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#60  Hollywood  a vida real?

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45:04 min | 1 year ago

#60 Hollywood a vida real?

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ARRL Audio News - April 9, 2021

ARRL Audio News

11:43 min | 4 months ago

ARRL Audio News - April 9, 2021

"This is a r l audio news. Your weekly summary of news highlights from the world of amateur radio if you retransmit all news through a repeater. Listen for the morse code. K character followed by four seconds of silence. That you're you to stop transmitting so that your repeater timer can reset. Hello and welcome. I'm rick lindquist. Wwf emmy and this is our audio news for friday. April ninth. Twenty twenty one a two hour emergency. Communications exercise on march nineteenth and florida was deemed wildly successful sponsored by the florida. Baptist disaster relief a non governmental or ngo served organization the horrible wind boom exercise as it was called simulated a combined disaster of multiple tornadoes. Crossing north central florida closely followed by a terrorist attack on telecommunications taking down large chunks of internet and telephone service pop up situations called injects by event planners simulated multiple dire situations and hinted at even larger attacks designed to create rumor issues multiple counties arranged for volunteers to help with the simulation working in shelters and transmitting status reports of individualized disaster scenarios to county emergency operations centers. Volunteers directed by actual or simulated. Eeoc officials aggregated situational awareness reports and formulated status and resource request messages sent by voice or digital mode to a volunteer from the actual florida agency. That handles disaster. Communications appropriate responses were sent back by radio. All told four hundred thirty one messages zip through the airwaves. Within the two hour simulation including fifty three to the state and thirty one replies messages were passed using digital email or radio graham a sixty meter. Interoperability channel was made available. Exercise planning was carried out as much as possible in accordance with d. h. s. land security exercise evaluation program protocols. Here's the march. Report of the volunteer monitor program a joint initiative between eight of laurel and the fcc to enhance compliance in amateur radio service. The fcc delayed action on the renewal application of general class licensee in quakertown pennsylvania in order to review allegations of repeated transmission of obscenities and failure to identify properly the volunteer monitor coordinator issued fourteen advisory notices and advisory notices an attempt to resolve rule violation issues in formerly before. Fcc intervention and advisory notice was sent to the remote amateur station in california advising him that he is responsible for deliberate interference transmitted by any station over his remote facility and advisory notice was sent to a radio amateur in ripley tennessee regarding deliberate interference and failure to properly identify on seventy five meters and advisory notice was sent to a radio amateur in jefferson georgia regarding failure to properly identify on forty meters. Advisory notices were sent to radio amateurs in tiburon petaluma and mantica california and grants pass oregon concerning interference on seventy five meters. General advisories were sent to operators in west virginia michigan iowa north carolina pennsylvania texas and wisconsin concerning operation on seventy two hundred thirty nine twenty seven and thirty eight sixty a good operator. Commendation was sent to a husband and wife team and perry apple. Pennsylvania recognizing excellent net and two meteor operations volunteer monitor representatives had two meetings with fcc officials in march. This is a r l audio news. For friday april ninth twenty twenty one time now for the report field day is right around the corner. Brush up on the awol rules if you plan to operate on satellite for more than just your clubs bonus points. You're in luck amp set. Hold satellite field day at the same time but with a few differences and sat allows all satellite contacts. You want on linear satellites with as many different stations as you can hit in fact you work the same station on every linear satellite both. Cw and phone amstrad allows one contact period on any fm satellite so more a laurel field day participants can get their bonus contacts if you want more information browse amazon dot org and click on events and amd field on satellites the one true role for field day whether awol or murphy will visit and you want to be prepared. Check everything before field. They have spares have extra kovacs. Have extra mike's and the list goes on and on most of all enjoying yourself. This year amazon has made concessions for class. D at home stations. The weekly report comes to us. Courtesy of bruce page k. k. five. Do this is a our audio news. Heard in los angeles california sundays at seven fifteen pm on the one forty five four and four forty nine eight repeaters courtesy of the tri county amateur radio association. The military auxiliary radio system or mars is a us department of defense adjunct comprised of radio. Amateurs that's not always the first resource that comes to mind in an emergency even within the military and a recent article in the us marine corps. Major brand kurg exhorts the brass to more fully exploit amateur radio in general and mars in particular for use in times of distress in short. He'd like to see more ham. Radio in military training programs as future threats. Continue to evolve day-to-day communications architectures will become more unreliable. In times of crisis kerr concluded it is imperative that joint communications planners turn to amateurs in order to remain experts curb attempts to raise the amateur radio consciousness level of military planners he characterizes ham radio as a robust and readily available communications resource when things go south and every bit as expert as professional military communicators signalmen. The downside kirk said. Is that the use of mars remains largely unknown or niche capability. One that is usually stumbled upon by planners in a moment of crisis and then poorly implemented amateur radio on the international space station or aris in the us has earned recognition from the us internal revenue service as a section five. Oh one c. Three charitable scientific and educational organization aris. Usa is the us bend of the aris international working group. We're this. Irs determination aris usa may solicit donations and grants and donations to aris usa become tax deductible in the us retroactive to may twenty first twenty twenty the educational scope and reach of what ariza accomplishes has grown significantly since our beginnings in nineteen ninety-six said aris usa executive director. Frank bauer a three hd. Oh we are. Actively working to extend students reach even further aris. Usa says it will continue to promote student involvement with the astronauts on the iss via amateur radio working with education larger decisions. ariz- provides opportunities to inspire engage and the next generation of space explorers through science technology engineering arts and math activities. Donations to aris. Usa are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law visit www dot aris a. r. i s. dot org. This is a r l. Audio news heard in los angeles california mondays at seven thirty pm on the one forty five. Three eight repeater. And i are l. p. ninety three fifty courtesy of the western amateur linking association team iota of youngsters on the air in a are you region one has announced it will sponsor a new contest the iota contest open to all radio amateurs it takes place three times a year and runs for just twelve hours. Yoda said the aim is to boost on the air activity by younger radio. Amateurs anti support unit. The contest will take place in three different twelve hour windows on three saturdays. The opening event will be on may twenty second zero eight hundred two nine hundred and fifty nine. Ut see the other two. This year will take place on july seventeenth and december thirtieth iota has established eight operating categories which includes subcategories for operators age twenty five and younger but operators of all ages may participate covering eight hundred. Forty two thousand fifteen and ten meters the allowable modes will be see. Wins sb the contest. Exchange will be the age of the participating operator. Different ages serve as score multipliers during the contest. Stations may work the same station once per band mode. Contacts between stations on the same continente worth one point while working. Dx is worth three points. The most points though will be achieved by working the youngest operators the younger. The operator the more points one will get for the so iota said winners will be awarded the iota contest plaque visit ham hyphen iota dot com forward slash contest. And that's a our audio news. For april ninth. Twenty twenty one. I'm rick lindquist. wwf seventy-three and we'll see you next time. A our audio news is produced by the american radio. Relay league the national association for amateur radio for more information on amateur radio or the a r. l. Visit us on the web at a. r. l. dot. Org you can also find us on facebook and twitter by searching for a r l if you have a question or comment about a are l. audio news email us at audio news at eight. Rl dot org. This program is copyright a. r. l. all rights reserved seventy three and. Thanks for listening.

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Grant Black-Owned Businesses National Sovereignty - Marcia Belsky Tries Her Best

Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis

49:21 min | 1 year ago

Grant Black-Owned Businesses National Sovereignty - Marcia Belsky Tries Her Best

"Forever welcome to brain machine network DOT COM. Yeah I I don't know I just feel like I'm I'm on a on a journey during we're GONNA call it a journey. Ah That's why my love language. What's the word Shit To John. Yeah Oh man I love that. Yeah way something like what did I do. There have been moments or you. You didn't say anything like anything. That was like lovingly means to me and I was I I. I don't know it's it's very easy to think you're mad at me. That's just my. That's my way I know I know instill every time I know every time you really working on it. Yeah we're here. Well everybody we a minute we are emitted into a new week of of Dr Tank your weekly reminder that That white people are very thing there are thing everything. I'm sitting here with three very funny comedians. My good friends chalet. Sharp is the voice that was being lovingly disdainful to me. Just now everyone. I'm fine how are you. I'm very good all right. Okay enough out of they pay rent out doing this. We're here never doing. The other voice is a dose as slowing Ma. How you doing hello friends? Hello we are here. Yeah Yeah we're out here in these proverbial streets and our Jennifer. This episode is very funny. Marsha Belsky how you doing hello thank you for having me back for the live. Show not the studio on the live. Show yes So as far as anybody knows you never take the show first time time first time longtime listener first-time longtime listener first-time caller. How are are you doing? How have you been since the last time I saw you? What's going on in your life? Oh you know pretty good Just settling into getting dark at four thirty pm uh-huh and when you say dark okay okay. We got jokes Yeah and just getting used to the winter but everything good everything same. Yeah Yeah Yeah here. fun fact. Yeah absolutely yeah. I didn't realize that dark tank was a play on shark tank. He'll someone told me that. This is my third time on. You're on television. What did what did you think it was fun? Name didn't realize it was. Yeah you don't want maybe four. Maybe I need to tell people I don't I've had so many people like at the end of like after sitting here for an hour or even doing the live shows people like we'll walk up to me after the show is over and be like. Oh okay I got I got I got it for Noor makes way more sense. Yeah Eh very clear. I don't know we knew her. That word for the first time. ooh You don't use club actually matthew over that word that makes track. I don't think I even like like posted. The whole concept of the show he posted Bernard yes absolutely excellent weekend bully. Yeah jope where he would talk about. Eighty movies like taught us his bone structure. That's what I'm a saber. He's like a snap. My he is the guy he liked comes down. Sprays the snow on your face. And he's like you're never coming to our lock in or it was never going to date. You was that Disney channel movie. where it's like skiers versus snowboarders? What is that movie called? Ah Years versus snowboarding. He's a surfer in Hawaii and then he becomes a snowboarder. Johnny Johnny isn't it. Yeah Allworth way is that the native Hawaiian becomes a snowboard Vermont or something. Because why would you take us out of our natural habitat is is weird. It's weird 'cause he leaves. Hawaii goes to the ski town and one of the other. SNOWBOARDERS is the kid who plays Jesse Jackson. Yeah that I just found founded our border. Yeah the guy played the famous. Jett Jackson was either I think it was something Neha you don't want them. C. S. is and then he was. Yeah Yeah wasn't in it. Yeah it was just over sorry. I'm mentally check out anytime anyone says Disney. Because I am baby I am almost fifty one so no and I didn't grow up with cable so no no all the time. Yeah well I I definitely. It wasn't wasn't a thing when I would have grown up with cable and cared Way older than y'all so this all of this is all original. Programming wasn't until like the ninety S. Right yeah hit the nineties. Nineteen Ninety so I for sure checking Disney when it hit and the big hype was like in the two thousand original all the shows we. Yeah Yeah Nickelodeon. Because they were. I think it was because Nickelodeon Disney were competing driving each other. Yeah to do. Those shows were like Middle School Highest goal that would have been like late nineties. Early two grown ass. Yeah Yeah for sure. Yes I ex- RULLI I. I Still Watch Arthur Sh. Okay Yeah. That's a good show. Charlotte classiest slab clashes went onto those in the seventh grade. And how long has it visit visit him. I didn't again. I didn't watch it but I read the books I lives aren't Yeah No. It was based on the books. Yeah yeah so that's it. I didn't didn't I mean I definitely checked out because they really changed so he was drawn in the books and they look like an actual aardvark. Yeah to be honest with you. I wouldn't mind looking like a fun. Yeah you know what I mean. W She's like sometimes. You're rooting out things up. Sometimes that's a mother's love censoring her. I plants twelve thirty this morning at eleven a fight every what are we talking about. What are we yeah? We talked about how Arthur looks like John Legend in then we're moving on cusak about alive and everybody went What's I'm I'm fine with it? I mean rally the controversy. There is that three people who have been on the voice have been voted sexiest man alive. Talk About Losing I. There was some like clear connection that somebody was talking about. Adam Levine and Blake Shelton and now John. What's it has to be whoever runs? How Does Parral Feel How urshered surfing or how who cares how CEELO field and how Ryan feel not winning it considering he he looks exactly? Like Adam Levine. y'All Franck about that off Kobe. Bryant look exactly and when you see the when you see you. Can't UNSEE mental side Rice. That I'm telling you. Adam Levine Koby Bryant. Yeah same knows it's the not for me. Let's let's while I'm looking this up. I just think the notion that of all the people in the Dungeon family CEELO would win the gun in for it. The hardest edge memory serves me correct. Yeah it's going to be the one that would be mad if he didn't get. Yeah absolutely knew that Andre wasn't gonNA come on. We do not fighting for it. But he's GonNa get even even big GIPP in like A. Oh you know sending a nerd to the sweetheart's dance in court or whatever kind of jokey way even big gipp would get it before Let's see that would would wanna see low threatened people's careers to get it edgewood role. Yeah and he wants to be on it like wearing a white suit with white cat. Okay so here. Is Kobe Bryant. Next to Adam Levine. Someone else has already said. Yeah no I mean because that's because this has been the case forever. I'm certainly not I. I don't see it reason. There's a picture of Kevin Hart in this yeah. I don't understand why that is either but John I I will not be extorted Adam. Devine had his a house party show. I was talking about like my manager was talking about like pitching me for it and doing it but every time I talked to him about it I would always say a animal green Adam. Levine's dance party every single fucking in time and see that I'd want to see and then I'd WanNa see you on who Adam Devine I always. Let's get their names confused too. It's like hard to keep streets swore there were so many times where I'm like okay. I'm right and then it was absolutely is it. Not Adam. Devine's Dance Party is Science House. Okay well I mean if there's no dance and that's a Lousy House party so yeah that's true well actually say Levin instead of divine fine I mean anyone any of the first one divine family. I WanNa know what other What other white dudes look like lectures because I matthew bussard and I have talked about how we When my hair was still the same How we are the same person physically? I'll in the same shape. I okay maybe the same basic bill was Maroon what's his name and and Mambo Mambo they have the same like the nose like the facial. What did you just that was his nickname right? Mama Mama who's Kobe Kobe Threw himself so okay. Can I absolutely I noticed. Like I noticed commentators racist but I didn't know they'd gone that far. Oh no no no. That's not I'm not himself. Let me yeah what are what are what are you yeah. He's running around the European League. Like the I mean he lived in Italy for a long time so I I bet it's so it's it's like Oh man I think eventually it was cheaper to keep her. Yes she keep her. That's a good name for a reality Hey Hey because she waited. She did that that California thing where she waited until they've been married just long enough so that if they were to get divorced she can't get half she that's why all that. Yeah that's when all of the most recent stuff about him cheating on someone and she kicked him out and all that stuff and at first I think he was going long divorce her but then when they looked at the numbers he was like. Please baby baby please baby. And now they're now they are. They worth our. Yeah my and my mom that was like like two thousand eleven twelve girl in Denver. No no no no. This was before no no. This wasn't this was like years after that someone who worked for him or something or someone who was was in the House who had turned out he had been cheating on her with a few people so he turned around and so yeah so she just kind of sat on that for a while. And then win that clot struck ten years was like Ooh I guess so. Yeah it was very oh are they divorced yeah. I didn't know that love and hip hop back. The campaign was I haven't where because since he played for the magic for so long They lived in Florida so residency. It was Florida right so divorce because the rules are different in Florida. So how old ten years. Well that's what Tom Cruise did for Nicole Kidman as well so they celebrated being together for like a ten year anniversary but then when he went and filed divorce he said they were only together for nine because because that wasn't on their actual date party and celebration was they actually weren't quite at ten years. Yeah I'm saying yeah fifty fifty scientologists island. Yeah so. That's what she did she set up residency in California The she bought a house And after a year then she divorced him oh nine but since her residency was out of California not out of Florida. Yeah it fell a lot of. It fell into California's divorce roles so she was able to get asked. Because if it was Florida no yeah bag doing divorces divorces like university is. They're they're like we'll have. Someone moved to New York for a year. So you can go to Suny for free exactly divorce. It might have worse is going to have to wish Enron board. I'm a divorce. Yeah that's nice. Oh this marriage in somebody's in the dirt here. I've been to too much legitimize. Leave me and still be alive fucked. They're playing this tape back in March all. It's always natural causes. Maybe it is figure it out. I think murders figuring out. I'm not saying saying is we found on paperwork. We figure this the fuck out into too much to get your monkey ass in here. I'm not doing this. You must really love this in that you have tricked into staying with. Nobody's GonNa love me the song as you can you. I can't say I am someone who has received alum that I became one divorce papers. I've never been married way. How does that how does that? I'm a Ding Dong. I rolled over. my Ex's job. Kept I kept joking with what I was gonna give him divorce papers. He's like give it to me just as a joke dating. And so I pulled up his job at a Manila envelope below it was. It was like bitch as I gave him divorce. It was in. That is hilarious. You could file for divorce. They don't they don't look at it like what. Do you can do anything if you put it in Manila. What we've learned Lou Back in Manila envelope? You just went online and found like a copy. Actually I found. TMZ released very early days of TMZ released a copy of like Britney Spears divorce papers so I was like okay before matting getting an average number judge Kevin Federal Line as long David Johnson. And I mean I had clauses and and stuff even though we're getting divorced is still time car repair you committed. I am. He's still has them well. He refused to sign him up at the lawyer. It was like I'll take the check. So when he was in two thousand seven and two thousand ten when he was in Afghanistan. I needed some money because I lost my job and the wire transferred the memo on it said separation funds so on going fit nine million him. Okay Yeah Okay Look. Some people love the comedy game more than I. That's why you're on the daily show. And that's why he's married to a woman built like a canned soup cream and it is. She ribbed her name. She came with a label jar. All right you open at the top Jaguar. Nice figure right. Yeah they go win on a Campbell long hourglass going more more more like a stew more like a hearty stew. I haven't help the lady but she looked. There's nothing wrong with being thirty right. I've been starting my whole life unknown with the in story. You know what a Canada Akano body goes very whoa with Dick. And that's exactly what he had bigger so I have nothing but support for you. Thanks for the we need. It was face broadcast like disorienting video. podcasting they do or it's just flashing face to face and those conversations. They've said something yes to them. They're not moving and they just shut up and it's just so quick oriented. Editing was wrong like after the the show the other react. Yeah Oh it's pretty prince junior talking in the background and some guy you have no idea who he is nodding and that guys on camera for. I do a Parker hybrids I duNNo. Does he things. Oh good for him. I don't know I I was talking to this clip going on about him talking about star wars and it was just funny talk. Yeah I'm pretty sure. Yeah it's take different. Oh Yeah on the Internet Twitter confuses will be doing all right. I guess we're solving racism and Marsha do you have a you have a plan I pitch. I'm ready it. Sure all right first of all an honor to be here. Thank you so much for having me and My pitch. Yeah so at the live show. I I pitched Some sort of machine that would trap white people in place when we get too excited until somebody yes you were. Yeah somebody somebody can. Unearth like sort of someone. Technician of color has to come and acknowledged figure out the situation while we gotta figure it out like a paid positions. Yeah Yeah Yeah. So when they think of thing they they're frozen so I mean if you don't want to you can just keep them frozen right. Oh Yeah Whether it's sort of annoying excitement we can sort of nip those things in the bud so my pitch today to solve. Racism is a short version to make black owned businesses into sovereign nations so basically so so black owned businesses. Like you know. They'd have amnesty like you wouldn't have to pay taxes if you belong to one of these nations and you have a seat in the US like that would be. I think I think it'd be cool. Is it better than Being classified as a church we don't put taxes so it's like you have your own passport. Basically it's it's it's the way that's like how they act as though they treat indigenous communities in America where they have if you're on indigenous land you are self governing can you follow your own laws. They have their own. Yeah but then also thinking in terms of like so that the justice system couldn't have like power the same individual power it would basically be like you have sanctuary in a black owned business and only under an extradition treaty which you have to face the courts talent me some shit popped off. I could just run into Hattie made chicken and just beginning chicken spot. Yeah if it was registered as a nation state and you were a citizen. I was imagining. You have to see how it sort of plays out once we actually get this system on the ground but it could either be like. I imagine it's sort of like a nation of islands where it's like each has its own governing body but it's also one one okay. One sort of larger nation state like Micronesia. Right exactly. Yeah so but then it would be like you could have like a passport a sport and like so. You'd have dual citizenship. Basically so you wouldn't have to travel within American pass where you could travel with the passport of your like nation state. Okay you wanted wanted to opt so you could sort of opt in and out at leisure. Okay Oh yes so I think you know basically could work downcycle no paperwork. Yeah definitely a lot of paperwork. Downside law paperwork I do see there being an issue where white people pay right blackwell the front that they own the business right and so you know I don't really you know what the investigation process of because you don't WanNa harass real black business owners so that's a pickle Michael so that is definitely a capitalistic approach. But in a way that focuses on small businesses you know so and I I think it would. So it's like they'd also kind of duty-free like shop so you would be like even non-citizens of these nation states would wanna go there to shop because it would be. We like a duty like when you shop on an Indian reservation. You don't have to pay taxes. I used to buy cigarettes in Oklahoma two dollars a pack. 'cause on native land and so two. Yeah they check back taxes back to Philip Morris and sort of paying. Oh that's great. I feel like they should do that. Everywhere yeah you wouldn't be paying fifteen dollars. Property do here in the city makes good money. Yeah it's conjure up. Yeah I did make me quit. Smoking and Yeah I I was smoking a lot and then. I'm sorry that you guys have that problem. I don't smoke either. I'm just aware of no. You know you know until Julie start taxing cookies like that. I really have no problem and now that you said that they literally came to tax you on the record. Oh they don't want US detects cookies on the agenda. Yeah see the nation state. You're apart of could fight against decisions like that. They'd have lobbying power to it. Wouldn't be like you know what I mean. Would they spent their own money. That's always thinking. I was thinking it could be in some ways. Like paid by like impose reparations perations or it would be like the nations. I don't know how they actually did it with indigenous land. Because I don't think they did it well and I don't think those lands are treated well and they're constantly taking them no way no. I'm like my one earns. It does feel like a quick way to get a pipeline through Tulsa. Just right yeah yeah oil pipeline. Yeah that's true. Yeah Yeah Yeah easily exploited uh it was like in a perfect world. It's a great idea right but what are we now in a perfect world richer. Also I don't think the United States would allow nations with in it. Will they do Auburn Indian or native Americans those are like treaties technically. They still use our money. Yeah so I'm thinking a similar type of train they still have. US citizenship sure. Excellent so it everybody who is like a part of these different nation states so if we did it so I don't know if reservation will work art becau- well you just have to be run reservation like a real like a president. You have to look a government. Yeah the LEXA money and everyone needs and I don't. I want to have chicken for an election. Debate will be like. Yeah and you don't want it to be like the owners are the kings kings and Queens. So what would happen. Yeah so definitely some kinks to work. How tiny just a few view tiny exploitative risks Heine Kingdoms? Yeah and we might see a lot of American funded coups at barbershops. That'll be thank hanging out and quite a lot of barber shops. But they're already they're probably buying the place. You probably have a presence there Bryan race face giving nice if somebody was like being like persecuted or like in the court system or something that they could just like run to a business and then like declare amnesty. You know what I mean within America. Because it's like you can't always get flown out to Europe's like escape crime especially if you're like falsely accused like right you know Roman Polanski. Okay right and most people are not here which most people do not have freedland do is go to train US cakes and stay there for as for the rest of your life hangs in the terminal movies about tournus. Cakes Scott's a totally that sounds like a music video porno Ashley. I'm not allowed to go back to his home country but he's not allowed to go back to the country he came from so he's like stuck in the airport. Yeah based on a true story. MOVEYSA visit the Toronto. Oh yeah okay. So he's like trapped in the airport because he like isn't allowed to go anywhere cause something something I don't remember he can't leave worry Roy Because it doesn't have something happened it was like I can't remember I don't know maybe a political thing. I'm not sure sure. Yeah because honestly I'm just gonNA leave the airport. where he we like? Hey here's his Marriott. He can't even go to the hotel or the airport. Mary has to stay in the airport. Damn what alive alive because it's like International. Airports are weird because like sometimes when you're going into an airport is like oh now you're on American soil and I'm like I'm definitely in Cancun. The terminal six all of a sudden America's Arkansas is you can be in Guam and it's like American soil I feel like that's how they want the territory so that's it is yeah. I wonder if they treat the airports like that though where they're like. This is ours year in customs or whatever and when you're gone I know when you're going through Canada's like that but I think thank you literally walk into the United States if you're in Montreal you're still an American police like stop you at the border then Canadian. Please stop you on the way in I. I think I've never driven into candidate only form. 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I came onto onto agenda for now I'm taking it in profiting off of what else you got. I mean now mostly my idea it was just the nation states. I should have prepared more because I was trying to think through the flaws and stuff and also what it would offer offer and it was mostly just like yeah offer a place that had like legal safety status asylum. Well like you said it will be complicated with the elections and the self governing and kingdoms fiefdoms. Yeah there'd be fiefdoms but I I think it would be like a good lobbying power against the United added states if there was like an actual verified nation like diaspora nation in the. You know what I mean. I think it would be able to help show because America likes to act like the black people don't contribute to the economy in any form or fashion. Yeah although we're the only reason that airports all over the country run And and various other monies we spend it on things but I think if that was the case you could see like every if every black on business became a nation nations in every GDP would be it'd be gop. Yeah so it just be like okay. So we're part of this nation but now you know we all live at a footlocker. Would it be territories were then like certain neighborhoods in the vicinity. Could be a part of the nation. Stay Magic Johnson Theater. Yeah so I don't know this same mall. It shouldn't be right after cab mall and Greenberg reports the studios in and that's a big big space. He's like opening up now. This whole new. Yeah we were talking about it at work. And then he's opened up. The studio in Ireland went. This is also his third studio. Yeah yeah but I think what because he bought Fort McPherson. Is it out for me. If you're on Fort McPherson. Is that where it was okay. I thought it was evanger. Holyfield's Ole spot I think that was well. The second one he had south of the the what you know build own damn damn near county or how does house on it and I thought that He. That's where thoroughly Perry set up shop. I see. I drove by like what I thought was as well. He's like a little house well. He had a smallest the Eto the other studio. That was the one where they film the family that they give. Praise Lake seen that they have where it's Alfie woodard and Kathy Bates that on the land of love like right behind you the studio there and I think that was over by like Greenbrier area. Yeah yeah he has so. There's that but I think that was the second second one. Perhaps 'cause this is the biggest one he's done unless is close to the city like Fort McPherson close. Yeah because he bought Fort McPherson. 'cause Fort McPherson I stopped being a working Fourth Twenty eleven right and then it was. You know we're trying to do like a mixed use thing right and it's just it's just fucking because like an organization that I was in. We would have a scholarship luncheon. Athletic Club at Fort McPherson 'cause they just had like a the. The golf course was the only thing I think is still open right. So the golf club. There we would have events for the scholarship. Wanted was so his properties. It'd be like the Honolulu of nations. The rest would be all of the things that come out of. Excellence Street. Tires things about You know cakes cheesecakes going to have a huge lobbying power gotta watch out for this. Is it uh-huh that's I'm naming legit places that will become. Where would the military power of come from? I guess the military that's not gonNA work. You don't need a little tougher. Whatever title literally literally Jeez? Yeah what's walking doing. Probably could lead up a few things. He's the gallery shot to tighten up. I'm thirty I'm like I can't do this forever. Sleep at the airport. I was trying trying to say was that we were just surrounded by like children so like the first kid ran into him was like no it was like he was in the airport a couple years ago it was like this twelve year old. Why do comes up to him and then I guess I guess? I'm not a kid whistle. I don't know how they work. But all of the League it was not a single adult talking to him. They're sixteen twelve and he's just around just even just trying to get to the gate just like Tom meet him later on about my life and then I saw him. That's all I'm again in. LA At a rose battle uh-huh 'cause I guess he'd like come into a judge or something. You know boo chocolate was always up there. So boom was doing The Tina Turner routine and my favorite thing was watching walker flock the bone because heels mirrors on the other side of the room. Some standing next to Clayton so because once the skirt comes off so the scarf and you just. I'm telling you I was look I could not breathe. I was laughing so hard at watching Wocka flanker wide I e Tina Turner is the funniest thing we do. You have positive things to say Hian say anyway. But what is what it is is like your. Who's chalet was saying? Nothing's actually probably worse. It was looking at his face. Gave me very monkey monkey with a math book. where it's like? I've got a fierce out but I don't know what I'm doing and I don't even know what this is because I'm Washington we. He's just like he's shaking his head and he would go they give you just watch them. Calculus is what I did like. It was just. He's trying and again trying to launch the space shuttle and somebody gave him Dixie cups and string and he's like 'cause I was like it's just a it was a lot of things while he was like. This is not okay. Okay okay okay. What's happening on a woman with what you're trying to comprehend drag drag? Which is monkey with? Mac Book is is it is it is quite a leap. You didn't see his face because win them because its onboard was trying to be like hey man comet over Komo cable. We didn't get it. We were like man. This is wild. So the homeboy trying to talk to him about how one of them can get it. Walker flock is not even look. I'm I'm like Bro. He's like he's going. Hey Man I just need a second. Like he's like the only other time I've ever seen that where there was a Jamaican restaurant in Miami that was owned by Chinese many Jamaicans and so every time people would come in and they would see Chinese Jamaicans for the first I had a couple of those in Atlanta. There's one on rock road. I remember when open and going in with my dad and I was like Oh my dad said no that happens. That's like you'll never say. Yeah yea from Saint Kitts Man. If you say Alex Analogy to Jamaica Doozer you sit by the door it because there are so I mean the line was out the door anytime anybody new came in. They'd be like a watch. 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Oh Yeah you'll be the Steve Mnuchin of molding they go. Oh yeah need money. Money has absolutely I mean. Our money has no value anyway. Because when I'm on the gold standard anyway but they didn't make it equal to the Euro I think like once we like implemented 'cause the euro's twice the dollar but I do think there's enough gold in our community to really back this money up Yeah it's all disclose it to the IRS. Anymore I'll just find him anymore. aww That's adorable man. I mean as long as we could just get Paul on our ranks. I think we got enough goal. It's just the baby. Yeah Powell on the baby. You know what I was looking to the end of the day there are the concern is so I mean it's I guess it's a good jump off point but it definitely just the paperwork alone right. It's alive yeah I mean if we can just a human element out of it thought it could. It could end up backfiring the big way. Yeah there's going to be let instead of trying to make your own nation here. Go back Africa. 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Episode 251: Get Stuff Done (Guests - Stephen Servis and Sons: Steve & Nick)

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Episode 251: Get Stuff Done (Guests - Stephen Servis and Sons: Steve & Nick)

"Welcome to episode number two fifty one get stuff done. This is the rotated views. Podcast with jimmy. Leeann the crew giving you life from various perspectives. Welcome to our level. We hope you enjoy the views brought to you by the blessed lifestyle brand visit de l. Three s s dot com to get blessed also sponsored by the motivation fouls unleashed this motivational. Mixed your fuel for success available on all platforms all right. You were now tuned into the routine. Infused podcast i am your host evil. I'm here with gay goose. Heck steven steven nick. Half's tonight boys holy smokes get stuff. Done this episode. We have special guest. Stephen service including his twin son steven nick. We discuss fitness family motivation. Reality tv shows and the real estate industry rap episode up with quotes from david. Mez appel and alexander chase guys if you're new thanks for listening. Don't forget to download and subscribe. Drop a new episode. Every tuesday morning for your listening pleasure kicking things off gentlemen. Thanks for joining us. We appreciate it. Thank you pulled up into. Stephen service truck and go. I knew how to bring it All right so we had the twins featured on episode two forty five so if you guys can briefly explain who you are what you do and then we'll go to your pops so we are two identical twin twins stephen nick and we own and run our own private chef. Fine dining service called service events and if you guys want to get more familiar with what they do Check out episode two forty five and sir man of the hour. Let us know who you are. And what you do my name steven service. And i am a real estate agent worth home star realty bit invested in real estate for probably about twenty years with a contractor years ago. Have my own businesses. I've been eighteen so again just making it happen. So that's what. I've always alot said to do so so we had the boys on and they mentioned you multiple times. Obviously you have a positive influence on their lives so we call the get stuff done you know what it stands for and it was and so like the tattoos that literally say get stuff done on it anyway. How did that come about and talk a little bit about that It came from my dad. Always say to me. My dad didn't finish high school iron worker and started his own business. Couldn't read or write but start his own business and that's exactly what he said. No one is going to give it to you. No one's going to hand it to you. You need to make that happen. And that's really what i've always told these guys. No one's giving it to you man. You gotta get up every day and do it yourself. Yeah empoisoned like you guys mentioned a little bit. When on your episode to forty five talk about little bit about your dad's mindset and how it translated to you all So i guess growing up. We watched him like he said you know owned businesses since he was eighteen we constantly watched him do anything he put his mind to and not only do succeed anything he put his mind to it and you know he always told us go. You can do anything you want. Don't ever let somebody tell you you can't It's just a matter of you athlete. Going out and you'll making it happen and you know from that as we all got older you kind of really truly embrace that whole that whole meaning of it and it's really worked for our whole family. Nice yeah yeah it's truly is a mindset and you know not anybody total mindset you get up you and get it you got to put it out there. Yeah you've got you know we've seen certain things not work amazing. You know what. I mean no matter what you know. You're going to still wake up every day and you're still going to kind of do it and still push forward and still keep keep moving forward the i. I don't know what i'm going to butcher the statistic but it was saying something along. The lines of the average millionaire ran through thirteen plus businesses before they found the one. I've got my dukes onsite too. She's here my first business was a limousine business. Years old everything from deli to business and what our business my company i trust and she stuck with me through it all i you know. I couldn't have done without her because she had the secure job. Yeah i did good. And then i failed at certain things but i always knew i had to keep going somewhere so all right so so explain to us how the real estate came into play so you tried a bunch of things whether they worked out or not. You got a lot of obviously learning experience from them. What made you jump into real estate. I go back to my dad. My dad owned three row homes. Children were duplexes and he always told me you buy stuff that someone else is going to pay you for. Now when you're not doing anything passive income. Yeah and that's what am i said didn't finish high school but i learned from him when i was twenty one. I wanted to get my real estate license. I honestly didn't believe in myself that i could do it at the time you know i. It's always forty. And i got my license when i was forty. Two thousand seven is when i got it. But i was a contractor for years i invested in some real estate and i finally got my license and haven't looked back and now wherever i could find so would things are going great so explain what you currently do. Is it just real estate. Investing do you flip homes. You don't me. So i'm a real estate agent twenty four seven but that's a a career will make you money. You can make money at a career. Yes that's not gonna make you. Wealthy grab become rich. You could make a couple of hundred grand a year but not gonna make you wealthy to retire and it'd be done so we invested in small homes in the city of philadelphia years ago when northern liberties was coming around. I didn't go to northern liberties because that was two to three four hundred grand area. I couldn't afford that i go. I went to richmond. I grew up in. That area grew up in frankfurt. I knew it played soccer there and said this is where it's going to be so we bought few homes for five homes forty fifty sixty grand held him for five six years rented them out fix them up a little bit and then sold them and i turned all those homes you ten thirty one exchange them and two now seven units for buildings in quakertown to to mountain houses lake harmony on lake a house they live in doylestown. And just keep yeah. He's also being very modest when he says fix them up a little bit early. You guys give us a little show for your dad like complete complete complete and redo by himself everything. Don't not know middle oldest by running out. Just paint the walls. Everything is different side. The you bought it bought it in three years later rented out. It took me a little bit of time. I'm kind of control freak. So things done my way that. When i walked down there and so does it. I'm like here. i'm doing it again. Yes right so yeah. I live learn do stuff now. I have some people that are doing some of my stuff. But i still. I'm still cleaning toilets on my hands and knees at lake harmony a few times a week in between doing deals as i'm driving so this is so first of all armies awesome so we haven't had how did you get there. I mean locally. A lot of us go go up to mount. That's kind of where you go to. Was it just some of your visiting. And then i was doing some research. I've always wanted to get a place like that and it goes back to your parents though. Yeah like like we would drive by there. And i've just from i remember one time i dad just passed. We took my mom out for like sunday afternoon. A boys were little. My youngest wasn't even born yet and we drove through lake harmony. I remember driving down that road on late. Southie that own on now. And like i want. This is what i want. I want something like this. fast. Forward. one two years we go up the mountains just to get away because they're working or chefs. They're constantly busy. We run into a house rented a house on south lake. Drive right across the street from the league. What was i doing. I was looking up. Never said i happen to see a house down the street. Arizona banks hands. It took me a year and a half to get it. I must got divorced over it. It was something that we didn't have the money for. I had to figure out how to do it. And i did and she was like you were down to our last penny they have. Nothing can't do this. And i couldn't stop thinking about it and i couldn't and i held it and i said i'm sorry but we are going to do it and you may have. We did and i just purchase a third one. I closed on july ninth. So i got to and after the first one and she the money we were making. I've not had a problem. Yeah all right. So we'll go back to the business and the things. But i really like on your account instagram account. You have husband dad fitness enthusiasts and realtor. I love that. And i love that order. So can you speak a little bit about being husband being a dad into the health. And then obviously i love how realtor was last and that we can even speak a little bit on speaking for him but growing up. We didn't realize it until we kind of were older but they kind of always which is some people might think is maybe wrong but they always put themselves. I which you say like husband dad. You know what i mean like. It was always a husband. I if mom and dad aren't happy kids are happy. We didn't understand that until we got older. We were probably like you know. Hated some of the things we had to do. Having to come home to babysit they could go out to like. We understand now that you know. That's what kind of made our family kind of function. And that's what made us all happy. Because they made themselves kind of go. I mean so for sure. We saw too many neighbors too many family members to many people. They worry about their kids. Most our life ten fifteen years later. Mom and dad don't even know each other they. Don't you know what i mean. So where's that good now. You're getting divorced now. You gotta split up that money. Now they're going to be in a different house or let's say don't get divorced. They're still dealing with that kids. He came today. I always said we always said mom. And dad i if we love each other you're going to get the love that we have trickled you that love trickles to my kids and then from there. It's about looking good. It's about film. Good really the last thing is your job because if none of that none of that is right. Yeah i can't do my job. Like i remember like paranoia would have an issue during the day you get up in the morning and you're not getting along. I'm sitting like trying to figure out how to work. And i can't do it. I'm like i got. I got a talker. I gotta work. you're not right. Yeah if you had that with your kids you still. You're not right. So gotta be the husband i dead. Then take care of yourself take care yourself your mind you and then your job and your job will you will benefit from all that. Because that's really what should be first job kind of just falls into place after all those things. You know what i mean for sure so we have a lot of listeners who are wanting to start a business or just coming out of school and getting her career started and one of the things i really like that we always touch upon is the go-getter stuff the mentality. You know get stuff done literally. But i feel like a lot of times. We put our own health on the back burner. So what can you just talk a little bit about how fitness and health has helped you for your successful businesses. Yeah i get up in the morning workout. I try to eat good. You know that's gonna make you feel better. I think it keeps you your mind clear. If i don't get to work out maybe because i have an appointment or something in the morning i make sure i make time for it later. I know a lot of people are like. I don't have time i'm busy. You're just you don't make the time can make the time. How much time do you spend. Scroll on your phone how much you spend how much. How do you spend complaining if you don't do that is so true. I mean you mean to tell me you didn't watch a little bit of tv today. Worked out you guess. What do some push ups do. Some cells feel good about yourself going to mirror. Feel like you're you know and again however people wanna feel about themselves that that has to be their own mindset. But i still think you need to take care of yourself if you want to have that kind of fun down the line if you are wealthy enough to maybe retire earlier or or be able to take the weekends and go canoeing or hike or my kids are twenty seven. I'm fifty two. I still do that with them. So you know i. My dad wasn't like that you know at my age. So yeah even even with that even with trying to own or start a business with that. If you don't have those fundamentals of exercise your your body's flowing properly your blood's volume properly you know staying hydrated eating the right food. How tough song asked him. How food is medicine like you. Only if you don't have all these good things coming in how helping new put good al into your business. You also was out that you're missing one of the key fundamentals of i feel like you can try and you'll maybe you'll get started. You know what. I'm saying you can get it going. But it's not gonna last. It's not going to be sustainable. Yeah you you are your business. So i mean you you are your business. People are talking about the visit talking about everything out there but we you gotta do it. I gotta get up every day. I gotta talk to people. I work dude. I'm trying to talk to people ten o'clock at night because they want to jump off a bridge because we're dealing get accepted like we're always trying to tell them like that like and we're you know we're just twenty seven and we are pretty good with it like eight thirty. Don't answer your calls dad. You need to start doing this. Works over. yeah they'll works over but he also reason why he is. You know where the kids still learn. That's awesome still learning. So my wife and i were trying to get Well we are getting our our property repaved so sidewalk and driveway. Trying to get that. And it's funny. You say that. Because i mean in doing that process everyone knows you gotta get multiple estimates just to make sure you're not kind of like messing yourself so a couple of guys came out one guy came. I'm not exaggerating six thirty in the morning. I'm like all right bud. I'll i'm actually heading out to work when i travel so anyway. So he comes out. He looked like he never went to bed. Truck take measure roles right out of the truck with him fumbled around. He didn't have his like measuring cement is like based off of how square footage he cubic yard was a mess. And i'm like if this guy can take care of himself he's definitely not gonna hook us up no way and then you had the guy who was prepared. I mean i'm not saying everyone has come back slipped haired groom but it was like the guy a polo tucked. And he's ready to rock and roll with that business and he gave me a fair. That makes you feel comfortable confident. What he's gonna do what's going to happen. You're going to go out there and cements going to be too watery and two days later. It's still gonna look like soup comes down to. I saw that guy at the trump does that. I have no idea even like even if that guy who came up with a nice suit on came presented even if his estimate was maybe a little bit higher maybe so went with him. You know what i'm saying. All other things exactly. Yeah exactly. I mean yeah. It's actually what happened. And they tell you don't go. The two lowest got an irate and a modal and that was that guy showed up at a decent time. Hell says six thirty in the morning. I cement estimate basically. He's trying to get you out of the way she told me without telling me i got a job down in doylestown. And you're over here. I'll come early. Start my day doing me a favor. Yeah yeah we all know thousands of dollars not like a hundred dollar deal. That's not yeah. So presentation is is a huge. Listen and i'm also talking about you have to be suited and booted shirt. It's not that it's presentable yet. Professional professional yes six hundred rewards app professional. I don't care who you are like. I said i drove early. Bird and didn't really technically bother me. Yeah but still. My wife wanted to be part of the process and she couldn't. She's like getting the baby ready like who does that. It's actually like maybe maybe maybe they'll come start a job okay already. Yes so so i mean. Was there any anything that you did along the way that you learned from yourself on how you present yourself in getting business or for for for years. I didn't have these. They only came here. And i made sure you know when i was a contractor if i went out i always had a shirt down here and talk about tattoos on sleeve. Sleeved up to so yeah. I wanted to make sure. I was presentable and people again. We're going back twenty some years so not the same way as it is today. I still looked at today. I just got looked out over the weekend. Tell them in order. Gentlemen the people you told the house and you momentum later in the bar and they're like yeah. I i took people out in doylestown again. Everyone knows that all sounds pretty nice areas. Yeah go out. I'm showing people from new york a home. It was a teacher we come down. It's a mom dad to daughter and son-in-law and we go out and we look at the houses tell them where they could go for launch. My buddy owns a bar in doylestown. Went by said go in there. They went in area called and said. Hey you're people are here. I'm so. I called good one home picked up. My wife got changed. Went back to bar whenever to say hi. They looked at me and they stared at me and they looked up and down. Didn't even know who i was. Only then i'd never heard from him again and again. You know we're talking probably about eight years ago but you know things happen like that. So yeah presentable now. I'm confident enough. In what i do. Yeah of course. But there's times where i still wear long-sleeve shirt. So they went. I sell their house and they love me then they see. You're like holy smokes. What the hell mean but yeah. I always presentable always professional. You gotta be like that. You can't i think also you gotta be aware that'd be aware of your customer meeting. That's your thing all of us here too. You're you just have to be aware of might not be there. You have to know who you're dealing with again. The people were dealing with that. When i came back after i sold their house. It was almost a million dollar home and it was an older couple. Yes i made sure. I had a long sleeves on sold their house for cash. In like an hour two days later i rolled up at a t shirt. What am i going to say to me. Now absolute- i mean. You could do that though. Yeah did i do it right the first time absolutely of course you know you do what you gotta do and i tell them all the time. I i preached it and you know i. I'm kind of good with most of this stuff that they have going on our bodies but you know they got to look presentable to and you have another chefs. They're businessmen as well and then gotta be presentable. Don't throw in someone's house with like sturdy claims on on your act so and that's a whole other thing too it's regardless of the tattoos regardless of anything else. It's how you again go presenting yourself present yourself like a professional. We're going to overlook all that you're going to treat them like a king and a queen win yes always always all that other stuff is just win them. Yeah just just make sure you have an opportunity. You guys yet piercings clean. White gotten am surprised. Sure sure yeah. They need to do so. We talk a lot about personal growth and growing ourselves or mindset. Is there anything that you do. Whether it's like watching videos youtube video seminars read books. Is there anything in that realm that you kind of just keep yourself. i like. I like watching a lot of these. Grant cardoen's one of them puts a lot of stuff out there in real estate just little little mindset things that i like to hear ten ex roommate's bed but there is you know i'd like listen in some podcasts of guys at like one of my things is right now and my wife and i talk about it. I'm kinda not that. I'm outgrowing in area but we live in an area that's expensive and you can't always buy in an expensive area. You gotta find out where that next places and so. I'm actually listening right now. To a guy who's a podcast where he all his stuff and all his real estate investments are way from where he's at and what it takes to build the team to be able to do that in another state and you need to start from maybe a realtor in that state to give you all the people and you build your team then you start looking for the homes there so that you do know what you're doing at that point so stuff like that and trying to grow my business chill at different levels well and i think it might be maybe stepping out of that area. We've talked about maybe florida or another area like that. So that's that's i. Try to do things like that to try and up my game for myself down the line plus typical continuing education. You know with real estate. Of course you know things like that. Just you're always learning and wanted to great things. In real estate as a roller every day is different. I there's times something will come up off. call my broker. I'm like yo jar blah blah blah. What's going on with this out. I've never had it in thirty years out. Great things happening. You know crap happens to figure it out so yeah i just try to keep some things go in that way and grow my business figure out how to expand so do you have a strategy when you guys invest in something. Is there something you're looking for. I know right now. You're saying you're approaches. Maybe you've outgrown probably the area that you're currently at but is there like a no. No one you're investing. Is there like. Oh yeah the sweet deal like okay. Maybe like like what was so appealing about buying in lake harmony. Like why was that like. Oh this is the green light. I thought years ago. We've been up in like harmony for six years. I i'm not a visionary because vacation homes have been going on for a long time but when we bought up there are we bought our first home for a buck eighty. I mean right across the street from the lake at home now is a half a million dollars in homes in front of me are a million two million eight so i always thought and that's why i said to my wife like it's a resort town. You are only an hour and a half from new york. You're an hour and a half from the city. It's a resort town. There's six bars. There's a beach between big border and jack right in between them too. So i'm busy. My places run it all year long. When when i hear some of the numbers at these people are making a florida. I'm like you except that like like three or four times as for our mortgage. Yeah i'm like i you know so. It's just such a great area. Yes so that's why we just. We just bought another one so and we. I didn't wanna keep everything in just like single family rental so we just purchased and and quakertown it's four buildings and at seven units for three garages and it was you know. It's like a complex with a parking lot. Nice so something like that. Like i use like a one percent rule. Give you an example houses. Two hundred thousand dollars again get grand for it per month. It is got it. I'm buying thing that you're making money because put twenty percent down you're making money or your twenty percent guy that that house doesn't go anywhere and it's going up can appreciate like there's just so many things you could do so you know if there is a triplex out there duplex in its four hundred thousand dollars but both sides are only bringing you in twenty five hundred. Run where yeah. And it's a very easy. And i learned that. Just from like a grant cardoni like people on like tick-tock and icon a new all that but like they talk about it all the time. That is like your quick deal. If i look at it can beat this number yet. Then it's going nice and at one of the things that they all talk about. Is your burr method. You buy your renovate remodel. You rent your refinancing repeated again. And that's what you do. And that's what i did in philadelphia and that's what got me to where we are right now with the new places because you take them you repeat them you take that money that profit at ten thirty one and you turn into a new property. That's bigger so. I was taken sixty thousand dollars. Properties i turn and did everything and run it for five years and i turned that i got profit out of that. And turn it into a three hundred. Seventy five thousand dollar lake cass. That's now making me six grand a month. That was getting six hundred a month from the property in the city now filled in you know so. It's so important to have those methods because currently obviously we're in hot market. You have what they call thommo which is fear of missing out and people get excited. Because they don't want to miss the action and they invest and a bad properly or just make those mistakes so the fact that. You guys invest based off certain roles or particulars. Yeah that's going to save you. Any new investors listening. That's going to see view and if it doesn't meet it as much as you're excited i get excited about donut. Don't do it. There's another one out there. trust me. yeah there's another one out there you just gotta keep grinding and looking for and always find a good road or help. You look for financial advisor. Guy dave ramsey. I'm not sure okay. Dave ramsey always says there's a house in every corner house you'll find you'll find it and even when people get upset when deal's not right now we've been in this market where i lose. I write ten deals in a night. And you know you don't get all of them. You know what i mean like. It's just the way it is. And i tell people we're not going to buy a crappy house you're gonna get your dream home. Yeah it just might be the next one. Just hang tight. We're going to get you there. It might be worthwhile. Talk about like Like why what's happening right now. Is sustainable flying over eating. I law does that. Could be complete. Disaster is actually it is. It is because these places aren't appraising. It's going to take them. I mean if you think about if if you're over for paying forty or fifty thousand dollars over for something how long before even out and and it does happen and one of my things and without getting into the whole kovic stuff and all that you know unfortunately when we weren't allowed to show more than two people in home at a time so as me and my two buyers no kids no mom no dad. No decision maker. No-one and not only that yet a half an hour. And you're done and that the next people came in so it created a frenzy of people standing in line waiting i i had i had listing that my my cellar cosby says. Hey my neighbor said. They're actually fighting outside the house before taking too long in the home then they walk out and they're yelling in each other because they just used up their time. It was not raise. So why was it again. It was because the real estate association put the rules in is to. Cdc that kovic stuff that we just couldn't have people in a house that's all you could have in here so you know years ago and even before that i could be fifty of us in a home look we all just walked past each other. Look at home run out and they run home and put the offer you know. I can't even get people in a home all weekend long. Come sunday it's gone. So steve you get me in there. What looked in. Yeah so it. it's just been. It's been tough busy but i rather have a different busy. Have you saying like these people who are buying like fifty thousand over like in seven years when they wanna maybe had have kids and they wanted to be upgrade or something like that now they have the equity in it because thousand over. Yeah we're where's it going to go. Yeah i mean and again. I don't have a crystal ball. None of us. Do we say where things might be. But they're going to go up. That much is going to go up as much as it's been going up. When's it going to slow down at all. It's going off backwards. But it's going to level has to level. It can't keep going yeah. My buddy had a house in In ivy lynn and he landed a gig and boston and when he goes so he a boston college actually so he was started. He started his job and while he was there his wife his wife daughter stolen i and he's over looking at oems and he said the first opening opening he walks up to said there's thirty people in line. He calls why we're not doing this. Goes back on the phone. he's like. Yeah there's thirty people standing out front as line and we're talking boston so it's not cheap at all. And so he's he's unfortunately he's going through the process. They realized that was just the market and if they wanted to move out there he already accepted the position. He had to do something like that. And i know i know for sure. He probably overpaid for the house that they got So to avoid that rent maybe for a year and make let it say so. I've actually talked to people and have sold their home so they could capitalize on this market. And they're going to rain and bank for the next year so wait till things go down there dir pulling out eighty one hundred one hundred fifty thousand dollars. And they're like so. We just downsized for a year. They rent for fifteen hundred bucks a month and they're they're good in that go back into the market when when they're ready but yeah man. If you know. If i i told my life i wanted to my doylestown house. She's like but then where do you go. Yeah right you know what i mean. You know you capitalize on that. But then it's harder to try and find something house as the relatively use that money towards your you don't pay taxes on your primary home like you don't pay capital gains taxes. So it's not like they have so like if i sold investment property and investment property and that's like what second or third property by made one hundred grand. I'm gonna get taxed on unless i ten thirty one exchange it when you when you have your primary home you don't get taxed tonight. It's it's five hundred thousand dollars for a couple of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars per single so you don't you know so you have to make over and above that for anything. So that's why and not most people they may take one hundred grand if they make hundred and put it towards their next time and then put some in the bank or whatever so you know that and again your tax i always say you consult with your tax guy for something like that but it's not the same as an investment property you don't pay capital gain on the are you ready do back in and you know what is wrong as you have the sell the house. You could put that anywhere you want because you you actually have true from your head sheet. You know that you sold the home. You've got to smell my. It's kind of when you just walk out with the bag. That's when they yelled buddy. Where'd to get it. So i know tv is known to kinda deceive us all right crumb wwf to flipping homes. And i want to talk to you about some of the shows. Everyone's industry. I believe gets touched on some house. Manner right from the cooking shows to the real estate shows. What's your take on some of them. Glorify flipping homes and make it. Seem like it's the easiest thing ever her some people show the real deal. It is a challenge. There's obstacles the flipping homes thing. I mean what what that's done is it's made the market harder now. Everyone thinks they could do it. Then you have like your everyday people like you were talking about buying bed investment. They look at you like. Oh this is great. We're going to be able to make this amount of money. But they don't realize three months later. Lumber goes up. Now you're twenty thirty percent in a whole that was your twenty thirty percent profit now. What are you doing the next thing you know. They can't finish a project and there it. Is you know what. I mean so a lot of people can do it but again. We've i'm not a flipper. I always did it for the wealth. Siree i i would rehab the home and then run it out and then refinance it and then hold it and sell it down the line so i wasn't always look if i'm not looking for a quick quick turnover like that so that was at my thing but again i did all the contracting so i will tell you. It's not easy. I definitely don't think those shows show you how to do that either. I took stephen. He said to me goes you know. Screw this shift stuff. I'm wanna do contract. Let's start flipping homes. Look i just tore out the bathroom in your home your house. Then i bought for him to the bathroom. Hey let's do a and cairns bathroom usa subway tile you how many times he cut one subway tile. I'm like dude. It only has four. Can't cut them off. he's like he's like i'm going to cook. You got to buy a box of tile. Because he so if someone wants to actually begin investing or maybe purchasing their first home. What are what's your advice. Someone who's experienced someone who you've probably seen multiple markets. I would assume right full market. So yeah so i mean what would what would you recommend. Maybe just a newly married couple or something like that. And just so they're not screwing them. So i tell you i have some people who are looking right now in the market and they have like again like fha financing money. Three point five percent down. It's not going to get anything right now. You know why you got ten people behind it. I had ten and twenty percent. Some have cash so it's a very difficult market. What would i say to someone like that. I would actually sit down with them. Kind of look at everything. See where where they're at and see if they can wait a year can. Can you hold out for another year. You know what your situation. You know. The markets i can already see. The market's a little bit different than it was six months ago. So can you hold out a little bit longer until we can really make a good move for you. Because i think right now if you make that move. I think you're going to be pushed in a way that you might not like what i mean because what's going to happen is i'm going to be coming back to you saying. Guess what we lost that deal. Why while they had cash and they're not doing inspections do that someone who really doesn't care their agents town on. This is the way to get it done. But i don't want you to do that so we're gonna do this. My one of my buyers young couple two kids just finally got on my house but i went through ten deals ten offers my eleventh one got accepted and you practically have to beg. You have to do know inspections but then you gotta go in and make sure everything looks good and there's a lot of work someone who's never bought a home wanna take those risks. I don't want them to take that risk. I'll never tell someone not to do inspections by guess what there's a lot of people who aren't doing inspections and right now the way to the house bought so why would say you know you gotta. Everyone has a different story. And of course but you know if you could wait a little bit you know. Let the market settle down. Let these nominees. You know getting overbidding on everyone. And then then let's get out and look for house what about you and your wife. Invested have investment property. So what about that. So obviously someone has their first home their living They're making a little extra coin or whatever they have the money or they're scared to make that next move knowing they probably should to properly invest their money. They want to stick it into real estate. So what's your suggested. Someone's kind of on the fence. I don't know what i should do. They build their confidence up. I or should they have so they consult with someone like you. I who has experience. Absolutely i really do think you should talk to someone who has some experience if you don't have any experience l. e. Sit down get some conversation. Find out some of the things they did. Just that you understand it. I will say i didn't do that. I understood what i was doing. I would have loved to have someone i could have. Bounced those ideas off on. But i didn't. I really didn't know anyone who is doing it. So i took a lot of chances as i said you know. She threw me out of the house of a couple of my chances. But i did. I took chances and they've paid off and and we've done really well with them. But i can then give you that experience. And that's why. I always say and i know a lot of relatives are gonna get mad at me out there for scientists but if your uncle brothers sisters boyfriend is a realtor six months ago and you have to use a more. Dad's gonna get mad at you and you need someone with experience stuff. That happens doesn't happen every day. And like i said my broker tells me after thirty around. I i never saw that before. You figure it out if you just started doing this you need somebody to walk you through this stuff so i when it comes to investing absolutely what's the look good what's to look for. Why are you investing your money every month. You one on the back end. Do you want to sell it and make a lot of money later. Are you looking for just a tax break are like what is it that you're actually looking for to invest your money. Love it so. I think it's more expensive anything show and everyone's situation's different different exactly. Yeah some people by investment properties. I always say in doylestown two million dollars for property and it makes four thousand dollars a month who you're paying all that extra money like our team is a business. He has all the properties. He needs a tax write off and he's looking at it for twenty five years down the line for his grandkids. So we're so. That's that's his story or my story wasn't like that i had nothing changed to go to work so i always like. I need money every day coming in you. Do it for yourself. How it's gonna work for you and your family a low of so before we wrap up the episodes title. Get stuff done just one last time. He just talked about regards. Whether it's real estate fitness being the best husband being the best talk about that mentality. One last time for that person's probably laying in bed or maybe not feeling so good about themselves because their situation stinks and they need that one last little push and stopping all this. When in two thousand and eight one. The economy got bad. I started my real estate career in two thousand and seven. Two thousand eight took a dump. I know money. She's like you need a job. As like what i like to do. I like clothes. And i could sell so i went to nordstrom and i was forty two years old and i walked on that floor and i know money as a sales person you get paid for what yourself and within six months i was assistant manager within ten months i was a manager in cherry hill and i opened up one of the rack stores in willow grove and that was all in a year and a half and then i left them. I went back in a real estate. 'cause i'll tell you something. I saw on tv. Warren buffett bought out fifty percent of berkshire hathaway in two thousand and ten. And you know what i said real estate's turning and i put my notice it and i told amy i'm leaving february and i'm never going back to retail again and i started in real estate and i've never looked back so i just took a chance. I said i'm not going to do this anymore. And this is what i want to do. And i'm going back in a real estate and you gotta take the shot. You don't make any goals that you don't take the shots. You know what i mean. So i thought we we've been learning a lot about going with that That the more risk you constantly take the more rewards you're gonna get so you know if you're i'm sure you know opening the barbershop. Wipe you know if you're planning bed feeling bad for yourself. What's happening what you need to take that risk and if you don't get never going to get that reward you're not wanna know if you want to get that reward you know and if you you get a word you'll make another one then because that keep you going and that's how you don't sink back into that funk i think that's the only the whole mentality of your make it happen more and more you know even when does it does get scary because it's going to. We've all been afraid of taking chances. I said i honestly coat. When cova was came around we just bought that that big unit in quakertown and it was like seven hundred and eighty five grand well and it was in the middle of covert in april and. We didn't even know if the people were paying the rent. We had no idea like some taking on a six thousand dollar a month mortgage for seven units. I don't even know if they're paying her rent. Nor did i need it. One hundred and some granted to the table. I didn't even have it. We were so tight and reynolds in the mountains weren't allowed to be honest. Stop so they stopped them so nothing nothing. I have five mortgages. Nothing's being no money's coming in. So yes and i'm like an i gotta go closed in two days on on seven hundred and eighty five thousand dollars. Guess i said that amy. I'm like i'm not gonna let this one little moment and time. Take away from thirty years of my future. I weighed it one week. I had a check come in. I found the extra ten grain went to closing and that was a year and a half ago never looked back and rents have been paid up. That i never got dacoven help. I never delayed on my mortgage. Everything's been good because it's just the way we make you know. Make it happen but yeah man like even up until just april of last year. Two thousand twenty. My you know what was still doing it. of course. yeah of course yeah all right so so folks wanted to reach out to you how can they. How can they connect with you. I know you have an instagram. You have email or web anything that would help reach. Oh stephen service. You can find me on facebook as t. e. p. h. e. n. s. e. r. v. I s. instagram. The same way. I have a truck that has my face on it driving around all bucks county and i just put a whole rap on a dark bus in doylestown so me around there too. You could maybe drop a why they're nike my phone number. I don't know if i could get my phone number. Two one five two nine two two four nine two text me hit me. Just want to have a chat. I'm all good. I love talking to people about real estate too much in the twins. You leave your lines as well Yeah sure service events on instagram and facebook Nick service sense as service cokes on instagram. Our personal instagram's Senator message same thing. Phone numbers two seven. Eight eight five nine six seven five. Give us a call and you talk to you either. One of us about setting up events with us to talk about food or no or cutting tiles definitely not also we like to wrap things up with quotes in the first one is by david ms appel. I believe in eternal possibilities for life to expand and improve. I mean convinced that anything can be better and the second one by alexander chase the life. We're living today's defined by the thoughts in one's mind and the action implemented on the outside to be who we are. Get stuff done this episode. We're special guest. 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Lauren Lapkus, Patton Oswalt & Joey Ryan - A Man and His Spaghetti

Dumb People Town

1:24:44 hr | 2 years ago

Lauren Lapkus, Patton Oswalt & Joey Ryan - A Man and His Spaghetti

"Hey Pen pals. I'm Daniel van current. I'm Marie Scoville and we want to let you know about our show pen pals. It is now available to you on. I tunes <hes> starlings industries. We've been doing the show. We've got two episodes out now. Don't get don't get behind on these letters. Catch up with us. Listen to the full episodes yeah for anybody who doesn't know it's all of you guys send us. Your lead is about anything anything that you WANNA talk about. Whether that's advice or what you should do or just how your day recently went or question you have about life you just send us those letters we then read them and talk back to you. We always like to say it's your podcast. Just talk about just talk about it so you can check out the pen pals on itunes or anywhere that you get your podcast starving yeah all right arrive. You guys thank you for coming out dumb people town. I'm GonNa make all the jokes Jason's GonNa make about my facial hair and shirt and outfit fit right now. We've got to keep the show title got to go back and pretend to be Tom. SELLECK stock the shelves at trader. Joe's okay so our musical guests. Tonight is fantastic. He is one half of a fantastic duo and I think he is your first of all. Let me just warn you. Initially he is not very pleasant doesn't look at he's not a good looking guy. He does not have a great silky smooth voice so I know this is going to be painful for a lot of people. He is part of the milk carton kids which is the band that I absolutely love and he is going to grace you with just the most beautiful music about dumb dumb people. Would you please welcome Joey Ryan everybody. Oh God very much. I'm so honored to be part of this night. I can't believe them sharing the stage with these people look up to them so much scars. I think are geniuses. I play in a duo their duo. Tell them they're like a band. Only funnier and I've gotten to know gotten pretty friendly Jason Right. That's the one A- and since we met he's telling me you've got we have this podcast. You've gotta come do it. It's called dumb people town and you would be perfect for so this is a long time coming. I'm honored hard to hear Canada ban. Is the milk carton kids. We were musical guests quite a lot on comedy shows and so I know thing thing or two about getting these things kicked off so I'll start with a down tempo number about sort of an existential crisis set the tone you could look CEELO spinning. There used to walk <music> out arena tonight feel so into my hair back sworn hit it somewhere fancier only noon eastern on new own K.. Just look at us now. Eh just look and now a kid you could look to terminal or coming on who is Xena law history. The dust is settled down. It was a new dawn we wanted to truly or something specially knew in our harse. We weren't the only ones some our return. We were just little cats. Eh just will care snow. They choose to share <music> record. When I met you could look in my eyes and Ceelo we love light burning? They're used to walk up the hills at dawn. Seal coming up for and you could never in nothing ever come between such too good friend Megan promise if a few just look at us just a little care. It's not just look I just <music> the and supposed to sing the theme song now for the podcast. Oh I think I'll just do it in the same style that last song as though it never ended I assume everybody will take the stage page very morosely and have an uphill battle and Dan Ran J. will share tales of folks so we're lacking Grayson sometimes shoot the last they choose make the news Brigand Downey chip failed in Florida. There's half price bail. Fail say we couldn't me this of dum dum dum dumb dumb dumb Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun so listen to podcasts Coho star in Kirk. Don't be injure news. It quits funny hits. We are going to pay down. Stick around you sound down. It's dumb people. Ah Joey Ryan of the Milk Carton Kids Doc you ready. Hey townies weather do alive episode of population. You Guys Largo Daniel. How are you sir very good my friend I wasn't that beautiful by hunting ponting and again? We apologize that he's not better looking. I'm sorry Louis Ryan to look at listen to join nine. That's the next album tough to look at tough to listen to Joey Ryan. We we love doing this show. I love doing it at Largo a special place always special things happen. We have a great guests before we get to our guests. We like to just sort of loosen up. Do are sort of our Khalistan. It's almost I like comedy jumping Jack Ass like it's almost like it's Prada Yama breathing for this show to the patron taints they were talking about our friend and your friend Jan Flato. There is Jan Flato again quick recap personally people who are coming. I've been here for the first time. Jam Plato took his Russian friend Hashtag escort to a casino. He put one hundred dollars into a slot machine. She pushed the button they one hundred thousand dollars she went up to collect and said split it and a half and they said who pushed the button. She said me and they said it's your money. She said it okay. I'll take the money have security. Keep this man away from me and she took his fifty thousand dollars so they're prepping is is. He looks like someone that would happen happened. He looks like someone that would happen to twice in a lifetime so we started looking at this time he kind of looks like the one doobie brother. They didn't want to take on that. You know what I mean. I said when he was born. The doctor slapped a Bass Guitar or stayed in so Jamf. Lehto is just he's become <unk> a character and for those who don't know like he's out about this podcast and he's joining the facebook there. He loves that we've mythologised he does and so he now interacts regularly. He emails Dan and a lot of K. so I'm not joking I emailed with Jan flato today. urged him to get on instagram. He said I'll have a kid. Show me not his kid kid kid. I know I'm allowed to be over here. Show me on this INSTA- book works so we've we always start off every show go on with some truisms about chance so people know some stuff about them like mythological creature. Sorry example to this day. Jan flato insists that that Mr Holland's opus is a porno okay right. Jan flato sleeps in a tent in his house. All of those beds have been pullout San with the sexual tactic. Hello Jan Flato once told the baby to shut up on a plane Elaine Jeff later likes his porches like he likes his sunglasses wrap around Jan Flato bets on the Special Olympics Alexa and wins inflator was taken the morning after pill Janet before Jim Plato's does ninety percent sure he wants got drunk with Meghan repeal and she fingered him. Okay Jan Plato's penises in any would hold on a second when Chan Flato uh-huh d._J.'s apartment so he brings his own pyro. Jim Plato is not willing and able to help in case of an emergency. We'll be. They're not willing G._M.. Plato once stole a Bookmobile Tim Plato as a wheelchair in the trunk of his car that says for theme parks only Jan Flato Wear spanks Jen Plato is never hit anyone with a closed fist jeff way too only wears velcro shoes because in all things he believes in never tying the knot. It'll happen happen. John Plato has a bath mat made out of baby hair donated. It come on Plato has memorized the Bathroom Code Oh to every starbucks he's ever been ten plato taught all of his nieces how to shave. She has been asked more than once to stop donating for three consecutive years. Jam Plato was the only person at the family family reunion G._M.. Data Jennifer thank Scott. It's Thursday. Tim played a wants near the back of a man he did not not no. I guess this'll be the last one Jan Flato was dishonorably discharged from the kiss army. Oh my God we love you. Jam Golden All right. We're GONNA bring out our guests and normally when we do this at Largo usually bring out one guest and then bring another guest <unk> out for the second story but both of these guests have been on our show before they understand it. Well there are people we love. They're so funny. We can't keep them off this. That's right so would you please welcome and I will give their credits. Red Is what we'll do when they sit down. Our Friends Lauren lab guests through all right is there was a flurry of flay tos right there to get it all cooking with that is flato. You could be the name of a group of something what is a flato. I guess what is Plato of guerrillas or something like that. That's what you call a dozen funnel. Okay grab that Plato a funnel cakes because these guys need yeah. Just give me a flavor of that's what you call a twenty-five shopping cards outside the gals out there and clean up. We gotTA flato out there in the parking lot. Come on Jeff. It can park Plato Kurtz means. Nobody can park guys. Were flowing right now. We're flowing. It's it's for the fourth of July on people coming into by separate flowing. Go to stop a flake. Don't I like the funnel cakes uh-huh Plato so so you guys are both on the show before and I think since you both on the show correct me if I'm wrong but the world has gotten even dumber homely has it got louder. What is it is it just that people are prouder to be done? I think it's getting dumber and the yeah I guess the worst people are talking louder. S. feels bad. It almost feels like the worst people are constantly. It's like the worst people are edging a little bit more into a very very hot tub up to see how much they can stand like how further how deep can I go in this to constantly testing the limits us. What can I say and not lose my job and life and friend or be promoted? That's the other yeah yeah. You're you so tan right now. I've got guys Randy's bintan since burning man's last year but I so rainy went to went to him for two minutes and you'll find out all about it. It was a golden awesome. Bernama name is right. No hot hot hot. Oh you heard it clipped clipped his own. Fair is AH fucking burning. Man Name is my Playa Name Racist. I think you look great and congratulations tracing Business Corporate Chris going going gone a lot of drifters down there still cooler any that you've got a job at Tommy Bahama. That's fantastic I did my job is to tell you not enough enough parrots on that shirt just look at the shirts they come off as forty nine on their thrown from the car to the door. Radi got asked three times. What time does the bar open you know when does the new season of Simon and sklar Tuesday's today all right all right a showing well? We have a new tradition that we started on the last show we will now do with all live shows. We've only done it here. I'm sure we will do it in Brooklyn Clinton. On what does that tell you thirteen. Are you at the Bell House House. It is the Florida man birthday game where the game miss you take your birth date years not necessary and then we find out who your Florida Vannes yes so you're by yourself or example volume for example. Are you ready Joey Ryan to find out who your Florida man is. You were born ready. There's a video that accompanies this a house G.. I will read it to you for okay now. If I'm correct your birthday is February eighth. Yes okay February eight Florida man get stuck to prep drags strip. I can do this. You got to drag strip surface at the G._T.. E._T._R.. No clue what that stands for World Cup. Let's see if this works so he decided he was gonna walk across the track. They have to keep that as friction as possible and he found this out the hard way hard way all right Lauren laptops. Yes I have you as September number. Six correct Florida suspect tries to swim away from police is subdued by L._G.. uh-huh nature always wiz mother fucker. There's a little blurb here. Florida ban went from from suspect to victims in need of help after trying to flee from police in a canal only to be overwhelmed by algae. What does that mean over to you? Come to terms with. It's got to be a long denial period before you realize algae has one now and when you went to prison he had to find the toughest Lich and in the yard once you're right into the lead right I get your bitch. I get it patent. Ah January twenty seventh correct okay Florida man props evacuation at Taco Bell. You could stop right right right. That's all we need by the way I prompted an evacuation at Taco bell that's almost the beginning of a dumb people towns. This Florida man props drops evacuation at Taco bell after bringing grenade that he found while fishing no. I'll I'll read it. It's it's like four seventy. Man made an explosive discovery Saturday. Try Shit. That's no while magnet fishing while using a magnet the magnet fishing you fish for metal pushing for while using a magnet to search water for salvage items. The fishermen pulled hold up a World War Two handgrenade according to police in Ocala for about eighty miles north west of Orlando Dan now you've got to tell the story about being in a flea market when your ten and your tenure wow this is true yeah Princeton Flea Market Person Wisconsin. My brother Matt my cousin Kenny nine years old. They bought a grenade my mom march them. I'm back up to this guy selling his wares and she said did you. Did you sell these boys grenade. He looked at her and said they talked me down to three bucks she said is it real. Is it a real grenade. He looked Diane in the eyes and he goes. It's never gone off. That's not what you WANNA hear yeah. Does it went off twice. This guy was like hell Yager need. I'm getting a chill Lupu right. Where do I go with that? I I've just learned that there's a thing called magnet. Fishing which I realize was the aquatic version of walking along the sandwich. Have you seen someone do that research Santa Monica. There's out there yeah but also like you said. I pulled a grenade up. Let's go to Taco Bell. It's time for fourth meal. I just love the idea that people are showing up at Santa Monica beach with like lumps of gold at thirty. It's like pockets rockets falling out somehow some fucking hero brought a grenade back from World War Two and then his asshole grandkids through it into the water right. Is that how you thought that World War Two was happening whoops there with some guy in forty three just had a grenade is like there's It was his towns George Bailey just trying to do as part on account of his ear John Greece for Napoleon died and watch me throw this grenade into Germany eleven fees and into a creek long to that Florida man in the forties stand there waiting for it to two hours decades long time. We want to do a story to go. Do this was sent in by this. This is perfect and not plant BARF MIC bartered okay now. If you think that somebody who's just changed their name on twitter for the week. No handle is <music> at MC fart turn. They've leaned weigh in on this chapter of their life this a moment when I say that I'm like. I wish I was that free with my life. It just didn't give a shit. This guy will never get a job at circuit city okay or maybe he's got too. Many job offers from circuit city. I changed my name to Poop MC vomit and it didn't change my life discernible bid BARF McFarland is way hotter thank you. I'm GonNa read you the headline woman in only Bra and panties arrested or as I like to call this the ballot of Kimberly Lance woman in only a bronze her only Brian Panty like it's the only one she owns. Anyone left in the world a woman one wearing only a bra and panties was taken into custody Wednesday. We don't need a date because we're just writing articles for people down the street kind of stop for a the second just <hes> she isn't a Bra and panties which we've done so many stories just got naked and I feel like there is some decor. I feel like they should be giving it l.. More of it like tasteful woman who is decent enough to exactly that would work. She was taken into custody Wednesday. After breaking into to Williams Williams township homes it sounds like a retirement community grabbing a knife and assaulting resident and trying to lock herself in a car truck before resisting arrest is Pennsylvania State police reports. It's so misleading to start with her being an abroad panties because it sounds attractive picture like a beautiful wonderful woman. She's like she's tapes. Knives to routine is probably grow. This could be like how much it could hot. Women get away. All four best Victoria's secret video ever like the photo shoot went crazy. We were on a beach and then all a sudden. She tried to lock her so much support. When I was trying to bust into that trump here we go? Let's lean in unpack it a resident at Twenty Monte Harrison cop wrote that sounds like a curse you gotta get that out of all the more hex in Coppola's my favorite house from from Harry Potter Right. It was actually put you on Heck's resident at twenty ex cop road was coming out out of the bathroom midday when he heard a noise inside the home police set. I feel like the sorting Bra put you it. It'd be sorting spanks opens up. No no raven got up. Either side is arguing together at the same time they're like x and he walks out of bathroom when he found Kimberly lands going through the kitchen closet. Police said she was attempting to use this is when a person's different universe she was attempting to use use a bicycle tire repair kit to cover cuts on her. She doesn't want any more leaks or leaks she the the resonant asked if she needed help no shit and offered bandaids which she initially agreed to okay. This is GonNa take a hard turn. Take the band aid reasoning with exactly Hey Kim. How do you know me Kim? The resonant asked if she needed help and offered bandies which she initially agreed to take before breaking the kitchen window with a toaster and potted plants. That's a hard turn Kim or Kimberly Burleigh Lance bandaids. I sure to if that toaster would stop talking looking at me. It's your reflection. She don't like take me. Maybe she thinks she's a ghost. They won't see this toaster. Go flying across the room. My invisibility serum vitally were Liens who listened address in Bethlehem but previously lived in Williams township and quakertown. This is their way of saying no one knows. Why do we need it has history? The Guy who's house it was okay. This is you've heard of the legend of Bagger Vance. This is the legend of Mary Van Land Kimberley Land Landis L._A._N._D.. E._S. Landis Landis Land Silent. You know what let's survey says it is definitely not land point that out landis not lance all right either way Landes or lance who listen address addressing bamboos previously Williams. Tom quakertown continued to destroy the kitchen and then grab the knife because they always do the residents. Answering then grabbed denies right yeah tonight I gotTa Take Care of them. Potted plants by the way total shut those potted plants up first toaster through the window is a strong unlike. It's hard to throw it to you. Toss it would crack the window but bounce off but she chelsea all the way through the win. prouder her don't doubt can also been like a four slice for any one of those big Greg Behrendt man tacit in special again credit is due like that generation to the history that toaster the resident struggled with lands and the knife and suffered cuts to his nose and hands. I'm not trying to victim blame here but if someone is using bike tire repair circuits on their wounds and then destroy your kitchen and they grab a knife go go go come back to you. They're yours forever but let don't go if you WANNA leave. You've got every right go through the window higher herself out but tell encourage her to climb through the broken window. I'm trying to coach her out of Your House that you can make it through there. You got this lands ran Orlando's ran from the home and tried to break into thirty Xing Cop road which is attached. Police said no one cares she briefly got inside before the resident of the other home grabbed her and removed her by force that person didn't was she. It's like good for her. Because in the other home the beds were too hard and the porridge was due you call likely never at all consider that goldilocks could have been on meth and you know what I mean but she's breaking and entering into bears it like chewing or cheek instead of the porridge and she's like. I don't like this at all goldilocks chewing her cheek around. Why is the government talking me through my feelings goldilocks and day three the original title of this she then went into the garage next to twenty eskin cough road and went through the car and its trunk? She tried to lock herself in the trump but the resident stopped her letter writing herself putting yourself in like a mob plot that doesn't exist he drives. I have some Old Lady's House and ask him to make Spaghetti. Get a knife for the booth and you're good. She tried to get handcuffs on yourself but I stopped her was able to stop her hand or I five is definitely helps started range yourself or Miranda rights. She was trying to subdue herself handed her a dustbuster. Ah Garage there's more you can throw cam. Don't give up like everyone is trying to encourage CRESA continue to go. They got it. You have to keep Williams township weird. She locked herself in the truck car but the resonant stopped her landis this this this is person is not a great writer. I'm going to read the sentence back to back. She tried to lock herself in the truck but the resident stopped her. Landis tossed potted plants into the river stream that parallels the home and and went into the water. I don't know where she got the plant floor. I don't know how we got out to the river. This is like a writing jump cut the goes from ant man and the Wasp and she's gone through the trump out into the river with potted plants very strong a lot of they don't have enough a strong women as role models respect her and they want to be like she's an ex Ruth Bader GINSBURG. We've said that on this stage Ed math muscles or metals are very helpful with cuts to her legs and hand. Landis was climbing upstream. That's the story of her life. Kimberly land is climbing upstream from birth. She honestly came. Nelson is like a salmon on math are you doing. I'm Kim Landis. I came out the canal and up the stream my whole life. Landis was climbing upstream. Just I after I'd like to ask you guys. What time of day do you think this is Alan me the whole time? I've been picturing like two P._M.. ooh Yes you can go first tick third fourth. Wherever you want all right you too pat? I'm sticking with that. Stick Patents for episode is when we created that six P._M.. A._M. is the three A._M.. Yes yes Deidre but but nine A._M.. Is the midnight of meth breath status she has been. I'm picking nine A._M.. Because I think she's been up all night as starting that's where the toaster comes in turnover hissing wrong it was driving and like that it's all logical now yeah nine pm Joey. What do you think I had nine? Okay <hes> double it up. It's not alcohol. No it's not it's Meth yeah nine and I don't know anything about math <music> but it seems like nine A._M.. would be a bad time. That's the witching hour. It's very hard to put a math kid to sleep at nine. Am they call it the witching hour since run themselves fighting stories you read it and then what we already did this. One lady locks again all right. Uh I'M GONNA say three PM Three PM three hundred K. solid. I think this is this is like six thirty A._M.. P._M.. I love it. You didn't know until you were asked could be either. I thought I'd throw at a time. Okay are there to townies out there. Who would like tomato? Guess put your hand up. Who'd like we'll take your guests anybody at all? I Love Largo so polite. So what is this price is right to a one to one who said to own it. What's your name? Josh welcome to town P._M.. P._M. All right to on what did you say P._M.. Our P._m. p._M.. Because he will one okay okay six thirty A._M.. Nine A._M.. Nine A._M.. Yup Two PM one two. Oh one of that okay ready. I said three PM okay with cuts to her. Legs and hands land was climbing upstream just after twelve fifteen pm. Oh ooh did I wear yourself out. There's people willing to states township whatever it it isn't like you know what I like to go home for my launch. Its calmer I don't I don't step out of the insanity of guy well the guy who was just stepping ping on the bathroom. We know why he went home. He can't shoot at the office. I gotta go home to do it. Oh my God look who's in my kids. She was climbing up street which I love it too not swimming climbing climbing through water is the Best Angela Bassett movie. That's never been yeah. I mean her falling in love with a really hot ninety year old black tall man in his name is stream climbing Willis having upstream just after twelve fifteen pm north of the home when the responding responding trooper I saw her court papers say she tried to escape into nearby woods as the trooper ordered her to sit not stop sit like a dog sit at work walkies drums keys drop it drop it off the toaster drop drop it who's could lift us. She became quote incoherent and combative became became because she was a competitive before the floor at all she was doing great and Soco hearings began pulling away from the trooper and trying to scratch and reach for his groin area. No Choice said we do this or not climbing upstream waiting for a new and there's a worst stripper ever hired those pants she has her talking to the cops are the other residents at higher to strip her down these break away you here in that music pours. The other troopers arrived. Oh you're all here detained kimber police said she that is one of the backup calls where someone's on. WHO's in the area right you gotta see this where it was like? She was taking eastern Eastern Hospital for treatment. All those cuts had yet to be arraigned on charges of aggravated assault simple assault burglary criminal trespass theft resisting arrest and criminal mischief of our favorite charge. It sounds like you painted offense. The wrong stole someone's boardgames spanked else meth addict. Just dip girls pigtails his so we've got to arrest him SWAT team Orem screw <music> mischief down becky Lou whites back. It does sound like it's right out of Mark Twain Kimberly we landed it should be noticed that Kimberly land is still on probation from December twenty fourteen incident where she crashed van into a pickup truck on route thirty three near the ramp from route twenty two. No one cares yeah way. Read it on time because I'm GonNa do what the person the editor said to the person she left without how it should be noted that Kimberly lands is still on probation from a December two thousand fourteen incident where she crashed a van into a pickup truck on route thirty three hold on hold on hold on pipe. Is it near no one's GonNa know what it meant if they near the ramp from route twenty two <music> this is journalism yes east in Bethlehem township then she stole a vehicle from a person who stopped to help her okay so all this is the nicest town on Earth. Oh my favorite Coen brothers movie yeah okay. Let me help you the better it is now a man who has two daughters I kinda. I don't think there's a lesson here. She does not stop when when she's confronted with one. Thank you going up that stream. Is that a Kate Bush song long s gene run. She said that's where she stole. Another stole. A vehicle from a person who stopped to help her records show she then drove down route twenty two west to rue one ninety nine who care where she exited and crashed into several more vehicles before trying to steal another yes astle. This woman has ingenuity that is on fire. Where's she going? I don't know but you know what this <music>. Is Your next James Bond right here. That's fucked Daniel Craig. This woman has it. He's got it double o seven A._M.. Two months ask law brothers thumbs. Two men stopped her and she was soon in police custody. Just say she gave uh-huh Chaumont stopped if you try to steal one of the men and drive them away. She's she's good. She has a good job of driving everyman away in her life. We don't know that okay true. I'm GonNa ask you guys. We'll get out of here in this. How old is Kimberly? Landis wow great question. We've got a lot of energy. Can I ask one more question which will really help court this. What ramp was there again it? It was Jesus route through the information is more important than you guys know all right. Uh figured okay. Joey Lawrence Patents to his pattern is so far off my Mike. The baton is so far off mark. He just recorded a fleet. That's a joke that Largo appreciates what Jesus all right are you know what because of the because of the taking into account that said on the Meth does keep you superhuman energy so logically this could be a Septuagenarian but because the stamina the going and the and also the earlier stuff with all the crashing in the trucks are I'm GonNa say twenty three twenty three okay sweet Joe. You're so still in Graduate School Working Working on dissertation at a little stressed out. You know I get it. I'm GonNa say she's twenty eight but she looks forty nine very nice caveat joey. What do you think I think she's my age occur? which is with her? How old are you thirty thirty seven thirty seven eighteen? I was in the same rages Lord. I feel like her. Saturn is returning so I'm gonNA say twenty-six Randy. She's thirty three thirty three biblical goal but she's thirty three thirty okay. She's doing this for all of our sins. One of you is exactly aw to play the game within the game. Do you think is exactly right. Okay we will start to my right Randy sklar. You're exactly right. Okay Pam God. I was so happy with my answer. Put away that Lauren Frazier. I think Florida's exact okay so okay. What did you say in Twenty six twenty eight twenty six twenty three thirty three thirty? I believe in myself and good. I just like this woman land and you going to l.. Stay with thirty seven thirty seven company. I'm going to believe in myself because every time I don't believe myself in this game I'm wrong okay townies to Right oh yeah Freddie Kimberly land this the woman who knows how to tend to wound Zuma's euros plants. That's out windows for life is up straightened. Other homes tries to lock herself in trunks has been climbing upstream or hold on crashes. Van Steals another grow role for the Groin. We'll get out of here on this Kimberly. Landis is thirty seven years honestly so surprised I love now say she looks good good good Gosh right and he calls his shots. She's like now now. What makes you better now face expression of did you take those guys all day? <hes> actually got about the next three to five years guy took the picture and she tried to take care if you zoom out there's an elderly mother that so happy she came to Christmas. I story all right. Take a break. We've added more W. Town more. I'm just GONNA say this. You spend a third of your life in the sheets and if you're a freak in the streets and a gentleman in the shades and you want some good sheets you you don't want them to be insanely comfortable here Brian Wilson from the beach boys. That's ninety percent of your exactly. I WanNa talk about Brooke Linen sheets. 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Let's see I'll do the show is all this show is all about the news a whole this'll be want. I have a song about the news lately everybody on this stage myself included. I manage pretty down on the state of things but it's not all bad news not all the time at least not for everybody so this is kind of a political article Song that tries to focus on what's going right in the world at least for certain people <music>. It's good date. Palm trees sway on Il said go round up. All the bad guys is it a good day to be man fills a covered in my health plan. Leave leave the back alley girls with hang in their hands. It's a good day to be son is Shannon Ride two-day. A few teachers heard lady release the Pallor. Here's done good day to be Ridge. Ten million dollars refund the I._R._S.. In one to senator nine to my kids good day son is and Brad today now they're having fun. I saw the liberty kid for shoes and start to run good day be on Andrea Sway and on hillside and I can't wait for for the two D I I can't wait for the for the do and uh <music> great so true all right welcome back back to the show our guests of course patent Oswald and Lauren Laugh gives you guys first of all. Let's what's going on with. Both you guys patent. I I kind of wish you were on a show right now. What's what time I'm just doing a lot of stand up right now? I'm doing a special in September. Whatever I'll I'll record it in Charlotte North Carolina Nice favorite thing about record a special while ago and I was just recorded I asked you so? Are you going to get up and do a bunch of stand up. You're like no. I'm GonNa go live my life for the next six months. I need to write new material cereal and I thought that was like a brilliant way to approach it. Yeah I need to just go and I need to go. Take the garbage out do dishes and hang out with friends and have experiences. That's right so you can write your new. We always said that the new our the first few minutes after you finish an hour is like a really bad haircut and you're like I will be launching this. God wait a minute and and the minute you get done recording a Santa Special. All you immediate start thinking oh you know it's a better tag like ways you can tweak and change always did you yeah that's also the thing and you probably experiences to learn when when you do something creative and then you have to go promote needed promoting the creative thing is the least creating new and you actually feel like your creativity is leaking away. I need to not talk about being creative and go. Will you know what I mean much harder to talk about it than to just talk about some more. Let's just get into what yeah I was just telling Rochelle in Chicago Illinois and did I see you're going to be at the den and the den yeah one is that in August fifteenth and sixteen yeah. That's the upgrading really fun room in there and Lauren how you doing you're so good in crashing soak in orange is is the new black I'm back in the seven seas on Friday. Tom And I'm going to be in the between to ferns movie on Netflix in September. I'm really excited. It's funny to see it and I'm going on tour with Comedy Bang Bang in August and September number into a bunch of cities around the on the show is different characters throughout the show. We were just doing different characters every city in cities in America Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah it's all I think we're doing a lot of east coast stuff and I actually can't remember so google it literally guys much you swing dance computer because it won't work also not my computer okay not my problem. Yes side last question milk carton kids when did they. When's your another show at Largo? What's happening yeah we do? We do a show here like milk. Carton kids in friends is called sad songs comedy hour which we've John it's like hilarious comedy and then the saddest most beautiful song ever followed by hilarious comedy right. If we get the right Comedians yes was that was that directed at us. You WanNa talk talk about seven zero. Just like you guys meetings. You take you obviously at Jason already. You're going to be in Chicago. Tell everybody everybody go ahead Jay. We're going to be at Tinley Park at the Convention Center. It is a gigantic venue like a thousand seats. I'm expecting forty people to be there so <hes> it'd be out brother on thirty no but so that's on September twenty seven twenty seven yeah you gotTa Superstars Dot Com yeah. We don't own sklar brothers Dot Com. That's I do I own it and he's he's fucking in January. Kurt Dot Com people can come see me on the tenth. I'll be in Santa Cruz to a recording for my upcoming album and then I'll be here in L. A. it used to be this is the first announcing I'll be running my our at the Franklin Theater on Thursday August twenty nine. If you want WanNa come see me do an hour of standup chilly another story. Let's let's do it do it. This was sent in by Alvin cat. Obey at a cat obey thirty be sick. Don't you love when the candidate eggs out every as my favorite thing caterpillar bags you open it up and there's just a man sending stories to us on the inside <music> Gresham Morgan a man and his cat Graham Morgan is the town. I believe okay what else I would've been. No it's from a John Grisham novel Gresham Oregon a man and his cat made themselves right at home during a burglary burglary over the weekend according to the police in Oregon. I guess maybe lying about it so as I know the shit that is gonNA come my way. He is a cat burglar so would they say a man in his cat. They're saying a single man and his cow. Ah I love new story that that opens like it sounds like it's going to be a children's nursery rhyme themselves. Oh and then the woman a toaster spent most of his life alone. The man had a hard time looking in the eye he liked to put makeup on the cat address it that way what he didn't like to show up for work on on-time investigators said Ryan Douglas Bishop Noble no and a cat named Spaghetti. I know guys I know I know I got this far into the story and just said Yep. I love like really dumb pet names but then I think about the fact that you have to say it like so I guarantee you end up going getty and by the way and cats that don't listen to you like a cat will not listen you so for hours. He's like SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI SPAGHETTI meanwhile. He's downstairs apartment neighbors like there's something wrong with. He's making fun. If you want to come to David he's making fun of you and your Italian Heritage Kenny O. Rien Douglas Bishop the most formal sounding name uh-huh and a cat named Spaghetti dishes. What I love to Spaghetti is my favorite Bosniaks that one grammy nominated for four for what he used all the studio musicians that steely Dan threw away AH investigators said Ryan Douglas Bishop and a cat? I keep rereading this because the full sentence is where they of you realize we haven't gotten no third sentence of this story and investigator said Ryan Douglas Bishop and a cat named Spaghetti broke into a house. How's about the man and did not break it was his doc by the way is a domain to do that? For people argue with a man come on he's like step son of Sam cats do what they want. I'm just along for the ride. You try and tell them no and the window alarmed by the way Ryan come on. We've come on Dopey Dick Ryan. Were breaking into this House today Ryan. Oh you're close out on me at Daniel Baker. I didn't even think that works is they broke into a house in Gresham on Sunday afternoon. He has still bowl Semitic. Bishop apparently got quite comfortable during the burglary as police say he made coffee ate some food and ate some food quote. The cupcakes cakes were in the fridge. He ate just two of them. In the bottom of another one said the homeowner well first of all were they did he only eight ten in just two of them and the bottom. They're delicious the log with the body to be just eat the bottom of a cupcake cupcake makes you a serial killer also my kids by cupcakes. Just lick the top off and throw them out the window of my car. No one has ever eaten the bottom of this guy dealing with his way trying to rationalize you go to a little bit of another one. Look look at me like that. I'm at thirty eight points today talking to Spaghetti. I've got the points getty getty. I've got the point and oh you know spaghetti was giving him aside jerk fishes day. This is who we are now fine. I'll eat the bottom Ryan. This is who we are now. Here's the type of Guy that sleeps in justice shirt like no pants. No we literally could have been catbird now where the fuck and cupcake bandits yeah who that's a quote from Timothy Timothy Swith Smith the homeowner and I'll read it again. The cupcakes were in the fridge he d._A.. To in just the bottom of one continuing to make himself at home bishop drank some violate that the cupcakes are in the fridge to me is dumb a detail as ramp thirty who gives a fuck where the cocaine also who puts cupcakes in a refrigerator. You're the one who's wrong. That's up cigarette product. It's not not gonNA go bad you can put it on the counter. Is that the most important details you started with will wear worthy cupcakes in the fringe okay now. We know what we're working with. This ship also drank some beer played video games and raided the clothes dryer for a new outfits burglar. He's Berkeley's not he's an AIRBNB. I gave it two stars who puts the cupcakes in the French. The clothes weren't even warming. He also allegedly kicked holes in the wall and Tori Mirror off the bathroom wall. Hey wait. This is a child who was kicked out of the home came back right was being a Brat exactly thirty year old man but yeah also spaghetti mighty kick those tiny these cover completely absolve spaghetti right right. We don't Oh now quote. It seemed like he was looking for money in the walls Timothy Smith's assumption. I know looking for money walk. The homeowner said this guy is like I've watched a lot of Agatha Christie. I know what's up Bros.. Kick right there with money. You don't put a wall. Oh put a hole in the wall three feet up if you're not looking for money exactly weirdest homeowner is more insane the tour tour the off the wall because he didn't like how the close to Detroit on from the starting with the man in the mirror. That's thank you Michael Jackson. We never again quincy. When the residents return to the house they noticed the they noticed the moment they pulled in the driveway that something wasn't right and we saw this is a quote we saw a bunch of stuff on the car a bottle of cider a bunch of ceremonial knives and a Mac book pro ceremonial ceremony ceremonial a lot of Shit yeah way more freaked out by who has what ceremonies are they doing in the house? That's will also if you're gonNA worry now about you. Why do you know what a ceremonial knife honey put the money in the wall? We gotta sacrifice this baby now. He had all of our hitchhiker stabbing knives right out there on the car. What people what the fuck is right next to the circumcision nice? Tell me for quote a bottle of cider a bunch of ceremonial knives which is what at least seven I would call that Lehto bringing it back talk about ceremonial knives and I don't know I have no idea it's weird. Is You click cupcakes in the fridge you fucking Weirdo. I'm sorry I gotta go back to that. That takes away everything good about a cupcake. They're not moist anymore. Thank you going to be hard thank you that's when they decided to go inside. I'm going to tell you guys something. If you see if you pull up to your house and there are ceremonial knives outside and a Mac pro you allow whatever demons attack you exactly you've wandered into that exorcism willing. You're yeah. You're not a MAC book pro. That's when we decided to go inside once in the home they noticed the things were out of by the way they just came home. Yes and they I guess we're going to decide not to go inside their house that they had just returned to so they needed to see all the stuff on the car before they're like yeah. Let's go home. That's when they decided to go inside once in the home they noticed that the things were out of place and they also I heard noises from a crawlspace beneath the house no when they open the crawlspace door why are you. Why are you doing that? You were literally walking into every horror movie amish and have never seen why don't you just find a dusty Latin book and read it out loud. What does this all video game? Do Never Watch honey. Get The V._C._R.. That you hear that sound in the tool shed that's very dark. Ah they heard noises from the crawlspace beneath the house when they open the crawlspace door spaghetti came out wearing a dog's Green v neck sweater that's so this is a picture of Spaghetti any get spaghetti. Spaghetti is transitioning into a dog came out wearing sweater better put it on while in the crop one hundred percent. Yes drafty sweater just walked out in a sweater the show that's dog sweater yeah what the fuck is going on well. He's walking out like you just won the masters <music>. I think I really think the Bishop Guy is hilarious well. He put the sweater on the cat. Are we sure this isn't like a James Adobe and character. Eh How much I care about you guys go ahead. I said that sounds like a euphemism putting the sweater on the cat guys we're just GONNA put the sweater on the cat and this one in finish off do it quickly. I dug so deep into this story for all of you analyst dinners at home all these pictures will be on the dumb people on facebook page and the Instagram at people <hes> the reddit thread that the woman who lives in this House started so that I could find you guys picture of her dog sweater that spaghetti he tried to sue and when you picture the dog alone wearing this fucking sweater-vests is enough but when you picture that you open a crawlspace door spaghetti comes sway in her ass out of that crawlspace here we go. You made Spaghetti a girl Dan Dan. I I love this but was there a moment when you were doing this on whatever day you were doing your like. I could have been talking to a relative one hundred percent one hundred percent here we go. Are you ready. We've had a green cake before that was horrific. Yes this is up there just in terms of joy green sweater here. We got wait okay so it's like a fleece vest. Look at this spaghetti owned that Shit Picture Spaghetti Righetti like that when that dogs sweater it's pride week. I love the talk like no crew necks no only v necks sleeveless in Seattle if you saw a person wearing a sleeveless v neck sweater you'd be like let's get the by the way the cat looks like it could take the dog like a one on one fight spaghetti hardened criminal. I Love Spaghetti. What no <music> sweater off that dog? He doesn't deserve this sweater. We'll give joy in some very dark times in and the clothes cat made Smith believed that quote something or someone much larger than the cat was also also in the crawlspace quote unquote from behind. Don't take home put that nothing the nothing you've heard of the Canary in the coalmine. This is the cat in the harboring of bigger things when a green sweater cat comes out Lacrosse base behind it get a quote from the Homeowner Timothy Smith after he saw spaghetti come prancing her ass out of their of quote. No one is going to put a shirt on a cat and leave it in a cross brace in a random house. Someone else is down here and how how that is detective shadow of the ceremonial knives. I mean like everybody gather into living room. We will start by saying like no one puts sweat on a cat. Just leave the house and we proceed from this supposition Little Grace Timothy Me Somebody put this wet. But how can we so sure I mean how many ceremonial knows we're on top of car seven seven yeah. He's the Colombo question kid. That was a joke for my grandma. <hes> so timothy remember from his point of view his houses disarray knives are in the front yard and he is now decided. I'm going GONNA grow into the crawlspace and see what's down there I I my daughter is going to camp. I thought I had a big Duffel bag. I went into the area down by in my house. I look winning got one spiderweb on me. I was like fucking. I'm going the Army Navy store buying new and no but no cat came out and agreed sweater. It's like I'm. I'm not going in there. Everything that's in there will be in there forever moments later. Timothy Smith came running out of his house screaming quote stop someone someone is in the house. One hundred percents now fifty hundred underlying underlying read one hundred Britt. He said what he said and he meant what he meant. The end of that Paul Hatton bright this book exactly when officers arrived Ryan Douglas Bishop emerged from the crawlspace the woman who lives in the home pointed out at this moment he was wearing her favorite quote Christmas onesie pajamas her favorite favorite others. That's like like which one should I wear my top eight guys so creepy Spaghetti Spaghetti and Christmas onesies himself. He got crawlspace. This stuff had to be worn by other people in animals indeed. He was the Christian Police Department Toll K._P.. The Eagle I don't know she the woman it requested that the ones eat not be returned police go now. What's the bigger thing that put the ones the on the band? That's this down. When is that GONNA come out? It's like this is like an episode of a stranger things. It's like bigger than the Gorgan is down there dressing passing animals if people season four. I think the writers just gave up but we'll see what happens. Ryan Ryan Douglas Goes Bishops said the only thing bigger than me down. There is my mistakes. I made that up Dan. That's a great new. You made up in Florida owner. He didn't say I thought wait is Kris. Kristofferson writing God this Homeowner Timothy Smith Who's twenty four incidentally said he and his where do they live. No Gresham Oregon said he he and his fiancee spent the last year looking for a house and when they finally closed on this one quote we needed it because we're getting married in October he told C._B._S. K._O.. Hey Orion the but someone but quote someone came in and ruin the sanctity of my home or made it a puck and party. I story also this is my all time favorite episode of House Hunters. I'm really stuck on himself at her list because we're getting married pets. You don't need to like that dog needed that v-neck. I told her if we don't get a house with a crawlspace I'm not marrying. No you didn't say they only talked about the ones they better have. Let Spaghetti keep that sweater vest. No that dog wanted it back. Bishop was booked booked on charges of burglary criminal mischief and theft criminal mischief Smith said police. That's the Onesie Smith said is police. Also I use Pinkett Christmas onesie like is it is it I picture a lot done. They should've had to walk off to determine who one of the better to crawl out of the crawlspace. Yes it's in US weekly. Both pictures uh-huh side-by-side Better Farris Bishop was booked and all all that stuff they also found drug per familiar at the scene. Oh shocker belong to Timothy they needed it for the marriage along with the lead a house and my ceremonial knives or I don't get married three gallons of CIDER crew that I keep in the garage okay and I need to put the cupcakes. fucking Teigen prospector shattered similar to kill more child <unk> out start a new dark medium like knives insider is like axl rose's side project cancelled dates canceled days. We bought tickets and now G._D.. Wouldn't that be great if axl rose at a band called T._v._d.. You never knew never know how hard to read the website. I don't know if they're paying or not two zero to Temecula to see them. I don't animal control was called out to deal with a uncooperative uncooperative spaghetti. Just horrible tap cat has ever been cooperative ever so just can't help with an uncooperative have spaghetti. They hang up on you three times. Figure it out guys. I'm telling you you just ignore and then she'll cooperate with you but you keep wanting her attention <hes> but Timothy Smith's fiance doesn't think that it belongs to bishop quote. I know this is not his cat. She said it's too well groomed to well-fed. It looks fine line. I love the that's her way to get back in him to claim that there's no way this guy could have. I know I see I saw what what he did. In the end of that fucking cupcake he does not know how to have a cat animal and you can't be easiest thing that ever take care like day shit in in their own box. They handle their own lives. Of course he could have a cat but it all ended well when Bishops Grandmother came to pick up spaghetti add on really is their families cash yes mother or the woman that took care of his parents we will we'll get out of here on this. This is this is a law and order episode with a gun gung is how what do we say read. It is the most fun thing to meow along to your favorite songs. Greatest enemy out to is under the bridge downtown. Yeah Oh man now now now. We're going to get sued we're not GONNA get. It's one to like meow a song about like addicted to heroin. Also I will ask you. How old is Ryan Douglas? You're GONNA say Spaghetti. How how old is Ryan? Douglas Russia Douglas Catfish. Yes is cat years. Thing I know dog is there has to be. Is there a thing like a cat. That's thirteen is actually like a thousand Ndo but I bet it's like a weird decimal thing. Catholics fourteen is really twenty two yeah. I bet it's probably like four to five instead of seven because cats I can live like twenty eighty. What if the cat what a spaghetti was like the cat from the first men in black and he had a universe around is just outside decided that green control that all right who would like to go Joey Joey for we know that now that Spaghetti was not his family family but I was thinking he was old enough to be taken care of a cat while it's the grandma grandma? He's twenty six twenty six years old tape okay. I think he's nineteen. ooh I'M GONNA say thirty okay. What do we know about him? CIDER ceremonial knives the video games beer Christmas ones the I was going to say nineteen as well. I'm also saying I think Nineteen ninety-two WanNa change my judge twenty two twenty two. I think he's twenty five twenty five years old okay so he could rent a car if he had if he if he in Spaghetti Daddy had to go on a trip they could. He could rent hurts. Probably doesn't I'm guessing everything's on debit yeah okay. They don't want that bill coming at the end the month we will finish up our stories and I believe this show with this good chances in townies wherever you maybe thank you to everybody who played along with and we'll finish with a with a with joy one hundred percents Ryan Douglas Bishop you know what to me. He's one of the property brothers he is. He's like the rental property. It is in the crawlspace and thirty eight years. Oh my God looks like Thom Yorke on asset. Oh my God do you know he looks like Alternate Universe Don Henley. He looks like Dark University. Mentally let me took my hair behind my yes so much scarier that he's like if the Eagles had never made it that would be done Henley. He looks like he knows how to run a carnival. I would say that this is the end of his innocence. Wow this guy's also looks like a cat guy for sure yeah. He looks like he looks like a guy. That's tried the CATNIP works for them. You feel in it. It's good to kick in those are stories my friends thirty hours about it for a love it all right. Let's do more song and then we'll say goodbye joy woody for US okay. Do you want to will. They're all said but great. We'll take a sad one. Okay this the saddest one that's actually said or said when it's actually a love song or as you love love one or a like a spiritually sad one or a socio politically said one so socio politically yeah. You've been on that track. Let's do that socio political anything about hesitation a cat and the dog sweater and a crawlspace by tomorrow by tomorrow there will be a new milk carton kid song about a crawlspace China cabinet dog sweater. I would listen that solid. That's like a German experimental band or like that is the new cat in adult sweater to spaghetti the and the Cross base. I know no uh-huh. 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Dulce Sloan's New York

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

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Dulce Sloan's New York

"Hello and welcome to good podcast about jokes. Each episode a guest comes on to play a clip of one of their jokes, and then discusses how they wrote it and how it fits into what they're trying to do with their comedy. This week's guest is say Sloan stand up comedian and host of the podcast that black ash show. Don't say has appeared on this podcast before in our cluster fest panel with Trevor Noah and the daily show correspondents juicy still works at the daily show, but this episode. We're talking about her terrific. Stand up comedy. Stemming from her background as a theatre actor don't say has an uncommonly captivating stage presence. Some comedians need to stop around the stage to get people's attention, but don't say just stands resolute, and you can't look away. This effect is magnified by her slow deliberate way of presenting material. All of this is on display in the joke. She chose for this interview that she told an appearance on Conan in October. Two Thousand Nineteen is about her views New York City. Say Muse Ironically as actually deal. Say hates the city which she currently lives in so frigging much to appoint that she dedicated. Dedicated first third of her comedy central half hour special to how much she dislikes New York especially after moving there from Los Angeles and growing up in Atlanta, a shorter version of the joke, the center of this episode appeared in that Comedy Central Special taped in January of two thousand nineteen, so they will see its growth that she worked on it over the next year. So here's that final version and here is still slow. Doing listen so. Two years ago, I was forced to move to New York, because of success. And I hate that place. Oh Jesus. I hate that place 'cause God. Forbid wanted them Yankees fans. I'm not from their. Boo Bodega House standing in line for one of those E coli, sandwiches. And a woman behind me goes. What's happening to me right now? There's another wonderful day in new. York she's like way from you. Don't sound like fun new young, because they all sound like witches to me. It's like no Ma'am I'm from the south. What do you mean and that's a new? York Ma'am there forty nine other states. Well I mean. What are you doing here? Ma'am I'm just trying to get one of these dangerous sandwiches. How can I help you? Well. You must be so glad to be New York WanNa hell, but I'd be glad to be in New York. What a South is so racist a south to sell racist? You in the part of the south to start that Canada Anzac Mexico. Last time I checked America's raise. The she goes yeah right, and then she hobbled out of this. Well. This is the thing I know. The North is more racist than north they split up white. Folks got neighborhoods Italian neighborhoods. I live in a Greek neighborhood. Kind of deep cut. A white is Greek. Where did you get these maple? Ours in Italian and Greek in the south why nobody cares! I don't care what flag occasions live under. Go buy a house and sit down. Brandon, don't nobody. I'm here with the meeting by the joker. Just heard, say Sloane, thank you for being here. Thank you for having me so I wanNA, talk a bit about New York generally you know. What is your first memory of it before you moved here for the daily show in two thousand seventeen. Had you come to New York before? Have you ever considered moving here? I'm a come in I was breaking a theater in Pennsylvania. In quakertown Pennsylvania doing summer stock theatre so basically it's when dear to companies just have like a summer run of shows I was working there between my junior and senior year of college and I. Think we got the weekend off for like a Memorial Day maybe in so that was the first time I ever came to New York and after hearing about new. York for so long, and it's greatness in its that, and then I get here and I said to my friend. I I came to Disneyland, but the rides were off shore and I'm just like I. Don't understand what the big deal is and that's when I learned that. I wasn't a fan of the city. That's what I learned at the tender age of twenty that the city's trash, so you know just being out all day in a white shirt in my shirt, being filthy Blowing my nose and look like welding for six hours. The lack of air conditioning in summertime, so it was very much like I'm not a fan, and then I didn't come back again until twenty sixteen lead a comic Picky O'Leary at. A comedy? Festival, on North Carolina it. We got to be good friends, and he just moved to L. A. and I was on the road touring and got a break. Like April or May and she was like well. Just come to New York for two weeks. You can stay with me and she actually lived a mile from where I live now in New York. Brooklyn had been to yonkers had been in Manhattan, had been said been all over just in the two times that I'd come and I was like. Oh! Queens actually story since I live here now but I've been here two times before and just solidified that this is not a place for me. So you're born in Miami you grew up in Atlanta, and then after college. You started. Stand up, Atlanta you then move to La and then as I said for the day I'll show. You moved to New York. What are your first survey? Shins about living in New York as it? New Yorker. The city, trying to kill you on a daily basis Is the first thing that I learned, but I think the most annoying thing. Is just people's overall. Very, staunch objection to people saying that they don't like the city. I think is a very odd thing. That people are so. Caught up in either being from here or saying there from here. But it seems to be when people move to New York. You know it's one of those cities who dream of moving to like I made it. I moved to New, York or made it I moved to La, but the difference kind of seems to be that. People move away. They just moved to La when people moved to New York. They have to go through some trial by fire to become a New Yorker. And I was like this is a very odd thing to me where it's just like you have to prove yourself to a city. It just seems weird to me because I. Don't like going Toe to toe with the municipality. Not I was born to do not made for that, and so I think when you make something your identity than when I say I. Don't like the city people taking so personally because it feels like a personal attack. Where are you talking about it on stage immediately or whenever you started started doing standup living in new? York where you mean like this place is trashed, and you guys all have Stockholm Syndrome like. Was it a thing that immediately felt like you should talk about onstage. I am but tendency to talk about things that affect me things that are at the forefront of my mind in so the things that were at the forefront of my mind were. Everyone talks about how it's hard, but it's always the she's got to go through. You've got to get through it and it was just. You know I couldn't find the grocery stores that I wanted to go to it. was you know all of these things that were difficult like I grew up eating. Mexican food going grocery stores where I could find Mexican products, Latino products, and so you know seeing how split up the city is, but then people telling me all the time you know on perpetuating this idea that the south is the only place in America. That's racist. That was annoying to me because I've experienced more racism outside of the south. Then I've experienced in the south, but also grew up in Atlanta. So you know I grew up around black people and white people who are accustomed to being around black. People, I group in a different environment. And I grew up in a very diverse environment so. Being in L. A. and being in new. York it. was you know when I got to? La I used to tell jokes about how like I'm layin couldn't find the black people they got. I don't know where they are. And then. You know coming to New York. It was kind of the same thing were just like. Everybody split up in the not split up like this in a lot of places, so it was immediately talking about this is what I've observing. This is what I'm feeling. This is what I'm seeing so once. I started getting like my sea legs of you know. Does nightmare Just, really talking about. That had gone. Do is to scene or stuff that people said to me. In the joke, the cone you talk about an interaction. You had dago with a woman. Is that based on a real event or is that just sort of like? A place to set a sort of experience that you were having. Data joke is a collection of multiple experiences. That I've had it kind of culminated into this one. Saying or it's like you know people always telling me about these Bodega. Learning about them and use no, it's. 'cause it's the corner. Store that sells food in my mind is like this food can't be. Safe everyone can't be meeting. Healthcare codes like there's just not. The one around the corner from my house for a long time. They had a cooler, but it wasn't cold. Some, we're keeping US Delhi. This cooler isn't I'M GONNA die in here, so there's data interaction or sometimes meeting people who live in New York their whole lives. And its tunnel vision where they just can't imagine. Them interacting with someone WHO's not? From here, yeah. And it's like I can't believe you're not from New York man their forty nine of this. What are you talking about? Also there's so much tourism in the city. What are you talking about? So? That was one conversation that I had with someone or people wanting to say well, you know new. York's dot is racist that and it's just like. It would just mean meting multiple people having multiple conversations in kind of just all culminated into this one conversation for this bit. In, general, what does like writing a joke? Look like for you. I mean I think forever convenient. It's a little bit different of how much it's actually writing words down. How much just talking on stage and remembering it you know. How does a thing like this of all? My process is different from different comics because I. Have performance background. So, a Lotta Times as soon as I think of a joke, a lot of comics right and right a bit over and over to they feel like the wording is perfect. And then they do it on stage me. If I get the framework in the idea of you know the premise, setup with the punchline is going to be I. Perform it as quickly as I can. Just, because the whole point is to perform in anyway. And how the audience reacts is going to tell me. where the Latte it's like I know where the punchline is, but sometimes there's little things that you can say in a setup of joke that end up. Being funny like I have certain bits, which just I'm just telling what happened, and I've gotten laughs in the setup of jokes because it's this is just how my brain works, but that also ended up being a fun thing that the audience Enjoyed so for me, it's soon as I. Get an idea I wanna go, perform it and work it out Are there specific places? Are you deliberate about I'm thinking about your colleague at the daily show Roy with junior who like very deliberate about how he goes to different rooms for different things are. Are you since so much about the interaction with the audience? Are you thinking about like Oh if I for this joke to make sense I needed do. These specific places or or anything like that? You have to remember the Roy Junior robot. Alien. Roy is very technical. About how he works, no one works. Like Roy no one. No one works Roy. So with me. It's just. I WanNa try this as many places as possible. To See if it works because there's just certain jokes that are just funny. To you. And there's always going to be things that are just funny to you. In no matter how many times you try out on stage with audience tried front of. It's just funny to you, and sometimes it's a comic. You have those bits you just like I know, they're not gonNA, laugh at this and I don't care I just said this for me. Because I'm doing a six show weekend and I want something that makes me laugh while I'm in the middle and all of this. But I just try to work it as often as I can. I don't always have like a specific place in mind. So I want to walk through the joke and I should say you do version of this joke and your comedy central half hour as well which was filmed I think nine months, or so before your code and set, so it's interesting there, sir, small differences that can kind of reveal how this sort of joke evolved in its later stages in your half hour. You sort of. Have this conversation. Where just like sometimes people say this? Where were you have sort of exchange? Where in the cone set your very deliberate about forming it like a story and having sort of an interaction with the woman, and it's more of a scene. Can you talk about either sort of how that evolved or you sort of what you like better about structuring it more of a as like a full scene or story? Well on the CONAN. Nine months later, so I had gotten to. The joke had developed more, but also in the half hour. I had to cover. More jokes. That a longer amount of time in, so it's some jokes I did shorten a little because I wanted to be able to talk about more things. And also as a comic, you have your. Your five minutes your ten minutes. Set Your fifteen thirty. In the near forty five forty five hour. So There are some jokes that I would tell where it's. All right I've got more time or I've got less time. In this situation actually ended up being in the shorter set. I did a longer version of the joke. But after doing the joke more. Because before it was just working the half hour work in the half hour, so had the joke, but I was just working at half hour, and then after doing the half hour, but that was still a new joke. I'm like well. I have it did it for the half, hour. But. Let's see if I keep working this joke. How much more I can fit it. Like what more can I do with it? You see what I'm saying so after messing with it in tweaking it and seeing you know. How much more can I interact with the woman? What morale's could I learn? What else can I say? By the time we got to the CONAN's that I'd got to a point where I had a little bit more that was in it. And I had to make the decision to our one. Do the shorter version of it or do I wanna see how would seem 'cause for me? I liked having joke of added. More depth to it night expanded it some more and I'd like being able to perform that on Conan, because I liked that joke, your you know. The woman's voice had changed and develop more, and you know I was able to have a longer conversation with her, and but is able to put more little joke. Some more little tags in so. From where it was in the half hour. I like where it is in the half hour. But. After you on doing that job on talked to a couple of comics, and they were like you know see what more you can put in. See how much more you could mess with because you know sometimes with jokes, it's you know I'm trying to get all the juice out of the orange. It's this is all I can do with this, but with this one. It was like I could really tell a bigger story I could really show more interactions. I can really show you know my disdain for this woman. This woman disdain for me and I tried a couple of different endings. Because at some point, it didn't have an ending just stopped. All right. How's this conversation? And was? There was times I was working at where it's like. The joke ended not ended up being the bad guy. I can't be the bad guy in the situation. This woman accosted me. She's talking Shit. How do I get to this ending? And so by the time I got to do in Conan then it was like okay. Now I got to the ending one so I wanNA go through sort of not line by line, but sort of the order that to see what you like about certain parts of how those ideas came to you, you know the joke opens with two years ago. I was forced to move to New, York, because of success, which is a line that you've had for a while. I feel like how you introduce a lot of new. York material. What do you? What do you like about that phrasing? Feel like it tells the audience that you like. I'm always been a big fan of Bayton switch I'd I watch a lot of British murder mystery. Into so you know because I never wanted to live in New York. In my life in my life, my goal was to never live here. And I knew for work I was going to have to be here. Because I come to New York once I started doing standup fulltime and put a sixteen hours coming here all the time shooting stuff Between Two thousand sixteen twenty eighteen dislike eight episodes the comedy. Knock out, so I was coming here all the time for work, and you know shooting other projects doing other things so I knew I was going to have to come here to work I. Just never know that My. Paying rent here. That's what I never in just like you know in the back of your mind, and just like I know I'm going to end up living here. I knew I already knew it I already knew it this. Just how work goes yeah. And so basically it was just how. My brain processes it. Where it's like I, never wanted to move here, but I had to move here because of a good job So I'm my mind. It's I was forced to move here. Because of success and I. You know I got an email from somebody and it was just like. Oh. You don't like New York. Like you came here for success. How dare you talk about the city and I usually don't respond, but I was just in Corona, brain and I. Just emailed her back I. don't care. I don't care. Again it just goes back to people just Cape Them for the city so hard, but it's just like. Yeah just. because. It's a good opportunity to be there. Like one of my friends who grows up here is always talking shit about La I'm just like I'm sorry. Don't like sunshine and beaches. What are you saying? You sound stupid? It sounds stupid. Odd, but like people are faking. Oh, because people here are better what he stop it. Stop it! You just want to hate because people love to hate La. This is the thing about people from La. They don't care yeah new. York is always. It's very interesting to me because people like L., a. and people like so. An. I always thought it was interesting, but yet lying came about where just like. That's just my brain's way of processing. Thousand is a funny thing via like you're forced into a situation because something good happen to you. Let's not being forced into situations happens. Usually good things don't happen when you're forced into something So that's the other thing I just thought it was a funny juxtaposition of words. 'cause it always jolts the audience like ours force him. Oh, no, because of success. Wait what what? She hold on high because I can see the audience go. Those things don't match. At all, and that's my favorite way to put things together. I imagined so so good at like at the beginning, earning confidence of people who it's like I'm successful. I immediately am in control of this. It's like a good introduction to make sure the audience listening. Yeah because I. had a comic saving me one time like I was doing a show in Atlanta in the crowd was so rowdy so drunk so loud. and. I started speaking because what most comics do is when crowds around, you'd like that. They try to yell over the audience speak, louder. But that makes the audience speak louder so now we're in a competition fifteen. The basically, just almost yelling, his whole set a fun thing to watch because he got off stage exhausted. But one thing. I started doing that. I didn't even notice I was doing and I. Think Because I've done theater for so long. Is I understood the power of volume? When it comes to attentiveness. So we had a really rowdy crowd in as opposed to. Yelling over them I started speaking more quietly. And I didn't notice it and I got off stage in another comp like. When you drop your volume. They stopped talking. As it, yeah, because I was A. Year. What do you mean these? Comics yell over the crowd. You dropped your volume down so since you dropped your volume down. They started paying attention. and. I didn't realize that I did it. In the next time it happened, and I did it. I was like. This is what he was saying because I'd been performing for so long theater instincts kind of kicked in. Because like a lot of times you do children's shows. When the kid starts to get real rowdy, you bring your volume down. Because if you can hear someone at a regular volume, you can just talk over them because you're not paying attention, but when someone brings the volume down. When someone's whispering to you, they're trying to tell you something important. So, you're natural. Instinct is to go wait. They dropped their, would they? Would they say week or they? Would they say what they say? So you're natural, instinct is to pay attention when someone drops volume. So that's one of the things that I kind of. Have just figured out. Just performing in having that kind of background, where it's like no matter where I've been all over the country all over the world as you have a rowdy crowd. As an adult yelling at a group of adults people, some people resent that. So you can't come in with the wagging of the fingering, you guys I got a two drink minimum. I spent too much to be here. You're not gonNA yell at me. So. It's kind of giving the audience a decision. But it's like either. You can lower your voice. Or you can hear what I'm saying. But I'm not going to yell at you all adults in here. Dealing with an audience comic, dealing with an audience as a theater performance different because there's a fourth wall. So, I've had the audience watch me. And perform, and then I've had it when directed with them, so it gives you a different perspective. But it's interesting that you you. You essentially have figured out. I mean it's like I'll say that that sort of pacing and your use of volume modulated. It's like I think of the definitive dossier Sloan. Technique or like when I think of your comedy I think of that, and it seems like you're to figure out a way to sort of recreate. A dynamic, that makes sense for how the audience should behave. Your like your job is to listen to me. That's how I know. Auditors should behave. Let me make sure I. Could and your instincts wise? Forget a way to sort of recreate that. By talking quieter talking slower pausing if it if it means, they need to catch up. It's Is it, does it. Do. Feel like ultimately because you do that. You were able to sort of recreate. A similar sort of relationship to the audience where they they do listen to you in a way that you feel like they should. Yeah, because sometimes you have crowds that are just not gonNA. Some crowds just aren't gonNA. Listen. Yeah, and it's. Your their background noise sometimes. And sometimes comics resent that. where it's like. They came. They came to the show I, won't. They? Shut up and just like they just wanted to be somewhere. In May, just happen to come to where your job is. Just wanted to be somewhere, so I try not to have disdained for an audience. You know sometimes you go to shows. And it's a big room like say it's an open mic or even like a book show. There's only fifteen twenty people there. Or even ten. And a lot of comics like Oh, we could have done this in my living room and get on. They'll they'll be. that. There's not a lot of people there in after like three or four comics doing that I sometimes go. Thank y'all for coming Because we have saying this to each other to ourselves. I'm not GonNa Shit on the fact that there's twenty people here because we could have been saying this zero people. Insert kind of like to not feel like sometimes like I. Call them like anti crowd Dj's. DJ's they'll start playing a really popular song in a everybody gets up and then they'll switch. To a song that no one's heard of it, they enjoy. In I'm like this is literally not your job. This is literally not your job. Your job is to keep the party gone. And so sometimes we give the audience too much credit. Sometimes you don't the audience enough credit. You know been on shows where all of us have just like these outdoor shows that we're doing now. I was in one in Brooklyn like two weeks ago and was outdoor show at a brewery and the. The man that building across the street I guess in appreciated. There was outdoor comedy, so he started playing salsa music very loudly, so he's blasting salsa music thin. There is fireworks going off every thirty minutes then there's buses coming by every twenty minutes then there's various cars rolling by in motorcycles. And then this was the first weekend that like everybody had really been out of their house after quarantine. And so the audience just has puppy energy, so they're happy just to be out into. See each other, so it's the audience isn't listening. There's music blasting this fireworks going on. There's multiple vehicles drying Bhai. Nobody is listening. Nobody's listening. One point I looked at the booker. I was just like I. Think you need an intermission? As he I think we all need just a moment. I think they need to be able to talk I. All just race at for second, and she's like you going up, absolutely, not no. I've done. Stand up at almost. The fourth or fifth fourth time of the stand up in four months I. Am not put myself through this. No, no! It's some of the comic book. They're not listening and I was like we have to acknowledge why they're not listening. They finally got to come out of their houses. You know. We made it literally are happy to be alive. You're happy, not be afraid for that three hours. Just be out around people, and then you're having a drink in It's like in. We're happy to be out. Be Able to perform against which is like we have to acknowledge where they are. And like doing outdoor shows like listen. We have worked in months and we're all like we don't know what's going to happen. In these outdoor shows are a new thing and last night. I decided to stay I'm just like. Whatever comes out of my mouth is whatever comes out of my mouth. 'cause I have to acknowledge. I think this is one of the Times where everyone's really looking at the audience and ourselves going. We've all been through a lot. We've all been very scared for very long time. How do you reconcile these things? How do we is our new normal sitting outside because we literally can't be endorsed. Back to the joke, the E coli sandwiches part. What is that Joe Communicate for you? What do you like about? Calling the Mykola sandwiches. On that goes back to the data near my house, having a cooler with lunch meeting, but cooler wasn't called. Yeah, but I also feel like the Sacramento friends as you're telling me every single Bodega in the city. The food, is. Safe. Every single one. Police had multiple recalls and that is a chain. So every single privately independently owned Bodega. This food is safe. I refuse to believe that. Rave. To believe that. I've been food poisoning from chain restaurants before, so no not GonNa believe everything. You're safe, so that's what it comes from. Being a skeptical a bogus, so then we meet this woman, and as you mentioned, it's interesting to watch this sort portrayal evolve as an actor. How do you approach this moment? How do you sort of inhabit this character? I just see her as that. You know the old lady you see who you can tell lived in the city her entire life. And You know it's an older lady who kind of you know. She's got her cane. Her Walker and You know how no matter how far a lean you know it's. She's got the Old Lady Kinda like lean. His shoulders forward. she's got like that. Rolling Walker and you know no matter what happens. She's still going to go the four flights up to her apartment. I don't know how she does. She does it every time. it and that's why. I said that you know that line where talking her voice, and it was like because they all sound like which is to me, because they do. That's what a witch sounds like to me. Like. That's what that's what I've been shown. And so that's what I. I wanted to create the image of that you know. Old, woman, if I couldn't do the physicality over like. Her voice. 'cause involve interact like if you've been in new. York interacted with a woman sounds like this. Yeah, and so I wanted to do. Her voice was like. Oh, no, exactly the old lady you're talking about. You mentioned the sort of because they all sound like which is part follows like A. Classic Sloan! Thing where you say because you know I'm talking about you have like. I went to the grocery store the other day to buy food, because I'm human or ice to live in La because. You sort of stew. A lot of because is a big word for you. I don't know if you noticed that. I think those are just tags. That are kind of us. Like! Silly aside moments in my brain. Used to live in, La is use leads me man. It's just me going. This is just how my brain goes. His final thing that I thought about. It is like a little tag on a setup. Usually usually, it's like you said a thing. That's not a joke. Let me get a little joke in there while I sort of continue on with my trajectory. Yeah I think as you know because. When I started Big, Kenny Jonsson Mentor me. DOING STAND UP In, so. Because he'd come doing. No black rooms urban rooms. You have to have a laugh every thirty seconds just how the rooms go. You know 'cause started I would be in. You know mainstream rooms white runs. And you'd see a guy. Do a one minute to minute. Setup joke without a laugh and I'm like this would not fly. In a black robe. Because the pacing black rooms is different. and. We all know the difference between you know seeing certain comics how they're setups were I can tell you know which clubs in work doom and or How the their style coming up so for me is the kind of that we're keeping to that. I like to have little laughs as building up to a punchline. And I think with those little asides. On setups in premises. It's giving the audience that little. That little laugh. WHO's in my mind is like the idea of just stacking the laughs. Like this little piece in this little piece in boom, here's a big thing, but along the way because I also think if people have those little laughs. They're paying more attention. Because I've seen setups. Premise was from just like y'all do I know this joke I quit listening. So in the comedy, central presents or the half hour woman goes. You're not from New York. What do you mean you're not from new? York you say no, but for the grace of God I was not born here. Thank you. She goes where you from you go, Atlanta. You're welcome, and that turns into no Ma'am I'm from the South and she goes. What do you mean you're not from New York? And then you go ma'am there forty-nine other states. Can you talk about what what the second version wise. Why do you like that? Better, what do you feel like that achieves? That's switch up. I added it because that was. I'd had interaction when someone. Where the woman like what do you mean you'RE NOT NEW YORK? The fuck kind of questions is. What are you talking about? Is You're not from that. She just could not imagine someone not being. From where she was from him, but doesn't entire planet. Wouldn't are you talking about and that was just me processing that interaction. 'cause it was just like how you not understand. People live other places. Why are you messing with? Because it felt like she was messing with me, so that's all that is was I'd handed interaction where women just could not believe. That I was of from your. There's a whole planet. So, then she says people racist in the south, and you say mean the part of the south that starts in Canada ends in Mexico. You know! That that's the type of joke that when people see, stay ups, upstart like well. Someone must've like been writing that out for weeks or months, or whatever is that something? You'll riff on stage. Is that something that sort of will come to you as you sort of like noodling on the idea in your head? That was a riff. WHOW! The job saying Howard's just. If you see my first cone set When I come out, and I say you know I know you're wondering why. This big Mitch Spa is because Bravo's one hundred dollars in for five hundred dollars. That was written. For. The first time I said the joke was a riff. Kept it because somebody was like? Here's another comic Gilbert lowering after I did he was like. It's funny, have to keep that, but the reason that I said it was because I had on a late shirt. And Awesome Bras were expensive and I got tired of wearing solid shirts over. Of Underwear. And so it was just. This is a riff, and it works in like that it worked. and. That goes back to people. Even the part of the south. cannons in Mexico was my most distinct way of saying. One Stop Painting all the racism in America on the south. To all of America's racist, so since you think that the only place in America that is racist as the South I'm GONNA make the. South entire country. Was the way that I process that information. wanted to ask you because you mentioned the the Jews the joke and I I was thinking that in an old interviewed. You were just talking about how like that? Like a Goto stage outfit was sort of Leopard print, and then your brush show, it gets capacity, and even in this code and say you're also wearing leopard and you. You see it's not. You're not wearing a shirt, but there's a little bit of your brought showing. Why is that if you're a superhero? He's sort of your uniform. Why is that sort of like your wardrobe for the? Don't say Sloan show. What do you like about that? What do you think tell the audience? Well I shop. A shop a lot of rainbow. Because up until I started doing daily like the third time was on daily show. If you saw me on TV I was wearing rainbow. The Rainbow Clothing. Store and Rainbow. At one point started selling a lot of in I started buying it. In Lebanon, very pappas on seat on Bras Yongkang Hides and so that was what was trendy at the time. And I enjoyed wearing. It is apparently America decided to put all fat women one print. I guess that we blend into each other I. Don't know why It was just what was prevalent at the time. Because I was wearing leopard print all the time I ended up having a bit from Exotic Girl Cometh we in college asked me do our leopard-print. Remind me were come. Vigil Georgia what are you saying we talk about and so again. It was just meat processing information. Is Truly what it is, but leopard-print was fine. It was an abundance. Will Ford and just up being something that I ended up wearing a lot in. Started going into florals, they weren't as abundant. Filling floral print outfit when my friends meals like. Wait a minute. Where's flowers now? Like a man you know, get into. Changes are live drama. Evolve it was just. That was the clothes. So. Those close over out. The schools can afford clothes fit. Ended up in a land left breath. We're right back with more dulcie Sloan. and. We're back with say. So, in the conversation with the woman ends with you, saying you know, find me a part of America. That's not racist and I'll move today, but as you said you worked on the ending, and it changes to last time. I checked America's racist and her. Just saying you're right, which end leaving, which is of much sillier and. Yes I love that that's my part of the Joke I love that. Can you talk? Talk about how you as you said you struggle to figure out what you liked about sort of being like all right, never mind. I tried out different endings to the joke to find out which got the best reaction from the I. Band, so it's you know finally part of America's race that move today. It would get a laugh, but I think it would make the audience stink. And it was like already gave you the part where I wanted you to think I want you now. Let's joke. Laugh done. And so. That came about with trying to get out of the bit, but not knowing how to get out of a bit like I'm not gonNA. Use The ending that I have so. Let's just see what happens. and. He's at one point. That bit was longer conversation with longer. Compositions long the short and back down and I had to find a balance between me and heart. His the first I was looking like the bad guy, and she was looking at bad guy, but I think it was kind of more fun. To, just get to the point relating. Yeah, you're right. Just Kinda be done. Because I used to go, she was like. Yeah, you're right, and then she. was like. Well, you didn't buy anything camera store to mess with me. That didn't always landed. Like okay I've been pushed perish. This lady just leaving the store. then. It's not a tag. I'm just. Talking about Joe now, so that doesn't work so but the idea of her kind of accepting. It was also fun to me because if this old woman came at me with all of this homelessness. Wayne, you're not from New York in Southwest Racist Benelux came with all of these. Things can acknowledge that. everywheres races. That's kind of my way of getting the audience to this Old Lady. That all Americans races. Then you can also accept this information. And then you, you sort of explained for their this sort of criticism of the north and. Do, you, remember when it locked in that you like I live in a Greek name hood, and like this idea of internal white racism. The service separating the white groups do remember when that locked in. what I learned about all different neighborhoods in new. York as a kid is what? I realized that because you'd see about New York. It's like this is the Talian neighborhood. We just Kinda the hell. Are they talking about? We'll just white people. What are we saying here? Why, are you splitting them up? Cause for us. By William, way of processing the white on white racism, 'cause like when I was doing shows in Chicago. You know because here. It's talion Irish Greek in Chicago. Is Russian and Polish so I switched. My group's a white folks when I was in Chicago for the weekend doing shows, mom. Anyway they were like. Yeah, you're right. This is wild. The Zach flew out, so it's my way of processing, but also it's my way of explaining to Yankees. You are not better than southerners. You're out better. Because a lot of people from the north. Have this idea. That because. They're not these shoeless toothless southerners. They're better. And so, I'm like no, if you WANNA, see how truly ridiculous you are, you talk about black white racism y'all have white on white racism. Deny racist you have to be. To break down white people. And, that's where the whole point of that is richest going. You're not better than the. Ben Then! You Baroness. How does how did this joke play differently depending on where you are sort of different parts of the country or different rooms when I tell that joke in the south they. Love. And it's also them going yeah! The waiver races them us because the thing is like when I tell the joke here. I've got a lot of new. Yorkers go up twingo. I never even thought of him. It is ridiculous. Or had New Yorkers come up with me. Go, so wait in Sokaia It's just white and black. We have other things to do. We. Don't care, can't we could get shit? Or you're white. Cool! Come on, like I said. No one cares on your brand of whiteness. We don't give a shit we don't. Who has time for that, we Jim crow laws who the fuck airs, who cares and it's always been my thing, or it's like only reviews split off. Italians Irish because they were Catholic. That's why you split them off. That's what you've made them different. That's why you did this. They were made less desirable because you needed a servant class. You needed a That's what you need it. You need someone to not be good enough. Because that's how America's setup American setup up the servant class. So you because you didn't have the numbers. Of people would formerly been in slave of Africans would formerly been enslaved in have the numbers that you had in the south. You need someone to come over that you did not respect. That you could disrespect and pay them lower wages and treat them badly, and these are the people that got picked. And you decided you hated them. For whatever reason and then separated them and kept them disadvantage in after a certain point, they just got to be white people. You know. I was thinking about this joke. Especially watching the full New York clip that they put online and knowing your fan of drag racing. You've been watching the first season and you talked about loving. Paris is burning and I kept thinking like you are reading New York for filth as they as they would say. Is there an influence in that in their do feel. I mean I've come from a tradition of John my friends so. And so there's a tradition among black people just you know. John Your friends and talking shit or whatever. In so. That make sense that that tradition that we had would also be a part of the black lgbt community. But just given more finesse. Made to really just come for someone entire lifestyle just. Getting to the acids of people because my friends, you know this plenty of comics there have jokes about like you never want to interact with a group of black teenagers because they just have a way of just finding whatever it is. Like. A, they're so good. I was a black teenager. There was a way just brakes them with inches back back back back done in that. Could you do in so? This is my way of processing things. It's I'M GONNA pick. A pick apart like this. Is You know it's just kind of? Describe without making noises, but it's it's okay. This is an audio medium, so it's fine right so it's just like back by these are the things that hit me the hardest. Susan's. These are things that hit me. The hardest is boop Boop, boop, boop, boop, I see you got it done. And so it's insulting things. They hit me the hardest things I talk about. I want to talk about your podcasts that blackout show in which you you have black creatives on to talk about the black TV movies theater that shaped him. Roy Junior onto talk about UPN here Dow Talk About Ninety sitcoms. Ron funches. You had onto talk. Buffy, the black cat, which is a movie, I remember loving growing up. I what attracted to the idea and also sort of doing it. What what trends have you seen in sort of people's choices in what they enjoyed? I was having a meeting starboard in pitching them ideas for a podcast in Judas Carpool star Burns actually pitched this idea to me. And I really liked. The idea sounds like all right well I. Like this idea when more than anything I was talking about, so let's run with that, but I do notice that everyone. When people WANNA ASK THEM WHAT TV? Show or movie? They WANNA talk about. A lot of times the same things come up living single Martin Spike Lee movies, so it's a lot of the same things. Come up! And a lot of times will have two. Very popular choices in one data likely I've heard from so I went on Wednesday nab Johnson came on. She goes like okay well. I want to talk about this I want to talk about this or women of brewster place and I was like women have Bruce Place. Because I know. A lot of people aren't going to necessarily know that I mean I remembered it ever so slightly. From when I watched as a kid. 'cause there's a mini series came out in the late eighties. Replay on TV early nineties so I picked women of brewster place, because that's a deep cut like not everybody remembers that everybody remembers coming to America. We still referenced it. But women of Brewster Place I knew that a lot of people aren't gonNA. Talk about that. So that's why you know 'cause. I let guests pick what they WANNA talk about. And sometimes like when PD daybreak I've interviewed him, and he was like I'm doing paid in full dot it more. and. Then other people give a couple of choices. I think sometimes I like to go for the less mainstream or less popular choice. Because I hope that you know people, episode and they look up women Bruce Place. On the podcast you talk about representations, sort of good examples and bad examples you talk about time where people had difficulty portraying themselves authentically usual so talk about sort of power certain. Of Representation had for your guests and how inspired them to have the careers they had? Has It made you think about your own work and or sort of what you're what you're representing or what you want to be sort of as your career progresses. I think sometimes when you're in the middle of working on something. You don't realize the impact that it has on people. Working on everything's, you realize. Oh, this could be impactful to people's lives. But I don't go into any like every time I was on comedy knockout. I wasn't like this this. IS GOING TO BRIDGE A gap. Own I didn't think that did I know that I would say something to Piss off my ex. Probably, but it wasn't a I was going to be bringing communities together. I talked about what Andy killers dating profile could be. That wasn't happening. But I filmed the movie at in Puerto. Rico at the beginning of the year called chick fight. And I was one of the leads in the movie. And I'm the only black person in the movies, all vessel very small cast. We'll just say that. Because Alec Mapa Zenit a fortune Kevin. Nash Monaco Ackerman So. That's the main cast. Small cast when I was unsettling Puerto Rico, and there were people who are extras. There were Black Puerto. Rican extras there. and. You know some of them came up to me and they were like. It's so great to see you as the lead in this movie. And I, speak, Spanish. They're talking to me in Spanish. I was. Like. Yeah, because people come down to shoot productions here all the time. We never see people that look like us as the lead actors in anything. Or even in it. So. For me, it was a huge opportunity because I'm like this is my first lead role in a movie. But then to know that there are not only. Other black women these are black women who were saying to me. You know not only the other black women. They're black women who were in the production. who were impacted by me? Just being in the movie and I didn't even about it I didn't think the impact that would have about. Puerto Rico I didn't think we'd significant people there. You. Don't always understand when you're working that. That's significant to people, especially sometimes comic. was telling being silly, so people go. No, you're really talking about real stuff. And to hear, you say see it. Come from your mathematics significant. Thank you, yeah, listening to interviews or reading some interviews with you I saw that sort of contrast between sort of how people see you, and maybe how you see yourself in a lot of people sort of call you a political comedian. And like obviously you just sort of political comedy on the daily show, but you sort of think of your standup as being more personal, but and like. You definitely, do you Joe, jokes about your personal life? A lot of the jokes about New York are sort of more personal complaints, but on the other hand. You know you chose to talk about this part of this joke. which is you know at least socio political? He talked me through how you feel about yourself as comedian as it relates to sort of being political as it relates to. Having a message. You're putting a message forward like even if it wasn't necessarily your decision or your choice to do it, but like now that you're sort of seeing yourself in that position, how as sort of your feeling evolved or is it something wrestle with? I talk about things that affect me. And the things happening affect me happen to be political things I could be one of Seinfeld comics talks about you know. Cell phones, Geez all what is like I'm not, but it's not. It's not I'm a brain works speak cloud talks live. I don't have the privilege of not having to pay attention of how people that look like treated. so all I can talk about is. How I walked life, 'cause just getting onstage, people see that as political. When I was wearing, lay shirts showing people like you making. MISSTATEMENT is my bras expensive. That statement. A lot of things that I do in say seen as quote, unquote political socio political in a dozen being that way. But all I do is just tell people about how I exist. How I walked through nature. But my existence is pillow. It sounds like it's important for you to focus on expressing yourself, and you're aware that self is political, but you as an artist. You're driven by expressing herself. And the secondary part of it is the secondary part of it, but you to keep to be true to yourself needs to focus on your personal feelings and not. How people are going to necessarily interact with. I'll never hear me, yeah. Most of my standup is meat processing, information. Talk about being single the next thing I say it's you know. But I don't see except have big boobs like that's what you told me. America told me huge boobs. Some is GONNA. Love you, so i WanNa recount, whereas do what I did, say I. I grew big titties whereas my husband. Who where? There's a live here right in so Muslim I stand up. Is Me Processing Information? It's why am I single? Why do people from the North that they're not racist? Why does America fake that is not racist? Why are we doing what we're doing? You we we talked about a little bit, but as you said you're SORTA at your core, a performer that at age sixty told your mom. You want to be an actor. And you said you see standup and acting sort of all part of your drive to perform, and you know a lot of communities are of that type. Some comedians might take themselves more writer and they. They sort of just think of standards way of communicating, but to think of yourself as a performer has quarantine made you think about your relationship with being a performer since you sort of can't do as a made, you think about your relationship with audiences and your drive to create, and how that all works together? I realize that people started asking me to do zoom shows. That I'm not that kind of performer. That's what I realized. I gave the example of. Crowds being rowdy, misspeaking lower right so because I've been acting. Since I was ten to singing dancing whatever so? The audience tells you where you can go. I've done certain shows from headlining where I know. I can talk about anything. Go anywhere in this audience will come with me and other times. I've done shows, which just like I'm GonNa take you with me whether you want to go or not. Were having an adventure come on? And then there's other audience was like all right, do myself? And I'm done or this. Other crowds was like man. I'm going to be tamed lines for the next fifteen minutes at the fight my way. He's Lucky Jumanji. Okay, let's go. We're go toe to toe with. He's awesome I. GO H fine. All of that information I just gave you all of those examples. I don't know how I can't do that those. Do Those And you don't have interest to have any interesting. because. My standup isn't saying where it's just to get a laugh. My standup is I. Want to create an experience. Because for me, this experience I'm creating an experience for me. and. They're subtleties in the crowd. Were you say something? You say something. That might you push on joking like okay? Will they let me do that? Let me see if I go a little further. Oh, they didn't like that. Let me pull back a little bit all. They did like it will push forward. So I need the audience. I need to be able to feel. Because then that lets me know how much I can play. If there's a screen, I don't know anything I'm just regurgitating jokes. Watch myself on instagram Washington you, too. Because for me, it's the same effect because any time I've been on TV. I've also been in front of an audience. Also talking to Tom Bell about it one day, and he was like listen I. WanNa bomb in my own house bomb. My House and I live with a bomb. Who wants to do that? Waking up in the morning with a bomb gotta make me in this bomb breakfast. What are you know doing this? So just for my style performing, but like I said before some connectivity writer heavy. They right right, right? And then they take it out me. Idea I got a skeleton for it and then I get on stage and put the blood muscle and. That's how I work. I'm more of a performer base comic that I am a writer based You talked about how you know. I didn't plan on becoming a comedian. Essentially out of acting school, you're living in Atlanta and a comedian. A Big Kenny kept on telling you. You should be comedian. You said that for two years. He was telling you. You should be a stand up and I believe you also have the story of sort of what really push you forward was your mom had a dream that you're a stand up? So eleven years I think it is into doing this or so. Why were they right? Now that you can see that your mom had this sort of premonition, and this comedian saw something you and now you sort of evidence proving it. Why do you think they are correct? Why? Why are you saying if you didn't know you were one? Because, sometimes people can see talent you that you don't know. Bikini fast lumped in the united know existed. or even desire to do. A my mother. You know cosigned. A mother's always been very supportive of me. There's a lot of curve in I did not realize this talk another comics and actors? My mother was on me being actor. She's make me. Court shows. Ten in all the way up through college place to do musicals and. My mother would make me costumes for show she'd give me props. When I was doing Summer Stock Theatre Pennsylvania, she drove me in a girl into school with also working there. She drove us up to Pennsylvania. So I would have my car for the summer then. She flew back to Atlanta. So Mama's always been very supportive of me and. I forget sometimes a lot of comics don't have that. And then, with the Kent, which is meeting him at this comedy club and him. Just you know he's could see that I was a performer. But. He could see that I was a comic. Another comet should give the open Mike, and that just wasn't what I saw for myself. But if I hadn't listened. To my mother into him, just taking this leap, then I would probably be in Atlanta right now, stucco. Waiting to see if I could be the next move, Yeah. I mean I assume you're in constant contact your mom, but Have you talked to either them, do they? Do they see your success and be like I, told you so or or a nicer version of I told you so. When I when I do. When I do talk to my mom. It's just been going. I'm proud of you. No one's going I. told you so. It's kind of my mother is Kinda him and my mother going. We're glad you listened to us. We're glad you gave yourself the chance and the opportunity because you're twenty. What would I twenty two twenty three? Everything. So. I'm glad that I was able to listen and take the chance because big. Kennicutt have stopped after the first time I told him no. and. He did it and I even had a professor in college. Who done stand up for a while. He told me that I should do standup because when I posted on facebook that I was doing it. He came because he told me that. My Junior Year of college this was like two thousand four, and this was two thousand nine when I had the graduations like. Like five years later came to my class. Graduation is like i. told you you were supposed to do this and I'd actually forgot that he had said until he said he was coming to the graduation, and I never thought about it, so no one's ever been like I told you so everyone's. When like were glad we were right as opposed to i. told you so. It's told. Yeah. That's a nicer way putting it that I told you so. Luda that's on means it's time for our final segment. It's. It's like a lightning round, but because it's comedy, it's laughing so. Questions each questions ideally Do you have a favorite joke, joke or strope? Baron, von has jumped Assam do years ago. where he says this is my impression of a black woman in the ocean, and it's than he does his neck, and it's absolutely ridiculous since my favorite thing. On that note, is there a joke? Another comedian tells that you wish you could steal or sort of like. It was another dimension where everything's accurate same, but this joke. Another comedian had would be your set or even premise. Just, something you saw you're like. Oh I, wish I had that are which I thought of that. Sam J has a joke about I. had a joke about why Hillary. Clinton didn't get elected. In Sam J had a joke about why Hillary Clinton did a good elected in her reasoning was way better than I saw after I saw her. Do it I quit doing the job. Do you have a comedy crush? A comedian whose comedy have crush on? Comedy I have crusher. Matt Richards what is about Matt Richards. He just has so much fun on stage. Like I have fun, but like we you see, 'cause like it. He'll do like he'll do a lot of songs, too. 'cause like we've literally been at shows in Berlin whereas Matt. Richards. When is he coming? and sell like he did fund the police song I wanNA chase outdoor shows. He has so much fun and he can you know riff songs top of his head and you know he'll do some magic, so it's just I love I! Love watching that Richard I love him. This questions called the unexpected influences. You know you've talked about growing up your big sci-fi Fan, but read aloud. You talk about your love of Korean dramas. Is there sort of any way shape or form that you can think of in which Korean dramas have influenced what you do with your comedy? Other than surprise people that I love them. No, that's okay. This should be the one Do you have a joke that you loved? But sort of never worked enough that you sort of kept on trying it. Sort of audiences didn't respond to what you did. And eventually you sort of couldn't keep it in your. You'll go to your grave. Being like that was funny. The audience is just will never get it. I do a joke like that, but I don't remember what it is because I don. It. Doesn't work just like no. My brain's more space is gone forever. It's gone forever. This episode will air after the finale of drag race. All Star season five. Who Do you want to win the finale? This season of drags all-stars. I'll shake kool-aid to win. 'cause Alexis. Matteo got set home last week so either went shea or judy beats away because we all love Juju be, and I mean it's probably. GonNa get down here. I think. Away all right say, thank you so much for doing this a really really appreciate it. Thank you for having me. That's it for another of good one. You can find dose as full cone said on Youtube, you can listen to that black ash show. Where if you get your podcast? The daily show airs daily on Comedy Central. At ten PM. Can Watch her half hour. Special on the con- central Website Fall Juicy on social media at say salone. Goodwin's produce myself Gilani. Carter Art Chung and Camilla Salazar got. Michigan ended our theme song. Writer of you and right to show NAPA podcasts five stars. Imani comments questions are lacking round suggestions to good one podcasts at GM will dot com, or tweet us at good podcast I'm Jesse David Foxy? You can follow me at Jesse David Fox. Good one production, culture culture, and the VOX media podcast network. 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S2. Ep. 07: Megan Angelo reads an excerpt from "Followers"

Storybound

27:32 min | 1 year ago

S2. Ep. 07: Megan Angelo reads an excerpt from "Followers"

"Support for this podcast comes from W W Norton publisher of under land a deep time journey by Robert, McFarland McFarland now, available in paperback under land is an extraordinary journey through the dizziness expansive geologic time and into our relationship with darkness burial and what lies beneath the surface of both place and mind Dwight Garner in the New York Times calls under land an excellent book fearless and subtle empathic and strange profound in every sense of the word says Richard Powers Pulitzer, prize winning author of the over story. Under. Land by Robert McFarlane, available in paperback wherever books are sold. Hey, if you love listening to the show, please consider giving a rating and review on Apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts we want to continue bringing you the show for free and part of our ability to do that means we need a big audience. It may not seem like it but rating and reviewing the show will help more people find us you just search story bound on apple podcasts, scroll to the bottom and push five stars stat easy. If you'd like, you can even know explaining why you love the show. Thank you. Hi I'm Megan Angelo and you're listening to story bound. Welcome to story bounds presented by radio and the POD glomming. I'm your host Jude. In just one minute, you will hear Megan Angelo read an excerpt from her book followers with an original composition by Tim Carp. Support for this podcast count from. CDW. On Dell Technologies. Bet cdw, Gee we get the migrating your agency to a hyper converged infrastructure is challenging. GotTa do it gotTa do it slowdown friend CDW Jeez experts can help simplify your transition from legacy to hyper converged infrastructure with Dell technology solutions that offer speed and agility. Have you done it? Why isn't it done yet it orchestration by cdw. People who get it find out more at CDW DOT com. Slash. DELTEC. I everyone jude here, and I'm here to tell you about a podcast called Harry Potter and the sacred text in this podcast. Harvard divinity school graduates and Co host. Finessing Casper have embarked on a five year journey to take a deeper dive into all of the Harry Potter Books Together, this duo will relive the magic of the text chapter by chapter exploring themes of commitment revenge forgiveness. And some of life's big questions, you can join Vanessa and Casper this season as they explore book seven Harry Potter and the deathly hallows if you're considering starting or jumping back into Harry Potter or if you're enthralled with thoughtful in enlightening conversations, this is the perfect podcast for you just searching listen to Harry Potter and the sacred text on apple or wherever you're listening to this podcast. the morning was for numbers. Marlow gets seven to take one pill in front of she gave a mental glance at the dashboard that kept track of her followers blinking on the screen inside her mind. Eleven point six, million people as of this moment. She hooked the quilt beneath her armpits in two places. Wardrobe Malfunction Prevention had installed loops on all her bedding. Headstone prongs into the lace of the short silk gowns she wore to bed. Then she sat up and took three deep breaths opening her eyes on the last one. She blamed four times on hurried. Smiled twice. I smile was meant to look sleepy to hint at consciousness emerging. The second was mental spontaneous Giddy as if she had just remembered that she was alive and felt unspeakably blessed. To. Look in other words as though the pill worked that fast. Lately Marlow. had been adding some movement to the second. Smile. Sign and stretching her arms over her head. But the network had sent her clucking note yesterday reminding her to aim for consistency wherever possible departure from long-held routines can seem to the audience like signs of emotional trouble. Her followers had other concerns. After Marlo lowered her palms this morning she closed her eyes just in time to see a comment scrolling. Is it me or does MAR have Kinda Chubby Armpits marlow looked at. Ellis sleeping stomach down beside her she couldn't ask him if he thought her armpits were fat. To bring it up on camera would be to acknowledge the followers comment to acknowledge the existence of followers at all. This was against employee policy. which was a total farce. Of course, her followers knew she knew they were watching. They knew she could see them talking about her. But the fact that she and the other talent never let on that they pretended to be living. This was what her followers wanted. they like to feel like voyagers they didn't want to be looked in the eye. And so as her contract stated. The Constellation Network has zero tolerance policy on spell breaking. She got up and padded across the bedroom listening to the faint saw of the cameras in the ship lap walls bruce sliding on their tracks to follow her. The writers have been editing her closet again marlow saw when she pulled its doors open. Yesterday as the day stretched empty before her marlow had reclined in her backyard Cabana. Eyelids close behind her sunglasses. And intuited lazily. Vintage. Fashion Images. The browsing obsession, the obsession turned into a wardrobe request that was filled within the hour. As marlowe sat cross-legged in her Sarong on the Doug. Gray cushion. Eating Spinach Salad with strawberries. A drone descended from the sky and landed on the deck. It unfurled its arms to release a metal bar hung the clothes she had asked for. Genes with the knees cat clawed out. Shelterless blouses that billowed in the breeze as they settled down in front of her. When she put everything on Marlo grinded herself in the mirror feeling like a twenty teens pinup. But then she saw her dashboard probably with feedback. Those pants just made me second guess being on the same Med sir someone wrote. That night as she lay in bed. Milo heard the overnight drone making more noise than usual. After it cleaned and filed the dishes after fold the blankets she and LS. Left slopped on the couches ambled to bed. She heard the drown pushing its way into her closet clattering around. Sure enough this morning, all her vintage looks were gone. Now. She pulled on the lime-colored Hoodie and matching leggings off a hanger if the network cared so much about what she wore, let them green screen it in themselves. Such a bold floral on that card again but she's pulling it off when the follower comment that appeared a moment later clicking to by. Marlow fought the gag that rose inside her at the phrase. Bold floral. She swore someone in Wardrobe. had it out for her? On the other hand she thought as she went into the kitchen and open the fridge, she had a guardian Angel and craft services. Science had definitively linked caffeine to anxiety recently, and the network had immediately freaked about the optics of Marlow consuming it. But someone in crafty had come to the rescue developing a coffee just for her that could be died to look like cold press juice. Now marlow and capped plastic bottle with a label that read carrot apple. took a sip of cotta colored liquid. And tasted the bitter cool of is just wrestle. The sensation loosened her instantly her shoulders retreated downward her heart rose her face relaxed. She could sense herself having an attractive moment and as if on cue she heard a muted snap. The camera in the brass knob on a cabinet door across from her had detected and captured a still image. Perfect. The hysterical add that would be patched onto the corner of her live feed in marlow counted three to. Does always looks so content though someone piped up on her dashboard next time, they do a promo code for sterile and they give it a shot. Think it's weird. The way she drinks juice. She's like. The tiny sips I bet she's on poppy and their CGI shed. Marlow froze with her lips on the bottle. She waited a beat for the comment to clear. Then tipped her head back and forced herself to take a giant Gulp of her drink. She exhaled discreetly. To keep from releasing the tale coffee char of her breath. Then she stifled smile her followers couldn't smell her. Her heartbeat stuttered as it always did when she came up with another thing. Though sometimes, she'd go years on end without adding to the list. Things I, have to myself. The our between three and four am when the network broke for ad interruption dressing rooms, doctor's office chambers and bathrooms in her home and Oliver Town. Her favourite was a toilet stall in the Vegan Gastro pub downtown. As a teenager, she used a nail file to scratch mean things about some of her ruder followers into its enamel walls. And now her smell. Something small but hers alone. You are listening to story about. And now for a short break. Hey. It's Jude Burr. I just wanted to tell you about a podcast called the history of literature. It's a show that covers everything from the life and works of literary giants, Tolstoy Industrial, ASCII to lighthearted topics like the best of the Bar Shakespeare's greatest lines and overrated the books you don't need to read. The past five years host, Jack Wilson and his guests have explored everything from Gilgamesh took a goal seeking out the most unusual compelling and inspiring stories from the world of literature with his special blend of self loathing and optimism Jack, tackles. Every book if it could change his life and more often than not, it does just that at its heart. The history of literature podcast is a celebration of what we love about literature and life it will appeal. To anyone who enjoys passionate intelligent and unpretentious conversations about the beauty and importance of great books previous and forthcoming episodes of the show featured guests such as Tom Peralta Alison. hagey Charles Baxter Amanda Stern Joshua Ferris. Matt. Gallagher Tobias. Wolff and comedian Joe Para the history of literature is brought to you by the pod llamas new episodes run every Monday and Thursday and you can listen today by subscribing on Apple podcasts or wherever you are listening to this show. Everybody has heard fairytales, but did you know that original versions of fairy tales were not suitable for children? Every Wednesday the park has networks. PODCAST tales uses premier storytelling to present these stories as they were originally told orally and unadulterated tales doesn't cover the popular watered down versions of the stories are familiar with today. These tales are riddled with lust tragedy murder and more. You'll feel like you're in the middle of a story book as. You hear these Classic Tales described vividly here classic tales such as Peter Pan the boy you cried wolf and Briar Rabbit brought to life as you've never heard them before with many more details to come you think you know the story but do you really follow tales for free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts or you can visit park dot com slash tales to listen. Now that's P. A. R. CAST DOT COM Slash Tales. And now we returned from break. This was how it had gone at Jacqueline's parties for nearly a decade. Marlow sat on the Cantaloupe Colored Sofa against its right arm her good side, facing. Camera. East. Ida slumped opposite her on the Daisy Pattern club chair droning on early. Marlou had once liked being across from. Ida back when the woman was a body sloppy drunk but these days items sober and a stay at home mom and she spent most of Jacqueline's parties performing small dramas about her allergies. Marlow had seen AIEDA walk around an adamant like it was a landmine sniffling Oh God is that Mohair. Routinely flung herself across the room to close a window whining, sorry pollen I have to. Once, failing to detect IDA's allergy profile from her device a server bat had extended a tray of shrimp cocktail her way. Ida had gone to city hall. The next week made a twenty minute speech about her hives. And insisted that the network decommission and dismember. MARLA recalled with a scandalized chill. The offending machine but tonight. Ida was missing. Recast without explanation, a new girl olive skinned and sleek formidably cheekbones with bronze lipstick and black hair parted into pigtails braids. Sat in IDA's chair with her bare feet pulled up under her like she had been here forever. Marla Jacqueline who stood in the center of the thick sand colored carpet holding up something called a scrunchy. At these parties Jacqueline push things that according to her invites changed her life. At gadgets soothes ugly quilted handbags. Marlow new new that none of these things had really changed Jacqueline's life. The network chose the items based on sponsorship agreements. Then Jacqueline through parties where she raised them up and gushed about them to her dozen in-person guests and her roughly nine point, nine million followers plus all of her guests followers to. The items the network chose reflected Jacqueline's core audience. Demo. Married Mothers across America Age Twenty eight to forty four who tuned in while folding laundry around nine pm on weeknights. Though, Jacqueline fits squarely in with her followers. She was thirty eight with two daughters. She was always embarrassed when someone mentioned her demel. It makes me feel so old and boring she told Marlow once. It's better than mine marlow had said. No one would argue with that. Where's IDA marlow call to Jacqueline raising her voice above the scrunchy induced. oohs and aahs. Jacqueline ignored her she pushed the scrunchy onto her wrist and waved her hand around for all to see. And it's super cute is a bracelet she said. Jack. Marlowe repeated is on vacation. The end of her sentenced slipped under the clatter of something breaking on the ground. The women turned to see a server Bot. Bent over the shards of a wine glass. marlow watched the lillies in the coffee table vase twist in the same direction. They're scarlet pistols stretching train their tiny cameras on the action. She could swear the bought had dropped the glass to drown out the sound of his name. When she looked back jacqueline her friend not at once and Dabbed Lips. It was their signal for tell you off camera. An hour later is marlow past the powder on Jacqueline's arm shot out of it and pulled her inside. Ida's gone. She said as she pulls the door shut. Gone. Marlow saw herself in the mirror. One of Jacqueline's hair drowns. It's silver talents clanking near her ear. Had Pen to ridiculous Silvo arete into her dark waves. Yup Jacqueline said just up and left Mike and the kids blue right through the perimeter left the fucking state. She walked her fingers on an invisible path through the air. Check your map. She's in Denver. And for God's sake, Marlow don't mention her on camera again. The. What about her contract Marlow said I thought she and Mike redoing the whole on the rocks thing this year. She unlatched her Beretta massaged her scalp ignoring Jacqueline's puffed breath of protests. They didn't even stage a hunt for her supposedly Jacqueline said adjusting the Pearl. Komen. Her temple she sucked her cheeks in glared at herself in the glass. How should he would that feel? It's like they don't even care. She's gone. I honestly think the network was glad to get the chance to southern that new girl diversity and all. Jacqueline marlow spoken affirm voice this was something she had been trying to do more than she turned thirty five age felt to her like a cosmic deadline for being strong and self possessed complete. Hunts aren't real. She said. He certainly are jacqueline returned and tell him that trump hers effortlessly and Marlow. Let it go. Jacqueline was an incorrigible now at all it was Marlowe loved most about her. Her Friends Brazen Authority always made her feel safe. Jacqueline's is floated away for a moment. She nodded but not at Marlow. Her device was telling her something. GotTa get back out there. She said talk later. Alone in the bathroom, Marlow twiddle the twigs in the diffuser. And closed her eyes find IDA. Stanley she intuited. In her mind's eye. California's shrank and plummeted away. Making marlow stomach flip like she was the falling thing. Her maps shifted streaking past hundreds of her neighbors symbols in a blur. And brought her down again in Denver. I dissemble the Red Stiletto that had always depressed marlow. Hovered over the city. There she was proudly gone in the state of. Marlow had to zoom out to remind herself what State Denver was in. Colorado. Marlow pictured IDA, on a purple flowered. Mountain. Sneezing. The Black Gem at her wrist nicked her gently. I have a message from production came the voice in her brain. I should return to an on camera space. I have now been off camera five minutes. I have lost seventy eight followers during this off camera time. Marlow watched herself blushed with Gil in the mirror. It was as if the network knew what she was thinking about just then what it would be like for her to leave to. I have lost eighty nine followers during this off camera time the voice followed up to. Eighty nine followers was nothing marlowe average an audience of over twelve million. And that was why IDA could run. She thought and get away with it whereas she wouldn't. Ida had what? One one point five, million followers hardly a fan favourite especially after she transitioned from the party. Girl Ensemble to standard housewife arc. She didn't even have a sponsor. Marlow by contrast was the most looked at woman in the room presented by a MARCI partner hysterical. Her followers the WHO observed every move she made were spread across the rest of America and various races and age groups. But they had in common was that they were troubled. This was how the network marketed her as the poster child for troubled The Constellation. Star who got what they were going through. The network mind public data looking for adults whose devices clocked too much crying or eating. For kids whose heartbeat searched panicked levels during gym class. Meet Marlo went the AD. The network would beam straight to their devices. She knows just how you feel. The sad people. Glad to be talked to would opt right in and start watching her. They would see she moved through her days with buoyant normalcy. And they would be reminded every so often that his sterile had made her this way. It was Jacqueline's job to show America what they could buy to keep them. Happy. It was Marlins job to show them what to swallow. She called herself at the sink willed the readiness to fade from her cheeks. I should return to an on camera space. Marlins hair was bent and snarled where she had pulled out the bow. She does the class back in even tighter this time. And went back out to the party. this story was an excerpt written and performed by Megan Angela you can read more of her story in her book. Follow. Worse. Followers is described as of this trippy future version of our high-tech Internet. Obsessed culture and it is really fascinating. The music for this episode was composed by Tim. Tim also did the music for Nathan Hills episode in Season One, and I, highly recommend to check it out. We'd also like to thank Kathleen from Kathleen Carter Communications Great in-house books and Tim car, plus for mixing this episode. And in case you already weren't aware there are comics for every one of these episodes Shane Milner draws the comics and you can find these on our instagram page or on our twitter at story bound pod. Story about is arranged, produced and hosted by me Jude Brewer. producers are Jeff Umbro of the pod Glamour and Justin Alvarez of lit hub. This show's theme was developed by Grain Table, and thank you to Modesto for this sample. If. You've ever felt like telling us what you think of show. Well, you can do so by finding us on twitter at story about pod or just tweeting me directly at Judy brewery new. Are released every Tuesday next week, you'll hear an original story by Manchester. Juice she drinks juice drinks out juice. Juice. Juice. Juice Meyer have Kinda Chevy, an pets chubby armpits, Chevy Armpits. Chevy. Armpits. Seven. Seven Chevy aren't such a bold floral on that hard again, but she's pulling it off. Bold floral bold floor bowled four fold flora bold for bold four Chevy. Armpits seventy. Seven. Chevy. Tabby. Shoveling. Seven hundred. Seventy. Seven. Start. SONIC UNIVERSE Hey I just wanted to check in with you real quick to talk about get booked. 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Cueca News #08  Brasil no tem salvao! Turismo da vacina e mais!

Cueca Apertada

07:47 min | 2 months ago

Cueca News #08 Brasil no tem salvao! Turismo da vacina e mais!

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Tastemakers: MFK Fisher

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:44 min | 1 year ago

Tastemakers: MFK Fisher

"You can learn to be a writer by just writing writing. I think while you're right very good. Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica this month. We're talking about taste makers women who changed the culinary game for much history. Women have been relegated to domestic tasks yet female. Innovators in food and beverage are often under celebrated. We're trying to change that mm-hmm through her incredible personal essays on food. Today's tastes maker created a new literary genre that pioneered the concept of food as cultural metaphor for w h Auden once called her. America's greatest writer were talking about M. F. K.. Fisher it was then that I discovered the sections of Tangerine pleasure in them as subtle and voluptuous and quite inexplicable Mary. Francis Kennedy was born on July third nineteen eight in Albion Michigan to Rex Kennedy a local newspaper owner and his wife Eva. Mary later wrote that she was born during a heat wave she wrote. I loved fourth only a few minutes before midnight in a supreme effort for my mother whose husband had assured her that I would be named Independencia if I arrived on the fourth the year before. Mary entered kindergarten. Her father bought a newspaper in Whittier. California Yeah Whittier was a predominantly quakertown outside of Los Angeles making the Kennedys who were Episcopalian outsiders. During her childhood childhood. Mary spent most time either in the kitchen with the family. Cook or reading and writing poetry pond graduation from high school. Mary spent time at Illinois. Annoy College Whittier College Occidental College and finally Ucla there she met a graduate student named Alfred Fisher. The two were married in nineteen twenty nine nine and then moved to Dijon France where Alfred finished his doctoral work while living in France Mary studied art for three years and was photographed off by famed artist. Man Ray once. Mary and her husband could afford an apartment with the kitchen. She ran a sort of informal salon out of her kitchen for her. Many friends ends in nineteen thirty. Two the fishers left France and moved back to California where they lived with Mary's family. Alfred found a job at Occidental. College judge and Mary started writing more seriously. She had her first piece published in West Ways magazine in nineteen thirty. Five mayor decided to combine in her two passions food and writing so she started writing short pieces on gastronomy. It wasn't long before publisher at Harper Brothers took an interest in her her work in nineteen thirty. Seven Harper Brothers published. Mary's first book of essays. Serve it forth. Mary summed up her entire gastronomical. Ethos serve it forth with the simple sentence. Look if you have to eat to live you may as well enjoy it. The book received significant critical acclaim. It wasn't a popular success as Mary's career was taking off. Her first marriage was falling apart. Mary Fisher moved to Switzerland in nineteen thirty six ext to help create an artist colony with friends a year later they divorced soon after Mary married artists Dillwyn Parrish with whom she'd been having. We're GONNA fair. Mary and Parrish moved to burn in nineteen thirty eight just two days. After they arrived parish fell ill. He eventually had to have his leg. The amputated after developing gangrene with World War Two on the horizon and parish still in considerable pain in ill health the two decided to move back to the US US and eventually settled in Hemet California in nineteen forty one. Mary published her second book. Consider the oyster which was a combination of Oyster stor recipes and humorous informative essays about things like the history of the oyster choisir reproduction and oyster cuisine. She dedicated the book to parish rush. Who committed suicide in August? Nineteen forty one in nineteen forty two. Mary published how to Cook a wolf which was focused on recipes tips for cooking and eating during wartime wartime rations. It was her first major popular success that same year. Mary signed a contract act with paramount. Pictures to write comedic material for stars like Bob Hope and Bing crosby but in nineteen forty three. Mary found out she was pregnant and went into seclusion lesion during her time out of the public eye she wrote the material for one of her. Most famous works the gastronomical me. In it she famously honestly mused people ask me. Why do you write about food and eating and drinking? Why don't you write about the struggle for power insecurity and about love? I love the way others do. Easiest answer is to say that like most other humans. I'm hungry but there's more than that is food in the bowl and more often the not because of what honesty I have. There's nourishment in the heart to feed the wilder more insistent hunger in nineteen forty four. Mary broke broke her contract with paramount. Then while on a trip to New York Mary met and married a publisher named Donald freed with whom she had a second daughter. Mary spent the next couple of years writing. Essays for major magazines like The New Yorker Gourmet Atlantic monthly town and country and vogue. She also so published here let us Feast Nineteen Forty six in nineteen forty eight. Mary's mother passed away. Samari moved back to California to take care of her father over the next several years she published a number of additional books after a divorce from her third husband and her father's death in nineteen fifty three three. Mary and her daughters moved prevents for a number of years. They then ping-pong between California and Europe for over a decade. Mary wrote prolifically. Typically throughout in Nineteen seventy-one. Mary settled down in Glen Ellen California and lived there until nineteen ninety two when she died at age. Eighty the three tune in tomorrow for the story of another taste maker. We'll be talking about an Argentinian. Cooke Baker and media personality need special. Thanks Liz Caplan my favorite sister and Co Creator. Talk to you tomorrow. This week of encyclopedias were Manica is sponsored by shock e commerce destination for everyday luxury where the taste makers today can get everything they need to dress cook clean and live good very shop. Dot Com Encyclopedia E. I S. H. O.. P. Dot com slash encyclopedia. Fifteen percent off your first order before we go. I want to tell you about another show. I think you'll like it's called the Ted interview and it's hosted by Chris Anderson the head of TAT. Listen now you're deep dives with great minds season. Three's out now. I highly recommend checking out the episode with Stockton Mayor. Michael Hubs on why fixing violence in America means helping victims and perpetrators check out the interview wherever you listen.

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ARRL Audio News - May 14, 2021

ARRL Audio News

12:14 min | 2 months ago

ARRL Audio News - May 14, 2021

"This is a r l audio news. Your weekly summary of news highlights from the world of amateur radio if you retransmit all news through a repeater. Listen for the morse code. K character followed by four seconds of silence. That you're you to stop transmitting so that your repeater timer can reset hello. How're you doing this week. I'm rick lindquist. Ww one me and this is our audio news. For friday may fourteenth twenty one beginning on may twentieth all amateur exam. Applications must provide an fcc registration number or f. r. n. to volunteer examiners before taking an amateur exam this is necessary to changes the. Fcc has made to its licensing system amateur candidates who already have an f. c. c. license whether for amateur radio or another service and already having f. r. n. may use the same number all prospective new. 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The wiser woodside project being sponsored by plywood supplier wiser in an unconventional pr initiative is poised to place a wooden satellite into orbit by the end of the year. The idea is to test the suitability of treated wood. As a low cost and widely available material for space applications. Several amateur radio experiments will be on board as well as photo down linking including selfies as. We're not making this up to satellite. We'll have a selfie stick. The satellite will be ten centimeter cube weighing one kilogram covered on all sides by coated birch plywood. Nine small solar cells will supply the power to the satellite which will orbit at an altitude of five hundred to five hundred fifty kilometers as the sponsor explains wiser would sat will go where no would has gone before with a mission to gather information on the behavior and durability of plywood over an extended period in the harsh temperatures vacuum radiation of space in order to assess the use of wood materials in space structures. This is our audio news. Heard in south bend indiana wednesdays at seven pm on the one forty seven three three repeater. Courtesy of the michigan amateur radio club time now for the amstrad report back on may first. It was reported by paolo. Pva dx that j. y one set or j. o. Ninety seven had gone silent. After a few days of silence it came back to life and was reported operational on may fourth the telemetry beacon remains inactive however the satellite has an inverting linear transponder. With an uplink from thirty five dot. 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Here's the latest from the volunteer monitor program a joint initiative between a are elanie fcc to enhance compliance in the amateur radio service. A general class withdrew his renewal application after. Fcc notice that the renewal application would be held up pending review. Volunteer monitor complaints as a consequence to quakertown. Pennsylvania applicant has no operating privileges. Twenty-one operators in fourteen states received advisories because of their operation in march cq worldwide dx contest while making contact with the three t and v c. Two w they're lower side band signals extended below seven point. One two five megahertz. Which is the lower limit of the forty meter phone band. Volunteer monitors participated in nationwide training program. On april seventh bat was conducted jointly by eight of the fcc. The volunteer monitor coordinator had two meetings in april with the fcc enforcement bureau the totals for via monitoring in march where one thousand three hundred ninety four hours on h f and two thousand five hundred fifteen hours on vhf and above our thanks to volunteer monitor coordinator riley hollingsworth k four is ed d. h. Four this info as three y zero j. d. expedition co leader paul. Pse has said boo island is like the mount everest of dc entities. Ewing points out that booby is among the most challenging entities to activate due to the significant transportation costs and personal sacrifices required by the team to make the forty two day round trip. fortunately he adds. Buffet is not our first mountain. The expedition's website describes as a cold and inhospitable place at fifty four degrees self bouba antarctic island in the south atlantic and a dependency of norway. Is the most remote place on earth ewing announced. Recently that might crossover. Ab five e. 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The A-Side Live Chat: Stipe Miococ vs. Daniel Cormier 3, UFC 252 preview, Sean OMalleys return, Valerie Loureda's Win at Bellator 243, more

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

56:00 min | 1 year ago

The A-Side Live Chat: Stipe Miococ vs. Daniel Cormier 3, UFC 252 preview, Sean OMalleys return, Valerie Loureda's Win at Bellator 243, more

"Hey everyone does youngster ever made fighting dot com host of the a side live chat just a quick heads up. We did have some technical difficulties with this episode. So No, you're not imagining thing this episode did start rather abruptly and and rather abruptly but we got almost all of the episode squared away head of U of C two, fifty, two on Saturday again, apologies for the little technical difficulties with this episode but we hope to see you back in future episodes. You're listening to the marketing media long as networking. Class Jan.. Keep easy FIRST QUESTION IS JOSE. Was that movie where the guy fights in a Thai prison. Oh. I believe is called a prayer before dawn. I don't remember the actor's name. But if anyone watches peaky blinders the green room or the Black Mirror episode a hang the DJ it's It's that male character is the main protagonist he plays. Jonathan I WANNA say John In peaky blinders. He is an Englishman who goes to jail Thailand for I. Think he has drugs or something that gets arrested and he's a former kickboxer. So inside jail, you can join the protein pro team and then fight rather than spend your time just in a Thai jail. So his ordeals in that and I. Highly recommend it. There's almost no dialogue, and if there is dialogue, it's all in Thai or when he speaks English. So one of my favorite movies it's probably second after on box tenets and give it a watch if you haven't. This what prompted this question? Is this a new movie? Her not I think I talked to someone asked a question about it in a post fight show and I couldn't remember the name of it and I looked it up after But definitely, I think who's the? He's the main character in. What's that biker show that everyone was obsessed with sons of anarchy. Actor's name. He plays King Arthur. He was supposed to be the lead then he bailed for whatever reason. So but give it a watch I highly if you like. Specifically like watching Moi tie in like dimly lit cigar smoke filled rooms watch that movie because in my opinion that's the best way to watch my tie. All Right That's to watch more. Well, also showtime actually has documentary about the same thing the well just. The. Promise of getting out of prison through fight. So it is a real thing and there's documentary about it. So slow, you can shorten your prison sentence if you do really well the fight scene or yes I think. So and he goes obviously there's drama to like he gets really her and like you can't fight anymore and he's like I have to fight I, have to get out and then he has like a lacerated liver something crazy like that. It's it's also keep in mind it is jail. Uncomfortable with certain things. Don't watch it. Noted not. Anyway. But given wise if you like. Time. Okay. So the next question is, let's pull one from the anterior. From the comments from parents lover it can you read this? No. Okay. All right. Do you think it would take ballot or having a one sixty five division before we get one in the UFC? It took Delatour to crown a one, twenty, five women champ before we got one in the, you have your thoughts. That is an interesting question. I don't think the ballot or would be the one. To pull the trigger on that like an official champion I doubt they'll be the ones to pull the trigger because don't aren't aren't the way classes regulated by the Athletic Commissions if I'm not mistaken. Sorry just laughing at the random random noises in the background that's Mike, catt opening and closing kitchen cabinets. So that's what I live with. Amazing. No the commission's actually don't necessarily it is actually a for promoter. The only reason why I'm saying that is because Alita. Lightweight. And sixty pounds instead of one. I remember the canceled the failed card at the end I was canceled was supposed to be Eddie Alvarez Nick de as one sixty, five right when sixty one sixty. That's right. So you're not wrong. Yeah. So that's that's why but yeah, I don't think I. Don't know if the UFC is ever going to do a one, sixty, five division of obviously they kind of need to but then they would have to fifty, five, sixty, five, seventy, five. and. I gotta say the only reason why it's not happening happening is just because. They don't WanNa deal with the The paperwork. As long as. The weight glasses you know shows. Dana white things. It's like if Balladur does it, I understand that like bell turned one, twenty, five women's I but I feel like that was just kind of a natural progression of the sport. I felt as a one, sixty five and watches adamantly going to be so so much more against doing it because he doesn't WanNa be seen as like following word is doing. That's a good point I also think Dan wages doesn't want to do it because so many people want it which makes Dana White one it last because that's how his brain operates for whatever reason someone goes I want 165. nope. I don't want Greg Hardy to find command event. He's like well, he is. So that's just how his brain operates. especially, because especially if more more and more people keep saying something. So like we kept saying the small cages better and he insisted that there's no difference and the more people insisted that there was a difference, the more he insisted there wasn't a difference. Like when they, what was it? The UFC IN CHICAGO? Allison, is working at the time that's still fight card. He kept talking about wanting to bring back the old way on on the stage where everyone gets up sucked out on stage. Out Alex and I asked every single fighter. At media. Day like what do you prefer and they were all like it why would you wanna go back to the old way? It's so stupid. Megan Addison just went hard on the paint on it. The only one that said she didn't care it was call us bars. You barely cuts waiters is because she fights fifteen she should probably be an atom way and then was up on the state saying like everyone wants to go back in. I was like who? Would've give me a name? So wants to go over he wants to go back. All right. Let's get one from this past weekend here. I can see the questions now. So you I'm GonNa read them. Do you want to keep reading them you one? All right from mark. So Kiwi underscore m m. a. n. longtime comment or what's next for Olympic loser of J. D. S. and Rosen's streak to rack up his sixtieth professional win has diabetes that God I forgot I keep all week before that fight I kept saying the at fifty pro fights but for for some reason, the fact that he has has sixty. Baffles me but what is Dexter Olympic shore that makes sense to me what do you guys think? I think I'm GonNa go good August. I, mean, he's coming off loss as well. That's another big name for him i. feel like after Derek Lewis like you can't just go back to fighting. No. Names. Yes that's a good one because maybe. Yeah, no, no no, that's a in. You're going after a smaller smaller heavyweight. So if If I'm not mistaken. guston weighed significantly more than a limited when the during the last two wins forty or something right? Yeah. I'll link to twenty seven or something wild like that. So if God's US and wants to heavyweight, I'm all for it. Or. If you want to keep with this theme of smaller heavyweights, maybe Os. P., he's coming off that lost Ben Rothwell I would like him to fight Ben Rothwell. Rock Ben Rothwell called Ben Rothwell called after's after their wins the Jacksonville. But I think Ben Rothwell just got fight matched up remember who's fighting off his head IF AUGUSTA KYLE loses to over maybe Augusta. Sky That'd be his first loss in the AFC in a while. I think in. beat him. So there's a lot of fights for Olympic take, but I think there needs to be a few fights that needs to play before we could fantasy match make. Okay. That's that's fair. I actually do. Agree with everything you just said. I like the Guy Forgot Gus was even thought of heavyweight. So I that fight a lot actually STU smaller heavyweights tone down. I like Rothwell that's a good one actually because. Couple of grapplers. Yes and just. A couple of grapplers as with like a lot of pride in. Grappling. So shoe to grapplers with like it would be. So it'd be the Ezekiel choke versus the Gogo joke and to two heavyweights they have some of the most fights on the raw on the roster. Like like I think when Ben Rothwell is on the a side he said he fought Tim. Sylvia. When he was to know. And then he fought travis fault in like two or three times like if you fought travis falling back in the day, you know you've been around for a long time. All right next question we'll do one four this week. From Sam. Harris nine one, six, another longtime comments are also his profile is a photo of Danny Phantom pre turning into the phantom so much respect if if Sean o'malley wins against you do you think of? Jimmy Rivera would be a good fight to make next and do you think if steep a wins de the DC. Wind stay retired. So two questions esther I'll start with you if Sugar Sean o'malley beats cheeto. Vera on Saturday night and. Two fifty to do like the Jimmy Rivera fight. Yeah, sure. Why not? I. Don't know. Your name. Yeah. But no Jimmy. Big Win. Is So yes. Sure. I just feel like it's kind of A. Maybe I'm just thinking of how. The state on US GONNA LOOK What he's thank you like the Jimmy very matchup or do you want someone else I know he's like pretty high rank like top ten right but like I, really think the they're gonNA. After this fight. If this is like the Oh we're trying to like build them the right way to fight, and then like next I think we need to Kinda skyrocketed him a little bit I wanna see by like a big name. Yeah. I think it's going to depend entirely on how he wins if he goes out there and beats over in like ninety seconds with another knockout, then give them a huge fight. But if he goes out there and it's like a back and forth war and he's he's squeaks out a split decision. Maybe you give him someone lower down the totem pole, but there's I think John Dotson is fighting Merab. If Dotson Wins I. think Dawson's been a phenomenal barometer for. Prospects if you look people he's lost to. It's like Marlin Vera. WHO Peter Yang who's the current champion? Dj's beaten twice like if you beat John Dodson, you are a legitimate. Contender but then you give guys like Daniel would as as a stepping stone and he and Daniel clearly has the Datsun wins against even mayor merits called him out a million times we keep hearing about sugar Shawn's grappling. No one's going to test them in that division like mayor who has the record for most take downs in a single fight at Bantamweight I. Think he's also one of only two fighters in the AFC double digit take downs in two separate fights or more technically song beat Marlon Vera in Jacksonville I know everyone thinks she. Won that fight even though he he lost the Sauna Don, tackling got the W, he doesn't have five up so I would hate that fight either that would be exciting and. I really think that if you know morale is one of those guys that nobody wants to fight so. You might that might be a difficult one to book, but I think you could get the song it on. A hundred percent and I think if if The thing going for mayor is I think Sugar Sean and Mayor Ranked Fourteen fifteen. So they're right there. If they both win at bump up like two spots and they're sitting it ten eleven or nine ten. Ranking wise. Make Sense. If Sean wants to show off his grappling and make sense they're both the histories already there because Maarib called him out. And Sugar Sean said Brian Calvert can fight Mehrab in the winner gets to be my number. One Fan I really liked that that's we sell, but there's a lot of fun shooting Sean to make. It just depends on how we wins I think. Second Question. If DC winds steep amyot retire asks what he you. I don't think so but now I'm like, what does he do now? I? Don't know. I haven't really been paying attention like what he's been saying in interviews and stuff. So I don't know if he's been hinting at it it's certainly not out of the question maybe it's a retirement, and then of the year we're GONNA come back I don't know that's always an option that's a third career choice that I think people forget about. Esther what do you think? You. No. He's not gonNA. I think the answer is no He recently did an interview with James Lynch are Fr- a friend of the site and the one of the few men who beat me on between the links And he said steepest said he doesn't plan on retiring he doesn't plan on retiring but that could all change of course depending on how that fight plays out. But I think regardless winner losing fights, France and got next it's either for a vacant title or title defense I think it just depends on if he wins or loses against. Do. You think he's GonNa win. Stuff I don't know I haven't even made up my mind yet. That fight is so close and both sides played out. So differently that like after the second Cain Fight Waco. happened. You kind of knew how the third is going to play out, but because DC and looked so competitive in the second fight for a while before succumbing to the body shots, it's not steep a dominant for five rounds like candid jd and their second fight. So. That's tough I think but. Also said that He. Abandoned the wrestling that was working out for him before. Because like steep has one of those faces like like esther photographed million fights, their fighters like bg who just don't get bruised at all but then steep as the guy you punch at once and it gets a bruise immediately and he's DC said after three punches every punchy withrow, he would just leave a mark and it just Kinda just Kinda fell in love with striking any abandoned the wrestling that ended up being his downfall. So if DC shows up and wrestles maybe but steep, it did knock them out pretty violently in that second fight. So I don't know I have made up my mind yet. All right. Let's go to some questions about this or this past weekend some. Looking hospitality from Gandara Papa. Man. Pastor you us the you watch ballots are to forty three this weekend in you also recorded the. Post fight press conferences so you watch them also. So, did I but I'll start with you what do you? Where do you think Michael Chandler grows from here. This was a topic on between the links of people pretty much know my take on it but what is your take on I think? Yes. Because he's done pretty much everything he can do in Bella. Tour. and. He was very complimentary in the post fight to working with Balladur, how Baladora had built his career. On I mean he's been you know working around Scott Coker and even what I for a while because he actually actually fought on an undercard in Saint Louis for strikeforce. Hey wait long ago and I'm when I met him. I remember Tyron. Woodley came up to me and was like look out for this guy I was like okay. So I. Think he's done everything he's he's done. He can do in Bella tour and. He's GonNa want to see what you've see has to offer So I think he should go ahead and and and make that move. No hard feelings just to. Go. Who Do you want? I if he hops over the Had one in mind. Did I, say I want him to fight I? What well, while you're thinking about, Alex, where do you think Michael Chandler goes? You have see Bella or does he go to one to get that rubber match with Eddie Alvarez? That's a lot of options out there. Michael. Chandler. I don't know I. Wish I wish I knew what he was making right now because then I think that would be obviously more transparent to like where he stacks as far as what you're. Getting paid and it's possible that it's not even GonNa compare I mean I think a lot of people Bonnabel. Way Better. Deals does he have the star power that like the UFC would probably want from emit this point is he passed the peak I dunno, it's always a possibility but. I. Guess it's just it sounds like it's all about the bottom line for him so I don't know at this point I. Think you're right especially because he does have his adopted son years ago I think Michael Challenge the would be a no brainer because he is super competitive like he like we just Damon Mind just had that interview Dana cormet where he's like I think I'll most competitive person. My challenge way up there. He's down to fight antibiotic just because he when he was the champion, he's like anyone I don't care about super fights I'll fight. Wow. Who did Brent premise every member that masks article, and they had all the super fights and then Michael Chandler the companyman just fought the number one contender didn't need a super fight. He just wanted to compete didn't care who was against. And then post fight interview he was like MMA isn't about the competition about going out there in front of millions and just competing now. So if you want competition come over the UFC. or go to the UFC because I don't think he has anything left proven Belen. Let's gets that rematch pitbull but pit bulls tied up with featherweight Grand Prix at the moment I think he needs to come over to view of C. Fight Anthony Pettus right away. Anti the former champion they've had to have been champion simultaneously at some point in their careers. Antezana five tyler anytime soon, he's a super exciting fighter I think that's a really good fight night headliner for when they come back to the apex at some point or you could fight Charles. Oliveira because I'm not even looking at that as Michael Chandler deserves Charles Oliver Charles Oliveira deserves big name in no one of the top five is going to fight Charles all right now it's kind. Of in that odd spot where he can beat anyone but he's not a big name, it can't really speak English. No one wants to really risk their rankings or fight. That's not going to sell well. So Chandler, v Charles Oliver Anthony Pettis Ordine Hooker, one of those three and my mind unless cowboy wants drop down Oh we got watch my six six six says dare you or hooker. That's Deniro dare uses what keep saying but I I like that fight but I don't WanNa reward. Bonilla. Dare us with a big name after missing wait. That's just if he had made way and got another knockout Scher Bonito's areas maybe one more fight. And fight. Michael. Chandler. Also knock someone out that wasn't even ranked. Scott wholesome it after missing Wayne I like Neil use a lot. He's a very, very nice individual. He's a really good interview. He's very well-spoken man. Way He breaks down fights is very very. He speaks on your level like if he knows your highlight if you knows you know a lot about mma you can throw out words they know you understand. But if you know nothing about Emma you can describe fighting fall on perfectly I just maybe one more fight for Baena before he gets on Michael Chandler Charles Oliveira type fighter. I want to see beneath Darius rematch as Anna Hernandez. Back. Or Drew Dover One of those two because Judah over to speak anandas. Sh. I agree Mike Hates that I? I I like I like it. The only other thing I would say is if they WANNA do the Dober- fight they could put it on the undercard of gay CI. Habib, because a beef and dairy obviously e and gates you're all managed by Ali. So they can throw dober- engage er trading partners so they would all be peaking together at the same time heading into that fight. Next question while keeping the ballot theme here. Wasn't extra. Valerie, and will we ever see her in the AFC? Well, the second part of the question probably not anytime soon but we're gonNA use this opportunity to speak about Valerie Laredo because Alex I know you have a lot of thoughts on the matter I, a man probably have less to say about this matter or What I say matters far less. Because we've had the post show, we've had what the heck we've had between the links and anemone fighting. We have not had one female voice talk about the response to Valleys Laredo or the buildup to valley. So since I am the only male on the show right now, I will let you to give your give your take. Alex all-star with you because during that flight, we were slacking at your like I, we knew you were GonNa have some things to say on the matter. So the floor is yours. I. In my head I was thinking I was going to call a written statement so that I gather my thoughts. It's frustrating because the way that women have been promoted in MMA has been focused on their looks and everything, and that's what gets guys to watch. In, a lot of female fighters will tell you whatever I don't care as long as people are watching I. don't care why they're watching but then they loved to turn around and slammed in your face when you use it per yourself, you know you're not allowed to promote yourself in that way it has to be through somebody else's eyes and that's what's so frustrating like everybody loved to comment page van. ZANDT. How hot she wasn't whenever and then as soon as she started posting stuff on instagram. Know you could say flaunting it when I wouldn't use that word but putting herself out there in that way that people just wanted to. Slam down for it and it's like, okay you can't have it both ways so like I don't understand why the disconnect it's Yeah I would agree I you can't have The only thing the only thing I you know because Valerie's young too. So she's not GonNa say these things just yet on slide twenty two or something the only thing I would have added to her statement 'cause I know after her fight she had said like look I just want to make it so that girls who you know want to be a girly girl can still be considered. You know about as fighters and stuff like that and I also wanted her to add just and also if you don't WanNa be. CARE If you don't, if that doesn't matter to you, you should also. Be Able to reconsider basically the same. The same leeway to men You know because you think that we don't judge the male fighters by how they look of course, everyone judges the male fighters by how they look also have you ever seen How many male fighters do you know that Shave their. Armpits. Probably most. I've never thought about it, but you're probably. About how they look you know. They look a lot of them tan that kind of stuff. So they just don't say it and they don't you know put it out on social media or whatever. But you know it it's all part of it. It's all part of the marketing. You can't come. You can't say that it matters to market yourself well, and then when somebody does it your marketing yourself wrong Unless actively insulting a group of people or anything like that. There's really no wrong way to market yourself. And you can't. It's like there's this spectrum right? You're either hyper feminine or your to muscular. It's like you have to find his balance of light being. The the pretty girl. But if you look to muscular people call your man like people with a man and Nina's like I'm sorry where are we supposed to go? Why don't you tell me what level of femininity you're comfortable with so that you can watch me find a cage like it's just so a relevant when you put it in terms like that it's just like. It sounds ridiculous like I'm fighting in a cage you guys want to like. kind of like, yeah. No. Let's talk about like how bulging muscles are how gorgeous my hair is like just yeah, it's insane. So. What, what do you think of fellow fighters fellow female fighters that take issue with Valerie and comments like I like macy. was commented like that, and even value-oriented opponent said a few things in. said. Like Oh. You said I was demoralized demoralizing the sport will look what I just did. Do you face so Her fellow fighters comments it's a real shame. I mean I think women putting other women down as a real problem but I hate when people say like Oh will it gives men and excuse to that now it doesn't. It doesn't get anybody excuse to do that just because another woman is saying, it doesn't make it right for individuals to say it I wish we all just kind of get on board and support each other realize that we're on the same team we're all fighting for the same exact thing which is equality. Would however you obtain it. That's that's your prerogative that you can't keep shooting people down. You know that's that's not helping anybody. What's unfortunate is people don't also don't understand I. mean they're not in the same way class shown in Laredo, but he will also don't understand that just by nature. Unless. You identify as a friend or a trading partner with that person. Most fighters can't stand other fighters. They're close to their weight class. They'll say like Oh yeah. Fuck. That guy or fuck that girl 'cause it's always just kind of. You always think about maybe one day I might face them and that's always going to be in the back of their minds. So when I remember whenever ask fighters like Oh, what do you think of so and so they'd always be like. Kind of squinting there is at them you know. There's there's you have to remember that their fighters are not going to necessarily support each other in that way. And Unfortunately I feel like the fans definitely make it harder for women to support each other with being. So vocal against someone like Valerie you're going to have. other fighters join in basically so that they can also be considered by this group of people to be honorable humans so. It's almost like the feeling that there's not enough to go around. There's not enough attention for female fighters to go around. So they feel like they have to compete for whatever there is in. That's what like I always bring up the example like when I started in college like my major was heavily dominated by by males in the industry and I never felt like I was competing against the men in my class. I felt. Like I was competing against the other women because there were only a few women doing it. You know and that's kind of how I feel that this works as well. May It's unfortunate but yeah, that is unfortunate because you and you're right because when I first started there was two female photographers and everyone's always like what you think about the other photographer I'm like why does it matter? There are six other men here. Why, why are you not asking me about the other guys that I'm shooting next do so. Yes it is a disappointing thing all around I in my opinion, which holds less water, the current, the current, my current co host I. I never understood male or females shooting down fighters skills in general especially when they're close to the same class like say macy Jason and value the rate of both auto twenty five and they both happened to be a Balladur or say. Scratch that maybe page Venza Valerie and someone's like they're not gonNA find any time soon, just based on their records and how long they've been in the sport but that could be fart further down the road page man's and goes out there s she's sucks she's this she's that I'm like. If you're shooting her skill set down, can you fight and you beat her your beat a bum? Yeah. If she beats you lost the. I never male or female I never understood fellow fighters shooting down opponents, skill sets, and their way class because that just gives gives your haters an excuse. Yeah. The beat a bomb or you lost to a bomb. But if you like HP is like Habib is the best fighter planet earth I it is going to be the hardest thing. I've ever done Dana Corner said the same thing about John, Jones Day mind like each other but Daniel Dan was like John Jones, the greatest fight who ever live, and then if you beat him, it's that much bigger deal if he's John, just sucks they beat him. All he sucked. Yeah. I never I. Never I never understood that that argument for that fighters make but. Yeah, it's Not going to try to input on the male versus female conversation because. I don't I've never experienced that from your side of the world. It's just disappointing but I will say a lot of my friends on instagram that follow an ma or our fringe fans that are female are huge valid raider fans now, and they all share that clip of her saying demoralized your face I broke your face when she was like visibly shaking up there. Like she seems out of breath jar, you commented on Instagram and she was like, why is she so out of breath and then all the comments were like she's angry she's like shake she was like literally shaking with rage you could see how much of relief she was. So she gained a lot of fans just from my from my friends after that converse after that after her words. Mike Heck interviewer, and that's going to be what the heck this week and there's some this is really good. Really good answers to to all of that. So I can't wait for you all to hear it but let's Go ahead to move this. From poly another longtime comment. Do you think the UFC cody governed one twenty, five title shot the worst in they could have done for the Flower Division and who do you think wins well. Few things I'm not going to even think about that fight because what's it all the way, November? Lag. Remember when Gilbert Burns was supposed to fight Kamara. In July and then it fell out like it's hard in this climate to think that far had a fights because remember even gauge resp-. Hub even supposed to fight in New York and then Tony Engage you're supposed to fight nor cal in April got pushed to May like it's hard for me to think about November but in a perfect world, this fight happens. I WANNA take wait I wanted to figure it mcvay make wake is he's had issues making way cody guards never made one twenty five and then we can talk about it but esther your thoughts Kinda. It's why do they keep doing that? They're sabotaging when twenty five by doing this you? There are so many twenty, five Contenders. There's Brenda Marino for example but so I just don't think that they need to do this because it makes it seem like there there there isn't enough talent flight when they're clearly Alex your thoughts. I actually disagree I think that this is probably the best thing that they can do with the Flying Division as it stands right now, the names that are coming up in the top five they're not big names are not household names they're not. I don't to say they're not anybody. But in the way that Ding stand right now they're not and cody garbrandt is a name in they're trying to build up the flyweight division at least in terms of popularity and people watching it. I don't think it's the worst thing that they could have done. Yeah. I think it's Shitty be frigging pissed if I'm Brendan Morale's Perez or whoever else is coming up yeah that's frustrating but I'm not. You know I made and I don't think it's the worst thing theft. I'm going to be in the middle and I'M GONNA. Say It will be great. If cody stays at one twenty five and it will be terrible if you wins and then goes back to one thirty five. Knocks off a champion bales like cody garbrandt says I will stay at one, twenty, five and five contenders. Awesome. But if he pulls a GSP wins and dips out, it's not going to be great because they just lost their current champion who gear made cruises on the ACA last week he says Figueredo could be the next big thing in Brazil still lives there. Speaking English has a super fascinating back story where he's worked all these odd jobs, he could be the next big because like he said a man in his doesn't really like connect with the Brazilian. Fans because she lives in America she wore the US soccer team sure at the press at the media days and press conferences figurados their next guy cody garbrandt knocks him off and then leaves they lose their current champ and they lose the biggest thing they have coach stays great. I think cody personally should've stayed at one thirty five and fought sugar sean if he wins because if they want a big fight that. Fight and then I, think Peres should have fought. Figueredo an Oscar offshoot of rematch moraine because he thought to draw Mexico but that's just me cody wins and stays that is awesome for the flyweight division. It's there. So you don't think it's GONNA be awesome. If figgy just knocks him out all Figueredo goes out there and crushes cody Garbrandt I think that's the best case scenario for the flyweight division but that's I don't again I don't want to even think about that until they make weight and we're in. November because. The current climate is so unpredictable. Yeah. Well, I mean I. GotTa War. So. Yes. figure. It was a bad bad dude. He like I like Jobe a lot but that was those hard that was. That was that was a bully mugging someone in the locker. Manila cave. Yes. I Lo- I was like selfishly I know. So Mel Kaye former rising champ that esther shot many a time. selfishly I wanted. Peres to fight. Miguel Cape on the same Cardis Figueredo and cody garbrandt. Merano and Ashcroft rematch. So we would have had six flyweight 'cause Bahrain AH books for the UNDERCARD Figueredo. Garbrandt let's they want to scrap that fight and remake it a remake them Peres fight because I think is awesome but he shouldn't out right away beating Peres deserves that they would have had six flyweight fights and I can't remember who it was. They wanted off limits on the main card that's how you build the division. Yeah. I. Definitely think that they have to include at least one more other flyweight fight on the main card and then one other in the prelims for that particular card. If you want to build a division, people have to see the other fighters division so. Alex your thoughts? Thoughts on this Right Luke. Luke rockall versus Chris Wiedeman from CUCO Keggi onsite. This seems like a perfect time to the rematch. How do you see this fight going I? Think Casey's thought the same thing I want to Chris Wideman and silver three I made my thoughts known on. The Post fight show. So Esther All Star, you've shot rock hold everywhere strikeforce. You have see all that you fought shot wiedeman everywhere you shop pretty much the entire division. So what do you think what's next for these two men I would actually I would like to see that rematch although I don't don't think luke would want. just the same way Wiedeman doesn't want the self. Rematch. You know these guys are like well I won I don't want to give the guy rematch. Do Chris I've never says Anderson Silva does does make sense but so does Luke Rocco versus Chris Wideman I actually think Lucan. Chris are actually closer in. Their place in life. And I think that that would make make a bit more sense than. Than Silva but you know. The civil fighters for the money you'd be doing it because you'd be earning more money so Alex. Yeah I think rockall Wiedeman is it probably does bigger numbers I, it's just annoying to me. I'm more annoyed by people coming out of retirement I N by people getting cut ourselves off of losses just as fresh like I have the phrase comes out of retirement like muted onto don't. Ask Henry. Announces won't see something. Please let me know I find that. Very annoying. Well he I believe Ronald I I. Hope I'm getting this rock. We'll give an interview to our friends over submission radio rockall says, he's down a rematch Wiedeman if that's what he wants, but he also mentioned Darren Sale Jacker Manson those who three name he mentioned. He wants someone relevant I also would not say, no Luke rockwall versus Anderson Silva because I'm pretty sure. They were champion simultaneously at one point in their career and I would love that fight that we never got that if we're talking about fresh fights, not rematches don't hate that fight either. Come retirement you start making demands like dare till like okay. Let's. Darren sales out for like nine twelve months with a blown out knee. So he's not going to be finding anytime soon if that fight, I also went ahead Darren over Zana's Silva they both are they both can speak Portuguese I mean, the Portuguese media would love that or the present the Brazilian media would love that. So there's a lot of fun fights for the middle of division right now. So I I'm just gonNA bring this up because we have to address at. This is not true. Dodson tied to. Entice page. Oh, getting cut I, heard tied I saw tied to revise a From watch my six on the comments I saw tied comment that but I haven't really seen anything about and I haven't heard of Tyson page I know Tyson Pager had fought since losing a shogun from now mistaken right down and Was Atalay. That Art Adelaide so I haven't heard that one, but that's not true. You say. said he was kidding. So, not a joke but like. A joke and on the less. So just letting you all know it was not true. tied to Voss's Ain't came up a lot during the. I saw on the comments and twitter for post by shows and stuff when talking about prospects brought up too quickly after edmonds loss because he came up pretty quickly ain't got thrown in going against GTS in a main event. And lost he looks good in that fight but he's lost two cents. So, but good thing they're not glad they're not cut. Okay. I wish Typhi Justin Willis I. Wish just stick cut solely for that fight. All right. of it's a fun one from the. Twitter's. From. Kiwi. May Enzi. Another comment Pasha the what's the most ridiculous back to you know you don't know how or why you remember you just do is this directed at all of us? I've got I've got one shoot the the original flavor for the filling inside of twinkies was Anna flavored. Oh ooh. Trivia night before and I felt like a frigging genius which no reason of that fact. Like snapple capital. Essay what's your most ridiculous back? Don't have one. I wish I had some kind of weird ridiculous fact. just trivia. I'm really bad at Tribune I. The only thing I'm good at it Trivia night is. The part where you know you'd like name that tune or whatever. But. and like random history stuff. But yeah, I just don't have any ferulic wants to say hi. Oh. Hey. I think the two, I have two one of them is ludicrous and is fun and the other one is pretty mind blowing in my opinion. The ludicrous one is the state of Ohio is the only state that doesn't share a letter with the word mackerel. I think that's always fun when people asked for a random facts see. As you think about and you're like that's a thing. And then I was told us a like an elementary school. If you folded paper one hundred and four times is over and over and over and over it is thicker than the observable universe. mathematically I thought that was it was impossible. See it is impossible but if it is I, think you can like technically as possible depending on the size of the paper. And the power you can generate like if you had a saying crane folding, a football sized field piece of paper probably because they could be able to flatten it. But if one hundred four times but that would be basically two N N. representing the number of folks would be to to the hundred and fortieth power, which would be a YODA meter which is. which is massive. So, yeah. If you fold the paper hunter four times, it is bigger mathematically than the observable universe and that is my ridiculous. What does the observable universe what we are able to see with telescopes in the human is? So if you follow the paper, a hundred and four times, it is bigger than that. mathematically. I did learn something yesterday that I did not know. That College? Basketball. Jersey numbers don't use six, seven, eight or nine. Yeah I know because you can only because they wraps us. Yeah. So if fifteen gets fouled, they hold up a one and a five. So they so five is the most digits you can use on one hand so they can't go one seven. Yeah. Also I read your back although in Asia we do have we count to ten and land. Shows, that. I also read somewhere that in North Korea their rules and basketball are just outrageous like in the last thirty seconds like a three is worth five points or something crazy like that, and they're only allowed a limited number of dunks game like it's basically not basketball, but the basketball is basically. So if you're blowing someone out in your down like fifty, you can just come back and make it exciting in the last minute. It's pretty it's pretty wild. So I'M GONNA go look at the actual rules. There's like a four point shot to. All right so that I don't I don't have a cat opening and closing cabinets you're. Just you're haunted. Did. This is kind of a weird one. I'm not really sure. What Oh. Interesting from. Hashtag. Number one a heart surgeon I think that's an office reference. what is the ideal role that a manager should play in the fighters? Careers seems like some managers like to use the fighters as personal mouthpieces, control of their twitter accounts and involve them in personal vendettas. Does this come along with the territory enemy or is this something that should change esther you've been around Emma and then both of us or at least been covering sport logging the both of us what do you think either all the man should be you know this just reminds me of guilt burns yesterday was complaining that he's like Oh people think that? Ali Runs My. Twitter and then he he's like if all around my twitter. Let's see how quickly he can delete this and it was a video he had face swapped Ali's face. I saw. That's fat is so funny. About that Taylor swift, it's another video so. Yeah. No. Manager's role. In boxing managers are there mouthpieces actually You'll find managers coaches tend to do most of the talking and I actually don't mind it I. I don't know necessarily it's ideal I would say it depends on the fighter, right? So if you're a fighter that's maybe more quiet and. Someone who's should have kind of an air of mystery around you say like fatal or you should have somebody else speak for you same with Brooklyn you know somebody else should speak for you. I don't agree necessarily with a managers like. Running a fighter twitter or social media. Especially without being forthcoming about it especially, if they start beefs. Because then you know I mean it's not genuine. Also, it might not. That's not the how the if that's not a fighter feels you know you're just kind of dragging people into this but overall actually do think that it is kind of the matters while it's a little different because we find. You'll find managers with much larger stables. Case. In. Other. Combat Sports. Unless you count professor wrestling, right? When you come out with like a swarm of wrestlers that your quote unquote representing but Alex, what do you think managers? The role of manager should be. I don't know how it works sports as much but. Yeah, it doesn't really bother me. They want be that mouthpiece of I agree vested with social media if you want to put something out on social media than you need to put a little dash with your initials like this came from you But I think this debate does that Yeah that's a good idea. I just think. It's so we all know it so much more important to be a personality than it is anything else and if you're if you're just not good at naturally than sometimes you do need somebody else to speak on your behalf if that manager wants to make money off of you, they're just gonNA taken into their own hands on it doesn't bother me but again, as long as they're doing it with the fighters permission. Him. I I agree that if they if fighters are uncomfortable on the Mike and this and that then their manager should be the mouthpiece as long as the manager doesn't make all about them. Like if they start picky like if a manager starts picking beef with specific fighters or other managers and then is just like. Is this about your fighters is about you. When Ali and ABC are GonNa, go at it and you're like through other accounts you're like we know who's talking it should just be yeah yeah yeah. Yeah Yeah. Like when whore Hey Camario or tweeting at each other and everyone's like so I see Abe and Ali or just yelling at each other through their fighters. But I do I do like when fighters but the DASH I? One Brock Obama was the president. He would do that because obviously as a team but when he which we would say like Dash. Oh, just to know that was him steeply does that too when he put that long thing about how like I'm not afraid of DC. After everyone wants to Dash Sm. I like that idea. We Have A. Question from a Guilermo crews. So, this is about the video game probably from Is Dana White still available, and it's almost as Mikey batts and you'll see three he was playable in like three weight classes Ella. Mayo. Hashed out UC four as far as I know Dana White is still in there and as far as I know he is still in several classes I just unlocks Tyson fury and Anthony? Joshua had an opportunity to play them yet but they look cool I pretty much all been planning on lightweight outside of a few fights as Israel out of signing because he's. An he seems like built for video game, but oddly enough the most fun in terms of like cool moves in the game that I've found is ask Sarah has like the most enjoyable. Arsenal of kicks and punches in submissions and everything because he's just so unorthodox. Seems, actually pretty realized. Yeah. It's. It's one of those things where like know think like when you get the video game, you don't want like I can't which play ask Sarah's but then when you play his wow, this is super fun. He's just not like is kicking power is in his heart as his stamina is in his grade, his grappling is great. But like the moves he has are a lot of fun I've been blasting. Through. Uc Four, the career mode and you can make like relationships with fires. You have to check your social media and responding to people in this and that like like when I set the record like when I set the record for most title fences, Anderson Silva's like congratulations so and so for breaking my record. But then like Kevin League at her and he's like cy I can't fight and you can be like you're dodging me. Worry men back in future and you could like build your relationships. Me Now stairs and mark the of your best friends. Just like the randomness of that game. And Paul fell there hates me because I beat him five times won't drink. Well because Iran I'm at the point where it's like the year two, thousand, fifty and off elder has forty five times a beat them every time and I won't train them. So you're fighters named Butthead Brown Alex. If you've got to name your fighter. When, when you finally get the game, who would you would you? What fake name would you give your fighter? The sugar. Bitch Oud. Border Nickname Bee. And So they give you like a huge list of nicknames to pick from, and that's just so like Bruce Buffer can announce you in the game and then you even have to make a fake twitter handle and everything. So mine is the butcher. So I'm the butcher butthead Brown and my twitter Hashtag my twitter handle is but head butcher. Using. Desi, it's a good time. There's no Providence Rhode Island as a hometown. It's I was like I was like excuse me just because we don't have any fighters in the AFC doesn't mean we don't exist. So you know where I made butthead butcher from quakertown Pennsylvania because apparently that's more important than Providence Rhode Island who's from Laker, town Pennsylvania Good Intel you could not tell you whatsoever, but that is where the forty and lightweight champion of the world by head Brown is from. Also. Knocked out Robbie law they become a champ champion welterweight and lightweight. So game is the the Algorithm is absurd in that game too. So. Does Dana White look different in every way glass? No No. It's like he's like short for heavyweight but like talk for like a welterweight. No, no. Like compared to other welterweight taller. I know I haven't played every class yet. I also have not played as any female fighters. Yes. I can tell you how they look. PJ Higgins Wears Providence provinces in Rhode. Island. small-state longest name short motto should be the first State. That's not true that. Well, where's he from? is an hour the country stops from the people that are from there. So yeah, Bronson Island northeast you'll find it. You know we have really really we have excellent payroll systems in providence route that we. Owe that is. Another random fact they're. Chatting edited rumor. That's just that is a complete inside joke with which we VIP. Calendar Katie from quakertown Pennsylvania Wow so quakertown Pennsylvania than you and butthead quick by head Brown College Kagan both contenders from quakertown Pennsylvania. All right we are winding down here. So I wanted to know. if we've missed anything. Trying to. I don't think I'm going to start going through the comments one more time just to see if I miss. Any sure. Sure. All your. Let's talk. You'll see for because that game as. We can't talk about it because none of us have it yet. So you're history. I'll have when does it come out I August fourth scenario August fourteen. That's Friday couple. Yeah. It's a little wild like it's pretty realistic in the fact that I'd I was like fifteen anno fourteen with all knockouts and they still want to give me a title fight and I was on like one hundred and fifty hundred and fifty contractors like to realistic. Like they beat. So I had a Ko win over dust a who eventually became champ and then I will I ha I was so I was the number one ranked lightweight doesn't play was the champion I had already be in doesn't play early on in our careers. You'd assume I've got the shot. nope. They gave me number nine. Evan done them instead. And then I win and then fall the number three. Surrealistic. In. This kind of question from like three different people and I'm not sure why it's coming up but If both fighters retire Saturday, who is your next heavyweight title match up France and Ghana has to be one of them. You'd have to you I'm paper should be curved blades he's into. To Franson gone so I don't know him maybe Derek Lewis. Yeah. That's the suggestion here. It would have to be the rematch in five rounds, Oh, my God if. If the replays from the first five but in five rounds Alex what do you think I'm just trying to picture in my head over the retiring like in the act again and a quiet arena like I retiring and the guys like. Also retiring. They put their gloves down together. I. Imagine I. You know what do you? What did you think about Mendez saying that it DC wins he doesn't think DC will retire. More money talks obviously in DC. I'm sure would not say no to huge monetary. Benefits coming his way in the contract. I still think there's only three names he'd come out of retirement for. Two of them will never happen. Those would be fade Orrin Brock Ladner. and. The third would be John Jones which I would give maybe a thirty three percent chance of happening. But if if John Jones UFC, aren't on the best terms right now I don't know if they'd open the if they back the brinks truck up for. A third fight between those two. Well, that was hard because I'm not really even sure I never seem to know this is status of John Jones whether or not he's eligible. Sure that's very true. That's a good point. I, also think. It would depend on how the fight plays out. If he goes out there and crush a lake, did the first fight and comes out unscathed maybe if he has a fight like as under Gustafsen where it's just like back and forth wars all beat up. Yes. concussions and everything and he goes home and his eyes swollen shot and she's his family I don't think fight again even if. He wins but so I think it depends how he wins if you win. So that's that's fair. I, do think that if he somehow knocks deep in the first round, then for sure he would probably feel the itch to keep fighting and probably will call Jones but if not. Yeah. If he's beat up, he's probably GonNa look at his kids and one stop doing that. Hey Guys Jose youngs here. 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23:16 min | 11 months ago

#72 Setembro O ms mais musical!

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175 - Burn It All!!!!

Dear Hank & John

45:07 min | 2 years ago

175 - Burn It All!!!!

"During John is supported by ZipRecruiter, some job boards, just going to overwhelm you with tons of the wrong resumes. Not smart but ZipRecruiter finds the right people for you. And actively invite them to apply that is smart. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash hankins. John. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Listener support W in Weiss studios. Hello and welcome to deer hanging. John. John and Hank. It's a comedy podcast where two brothers answer your questions. Give you advice in Britain. While the week's news from Mars and AFC women, John. Yes, what was your earliest childhood memory? I mean, if I offer it up, then it won't belong to me anymore will belong to all of the people who are listening right now. And also, I know you're just trying to get to some kind of punchline. Well, at any case mine was getting my first pair of glasses. Do you remember doing that John? I do because I just like everything before that's a blur. Do you? Remember the place where we got our first glasses from eventually fell into a sinkhole in Orlando, Florida. Yeah. I mean, that's. Given enough time that will happen to everything in Orlando, Florida. It's just it's just limestone pockets underneath there's no actual lamb d- yet. The weird thing about it was that having your up Thomas office fall into a sinkhole disappear wasn't even that unusual in our childhood. Yeah. I think actually the weirdest part of that was that also a Porsche dealership fell into the same sinkhole at the same. And it turned out. There was a bunch of cocaine in some of the Porsches, and they found it when they were pulling them out. So it was like a big story. Got I love Orlando so much. Okay. Cocaine. Orlando's story of all time Porsche full of cocaine falls into sinkhole might be like peak or a van. And it's just in there with a bunch of children's glasses. For extra treat. All right. Let's answer some questions from our listeners this first question comes from Allie who writes, John and Hank I got this adult coloring book I've been using for about a year and a half now, and almost all the pages have been colored in. What should I do? Once I finish it like it feels wrong to just toss it out when I've spent so much time coloring all the different pages. But if I just put it on, my bookshelf, it'll only take up space, and I'll probably never look at it again. So what do I do with a completed coloring book, not a cat alley? O alley cat. I got my first the first thing I thought of when you said adult coloring book is not I think what you are coloring. That is correct. Yeah. I think well who knows that's not for us to judge. The point is what do you do with it? And the answer is you have a ritual burning probably a ritual burning. Yeah. You invite all your friends over and you talk about the year and a half that coloring. This book was helpful to you. And now it is over and then you have a ritual murder of the coloring book, and it's very cleansing. I'm a huge believer. In Glen, go hank-, letting go of things and said the person who owns three thousand four hundred don't burn the books. John. I do puzzles a lot, and I really love doing puzzles. And and I always have this this feeling after I finished the puzzle. They like the I can't just pull it apart. Like, you put the last piece in and it's like done, and then you just tear it apart and put it back in the box of can't do it. It has to sit there for two days to two weeks before finally dismantle the puzzle, which I will, of course, never do like, I'm not gonna keep you put together. Forever. I remember when we were kids are parents had this Muppets puzzle. Oh, yeah. Had somehow glued all the pieces together. To celebrate having finished it, and it was like a huge part of our childhood looking at this month. It's poster all the time, and I have all these childhood memories of looking at Muppets puzzle. Not least because a couple pieces fell out over the years. Like a couple pieces weren't glued in that. Well, so it was never quite completed muscle was hanging on the wall as as time went on. Because it was so humid in Orlando, Florida, more and more pieces kept falling off until it was like really sort of disturbing looking thing that was on the wall. One of the one of the like really good things about growing up in Florida. Is that your constantly made aware that nature will back everything you have taken from it? Yes. Yeah. I mean that that puzzle. I imagine now is is contained entirely within an ecosystem hit has just every individual piece has been turned into a blade of grass or or moss or mold or something. Yeah. Just think it's so important in life to find ways to let go of stuff like even stuff that we've worked hard on. Sometimes you just have to let it go like nothing lasts forever. And if you can't get that through your skull. You're sort of hosed. Well, then also like I think that when I put together a puzzle. My alternate goal of doing the puzzle isn't a have a completed puzzle. It's to do the puzzle. So the has served its purpose. The moment is it is complete. The thing that I'm hanging onto is like the idea that that isn't the goal of the puzzle that there is some other eventual goal of the puzzle and that maybe something like has its hooks in my brain. But it's not a real thing. The goal of puzzle is to do it and the moments done. It is served its purpose in that purposes ended in I need to take it apart. Put it back in the box alley. I'm going to recommend that you put it on your bookshelf. Now that I've thought about it more. I mean, you might want to look at it later. No, let it go. Let it go fire. It served its purpose. You did you did a thing. It was beautiful and good. And it's over this next question comes from Emily who writes, Hank I work as a ticket seller for my school district. I get to sit around for about three to nine hours at a time. Dealing with angry parents trying to get into sporting events. Well, it seems like you like your job. Emily great. Our district senior citizens are free. How do you ask someone if they're old enough to qualify for the senior discount the last time, I asked are you sixty five or older, I almost got wacked with a cane, thanks for the advice. Emily don't don't ever ask that question? I don't agree Hank. I think you should Emily. If you ask me if I was sixty five or over you have a sign that says it, and then it's up to them to bring it up. You don't ask? Yeah. I agree. You don't ask? If like you don't ask unless they're suspiciously. Young and they're claiming to be over sixty five then maybe you're like, I'm sorry. But the over sixty five discount only applies to people over sixty five and they'll be like, oh, I am over sixty five foot. I'm so flattered that you didn't think I was and he'll be like, I can't believe that. We're having this fight because you're trying to save three bucks on a high school basketball game, you forty seven year old, man. Got a fake ID saying he's old so get on movie tickets. I wanna get fake ID. That says I'm sixty five I just have it be like somebody else like maybe an driver's license from dad like like, no. Yeah. Just turned sixty five six five. It's been who. I mean just goes by so fast, especially forty to sixty five if you could possibly fake it. You got a career just in being like look at me. I'm sixty five years old. I've been using this product it's my ground up coloring book paste that that I've been delivered to being by Allie. It's just coloring book ground up with with just various co Lloyd's. Milky substances that I then rub on on my face. It's extremely expensive. And look, but look at me though, look at me look at forty years old. I don't look a day over forty two Tanzer question. Emily, I think he put up a sign, and I don't think you ask anybody. And if people try to sneak into the basketball game, pretending that they're over sixty five when they're not they're going to have to deal with the consequences of that in eternity. Right. Yes. And I do not feel like it is either your responsibility or something that you care about if somebody is attempting to break into the basketball game without without payment. So. Honestly, whatever gets you through the day because it doesn't seem like you love this job. And I I I don't think like maximizing revenue is that important. I think you should just do what makes the day manageable. This next question comes from Joshua steer Hanke. John recently started a journal format starts off with a list of the day's activities. Followed by my favorite moment of that day. That's nice that leaves like a third of the page empty. What should I put in the rest of the page pumpkins and penguins? Josh burn it tear it up. Josh you considered burning your journal. No. I tell you what I would put in there. I wouldn't put in a list of like ongoing resentments like like are you start kill list? Yeah. Yeah. I don't forget about it. I don't want to forget the people who have wronged me or the other thing. I might put on there is like a list of all the things I worried about before going to sleep a catalog of this is bad the hundred or two hundred things that rifle through my head during the hour that I'm trying to fall asleep. The people I may have wrong the activities. I haven't finished the responsibilities, I've shirked, etc. Josh for an actual piece of advice. Here's what I if I had the kind of dedication to this that you seem to have I would draw a little picture in that about him third. And I'd try to maybe dry the same picture every day for a week and see if I do it differently or maybe I'll give you a prompt. It's Santa Claus die. China sor? So you're going to draw Santa Claus dinosaur everyday for a week and see all the different ways that that prompt takes you. And then the week after that I wanted to do like a rabbit smoking pipe, and I wanna see that and like show me different rabbit smoking pipes. And maybe you can I'm not saying they're going to be good is not about being good. Just like your journalism about like writing. Beautiful prose is just like, hey, I'm the throw this at future me who's going to read through these things maybe someday. And be like what was I do in January twenty nineteen. Oh, yeah. That that really super stoned rabbit. I drew. Oh, I didn't think it was that kind of pipe well on day seven you gotta mix it up. All right. Well, I've actually been reading diary recently. Dawn Powell's diary issues. This great writer, and it is really interesting to read someone's diary, it feels incredibly invasive even though Don pal has been dead for quite a while. And at the end of her life said that she wanted her diaries to be published. It still feels like, wow, I can't believe that. I am allowed to read these things about a stranger. So try to include that kind of that kind of the juicy stuff. That's my advice. Last third of the Fayed is just what other juiciest stuff of the day. Right. Yeah. Just like at the bottom third. Be like, I think this is what the. You know, people have seventy years from now will want to read about my day. I definitely think that you should assume that no one's going to read your diary because otherwise pressure. All right. The next question comes from K who writes John Hanke few weeks ago? I matched with someone on a dating app and after chatting for a bit we decided to go on a date. But shortly thereafter, I got sick. And when I told him he told me to get back to him. If I wanted to go out once I felt better. Well, it's been several weeks. And it turns out I have mono, which is why I felt so terrible this whole time, and I'll be better soon and no longer contagious. And I want to let him know. So he doesn't forget about me. But I'm worried that the connotations of the disease will. Okay. Because it's the kissing disease. Okay. I am not familiar with these connotations of mono. I have always understood it to be just a really bad viral illness that sometimes attacks your spleen, but apparently it has sexually transmitted vibes. Yeah. I'll I will. I will say that I got mono and high school completely without any fun way of contracting. It I contracted it in the normal someone spat into the air and it landed on my tongue way. Yeah. Like, you can get the common cold for making out. But you can also get it from you know, putting your hand on a gas pump. Or at least that's where I assume I got it from. Now that I get every disease from my child coughing directly into my nose. God. I mean is there a better way to ensure that every? Yeah. Anywhere, doctor recently and the doctor was like as your kid been sick. And I'm like he's too. That's all he is. Never mind. I'm sorry. I asked that question, obviously, he's been sick. Yeah. Yeah. Kids are home from school today. And I just I feel bad for them. But I have to confess that. I also feel so bad for me. Told them that like, I'm so sorry, you're sick. But also little sympathy for me. Why will know in think of dear old, dad? I don't feel great. And yet I have to take care of you and do this podcast with my brother. So back to case question. Should I tell him that I have mono or should I keep it vague and risk him? Not believing me. Oh, just pack my bags and move away. K just tell them you of mono, if this guy freaks out about you having mono, he's the worst. Also, if you're like, I'm getting better, but not gonna tell you what was wrong with me. That's that's weirder. Now, I'm nervous. I'm worried for you. I worried for your family. I don't. Yeah. I want to know the specifics. No, you just say, listen, I had mono on feeling better. The doctor says no longer contagious. And then you tell them exactly in grave detail. Exactly how you got the disease. I licked gas station pump. It was in the stake. I made. No or telephone you. The disease from kissing someone who cares. Good God on Tinder accused people. Sometimes. It shouldn't be that big of a surprise. Oh, man KM sorry about twenty nineteen dating. It seems very stressful at difficult. But I think by the way Kate had a great name specific sign off which was every contagious. Kiss begins with comma. It's great. That's great. My motto and high school experience. Do you want to hear how how this experience started for me, John? Yes, sure woke up, and I didn't wasn't feeling great. And I went into my bathroom where I discovered that. There was vomit in the sink and p in the bathtub, and I was like how did this happen? This very weird and upsetting. And then I realized that I like no one else was in the house, and I had fever dreamed up into the bathroom and puked in the sink and Pete in the bathtub. So I went back to head. Wow. I was that sick. Models a applied whooping cough in college, which I also don't recommend. No. And the main symptom of it. I guess this is the hang John illness special, which I'm excited about the main symptom of it was that I would start coughing and then in between the cost I would make this whooping sound like. And then I would barf. Like, I just start coughing. And I'd be like, oh, man. This only ends one way with the whooping sound for like four. Whoops, and then barf ING vaccinate your kids. This next question comes from Justin who asks dear hang John the department. I work in Atma company is large enough that I don't know everyone in my department sometimes when someone's going through a tough time such as the loss of a family member the administrative assistant. We'll get a sympathy card and make it available for people to sign. I make sure to sign it. If the person in need of sympathy is someone I know. But what should I do if it's someone? I don't know. Should I still sign the card if so what should I write in it? This just in good, Justin. That's good. You should sign the card and right nothing signed the carton, right? Nothing. Possibly say. Sorry for your office. This justin. Don't do not use the name specific sign off in sympathy card, just and it's a good name civic sign off. But like any names Pacific sign off? There's a time in a place, and it's not just after somebody's cat died. Yeah. Just sign your name. Probably just sign your name. Yeah. The reason you just sign your name is that what people really want to feel at least in my experience in that moment is they wanna feel a broad network of support. They wanna feel the thoughts and prayers and love of lots of people including strangers and just seeing a lot of names in a lot of different pen colors is helpful at least in my experience. So even if you don't know the person, I still think it's worthwhile to sign the card. I trust your opinions on these things so much more than I trust my own. So I'm glad to have you there to tell me these things. Well, I am a failed hospital chaplain, Hank. So something of an expert this next question comes from Catherine who writes a lot of the times when I walk with my friends. My shoelaces, come undone, then a stranger will tell me that my shoelaces are undone and I find this extremely frustrating because the shoe is on my foot, and I can feel my own shoes. Slowly becoming loose. I'm not an idiot bad at tying my shoes. Catherine. There's no question. But I thought it was interesting. The question. It went on for a while the okay, it's it's just a situation that I've so familiar with and I don't I don't what to do. So here's I've solved this problem. I no longer have Hsu-tang ability. I have a I don't know what it's called a toggle that slides out in the titans that way, and then you let go of a button and it holds self in a place. Right. That is I think I know what you mean. But you don't a poor job of describing as possible way. I'm sure it's called something. So I have one of those that tightened the issues before I had that one. I feel there's something wrong with the way that ties us because they come untied all the time or there's something wrong with how people do shoelaces or something. And to why are you telling me do die? Do you think I'm gonna because my shoe is untied? I will stay on attack and get tetanus block John just never be able to drink again would. No, I don't think it's that specific concern. I think the concern is that you're going to trip on your shoes, you're going to fall and break your hip, and then never quite fully recover. I think that's the fear. That strangers are feeling when they tell you that your shoes untied how here is about. Laces. I've been on both sides of this problem like I've both been Catherine. And I've been the person who says to Katherine I can't believe you're getting on an escalator with your shoes. Untied? For instance. I think it comes from a good place. But it does put the person with untied shoes in an incredibly uncomfortable position. Because in all likelihood they were already aware of their untied chew situation. And they're just not in a place right now where they can easily tie their shoes. But they will be soon and they've got a plan, and they don't need you, interrupting the plan with your comments on it. Yep. However, none of this is necessary because we've actually discussed previously on the pod. There is a way to tie your shoes that does not involve double nodding, but does prevent them from ever becoming untied until and unless you want them to be untied, you can go to patriot dot com slash dear Hankun, John to see a link to a video on this topic next question comes from Susanna who asks dear Huben Kinjo. This startup. I worked for had to lay people off today. Well, this thing took a direction from funny names to job loss. I'm sorry. It was not entirely unexpected. As we were warned that we were having some issues, but we were not warned of the scope or decision making process that went into who. And how many would be let go gently I've still got a job. But if you were the co workers that I've worked really closely with and become generally good friends with we're laid off, and I'm still feeling. Holy wrecked. How do I deal with this servers guilt? What do I say to my now ex co workers, do I say anything how do I return to work like normal and get anything done? You're dubious advice is greatly appreciated. Oh, susannah. Yeah. This is really hard because we're told by the social order a that so much of our own self worth is wrapped up in what we do for a job. And be that work is like a family and here at startup X. We're not like a regular company. We're a family, and that's why you work here. Sixteen hours a day six days a week because it's a family, and we're all in this together. And then there inevitably comes a day when you find out it's not a family. It's a company. Yeah. And should be should be treated like that. That isn't to say that like the people your co workers aren't candid shouldn't be important parts of your lives important friends. But I think that if that is the case then like that relationship should extend outside of the boundaries of work and also outside of the time when you work together in the same place, and it's completely normal to maintain friendships with people that you met at work after that like that particular relationship is over and probably those people would really appreciate feeling like they aren't going to be like left out of like a social SIS. System that they were also depending on because they're being left left out of this economic system that they were depending on and would love it if you would reach out and continue to be friends with them, and and continue to like do social good things with them or start doing more social things with another to know, you're not going to have this other relationship, and you wanna maintain something and and keep that relationship alive as for how to deal with the survivor's guilt of the whole situation. And and not knowing you know, the dislike how these decisions got made. That's a real bummer. And isn't is is kind of indicative of like, you know, probably a crisis that the company is going through right now. It's terrible. And and really the only thing you can do is they like this is the vagaries of the universe. And I'm going to attempt to continue doing the work that I find valuable and that is hopefully, hopefully, adding value to the world and and not try to analyze exactly how all these. Decisions got made. Yeah. I mean on a deep level, it's not about you. Although that's not something that humans are particularly good at comprehending. Yeah. That's that's terrible. And it's something that's happened to some of my friends recently to all of which reminds me that today's podcast is brought to you by complexly complexly. Support our YouTube channels. Lots of our voice wasn't to inside gas. John. We're doing fine. We're not in trouble. Not yet. There's two there's two schools of thought in the world of business. The Hank green school? We're not in trouble. And the John green school. We're not in trouble yet. Well, if you want to support us on that money does go to support social and crash versus the educational things we do online. This has brought to you by John Green's crushed coloring book, face paced. It'll make you look twenty five years younger. You'll look a day over forty today's podcast is also brought to you by a sink coal full of Porsche's full of cocaine. Sinkhole full of Porsche's full of cocaine come for the syncopal stay for the Porsche's full of cocaine. God bless it. And finally, this podcast is brought to you by a rabbit smoked a pipe a revenue spoke at a pipe. Just gotta draw them every day for the rest of your life to see to see what happens. We also have a real sponsored today. Skill share Hank skills. Your has over twenty five thousand classes in everything from business management to all kinds of creative stuff social media marketing. Yeah, that's an interesting number because I was recently doing a skill Sharad read in that number was twenty thousand so the number continues to climb John people are making content on skill share. So that other people can learn how to do stuff that is useful to them or have skills that they didn't have before. Maybe it's Photoshop maybe it's video editing. Maybe it's cooking. There's all kinds of stuff that one. Can learn at skill shared there to keep you learning and reaching new goals and finding out how to do new stuff. And if you go to skill share dot com. What's the promo code, Hank? Hank john? It's Hank John. Why can't it be? Hey, I'm not going to get mad. If you go to skill share dot com and use the promo code, Hank. John you can get what's the deal? You can get two months of unlimited access to those twenty five thousand classes for free that skill share dot com slash Henk. John just tank and John the names with Hank. I and John second. Why did it end up that way? I don't know. Hank? John skill share dot com slash Hank. John. I'm older. Yeah. But it sounds better though. Right. Hank John than John? Hang on Hayes too hard to say that way. Johnny. Yeah. I don't know Hank. All right. Thank we got another question. This comes from Mabel who writes, dear John and Hank is it appropriate to gift secondhand books. I have some books that I've read and loved, but will probably never read again and my friend's birthdays coming up so instead of buying a second copy of the book could I just give the one I already have or is that weird and unacceptable. Many. Thanks, Mabel, Mabel, Mabel. Mobile. I have had friends do this a bunch and thing that I really appreciate I have one friend who just this particularly almost always gives the secondhand book on birthday or anniversary or something. And and she will write on the inside of the cover a little information about why she thinks the book and then sign it. And I'll be like whenever I look at that book. I'm like, oh, yeah. She sent me this book. And and this is what she thought about it. And gave me a little something to go on. And it's almost like sort of half card half like present, which I really like don't tell my publisher that I said this because of course, with my business person had on believe that you should only buy my books in hardcover, and that you should buy a new copy for each time. You wanna read one, but? Seven times that I've purchased it seven times perfect. Yeah. Under full. I think secondhand books are almost a better present than new books because you feel the love in, you know, and also because it's a very particular particular copy. It's not just any book this person, you knows copy of that book. And I don't know I've always thought it was really cool. And it's something that I do. I love it. When people give me books that they've read and enjoyed and thought that I would enjoy and I also love those little notes that people. Right. Hang. Although I will say if you write one of those notes it becomes very hard to make it a third hand gift a little bit. Yeah. I mean, you can take it to the the book exchange place that if you have one of those probably take it. All right, Hank. We got another question. This comes from Cassie who writes, John and Hank inspired by John I've decided to delete all my social media, apps and only check certain websites once a week on my laptop. So far instead of having a positive impact on my mental health. I just lay in bed for hours staring out the window in replace of staring at a screen feeling almost worse because my thoughts have no distraction what healthier habits can I create to replace my phone at least while I'm adjusting. My thoughts are stars. They can't fathom into constellations. But at least I'm Cassiopeia. That's very good Cassiopeia got got there. I read read put why I probably would just watch northern exposure over just the whole thing from the beginning. If I had some extra time, it's really what sort of whatever anchor for lately what a weird show to pick. As like the show that you would devote yourself to like northern exposure was a fine television program. But like, it's not like the sopranos or something. It's not a classic. It is absolutely classic. Okay. This apprentice with no murder. Everybody's soprano. Everybody's fine. They're all nice people. It is a show about nice people who are nice to each other and have funny sweet things happen. It is the definition of harmless is how I find northern exposure, perhaps the most harmless television program ever made. I hope so I hope I don't go to get and be like, oh, this this Tepelea problematic. You never know. But Cassie I know what you mean here, which is that one of the things that we use social media for is distraction distracting us from boredom from dullness. And also from like sort of way down deep pains that we need on some level to distract ourselves from. I do think that it takes a while to find anything as compelling, as you know, constantly updating feeds are that's why they've become such a huge part of our lives. But I do think it's worth the effort at least in my experience. So yeah, you can't just stare out the window. That's gonna make you feel really really sad. I would encourage you to either go out there to the stuff. That's that's on the other side of the window and explore that physical space. It's like VR, but. It's so real like, you feel everything. And even the smallest touches of like rain or wind on your hand feel like actual wind or rain. And then the other thing I would say is. Yeah, watched stuff read stuff. Call a friend try to find ways to engage with the world because that's what you're replacing. And in you, try to replace that only with staring out the window. It's never gonna work. That's a great point John before we get to the news for Marzano AFC Wimbledon, which is differently from last week, bad and good in a different way. Oh, God him so happy. Oh my God. Sorry. What are we talking about? We flipped flipped places. We flipped places. But I did want to talk to some of the responses to things so has a response. I was listening to the new episode of the pod today and you kept bringing up crashing that prom. And I wanted to tell you that because of you crashing our twenty fifteen we got in trouble for being too rowdy, which is a wild. Because why would they make? Get a Gatsby themed party if they didn't want us to be rowdy. Emily. I am sorry that you got in trouble. As a result of me. Crashing your prom. I will say that y'all were a little bit rowdy. Like, I thought that I could just calmly a crash a prom with my best friend or spouse is like a normal thirty nine year old crashing a prom. And I felt that you guys were a little rowdier than was absolutely necessary. I don't wanna put it on you, Emily. But. Maybe next time think twice about how you react to some guy. Crashing your. Also, we got a lot of emails that were like this one for Miriam. Dear John and Hank in recent episode. You talk quite a bit about peeps. So here's my question. What are peeps? Isn't an American thing. Please write me. Miriam PS what is Arbor day? Or is it harbor? Yeah. It's a day where we all go to the harbor, and we sort of look out over the harbor, and we think that's nice. Well, it's not that much crazier than what Arbor day actually is a day when we all look at trees and think that's nice Arbor day today on America. We were like trees are good. Yeah. It's basically the day in American weird that it's when we're like oh God. Sorry. Trees about everything. We've done to you over the last five hundred years and the trees are like, yeah. No, it's good. It's we're fine. Peeps. Are the opposite of trees? I think narrowest way to defined. Marshmallow. That's covered in sugar. Now. I know you're saying isn't a marshmallow just made of sugar. Yes. Yup. He ended the story. I can't explain it anymore. Also there in the shape of small chickens. Or other things. The holiday which brings me to this Email from Haley who wrote dear John and Hank. My name is Haley, and I worked with peeps and design their seasonal changeovers between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen there are no Arbor day. Peeps yet. But there are for Valentine's Day Easter summer Halloween and Christmas also per Hanks, odd phone caller ID quakertown veterinary clinic that was another one of our clients. And wondering if someone swapped the meta text by accident weird. Now that is very weird. That is very weird. And you say here that that's probably neither interesting or helpful to you. It isn't helpful. But it's very interesting that when I called peeps on the phone got another one of your clients that is not in any way related to peeps. Very interesting. But anyway, if you ever have veterinary need in quakertown, please call Quaker tone veterinary clinic. Absolutely. And if you're ever looking for some sugar coated in sugar are the way to go, Hank. Yeah. AFC wimbledon. Yes. Laid West Ham United in the fourth round of the fake up. I know furthest AFC Wimbledon had ever made it in the FA Cup West Ham a team in the Premier League. Most famous for being the only soccer team mentioned by name in the Harry Potter books West Ham United a team so big that even in a world of quidditch people care about it a team that I think is. Currently like ninth in the Premier League. Some eighty spots above us where we are currently routed to the basement of league one almost certain to be relegated that West Ham came to king's meadow in the fourth round of the FA Cup. And we won the game four two in. What has to be one of the biggest upsets in the history of FC Wimbledon moving onto the fifth round of the FA Cup. Unbelievable scenes. I mean, I watched the whole thing on television ESPN, plus, and I couldn't believe it. Wimbledon were up three now at one point. Yeah. And then I brought my children down. And when the game me, you said Hank this is like there's still a lot of time in the game left. But I'm very excited. And then I started watching I'm trying to edit a video, and I get very nervous. Very nervous. Yeah. Because they went they went from three zero up to three two and not thinking. Well, of course this. Is going to end I should never have. And that's usually how it goes in these FA Cup ties with, you know, the David faces the Goliath is that even when you do score they end up winning because they've got, you know, more fitness and they ring on incredible players as substitutes at cetera. But in this game, what happened is that? When when when it got to three two, and I told my kids they had to leave because I didn't want them to see me like this. Wimbledon started to play with like more confidence instead of less. And then there was a goal goal minute. It was gorgeous, and it was Toby civic. He's nineteen years old. It was his first goal for AFC Wimbledon. He's a product of the Wimbledon academy like will Nightingale. I mean, it's just it's an incredible story and Wimbledon are moving onto the fifth round of the FA Cup for the first time since reforming in two thousand two. I mean, this is crazy. We can't win a game in league one, and we just beat West Ham and now in the fifth round, we're going to be playing Millwall another relatively famous English club. Although not in the Premier League. In fact, they are I think in nineteenth place currently in the championship. So I'm sure they're looking game West Ham. You could beat with Millwall. I know I'm sure Millwall's looking at this game thinking that's an easy win. But I have to say I'm looking at that. Game and thinking, I mean, the chances are a lot better than if we were playing Manchester City, obviously, great to play Manchester City from financial perspective like to, you know, have all of that revenue from all the ticket sales and everything. But I I mean, we have a chance who can help dream. That is the wonderful thing about football and life is that you can't help but dream. Oh, God it was so beautiful. I wept. I cried and cried and cried it's been such a hard year for Wimbledon. And it's just incredible a good a good news in the midst of the darkness. I I also watched the highlights of the game and after that eight minute goal and the last seven minutes of the game. There were two extremely good chances for him. Yes. That by all rights votes should have been goals and would have been game in in during overage time. And I was just like oh God. I'm glad I wasn't watching that. It was it was a stressful. It's a stressful watch made that kid goal. He looks. He is twelve I mean. Yeah. The goalkeeper who is currently playing for Wimbledon is on loan from born Muth. And I believe he's seventeen or eighteen so yeah, he is a kid. We've got a very young. We got a very young group right now. And that's what the manager Wally down says he wants he says he wants players who are young and hungry. And I I mean, I don't think we're going to be able to stay up, obviously. But while what a great day for Wimbledon fans everywhere, and I should add really quickly since we're talking about this that if you want to be part of this story, if you want to own part of a FC Wimbledon, it's only twenty five pounds a year, which is like thirty bucks and dropping. Brexit joke. It has never been so inexpensive for Americans to join the trust. As it is today, and you can be you can be a part owner of AFC Wimbledon and support their story. Just Google the don's trust and become an owner of this incredible special club and get to live the dream with them. I I'll got it was so amazing. It was so wonderful. I I I'm making a video about it actually involved brothers because I was reminded watching that game of the reason I became a sports fan in the first place. And it's just there is no pure emotion that I've ever experienced and what I'm really after in life. I think is like that that purity of experienced the like, so many emotions are complicated in hard to sort through. And and experiences are good news and bad news at the same time. And then you just occasionally you just need pure grain. Great news. And like, I get that from sports. I get it from landing Landers on Mars, just I'm always looking for that feeling. Yes. So great news, Hank. What is the news from Mars? Also, great. No, it's not ultimately we haven't talked about opportunity in a while. Rover been on the surface of Mars now for over fifteen years, and it so basically, I'm ready to give up hope. On on Friday started to send a new set of commands to the Rover with the idea that possibly it has started up, but due to problems with the clock or with some other like re- like internal systems like wasn't being wasn't like reaching out to NASA wasn't listening correctly. Nothing has come back. There's sort of like chasing down. Like, maybe this thing has turned on. And it just isn't functioning quite properly. But what appears to be the case is we're now entering into the we're going to soon be entering into Martian winter for for where paternity is and then it will get very cold and darker, and if that happens like it's just it's over for this little guy because there's not enough light. And it's going to be way too cold for any of it systems to come back on. So it looks like it happened. Let's like last June. When that dust storm hit. It just was too dark for too long for opportunity to stay warm enough to start back up after it started getting electrobi- running through its solar panels again and Stephen Squires the principal investigator for the mission says to be taken out by one of the most ferocious storms on Mars in decades that is an honorable death. That's really quite beautiful. Oh, man honor. I mean, it must it must be so difficult. For all the people who've worked on that mission for the last fifteen plus years. It's just yeah. But also what a great story of what humans can do when we worked together. And so I yeah. Like everything's gonna die. But what a life it had. Yeah. Fifteen years way longer than ever thought. And and lots of lots of great science got done. And now we are still on the surface of Mars with curiosity, and and gonna go go again in twenty twenty and it's a fascinating place and just keep learning more. Well, Hank here's to curiosity long. May it rain both as you know, like a Rover and as a an emotional state. John. Thank you for potting with me. It was a pleasure. I had a really good time. This podcast is edited by nNcholas Jenkins. It's produced by Roseana hall throw. Awesome shared Gibson, our head of community and communications, Victoria, Buongiorno. If you wanna Email us you questions, please do that. You can do it at him John gmaiLcom. So the we'll have stuff to talk about the music you're hearing now in the beginning of podcast by the great gonna roll. 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Big Papi goes public - Red Soxs potential SPAC. Twilios gold shovel. Fashions QVC-ification.

Snacks Daily

20:01 min | 10 months ago

Big Papi goes public - Red Soxs potential SPAC. Twilios gold shovel. Fashions QVC-ification.

"Nick this Jack and this is snacks. Daily eight is Tuesday October thirteen happy teaboy, Tuesday. This is the best one yet she act this way what we did yesterday and stocks jumped First Story Jack. What do we got rid? SOX Nation is the first fan base to form an identity around hating another team. Now, the antiach he's reportedly planning to go public. This is a big one for a second story. When you're uber driver calls you to say that they've arrived they're actually using Ilia. They're also probably five minutes away from where you are. That's fifty billion dollar shovel provider to the APP gold rush for our third and final stories knackers in third grade. You probably stay home sick once or twice, and you might have watch QVC on television. Yes. Now Fashion Brands Jack are seeing themselves the old, diy. QVC. Jackie. Dream the hamburger was. KNACKERS happy. which is it's not just any teaboy. Tuesday to now? No No, no no. No. Four are Scandinavians knackers. This is the worst one. Yet that's right. It's the National Day of failure over and finless. Yeah. Can I got tipped off to this by legendary snacker? Lloyd. Brahmin in Philadelphia he's been celebrating every year the fins are celebrating an entire day. Devoted to making mistakes messing classic. If you make a mistake today, you've got carte blanche excuse cards. You say was Finland's National Day affair. Sorry for spilling hot coffee the but after all it is national day I'm sure that will work out well, and I know someone who can south with them things on your thigh when he got things on your thoughts. I thing in Finland business leaders and celebrities they're speaking up in going public about times that they've picked up in life. So Jack I jumped and snacks out notice. It's like the full realm finish business celebrities they got over an executive at Nokia, the creator of angry birds, the popular mobile classic head coach of the National Ice Hockey team who's like a Number one over the Pantheon of business wisdom in the country of Finland have all announced their past failures on this day. October thirteen. Now, the idea here is they're encouraging you to try something out because failing is okay and eventually you'll get by maybe you try torching that Carameli- souffle yourself on the stove or asking someone out on their first date even. Present show, they're going to reject around a hundred percent but jack and I have got an ounce got our own failures today jacked WanNa kick things off made Alex. breakfast today flipped it on a broken a Yoki spinach cheddar cheese mess. Non Mistake that's delicious. But tried making hands free phone call to mom through Siri Jack end up cursing Syria instead phone call mom mobile no mobile no matthew now not hauling Matthew Not Matthew. Let's hit a three story. Daily. Food is candy. They don't reflect the views of robinhood family stolen. Just so Recommending any securities nope. Not a research report or investment by snape offer or sale of security by. Digestible business news video. Financial LLC member FINRA. S. See. Our first story, the Boston Red Sox just had their worst season in years. So they're reportedly trying out and finance to become the first American baseball team to IPO. Honestly, it beats the minors but ticker symbol Jack where within your socks socks spell socks no socks s Awa KS or he could go no Ma but you could do one or two as on that thing, I like the babe. ABC to show that they're really just owning that curse that they're over it or Jack maybe a living in the south end you WanNa go a little bit more low key Ego C. T. G. O.. That's an Easter egg for the real monsters out there or how about dvr. Deborah Toe, pumps hazelnut. smackers. This story is about Fenway Sports, Group A company owned by billionaire John Henry Yeah not too shabby also owns and operates Boston Red Sox Park and Liverpool football club because this is a classy organization and this story is also about Red Ball acquisition a publicly traded company right now and the company has one job bill buckner grabs ground balls red ball acquisition acquires private companies take some public. I actually don't think that sports analogy works because Bill Buckner didn't get the ground ball is national failure day. So Red Ball acquisition is a SPEC. It's controlled by billy bean the famous. Athletics. GM from the movie and Book Moneyball who else was accomplished two of our life goals I becoming a PF WTN person familiar with the matter and second Jack Getting cast as Brad Pitt in a move not too shabby. Now, the news here is that red, ball acquisition Corp. is going to be acquiring fenway, which means eight facto by the transit of property. The Red Sox will become a publicly traded stock talks are still preliminary. Fall through it's not official yet. But if it is the Red Sox organization Fenway Sports, group will be worth eight billion dollars about any ESPN's already like six thirty for thirty, six part films on this nick in. America, has four major sports. I think that's what they're. All right. Right. We call it that we're going around to that number the NBA the MLB, the NFL NHL There are one, hundred, twenty, three team, and they're all technically private companies with just. A few really interesting exceptions. Okay. The Green Bay packers love to Brag that are owned by their fans. Yes. Let's the stocks not traded on stock markets. You can only give this stock as a gift like for a Bar Mitzvah it's a certificate you frame and you're putting your man cave the base worth throwing that one on the a wedding registry ETF. The Atlanta braves are also owned by a much larger conglomerate that happens to on the Atlanta braves. Yes. They are and Madison Square Garden Sports is the stock that owns the rangers and the Knicks Down in New York, and then across the pond you got Manchester United, which is a straight up like UK based publicly traded stock with a soccer otherwise be science. Those really interesting examples. Ninety nine percent of sports follows this single ownership structure. You have one incredibly wealthy guy who owns the company Jerry Jones Dallas Cowboys kicks up his boots doesn't do much else and. If no one incredibly person you have a consortium of incredibly wealthy owners. That's the other option check the more the Merrier, the Miami Marlins, why not get jeeter Jordan and a private equity guy in thirteen really wealthy Floridians in a room together but the Red Sox, this could be different if this SPAC was issued goes through Red Sox stock could be owned by anyone who's got a brokerage account and money to invest but here's the thing snacker sports team financials. They're shrouded in secrecy. got to see the books so to speak, but as a publicly traded company, the Red Sox would have to tell us every. For example, they'd have to tell potential investors how much the green pink costs to paint that giant four, hundred, twenty foot out there monster Jack Chris sale signing a positive roi is the Jimmy Buffett concert bring in more money than the John Mayer concert I don't think. So trick question both more entertaining than the red sox. So Jack, what is the takeaway for buddies? Over the Red Sox? We have a new category of investor. We gotTA talk. About. This, we do the die hard investor Yip, the fan investors and other company by the way with its heart. Also, in Boston, Barstool sports are still just like the Red Sox has a following of die hard fan, and now Barstool is owned by Penn National Gaming up publicly traded casino and gambling company and lots of fans of Barstool are also becoming fans of Penn National Gaming Stock. The stock of gaming is so high right now it's like baffling stock analysts it's tripled in two thousand, Twenty Penn National Gaming has and that doesn't seem to be fueled by fundamental stock announced. Coincidence, Yak because the loyalty of Red Sox fans also baffles most human beings as well. Yeah. So the current owner of the Red Sox organization, John Henry, he thinks that die hard fan nece could also translate to Red Sox talk if you've got a calf tattoo, you're probably going to buy the stock as well. If that happens nick and the stock manages to get die hard Red Sox fans as investors, Aka fan busters then the stock of red sox could lift even if acid more with big PAPI than. Baker earnings four our second story TWI- Leo. Just made its biggest acquisition ever you know out, but you probably used it today definitely. But here's the thing about twelve snappers the technology behind Williams like it's just it's just really hard to explain. So the founder of twilly has his favorite move that he likes to pull out like dinner parties or pitches VC don't joke. This is like the party trick of Sandhill road he actually used to do this guy's name is Jeff Lawson. Any tells the people in the room Ever got a phone call from Uber when the drivers circling the block and can't find you. So he calls you but you never gave them your phone number. No, you didn't. You didn't end by the way. The AP says that he's three minutes away. There's no way. He's not at least ten minutes away or have you ever logged into your wells fargo account and they're like sure you can log in but what four digit number do we just texture always never going to be two of the same digits little trick question over. There they're playing with you or when match APP pairs you with Mr and Mrs Right Yeah but they don't give away the phone number. Now case there Mr and Mrs Wrong or you don with instant card and robs texting you from the store he subbing out the peach nectarine and wants to know if you're down with the baby Bok Choy, not the real big boxer and it can be blown away by this pretty much any abuse to chat with somebody else you're chatting through twilly or Jeff Larson. What's eight you see that? That's. The Dinner Party track. Now, the core product of Twi- Leo is anonymous and direct customer communication and he started texting then they expanded to email. Then they're doing phone calls. Now they're doing the whole website customer service situation, the IP in two, thousand sixteen, and now they're worth fifty, billion dollars Nick Translation five lifts five left's and the stock has nearly tripled this year because the pandemic is causing a sudden diversification, one of the customer base. Their main customers always used to be the GIG APPS that you're seeing because he had to connect the GIG worker with you. But now J. Crew is using twenty to live chat with customers for on shop or maybe you're planning to donate to a political campaign Syria and emails from them every six minutes. That's twenty that's probably twenty trillion or you're getting a document from a doctor about that thing on your thoughts that you just checked up. Well, that's all happening online and twilly making the interaction APP companies that used to rely an person to. Customer Communications they turned to William during the pandemic for distance digital communication will the company twilly just splurge three point, two, billion dollars their biggest amount ever on an acquisition for a startup that helps move customer service information on you from one APP to another APP and toil jumped eight percent yesterday because they own the customer relationship arguably more than the customers in the APP store. It's awkward his own in this situation here. So Jack, what's the takeaway for our buddies over twilly for every gold miner ask who sold them their tool snacks you know the consumer facing companies who are winning today in the corona economy. NETFLIX's stock almost doubled them. Almost tripled down. KOMO's quadruple. They all struck gold in the current economy. Miners don't dig with their bare hands. They used tools to find that goal. What kind of a minor would that be the tools leg shop I? It's behind the scenes helping sephora sell makeup online or maybe it's Scots Miracle Grow which is providing the fertilizer that like every cannabis startup is using right now Twi- Leo is another shovel seller in the gold rush and crazily it's probably the one you interact with the most five minutes ago four third and final story. This one's wild fashion brands are starting their own QVC style shopping channel because online shopping can be lonely to. Be. See the original influence or out of our generation, what it stands for now but you one hundred percent need this bop that's on Qvc read our Val, ten thousand tweets about what that stands for check. Back in the nineties Nicaragua Checkout Cable TV. There's one Channel One hundred percent dedicated to selling things you're GONNA screw up you're GONNA go to usually channel eight and by the way if you're an astrology for this, you can still get QBC on Roku Amazon fire stick but this show was a show without a shout no wasn't it was like the original Seinfeld it was a nonstop commercial the whole thing the whole thirty minute block is just a commercial trying to sell you something boom jewelry decorations kitchen really think the host mimics the in store personal shopper to get you to buy these interact with. You and there was a nice like common touch vis-a-vis the phone calls from viewers which the hosts accepted lot. Yeah. There was Jack. Hey. It's Doug from Bennington are these dockers GonNa look good for my anniversary. Doug. Yes. These would be perfect for your anniversary debtor doug these are only intended for your anniversary. Now, QVC is a close relative to the infomercial. Billy mays here good point point because there's always four easy payments of ninety nine and the shipping and handling is not include no cash on delivery please pay shipping and churches that despite all that there's actually demand for QVC like video shows from cable. Cutting online shoppers today, this is the story that Jack and I found in the Wall Street Journal and found fascinating apparently thirteen thousand people tuned in live on Tommy Hilfiger website to watch. Tommy Hilfiger, fall collection. It's a show hosted by models, influencers and celebrities showing off Tommy's blue and white. Sherpa jacket for only eighty, nine, ninety, nine. So broadcast just like Tommy figures are going direct to consumer from fashion brands website or on its Youtube Pager on instagram page along with some one click add to cart options that are very handy. This has already been a thing in China where Tommy Hilfiger had one. livestream show recently with fourteen million viewers does again be game to finals nine million viewers. They actually showed a Hoodie during this event boom one point three, thousand of those hoodies into minutes. There are two big behavioral issues Nick and I have pointed out here with my job at Jack and I chat about this pretty much every day that they're too many options, and then there's too little imagination when it comes to ECOMMERCE. If you're shopping online, you're overwhelmed with like literally a trillion things you could boss Ocher, you need like someone just to support you psychologically through the purchase. So instead these companies are doing. A fashion event showcases with only ten items looking at ten sharp picks from our Spring Twenty twenty one collection snack as you've heard, say that content is King Will Jack and I like to point out that curation is the queen. That's why they're shown you the oversized ball cardigans super cozy for your post work from home chill. All right. So that's to handle. All the like too many options problem with online sales. But how about the two little imagination problem check? That's why the fashionable hosts of these shows explain the item and help you envision actually owning and wear care is going to show you what to wear how to wear when to wear wide aware to make sure you're actually wearing it doug for that anniversary in. Bennington so many options to little imagination fashion brands are launching their own QVC like streaming shows to solve those two problems sue jack what's the takeaway for buddies over in the fashion industry without storefronts catalyzer dressing rooms fashion has to get creative Jack what do I have to do to get you in these genes? The gap person who said that to me they're? Standing beside mannequins who are wearing the perfect ensemble for you to think about it. Then Jackson and get escorted by store associate all the way to the lovely dressing room where Jack is told those look fantastic and were made for you and I was probably flipping through the catalog licking my finger before mood past each pay or like a magazine till I, figure this. It's all up to the buyer suit of clothes sales. These fashioned brands are embracing video on their own platforms to take the pressure off of the alternative of those QVC style shows is like the rat race on instagram and facebook where ads are extremely expensive. So producing one low key fashion show a season is a super cost effective way to sell those fancy bell-bottoms we're thinking Shimmer we have these kinds of QVC style shows for everything not just fashion cars we're looking at you. Jack, Kenya whip up the takeaways force over there. The Boston Red Sox are reportedly talking to billy being spec about going public. That's spat could benefit from Diehard Investors Aka faster for second-story Twi- Leo is enabling the APPS you love to chat with you. So it still in customer service shovels in the digital APP economy for a third and final store QVC style shopping shows are getting resurrected online by fashion brands. My shopping can be so lonely. So brands are launching something free to been shopped. Now time for our snack factor the day this one tweeted in by Chris lemke in Lovely Grand Rapids Michigan Jack Aka he calls it beer city he did I mean founders is based there but one US based that is it is not plural beer can be single but now I'll tell you what is based there is former president of the united. States Gerald Ford Aka the only president who was never elected president the only president who was never elected president. Now, this is just a snack factor pull over here because that wasn't even Christmas snack what he did Tweeden was that the US dollar is the reserve currency. It's not an official title, but you can kind of see that it's true considering sixty. Five other countries in the world peg the value of their local currency to the US dollar. But it doesn't stop there as Chris pointed out the US dollar is also the official currency of five US territories and seven different sovereign nations Ecuador Zimbabwe, out Salvador they all they're like, yeah. We'll just use the US dollar. Yeah. It turns out that over half. Of the US dollars printed or actually used outside the United States, we're still questioning that beer city title though Grand Rapids Michigan in the meantime those knackers you'll look fantastic for a t by Tuesday happy failure happy failure day texture buddies h. y. h. y. h. y., and apologized for national failure of you have you have you have you had your snack. We'll see you tomorrow help spread your snacks, and before we go knackers huge congrats John Navy just got engaged teacup down on one knee up and no pop in the peanut and congrats to Milton Nunez who's just starting his first day on the job apparently at Tom Brady fan because he's from Tampa Florida and Alex and Elena. congrats and having the baby. Congrats to Eva Carbonell who just got a one hundred on her sixth grade math score and while she was doing that a listen bill kushner celebrated their one year anniversary over long. Island congrats to Jenin Jason for Getting Hitched Trials Town Mass Aka the town into cone and Kayla their anniversary over in Cincinnati Ohio unhappy. Birthday to Chris. In Huntsville Alabama into Greg Berry in Norwalk Ohio Marissa. Kelly in mill break, California Eric Kinkel, quakertown Pennsylvania, and Millie Ruth in Riverside California and happy thirtieth and one year snack in. Chris White in the twin cities of Minnesota he likes the twin cities so much he couldn't just pick one. Through. Like guilty. This, Jack Nicholson stock of shop I, Own Stock Amazon. The Robin Hood Snacks podcast you just heard reflects the opinions of only the hosts who are associated persons of Robinhood, financial llc and does not reflect the views of robinhood markets, INC or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates. The podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to serve as a recommendation to buy or sell any security and is not an offer or sale of a security. The podcast is also not a research report and is not intended to serve as the basis of any investment decision robinhood financial LLC member Finra SIPC.

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Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

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Melissa Gorga breaks down RHONJ Reunion PT1 and Mark Consuelos reveals he broke up with his wife Kelly Ripa a week before their wedding!

"Welcome to the Bravo. Clubhouse for the podcast division of watch. What happens live with me? Andy cohen. Her husband's always wanting some nestling, and we all almost died when we saw him in Archie wrestling. It's watch. What happens? I was listening Oregon market Suelas now. Cohen live in the rubble clubhouse on national handcuff day with two people who I find very arresting tonight shirts reunion. My I left. No doubt. As to tagline is don't try to bully me because I'm a boss say real of New Jersey, Melissa gore. Go. Scott. Coincidentally plays a boss who is also a bit of a bully. Welcome back. My buddy markets twin. The two of you ever meant. Yes. Yeah together. Really? Yes. Yeah. Like three like when I first came on. That's right. You agreed with me. And a lot of really, unfortunately that won't happen today. No. I'm just kidding. I'm totally. I'm just saying struggling season. Yes. Great CU, Mark. Thank you. Tonight is a medium Moos ensuring our hangovers tomorrow or extra-large from Hollywood medium on E. It is Tyler end, regardless. Lot of Bravo. Liberties on the show you've a bunch coming up this season. You've got Kenya. Tamra Joe's Aaron Sheena. La LA was her favorite of that bunch on my gosh. Like picking a favorite child, probably wolf. Lou Ann from last season Deng big one hammer this season. All right. Let's get started Melissa Theresa has been photograph with this hot young guy and rumors are swirling anything you can tell us about this. I mean, really like because by the way, I hope it's true. I ensure you do I want her to be getting it from this guy that I now listen, I know nothing about it. And I feel like if it were true. I would know something. No come on. You Andy what she'd be maybe beaming? I don't know. Okay. Okay. You don't seem like her favorite person right now. I'm obviously not we'll get into that. In a second. Jennifer. Margaret didn't always see I this season and tonight's jersey reunion was no exception. Check it out, you know, someone for two weeks. They're coming in from overseas mail order bride. I it's a joke to me that is an insult. Somebody was talking about my brother. I would be mad to your brother went marry someone after two weeks were you trying to get back at Margaret for the mail order bride comments by insinuating. That March senior is an adult you can say about me. It's March senior dot or I kept thinking about was the wife that he cheated on. Oh my God. I think shake how she was terrible. I'm not gonna feel pity per woman rat. Okay. Go to WWF show TV for first ball because we wanna know whose side are you on Jennifer or Margaret I was tickled that Theresa never heard of a mail order bride tonight. I never heard of one. To be honest. I I'd never know looks like you guys are on Margaret side. That is what we call a landslide. Listen marker coming in. But before we get to those. Here's what three things I'm obsessed with tonight. I we may be well into twenty nineteen but on tonight's jersey reunion. Jackie founders facing off against the hotter. Headed two thousand nine to research. Jude is I am just thankful that. There wasn't a table within flipping range watch this. You wanna be me? Thank you very much. You. Yeah. Fire to be Theresa bad. Why you've been following me for ten years shoes to stand on my book, son? Defined stalker. You jen? Can you shut your pie hole for us in junior? Tiny pool ball has compassionate. Going through away. Right. You're. I met this. Right. He pulled targeted Bates. Trees. Oh, okay. Here's what go to WWAFL TV. Tell us who side are you on their Jackie or Theresa and the survey ship. He's taken on Theresa the shows changed very much. Yes. She doesn't care. Yes. She she didn't seem to care how this one is another landside in the other direction. This one's go into Jackie. All right prize that no I mean, I don't know. You do second is if the old tracer showing up to Jackie wasn't enough to reopening age old feud with Melissa is making me seriously wonder if tree has access to time machine watch. How can I have someone back who is trying to prove a point about meat and wasn't saying anything better? You were saying that once again, I was getting for the. For your brother and your father with Jackie, and I have very threatened on people who can think and reason rationally. You can't really rational gonna toll Turney more. Don't even talk to me. Don't talk to talk to losing your show. Heavily. I am Lee. As you sitting bull. Oh, wait were you guys? Good at some point. Yeah. Pasta house today's before that. Okay. I was I was before that not after. But before. Yeah. I was confused. I was a little confused. I was surprised no shortage of glitter and spray tan that day. I right. By the way, I should point out. Joe Gorgas here. Great to see. The women were were getting into it. So hardcore come on. I can't I can't deal with name. Yes. I just can't. Well, here's what Theresa Melissa may not be sisters by blood. But on next week's part two. They are sisters in a blood bath. That doesn't get better. Here's a sneak peek control, please. If you want my brother to get it, right? Honey. Your talking with me right now do think Melissa can control. Joe? No. I think he's like they're strong wills and what they wanna do. Because your best friend. This is what I feel you don't like her because she likes me. You're saying nothing. Down. All right, go to WWAFL dot TV tell us who. Would you rather have a sister in law? I should say, you know, what? It's reunion night. We gotta go. Ooh. This is going all over the. That's three landslides in a row as veronica's dad. Mark Mark's Riverdale character can be so sinister that is a new dad by health. I have been taking notes so that I can do the exact opposite. But I wonder if any those bad parenting skills bleed into marks real life. We're going to find out with are you a bad debt? Have you ever spied on your kids using their social media? Have you ever stolen your kids? Halloween, candy. Yes. Yes. When they were babies did you ever pretend not to know your kids needed a diaper change? So Kelly would have to do it. Probably Kelly told me you were the greatest Suad ler though. Have you ever tried to intimidate a boy who was interested in Lola? No Lola can handle herself. Yes. Have you ever completely forgotten to pick up one of your kids from school? No. But I did leave one of them in the car when we pulled back in from the ham. Since your kids when you in Kelly engage in PDA you ever kissed her just to bug that all the time. Do we make? Okay. Have you ever broken something or made a mess at home? And then the kids I don't think I've done that. Yeah. You're you're right. Thank you very much. I should point out is Hiram Abed kind. No use misunderstood. Yes. Passionate. Yes. Melissa miss, Jen. Ortiz wants to know why you are so quick to defend Jackie. But stay quiet when insults are being said to Theresa Jackie was defending me. So how could I not defend Jackie who's defending me? Okay. Mark Jenner H wants to know who works out or when you're filming Riverdale you or K Jay. And are you guys competitive at all? Yes, we're competitive, but I'd say he works more. He definitely works. He's always she shirtless and every other senior. Yes, I'm never sure this. So we need to change. We may. We did all enjoy those wrestling scenes, I just want to. Yeah. Let's bark was texting me like stills from the Senate as you should be. Whereas this thing. Yeah. I'm like, this is gay porn you're shooting. Let's go to Charles from New Jersey for Melissa Gorka. What your question Charles? Hi, andy. Hi, Melissa love you my questions for you wondering if you think Theresa would be better with or without Joe once he is released from prison. I definitely think she'd be better with him because the kids are hurting and she needs they need their family back together. Elizabeth from Florida with a question for Arkansas lows. Elizabeth what your question? Hi, Andy, my question for Mark is when did he realize that Kelly was go one pretty pretty early on? We would go out with groups of people from work and slowly each state would go the the group started getting smaller and smaller toes, just the us too. I was I was shy. I'm not I wasn't very aggressive that way. We're you too. Together on the show before you started dating. No we start. No, no. We don't dating way before we were to get on the show. You did. Yeah. I love it. Jennifer cellini wants to know, Melissa what's up with the hesitation from Dolores. What happened between her and Melissa? I don't know. You know, when I watched it back even today, I was like damn she was like feisty with me a little bit. No, you all were hurt. Hurry surprise, Mark. Rachel P. This is interesting. She texted and said, I I've never heard this. I heard you in Kelly broke up a week before you eloped. Is that true? I mean. Yeah, we, you know. And then she came back home and she was visiting her family in south jersey. And then we both had to meet and do an appearance on ever stoke. No live with Regis and Kathie Lee. Wow. We were we were pushing like furniture on for Queen for the day day special. Here's to see that club. And we were together. She wouldn't talk to me. And that made me go crazy fall. Joe I followed her father into the incident central park stocked her and then we went back to my place. And then we got married next. The big radio going to your place, and you getting married, I think, we know. Oh my God. Christina from New Jersey with a quick question. I wanna know. No like that. Who? Are we talking I wanna point out that truth? Glenn who's not telling her comments. Well, she called us from space. Listen to Theresa Jackie. I mean, it's two totally different relationships raises, my sister-in-law, guess what? It's game time. You guys. Gutting them some spousal support. Anyway, listen, Mark, I asked your life partner, some relationship questions, you have to guess how they answered followed by live reveal from Joe and tapes reveal from Kelley, let's go I'm excited about this game, Melissa if if it weren't already to call Tarzan, what nickname did Joe say you would give his member. Needed answer quickly. I don't know. Okay. What would it be? I got to name. Okay. And the Khanda and Bonecrusher. What do you think? Kelly say her favorite physical attribute of yours. She likes my hands. She likes your hands. Okay. Kelly. Let's hear it to make it television friendly. I'm going to say his beautiful gorgeous hands. I also love his. Well. Are we still in there? Okay. Who to Joe say as your celebrity hall? Melissa. I'm. Brazen Adamy what's his name Dr retreat? Yes. There you go. Mark view and Kelly were to role play in the bedroom. What did Kelly say she would be oh gosh. We don't do that. I'd like for her to play like an immigration officer like an ice agents. Okay. You have your papers. See my papers. The over deported only. God very current. Yes. This current okay Kelly. What do you say? We're not being role players. I would say I would be I would have to be some sort of wounded animal. I like. I love it. Okay. What a Jo say has been the cause of the most fights in urine is relationship like pet peeves would be like run the water water too much. What did you say Teresa? Yes. Very close. It's very close. Sent did. Kelly say is her biggest turnoff she doesn't like when I eat garlic or garlic cocaine Kelly Ripa, what did you say even say this? Turn. Because they can smell it mile away. She's right. She is she. Mark dillon. See what's new if you know who the Garg gargoyles king is on river. I really don't you? Don't know. I don't. Melissa j w wants to know your reaction to seeing Margaret and Joe throwing Marty in the pool over rea-. I loved her reaction after when she was like your husband's in the poll. Gen see wants to know, Mark. I adore you and Kelly so much your secret to along sexy marriage sense of humor, and I'm just I have a crush my wife. I'd like. Like. You know, what I like about the two you. Oh, I can't say it why? Because I just Kelly texted and said your daughter is watching the show. So I was going to be something sexy. And it goes to the news that making Markle's New York baby shower was held today in the Penn ounce of the Marco tell it walked by it. You did co hosted by a mall, Clooney, and Serena Williams, I can't help. But wonder what it'd be like if Harry's grandma the Queen had been invited. Today's Jaakko goes to the man who went to a Dallas dog park wearing nothing but a gold Speedo while covered from head to toe in peanut butter after coming in dead last in his fantasy football league. I mean is seeing anybody out there because dogs love that stuff. But the gold Speedo one can only assume he was headed straight to the roundup afterwards. Right. That's what I wanna take Melissa. Mark. Kelly Texans said Lola's said we're all disgusting. And she went to bed. Right. I said she is right. We're here with milissa, Gorka and market sweat. Henry the show premieres tomorrow night on e. From you for you, saying I remember during your joint session between Chloe and Kylie and twenty seventeen you told them. There was going to be a situation where someone tries to get with one sister. And then tries to get with another. Do you think that was about what's happening now with tristen Jordan, and Kylie, you know, I have my doubts because I felt like it was more of a sisterly thing. So not so much, but definitely in the reading the direction of relationship, and it didn't look good. But I wish the best. All right. Let's go to Anne from New Jersey any what your question high anti was have your baby cute. And my question is for Melissa has Joe changed his mind about your career at envy, he's gotten better. I think I cracked into a little bit. Yeah. He's he's definitely better with it. Okay. Let's go to Jasmine's and Tennessee. Jasmine, what's your question? Whoops, Krista from Oklahoma. Christa? You must be offended tonight. If you watch the reunion within I certainly was, but I really. End a hearty, wonderful biddable and beautiful. Welcome from my beautiful state. Yes. Absolutely. Well, Melissa did you enjoy Oklahoma loved loved it. Very good. Brought my boots. Did you ever question? Yes. I do have a question for Melissa. Who do you think brought it the most unnecessary drama this season on necessary drama? I'm gonna have to go, Jennifer. Okay. Let's go to jasmine from Tennessee jasmine, which question. Thank you. The question is for Mark. I want to know what his real health last tag on will be. That's a good question. We vast to that before when you're Brown. You don't frown? Jerry. He what your question. Hi, Jenny from quakertown mazal tov. Anne, I'm being father. I'd be honored to be your sister in law. I have a quick question. Jackie wrote something about some cast members or one in particular. Why is it okay? For her to be ridiculed yet Theresa wrote about Caroline and her son business negatively in a book. Oh my gosh. I wish I had had that question at the reunion. Right. It's really good. I mean, it's a lot of double standards. I feel like I'm trying to stand up against all the double standards that go on now a days. So that's that's the big double standard. I guess personal question. Oh, you're scaring me. Are those your original boobs? Now. Okay. Let's go boo. Why am I wa wa how could I not? Let's go to Patricia from Nebraska is that okay? Okay. Right. Sure. Server nebraska. I appreciate it youthful, women, beautiful boobs abra Tricia. Handy high. Hi, congratulations on the baby. So happy for you. Thank you. What's your question? My questions for Mark with all the heat that Melissa took from Treasa about control. Joe I wanna know if Kelly can control Mark of that's a really good question. No, she she's never done that. Right. She's always she gives me the rope. Usually hang myself with. Okay. I wanna play. I wanna get back into this game. A little bit Melissa. What Joe say is his favorite sex position. Coping. I used to be on top. Okay. Joe? What did you say? I like it on the side. I it's kind of like doggy style. But it's on the side. Spooning a spoon a spoon. What is called a little strangle? Yeah. The side to side. Yeah. Yeah. Good. Strangle a little strangle I want try. She gets mad a little like, you know, trying to get show. Doggy style that on the side yet. It's like Doggystyle outside win and. Get it. What did Kelly say is the most embarrassing thing you've ever done in front of her? Oh, gosh. I fall asleep a lot. Okay. Let's see. I fall asleep a lot. Oh, he falls asleep. And you guys are good every dinner guests ever had Viale Jenner youthful show, thanksgiving dinner, thanksgiving dinner. And we had cocktail hour on for a long time. And I woke up in the middle of dinner staring at a guess at dinner to it was bad, Melissa. What Joe says the one thing you always spend too much money on shoes? Shoes. Yes. Okay. Says her most overused phrase her most issues phrase. Oh my gosh. She's always, right. You know what? I mean. Like, you know what I mean? Okay. Let's see am. I right. Right or my. In my write him off every sentence. Okay. Melissa what number did Joe say you would choose as your freak number from one to ten freak. Yeah. It's like Franken, the sheep yours Finn which seven. Four. Mark, which would've you did Kelly say we're survive longer and zombie apocalypse and why? Oh, I would she just she would not she's picky with stuff that she eats. Couldn't survive. Okay. Kelly. Mark would survive longer. You know thousand percent he would survive longer and why he would either eat me or trade me off or Roby to his home. These okay, Melissa. What's the what article of clothing? Joe city hates that you refuse to stop wearing. To house will swear pinch. She's going skin because the bed. I talked to get on with home. Keep her warm Joe, I tried Mark. What had Kelly say, you would deem her most annoying habit. It's cute. I don't think she has of annoy have it, but she knew were driving. She puts her feet on the window like on the on the dashboard, and I see her feet prints on the on the window. Yeah. Okay. Let's see what Kelly said, I think will say that. I be Jack course that I don't let things go. Oh, yeah. She. Just. Right. I would've take ballista. Would media would return tomorrow at eight on his an unbelievable lineup of guests this season season. Thank you. Thanks, guys. The more. For listening to the podcast everybody. Hope you enjoyed the show. Remember, new episodes? Go live Monday through Friday at four PM eastern time. Make sure your subscribe to have a great rest of your night.

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107: Women For Sobriety: Adrienne Miller shares A Unique Support Program for Women Who Want to Stop Drinking.

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

1:05:51 hr | 1 year ago

107: Women For Sobriety: Adrienne Miller shares A Unique Support Program for Women Who Want to Stop Drinking.

"You're listening to the sober soul recovery podcast and this is Lynn Mattie the sober therapist episode number one. Oh seven welcome to the sober soul recovery. Podcast here we shine a little light on the overuse of alcohol and drugs as a way of coping with our everyday stress. Each week will explore ways to start to build a master a sober life that you don't need to escape from. Hey everyone oh my goodness this virus thing is getting to us all isn't it? I think we all need to take a deep breath in realized life is going to be a change in for a minute or so with that in mind. I just want you all to remember that I do have online services that is a base of what I do for both sober so recovery and online therapy for Lynn Maddie counseling. You can reach out to me. At Lynn at sober. So recovery dot net. If you'd like to inquire about these services especially during this time when some of US might be homebound for awhile you know. I'm here for you okay. Today we have Adrienne Miller. Who is a woman for Sobriety board member she is also the president and CEO of this fabulous institution? That's been around for a very long time. She's going to share with US. Some of her own history and how she came to recovery in. I'm really thrilled to have her. Because they've asked me to be a keynote speaker along with Don Nicole from she recovers this year the conference that they hold annually. This year is in June June twelfth through the fourteenth in fact and it's being held in your day. Minneapolis Saint Paul at Hamline University. You can get lots of information on the website. We'll give it to you throughout the podcast as well at women for Sobriety Dot Org. Adrian is a superfund guest. We have lots of giggles but the most important part is always is we share with you. Lots of good information about they women for Sobriety Organization the new life programme which is their style their program recovery including the except in statements that they use which are in tastic. I think you're really going to like them. Along with some other information like the levels of recovery and how you can get involved on line. They had the longest running online program for women on the interwebs. Really good information about that. So without further ADO to Dow. Let's get started welcome. Adrian am so happy to have you on the podcast talk about women for sobriety because it has been something that I've been interested in since I worked at Hazel Bitty Ford in Minnesota and had talked about a with my clients. I'm really excited to get into the meat of women for Sobriety. So welcome thank you. Thank you for having me. I'm excited to talk to you today. Yeah Yeah so one of the first things I'd like to ask you about is your own recovery. Since I don't have a lot of people on the podcast talking about their own experience. It's always good for my listeners to hear About other people in recovery. So can you tell us a little bit about your journey or a little bit about my journey which I don't talk a lot about my exit. Might started really like a lot of people's I was you know. Thirteen or fourteen and I was experiencing so pretty traumatic events in in my personal life and I fell in with the quote unquote wrong crowd. And you know when people talk about the wrong crowd with the kids What they're forgetting usually is that those her kids with Rama night You know one of my friends with you. Know throwing herself in front of her father so her her little sisters wouldn't get beat and And you know that kind of thing that we were all kids going through trauma Seeking Comfort in relief and drugs and alcohol are pretty good at comforting and relieving the symptoms of trauma when we when we got loaded. We could just be kids again And we kind of forget about all that other stuff that was going on. So That's how my addiction started and it's just kind of bloomed from there and about thirty years old. I had gotten a lot of things in my life together I had given up most harder drugs but I was still doing a lot of Alcohol and marijuana and I had gone back to school and I was actually in a program in medical school. Wow Yeah so. There's an accomplishment right. There getting drunk and high every night while going to medical school could fit into that definition of high functioning that we yeah. That was pretty high functioning Tell it wasn't right and a month before graduation on the program director came to me and said you know Ingraham Really to wear with you on your depression and your anxiety and what you've been experiencing. We're not sure that we want to award you. This degree and say that you're ready to go out into the world that worked with patients. We want you to stay in class today. But we may not awarding your degree in a month. That was kind of a Gut Punch. Yeah yes so. That was Got Panch devastating. You know however you want to say it in my mind. At that time I really had to choice. As an and these were the only choices I saw and one was bridge and one was check myself in for some men and those were really the only throughout I saw so at that point. I was still really conceptualize as a mental health issue and rather than going proper myself in the psychiatric ward at. That is what you choose. Yes yes I feel like that was a really good choice as well At took another nine months to really convince myself that the exile and the oppression Were were not being treated anymore by the drugs and alcohol but the drugs and alcohol were really exacerbating that mental health issue that I was experiencing. Yeah so it's a tough transition isn't it? It really is And you know they. I think you know the alcohol were good medication in the beginning. I don't know that I would have gotten through the trauma that I was going through as an adolescent. I'm without them but definitely they had turned a corner and we're no longer helpful and and we're actually quite harmful and destructive. I knew I started realizing that I needed to get over and I started to look at all the different options that were available to support me in that and I found the little known program called women for riding and vary based in kind of metaphysics and of actualization and Cognitive behavioral principles. You know I am what I think and The the first eight man is. I have a life threatening problem that once had me and I really wanted to be able to say I had control over this thing right and feel empowered in that way and I also told me that happiness with habit that I could develop that also really spoke to me because I was just snow. Miserable right see. Look at any other types of recovery programs and I think my listeners are especially interested in how people choose to recover because there's now more than ever so many choices out there So do you remember how you started searching I think I started by searching Google. Like Non Twelve. Step recovery honestly. Yeah Yeah I and I read about a you know I think I I read the twelve steps at at some point and they just they and land with me at all I really didn't have any sense of higher power in my life at Bat. You know I was kind of raised in this metaphysical church where it's like God is God. Is the trees got? You're the you're the your God. Everything's God which by the way I kinda love. I'm just so for me. The higher power concept really fit. Because I if I'm gone you're God then there's no higher there's no hierarchy or I just kinda looked for other things and I I really. I had some good cognitive behavioral therapy on my background. So the smart stuff. I really liked smart recovery. Because we'll say it was very cerebral and I was really frying intellectualize. My and I love it to grow. Yeah but I I just I went to a couple smart meetings but I didn't find community there and I think that was the piece that was missing for me for smart. I didn't really find much else. There was actually a writing for a recovery group That was not part of a national program. It was just a group that was offered at a local community center and I really liked that group so I that group as well And in fact a I got divided started leading that group when the remember what it was called or is it still around. No it's not still around. It was called shifting words at the pound. That's fascinating I never heard of that. Yeah and then when I and then it went away and I restarted it About a year after stopped and I call the healing words because I wanted to open it up for anyone healing from anyone from anything anyone in this was in white here also because I you know. It's so curious to me that you took on this leadership role of trying to find something new and inventive a new way to recover. So do you remember what year that was? That was cute thousand nine. So right on this kind of cusp of a facebook and everything else. Coming out online and Other people I mean. Had you noticed that other people were talking about recovery or was this just all on social media or did was all through kind of googling googling and and I had been you know the the people at the hospital were actually quite convinced that I had substance use disorder and they referred me artistic So the treatment agent had actually referred me to this bright in group love that yeah yeah it was it was fabulous group and I try. I tried a number of different things that I kind of As she recovers says it kind of put together my own password a recovery but wouldn't sobriety. I really found that community. It was just a community of women. That were Josh One of our statements is you know I am what I think and the thought action. The second part of that statement is capable competent carrying compassionate and and I just found so much compassion in that meeting and so much love that I wasn't ready to show myself. Yeah I did you know. I went to a lot of different meetings. Aa Meetings for first year are to supplement. And I've always kept women I bride as like my primary program. I think we all need to know. I don't think anyone program is going to be everything to anyone. I agree so I did a lot of therapy on a lot of different things. Yeah Somehow I managed to put together a weeks ago. I celebrated ten years. Congratulations Joann Saint you wonderful. I'm right behind you in June. Wow great accomplishment 'cause thinking those milestones of like five and ten Not necessarily for everybody but for the people that I kinda hang with. My sobriety are very meaningful. Yeah Yeah it was a big accomplishment and to look back now in my role in women for sobriety and I'm thinking like ten years ago I had to count back the find the day of my last drink and in this day. I don't know for sure that might sobriety. Date is actually might sobriety date. Because I was so convinced at the time that it wasn't gonNA keep I was. I was struggling so much. The is not noting the last date that I used or drank because it I wasn't convinced it was going to stick with. It is quite a miracle of sorts for me to go. Oh I've been sober over ten years. Have I think so too? Congratulations you can you tell me a little bit more about how you transition from. You know knowing that this women for sobriety was your vehicle main vehicle for recovery and then kind of getting into the leadership role that you are you find yourself in now. Well it happened very gradually over time. we we do have their requirement that you have to have a one year of continuous sobriety fuel lead a WAFS meeting so after after the the sobriety starting to stick I'd start Ed marking time so that I could get to that one year mark come. We only had one meeting in the entire city of Seattle. I thought well we definitely have at least meeting so I made my goal yet one year so that I could start a second meeting in the city of Seattle though I did that at the one year mark and then unfortunately the other woman who is leading meeting had been the only one for five or six years. He stepped down shortly after that. So then I would. We had A. We have an annual conference as you know and I would go to that each year I would go on work scholarship so I kind of got snow The staff a little bit more in that way and then they started asking me to workshops. I led a couple of workshops at the conference on us. Yeah leading one again this year so I am. Yes kind of a work shopping. Kinda you know Since an opportunity for people to come ask questions about the organization which we've had requests for over the air so But I started leading up to then. Somehow I had I served on another board of directors and. I don't think I was really looking for board service added time but I was invited to WanNa i Brian Board and you know I. I really wanted contribute fast in a meaningful way and from my other board service. I knew that you could really do that as a board member and I joined the Board I think around twenty sixteen then and one eighty seven in twenty seventeen yet. Twenty seven being in a twenty seventeen. We had been working on a number of initiatives Kind of bring some things on the back end up to date and materials and that kind of thing and The Board decided It would be a good idea to bring in. You know a contractor kind of help with some of the things that the regular staff were having. They're trying to do so. I moved out to quaker town on a one year project manager contract and then of course they had to resign from the board so it wasn't on the board at that point anymore quakertown into these special projects are now We had a volunteer president at the time. The board decided we probably make this debate position at really quite a bit. Since I was there anyways I went ahead and applied and ultimately they ended up hiring me for the position in the end of summer of Twenty eight feet and I've been serving as the president for about a year and a half now and it's been a great experience when my big passions is kind of disseminating leadership and empowering the women of this program to run the program and to really have a very active voice in the management of the program and how how were racing out Very and all that so. It's really an exciting crime. It'd be involved in it As me a lot of work because it's a big culture shift right right but it's great. Yeah I've noticed your profile. Not You're not only your personal profile raising But just women for Sobriety in general because when I started I went back to school when I was forty eight at Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School and it wasn't even in the list of mutual aid groups for all I mean it was in some of our less because the different courses we had different instructors would give us information on what was out there so it was on some people's lists but not others and I noticed the shift then when I'm began practice seen after my training that it definitely became something that we talked about in this was around two thousand fourteen As part of not only what would we recommend people go to a but women for Sobriety and a twelve step? Yoga was coming out in. Minneapolis at that time as well so I think that has really taken off in the last few years. Has THAT SHIFT. Ben Part of one of the things that you wanted to move along in your for the organization. I was on another podcast and I said you know she asked what what you're along from. Golfer whimpers Friday. My long term goal is that every woman in the world no in available to her. Yeah Yeah so not a small not a small dreamer share. I can't get credit for anything that happened in twenty four eighty I will extend that credit out to the women in the MINNESOTA Minneapolis Saint Paul area. They are phenomenal. Women who've done just a phenomenal job of reaching out to the local statement community and making sure that everyone knows that they are there they have you know I think six meetings a week now in that area so they get the credit for a lot of that. I think another thing that is really helps maintain relevance of Women Bridie as we are women. Nancy costs who his posthumously paying for online community Jarred it back in one thousand nine hundred ninety ninety six hundred thing that night. Yeah yeah she was just a visionary started on AOL. I kid you not Diallo. Yeah are the first Dhabi F S online support community. What's up? Aol and cheese started a huge online community. And it is going wrong today and and that's really nice. You know because we are a smaller program. We're not as well known. It's accessible for women. All over the world. We have women in Australia. Ireland you know all over the place participating in that online community and I think that has a really credit nancy for having the foresight as the also donated A good chunk of money to help that continues so really honor Nancy's memory. I'm in that way will before we get into the new life programme which is is the structure of how you walk women through principles of sobriety or recovery. Tell us how to access your. Obviously you have an online a strong online presence. Can you tell us more about that? Yes so our main website Women for Sobriety Dot Org Is it has the basic information about the program. So it's got our thirteen acceptance statements and an overview of levels of her cavalry on and then some of the general program information that's really the informational website for the organization. There's also bookstore there on to order. Some of our programming aerials and then our online community is abuse F S Online Dot. Org so wfan's women sobriety online dot. Org and that is our cure support community. So you do have to register for it. you have to promise that you're a woman and you know we do look at those registrations Not Deeply but we do try to eyeball them and make sure that it is a safe community and that is that a great Resource for anyone anywhere. Then we also do have face to face. Meaning that listing on our main website women sobriety dot org and you just click on the meeting finder links and you can search buyers account and see if there's meeting in your arena and there's not a meeting in your area and you really don't like the online being a. I say give online pants because a lot of women who don't like the online thing end up liking it. Right option is we also have support mauling skirts and they. They've volunteered to receive calls for women in recovery. Looking to get started in the new life programme in is that accessible twenty four seven or how do you meet the needs of those people? 'cause I get these emails from people three o'clock in the morning reaching out for help because I do remember that's kind of when I needed it the most as well. You know our phone support. Holland cheers at home Volunteered take phone calls down appreciate phone calls at Am and have a twenty four hour line. women just will reach out Either by email or phone we can. We can connect them who volunteer. We give them the phone number of volunteered and what relationship. They'd Sabella if those women WanNa take calls at three a m They may and they give permission for that I know that when you're on your website The community website do have that kind of support. There's almost always someone on there. 'cause women in Australia there three. Am In there. There's probably an Aussie signed an you know someone in India are you know there's women all the world so there's usually support to be had on on the website awesome. Yeah so how'd they end up going to join that website? Is it a free service or you know it's free? It's fast online dot org okay and you just register you just you know you have to do the email confirmation and I'm you set up your low profile and it can be a you know as as anonymous as you want these. Let the User David. I'm tank girl online. What is it tank girl? It's kind of A. It's a shout out to an old comic book from the Nineties I was a little punk rock back in my day for those of you out there. You're so says I have no idea kind of scaring a lot of people get some people writing me that they totally understand also well. Let's get into the details about the program and you know what is it all about. How do you help women of the program is we are our thoughts brain and so? I'm thinking I'm a pretty terrible person. I might want to self medicate. Those thoughts right Mike wanted to self soothe if I make. Hey I'm a competent woman. I can do things I you know. I know how to navigate the world. I'm you know I'm not bad looking her. I you know I'm I can do great things then. Then maybe I'm not gonNA need years alcohol and drugs to self medicate so the real parts of the program is changing our thoughts primarily about ourselves but also about the world and about the way we approach problems To be more more proactive. And more of yeah. I think you covered these see words. Are there four? There's four sees if you if you join US online. You will see foresee woman capable competent caring and compassionate free words Yeah and I think that convinced myself that I was those things exactly and you know In my book I wrote about confidence and self esteem and the inner critic you know. It hasn't always been labeled the inner critic but for Millennium it has been in the psyche of all of us humans. Is this voice that we come about through our caregivers and we internalize this voice and somehow we ended up believing everything that this voice says. Who isn't our voice. It is in our intuition. It isn't our you know our instinct is just this voice in our head that we believe is being truthful with us and what this voice is meant to do is keep us safe in the real old school manner of keeping us safe through fight fight or free is so. I love this approach of those foresees because that's everything that I work with clients on you know to be compassionate with yourself to you. Know be Courageous I don't know if that was one of the season that suggested that we add that one looks a lot of lemon fixed. Seven sees that they like to work with and that's fine. We think you know as many positive adjectives. You want to attach to yourself. That's what you should do. But Doug really overcome this voice and with our own intuitive holistic self to really understand who we are and let that person reemerge or emerge for the first time in my case. My nephew know what our first the levels of recovery recovery can't talking about the levels without thinking about statement for a little bit the accepts. The statements are kind of they're the real base of the program and there are thirteen. Basically affirmations help a woman. Develop this more proactive competent compassionate outlook on life And then As as the program has evolved people started. Want a little bit more of a chronological order to work their recovery time and Dan Patrick. Our founder Who who passed away. Many years ago was starting to organize the statements and through the levels of the levels. Kind of. They're just a bit more chronological so I think of the statements as our guide to everyday thinking and living in the levels are guide for overall recovering. So when I'm feeling stuck or I'm feeling like I've maybe backpedaled a little bit which we all do because we are as you said human and humans fluctuate. I'll go to the level so they'll go okay with Lamela my aunt right now and sometimes. I'm all the way back. Down to level hugh and there's levels growth us back level to and it's it's all about discarding negative a leading the Pasco. I'm feeling there. I make move out in on a spectrum right. I mean I think that's the important Nugget that we're finally becoming clear about in regards to all things in life that nothing is black and white in fact black and white thinking is a form of distorted thinking so I love this. Some people don't like level because they feel to chronological them. Okay and I say fine. Just go with statements. Statements are really the core. So what are they? Well there long I could. I could read them all excite them all thirteen of them and so they have. The first part is the affirmation. So it's what we believe. For example on our first one is I have a life-threatening problem. That was had me. I just love that second. Part is the thought action. And that's what we think and do in order to internalize the belief so the thought action statement one is. I now take parts of my life and my wellbeing. I accept the responsibility so by taking the responsibility for my life and my wellbeing I really gained control over this problem that used to have me this life threatening problem used to have me. This is what I love most about. This program is that it is a statement like a two for one with every except in statement. You get this idea that we can connect around. I have a life-threatening problem. That once me and then you have a statement that helps you do something about that I'm thinking to practice. You know I love that. So much yeah. I think that you know the thought actions were added later on but for me the this evening for not standalone for me. The thought action is just as important as the statement. Because like you said it house me when I need to actually do I do like a little instruction by by need a little bit of structure. I think we all do. I think we hunger for that when we are you know over the years subjecting ourselves to chemical which takes us away from structure that obsessive part of any kind of addiction that makes us think in drive all of our behaviors to that end result of getting that soothing mechanism at the end of the day or whenever it is free you Yeah and that the other strengths that I really like about the statement is that they're not chronological. No you can work them in any order and some of our literature says to pick one for every day and move. Our literature says pick one and work on it for a week. Sometimes I mix and match like Oh pick one door gone for a week and then each day apply different one and see how they interact together and they all kind of feed each other right so like our statement and pursue is negative thoughts. Destroy only myself. I may have a really hard time stopping my negative thing. I made find really intrusive thoughts about my past coming in will luckily statement nine. All's me that the past is gone forever and the thought action for that is no longer and my victimized by my past I am a new woman so I can stock remix myself with thoughts of the past and if I am if I can work on that and work on redirected my thoughts When those intrusive thoughts comment about my past when I return his statement you and to work on the negative thoughts. It's going to be a little bit easier right because of already worked on Reprogramming some of that Past thoughts habit. So they're really Quite self directed in that way if I get stuck on one. I don't have to stay stuck on that statement. I can move to a different one and come back later and I can work on what I feel like. I need to work on time. Exactly and do you encourage some kind of daily ritual around this. Or how do you guide people through these acceptance statements conception? Is You Each morning you wake up fifteen minutes earlier than usual. I'm terrible that by like Yeah I in the morning. Some people do it later in the day an aside some time to read the statement and kind of again with yourself darker. Patrick referred to it as the period of mourning meditation. Because that's what worked for her. But really some fine zig and check in with yourself. Where am I right now in relation to these statements in often? When I do that it really helps me recognize which statement I need to work on because I will find myself with some real resistance you that statement wherever my residents lies. That's probably the statement. I'm going to work on. And then we read the statements preferably in the morning to kind of get your day started in the work with that statement throughout the day and kind of see the effect that it had on the day and then in the evening you reflect on that and a lot of women we journaling for that kind of say okay. Well you know I came up with this situation with my pas and it was you know thinking all these negative things about her. I stopped and I you know I kind of caught myself and thought of some more positive things like. Oh she's worried about this or came up with the alternative explanations for her behavior. That made me think more positively about her. And that had a good effect on my Jiang and so it's very kind of intentional. Application of this affirmations in the thought chance and then reflecting on them so we can really into our our brain. You know how this is kind of a more effective way to navigate through life. Yeah like a practice and I harp on this. All the time harpists such a terrible word but we really can't effectively change our way of doing things unless we practice certain techniques and figure out what were express over time you know and really in letting them in habits and flow through our lives more gradually at first. You know you don't have to run a marathon here all in one day but really to embrace and embody these words negative thoughts destroy only myself and sit with that thought and really understand that you know the action statement. My first conscious sober act is to reduce negatively in my life in that negative not is inside your head. Is that part of you know? Does that flow with what you're thinking is as well. Yeah and that statement. Is You know primarily about what's going on in my head. The how am I interpreting this in the most negative light? And how can I change? The way I interpret things he'd be more positive. Yeah and The word conscious shows multiple times and the statements and it really does take conscious practice as a Any habit an especially are thought patterns Yeah the the cracks program is. It's really restructuring our thoughts to be more helpful to US rather than hurtful as you said in in addiction. Usually our thoughts are pretty negative. And self destructive yeah like Old School Addiction. Therapy was all based around resentment. And you know and resentments are where it's going to take you back to the drink and in essence that's correct but there's a whole bunch of stuff you know that comes before you reach that point of intense resentment in that. I break it down to awareness insight behavior change and we. I have to look at that like you said consciousness versus subconsciousness. We've done so much of our own behavior including believing our own thoughts for so very long that we don't even think about what it is that we're thinking about any longer we just behave around it and you know in the in that sequence that leads us to resentment and At the very beginning of that is an unmet and mostly unexpressed need which then flows directly into an expectation which then flows into especially. Because we don't get those expectations met most of the time when they're living inside of our heads as these thoughts. These negative thoughts they lead then to Rumination and somehow we think this route worry and rumination is part of our natural bead in. It is only part of our natural being when we're in fight flight or freeze. We worry about all the alternatives to safety. And that's essentially what your brain is doing so these statements kind've help you unlock that. Cote D. I look at them. Yeah that's that's a great way a look at it. Yeah like Matt another way to approach it because you know I can say it one way. I know you're a big Fan as I am Veronica Valley and she approaches it a different way and the beauty of taking all of these resources in is that one of these ways is going to finally be. You're a hommant. We don't know which one it is. You know. It really doesn't matter as long as you get that Aha moment and then you can take even more in in the sense of. Oh I get that now and so how can I practice more of this so just adding one more tool to your toolbox or I call it the buffer zone between you and and returning to your old way of life? Whatever that was really looking at what you can put in between you and that way that that way of thinking that way of behaving based on your thinking that took you away from yourself away from your self esteem from yours intuitive south and we're in a word the new life programme because you know our goal. Is that we build a new life. That doesn't have a place for alcohol and drugs right that I have sent a rich life of our level five is about relationships right and establishing positive and loving connections with others You know that I put things in my new life that may help a whole android esteem. I needed and like a really bad idea right because I have this rich full new life. That doesn't have a place alcohol and drugs and that's really where I am today. I I honestly can't imagine ever wanting to go back Occasionally I think as everyone in recovery does have those fleeting thoughts like you know. I really stressed out. Oh a treat sunk right now and catch it and I say we'll be ridiculous of course drake. Does it sound good right now? Because that's just a ridiculous and now I can recognize it as a ridiculous that I am. I can look at you know all the things that I have is ours to my life that that I want keep in that are a direct direct result of getting sober. Yeah so we really focused on building matinee neigh life and that's the one big difference between W Fest meetings and other types of meetings is that we are really focused on the present and our new life now and we don't do a lot of storytelling of how it was Naturally that comes up win especially when there's new women in the room her really struggling and we often will share some of our personal story to help her feel welcome and non alone but so many of our meetings our you know hey. This is the tools that I'm using day me and my new life and these are the challenges that I'm facing and overcoming in my new life rather than looking to the past. We really look more to the future and the present a lot of our interactions with I find really helpful as Jean debt. It doesn't take me very long to remember how bad it was in about thirty seconds. I can't recall work on remembering HEAP IN MY MIND is is how. I'm going see manifest in my new life that that doesn't need that and that that's just simply not art. I call those. You know euphoric recollections. When you're sitting around with a group of people and kind of cajoling each other about your worst thing that you did and sort of laughing about it. There's always that moment where you're like. Yeah you know I. I use humor a lot. I definitely used humor a lot. And sometimes you know you got to laugh at yourself at how ridiculous that thinking was but you know at a certain point it is just become triggering or you know a little bit denial. You know when we're oh that was so funny when I was you know when I couldn't get up that morning. Well that's not really funny. That's maybe exited sort of died that laughter dies out like a bad joke. Yeah Yeah I'm also a little curious. About how the new kind of new. It's not really new anymore. But the online World Environment. The recovery The recovery World Online. Meshes with what you're doing? Are you taking advantage of this burst of energy on line a little bit more about? Are you connecting to the online world? I think I know what you're asking. We're starting to build more connections. There was a lot of Housekeeping today when I first came on but you know obviously the online recovery world that has exploded and owed it. Yeah as we empower the women on this program we are really starting to build a lot more connections in the community is certainly that is a part of my work We Are we have some volunteers looking at establishing a facebook group We really were Pretty focused on our online forum. Which is its own website. is give a lot of privacy at people you know. A lot of people don't understand their facebook setting you know half the time. I don't understand my facebook settings and you know some people just aren't ready to join a recovery group on facebook and we have this separate area that's really reserved just for the women of our program and they don't have to worry about accidentally fearing something with the wrong group of very valuable but it is kind of its own little separate things. Were looking at getting mooring. You face of like facebook group And and building more connections with other other recovery resources because and there's so much out there right now and I was saying to the other the other night out you know recovery is become very trendy it a final and that's you know. I think it's short. I think it's wonderful and I think sometimes you know oh well I was sober for drag anuary and it's not hard. So what do you have a hard time with and that can be challenging to explain the differences between I celebrated dry January and it was really easy for me and you know I have a serious life threatening drinking problem that I you know at working very hard to counteract thing it in general and sober curious movement and all of online recovery and how women are really starting to recover out loud much more. I think it's going to be beneficial for everyone. I agree and the reason I asked you is because I am so impressed with what I've learned just since you and I've connected I mean I had a basic understanding of women for sobriety but really digging into the heart of what you're all about. I was blown away that you'd had this online recovery community for such a long time well before the sober curious movement or the trendy kind of sober online sobriety came out so I personally have pulled back. I had a membership program and some facebook groups and because of how I practice also because I have licensor still as opposed to Some people who including Veronica who are trained psychotherapist but no longer licensed. Now I really feel in my bones. what's right for me is more of the individual and group therapy kind of things online but I applaud. People like specially like yourself and women for sobriety as a whole because they are long standing institutions. That were originated. You Jeanne Kirkpatrick basically said there's really nothing out there for women specifically. She was unhappy like some of us are about how some elements of of these other programs are run from a male dominant point of view. And she built this. And so when I you about coming online I wanNA encourage you to let these people. These influencers. If you will on on social media know that you've existed this long because it's important it's important to have that kind of history and strength within an organization of your principles Free given freely to other women. I think that matters in our in. Hauer going to continue to approach addiction online because there are going to be problems whether we want to face them or not with the whole facebook interaction. An instagram interactions. When it comes to price we just haven't gotten there yet. I mean even Veronica has taken her membership program off of facebook for those same reasons so I love that. Your program is available and has been available for a long period of time. I want to help promote that great. Yeah it's yeah we like. I said Nancy really was just Swear ahead of her time with Taking the program online and was way ahead of her time. I saying we need women's programming. You're right there really was there. Women treatment wasn't even a thing. You know back then. Women got sense male programs and you know had worse results. Well made sense right because there weren't really being dressed. So yeah women I a brady has always kind of been on the forefront of like moving. Etsu what this is what needs to happen and thank you for recognising that and and I have a whole army of sober sister soldiers out there who helped promote the program on groups like sober full and yeah. I might see somebody has asked like. Oh what did you do to get sober? I see a bunch of my sisters on there and they've already promoted whether first Friday. I don't need to do it as much anymore. But I think that's great and I will encourage them say you know. Yeah we have been around. We were incorporated in Nineteen. Seventy five is. Oh we're going on our forty fifth year of my God addressing. Women's redeemed got. The program is older than I am. Just every time somebody I mean you can say nineteen seventy five and it has a certain resignation in my mind but when you say forty five years we've been around a while. I think that's import because I know just in how I have what I have learned in my own practice as a mental health professional it grows every year because I make mistakes right. We go down roads that work or don't work. We have to rely on our practices with the practices of the time. Like you're currently undertaking. I understand a hold Rewriting of certain things to make sure that your updated on your language like a lot of us are doing so I really applaud all those members out there who've been part of women for sobriety for so long hanging with it he. Yeah Yeah I mean I. We've got women on our board of DIRECTORS HAVE BEEN SOBER. One of them just celebrated twenty five years And other ones been sober over thirty years using women for sobriety as their primary recovery program. They're only recovery program. Yeah we need to let people know that this has existed and Women have had these programs were maybe just not a good at marketing them as other people have with programs that seemed to get more media attention. So that's what I want to help with. So let's talk a little bit about the conference coming up in June. Yeah Oh I love conference It's a bit more stressful. Now that I'm somewhat in charge of it. I don't know why that could be. I don't know but it is. It's such a great experience and you know it used to be really planned from within the office and and luckily I recognize my own limits. On this year we have a whole team of women with different sub groups. That are working on all the plan for this conference. It's her first. One outside of Pennsylvania. The first weekend conference was held in jeans. Farmhouse in quakertown Pennsylvania but it has been in Pennsylvania every year since so. This is our first year branching out like I said are twin cities gals in Minnesota are just phenomenal women with a great community so we thought that would be a great place to launch our first out of state conference really. You know kind of a Pajama Party. With what you sober women on because we we go. We stay in the arms on a college campus. And you know because we're a bunch of capable competent carrying comparison. Women there gust such a bond. And you just. I don't know everyone. I've talked to a conference that you feel like I've known them forever. You can't have this common common ground and We hang out Thursday ed. The dorms open on Thursday. Because it you always start Friday night. But women's started coming earlier earlier earlier. You know we you know have started off the back so fun. They're like I'm gonNA travel all day. I want to get there early. Oh we have ice breakers and influence as a on Thursday afternoon and evening this year we have expanded our Friday offering. There are some longer work up seeking got just a little bit deeper into the work. If you want to and then official conference but still start Friday evening. I think some day we might shift that but we still have our opening ceremony Friday evening in this year. Don Nicholl is from fewer. Covers is joining us for that when I did about And then atter day is really the the big meat gay or kicking off with a wonderful. He know by this Speaker Linda. Matty that I'm so excited Abou- excited to I'm so looking forward to that and yeah and then. We have workshops all day. We have three breakout periods throughout Saturday. And we've just had phenomenal. I keep using that word gray apprehensive coming in You can use from four for For different workshops unfortunately have to pick one which is the biggest complaint receiving about this year's program because it is very hard choice so there's three breakout periods on Saturday and then Saturday night. You know. Of course we are a nonprofit. We do a little bit of fundraising. But we're mixing in some fun stops entertainment We might have dancing. Still finalizing all those plans. Please have man's name please please please Sunday morning. We have another breakout periods. So you have to make one more heart show at ace and then we close out with a closing ceremony. Awesome really tightening program this year. I just I'm blown away by equality of the presentations that we have attracted this year and I think really the result of you know so many competent women working. You know to get the word out about our program and and to build a great experience. I mean I would. I would go to conference if I wasn't president. Eeo I would still go to conference. And even if they didn't have workshops I would go. Just because it's a wonderful bonding opportunity and it feels so good to be in the presence of so many loving and supportive a brave and amazingly accomplished women so I I can't either. I'm really excited Veronica was telling me about it when she was speaking as keynote last year I know she had a blast and I'm definitely in a. You're asking me like you're gonNA come in just on my day and I'm like Hell No. I'm coming to the hotel. I'm like no. I want to stay in the dorms on campus. I need a Pajama Party with dancing. So it's such a good time. Yes some women are like. Oh stayed in a dorm. You know what I mean. It's not. It's not glamorous combination. There's no babe service or because you know you're you're hanging out. I mean even Saturday night after you know after being a workshop all day you know although little lounge areas in the dorms are usually filled with demand kind of you know carrying about what a breakthroughs that they had or you know just sharing their stories or whatever I mean. I was not a heavy drinker that much. I should say I was probably binge drinking in college but I Kinda WanNa go relive some of my college days a little bit just saying like I'm GONNA play footloose. 'cause that's what we used to dance to in the hallways imprinted that you just don't you at midnight. Some people like to go to bed early. So you know no worries here. Yeah if you WANNA be a mania on the dance floor you go ahead now. I'll I'll have it all wrapped up by Lake. Ten as yes so again you can go to women for Dot. Org and backslash conference because I'm on that page right now and look at all the fabulous workshops love can change. The course of my world is one and exploring different types of meditation to enhance. Bridie all love given returns. I am learning how I'm learning to know that I am Blob. Is another one just fabulous one yoga for sobriety and I think that also includes your statements so yeah so much to choose from and you know the college that we're at we really got some great rates so if you're willing to share around and you're willing to three one a top bunk and and you register in the early bird period itching. That whole thing unites all your meals Everything for two hundred and forty five dollars. Wow yeah which is a really good deal. Include a hard to find a conference under a thousand these days. So they'll meals scholarships as well if someone really wants to come and you know airfare is is about all they can afford then we will. We will put you to work But not during any of the workshops. We don't expect anyone to miss any of the real meat of the activities they might help you know set up Arizona workshop or help with One of our fundraising activities. But I came. You know I was flying from Washington state you live. Pennsylvania every year or settled for my first few. I definitely came on work scholarships and I worked. I worked during the conference and it was still a fantastic experience. You'll do really try to make it accessible everyone you. That's a good gig. Yeah I'm really looking forward to it because I love. I'm going to be talking about my book and in Integrating with your statements and how you Women for Sobriety teaches Sobriety principles in recovery. But also just aligning it with you. Know what I know as a mental health provider and a woman. Recovery is really important to support yourself for your self esteem and techniques and how to to make that happen so I'm very excited. Wonder only looking for it or no. I'm planning some fun interactive stuff and might be a little crazy. But that's just me that's me too so I really enjoyed talking to you Adrian. I want to help as much as I can Especially around services for women. So thank you for coming on. I truly appreciate it. Yeah thank you for having me absolutely and come back again. I will okay time much. Thanks for listening to this sober soul recovery podcast with me. Linh matty if you like my show and want to learn checkout sober soul recovery dot net or please leave me a nicer review on itunes. Join me here. Each week were together. We Start and build and master sober life.

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ARP183Doan Brothers & Crooked Billet

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ARP183Doan Brothers & Crooked Billet

"Thank you for joining the american revolution today. Episode one eighty three the dough and brothers and crooked billet by this spring seventeen seventy eight. General washington had fought off the political attempts to replace him and was ready to put the training of his new army which had drilled under general von all winter to challenge their british in occupied philadelphia. The news had already arrived in april that france had joined. The war against britain hopes ran high. That perhaps french supplies and soldiers would soon arrive to assist the continentals as a result. Washington did not want to risk his army in an all out assault on philadelphia. Like at germantown. Many wanted to wait and see if the french would arrive to supplement an attack that would have a greater chance victory if the british remained in philadelphia until the french fleet arrived at the delaware. The british might be trapped at that point a combined. American and french attack on the city would have far more impact but until the french arrived. That couldn't happen at the same time. Washington was not a man to sit around and do nothing. British supplies in philadelphia were dwindling. Washington focused on efforts to prevent people from the countryside from selling food or other supplies to the british in philadelphia. If the americans could cut off food supplies from land and a french fleet in the delaware could block off supplies from water. They might even be able to starve out the british. The americans deployed small units all around areas near the city to interdict any attempts to bring food or anything else into the british lines. Much of the control of these soldiers around philadelphia fell to the local militia. The continentals were struggling to survive out at valley forge. The local militia knew the area better. And where most useful in such missions as blocking civilians rather than going into combat against the british the man in charge of the pennsylvania. Militia north of philadelphia was general. John lacey the young militia general. A quaker from bucks county was not very experienced. He had only been twenty years old when the war began. Shortly after fighting broke out in lexington lacey had set aside his quaker principles to join the local patriot militia. Coming from a pacifist community. There was little enthusiasm for the military nor much of a militia. Tradition in january of seventeen. Seventy six lacey raised a company of sixty four men from his community and that was enough to confer upon him. The rank of captain lacey's company served in regiment under the command of then. Colonel anthony wayne the regiment joined the continental army and lacey received a continental commission as an officer. He served under wayne during the quebec campaign as the americans were forced to retreat back to new york. It's not clear exactly what happened. But lacey and wayne had some sort of dispute and lacey ended up resigning. His commission and returning to pennsylvania there lacy took a position as lieutenant. Colonel in the local militia. The war returned to the area as general began his philadelphia campaign at the end of the summer. Seventeen seventy seven colonel. Lacey took command of a regiment of militia draftees to go to the support of the state pennsylvania raised about three thousand militiamen for the campaign lacy fought germantown and in some of the smaller skirmishes that fall another militia commander general john armstrong led the militia army during this campaign. You may recall that. Armstrong had command of one of the four divisions that washington deployed at germantown lacey also fought under armstrong at white marsh. At the end of the fighting season after the continentals retreated to valley forge. Armstrong received an appointment to serve as one of the pennsylvania delegates to the continental congress. He turned over command of the militia. To general james potter general potter served as commander for only a few weeks before he requested to leave to go home and care for his sick wife. A potter's decision to return home was not unusual. Militia were not expected to remain in the field after an immediate danger had passed. That was what the continentals did with the british now in their winter quarters in philadelphia and the continental settled into valley forge the pennsylvania militia mostly went home for the winter. This made perfect sense. There was no food or shelter to keep an army in the field. The officers and men could return home. Rest up over the winter and feed themselves then turn out again in the spring when the fighting season began again even so some militia needed to remain in the field during the winter in january. Seventeen seventy eight. The pennsylvania executive council promoted john lacey to brigadier general and put him in command of the militia. Lacy was just twenty three years old. At the time there was however not much of a militia army to command the militia dwindled. Down to about six hundred by the time lacy took command and the primary mission of those still on-duty was interdicting. The supplies that civilians were attempting to take into philadelphia for sale lacey. Received word of his promotion got word from general potter to report to his camp by the time lacy arrived in camp potter had already left for home with no one in charge. There were only sixty men in the camp guarding the guns and equipment for an army of three thousand lacey took command and received instructions from general washington to focus on interdicting commerce into the city. The state had promised lacey that he would receive another one thousand militia to support these efforts. Those promised reinforcements never came. Lacey's total force of about six hundred actually fell to under two hundred and fifty over the next few weeks. In addition to interdicting food lacey's militia had to deal with emboldened tories who still roamed through the greater philadelphia area. Although the british army did not venture up into bucks county many loyalists who lived in the area. Assume that the arrival of the british would mean that the patriots would soon be gone. Many of these stories were either out for revenge for the way they had been treated or were seeking benefits from the british first showing their loyalty. Some good examples of this was a group known as the doan gang. Almost every element of the dolans story is disputed. Some tend to view them as heroic robinhood types while others portray them as bloodthirsty outlaws as with many things. The truth probably lies somewhere in the middle. I want to tell their story because it is interesting but my version is simply based on reading the versions of others many of which have a rather sketchy providence. So please don't take my interpretation as definitive. There were five. Brothers moses aaron levi may line and joseph as well as a cousin who formed the core of what became known as the doan gang before the war in seventeen. Seventy moses got into a fight with his father left the family farm in bucks county pennsylvania for some time after that he lived with a indian tribe and there he learned to live off the land and got to know the unsettled areas of the county rather well. According to doane family lure the father of the family joseph doan was a quaker and a loyalist when the patriots took control of pennsylvania. They demanded that he pay taxes to them. Doan refused to recognize the taxing authority of these rebels and would not pay as a result the patriots through the family off of their land and reduce them to poverty others dispute this story saying that pennsylvania records show that it did not seize the farm until near the end of the war however it is possible that the eviction took place years before and the paperwork was filed much later whatever. The cause moses opposed the patriot cause and enlisted his brothers and his cousin into a group that would wreak havoc against the patriots in july of seventeen seventy six. Shortly after the british landed at staten island moses and his brother levi met with general howe on staten island and offered their services as spies by some accounts. It was moses who discovered the failure of the americans to secure the jamaica pass on long island and provided the british with that intelligence. This allowed the british to move behind the continental lines and easily flank them at the battle of brooklyn. The british nicknamed moses as eagles spy for the accuracy of his intelligence. Another story says that moses learned of washington's crossing of the delaware on christmas night. Seventeen seventy six and rode out to see hessian colonel role at trenton. The colonel refused to see who instead left it. Note for him about the attack. According to that story raw put the note in his pocket and continued playing cards. The dolans also may have worked to free. British prisoners after british prisoners began disappearing from lancaster. And we're not found again. The americans put an officer into the prison pretending to be a captured british prisoner after several weeks. He was spirited away from the prison traveling at night and hiding in the secret rooms of loyalists during the day the officer identified the leader of this escape mission as abraham doan as the group prepared to cross the delaware river back into british occupied new jersey. Abraham confronted the officer whom he suspected of not being a real prisoner. The two men fought and the officer escaped later. The undercover officer identified the safe houses and arrested fifteen people who cooperated in the escape of the british prisoners. The dolans once again escaped capture. In addition to serving as scouts and for the british the dolans mostly made a living by engaging in home invasions and stealing horses. There are stories of the gang breaking into houses at night then beating and threatening the homeowner to give up whatever gold he had hidden on the property. those who want to portray the dolans as louis heroes say. They only went after the property of known supporters of the patriot cause and particularly targeted tax collectors. Others save their attacks were more indiscriminate. Whatever the truth. The and developed a reputation among locals in pennsylvania as ruthless outlaws after the british took philadelphia. The group focused primarily on stealing horses to sell to the british by some accounts. The group stole over two hundred horses in the region. The dolans whose faces were well known to locals tended to move only at night and spent days le'veon caves or other remote sites where they could avoid detection in february seventeen. Seventy eight officials in bucks county raised a posse to capture the doan gang. The posse however came up empty. The group was to effective in avoiding detection. There are many stories that paint moses doan as a local hero one story from this time says moses doan came across a woman from philadelphia who had snuck out of the city to purchase some flour for her starving family. Her husband was a patriot. Who was serving in valley forge at the time as she was returning to the city. She encountered moses doan and explained her plight despite the fact that she was the wife of a patriot. Moses gave her a purse full of money and warned her that a british guard was just up the road. Although the woman tried to avoid the british guard he discovered her and attempt to confiscate the flour dough and then reappeared and appealed to the soldier to let her go with her flower when the soldier refused doan grabbed him by the throat and told the woman to run when she was out of sight. He shot the soldier in the head with a pistol and disappeared back into the night. The death of the soldier brought out guard to hunt down the killer. Doan allegedly killed another pursuing soldier and an officer that night as he made his escape. Another story puts sto- more of a mixed light. The gang engaged in a home invasion. Although the dolans made up the core of their group many times the group grew as large as several dozen men on this night one of their company was a man by the name of foxy joe as the group threaten the life of the homeowner demanding that he turned over his gold. Foxy joe made advances on. The man's wife presumably in an attempt to rape her moses discovered. The man beat him nearly to death and threw him down a flight of stairs afterward. Moses apologized to the husband for the incident. His men were thieves not rapists. The doan gang continued to harass the people of bucks county for years after the british left the area as i said some considered them to be loyalists simply stuck on the wrong side of the war. Others saw them as nothing more than brutal criminals taking advantage of the chaos of war but the legend of the dolans is one that remains a part of local history. The dolans of course. We're not the only tories in the area. While there were many pacifist quakers. there were others. Who were willing to resort to violence for the cause of canned country a key target of the loyalists or the patriot leaders and their families. When john lacy became commander of the state militia loyalists threatened to attack his family and burn his farm lacy hedge project not only his own family but those of other prominent patriots as well as other potential targets. Captain richard hoven who had raised a loyalist group. Called the philadelphia. Light dragoons rated a million bucks county in february. The group stole or destroyed material. That was expected to be made into about five hundred uniforms for the patriot. Army the rate also led to the death or capture of several dozen continental soldiers who were guarding the mill. Hoven dan would go on to serve under bannister tarleton. During the southern campaign. general lacey's lack of experience contributed to his problems. There's one letter from general washington advising the young general lacy to keep on his guard and stay on the move and not be stationed in any one fixed location. Doing so would give the british and easy target and would also allow smugglers to know to avoid specific locations on another occasion. Lacey had to write washington to inform him that his men had accidentally mishandled some cartridges leading to an explosion which destroyed six or seven thousand cartridges and injuring. Five of his men. Also during his first week says general. The militia continued to return home. Lacy reported that at one point he had only one hundred sixty men left for duty in the entire region and this was not entirely lacey's fault not only did bad weather keep them at home. Pennsylvania had failed to pay the militia that had turned out the prior. Fall this failure to provide any compensation did nothing to encourage the man to turn out again for additional winter duty. The man who did continue to serve got most of what they needed from the goods. They confiscated from the people smuggling goods into the city. This of course also led to a complaint that men were claiming goods that were being smuggled that they simply stole from local farms. You may recall that back in episode one seventy eight. I talked about general wayne and commodore barry distracting the british in new jersey so they could drive a herd of cattle back to valley forge as that heard pass through bucks. County lacy was directed to provide a guard. He did not have the manpower and failed to do so. The british under captain hoven denied. Royal royalty greunen's manage to steal most of the hurt and redirected to the british in philadelphia by spring lacey. At least had a few months of experience and the militia were beginning to return to duty in greater numbers. On april twenty-seventh general lacy was in command of about four hundred militia which encamped near the crooked billet tavern. This is near the present town of hat borough which is about sixteen miles north of philadelphia. It was close enough to the british lines to invite an attack. The british frequently rated into this area over the winter despite this lacy kept his militia in camp for several days. Local tories informed the british of their location. And lieutenant. Colonel john graves. Simcoe of the queen's loyal rangers organized an attack party made up primarily of lowest militia but also included some regulars simcoe divided an attack force of about eight hundred and fifty men. The two groups marched out of philadelphia. On the night. Of april thirtieth. Simcoe plan to attack from the northeast while the second group under lieutenant. Colonel robert abercromby would attack from the south west. The militia had put out pickets. Who discovered the attackers just before dawn. On may first. The pickets refused to fire a warning shot instead hiding to avoid capture themselves. The two groups descended on the main militia. Camp opening up a ruthless attack on the surprised militia. Lacey attempted to mount a defense but quickly realized that his men would not stand the majority of the outnumbered and surprise militia fled into the woods abandoning everything to their attackers. The militia lost about twenty percent of its force with about twenty six killed eight wounded and fifty eight captured. According to the americans the british massacred many of the wounded including setting men on fire and watching them burn to death after the battle. Washington ordered an investigation in the murder of the prisoners and wounded in order to make a complaint against general. How the lieutenant who had been in command of the pickets was discharged for failure to follow orders a little over a week. After the battle general potter return from his winter at home. Relieving general lacy of command lacy continue to hold his militia title as general but did not seem to serve in any active capacity. After that a year later lacey would return to politics and served the last three years of the war as the bucks. County representative to pennsylvania's supreme executive council battle of crooked billet became forgotten just another example of the incompetent local militia defeated by professionals about a week after the attack at crooked billet. The british sound out another small expedition across the delaware river into new jersey. The americans still had several ships and smaller boats up river in bordentown new jersey. They also had some small supply. Depots there on the night of may seventh. The british sent a small rating party up river landing at whitehill new jersey today called fields borough who landed the next morning. This was a search and destroy mission. The british burned any boats that they found as well. As the houses of several leading patriots. As identified by local loyalists americans got word the raid and thinking the british might be capturing boats rather than destroying them scuttled several boats themselves in order to prevent them from falling into british hands. The local new jersey militia also turned out and face. Down the british raiders as they marched north toward bordentown. According to local accounts the militia fired one volley then turned and ran. The british continued on into bordentown there. They burned several more houses including that of joseph borden. Son of the town's namesake as well as any ships and boats that the patriots had not already destroyed having satisfied themselves that they destroyed any enemy property that they were going to find the british returned to their ship and sailed back to philadelphia before the end of the day. The bordentown raid sometimes called the battle of crosswalks. Creek was another minor raid. That simply showed that militia could not stop the regulars but they were still not afraid to turn around and take a few potshots at them next week. The british through a going away party for general how and general. Lafayette almost gets captured at the battle of barren hill. Hey thanks for joining the american revolution podcast after show my thanks to alexander. Hamilton club members on patriotic train. Aunts george davis and louis wait thanks also to lee. Crm at the robert mora circle level and welcome to christopher nugent at the standard bearer level. Also thanks to my longtime supporters. David rice thomas heath and chris roy. Everyone should remember that you can help. Support this podcast for as little as two dollars a month by signing up on patron thanks also to matt williams. Paul cowan burger james deer and virginia starks. For one time gifts the paypal for those of you who want to help out with no ongoing commitment pay pal is a great option. Visit amriyev podcasts. Dot com for more details. And as always. I am grateful for everyone who can help out. I also have a couple of corrections. this week. A couple of weeks ago. I talked about thomas matching an engineer. Who worked on defenses at west point. I noted that he was an english engineer who came to america shortly before the war that he participated in the boston. Tea party and bunker hill. Jail bell pointed out to me shortly after the episodes relief that the history accorded from was ridden in the early nineteenth century. And that it is complete. Bs there's no evidence that any of matches claimed engineering work in england is correct. There's no evidence that he was at the boston tea party. There is a chance that he was at bunker hill but not defending it if he was there. He was charging up the hill with his fellow. Regulars it turns out that matching was a british regular who deserted from boston in july. Seventeen seventy five years after the war someone put out a shall we say less embarrassing history. That did not involve fighting for the enemy and desertion. In addition to being an excellent fact checker all things revolution jail. Bell is the author of a book called the road to concord. Which of course is a passbook recrimination of the week. He also rates daily plug called boston. Seventeen seventy five. Which i've also recommended before if you search for matching that's mac h. I. n. You can read where. Mr bell debunked matching story in several blog articles. Back in twenty thirteen by thanks to mr bell for setting the record straight in the after show for that same so i went on to rant about j. store keeping all its articles behind a paywall. I failed to notice that sometime in the past few months. J. store changed. Its policy so that you could actually read up to one hundred articles per month at no charge. The limit used to be only three articles. So you still have to register for a free account and you still can't download any view articles so there are some annoying limitations but i am pleased that the public does have better access to these great academic articles all right so this week we heard about the doe and gang which still has local legendary status as long as in the bucks county area moses doan was killed in a shootout near the end of the war to other jones were hanged as outlaws and the other two fled to canada. The two that were hanged levi and ham are buried at the plummeted meeting house in doylestown pennsylvania. The meeting allowed them to be buried there but because they were outlaws had them buried just outside. The cemetery was today. you can still visit their gravestones. Which mark them. As outlaws moses doa is buried in plumpton township on what used to be the farm of his uncle israel doan there's also a local legend about the thousands of pounds of the gang robbed from local treasuries some say their buried treasure still lies undiscovered somewhere in bucks county in many ways. The story of moses doan reminds me of jesse james and his gang of outlaws both started out on the losing side of a war doe in in the revolution and james in the civil war both refused to make peace and turn to outlawry eventually being shot down both had brothers who had fought with them but who survived and lived out their natural lives. Anyway the dolans live on in local lore. I heard that a doan gang. Distillery recently opened in quakertown taking its name from the famous outlaws. If you enjoy these sorts of local histories my book recommendation. This week is hidden history of bucks county by jennifer rogers. It was published in two thousand. Nineteen if you're looking for more indepth discussion of today's topic. This is not the book want hidden. History is a relatively short book under two hundred pages and covers a wide range of stories from bucks county. there is a chapter on general john lacey and another chapter on the doan gang but all of the many stories covered in the book are just a few pages long each but if you like learning stories that are not part of the mainstream history. I think this book is an interesting read. I may be biased. Because my family has lived in bucks county for nearly three centuries so i have a biased interest in these local histories. The author is a local historian. Who lives in bucks county. believe this is her first book if it sounds interesting to you checkout hidden history of bucks county my online recommendation. This week is a more in-depth book about the dough and gang. It's an online book from archive dot. Org called the doan outlaws or bucks county cowboys in the revolution by john. Rogers i have no idea if john rogers is in any way related to jennifer rogers the author of this week's book recommendation but the doan outlaws was published in eighteen ninety five although the work is listed on archive as a book of over four hundred pages. It appears to have been published originally as a newspaper column in the doylestown democrat. It appears that someone simply cut out the newspaper columns each week and pasted them into the pages of this book that said it is clearly an in depth and detailed. Look at the doe and gang so if you want to read more about the dolans check out the doan outlaws on archive dot org as always you can search for yourself or go to the blog entry for this week's episode for a direct link it's at blog dot com rev. Podcast dot com. Well that's offer this week. I hope you will join me again next week. For another american revolution broadcast.

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Annie Lederman's Ayahuasca Trip Helped Her Deal with Trauma

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Annie Lederman's Ayahuasca Trip Helped Her Deal with Trauma

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He definitely looks adopted music picture and say try to tell me. My dog wasn't adopted. Now read me. I was such accountable. I was being so such like people will be like. Is your dog adopted in the beginning. Goes you know he's cute. Oh dariel and then now it's like the lord struck him. Yeah people attacked you. Yeah i mean. I got a lotta shit but i was also like i mean i mean born you kind of think about it. They're all adopted because they all need homes. What are you put. Push out of your push. I didn't adopt nina. I mean this was six years ago before adopting was super. You know i was kind of swoon. I was kind of all. Is that him now. This is now wild. What a shame really. What's his name. Randy randy after randy jackson played. All of us randy's stop. What kind of dog do you think he is. I think now he's we think maybe chihuahua. Maltese poodle paid eight hundred dollars for that. I don't give a fuck. I mean honestly. Like i'm like you matter to you in this house into. It still feels the same. Because i pay for my own shifts so i mean i don't pay rent. Oh my god. I ain't bad bad bad deal right now. It's funny like i have a credit card for like when i go grocery shopping and like i have now. You buy clothes at hoping to get free. Try but it's like he The credit card doesn't let you take money out so i only shop at ralph's. Can i return this work. Do you guys to air one. No i need some no is kind of funny. Everyone assumes that about me they're like oh you must be you know so rich now but my husband is very rich. I have a credit card. You know he takes care of things like vacations gender whatever and you make sure look pretty to. I'm sure he's not gonna know doesn't stuff. No i'll tell you why god his ass i know. He doesn't believe in botox fillers or any of that. And i'm like well because standing right in front of a whole bottle wrestle and right in your face silently staring yea so he doesn't believe in nothing. You've nothing i've never done it. I've done no lasers anything yet. When i get the money. I'll come as you can tell me what to do. You don't need anything. How have you done nothing. I think i just don't drink her. Move your face naturally my move at a law but we don't have wrinkles. How old are you thirty seven. You look really young thank you. I think it's the tiny. Ted's no i mean it's crazy because you've never done anything in your skin is really good. It's crazy 'cause you've never done anything in your life in your thirties. Wear my losing in a negative mine. Spiral I'm trying to get. I haven't in a negative mines. Tell me everything what's happening. There's construction in my apartment. Okay and i just did like the comedy. Store documentary came out. I've had a lot of really good career moments but they're not translating into like being able to pay for anything right. Oh i'm living in this apartment. That's in the middle of construction so the construction surrounding the apartment That's terrible ways. All things falling off my wall just like stress in the apartment building. The dog getting sick just all this up to work. It's just really. Are you getting any kind of unemployment or anything right now or no. I'm not. I wasn't the beginning. I started doing like merchant stuff. But i had to get. It's it's up to me. it's not. I know it is but also it is really hard right for a lot of people. Definitely i feel for you. I mean i for you don. I'm looking at her dog. Fully like bird is oh is tall for on bugging. Is your system. Have a job on my sister creditor. Everything's fine in my pockets going. I like how you do those. Yeah this is great because you know we had a we had a studio setup then obviously covert in their like sorry. You don't have a studio anymore. So i just set this up in the house i like and you do it all yourself in. It's actually super easy. And i'm getting like divider like a plastic divider so we could still see each other right now. We're just my ex boyfriend was in prison. I wanted to go visit him. Was he imprison everything. What are we lose virginia virginity. Get into the worst. The worst that your dog got mange. That's the worst. It was bad but it is mostly shallow. Because he's not uncomfortable anymore. It's just meeting go back hair grow back feel you before. You're a grown up until you're like. I can't send out christmas strictures this year unlike but he is like ugly cute now. He looks like he's half chicken. Why can tell you from. Because rob schneider is and he was like. I told him that. I was gonna get the dog vaccinated and he was like. Don't let go don't vaccinate him. It'll it'll change changes dna. And i think that's what the plot to is. Rob schneider an anti vaccine. I think openly yeah openly he is. I'm like i'm not ally love him. I love i love ron. But maybe that's why he is the way nobody wasn't the was like the plot to the animal anyway but he he was like the dna will change. And i was like rob. What are you talking about. And then it's funny because he is literally half chicken. God looks his feathers. Okay wait question about vaccines. Would you get the covid vaccine You would no problem. I think i would like wait a week. I might not be the first person. But i'd be like the third like want ties them like they're paying people right now take it. Oh really. yeah maybe get on that. I mean how much will tell was worth. I want him. I haven't seen my parents. How long has it been. It's been almost a year and earned philly mine. I know i haven't seen either my dick because they're old. Yeah don't wanna risk it. You know what i mean like. Imagine the one that killed like 'cause you know how many times you're going to kill me. I know and then we literally do. I know the crazy thing is. I was looking at the statistics this morning and for our age group in the thirties. We have a ten percent. Chance of dying from kobe with our son is really high. Nine point nine percent but who of our ages dying in california there. I'll share their the graft show us the people's crazy to see the body. I'll show you the. I'll show you the group you know. I searched anti vaccine. But i'm okay. So then. And then i wanna know. This whole thing is so You don't know anyone who's died from it. I don't know anyone inside from it. I don't know anyone from it personally. But i've heard of people dying from it. Which is so. You're so area. You know she so might he. I knew she she. She super lonely. And i was thinking about getting another dog but i feel like she kinda likes Maybe you kinda like it okay. So here we go. This is chronic. Virus cases are skewing younger but older californians make up the vast majority of deaths. And this is it saying that. Eleven percent of california total has coronavirus cases. So ages. I'm sorry you know what ages thirty five to forty nine. We have a five point seven percent chance of dying if we get it ages sixty to sixty four like our parents seven point six percent chance of my mom. Succeed seventy nine it is. I'm nagas within that age. Group is nine point seven percent so they've almost a ten percent chance of dying years. The really fucked up part eighty year olds. Have a forty three now. My dad's seventy nine. That's eighty but they don't go out there so parallel scary loud that they are because my my girlfriend back home her best friend got it and she told me it's like she can't even lift her arms to brush her hair. She's we god she's gonna gets a fast. She feels like she can't get skinny. Get really skinny but doesn't let go get it. You're like a stomach ulcer down thirty. Tell me everything about that. How did you get the stomach. Ulcers i think it was the stress of the apartment and the dog and although i don't know i just got like started getting really nauseous all the time and i was like i'm not pregnant. So what the fuck is wrong with may Doctor why and then. I was shitting black. Which means the blood star. Yeah yup then. So i diagnosed myself online web. Md found out you had stomach ulcer. Res autos cancer. I in you you know what i didn't think it was cancer. I was more word pregnancy. Because i was like how embarrassing you get black stools from pregnancy. Noble before when it was the puking embarrassing the again abortion new grows via. You're like my assistant got me pregnant. Oh how how did him. He's fired But then so. I i went and i you know i went to an urgent care or whatever and still waiting on these test results to see if i've h. Pylori which is the bacteria and then you just take an antibiotic start to feel better. I'm i'm telling positive thinking. I got some in such a spiral that'll be so depressed. I had such an upswing. I had so much fun during the comedy store documentary. And you know i did. Rogan's podcast with whitney the summer and i was really fun. I've been on this like really fun. Ryden and then. I knew i started to neglect myself. Charismatic not meditating during breath work and civic that night i saw it coming but it still had you distress will physically like cause your body to fall which is crazy. And i've learned got d. Take anything to to new anti-depressant. Nothing no. I don't want to have like a theory for myself is in for anyone else. I completely support anyone taking whatever they want to take. But i want to obviously have a good life at the moment. But i'm very very interested in being like a really fun. Happy elderly person. So i'm trying to do everything i can to make sure that i'm like with and happy and doing good old wanna like peak in my eighty s e. Feel like when you feel like if you took something that would fuck it. I don't wanna do anything. Now look it up in the future. Not that i know any of what that is. But right. And i also think i can so much of my depression and anything that happens even my substance abuse was all repressed trauma. Okay so then. now. I'm like okay. I gotta deal with our press trauma. And i've done a lot of work with. I did iowa a couple of time. How is that is fucking amazing. did you like. It wasn't credible. Are you sober i am. I'm pretty sober. I don't drink. I don't smoke weed. I take an antidepressant. And i let's take cbd's so that's piece in the sober community people say is cbd's not technically so it's sobering quit a i don't drink i don't do drugs. Nothing i've all way behind me But i want to hear about. I lost because they do consider that like not to do that too. But you did so helpful for natural yet in like the second person i've talked to that said with trauma it's like real estate and really opens you up. Yeah lets you see. It just was crazy. You just see how you have all the answers inside yourself and you're searching outwardly. You're trying to escape yourself but really like everything you need is already and you. So you took it and you didn't feel sick or do you feel you puke crazy. Oh it's insane. where did you do it. I did it. A i have a shaman. Who the whole of amazon john was. I was at the comedy store. And i was in a fucking shitty mood. I was dating this fuck in. It was just like an old fuck boy. Like we're just like oh my god. It's so weird when you're like why would he did an older guy that's never been like. Obviously they like. There's a reason why it. But i like on a date. Like he wanted me to meet his friends and but he was also like. I'm not interested in a relationship. I'm like why am i meeting friend. It was like this annoying. It was like to win a half years ago. Three and so i just bowling with him and his friends and i was like just in the worst mood and i went to the spot in the main room and i was like doing my. I was talking shit on stage with his friends there. No he won't. I was just like talking shit on the experience and stuff and it wasn't like developed jokes or anything. And i i. I don't even know if. I had a good setup but it was like i was being ron real as being very real and i got up stage like and i saw this. There is a woman and a man and they were kind of like i. I know sons wherever they're glowing like they were just like the sweet. I i just was like who are these people and they were like hello and they like had accents and they high five man i was like. Oh there's some is and then. I went It was right after brody died. So i was like really and like just a dark place And i willing fucking europe. Jesus year and a half ago. I guess almost you january. Yeah you're enough But so i was like chain smoking cigarettes in the back of like what am i doing i was like why am i sang late. And i couldn't stop. And i was just there. It was like two in the morning. I'm like what the fuck my sets over an hour and a half and then One of the guys it works there was like all my friend wanted to meet. You was like oh. He did and he was like. Yeah he Your his favorite comedian. He's come here twice near his favorite was like. Oh he sounds awesome like he's probably trying to fuck me goes no he's gay and it was like. Oh sweet. someone really likes me just needing generally approval. Oh finally somebody said they liked me and then It just means nothing when people laugh runway fingers looking at the one person that needs me But so he. So then. I was like. Oh that's sucks. I can't meet him and goes oh but he's He's in town. Doing breath work ceremony. And i was like. Oh i love breath work. I wanna goes because all right. I'll tell you what it is. I iowa oscar sharman. Mo's like oh. Why do i was gonna goes. Someone just dropped out. You can do it this weekend. But i have like five main room spots ordinaries like i would cancel them and do it. I don't know and he's like. I think you should do it. It's really was like. I have really wanted to do. And he's like just call him so he gives me my shamans phone number and i called his south african. he's just like his voice is beautiful and he was the guy that high five to me. It was just like so weird. Because i had kind of had this feeling that i was. That's why was there like lee chain smoking. The whole thing kind of it enrolled. So i canceled on my spots and then i went and bought a bucket in a bucket to throw up in job b. o. b. y. o. b. Bring your own bucket. Bulawayo don't shed and you can save bucket now you can. I think some toilets are there for. Everyone was like at that place. Were like two or three. So everyone's going in there. I don't think i should the first time. I was just puking but i shut the second time on hate throwing up though how is a different type of throwing up. Though it's it's a purging of darkness inside you. It was us crazy then so i was spinning over this guy right. And i'm driving out to iowa. Oscar ceremony was in san diego. He had flown into do it. And so he had They had rented out this place. And i'm driving out there. And i'm just feeling so like anxious about this guy and i'm spinning and i'm feeling really unloved and i'm just like feeling so i was listening to What's the konya song. Where seth rogan and the made fun of it they. Could you be so heartless. No the one that was like He he takes the sample of like. I don't wanna sing. It's tumors for me guitar. I don't know. Does he sing. Yeah he seems like like alternative. Music not rob eat up here. He's go all right. Yeah anger scheppach dead now. He's so good But okay so so. You're singing connie as nobody loving you. Most sad and i'm just feeling like you know unloved and miserable and i go to the ceremony and When we end up doing the iowa's gotta there's a bunch of we do bunches up with them what we actually do. The iowa's gotta this woman comes to me and is mother. I ask and i start asking her questions like why am i spending y mos anxious about guys. Why most so worried about like this person comes to you. And you're in. You're like yeah. I'm like laying. Okay she's like there. What is term. I don't really see an image of her. It's just her presence. Is there and i start like asking her questions. I was just rattling off question. And i was like i really want to know. Why am i always like anxious. Feeling unloved all this stuff and she goes. Oh it's your dad like da like not even think of that is it. Did you have a tough relationship with your dad. I yeah i've had like a i. My dad is my favorite person. Like i love him to death. Were so much alike. And we're so bonded and stuff news very angry as a kid. But i think the issue mostly was. It wasn't the anger and that sort of stuff because we did work out it was. He's old he's always been old so i've had heart disease and stuff my whole life. I've always been worried about him dying. So i've never i've been so anxious about that like don't i don't. I don't die. That i never really liked was with him and president and enjoying my time with now he's eighty and now he's almost eighty and i had to just face and this thing like that is going to die. There's no way around it. It's okay it's would supposed to happen. It doesn't have to be this like negative horrible thing. And i had this whole vision of my dad as like the king of my family. My mom is the queen. And then i have a twin brother and an older brother. So as timmy. And max and there's mae and timmy has two boys and max's two girls iva kids will be. I have z. it'll be both he and then But i was just thinking of our like our perfect like beautiful family and how my dad was like live on through all of us. And and i so i decided i had to have this. Like funeral pharmacists all online. There while like i was like i'm i was eulogizing. My dad was just like speaking. About how amazing. He wasn't stuff. And i started crying like my dad's dead and i put my hand on my chest and my hand got really heavy and the my dad's hand was inside by hand and then his body. My dad was inside my way but and then like his body was in my body. That i really like. We are my hair. All i mean even every every. That's what's crazy. Is that you and i and everything League it's all energy. It's exactly the same accident you can't get rid of it. You can't destroy energy absolutely no way. No one is no one. There is no death death of a physical body with your son. Yeah i drive and dreaming of him every night. Okay student when you're going through all this. How long is it like. It's like six hours. So i got. They offered a the first cup. You come up. And he gives you like a couple of the iowa to taste like shed they give you a grape to kinda what does it taste like like like an earthy chocolate easy nastiness. How long does it take to kick in mind wasn't kicking in it. I and i think i had so many such high expectations. I just abandon my life. Everyone else that went to this weekend had planned for years. It came from all over the world to do it. And i just figured it out the day before like it's not working john. I'm like come on. Do you give me the fucking told him that. I go i go. What's because he comes around and checks on you 'cause like blows like tobacco on unita's like this ceremony and spits this like rosewater new. It's my shaman. is so a. He doesn't think where you hold. Both of your hands in his one hand and he like lows. Spitzer this stuff on you. And it's like just having like surrendering to someone his hand and he's just like the vessel of like dynergy. Yeah the energy and stuff so you know. But he's just so sweet one of the other times. I did it with him. He came up to check like how you going and the light was coming in from the window behind him as an angel. Dude i've struck crush on you. Thank you so cute. He's gay right. Yeah what he's just like such a like labour's but so he you know humor on. I was like it's not. I'm like i'm not working. It's not working and he's like he's like we're going to do another round like don't worry and so i just like kinda fell asleep through a little bit tonight ms it and then freaking out and all that anxiety. That was the thing that i was about to find out when i asked her about it anyway. So then the second cup he offers come up. Do you want to drink guns. So that's next to ours. So i was like fuck. Yeah i want to. And then i think offers a twice or three times. I took three. I always will take the most. I don i want to get to the bottom of all the so down and ready and we win It was yeah it was like six hours so the second cup copy felt it in the second cup. I felt it and i started. Just be like oh my god and it was just laying there and you just. What are you feel relaxed. I'm trying to imagine like say. I just drank it like would you say how long ago warm some people feel. I don't even remember it. Some people feel you're just in another place have you done. Emt or anything like that. Yeah it's very like just another like a place that's here but just another look like and some people see a lot of stuff. My friend had a crow compaq out. His heart and carried away was a black heart has announced tariff comeback and give him a new heart and like a freshman and so a back up. People have like crazy as you know what i wonder. I wonder if all that stuff is actually around us all the time and only when we try things like emt or iowa are we able to see it yet. Pm t and i wass gets the same. It's the same chemical released in your brenton. So you're it's ns so interesting. It's like the whole world inside of us. And i always wonder because the second time. I did it after i did the part with my dad and then i like flipped over. It was my mom. So that your this is your masculine side as your feminine side like interesting and then like when i leaned over here i was my mom and then i had a moment with brody or i was just like brody had died. I mean it might have been one month before And it was just like so it was just so fresh. And i was there with my friend. Who's next to my friend who works at the comedy store so we were just you know we were just really anna and so i was thinking about brody on the mother's side which was interesting. The woman's side. And i was just thinking about like how sad. He must have been how he didn't feel much. We love tim. I was like hugging him. And then that's when i had to puke like that's what i was like and it wasn't like i felt nauseous. Are i'm like ready to get this out. And so then i often. I just had the bucket there like it wasn't like anything like that and it felt like my ancestors were pushing helping me like pusher gel her job this and it was like a thick sweet tasting. It wasn't like like Steve yeah it wasn't even though it's not like the most comfortable thing but it felt so good and everything i had to get out and then it felt like there was like an egg that was caught and then a buck and bird flu how to and i think that was. What did you see bird. Yeah well i felt it was more. It's more like air attack. I wasn't like is open. Seeing it was like yeah. I think other people have more but i felt like a bird fly out of me and it was just so weird was just like that's amazing and i get these. Ptsd twitter sometimes. And i'm always like it's like a bird and may wow that needs to get out that feel like you've gotten out most of law together. I think i think it's a thing i would do. I gotta keep doing you know. 'cause it's i just got back you get gunky again like i get like caught up and stuff and i forget the lessons that i learned and and You know there's always more to learn. And i'm just like looking at your this beautiful. I'm so happy for gale. Oh my god you know. Tommy really wants to try it. He wants to try to much mental illness to try it out like schizophrenia. And my family and that person because to a to like some of those what. They're doing yeah. I was feel like i'd be the one that died. Because i get like paranoid when i smoke too much weed freak out when i like. I can't do anything anymore. And like so i used to do everything and then all of a sudden i like it. Do you feel because i've been. I've just recently had to stop smoking weed because i rose. It makes me looking psychotic and a ruined my life. Yeah and it's i'm the fucking couch girl. I can't believe i'm raced. I keep going back to thinking. I can do it but i never even enjoy. It's like i feel and i'm wondering if you feel when you realize you can't do these things do you feel like this is on para. I don't have anything i can do. I do feel that way. It's like i can't drink. I can't do any drugs. i can't smoke. it's just it's not even it doesn't even feel good anymore like it used to be fun. Yeah and i used to feel like this was so great. And then i don't know at some point something just changed. I do not enjoy this. Like this is fucking horrible and just became like nasty and i feel i feel you on the. We'd thanks i. I would smoke so much weed and then i will be like. I'd keep smoking to try to reach some things. Never get it doesn't and then you're it's like not only to knock it up. Its does nothing. It doesn't it just felt like shit. And then you eat. And it's like it's a depressant it just it gets in there and i think it really like feed your ruminating. Aw yes spinning. And i mean i i you know i love. Cbd because i have cd's doesn't have huge cnn. Which i love that and that's been really helpful for me is just like the good parts of that's the good parts of it and that's how it has gone to rooted in different taken that it's amazing. It's very calming Ju- oshawa gonda or osh osh ashkenazi ashkenazi. Are you jewish. i'm not gene. i'm not jewish. Elga quaker brought up quaker quaker. Great we love at quaker oats. We love that happened this morning. Here gotta keep the family and big. My family bugging business. I know everytime good dozen daddy and it says it's good you should have had more of the odes are in the fucking house will emerge. Oh my god you guys. We're going to take a quick break. And we'll be right back with any letterman on spurs donald. Today high. she'll have the quarter pounder with cheese. Extraministerial have ten piece chicken mcnuggets into sides of ranch please. The we've done this before a meal. Get it at mcdonald's twenty two of your face for two six bucks limited time. Only prices and participation may vary single item at regular price support for this podcast. Come from cdw technologies cdw wg. We get migrating your agency to a hyper converged. Infrastructure is challenging to. 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Whatever but to me are very free. Yeah i do also feel free. And i feel like i'm a the thing is i know that i am very positive person so when i get negative it's like oh i'm in a thing i want to get out of it. Yeah and i do feel yeah. I don't know. I feel like i've overcome a lot of stuff. I think. Perseverance like pretty cool. And you said you had like trauma that you went through that one. I talk about a lot. I did talk about it on a podcast. And i had them pull it was it really triggered me but we don't have to talk but it just i had a. I was sexually assaulted in high school by my teacher. Had taken to court and it was a whole thing and and Right now i'm really working on releasing the feeling of betrayal and the feeling of like being alone things and you know. I've done a lot of like forgiveness with the actual people but that like that hanging around of the feeling of The fear being abandoned. By everyone i think is why just because when you speak out about stuff like that fucking sucks yeah and a lot of people victim blaming which is the worse and a lot of people are you know and everyone has fucking opinions. When they're not entitled to them experience you know. Yeah which is really frustrating. I think especially for women keeps them from speaking out a lot. Although i will say like with all of the like to stuff and all that there's been a lot of support and you know Fuck i can't imagine 'cause i've never gone through that i also feel like me to unto far too like a lot of like it's a weird thing and it's just sort of what i always work on his dislike. Stay in my lane. Think about my own shit. Don't worry about other people's things and just like dude. You've gotta do 'cause when after i did that podcast. That had them palm. The guy was like this is an important story. And i was like. Yeah but i get rape stories in my. Dm's all too. It's very hard to handle it and it's nice. I want people to be able to reach out by ear also trying to move on mental health. Yeah i just really. I think it was like a big step for me to do that. And whenever i tell these stories people kind of come down to my parents or like where we parents and then i get so mad at advance again and it's like my parents are in the evening of fucking life. The enjoying their time loving their family. I love them so much. You know it's like all this focus has been on the things they didn't do right and not on these like how much we love each other. So i think this is awesome like having boundaries. And i think that's the hardest thing yeah is like also when you grow up with trauma attends to turn you into a people pleaser because you wanna be loved. It did a hundred percent so a lot of time. we'll go. You know constantly do anything we can to be loved. You know what. I mean like the fact that you told him to take it down is a big and he was really nice about it and the thing is i really work on like my trigger so if i say triggered by the way because you're being a baby when triggered by an gets you out of a relief become twitter d- alright but it's it's up to me to handle those rights so it's like i need to know the things that are going to like upset me and i need to learn to either like step away from them or see them for what they are and not be attached to them and i just was like. I can't for my family. I can't tell the store anymore. Just because and you can listen to i. I told her that mark man. I wept the whole time. I'm not dating. The guy was talking about on there. It's a little embarrassing you. Someone that's your like. But now i've found the guy who so great. You're not with them anymore literally. It was like any help man. I'm like oh my god and i look back. That was like so traumatizing. That religion but But also helpful. I've done that before. It's a whole earning expand like you know. He was another trauma. Traumatized guy so that was like kind of helpful. But you just get over trauma you know and that might even happen to you on this. Podcast yeah i talk about trauma all the time but i but part of me is like you know i talk about it so much to the point that i'm tr- it's for me. I've talked about my own trauma so much that it loses Like it's it's less potent. Yeah know what. I mean like i constantly am attacking it and addressing and then i just started doing. Amd are have you done. I want to do that. So i have the fantastic and it takes the power out of it. Yeah you can do that or the tapping the tapscott started. I'm going to talk about it next week. I'm doing my another session this week. And i'm love with it already late one session. You really take the power out of your trauma you really just get down to the little nugget of it. That's your body and you pull it up and you're like you are not allowed to be here anymore. You just kinda take it apart so much that it's not that it's nothing it's the it just kind of takes the power out of it. Yeah because it's i was thinking. I always think of this visualization so. The teacher that i had my issue with has dreads. White guy dreads. And it's like. I'm dragging for twenty something years. I've been dragging this white guy with dreads around with me like cut the fucking cordless brushing my teeth and he's in the mirror behind me. It's like i'm looking at a reflect you know it's just like i thought of that and i was like i need to get rid of him and i i realized. Recently i was still pissed at like my best friend from high school for like not supporting me. I'm like i'm mad at a sixteen year. Old like me this age being like to a sixteen year old like you stupid fucking bitch like went sign cancer cancer. Okay very sensitive young carpet. Were yeah no. I am really. I'm very sensitive. And i do take on people's energy lot and it's been really good to as you're saying before learn boundaries and be like. Oh not my problem and also like you guys remember. Stop you remember everything. Every cancer that i've ever met has been like. Oh i remember back in nineteen ninety. Two in some girl told me i was like fucking remember that show. I sure dr friend yet told me. Years ago when i was still living in santa fe new mexico is still drinking's before i even started comedy. He was like He said something like that where he goes. Well we're both below average in looks and i literally thought i was. I was like oh we're below average. Okay and i. I took it on for i. Kill him while we're gonna murder. I can have this podcast. We'll be us. Driving to mike him in the fucking house. No he bought a house. He lived in that apartment. I lived in that apartment with him on his couch. Mazing and listen. Mike has no kids i know. Does he have a girlfriend again. Or no I don't his a sears government. But yeah he's what forty something single guy. We love him but he's got he's gonna i think he wants. I think he's going to settle down sixty. or what. no. I think you. I think. I think honestly corona not that he wasn't feeling this way before but i think coronas nail for people like you got it. Our friend got it. He got at at a party right and then he said the weird thing was a couple of girls at the party and they got a very mild version of it like they just had a headache that he said he still feels kind of weird. Like i don't feel fully myself. That's the scary part corona for me. Yeah and then he also the weird thing was he was like i remember him telling me like one night he was like i swore i was going to die. He thought he was really gonna die. So maybe it's changed him. Yeah most you know that. I know That had a battery. Like yeah thought is going to my friend. Had before anyone knew about her she had league in the very beginning before they even worry about it and she was like. She said that she remembers feeling. Like this. exact. Thought if i was in my seventies or that'd be my friend who just got it said that too which is like so scary. Shit i know why people that are old. Don't live they could scare so what i'm saying. That's why i want to like build my. I just want to be like the healthiest i can be. I think i'm like willing my fucking ulcer way. I think i'm doing. I think you can. I think are brought. Our minds are so powerful. I think they can take us up or they can take down. I mean it's obvious you know. Hopefully and the meditation and the several guess so roadwork is crazy. I had breath work so going back to the like the trauma in high school. I was doing a breath work Cores and i would ever time i would do a meditation. There'll be go to the woods or go here or go there. I was always in these woods. Outside of my high school and i went to school in chestnut hill. So i don't know if you remember which has looks like what helios really pretty and you know like philly has so many like gorgeous woods and stuff so my school just had this really beautiful little like these woods with these paths behind side always go there of all the places. I've been to fucking ireland. i've been like to like. I'm not thinking about that. Not that i can't be in france i got to be in the fucking so i wasn't it didn't even register and then i did a breath work and this wolf came up to man. It's so funny because my parents my dad does all these the spiritual work my my parents. Everyone has like a spirit animal. My family and i don't have one but this was like a breath work in there like if you see an animal or something like that. My dad's is moon wolf. That's his his spirit. Animal name and will. I love my little very cool progressive family families. So cool really cool. I'm like you know the more. I've really worked on letting go of this stuff the more i'm like. Oh i can let all the good. That's various little and even the stuff that the trouble that i got into them was them really wanting me to like them so they would just kind of let me do whatever. I wanna gotten a lot of trouble right. So they weren't in there and that's because of the childhood they add they weren't they were overprotected rather than having had trauma so they were there. Trauma was in that so It was all like an over correction. And so i can one hundred percent understand it. But so i'm in this. Fuck in meditation and i see a wolf and my brain goes oh my. That's my dad's spirit him. That can't be minded. I go hoarse. That's my spirit animal to doug has your party. Your dad was like your little baby my name for it not have a name yet but he was really do. I know i shouldn't just name him. What randy randy's astronomers bleeding bugging scratching biting dick to it was like oh my god and so smaller ready. Get off florida. He's like he didn't even ask me if i want to be boy. I'm sorry we had the general reveal for you. You poor baby. He's i don't want to be a boy. I'm feminine on the inside. Everyone's going to be trans. My i think by by like another couple hundred a hundred right now. Everyone's at least a little bit gay like girls guys ever like some girl. She was pen she goes. I'm penn sexual abuse that one. Well she couldn't fuck and answered. I was like. I think it means you're fucking anyone you can because it's a pandemic that it can be an sexual. I dunno pan sexual to look it up. I know like sexually fluid. I know like you know. I think it's just like you'll anyone. Wow you don't it's not like wow on personality but i'm like it's interesting whatever everyone is going to become one and if you think about it it's like sometimes i'm like things are changing and i don't want them to. This isn't how it was like wait. Is such like the old man next door. That was yelling. Uh-huh for quaker quaker lakers are so hikers are probably like the head of the trans like yeah. The quakers are all about you. Know open mindedness. Every i went to a quakers going ever was all my teachers were gay were they. They were all like the all the lesbians were dating each other. That's cool all my friends had two moms. I grew up near quakertown. Yeah well. We're all the quaker house's like were and like it was so interesting so funny. It was like a little blast. Passover time you drive through quakertown well so simple sorry about two meeting for worship which is what we call our our Church i i met this guy online like a year ago who. He was a musician but he was doing a recording record out here and he was brought up quaker in philly. We came out here and so we went on a date to go to quaker meeting now. Laker media it was really cool. And then we never. I mean we just being friends but the Economy wanting to back to meeting. So i started going back again. But you're kind of like a simple life. And i would go in and like their accent like far lake lashed scams. Are you wearing gems. I'm like wearing jordan's like what are you doing. You're like i eat oatmeal. Okay hargrove sunglasses. No is this quaker. You're not a quaker. Oh my god. I love okay last thing i want to ask you about is how do you feel. I know this way. Let me finish the wolf l. Let's get out of these woods dude. The wolf's like in these woods anymore would have to be here anymore. And i was like oh shit and i've never visualized in those woods skin trapped at like something that happened to you and i was like fifteen right. You're asking me the best advice the day which was so sweet. I woke up. And i had like an epiphany wasn't she was like because you were molested in the things that happened to you. You're ten years younger. She's like give yourself a break that you will give twenty-seven-year-old she's like just relax. Everything you're doing you're on track. It's all good. Yeah it's true. I mean i totally believe that. I think that when something like that happens to you it really stunts you and it keeps you stock and so it's really hard to evolve. You know what i mean like. I've met so many people that have had you know molestation experiences. I've norman musset. But people that i know maybe nursing. I used to do but others. But but i think you are mosit- well people that i know. Are you know all a lot of them. Like very young at heart. Yeah like to them in their mind. Like in your mind to you. You still feel like that. Sixteen year old girl hard. I feel like. I just got out of that bad like few years like i remember i would say i was well into my thirty's when i realized like oh wish i shouldn't buy. Cigarettes for kids was like oh mike. Oh that's bad yet. Yeah not that. I was doing it but you know what i mean i was like. Oh stop don't side with a teenager. His you thought you were related. Your that's my mind. Says i have another girlfriend who. She's the same way she's thirties but talking to her. You think you're talking like early twenties girl because she's just she hasn't worked through all that yeah. I had a friend who was really like overweight when she was a kid and then she got the surgery when she was in her twenties and so she got like really high and then she was talking about dating was like talking to a middle school. It was so cute. I was like like me now like they told me. I'm really put my. I know you know it's actually really funny. Is that leg. it's kinda sad. It's like the girls who i know that have been heavy and then gotten really skinny the best people because they still have the personnel of that when they were heavy that they're so extra nice and sweet and so now they're like super hot and they have that personality where they still in their head. Think there but they're not any migrate peg sweetest people. My girl peggy sliver she. I found her once drinking drinking a bottle of champagne by herself in her room. Reading a book called fat Nice girls finish fat. Oh my god that's amazing. Buddies name a book but she. I'm honestly the sweetest person the world but you're didn't their head no matter what i've known that has been heavy before like still have that really like there used to like me and people being mean to them. They're heavy in the they're so sweet Okay the last thing i want to ask you about is how do you feel about the stuff. That's come out on the news about the you know the elian staff. Have you heard about it like any aliens okay. So basically the israeli government came out in like very public way. And we're like we've met with aliens and we just want us. This was like a week ago. Joe rogan talk to everyone but they said that and this is weird. 'cause i've watched like this. I'm really into the study. I watched his documentary called capturing light. And it's like this old lady. That filmed them in her backyard in canada like years and years ago and they said the same thing to hurt. These people are saying that the human race isn't ready. We're too scared we would swimming. Be the thing is is that they're so evolved and were so we're evolve but we're actually least evolved out of every species that's out there And basically will happen. Because it's like for instance like you know when you go up to a raccoon or something you're like oh it's so cute and sweet like i wanna hug it or whatever like least my action right. The raccoons terrified of you right worthy raccoons right. So it's like they don't want to hurt us but we are so scared of that when you're like what the final and and us as people are so aggressive that we would cause war and we would you be violent. So they're not gonna come down here yet until were more evolved but they they released an official statement saying we've met with them we know about them they're real and everyone was like fries rallies. The closest i'd be. I don't think they're the closest. I think that they're the only ones that came forward and admitted it. Like i think the us government knows. I think all the area fifty one do to get them to come now. I think we have to evolve. And i don't think it's gonna be furniture a couple of hundred years. I think we have to get the fucking kids. So i could live for it goods you know i did and then like i just worry about my mental health. Because you know. Just don't wanna put him. I don't want to push it on my kids number one number two. I know that like when my mom had kids something changed and you know and a dozen times for women like it can trigger something or set something off and it made her worse. Apparently like from what i hear from my dad and so i don't never wanna get pregnant and have a kid and then get worse health and then i'm raising yeah. I'm sorry so. I'm just. I'm i'm in a way i'm being selfish but i'm also being selfless dogs. Yeah they're going. they're so cute. I know i'm undecided. But i definitely work on myself in a way like i. Sometimes i have just these like fits of rage. And i'm like i can never do. I have to work on. And i have is when i was a kid. I would have my dad's side saw that like rage and you know. And i had no air you really i would just be so triggered and you know and my friends thinks it's a ptsd response And it is. You know it's like when you feel like you're the like you're being flooded with you know something or yeah. You know out of nowhere. It won't come. it's usually like triggered but it could be something small that like to me. It hit something big in my memory or something. I'm like oh but it's something that i work on because it's just really so unfair to around you when you do that. It's just like scary. yeah i know. People people get afraid naming because they're like. Oh my god gonna set this person off and then am i going to set us something. Whatever seven working on that. And i think about that like i don't feel like ready quite yet that way. Yeah i mean it. All one's perfect like that's the thing we're not perfect and i look at my parents and i had a lot of relationship with my mother and she's borderline personalities are she. She has a lot of the right like aware. Like you're like but so. I grew up with unpredictability. Like what's going to happen. Anxious attached relationship absolutely anxious. All over in general just codependent like various. He's loved me. Only me please please. I will literally put myself in the worst situation just to make sure someone else's comfortable way totally began. Go ahead spit on me pretty much. Everyone i fucked. I could invoke. I'm just like so many times. And i had that realization like maybe five years ago. I don't wanna make them feel awkward. I don't wanna do this. I don't even know how i'm putting these strangers about. But i've really learned like even more so this year. My assistant is very good with this. Yeah his parents really because his parents are like what did they do. So securely attached. I've never my husband's like that hired anyone secured securely attached before and. It's so nice to gel because the last guy dated was what's the other one avoid avoid and i was like a fucking nightmare. Hell all the time do you like me. You don't you don't then you're answers sitting there crying the tone of their voice or like the way they talk to you. Don't pay attention or page do one day and then pull back play the piano. Play your favorite song where you're leaving just like this dance and then it's like so i even there i'm like not fucking asshole mckee's just what he is and then then it's at magnet to each other but it's incredible but i was like what does your fucking parents do. And he's much younger than me too so they still together his parents of what their parents so he had a great childhood. His parents source From jersey sort of. I mean not like amazing but what his parents taught him was like. You take care of yourself. I and i think that that is the thing that i crave so much because my family has me so i'm so protective and i was so i i was always dealing with wide. My parents not protect me. Why did they not be like what about us. And my parents are these like kind quakers. They want to trust people and that kind of turns into codependency where it's like your take my kid even though this is a dangerous person. These people don't trust but will be the ones that trust you with our kids. 'cause you're trying they're trying to be good people right trying to put that kind of love in there and that's the hard thing i'm learning and life is like not. Everyone has the same heart as you were. I was like we're always trying to like appease and make people feel cozy and be like you know you're saying everything's good. Don't stress not everyone's same way back a my mom my mom really. We were in a fight. When i was just really dealing because i had all the stuff that happened to me i just blame myself for it because it was just such an easier thing to do. If you blame yourself. That's yours right. You have control over that if you if you realize that. All of the adults in her life let you down on your. That's fucking scary. Like my brain couldn't do it so i just was like obviously i'm trash terrible. I used to wear necklaces said pig. It was funny. It was hilarious but my ex like tore it off my neck. You're not a fucking pit. Stop and i didn't realize like i had been telling myself this stuff. And i thought i was like being funny and i was just so self deprecating but it was really like i really felt that and when i to heal that i had to get very mad outwardly. And then now it's about not having the anger out at myself and just being like surrendering to what's going on and just being like seeing how much love that i have and that was what was so funny about going into the iowa ceremony being like unloved and then i was like laughing by the end of the by family. Loves me so much so much and my mom this is gonna say sorry day but my mom was like When i was yelling at her in this time i was like you know like why weren't like i would protect any of you do anything for you. Why didn't you protect me and like why don't you pretend like and she goes. Not everyone is like you like we don't show. I love the same way as you. And she was just like and she's a doesn't mean we don't love you. It's just not the same. And i think that was important for me to hear because it helped me understand that you know. She's whatever happened with her. Is what informed her to be the way that she is and the way that she is is waiting for. You know what. I mean like this whole and we all have different lum languages. It's so hard you know we are so self centric in our thoughts that we are think everyone thinks like us. We think everyone. Everyone's the same page. Like why are they not. Everyone was molested by their teacher. Like you were molested and like the same way of dealing with things when people aren't like why do you not understand me like but it's so interesting. Everyone's love languages are so different like tommy's for instance i'm a i'm a affectionate showing affection giving gifts like being loving tommy's acts of service so hobie like oil make you something or all. Do something for you. That's what love some money. You glad you eat this pussy. Acts of service subscribes the guest. But you know what i mean like. It's so interesting. I read that book. By don miguel ruiz's the love love language. I understood i was like oh my god. It's so weird. Everyone has different ways of. We're all different but we're all the same. You know what i mean. It's also it's okay. You know what i realized with my anxious attachment was so. I felt like if this person didn't want me it was like i was trash or something and it's like it's who gives a fuck of someone who's going to be with you like that's fine. Yeah it's fine it's like my narcissism had to. I have to be like everyone has to want me. Or whatever. And i all these girls that i see with like with the biggest issues i would say are girls who are trying to be like the number one of something. When that's not thing you gotta be your number one review and yeah you do you gotta be your own number and by the way. How much better is wanting than having because once everyone gets what they want. It's eventually kinda you know. No matter who it is no matter what it is like your you know you love someone in love is continue on its up and down and it goes all different ways and whatnot. But it's like it's so interesting to me that like that first spark when you first enter a relationship and you have the excitement. Yeah that's the fun part for you. Have the person right when you have them. It's sorta just plateaus you know just what it is now and then you're just like it's more. I guess what i look for now is like it's just support like what's gonna helped me be my best. What type of person. And i am. I doing that for them. And it's just so different from the relationships. I have in the past because it's the they were like. It was just so tense all the time they were probably passionate and you know pass out of looked at this and probably been like. This is boring. When i'm like no this is so ocala lapsing and healthy and then like from here and i can the stuff so i i actually read a thing about people that have gone through trauma. Any kind of trauma dron. It changes our brain chemistry. So basically what happens when we get into relationships as adults. We crave that like dopamine hit from if there's not chaos going on and then kindness that gives us a hit of dopamine we are. We don't know what to do so in healthy relationships when things are just healthy steady. We kind of freak out a little bit. Because we're like. Where's my dopamine hit. Where's my like where's my rejection and then live my love whereas my you know. Where's my rejections acceptance. You know. we're not. We're not used we're used to this. And then when his leg this like with a fucker we supposed to do with his heart for me in those situations to push it and be like. Aren't you gonna fucking yell at me. You know yeah we dig backup pig. What i'm a pig. Okay i love you is. It is funny. When you're with someone healthy tommy histories like very easy going. You know. I had a lot of trust issues because i dated guys who were constantly cheating not dated guy mostly guys those with before. My last boyfriend were so great. And then my last week from before tommy was a cheater nightmare and always lying and so i got really fucked up from and so when i moved in with. Tom clancy everything like never find anything in your life. What is this. we're talking about fucking tacos with your friends. I know i know you check up on them whereas the deanne like my girls cute tom. People g loves roses. no bikini. Bet you wanna talk to on your photos of other people's wives. There's just so healthy i the worst is like 'cause i'm usually pretty trusting and then like something will happen. I had a boyfriend who i was like i was looking for. He had gotten enough. Fight was among and it was very embarrassing for me. So i was like trying to not like i was trying to make sure they were still fighting ga. You wouldn't tell me the truth and well you can't have like a public thing again. Yeah i got on right and When i looked in his phone he had texted his ex girlfriend from before me about how he i was boring own now. Trusted naturally supporting. Yeah i was a fucking banging girlfriend and i. It was just like so crazy. And i thought we were gonna beat the other that point. I was like what how. I was boring. And he couldn't wait to make money and come win her back and i was like brokers or when you make money e. l. me Up those merging penny. Are you talking about. Excuse me so. Did that create an issue for you up. After i mean it was like we. We waited like. I stayed with him for a little bit after that. But it was just like that once you me to other like how dare you speak. Immune so faulk down. Yeah i ever saw that. I wouldn't be able to lay. It was because there were fights and he would say really nasty stuff. He was very good with words. I was actually doing a bit about him before the pandemic about were like he would say stuff that was so like i'd be like oh my god you listen i keep repeating the same would say stuff that i said in like a loving like when i was telling you about my dramas or whatever and he would bring it back and fight a bully ham. You're actually listened to mobile. It's so hot you're the best. You're the best way remember read but When he did that i was like. That's his trauma. Whatever but then. When i heard the way he was talking about not. No you can't be was secretly behind boring but the thing. Yeah and that's not an insult it's like. Oh you're healthy. I here boring. I hear healthy but anyway Guys this has been an amazing podcast by the way so having on here too. Yeah we all. I mean i always get into like mental health stuff on here which is great and like sorry about it. I just had Dave navarro on last week and he went through some serious show when he was younger. And it was just like amazing So i love an aggressor yeah to england. His mom was murdered when his just watched thing about a guy's gonna mom getting married. And i've been thinking like if someone murdered my mom. It was horrible. I would that would suck the most of anything like saw coming which is horrible. And you like couldn't protect her and like us fifteen and so If documentary called morning sign like morning on amazon about him and it's intense. I watched it before dear lord. No under this guy's like dua he has. He's he's amazing he's evolved greatly I know that's what's so. I feel like some portent and obviously if this is what your progress it's just like we all have our shit. Yeah that's y'all worse. I mean started more like people talking about their worse like dates or like drug trips or whatever but then like i've had people on there like yes like my worst time when i was like so depressed or the source tom. I've been through and you know it's good. I think it's good to talk about real shed instead of everyone just sugar coating their lives. All the time i'm great. Instagram has made things. Yeah because a lot of people not allow people share their truth. And you're like why. Am i feeding myself this. I'm just ingesting bullshit. I do love that. You share your truth. You're always on there. You public acorns on your titties. I call them the damn. I'm like shut the fuck up. You guys are such a losers. Pinecone is awesome. They'll never going to see my dad's unless you google. Because they're on their. Okay guys. we'll follow hannie. Letterman instagram twitter. Everything right yes Twitter socks another side so follow Subscribe to my youtube which is any letterman. Yes where. 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