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Fictional Hangover
Dead and Gone

Fictional Hangover

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 105:36


"Fucking fairies."   In this episode of Fictional Hangover, Amanda and Claire talk about a surprise knife marriage, soap box moments in a tale of two pizza toppings, slapping a skanky panther, and Eric's butt in their discussion of Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris.

Krystine's FLR Podcast
EP: 0250a - Female Led Relationships - FLR Social Media Fakes and Hurt Feelings

Krystine's FLR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 30:51


(PART ONE of TWO!)My subby joind me again to talk about the hurtful side of social media, and how his phone is NOT more important than me! This one went a little long, so look for part two to follow this one!Be sure to visit my affiliates to support this podcast!LockedInLust.com  has offered you, the amazing listener, 20% off PLUS a couple free digital downloads along your purchase at LockedInLust.com using PROMO CODE; FLRPODCAST (all caps, all one word). I'm familiar with this site and the products and services that it provides. I feel that you, my valued listener will find something useful on this site. There are free resources  also available, so there is no reason to not check it out!Erotic Hypnosis for Women  is a space for a woman to surrender to her mind for a personal, sophisticated experience in Hypnosis, Fetish Roleplay, Brainwashing, Conditioning, and Erotica Audios. It's also a site where I take requests for custom audios, exclusively for women. Find me there for your personal audios.Lovense brings sex tech to every bedroom. Their wide selection of sex toys can be controlled via Bluetooth, and even at long distances through their app. Find out how to take your experiences, and control, to the next level, at Lovense!Want to support the podcast and be involved with the behind-the-scenes, including voting on episode topics, as well as tiptoe with me into this whole "coaching" thing?Find me at  https://www.patreon.com/krystinekelloggIf you would like to see "a little more of me", as well as my torturing my subby, I'm uploading photos and videos and erotic audios to OnlyFans FREE.  Custom Personal Erotic Audios (ASMR/JOI/GFE/FemDOM) can be ordered here as well. 10% off your (custom) order when you subscribe to my OnlyFans.Fan me up at OnlyFans/KrystineKellogg!Check out Control! (It's a psuedo-autobiographical storyline podcast that we produce)Also, If you enjoy Erotic Audios, this is another podcast of mine that showcases the audio that I produce when I'm not recording this podcast!   Apple    Spotify      iHeartCheck out my (beta version)MERCH!!!LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/KrystineKelloggMY YOUTUBE CHANNELKrystineKellogg@gmail.comKrystine's Phone/Text  (USA)   651-800-1153Theme Music by Wes @ https://www.fiverr.com/share/YokLQN (Thank you Wes!!!)If you are interested in or curious about Pegging, Strapon Anal Sex, Fucking, Cock Cages, Chastity, Crossdressing, Power Exchange, Domme, Dominant Wife, Sub, Submissive husband, Happy Relationships, Communication, and/or Honesty then I hope you enjoy Krystine's FLR Podcast!Support the show

L1veL1fe100
2020 Seasons Fucking Over

L1veL1fe100

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 0:41


We got to look past that now --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/l1vel1fe100/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/l1vel1fe100/support

Gore Girls
Alien - It's Fucking Alien

Gore Girls

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 137:45


IT'S FRIDAY! We are talking about the one and mother fucking only, ALIEN! If you like space, leathery bondage alien dudes, and Sigourney Weaver, well then my friend this is the film for you! Grab your space suits and flame throwers and lets explore!

Bitch Is Better
Be Fucking For Real

Bitch Is Better

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 35:25


This week I'm solo and I'm on one! I discuss the absolute foolishness on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the wild accusations that were being thrown around on Married to Medicine, my campaign to ban 3 and 4 part reunions, housewives and their delusions of grandeur, and much more!Follow me on InstagramFollow me on Twitter Support the show and get bonus content by becoming a member of the Bad Bitch Club on Patreon!

Your Time Starts Now: A Taskmaster Podcast
Series 6, Episode 2 - Chinese Fire Spice

Your Time Starts Now: A Taskmaster Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 78:28


Fucking...loads of dangerous shit!

Sex and the Sydnee
Cheaters Cheat

Sex and the Sydnee

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 38:55


Have you ever been cheated on or been tempted to cheat? From sliding into DMs, to location tracking your significant other, Sydnee lays down her non-negotiable relationship laws and unpacks her juiciest encounters with all things cheating. Follow Sydnee on Instagram and TikTok: @sydnee_paige and @sydneeinthesheets. Check out her official website sydneeinthesheets.comNew episodes come out every Thursday.Sydenee in the Sheets is available now on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify or wherever you listen. You can listen ad-free by subscribing to Wondery Plus in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery app. https://wondery.app.link/SydneeInTheSheetsSupport us by supporting our sponsors!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Mistress Mia's Dungeon
FETISH LIST - ALMOST FUCKING DONE!

Mistress Mia's Dungeon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 28:29


John's back yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mistress-mia8/support

Goddess Sweet Pea's Tarot & Stuff
Left contact fucking up again

Goddess Sweet Pea's Tarot & Stuff

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 2:44


Left contact fucking up again

Reaching The Climax
Episode 74: Fucking Wash Your Sex Toys Y'all

Reaching The Climax

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 49:36


Today Claire teaches us some sex ed and we discuss first times, the Mormons and teen pregnancy. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

jUSt Brown & Lap
Stop being fucking WEIRD!!!!!

jUSt Brown & Lap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 27:56


Weirdooo

L1veL1fe100
You Are The Fucking Lakers

L1veL1fe100

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 0:52


Let's start acting like it --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/l1vel1fe100/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/l1vel1fe100/support

Krystine's FLR Podcast
EP: 0249- Female Led Relationships - Cuckold in an FLR

Krystine's FLR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 33:01


Be sure to visit my affiliates to support this podcast!LockedInLust.com  has offered you, the amazing listener, 20% off PLUS a couple free digital downloads along your purchase at LockedInLust.com using PROMO CODE; FLRPODCAST (all caps, all one word). I'm familiar with this site and the products and services that it provides. I feel that you, my valued listener will find something useful on this site. There are free resources  also available, so there is no reason to not check it out!Erotic Hypnosis for Women  is a space for a woman to surrender to her mind for a personal, sophisticated experience in Hypnosis, Fetish Roleplay, Brainwashing, Conditioning, and Erotica Audios. It's also a site where I take requests for custom audios, exclusively for women. Find me there for your personal audios.Lovense brings sex tech to every bedroom. Their wide selection of sex toys can be controlled via Bluetooth, and even at long distances through their app. Find out how to take your experiences, and control, to the next level, at Lovense!Want to support the podcast and be involved with the behind-the-scenes, including voting on episode topics, as well as tiptoe with me into this whole "coaching" thing?Find me at  https://www.patreon.com/krystinekelloggIf you would like to see "a little more of me", as well as my torturing my subby, I'm uploading photos and videos and erotic audios to OnlyFans FREE.  Custom Personal Erotic Audios (ASMR/JOI/GFE/FemDOM) can be ordered here as well. 10% off your (custom) order when you subscribe to my OnlyFans.Fan me up at OnlyFans/KrystineKellogg!Check out Control! (It's a psuedo-autobiographical storyline podcast that we produce)Also, If you enjoy Erotic Audios, this is another podcast of mine that showcases the audio that I produce when I'm not recording this podcast!   Apple    Spotify      iHeartCheck out my (beta version)MERCH!!!LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/KrystineKelloggMY YOUTUBE CHANNELKrystineKellogg@gmail.comKrystine's Phone/Text  (USA)   651-800-1153Theme Music by Wes @ https://www.fiverr.com/share/YokLQN (Thank you Wes!!!)If you are interested in or curious about Pegging, Strapon Anal Sex, Fucking, Cock Cages, Chastity, Crossdressing, Power Exchange, Domme, Dominant Wife, Sub, Submissive husband, Happy Relationships, Communication, and/or Honesty then I hope you enjoy Krystine's FLR Podcast!Support the show

Head Over Heels Show: Relationship Podcast
100 Episode! Successfully Completing Our 69 Day Fucking Intimacy Challenge!

Head Over Heels Show: Relationship Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:13


Wow 100th Episode! Thank you all so much for sticking with us. We hope we gave you value and helped make your relationship that much better. After a few weeks of celebrating and partying birthdays and Anniversary milestones. Nina & I successfully completed our "69 Day Fucking Intimacy Challenge" It was a fun ride. A little challenging at times. But what a difference it did to our relationship. We hope that you give it a try. Even if its for only 30 days. You will see that you will feel better, It will bring you closer together, It will even boost your sex drive even more, It will relieve stress and anxiety, You will flirt more, you will sleep better,  And you will sex better. lol Join us live on Tik Tok  Roger & Nina Tuesday Sept 20 th Mid day and in the evening at about 9 pm. Where we will be discussing the challenge and other fun stuff. Our Links Headoverheelsshow.com Insta @headoverheelsshow Insta Nina @NinaKako  Roger @roger_guertin Facebook @headoverheelsshow TikTok @tdot_fam You Tube @tdot_fam Email  us@hohshow.com

My Hijacked American Lie-fe Part 2
Tessa, Just Commit Suicide You dumb, Fat, Stupid, Retarded Fucking Cunt...

My Hijacked American Lie-fe Part 2

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 3:29


Not sure what's on this one. I love the title though.

Tutto Balutto
654. De japanska gråtdukarna

Tutto Balutto

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022


Bayern Münchens nyttiga torsk! Breda, tunga Djurgården! MVG-Napoli! Pittiga Spanien Runt! Anomalin Udinese! Nya favoritdansken! Fucking hopplösa Juventus! Svaghetslösa Arsenal! Real Madrids totalt smärtfria generationsväxling! Uefas sömniga antirasism! Inlägget 654. De japanska gråtdukarna dök först upp på Tutto Balutto.

The Release Society Podcast
EP 15: From Zero to Hero w/ Shawn Alff

The Release Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 86:28


Of all the questions that fill my DMs, this one has been the most recent, "How do ordinary guys get into porn?". Consider this episode to be the best answer I can offer thus far! In this episode we have Shawn Alff, Bellesa's "Zero to Hero" male talent, answer this very complex question. Shawn shares how he found himself, just a regular dude, in porn. It all started with his writing career on feature dancers, leading into writing for big adult stars, to cleaning cum post scene (whats a diversion), to playing last minute cucks, to FUCKING big names like Brandi Love, Kenna James, and Kenzie Anne for Bellesa. So take notes and listen close. For more of Shawn Alff: ShawnAlff.com More of the Podcast and Sarah Taylor: The Release Society Podcast Instagram More of Sarah Dot Taylor

Spit Sessions
Eighty-sixth Episode - Black Kenny Loggins, Queen's Dead, Fucking Cousins, and Ethnic Mermaids

Spit Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 66:43


We pop out of hiatus to talk about people fucking their cousins on purpose, Kevin Bacon turning invisible, how fine and talented Sheryl Lee Roberts is, and how horny Christopher Columbus was. Intro/Outro: https://soundcloud.com/denzelcurryph/sanjuro-feat-454

The Zeitgeist
CrassKitty - Degenerate Ape Academy Co-Founder

The Zeitgeist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 25:21


Degenerate Ape Academy made history as the first major project to kickoff the Solana NFT phenomenon. Co-founder and head of product, CrassKitty joins Brian Friel to talk eggs, The Hatchening, and what to expect next in The Degeniverse. Show Notes:01:01 - Origin Story                     04:45 - Why she changed her mind of crypto06:27 - What is special about DAA?       08:12 - The early days at DAA            10:51 - Future of NFTs                   11:52 - Projects DAA been working on     15:31 - Bridging the digital and physical world19:53 - Advice to new projects / Challenges in the space21:52 - The vision for the future of DAA 22:46 - A builder that she admires       24:09 - Info / Contact            Full Transcript:     Brian: (00:05)Hey, everyone, and welcome to the Zeitgeist, the show where we highlight the founders, developers, and designers who are pushing the web 3.0 Space forward. I'm Brian Friel, developer of relations at Phantom, and I'm super excited to introduce our guest today, Crass Kitty. Crass Kitty is the co-founder and head of product at Degenerate Ape Academy, one of the earliest and most well-known NFT collections on Solana. Crass Kitty, welcome to the show.Crass Kitty: (00:28)Hello, Brian. Nice to see you again. I hope you're doing well.Brian: (00:32)Likewise. Great to see you too. For those who don't know, Crass Kitty graced us with her presence at our Solana Summer Camp Hackathon in San Francisco. We'll be posting some of the workshops that she did to YouTube, but it's great to see you again. I'm really excited about this episode. For those of you who were around Solana last year in August 2021, Degen Ape Academy I think really kicked off the whole Solana NFT boom that we all know and love today. You guys have a ton of interesting projects in the works today as well, but before we dive into all that, it would be really great to learn a little bit about you. Who are you and how did you get started with Degenerate Ape Academy?Crass Kitty: (01:07)Man, who am I? I'm a product nerd who loves the color pink. You guys can't see me, but Brian can, and my office is mostly pink, including my headphones. Other than that, I jived a little bit into product after that with a company called Bebo, which was later acquired by Twitch to become Twitch rivals, using their machine learning to detect if you make kills on-screen. And from there, I worked at FetLife and later at NEAR Protocol, which is where I got my first venture into crypto.Crass Kitty: (01:35)I actually thought crypto was totally a scam. When I first was joining NEAR, I was like, "This is a scam. There's no way. This has to be a scam." And I was one of the first 10 team members at NEAR and towards two weeks into my contract, there was this pivotal moment and I realized that like, "Oh, shit. It's not a scam." Sorry. Am I allowed to curse on this podcast?Brian: (01:55)You are. Don't hold back. You're good.Crass Kitty: (01:57)Okay, cool. Good. Thank goodness. I am Crass Kitty after all. For those that don't know, crass means inappropriate, uncouth, likely to curse. Anyways, yeah. I worked at NEAR, launched an NFT marketplace called Pluminite, which was the first open-source NFT marketplace on NEAR. And when I left NEAR, I took a little hiatus, then started looking for my next role. And I knew I wanted to be in crypto. I had found a really deep passion here for product work in crypto and so I reached out to Solana. Got an interview with Stephen Hess who was head of product at Solana at the time and things were going great. Great interviews. And then I took a vacation and he took a vacation and three months rolled by and I was like, "All right. This has been a while."Crass Kitty: (02:43)So, I hit him up and I was like, "Yo, Stephen, what's up here?" And he was like, "We're taking a while because it looks like I'm going to be starting this thing called Metaplex." And I was like, "Oh, cool. Sick." And he's like, "Yeah, but there's these guys who need you." And I was like, "Oh." And he's like, "Yeah, they're called Degenerate Ape Academy." And I was like, "All right. Sounds fun. Can you tell me more? Is there a salary? Is there insurance?" He's like, "Nah, there's none of that." And I'm like, "Risky. I'm into it. Let's go." And so I get on a call with Monoliff. Monoliff and I have one call before I joined as a co-founder and a team member and head of product.Crass Kitty: (03:13)On this call, he's talking to me about all this. And I'm just like, "This sounds like the riskiest thing I've ever heard of." He's like, "Yeah, we basically just minted out on our second mint because we messed up our first mint" and I'm thinking to myself, "Okay, that's scary." And then he's like, "And I promised him this 3D academy" and I'm like, "That sounds cool." And he is like, "But also we made duplicates in the NFT collection." I'm like, "That does not sound as cool." And he's like, "So, we have to create lore and tell them that they get to earn extra perks for having these duplicates." And I'm like, "Okay, I like the story spinning." Anyways, this call is very enlightening for me.Crass Kitty: (03:45)I think a more sane person probably would've walked away at that point but, like I said, I'm not risk-averse and maybe a little bit less sane than other people. And I was like, "Yeah, sure. This sounds fun. Why not?" And so I joined and I don't think fun is the right word to describe my job. I think it is organized chaos in the best possible way and as somebody who has always described themselves as somebody who sits in the eye of a hurricane and coordinates it, it works really well for me. Product managers typically herd cats. I herd apes. It goes well-ish or as well as I can expect. So, that is me. That's how I got here, and yeah. That's my story.Brian: (04:20)I love that line, herding apes instead of cats. There's a lot of really cool stuff we can dive into with DAA but maybe before we get into all that, you have a really interesting journey. You hit on starting as a Twitch partner, getting into everything at Twitch and the gaming side of things, and then being really early to building NFT marketplaces, but you did mention at one point you thought crypto was a scam. What changed your mind on all that? And it seems like you pretty early gravitated to NFTs, maybe before a lot of the mainstream did. Was that related to you changing your mind on why crypto's a scam?Crass Kitty: (04:51)I've talked about this in other interviews. So, before I was a Twitch partner, I was actually a stripper and a cam girl. This is full disclosure here. And one of the biggest struggles that I've seen in that industry is that Visa and MasterCard limit who can get paid. They just say, "You can't get paid if you're a sex worker." Basically, if you get paid in PayPal and somebody charges back and says it was for camgirling, PayPal will freeze all your accounts and freeze your whole assets. So, I know that's 18-plus, but my moment for knowing it wasn't a scam was when I was talking to engineers at NEAR about what censorship-resistant payments meant and realizing that it meant that creators like adult content creators but also Twitch partners, anybody who is a creator in the creator ecosystem, would be able to get paid safely, ethically, and also without limitation.Crass Kitty: (05:37)And that blew my mind. It was just like, "Wait a minute. There's a solution to this problem that I've known about for literally a decade? What?" And so, that was really phenomenal to me. That's like ... I don't know, very near and dear to my heart. It's like the reason I joined crypto. It also feels like it ties the beginning of my origin story to the end or to the point where I'm reaching the hero arc, and that feels cool.Brian: (05:58)That's awesome. Yeah. That's a really unique perspective on the space. Diving now into NFTs, you started your own marketplace, I presume on NEAR. Then, you get involved with DAA at a time when they're trying to carve their own path. They're one of the first major NFT collections on Solana. Everyone's figuring this out. I think at this time Metaplex maybe was just getting started.Crass Kitty: (06:19)Oh yeah, barely.Brian: (06:20)You mentioned Steven Hess who's now the CEO of Metaplex, but at the time he was at Solana. So, in your own words, what is Degenerate Ape Academy? What makes you guys unique in the NFT space?Crass Kitty: (06:33)If you go to our website, it says our mission is simple and that is to fuck shit up. Put 10,000 degenerates on this planet and let them fuck shit up. And I wish I could say as a product nerd, that was not the case internally as well, but it's totally the case internally. Constantly as a product nerd, as a product person, it's my job to organize all the chaos. Probably some of the hardest organizational work I've ever worked on in terms of making sure that we've literally scoped out, probably, I don't know, eight different theories since we released the eggs in January of what we were going to do next. And we'll be in the middle of building it or in the middle of scoping it, and then a wrecking ball comes through that is in the form of a team member, and it'll be like, "Okay, this is cool. But what if we did like this?"Crass Kitty: (07:17)So, lots of fucking shit up basically. Degenerate apes though, as a culture, as a brand, as a project, as a company, I think ultimately, we're a place for those that maybe have always been a little bit on the edge of life. Maybe you are a cool person who gets along with everybody but have a more degenerate side. I think we're a home for everybody who identifies with that. And I think that's something that is a testament to our success is the fact that we not only are a home to that, but we lean into it.Crass Kitty: (07:45)I worked at FetLife. For those that know what that is, you don't have to dox yourself, but it's kinky Facebook basically. It's BDSM Facebook. I am a degenerate at heart and being able to work on a project that leans into, owns, and accepts their own degeneracies has just been an absolute delight.Brian: (08:00)So, what was it like in those early days when you guys were just getting started? There was basically no tools out there for NFT creators like yourselves. Like I said earlier, you guys were pioneers in this space. For those who weren't there in August 2021, walk us through those early days, what you guys had to get through.Crass Kitty: (08:18)So, we had just minted our second mint successfully-ish, but the first mint was kind of a mess up. Some apes snuck through, as we say, and those became the exiled apes. So, we basically in those early days were trying to figure it out internally while also trying to make sure externally that a story was always told. So, Monoliff was really good at spinning lore and spinning our mistakes into lore. So, in those early days, I would say our work from the product perspective was very reactive. So, it was like, "Okay, we have exiles. Now we have to create a dow so that they can vote on what to do with these exiles. Do we let them in the collection? Do we not? Let's put that into a decentralized autonomous organization organization." Which is the DAOO if you don't know. Organization organization twice is a personal enjoyment of mine that we wrote in a product requirement document.Crass Kitty: (09:04)Anyways, that was a thing. And then figuring out what to do with twins, because we had duplicated some of these apes in this 10002nd collection. And so how do we make those twins more valuable while also making sure that people don't feel like they got gypped because they got the same ape as somebody else? We pulled that off, but like I said, a lot of it was very reactionary work. I would say, as a company, as a product team, we are now very proactive, which has been an interesting shift.Crass Kitty: (09:31)If you've ever worked at a startup and gone from being reactionary to proactive, there's usually a rough patch there where you're trying to figure out, "Well, what do I not react to and what do I be proactive for?" We did have that rough patch. It's like we're in a horse race and the horse that was in the middle front was slowing down a little bit and then found a new burst of energy and rushed to the front. That's literally where I feel like right now as a product cycle. We're at this point where we're literally shipping things every couple of days right now internally for testing, things are coming along really quickly.Crass Kitty: (10:01)We've figured out our marketing strategy. There's something called love bombing that I don't even know if I'm supposed to talk about, but we're doing this where we give these teasers, give these moments, give these loving attention moments to our community, and then leave them with a little bit of chaos and wondering, "Why don't they love me now?" And so, we've identified this as our strategy and that's working for us. Moving forward with this proactive approach, it means that as we build products, I now actually get to share screenshots or progress pieces, and instead of delivering this perfect thing as a reaction to something that we fucked up before. Does that make sense?Brian: (10:35)Yeah. No. I'd love to dive into a lot of that now, too. I think we covered the early days, the wild west of the NFT space, but let's bring it forward to today. How do you see the current state of NFTs broadly? What's in the future for NFTs? And then, what are you excited about both maybe across the ecosystem and specifically with DAA and some of these upcoming product releases that you guys are working on?Crass Kitty: (10:57)Well, we are in a bear market. I think we can all acknowledge we're in probably one of the worst bear markets to be in because previous bear markets have existed, but there weren't a ton of builders at that time and so there weren't a ton of consumers of products that were being built. So, the disappointment for a bear market before, while big, was also not I think as widely spread on Twitter and social media and people you talk to in real life if you're lucky enough to know people in real life who know about crypto. So, now I think the reason I say it's one of the worst bear markets is not just the financial implication, but also the social implication.Crass Kitty: (11:29)We're in this really interesting period where people are aware of what's going on and they're aware of crypto and they're aware of NFTs and there's so many builders in the space and a lot of people are feeling scared and worried about the state of the world and also the state of the crypto market. And I think that's fair. Yeah. I think that's the current state of the market.Brian: (11:49)And then, I guess diving a little bit into DAA and some of the guys you were building throughout this bear, can you shed a little bit of light on some of those projects, what you guys have been up to?Crass Kitty: (11:58)Yeah. So, I mean, like I said, because it is a bear, pay attention to the builders in this space, pay attention to the people who are still here in five months, six months, a year. Those are the people who are building sustainable products and that's what we've really focused on. I think previously our methodology for income was based on royalties and secondary sales. That is not a sustainable method of income for a business at any point, including a bear market, and so we've recently done these crate auctions, which had been really fun to work on. Full disclosure, I think we had three, maybe two and a half weeks lead-up to the first auction on product and development life cycle including design. That was fun. But we pulled it off and we actually pulled it off with no bugs so I'm pretty stoked about that. Go Veritas and Dev Lock. My developer is really proud of them there.Crass Kitty: (12:43)But that being said, we've done these crate auctions, which are these one-of-one auctions for these crates that hold our eggs. And I mentioned the eggs previously as these things that the twins got to get when they bred in the bathroom. Long story. Anyways, eggs have been a thing that people have been waiting for us to hatch so we're releasing these eggs inside of crates that are more elite eggs is the way I would describe them. They're even better eggs than the other eggs, and the other eggs have tiers anyways. There's regular eggs and inbred eggs, which inbred eggs are for twins if you didn't catch that. But anyways, my point being, all of this is leading up, these auctions, these eggs, these crates. By the time this podcast is released, we'll be really close to the Hatchening, which is very exciting. It's so exciting. I'm so excited.Crass Kitty: (13:30)I mean, we've basically just been building, finding other revenue streams, and also working really hard on, like I said, being proactive in the bear versus reactive to the state of the market or our own mistakes in the past.Brian: (13:41)That's really cool. I love the creativity there of trying to spin things and keep users engaged. For an end user who maybe owns a Degen Ape, maybe they were lucky or unlucky enough to get one of these duplicates, maybe they have an egg, what can they expect from this? Will they be having to interact with these kind of things? How should they be thinking about some of these hints that you're dropping so far?Crass Kitty: (14:03)So, twins have a higher floor price than our non-twins, which is kind of wild. Because like I said, they're duplicate NFTs, which is really funny from a product perspective, but I own a twin and I bred my twin and I got an inbred egg from that twin. And so twins got free eggs. They didn't have to pay anything to get an egg and they got a guaranteed egg. If you entered your twin into the bathroom stall, you got an egg. Congratulations. And you got a guaranteed inbred egg, which inbred eggs I believe ... I need to double check the price, but I believe inbred eggs are actually much higher than regular eggs. I want to say the floor for them is around 200 SOL and a regular egg is like 69 last I checked. Going to double-check that in my numbers really fast.Crass Kitty: (14:42)So, these eggs are going to hatch and on the Hatchening, as I said, which is a much more dark and sinister way of saying what's happening. Basically, inbred eggs have 175 floor and regular eggs have a 66 floor, but inbred eggs are going to have very different attributes than regular eggs when they hatch. Also, this is still in discussion, but I'm hoping it's going to lean towards what I say. We are actively discussing and I'm currently pushing for the idea that you can choose if you hatch your egg or not. So, it doesn't mean it's mandatory. I'm working towards this. No promises. If this gets uploaded and I'm wrong later on, don't quote me on it. You never heard this.Brian: (15:22)Love that. And so, are all of these experiences going to be things that live within the Degen Ape website? I see you guys have also been doing a lot of I guess in-real-life marketing pushes as well. How do you see blending maybe the physical world with what's digital so far? Where have you guys been focusing your efforts there?Crass Kitty: (15:40)Yeah. So, we have something coming out called homeroom and it'll be coming out a couple of days after this podcast does if everything goes according to plan. Nothing ever goes according to plan, so again, don't quote me on that, but homeroom is going to be your hub or your central place for your degenerate NFTs. That includes the eggs, what they hatch into, the apes, and the trash pandas. So, you'll be able to go into this homeroom experience and you're going to be able to do a lot of things that are coming soon. Namely, gold stars are going to be our new economy. They're not related to any real-life value. There's no US dollar that is equated to them. They're an inflationary asset. We don't believe in tying them to US dollars at all. But these gold stars are basically these really cool things that we're going to use to gamify our universe.Crass Kitty: (16:27)They're SFTS. They stack in your wallet. You get them in three different ways basically. Number one is roll call, which is where we check if your NFTs are listed. If they're not listed at random points in the year, we don't give you any warning, we don't tell you it's coming, it's just like, "Boom. We did a snapshot." If you're not listed at that point, randomly, we will award you gold stars that you can claim. If you don't want to claim them and you sell your NFT later, they go with the NFT as you sell them. Think Ape coin or Trash panda's rain token. It's kind of like that.Crass Kitty: (16:59)The second way you can earn gold stars is through homework. Homework is the idea of you pay attention and you get to earn things. So, if you see our Twitter and we maybe hinted the fact that homework is active somewhere in one of our comic book strips on our website that are coming and we tweet out the pizza emoji and a comic book gif, you may go look for a piece of pizza in the comic book on our website, click that pizza and then magically there's gold stars that are awarded to you for you finding that Easter egg.Crass Kitty: (17:30)These are active Easter egg hunts that we're putting all over our site and we're tweeting out, discording, and sharing information about stealthily. These are for people who pay attention and do their homework. And the last one answers your question of how we see physical and digital world interacting. It won't be coming for a while until after homeroom launches, but it will be hinted at in homeroom. Field trips. What's a field trip? I just saw your face light up there.Brian: (17:52)Yeah. I love the leaning into the mic for the name drops there.Crass Kitty: (17:55)Yeah. So, field trips are, if you've heard of Cupcake Protocol, it is the idea of NFTs being attached to NFC technology, which means you can tap your phone to it. Not scanning it with your camera, but literally tap the physical phone to a sticker or a card, and you can claim gold stars by tapping your phone to these digital scavenger hunts. Think Pokemon Go mixed with geocaching.Brian: (18:19)Yeah.Crass Kitty: (18:20)But for the Degenaverse.Brian: (18:21)That's super cool. I've always wondered who's going to make the first Pokemon Go experience in NFT Land. That totally took over San Francisco where I am for a couple of weeks. Super, super fun experience, so I'm really glad that you guys are thinking along those lines.Crass Kitty: (18:34)The really cool part about field trips is, if you have a friend who doesn't have a Degenaverse NFT, but you want to take them on a field trip, they are also able to claim gold stars. So, you do not have to have one of our NFTs to claim them on these field trip encounters. I'm really excited to be working on this and building this and able to show this to you guys soon. It's going to be probably a little bit after homeroom releases. I want to say between two to three months after the initial rollout of homeroom, we'll have field trips ready. This is the biggest alpha that I think I've released ever, and a preliminary call or anything, so I think I might get killed over this, so don't quote me on anything that changes.Brian: (19:09)I love it. The alpha here on the Zeitgeist Podcast.Crass Kitty: (19:12)It's like alpha of alpha, because a lot of it hasn't been fully finished if you know what I mean or committed to. So, like I said, if things change in the meantime, know that the vision is leading towards these things, but the implementation may be different.Brian: (19:24)Totally. Yeah. Now you covered a lot there. I think it's really cool that you guys are thinking about bridging those two worlds, the physical and the digital. You guys have been around the Solana space now for over a year or about a year now. I'd say there's a lot of NFT projects that are maybe just starting up. They're trying to build a community, emulating something like you guys have. Sitting in your position now where you have this large community, you've been through the ups and downs, now you're thinking about all these really cool projects, what would you say to maybe newer projects that are trying to find their feet in the ecosystem and what are some of the unique challenges that you guys face as a more established project in the space?Crass Kitty: (20:01)If you're new to the space, find yourself a damn good tax accountant because it's hard. It's a nightmare doing taxes in an NFT project and incorporate or form an LLC as soon as you can. We did not immediately do that and we did our taxes as a joint partnership. You don't want to do your taxes as a joint partnership if you're an NFT project. Just pro tip there. So, I know that's kind of a boring answer, but logistics matter, and I think we're so caught up in crypto sometimes that we feel like, "Oh, it's all decentralized. It's all cutting-edge tech. It's all gray areas. We can avoid being logistical."Crass Kitty: (20:38)Don't avoid being logistical. Set your early foundations to be structurally sound so that you can grow in a structurally sound way. It's like if you're building a house or any product, even digital, but you have a minimum viable product, which is the bare bones of what you're going to build on top of. If you look at your company that you're forming in crypto or the NFT space at this point, think about what your bones look like as a company. So, imagine your company is a product or is a house or is whatever it is that you're used to building, and if you're an engineer, maybe that's the structure of the code and your libraries and how you're setting them up.Crass Kitty: (21:12)You got to look at your company the same way, and I think this is where I see the most projects make the mistake is that they don't look at it like a company. They look at it like a project and they don't realize that they're going to get taxed like it's a company, they're going to get affected like it's a company, and they're going to get legal implication like it's a company. So, give yourself that foundation. And that's really important. I can't stress how important that is. I know it's a boring answer, but it's the realest answer I can give.Brian: (21:36)Yeah. No. I mean, that's sage advice having been through it. From where you guys sit today, we touched on it a little bit with your guys' plans for all these great projects, but how do you envision maybe years from now? What is the essence of DAA? Is multi-chain something in your future? Do you guys envision continuing to cross the physical and the digital worlds? Basically, what is your grand vision for Degenerate Ape Academy?Crass Kitty: (22:02)We're going to keep fucking shit up. And that can be a good thing and a bad thing. Fucking shit up could also mean fucking up the status quo or fucking up the way that things are traditionally done, and I think that's exactly what we're aiming to do. We're trying to be on the cutting edge, to change things as they're changing, and to push the boundaries of what's possible.Crass Kitty: (22:17)That being said, years from now, it's impossible for me to predict what we're going to be building because the market and the conditions and the state of the ecosystem changes so rapidly. Six months ago, I would not have told you that we were doing something like field trips because Cupcake didn't exist. So, as new technology comes out, we will adapt, we will build, we will innovate on top of it, and we will always aim to be one of the first builders that you're going to see in that space doing those things.Brian: (22:41)That's super cool. I got to say that Solana space is really appreciative of you guys being trailblazers here. I know there's a lot of NFT builders who look up to you guys. Maybe from where you sit, we ask this question to all of our guests, but who is a builder that you admire in the Solana ecosystem?Crass Kitty: (22:56)So, I mentioned him earlier in this interview. I interviewed with him. Now we're really good friends. I've invited him to my wedding. Stephen Hess, CEO of Metaplex, is one of my favorite builders in this space. Having a conversation with Stephen when there's a mutual NDA in place and we can both be very transparent is incredibly invigorating. It's just talking to a fellow product nerd and being able to talk to somebody who thinks so expansively about what we're building, what we're all building, and someone who believes in open source technology the way that he does and providing solutions to builders the way that he does.Crass Kitty: (23:30)Every conversation I have with Stephen has me walking away with a giant smile on my face and an energy that usually keeps me up until about 4:00 AM writing product documents. So, if you ever get a chance to talk to Stephen at an event or anything, he's a very friendly dude. He's like seven feet tall or something. He's a giant. Looks scarier than he is in the sense that he's very tall. If you're short, it's kind of intimidating, but he is the gentle most wonderful, also very intelligent person I've ever encountered in this space, and just a delight.Brian: (23:58)That's really cool to hear. That's Stephen Hess, former head of product at Solana Labs, now CEO of Metaplex, which is basically the metadata company for all tokens on Solana. Crass kitty, this has been awesome. Really appreciate you taking the time sharing with us your vision, where things are going for DAA. Where can people go to learn more about all these crazy projects that you guys are up to?Crass Kitty: (24:19)Yeah. You can go to DegenApe.academy is our website. That's where homeroom will be deploying. You can go to our Twitter, which is twitter.com/i think it's Degen Ape Academy as well. Or discord, you can join that from our website. I mean, not to plug, but you can totally follow Crass Kitty on Twitter, Crass Kitty everywhere really. I've claimed stake to that name. My DMs are always open for a reason, and that is that if anybody ever has any questions about anything that I'm building or things that they're building and need help, if I have time, if I have bandwidth, I will absolutely give it, and if you just want to be onboarded in any general sense of the word to anything Solana or crypto, I do that passionately and also, as often as I can.Brian: (24:57)I love to hear it. Yeah. That's definitely been the spirit that I've seen from everyone thus far on Solana. Really appreciate you continuing to carry the torch there. Well, Crass Kitty, this has been really great. Thank you so much for coming on the show. We'll have to have you back out in San Francisco again for another branding workshop soon.Crass Kitty: (25:12)Looking forward to it. Thank you so much, Brian. Thank you for this.Brian: (25:14)Take care.

PantyNectar Podcast
PN33. Live fucking with creampie finish. Enjoy (:

PantyNectar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 4:30


Hi friends! This podcast is a live recording of me having sex and getting creampied. It's super hot

Modern Exhibits: A Sketch Comedy Podcast
REPORT: A Genie Thought My Grocery List Was My Wish List and Now I'm Stuck With All This Fucking Milk

Modern Exhibits: A Sketch Comedy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 7:16


A genie fucks up my life. Written and performed by Bo Segrest Special thanks to Dylan Smith for being a great editor and a funny lunk.

Bajenpodden
PROGRAM 449 "Hatten fucking av"

Bajenpodden

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 162:54


Vi surrar derby och snackar upp Häcken Away BillyJanisJohnny Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/bajenpodden. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Have Some Shame Podcast
Don't touch my fucking friend!

Have Some Shame Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 70:25


In this episode, Vicky and Yesenia discuss loss and grief. Come cope with us!

Motivation | Health | Self Help with JV Impacts
E1336 | You Have To Fucking Move!

Motivation | Health | Self Help with JV Impacts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 9:33


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Krystine's FLR Podcast
EP: 0248 - Female Led Relationships - You DON'T need to make your man cum....

Krystine's FLR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 23:16


Yep. I said it. I may be a week late, but I have to get this off my chest, with the help of Evolving Your Man. Also, ladies, let's get together and chat! I want to form a group, or a safe space for us to share our joys and pains. Contact me for more info on that!The Article/PostBe sure to visit my affiliates to support this podcast!LockedInLust.com  has offered you, the amazing listener, 20% off PLUS a couple free digital downloads along your purchase at LockedInLust.com using PROMO CODE; FLRPODCAST (all caps, all one word). I'm familiar with this site and the products and services that it provides. I feel that you, my valued listener will find something useful on this site. There are free resources  also available, so there is no reason to not check it out!Erotic Hypnosis for Women  is a space for a woman to surrender to her mind for a personal, sophisticated experience in Hypnosis, Fetish Roleplay, Brainwashing, Conditioning, and Erotica Audios. It's also a site where I take requests for custom audios, exclusively for women. Find me there for your personal audios.Lovense brings sex tech to every bedroom. Their wide selection of sex toys can be controlled via Bluetooth, and even at long distances through their app. Find out how to take your experiences, and control, to the next level, at Lovense!Want to support the podcast and be involved with the behind-the-scenes, including voting on episode topics, as well as tiptoe with me into this whole "coaching" thing?Find me at  https://www.patreon.com/krystinekelloggIf you would like to see "a little more of me", as well as my torturing my subby, I'm uploading photos and videos and erotic audios to OnlyFans FREE.  Custom Personal Erotic Audios (ASMR/JOI/GFE/FemDOM) can be ordered here as well. 10% off your (custom) order when you subscribe to my OnlyFans.Fan me up at OnlyFans/KrystineKellogg!Check out Control! (It's a psuedo-autobiographical storyline podcast that we produce)Also, If you enjoy Erotic Audios, this is another podcast of mine that showcases the audio that I produce when I'm not recording this podcast!   Apple    Spotify      iHeartCheck out my (beta version)MERCH!!!LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/KrystineKelloggMY YOUTUBE CHANNELKrystineKellogg@gmail.comKrystine's Phone/Text  (USA)   651-800-1153Theme Music by Wes @ https://www.fiverr.com/share/YokLQN (Thank you Wes!!!)If you are interested in or curious about Pegging, Strapon Anal Sex, Fucking, Cock Cages, Chastity, Crossdressing, Power Exchange, Domme, Dominant Wife, Sub, Submissive husband, Happy Relationships, Communication, and/or Honesty then I hope you enjoy Krystine's FLR Podcast!Support the show

The Bledsoe Show
Love, Power, Attention with Mike & Max

The Bledsoe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 78:06


00:00.00 mikebledsoe Oh last too bad. Yeah, it's great. It's great. 00:00.00 Dr_ Placebo All on my end I Still don't see it look. Do you see that see the levels. There's nothing there. You think it's great that we can only hear you talking on the recording is that what you're telling me. 00:15.28 mikebledsoe Now I can we can hear you just fine. We're working on Max's audio again. Um, how's your week ben. 00:17.27 Dr_ Placebo If you say So oh. 00:28.30 Dr_ Placebo My week's been good. How about you. 00:33.35 mikebledsoe Ah, man, it's been ah, it's been a lot of lot of fun I'm I'm rereading a book right now dollars flow to me easily by Richard dots and highly recommend it to anyone who well. Wants easy transformation. So that's really the book has little to do with money has everything to do with ah creating an inner state that ah of goodness allowing that to emerge and then ah. 01:00.62 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 01:10.26 mikebledsoe Allowing the universe to deliver all your intentions and desires to your doorstep. So if if money is what you need to reach your desires then you know I find that when I find that inner peace and goodness and just sit in that. Really cool things. Emerge. 01:33.25 Dr_ Placebo Kind of reminds me with ah dog training that it's not about training the dog. It's about training the person a lot of the time and as far as creative work is concerned if you are in a. 01:42.60 mikebledsoe Um, yeah for. 01:49.42 Dr_ Placebo Ah heightened state of some kind whether that's a flow state or otherwise you're just going to do your best work right. 01:55.49 mikebledsoe Yeah, you know what? I Also find that I've never figured anything out in Business. It's never been. You know there's definitely things to Learn. There's skills to learn. You know, managing finances and budgets and. Learning how to copyright and all these things are really useful skills and it doesn't mean you need you, You should avoid learning anything but it ah for me to sit with oh I'm going to sit and think my way to a solution when I'm having a problem is rarely. 02:26.51 Dr_ Placebo What. 02:32.43 mikebledsoe Ah, how it works out I can't even think of a time where I thought my way to a solution most of the solutions that have occurred to me has just been. You know you're in the shower or something or ah, you know I'm thinking about something I go to the fridge. 02:37.25 Dr_ Placebo Um. 02:43.83 Dr_ Placebo And. 02:49.87 Dr_ Placebo Who. 02:50.15 mikebledsoe So it's um, yeah, what I like about this book is it really puts me in that place of just observing what's good and then watching these things these ideas emerge and I definitely had that experience yesterday and um. 03:03.19 Dr_ Placebo O. 03:09.23 mikebledsoe Was being interviewed by John North um of weightlifting talk and he he and I had like similar rises of notoriety in the in the weightlifting Crossfit world and like at the same time and then also had you know. 03:24.60 Dr_ Placebo Ah. 03:27.79 mikebledsoe Kind of disappeared into the ether around the same time I I ah regularly get hit up by people on Instagram or Twitter and they're like oh shit, you're still alive like yeah yeah, still hanging out still doing some stuff and we had he. He. 03:30.30 Dr_ Placebo And. 03:37.52 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, yeah. Um, funny wo who. 03:47.14 mikebledsoe He asked me he goes he goes look. We can talk about all the good stuff we could talk about the good times. But why don't you tell us about the dark moments in your career in business I was like oh boy, Oh boy I can deliver that. 04:01.74 Dr_ Placebo Um. O. 04:05.32 mikebledsoe There's some dark moments. And yeah I don't know how long the show went on for it felt like 2 hours and it was you know I think it's the most emotional I've ever been on a podcast I don't think I've ever been interviewed and gotten that emotional. 04:09.82 Dr_ Placebo Whoa. 04:14.54 Dr_ Placebo Whoo. 04:19.92 Dr_ Placebo Woo Whoa. Oh. 04:25.11 mikebledsoe And um, yeah I really just I but basically I covered the year of 2017 for me and I didn't go through the whole year in detail but I went through the the thing a lot of the stuff that you know it's a good story. So I recommend anyone go listen to that. Um. 04:45.43 mikebledsoe Ah, do weightlifting dot com and you click on the podcasts. Ah and it was.. It was so emotional and it brought up. You know? Ah, Ah, you know if I could label the emotions. It was just there were it was just ah, a constant flow so much. So like I don't think I felt my emotions that deeply for that period that extended period of time in a very long time and when I got off the show. My fiance she she went off to dinner with a friend of hers. So I go sit in the sauna afterwards and meditate and just Sawa and cold plunge and then came home and got in bed and it. It occurred to me I was like this story that this story of 2017 is there's so many lessons that I learned that I really a lot of times I share the lessons in a very straightforward way but not in. But I could be sharing it from a place of storytelling which as you know that's the best way to get a point across is if you can embed it in a story. 05:52.98 Dr_ Placebo So. 06:00.80 Dr_ Placebo We need an arc with no arc no one care. No one cares without an arc. It might be true. It might be correct, but no one cares and that's been ah that's been something that I have hardly capitalized on much. 06:03.72 mikebledsoe Yeah, so no one cares. 06:17.43 Dr_ Placebo Because I don't care about the story interestingly enough I just want the I want the bullet points I want them in the correct sequence and I want as little fluff as possible but that's just not how people work. 06:23.76 mikebledsoe I yeah. 06:34.10 mikebledsoe No yeah mean we live by narratives and archetypes and archetypes is even a narrative about a type of person and ah you know? And yeah, so in in the world of you know speakers you know. 06:35.16 Dr_ Placebo The. 06:51.61 mikebledsoe I know you know this is every great speaker has got their keynote story and speakers that have been around for a long time people who get on stage. They'll have 2 or 3 depending on the situation and I've had so many I've had like so many they. So. 06:55.80 Dr_ Placebo A good. 07:10.83 mikebledsoe Speaking Coaches Love targeting me as a client they're like okay you know you're you're good on Stage. You're good at telling stories all this but you haven't really honed in on a story that converts people into a product that you're selling or a service. Or whatever and I go Yeah, you know, ah all the greats. The people who can sell a lot. They do it through storytelling and I've tried different stories and nothing really nothing really stuck. Nothing was super powerful and. 07:48.58 mikebledsoe I'm in bed last night and I'm I'm simply in the fields of my feelings and emergency goes. Oh that's that's the story. You should tell because these guys were on the edge of their seat at the end they were blown away they were it was it was obvious it was and I had never told the story in. 07:56.13 Dr_ Placebo Are. 08:07.62 mikebledsoe That much detail before on a podcast partly because lawsuits are a part of it and ah you know while lawsuits are going on. You can't go around telling stories about it. But it's ah. 08:19.40 Dr_ Placebo Um I would check with someone who knows these things rather than your hunch. 08:23.37 mikebledsoe I Think enough time has passed I think I'm okay. 08:31.30 mikebledsoe Ah I'm pretty sure. Um, yeah, the contract said something about 3 years and it's been more than three years. So I'm not too worried about it. 08:42.63 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, it's Interesting. You mentioned that because I find I know I'm in the minority but I find ah nothing ah less genuine and more fake when I see a speaker going through this big personal story. I'm like I I want to go like I know what you're trying to do. Can you stop it. You're annoying me like I came here to learn something and if you give me this long thing about your life I'm only going to leave. Basically so I I I know I'm in the minority. Um, with with that. But I mean. 09:02.81 mikebledsoe Okay, yeah. 09:12.55 mikebledsoe You are. 09:17.76 Dr_ Placebo Really successful guys. Ah, really do like Tug the heartstrings they play they play a crowd like a fiddle and it's quite a cool skill. But if I'm in the crowd I I like start to hate that person almost and I hate that person that's too strong but it makes me. 09:30.94 mikebledsoe Yeah there. 09:36.60 Dr_ Placebo It makes me ah feel less connected to them because I know that they're not doing this to provide a service they're doing this to like puff up their character right? who. 09:48.20 mikebledsoe Right? right? Yeah I mean um I think you and I are like in that way and that might be why we avoid you know, telling that story and um. 09:54.98 Dr_ Placebo It depends on what message you're trying to convey to right? like it's possible to tell a good story without making it about yourself right? You can talk about like. 10:08.66 mikebledsoe Um, yeah. 10:12.65 Dr_ Placebo Costs and benefits and consequences and archetypes without telling a 20 minute personal story during a 30 minute lecture 10:21.35 mikebledsoe Well one of the most popular one of the most popular books on leadership a couple years ago was extreme ownership and I don't know if you read that is by Jocko willing and the entire the there's like ah a paragraph that gives the lesson embedded in. 10:28.43 Dr_ Placebo Yeah I did. 10:37.93 Dr_ Placebo These war stories. It's worst. It's war stories and I was like what what? yeah. 10:39.20 mikebledsoe this this story it's all war stories war stories with like ah like you could you could have gotten the point in like 2 pages the entire book. But it's buried in all these war stories and everyone loved it and I was like I like I was it was okay. 10:54.25 Dr_ Placebo I Find that? yeah well, what's funny is um, like I I don't like the book I think he is a really interesting character and it's the perfect example. Of who you want to lead a team of killers like but but is that who I want to emulate in my personal life as a leader and it's like I don't think so you know there are qualities that you can pick and choose and that's why it's so tricky to. 11:13.20 mikebledsoe Yes. 11:21.66 mikebledsoe Right. 11:30.89 Dr_ Placebo Pick someone to emulate consciously or subconsciously because you're only ah seeing a window into their life and you may not want their life. Um, right. 11:40.31 mikebledsoe Well in addition to that I mean you referred to dwayne the Rock Johnson in that regard before I think even on the last show but the the and I agree with the Jocko thing there was there were. 11:50.95 Dr_ Placebo That's my go to. 11:56.52 mikebledsoe There were certain things about that book and his attitude that just don't don't jive with me either and it's always been funny because people people are like oh my God It was so good I'm like well what parts are like all of it I'm like ah maybe not all of it. But some of it was Good. Um. And it because we do. We do need to be careful about who we model and. 12:21.57 Dr_ Placebo We're supposed to think that the books are good sometimes sometimes you're just supposed to think a book is good like my ah my friend was really kind. She got me a Tony Robbins book ah his newest who is his newest one life force. 12:33.64 mikebledsoe I who. 12:37.66 Dr_ Placebo Um, and before you think this is a plug This is the opposite of a plug. Whatever I'm about to do right now I was like I was it was fucking unreadable. It was so embarrassing like it was a giant infomercial of widgets that he's invested into. 12:41.84 mikebledsoe Ah me. But. 12:49.41 mikebledsoe A. 12:57.47 Dr_ Placebo Very unclear, very superficial, hardly practical, really like off the-wall shit that applies to nobody I Fucking hated it and of course I told my friend this too I told my friend this I was like that's one of the worst books about health that I think I've ever Read. It was hard to Read. It wasn't Useful. It wasn't simple. It wasn't clear but I really appreciate the gift. You know what? I mean like don't like hey I I Really appreciate that someone would buy a book for me I Think that's really nice but I don't have to like it just because. 13:25.97 mikebledsoe Ah, good effort. 13:36.43 Dr_ Placebo Um, you're supposed to like it and I think that happens quite a lot and. 13:39.62 mikebledsoe Well, you're gonna be my editor for my book. So it's gonna it's gonna have to pass the the max shank Sniff test. 13:47.69 Dr_ Placebo Ah, oh dude, ah call me the copy doced. Yeah copy doctor a doctor the copy up I'm I'm great I'm great at that sort of thing. 13:50.91 mikebledsoe The what the copy Doc Oh okay, all right, all right? Perfect Oh perfect, all right look at that look at that folks. We finally agreed to do something outside of the podcast. So. 14:04.44 Dr_ Placebo Oh perfect. 14:10.16 mikebledsoe Ah, well you brought up something interesting and because ah we are we learn through modeling but we also have anti-models and there are people that we don't want to be like and we got to be ah, equally careful of that. So. There's a number Tony Robbins would fall in this category right? Maybe maybe for you I'm the same way I've never. 14:34.73 Dr_ Placebo I Think he does some great stuff by the way I think there are people that he legitimately helps so much and I think that's fantastic and I think that book was awful. 14:42.98 mikebledsoe I agree. Yeah well I think his style overall is just not for me I don't think you're going to find max and I and a crowd of 10000 people you know psyching ourselves up. It's just not kind of not going to happen and we don't need that we're we're past that. 14:53.93 Dr_ Placebo Woo Totally right? Hey people like different things. 15:01.96 mikebledsoe And people like different things but we're not going to model Tony Robbins you're you're not going to find max or I on stage. You know, screaming at people and getting them pumped up with music and jumping around and it's just not going to happen. And we should. We should just do it just to just a fuck with people like. 15:20.32 Dr_ Placebo Cut to a year we're both on stage with headsets on. Are you guys ready to do fire breathing and then ah. 15:32.28 Dr_ Placebo I would do I would do a fake one I would I would do a fake one and just ah play a character I think that would be hilarious. 15:37.80 mikebledsoe Too bad We don't live in the same town Anymore. We can make a bunch of Spoofs about personal development programs. But ah, we got to be equally Careful. So ah, you know I don't think I shared this with you privately. But I didn't share this On. Podcast and I'll I'll share it I won't mention who this person is but I was hanging out with this person and they refused to wear a seatbelt why because they were because there's a law that says they're supposed to so they just don't want to do it and then the same person. 16:13.64 Dr_ Placebo Rebel without a cause sure. 16:15.25 mikebledsoe Ribble without a cause and the same person opens up their mail at the house opens it up. There's a picture of a license plate and saying you were speeding in the zone or whatever he rips it in half throws in the garbage can he's a god that's the thirteenth one this year and. Ah, and you know I I don't disagree I would handle that differently. But there's a lot of like really easy easy legal ways of getting out of traffic tickets that involve automatic cameras. They pretty much have. You pretty you challenge it at all and they have to drop it because nobody caught you in the act. So ah, the the point is is a lot of times people who who are the rebel without a cause they just rebelling so they they may find some. We could say some people just rebellious in nature like I'm I'm very rebellious you're rebellious I can tell you that you you don't match the status quo heartily at all and yeah, and. 17:18.57 Dr_ Placebo But only because they're really Ill like if they were healthy I would like I I don't even really want to be a rebel I Just want to get a good result. But. 17:26.76 mikebledsoe But to be. Yeah, you're selective right? And so I remember you know I'm in the car with the person and they're not wearing their seatbelt I'm like why you know why didn you put on the seatbelt like yeah, that and I go Well, you know it's it's you're following in the same trap of lack of critical thinking. 17:48.68 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 17:49.85 mikebledsoe You don't want to be like this person so you don't do anything like that person does it like ah Tony Robbins like you were saying there are some aspects of his life that should definitely be emulated. But if you go look I don't like Tony Robbins I'm not can do anything and this is a lot of people and people general. 18:00.13 Dr_ Placebo Yep. 18:07.15 Dr_ Placebo So it's the devil. 18:07.59 mikebledsoe A lot of times generalize this to say wealthy people. Oh I don't wanna be like I don't want to be like that greedy rich guy. So I'm not gonna have any money I'm like you know you can have money without being greedy right? like there's and there's collapsed distinctions in there but you gotta be careful about. 18:20.98 Dr_ Placebo Right? Yep I know Yep, it's the same ah like God and the devil ad hommonym appeal to authority thing. 18:27.37 mikebledsoe Who you're modeling and then who you're anti-modeling. 18:36.32 mikebledsoe Um, yeah, um. 18:36.94 Dr_ Placebo Over and over like if you dislike somebody personally and that causes you to ignore the lesson they have that would help you then you're an idiot you're you're overly emotional and you're conflating this personality that you don't like. Thinking that they are wrong and that's just simply not the case right? You have to be able to dislike somebody and still be able to use your logic to determine whether they're right about something or not and I've had plenty of opportunity to do this because ah, especially. In ah like the copywriting world right? like there's there's a supreme emphasis on exaggerating the truth and maybe even being like a bit of an egomaniac and so those are traits that I really dislike personally and there are even people. 19:18.11 mikebledsoe Um. 19:33.63 Dr_ Placebo That I dislike personally but I still want to take the um the idea separate from the individual. It's like ah is Bill Cosby still funny yes absolutely fucking. Hilarious 1 of the best comedians of all time and whether you think he is ah guilty of certain crimes or not should be irrelevant to the comedy. Um, and this is not a popular take by the way I'm not going to win any friends with this. Idea. Ah okay I think people like ah Bill Cosby less than hitler somehow even though it's entirely possible that the guy was completely set up which is crazy to think about you know, speaking of all that I think it's so funny. 20:08.60 mikebledsoe Um, I'm going to follow it up with a hitler one. So we'll just lose everybody. 20:21.27 mikebledsoe Yeah Trump. 20:27.20 Dr_ Placebo That we we collectively kind of watch the news and we see something or we hear something we're like whoa how did that happen and then we watch a movie and we go whoa. That's amazing. So realistic and we never think that some of those movie people would. Like create some news like if you're directing a movie. You're organizing thousands of people, computer programmers actors extras camera people and it's like you think these ah geniuses of illusion. Never fabricate some sort of reality of. 20:48.91 mikebledsoe No, ah. 21:05.31 Dr_ Placebo Of course they do is. It's very. It's very interesting. How quick we are to throw people under the bus just because ah he said she said kind of thing. 21:13.40 mikebledsoe Yeah, that's absolutely right? Yeah, the the I would say the movie. What's happening in movie theaterore and what's happening in the news is is very much alike I think there's tons of crossover there I mean it what this is. 21:28.87 Dr_ Placebo Of course, there's incentive to do So What do we? What do we know? if there is an incentive and opportunity it happens like there's enough people that if there's incentive and opportunity. It's happening. You don't have to like it. But that's what's happening. 21:36.50 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 21:44.67 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's I'm gonna go into like conspiracy theory land a bit but that but there's there's actual evidence of cia being involved in hollywood in the early stages of of Hollywood coming around. Um. 21:46.43 Dr_ Placebo Are. 21:58.48 Dr_ Placebo If if they weren't They'd be stupid to be the central stupid agency if they weren't using the fucking movies and like I mean are you kidding me like this whole. 22:00.92 mikebledsoe They yeah. 22:08.93 mikebledsoe Ah. 22:12.14 Dr_ Placebo Even the word conspiracy is used as an ad hominem attack when the word conspiracy just means that people meet up in secret everybody people meet up in secret all the fucking time That's like almost all that happens. 22:19.88 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, and um, and people have theories about them about these meetings now it and ah even before the cia I mean that's how they drummed up. 22:27.71 Dr_ Placebo No deck. 22:35.18 mikebledsoe Ah, interest or support for the war effort in World War two is they would they would show these they would they would show these hype videos like sizzle reels basically of why you should support the War effort World War Two and. 22:38.52 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 22:51.86 mikebledsoe It worked it hyped everybody up and they use movie theaters for that early on so when you look at what how that was used then and then you look at ah who if you watch the news like so Cbs is probably the worst Cbs Nbc you watching these major news networks. Almost every evening you're going to see them interviewing somebody from the cia or somebody who used to work for the cia or the Fbi or something like that these intelligence agencies have totally got these ah news agencies by the balls. 23:19.54 Dr_ Placebo A. 23:30.74 mikebledsoe Like they they basically get to weave whatever narrative and they desire and people just buy it hook line and sinker and so I bring this up because yeah, the differences between Hollywood and what's happening in the news same thing same people. Ah. 23:34.41 Dr_ Placebo Well. O. 23:47.63 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, no doubt like there's too much incentive and opportunity for that to not be going on I would say it would be foolish to not do that if one of the main goals is to control the domestic population and then. 23:50.16 mikebledsoe Same narratives. 23:56.61 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 24:07.36 Dr_ Placebo Maybe like a secondary goal is ah to defend against foreign invaders because one of them is way more likely to cause a problem actually historically speaking I mean yeah. 24:15.85 mikebledsoe 1 the and the United States that's absolutely true because get waging war on the us is difficult. There's you know two oceans between every yeah, geographically we're positioned really well. There's there's a lot of reasons. 24:25.97 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, there's a lot of reasons lot of reasons. Yeah, you got to watch out for Knida I hear their military has grown to 2000 people I don't know why I'm talking I don't know why I'm talking on Canada. 24:34.42 mikebledsoe Um. 24:38.76 mikebledsoe Sorry Canadian listeners to get fired up. 24:45.18 Dr_ Placebo Like Well what's the point there's it's like ah it's like picking on the small kid that's like hardly fair. Yeah, it's kind of funny I Guess yeah. 24:51.51 mikebledsoe Is got. It's like ah south part in South Bark and the was it Terrence and Philip did you ever watch south part. 25:02.14 Dr_ Placebo I watched ah tons of South Park I actually even caught their ah concert they did to celebrate their ah 25 year ah anniversary um, is on. It's on Youtube they showed the whole thing. It was incredible. 25:08.11 mikebledsoe Did you? Oh I thought you caught it live. 25:16.96 Dr_ Placebo Oh no, no I didn't go live but I did watch it at home. It was fantastic Man it was crazy I mean they got like ah the remaining members from rush to come play. You know they had they had like these serious rock stars like come out of retirement. 25:26.18 mikebledsoe Oh man. 25:34.67 Dr_ Placebo Just so they could play with the guys who made south park and I mean it just shows that what they've created ah goes across all these different genres of art and culture and I think those guys are absolute creative monsters. They played a ton of so it was just those guys are crazy talented crazy motivated. It was a hell of a cool thing to see ah six days to air. Great documentary. Terrific. That's how they stay so current. Meanwhile you know Simpsons. Ah. 25:59.88 mikebledsoe Well they they put the shows together in six days yeah Yeah 26:14.16 Dr_ Placebo Which also ah used to be a great show. Um, they're like six months out basically of what's going on so South Park is always crazy current on what's going on because they ah condense that creative work so much. 26:31.13 mikebledsoe Yeah, my my my favorite south part ever to this date I think I laughed harder on any other one was the ah when they covered the recession 2007 2008 and and when they chopped it. 26:42.57 Dr_ Placebo Oh that was good. So so funny. 26:46.97 mikebledsoe Head off the chicken and let it run around to figure out which who's gonna get bailed out next shit shit sent me over the fucking Moon I was I lost it ugly these people are complete geniuses is this so good. 27:01.42 Dr_ Placebo He's like trying to return a margarita v he's like well what we did is we took your Margaritaville loan and we bundled it together with a bunch of other Margaritaville loans and we traded it on the open market and then we have people betting. On the viability of the payback of those marker. It's like a fucking margarita maker but they're just going through the whole thing. Ah but through the lens of like an overpriced beverage machine is so funny. Those guys are absolute studs anyway, yeah so. 27:26.21 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 27:32.76 Dr_ Placebo Back to conspiracy theories. Ah which are really just ah I Guess it's like ah hypotheses right? It's not like it depends on. 27:42.35 mikebledsoe Right? Well here's the thing is here's the thing is I think we're conspiracy theories people with conspiracy theories get in trouble is when they believe them ah or people who hear conspiracy theory they believe it and it's as if they forget the theory part. And ah, you know there's you know who people are treating like conspiracy facts or conspiracy truth or whatever you want to call it and that's it's it's funny I get sometimes I'll meet somebody who's way into that I'm like like.. What do you believe? I'm like dude I have a hard time believing my own thoughts most of the time let alone some really complicated explanation of how we got this result and somehow you've connected all these dots. 28:27.26 Dr_ Placebo A. 28:34.74 mikebledsoe That are this infinite amount of information and go I know who the bad actorress I'm like oh I don't fucking know but I I do know who to avoid though. 28:41.80 Dr_ Placebo You know what? I think about all this I think that well when when I think about this sort of thing because I I try to use the scientific method which is not ah science tm it's the scientific method. Which is ah see guess test and record right? And if you're really being scientific about things. It really means you're using the scientific method and one of my favorite examples of abandoning the scientific method. Is by people who are atheists. This is a very very funny thing to me because in order to be an atheist the definition of an atheist. Is you believe there is no god certainly but what's funny is that is so far. Equally unproven as the fact is there are 1 or more gods now once again, it depends on your definition of god if you say god is something you believe without proof then there are ah you know certain gods available. Some people could say that money fiat money. Which is faith money is a type of god based on your semantic definition. But what's funny to me is that atheism is a religion of there is definitely no god meaning it is having faith that there is 0 gods. 30:16.86 Dr_ Placebo And religion is a faith based on. There is 1 or more gods. But if you are truly scientific about it. They are both equally invalid because the burden of proof should be on the one who's trying to prove it. So to me atheism is the absolute funniest religion because it's just based on elitism of I'm too smart to believe in 1 or more gods. But I'm also but that's what I'm saying. It's ah it's a cult. 30:41.50 mikebledsoe Well I think a lot of people just that they claim it because they don't want to appear stupid. Yeah. 30:50.28 Dr_ Placebo Of I'm smart. It has no bearing on science whatsoever agnostic is perfectly reasonable but atheism is ah like super unscientific right? So just because no one has proven. There is 1 or more gods doesn't. 31:02.36 mikebledsoe Yeah. 31:09.83 Dr_ Placebo Mean that there is definitely no gods. So it's ah it's like the funniest tribalistic religion that claims to be scientific, but their proof that there is no god is just as scientific as the proof that there is 1 or more which is zilch. If we're talking about the scientific method and that's what's so funny to me. So it's that my favorite example is that atheism is a religion also with no proof and so like like it's it's great. 31:43.30 mikebledsoe Yeah, there's I think there's a ah Terrence Mckenna quote and he he says something. Ah I'm not gonna quote it exactly but basically take a a scientific based sciencebased atheist and. 31:44.77 Dr_ Placebo You. Oh. 32:00.98 mikebledsoe To explain how the world started and it's like look you just give me 1 single miracle and I can explain everything else and it's like oh yeah, so you kind of stuck there. 32:07.90 Dr_ Placebo Right. 32:15.95 Dr_ Placebo Ah, totally even the name is very funny. The big bang that it's like the least scientific ah label I've ever heard. There was a it. It sounds like a a fucking ah ah, primitive tribe. 32:21.47 mikebledsoe Yeah, it's um. 32:33.90 Dr_ Placebo Trying to explain lightning or the sun. First there was a big boom and then there was fire. 32:34.12 mikebledsoe Well. 32:41.51 mikebledsoe Um, as you're you're so spot on so well we got this new telescope out there supposedly I don't know what to believe anymore. Um, probably cgi. Well you you know about the new telescope they put out there that makes the hubble. It's like 20 32:49.88 Dr_ Placebo I Think telescopes are awesome I Well I I I totally telescopes are cool telescopes and microscopes are. 32:58.47 mikebledsoe I Forget how many more times more powerful than the hubble it is but. 33:06.81 Dr_ Placebo Incredibly cool. 33:08.71 mikebledsoe So cool. So um I guess that all these scientists are questioning themselves now they these astrolog astronomers now astrologists astronomers. Um. 33:19.35 Dr_ Placebo K five. 33:25.48 mikebledsoe They're questioning everything because they're looking out there and going oh is the universe contracting and they're doing their job. So but here's. 33:31.70 Dr_ Placebo Wait They're questioning everything. Do you mean? they're doing science. 33:43.50 mikebledsoe I Mean we've already talked about this the scientific community at large is primarily filled with institutional thinking you know and ah yeah, so like I think some of these scientists are having you know existential crises at this moment is what it sounds like. 33:45.82 Dr_ Placebo Um, ah so it's a it's a little religion. It's a little religion. Yeah. 34:01.84 mikebledsoe Because the the new findings put the big bang in question and now they're going. Well we got to find an answer and it's interesting how we as humans. It's like we need to have some type of ah there's this desire to to ah Certainty. It's like if you. If you're an atheist or you're a Christian or you're a muslim or whatever it is. There's a level of certainty that's being clung to and that creates ah safety. So if I can come in the room and I can create certainty in the room then people feel safe and they. Their nervous system calms down and. 34:42.51 Dr_ Placebo That's why people make bomb shelters and and hide away bunkers. It's because there's a natural tendency to expand your sphere of control and um. So that that is a hunger that can never be totally filled because you're always going to find some new thing further as you project into the future. So. The only path is some acceptance right? But if you're a hardcore control freak and you must know and you must have certainty. Then there's no end to the certainty because then you'll be like okay, what about 10 years from now. Okay, what about 15 years from now. Okay, what about 50 years from now. Okay, what about my great-great-grandchildren how do I make sure that they survive to be 1000 years old and. 35:31.58 mikebledsoe Yeah, well, it's interesting. You bring that up the so we think about certainty and we're we're talking about how the universe started people are desiring to have certainty around that so they either choose a religion that has a story about how it started or. 35:32.70 Dr_ Placebo There's no end to it. 35:47.45 Dr_ Placebo Um, how nice that they don't have any real problems. 35:51.22 mikebledsoe Which which I I really like I really like ah yeah I like and I really like a lot of ah religious genesis stories because there's so many metaphors in these genesis stories around language and basically. 36:09.88 Dr_ Placebo Um, in the beginning there was the word and the word was god. 36:09.99 mikebledsoe Ah, the the exactly and so yeah and if you if you it's so easy I remember being a kid and hearing that and I go I don't know what the hell that means and. All right? So then he created Adam and then he created the mountains and the earth and oceans and all the ship in the the birds and the fishes and um, it's really like the way I read that now is it's um, it's a metaphor for consciousness. 36:28.41 Dr_ Placebo Right. 36:42.33 mikebledsoe Consciousness came online for human beings when language came online. Oh I now have a word for this and this word separates me from the from God the natural world and when when read that way. It makes a lot more sense to me. But when some. 36:45.15 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 36:57.72 Dr_ Placebo To me God is the genesis of an idea like that's why they say ah you know the word is God and God is the word is that that's the genesis of an idea. So ah, interestingly enough by that logic God is in fact, real. It's just been made by man just like logic is real and it's also a God Basically an idea that's been invented by man. Yeah. 37:24.78 mikebledsoe Well the well the idea the idea that um was it men don't have ideas ideas have men. Ah who that that's ah man was that voltaire not quite. 37:30.73 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, yeah. 37:37.64 Dr_ Placebo I think that was ah max shank who said that actually I'm just going to misattributing all these baller quotes from like many centuries ago and they'll be like wasn't that Plato I was like no that was me. 37:41.55 mikebledsoe Um, so ah, the a did I I. 37:55.31 Dr_ Placebo Because no one will no one will follow up very few people. 37:59.22 mikebledsoe I love posting really like I'll come across a quote and I'll put it on Twitter and then one out of 10 times I was like you know that's normally attributed to Martin Luther King Junior however it was really said by so I'm like get the fuck out of here focus focus on the quote. Don't worry about where it came from. 38:12.43 Dr_ Placebo Yeah I used to be like that too I used to be totally. Ah well my favorite quote is what's more important the quote or the quoter and that's ah my quote which is fucking hilarious I think because does it really matter who said it and what's funny. Is it. 38:24.97 mikebledsoe Ah, oh. 38:30.16 Dr_ Placebo Does it does a lot of the time sometimes there's a great quote from like an unknown monk in ah, 1500 Bc or something like that or 500 a d or whatever and people are like oh that's really cool but that would be the easiest quote to poach. 38:49.00 mikebledsoe Right? Like you know or you know the and Chinese proverb unknown um know yeah and you know that who you're quoting a context matters. So you know if it's a quote. Yeah, but. 38:52.78 Dr_ Placebo Right? right. 39:01.32 Dr_ Placebo The appeal to Authority That's God Also so God is the genesis of an idea. It's a word. It's a new idea and it's also um, that appeal to an authority. It's ah like a focal point. 39:11.28 mikebledsoe Well are are you coming? Are you coming at this from the perspective that that people create thoughts or ideas. 39:23.61 Dr_ Placebo Um, that's a good question I I believe that ah the thoughts that people have are a combination or permutation of what they have experienced. So. If you put a human being in a vacuum and just gave it food. It wouldn't learn. Ah how to speak it wouldn't learn language so it's just some sort of um. Synthesis or combination or permutation of everything that you are aware of and that's why the idea of having like the genesis of language at all is very interesting and there's a specificity of language. That occurs in many different animals like dolphins and orca have different languages or at least Orca have different languages based on the pod or the family that they're a part of ah green monkeys can lie and say look out. There's a hawk or and we don't know if it. It means hawk or if it just means danger from above but they have distinct calls for danger from above or danger from low below and what they'll do is they will lie. So like if you have a banana I'll say look out a hawk in green monkey language and you'll look out for the hawk and then I'll snatch your. 40:38.97 mikebledsoe A. 40:51.33 Dr_ Placebo Ah, your your banana right? So like it's literally the oldest trick in the book which is look over there while I Rob you so so language ah is I I think um the genesis of some ideas. But. 40:57.26 mikebledsoe Yeah, so. 41:08.71 Dr_ Placebo You know a polar bear may not have language but it can still plan a spider doesn't have language but it can still plan out an attack where it will like walk around and jump around until they're above their prey and then dangle themselves down mission Impossible style. So. 41:23.92 mikebledsoe Well well the question I got to ask next is so are are you I find there's 2 camps. There's one camp which is the most popular camp which is. The the materialistic view which is ah consciousness is a byproduct of biology like the biology exists not is what makes consciousness possible or is our. 41:51.49 Dr_ Placebo Um. 41:56.59 Dr_ Placebo And. 41:57.93 mikebledsoe Is physical matter a ah ah manifestation of consciousness. 42:05.38 Dr_ Placebo Um, you know that's a I knew that's the question you were going to ask actually? um, ah fortunately I have the exact correct answer which is ah how could I know? Ah, it's like ah I. 42:15.78 mikebledsoe Ooh. 42:21.20 Dr_ Placebo I can think so does that mean I am so is it I think therefore I am or I am therefore I think basically so our sensory ah Organs influence the way we interpret the world. 42:28.17 mikebledsoe Right. 42:40.26 Dr_ Placebo as well as um the the influence of our surroundings like in Africa there's way more words for green because the distinction between different plants is a little more important different words for snow in the inuit tribes. Because that distinction is way more important for survival. Um, whether you are ah, an animal having ah an experience of consciousness or whether you are a consciousness who has called yourself an animal is sort of like a chicken or the egg type of situation. My. My personal perspective is that the I that I refer to as I is um, basically a fabrication of our culture so without these ideas of. Names and things like that you would just be an animal and all animals have some level of consciousness ah mushrooms have some level of consciousness. It's it's a different level of consciousness than a human being. But the fact that they can you know send information miles across a web of mycelium as soon as they figure out how to digest a certain type of material like the biggest living organism is actually a mycelium I think it's an Oregon. 44:11.64 Dr_ Placebo And it's several square miles in size which is pretty cool and what'll happen is they'll encounter a material that they can't digest figure out a way to digest it and that information that signal will get sent all the way across the mycelium. 44:14.54 mikebledsoe Yeah. 44:29.63 Dr_ Placebo To the other side and then they'll start being able to digest that material whether that's like some sort of rocky mineral or ah or what have you? Ah so different animals and fungi have different levels of consciousness but ah just like the. Story of of God or no God or these gods or those gods. That's that's our invention. 44:57.47 mikebledsoe Yeah, the um, the perspective I I tend to hold is consciousness creates. There's when I when I went through the hermetic principles. The first principle is that everything is of mind and ah. The idea is that ah everything everything occurs in the mind first and when I when I'm holding that perspective I I find that to be the most useful I don't know which one is true and. 45:31.88 Dr_ Placebo And. 45:34.10 mikebledsoe Like you had said, there's no way to know. Um, you know I I think some people have had some experiences that would have them really believe one way or another for me personally I find it to be more useful to ah to be of the. Belief that consciousness is creating everything it to me. It makes everything a little more malleable and if I believe that anything could be changed through thought. Ah then. 46:10.40 mikebledsoe Then that that seems much more powerful to me and. 46:14.32 Dr_ Placebo There's a great book by Richard Bachman called illusions that I really like it kind of talks about that. How you you know like ah the only reason you can't swim through the earth and stand on the water is because of your belief in the illusion. 46:18.25 mikebledsoe I've read that? yeah. 46:30.80 mikebledsoe Well here's the thing is okay so I the way I see is you don't have a separate mind that I have there's one mind we all share it. You just have different you just you just? yes, you just. 46:30.87 Dr_ Placebo That it can only work a certain way. 46:42.87 Dr_ Placebo For humans humans only so one species has one hive mind. Basically yeah. 46:52.15 mikebledsoe Yeah, we have a certain filter. Um, you know what? I'm gonna have to sit with that one I'm gonna go back and sit with that that question ah because they animals just may have the filter. So the way I see is we share the same mind Consciousness is expanding. 46:59.74 Dr_ Placebo And. 47:09.81 mikebledsoe Um, the universe is doing its thing and um may Ornet may not be expanding I'm sure it goes through expansions and contractions just like everything else. Another hermetic print principle being as above so below and. 47:21.46 Dr_ Placebo How could we measure. 47:27.20 mikebledsoe We can measure it to a point. But yeah, once you get out there. It's not going to happen. Ah so ah, we all have like this super mind and this is why a lot of the same ideas occur to people around the planet simultaneously or they've done studies with rats where. They're teaching them something in a lab in France and then a lab in Alaska they see those rats be able to solve whatever puzzle that was taught to the rats in France and so you know there they never so met they stayed in those locations. There was no. 47:53.45 Dr_ Placebo M. 48:03.33 mikebledsoe No communication between the two that we we would know about and yet they still do that So there. There are some I don't of I would call it ah evidence for it. But there's definitely correlative evidence for that argument and so I really like to think about it as like. These aren't even my thoughts I'm not these are thoughts that are flowing through me and my filter is allowing me to have you know certain thoughts where I'm allowing those thoughts to come and go and so I become a lot less attached to like this is even mine I get a conversation with someone we're having where brainstorming. It's like. This isn't really my thought it's not your thought it's you know it's this is just a thing that's happening right Now. So I like the thing about it like that and I find that to be ah the most useful there's another point I was going? yeah. 48:49.32 Dr_ Placebo Ah. 48:57.34 Dr_ Placebo It makes you sound pretty cool Either way I but I think so ah yeah, it's like ah I I don't think you're using it that way. But it's funny because it's kind of like. 49:01.28 mikebledsoe Does it perfect. That's what I was going for I mean that's the real use utility here. 49:14.95 Dr_ Placebo Kind of like the coolness factor is apathy. So the super enlightened factor is it's not about me man. It's just about you know the collective. Whatever's going I'm just a conduit I'm just a channel for what's happening now there there is no me man and you're like fuck that guy sounds really cool. 49:25.33 mikebledsoe Yeah. 49:33.24 Dr_ Placebo And then what ends up happening is the guy's like fuck. Maybe I am really cool and then it it comes like crashing down and I've experienced that personally a few times myself where I'm like oh man I'm really just like you know I'm I am I'm in it. It's not. There's no me I'm just like. 49:40.90 mikebledsoe Um, be. 49:52.95 Dr_ Placebo It's all happening right now and I'm a big part of it and then I go fuck I think I must be pretty enlightened and then just fucking back to the basement like shoots and ladders all the way back to level 1 49:58.48 mikebledsoe Yeah, the the prop the problem is when you get credit for it. That's that's when it happens someone else gives you credit you give yourself credit and then yeah, then it all just falls at pieces. 50:06.65 Dr_ Placebo Well, that's what. 50:14.14 Dr_ Placebo Well and that's also like the the bane of the guru like I was talking um talking with my buddy Brian this morning. Um I know I was well I was talking to him. But yesterday I was talking to ah another gal who works with me Victoria and she got me this lovely book. Ah, that I haven't read yet. Just got it for me wrote a really nice note in it. Ah and I was like oh man, that's so nice and it's by brene brown and brene brown is one of those people who if you're a lady you have to think she's awesome and. I think she is I think she's got a ton of really good ideas. But I think um as you embody the guru more and more you have to create more stuff so you have to muddy the waters a little bit otherwise you sound like what people call a broken record. So what I notice. Is that someone will have a few fantastic idea and I don't know I haven't read the book. It could be like life changing best book I've ever read. But if a pert. 51:18.31 mikebledsoe Rene Brown is good but to me falls into a similar categories Tony Robbins there's some good stuff in there. But if you dig further beyond the self-love conversation. She gets look. She's an expert in 1 thing and. And think she got lost in some other stuff. 51:35.24 Dr_ Placebo So selling herself right? And that's what I'm talking about with guruism like you have people with good ideas like Jocko. Ah good ideas. But there's a hunger for more and people are like guru. Ah please tell tell me what. Tell me the truth illuminate the way and if the guru says I already did it fits on an index card like I'm done like go do the thing I said people are like I think I'll find a new guru and they're like wait a second I just thought of something in fact, in. 51:57.77 mikebledsoe Yeah. 52:08.50 mikebledsoe I got bills to pay. Ah. 52:11.00 Dr_ Placebo In fact, it's even it's even better than what I taught you before. In fact, this secret I Just I just unveiled and you know so like the that's what I mean with like the bane of the guru is now you have embodied the guru. And I felt that happen to myself which is why I just fucking vanished off the face of the internet for several years and people are like what what totally totally man. 52:34.54 mikebledsoe As you're as you're talking about this. Um I relate completely because I I kind of I fell off as well. Yeah, it was like it's like oh I got to keep making shit up. Ah life is actually pretty good. It's pretty simple, pretty straightforward. 52:45.86 Dr_ Placebo I Wrote 200 plus articles about exercise I Taught 200 seminars all over the world I wrote all these books and video courses and they're excellent by the way like my latest couple primal athleticism and elasticity available on maxshank.com Are so good. They're They're really good. But also if you are having to keep pace with some sort of artificially imposed ah like guruism you're going to muddy the waters a little too much and that's. Um I don't know other than repeating yourself a lot if there is a way to avoid that because there's definitely a hunger and a thirst for knowledge and if you have embodied the characteristics or the character. The avatar of the guru. There's There's definitely a pressure to to make more of this this thing than there actually needs to be. 53:43.48 mikebledsoe But me. 53:50.60 mikebledsoe Yeah, well um, think of my friend Jesse Elder who's amazing. Love that guy and so inspired by his creativity and he tends to attract hit huh. 54:07.11 Dr_ Placebo Here comes here. It comes. Ah. 54:07.94 mikebledsoe But he had. He's very good at attracting a crowd and he's got that guru vibe goinglling on and the thing that impresses me with him is when I met him in 2014 he was just getting started on the like speaking gig thing. 54:12.97 Dr_ Placebo So ah. 54:23.49 Dr_ Placebo Um. 54:24.94 mikebledsoe And what he was talking about then and what he's talking about now is very much the same but he's so good at creating new context and and weaving together stories to bring people in so like it's it's he he really has gotten it to some core truths and he's really good at. 54:38.74 Dr_ Placebo Whoa. 54:44.85 mikebledsoe Ah, communicating it. But what I'm most impressed with is is a ability to communicate those in a way that people can receive has continuously improved over the years and I love seeing you know I'll see him speak and then three months later seem to speak again and he's cleaned it up or he's tightened it up or he's. 55:02.41 Dr_ Placebo Yeah. 55:04.37 mikebledsoe Ah, or he's using a new analogy to get the point across like guy. He's like oh now he's nailing it now. He's nailing it. It's almost like watching you know a comic you know, develop a routine over a year yeah it's like the first show you're like yeah, it's a little clunky and then by the time they're on Netflix special. it's it's tight 55:09.85 Dr_ Placebo Who hone their routine. It's magic. 55:24.50 mikebledsoe So I think that there's I think there's ah that impresses me and I really like that. So there's that's somebody who does have he doesn't I don't think he tries to be a guru but he definitely has you know people people follow him like. 55:27.13 Dr_ Placebo Whoa. 55:34.36 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 55:43.60 mikebledsoe Cult Leader style. 55:43.21 Dr_ Placebo And that's what will happen if you get better and better at transmitting ideas right? is you will You will attract a crowd and so it's like can you maintain that integrity without the crowd. 55:48.34 mikebledsoe Yeah. 55:59.52 Dr_ Placebo Transforming you into something different like I saw this great video the other day by this Youtube channel after school and it showed this ah transformation of this kid who was like a violin prodigy and then he turned into this guy who just. Eats tons of food like he challenges himself. So the guy gained like hundreds of pounds of fat. He oh dude. So it's like 1 of the most recent after school videos Skool and it goes through this like no one cared that he was ah. 56:22.31 mikebledsoe What. 56:36.21 Dr_ Placebo A Violin prodigy but he like ate a big meal once and people were like yeah we like that and so he he was transformed by by the audience because they were craving something else and he's like okay I'll I'll just be that right. 56:51.38 mikebledsoe Or he's craving validation are you? Oh you're gonna validate me. Yeah, we want to be loved. 56:56.51 Dr_ Placebo Aren't we all We want to be Loved. We want. What do we want? um attention power Love mostly we want Love if we can't get Love. We'll settle for power if we can't get Power. We'll settle for attention and if you ah aren't getting the attention you want. And then you do something and suddenly you are oh look out that's temptation big time like I used to get ah like high fives and praise and people would even applaud if I could drink the most poison in college like if I could drink a ah. An alcoholic beverage Really fast. So before I knew what was going on I'm taking like 4 lokos and shotgunning them before ten a M because everyone's like Wow What a what a tough cool guy you are and I I Really liked that positive feedback. So yeah, it's.. It's easy to see why people go down certain paths because these ah these base desires for love power attention ah are almost impossible to avoid. 58:10.55 mikebledsoe Well that that makes me think about my my fitness career and I remember I was I was fifteen years I was like well I had like um. 58:15.49 Dr_ Placebo Me too I talk about that all the time. 58:24.23 mikebledsoe I didn't feel like I was getting love. So yeah, maybe it was attention but the what ended up happening is I remember I couldn't I couldn't wait till my fifteenth birthday because on my fifteenth birthday I was allowed to go to the gym and lift weights because my parents didn't want me to stunt my growth and which we know is all bullshit now. But. 58:39.13 Dr_ Placebo But depends on depends on the level I think if you do gymnastics from age 5 You're probably going to grow less. 58:43.77 mikebledsoe Like a lot mom. 58:50.42 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah, so ah, as soon as I turned 15 I started working out all the time. My dad worked construction. He saw that I was basically burning a lot of energy unnecessarily you know wasn't. 58:54.93 Dr_ Placebo O who. What right? right? o. 59:06.26 mikebledsoe And wasn't making any money. Ah, he's used to like yeah pick up heavy shit and walk around and you know we make money when we do it. We're we're being of service and and my perception of how he viewed what I was doing was ah that it was just a ah superficial. Ah, frivolous pursuit and he was like he's like you're never going to make any money. Ah, you're never going to make any money working out and I remember thinking I was like I'll fucking show. You. 59:27.30 Dr_ Placebo Frivolous. 59:36.94 Dr_ Placebo Um, I'll show you dad I'll show you? um oh my God are those like the famous last words I'll show them I'll show all of them. 59:45.80 mikebledsoe Um, and that's what you want to make yourself miserable live like that. So and there were what will ended up happening is I ended up proving him wrong. Um. 59:54.71 Dr_ Placebo Ah, bro. 59:58.53 Dr_ Placebo And. 01:00:01.65 mikebledsoe And but it's not like I only got paid to work out sometimes I was getting paid to work out but I was getting paid for a bunch of other shit too And um, no, that's not true when I was in the Navy I got paid to work out. 01:00:06.44 Dr_ Placebo Yeah, dude, you never got paid to work out though you got paid to like run a company built around people working out you. 01:00:22.13 Dr_ Placebo That's ah like you got paid extra. You didn't get paid to work out motherfucker you got paid to be in the Navy bitch. Basically what I'm saying is your dad was right. 01:00:23.50 mikebledsoe No, no, no I mean it was it was. 01:00:32.97 mikebledsoe Ah, well I'll tell you there there is that I was I was. 01:00:38.20 Dr_ Placebo Your dad was right? That's all I'm saying. 01:00:41.75 mikebledsoe I do remember I was I was nineteen years old I was in I was in coronado I'm running on the beach with a group of guys and all we're doing is you know, swimming running and managing being cold as fuck and that was it and I was like I was like. 01:00:48.10 Dr_ Placebo Oh. 01:01:01.79 mikebledsoe Fucking Did it I'm getting paid to work out and you know it was very short lived Um, because. 01:01:02.41 Dr_ Placebo And also not true. You were basically paid to be a weapon and your exercising was like greasing the barrel and the parts basically like. 01:01:14.92 mikebledsoe Um, you are 100% accurate about that. Yeah I was ah you know, ah, it's so funny like people are like wow thank you know you're a veteran. Oh thank you I'm like um I'm like I'm like as I got duped you know like I got. 01:01:25.35 Dr_ Placebo Thank you for your service. 01:01:35.14 mikebledsoe Like you're like congratulating me for being a ah for getting duped I appreciate it. Yeah I went and basically worked for the the biggest gangsters on the planet. So cool you know? ah I was muscle for the biggest gangsters on the planet for. 01:01:47.53 Dr_ Placebo Um, hey if you're gonna be in a gang be in the toughest one. It's still like. Ah. 01:01:51.85 mikebledsoe Ah, through a period of time being the biggest baddest toughest one and I was so so eat it. 01:01:59.91 Dr_ Placebo It's still the great. It's It's still the great pirates. It's the same shit is still ah the great pirates who has the fastest boats who has the best range. It's ah hilarious. How true that is. 01:02:02.28 mikebledsoe Yeah, yeah. 01:02:08.18 mikebledsoe Totally yeah so it's funny because a number of years ago. Not that long ago I remember I had that memory I go I go oh my god this is about five years ago I was like oh my god is my entire. Fucking career built around that moment where I was going to prove my dad wrong. do I do I really like working out. Ah do I like talking about fitness do I really like these things and the reality is is yeah I do love health and fitness and I i. Find time in the gym almost every day and I enjoy myself in there. It's one way I show myself love and it doesn't play nearly the role it used to There's so many other interests that get play time and then in addition to that i. I'm showing myself love by taking care of my body but I'm not working out for any type of validation from other people anymore. So it's it's caused me to be in a much better spot and dude I probably make less money because I I seek less validation. 01:03:08.31 Dr_ Placebo Yeah I get it. 01:03:21.22 mikebledsoe Ah, if I if I was one of those people I I listen like no like no the Alex warmosi was talking about this in a video. He's basically saying like insecurity is what you need to be a you know 100 millionaire I'm like you might be right because i. 01:03:22.39 Dr_ Placebo You don't have the same motivation to like you don't care like so value. 01:03:38.94 mikebledsoe Have very few insecurities these days and the necessity that. 01:03:42.22 Dr_ Placebo If you don't feel secure if you don't feel secure with $50000000 then a hundred isn't going to make you feel secure. You know what I'm saying like that that's sort of like what I'm talking about is like who's to say that what's right for you is right for me. It's like why? ah like Gary Vaynerchuk 01:03:51.67 mikebledsoe Um, a. 01:03:59.16 mikebledsoe Yeah. 01:04:00.33 Dr_ Placebo Gary Vee that fucking guy that guy to me is out of his god damn mind and he might have a few good ideas like let's not discount it. But. 01:04:08.94 mikebledsoe Ah I'll say he's made improvements over the years his message five years ago versus today has as improved and from what I can see. 01:04:16.60 Dr_ Placebo And that's cool, but like what we said is you know when we see other people we see through a window so we don't see the big. We don't see the whole thing that's going on and there is nothing to cloud our evaluation of it. When we look at ourselves we look into a mirror so we see basically the whole thing and we have our ego in the way. So that's why I say it's harder to look into a a mirror than it is to look through a window but of course that's because you don't see the big picture. You're more objective rather than subjective about the whole thing. But with um, you know these guys who assume this avatar you know they they embody this persona and you're almost caught in a loop where you're it's sort of a sunk cost fallacy you know Gary Vee I got to own the jets. Someday and look for him that might be exactly the right thing. So I don't want to say that that's a bad goal because it's his goal but it's not my goal like I would not trade ah playing tennis and hanging out with my dogs more often. Ah. To sacrifice maybe owning a sports team because to me that's like no extra value. You know what I'm saying so that idea of insecurity will lead you to a hundred million I mean maybe maybe not but like. 01:05:48.19 Dr_ Placebo Why do you want that in the first place is it because you really believe in what you're doing is it because you feel like 10000000 just won't be good enough or 20 or or whatever I mean it's ah it's really a funny thing like how we fall into these patterns. 01:06:00.19 mikebledsoe I I invested in a sports team once to look cool. Yeah yeah, and then the entire league went belly up like two months after I invested and I lost all my money. 01:06:06.17 Dr_ Placebo Really nice. 01:06:16.55 mikebledsoe That I what I felt cool for about three days and I I got like I got like 15 now I would say the highlight this is the highlight. 01:06:16.61 Dr_ Placebo did you feel cool for two months though did you feel cool for two months though did you get any swag like like ah a hat. 01:06:35.50 mikebledsoe Is what $60000 got me by the way is got me about 10 or 15 tickets at Madison square gardens in New York City ah some like front row shit and I got to like. 01:06:42.97 Dr_ Placebo So. 01:06:48.19 mikebledsoe All my all my northeast friends I called him up I was like meet me at Massison You know we're gonna meet at the bar Beforehand have some drinks go watch the teams compete. So like I had ownership in it. It was the grid league. It was that Crossfit Rip off. 01:06:56.30 Dr_ Placebo Ah, what? what? sport. 01:07:05.34 Dr_ Placebo Nice. 01:07:06.80 mikebledsoe And which I think that sport still exists I actually prefer it over c

The Domcast
Fucking Football Time!

The Domcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 50:43


Week 1 is here and we couldn't be happier. The boys give some matchup previews and pick the games on the NFL skate. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dee-p-dixon/support

Locker Room Talk & Shots Podcast
Fucking Romance: The Role Of Sex-Loving Women in the Romance Genre

Locker Room Talk & Shots Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 76:58


Locker Room Talk & Shots Podcast hostess Annette Benedetti talks with Author Stacy Gold about the history of the woman's role and sex in the Romance Genre (think books, movies, daytime television). Stacy Gold is changing the genre with her sex loving female characters and she tells all as the ladies take shots and tell all when it comes to sex, losing their virginity and what it means to be a sex-loving, orgasms seeking woman who's ready for some romance.You can find Author Stacy Gold and her books at: https://stacygold.com/For listeners who want want to next-level their Locker Room Talk Experience with ad-free episodes and extra content. Head to my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/lockerroomtalkpodcastMemberships start at just $2!Don't forget to check out my article on Sex Retreats! You know you wanna go!https://sheexploreslife.com/sex-intimacy-retreats-resorts-for-couples/Connect with usWe are on all the socials:TikTok: @ LockerRoomTalkPodcastLRT's Insta: @LockerroomtalkandshotsAnnette's Insta: @BeingBenedettiSEL Inst: @SheExplores_LifeLRT's FB: @LockerRoomTalkandShotsSEL FB: @ SheExploresLifeAnnette's YouTube: Annette BenedettiShe Explores Life Website: sheexploreslife.comLinks & Discounts to Locker Room Talk & Shot's Favorite Sex ToysFun Factory 20% Off: Use special code SELS20 at checkout when you shop the sex toy selection at Funfactory.com and you'll receive 20% off your order!Vibrators, Dildoes, & Cock Rings, Oh my! Fun Factory has all of Annette's favorite sex toys and you can get them for 20% off using her special code SELS20. Check out the NOS Cock Ring, The Lady Bi, the Manta or the Blow & Glow kit!Just visit Funfactory.com and take a look around, then enter the code SELS20 at check out for 20% off your purchase! Love Not War is a sustainable sex toy company that has partnered with Locker Room Talk & Shots to offer listeners a 20% discount on all of their toys including vibrators with exchangeable heads when they visit L-N-W.com and use the code LRT20 at checkout! You can even use the code on the Koi! The world's most sustainable wand. Just use the code LRT20 at l-n-w.com.Support the show

AllBetter
"My Wife Hates Me" Rich Vos

AllBetter

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 57:23 Transcription Available


Rich Vos is an American stand-up comedian, writer and actor. Since 2011, he has been the co-host of the podcast My Wife Hates Me with his wife, comedian Bonnie McFarlane.Vos began his stand-up career in 1984, choosing to pursue it full-time as he "failed at everything else", and developed his act in local clubs. After struggling with crack cocaine and alcohol addiction throughout his 20s, Vos completed a one-month rehabilitation course in 1987, three years into his comedy career. He has been clean since.In 1995, Vos became the first white comic to perform a set on Def Comedy Jam on HBO, a show usually featuring African American comedians. In July 1999, Vos hosted at the Woodstock '99 festival, later calling it a highlight of his career. In 2000, Vos received the Bistro Award for Outstanding Achievement as Comedy Performer. In 2001, Vos played the bouncer and wrote and performed skits on the British television show The People vs. Jerry Sadowitz. In 2001, Vos released his first stand-up comedy album, I'm Killing Here. This was followed by the DVD Vos in 2004, consisting of an unedited, 55-minute performance recorded at the Stress Factory in New Jersey. He went on to produce two half-hour specials on Comedy Central Presents. From 2002 to 2004, Vos was a frequent guest on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn on Comedy Central. He picked the show as one of his favourites to do as he lived close to its filming location and by the fact that he could do it with his best friends. In 2003, Vos finished third on the first season of Last Comic Standing on NBC. During this time he was given the nickname "The Don" by Cory Kahaney "because of my rough and tough demeanor ... maybe it was more because I was the most experienced comic".  At the end of the season, Vos toured with Kahaney and Dave Mordal for eight months. In 2004, Vos was a finalist in its third season.Vos was a frequent guest on the Opie and Anthony radio show, with jokes centered at his expense, most often highlighting his speech impediment or lack of intellect. In 2002, he was responsible for having fellow comedian Patrice  O'Neal come on the show, who also became a popular regular guest. When the show aired on SiriusXM Radio, Vos hosted a Saturday night program with his wife Bonnie McFarlane. He hosted the 2006 and 2007 editions of the Opie and Anthony's Traveling Virus Comedy Tour. Between 2006 and 2008, Vos prepared three pilot episodes for a comedy series alongside McFarlane, but neither were picked up by a network. In 2016, Vos released his fifth comedy album V, of which its material took between one year and a half and two years to develop. It charted at number one Support the show

Indieheads Podcast
198: It's Still The Same Fucking Song Again (ft. Jenna)

Indieheads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022


You could have heard this episode 48 hours early by supporting us on Patreon for as low as $1/month: https://www.patreon.com/IndieheadsPodcast. On this episode, Matty, Grant, Natalie and special guest Jenna once again look at a whole sort of artists who got one big hit and decided the only way they could get another was to make the […]

TALE'EROTICA
Secretly Fucking Horny Wet Girlfriend Next to Her Bestfriend [FFM] - Sneaky Sex Erotica

TALE'EROTICA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 12:00


Welcome to another exciting episode of the Tale Erotica podcast! A podcast that's full of erotic tales of desire and satisfaction. In this episode [Secretly Fucking Horny Wet Girlfriend Next to Her Bestfriend [FFM]], we are set to thrill your erotic fantasy world with this Sneaky Sex Erotica. Get relaxed as we take you on yet another sensual journey into the world of eroticism and bring you to the heights of ecstasy, as this erotic story will feed your imagination with kinky desires and leave you lusting for more. We hope you enjoy listening to this sensual story as much as we enjoyed making it! "One day, Penny and I went to hang out with a group of mutual friends at a restaurant in the city. And because she was wildly intelligent and well educated, Chrissy and penny hit it off right away, which wasn't uncommon. We ended up hanging out with them pretty frequently, and there was always flirting involved, mostly between penny and Chrissy while Pete and I would nod our heads in approval of what we would love to see happen. I appeared through the window and sure enough, the penny was inside fast asleep on the couch. I was a pretty sure penny and I had been dropping hints about fucking the two of them a lot over the prior month or two when Chrissy and I were good and tipsy, I got a call on my cell and it was a penny. When we got back, we made fun of penny relentlessly while she laughed off AF. I told penny that she missed out on all the good sex talk that Chrissy and I had been having. Penny took me in her mouth right away and Chrissy gasped. Chrissy as she took a seat next to the penny on the couch so she could watch penny wanted to show off. While penny continued to pleasure me, Chrissy crossed her legs to merely and just watched wide-eyed and smiled at us. As soon as she was ready, I also wanted to lick Penny's pus. For myself, dropped to my knees and began to lap up Penny's wetness. I made sure each flick of the tongue was visible for our guests to see, instead of completely burying my face and licking fast, I stayed back and teased penny into submission. She wanted me to make penny come. She grabbed my hair and nudged me forward into Penny's pussy. Instead of her looking at me, she was making out with penny on the couch. A bolt of pride promised you won't tell Pete penny and I both promised right away and Chrissy went right back to licking Penny's pussy. So I reached down and scooped penny up off the couch" Listen to more adult stories and fiction right here on this podcast show. Please do not forget to subscribe and rate us on Spotify, iTunes, or wherever you listen. You won't want to miss another episode! Thank you for listening, and we will see you again with another hot steamy story!!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Gone Rogue
27. SOLO; We went to a Thailand fucking show.

Gone Rogue

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 75:04


MDM and I do Thailand... or does Thailand do us?? We celebrate our two-year anniversary by spending 10 days in Thailand. We went full send beach partiers, strippers and ping-pong shows. And, we get a bit real, update on some of my struggles in our open relationship and what I'm working on. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goneroguewithkateandgreg/message

podi mit sashka
Es geht ums fucking Prinzip

podi mit sashka

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 67:47


Würdet ihr spenden für Elias? Ich nicht.

Pleasurable Money
40 | Permission to Be Who the Fuck You Are with Amber Leitz

Pleasurable Money

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 66:29


Hey Sacred Galaxy, Here to talk about more sex, and money, pleasure, and power, and all of the things - my coach - Amber Leitz. @amberleitz 0:00 Podcast Intro 1:10 My coach, Amber Leitz 2:08 Permission to be so about what we're about 4:11 - 6:15 Reading a piece about pleasure 6:15 - 11:10 Being polarizing and living my life 11:10 Sitting in mindset 14:47 Feeling and sharing 16:12 - 20:28 The stories we tell ourselves (around money specifically) 20:28 Profit first 21:31 Seasons and cycles of money 26:03 Fucking releasing shame 26:43 Permission to be lazy 35:02 Permission to be Charmed 37:08 Birthing Mary Magdalene Priestesses 44:20 Choosing yourself 48:33 I get what I want 49:27 I am my client's number one hype person 55:01 A little bit about human design, networking & dreaming about the future 01:00:00 Coming into my gift 01:00:02 Feel into the permission 01:00:03 Where you can find Amber 01:00:05 Podcast Outro Apply for the Sacred Money Method private coaching program here. For accessibility, click here for the transcription for this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a five-star review here. Share your thoughts with a voice message here. Find Meaghan on IG here. Subscribe to Pleasurable Money to join the Sacred Galaxy fam & turn on notifications so you never miss an upload! Click here to be the first to get notified of updates & special offers! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pleasurablemoneypod/message

Everything Extraordinary Podcast
Ep. 16 - GRAB YOUR PROBLEMS BY THE FUCKING THROAT, STOP HIDING FROM THEM!

Everything Extraordinary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 29:09


In this episode we discuss Learning Discipline, Controlling Your Mind & more!Shop now!https://everythingextraordinary.comFollow us on social media!https://www.instagram.com/everythingextraordinarypodcasthttps://www.instagram.com/everythingextraordinaryhttps://www.facebook.com/everythingextraordinaryhttps://www.tiktok.com/@everythingextraordinaryhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQtnI1YZWJBU31g7AlTqYHwMusic byhttps://linktr.ee/ahmad_haynes

Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele
microman - kein fucking superheld - part 3

Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 65:00


Jasper ist ziemlich faul. Mit der Schauspielerei läuft es nicht so richtig und eigentlich hängt er lieber mit heißen Bräuten und Kumpels ab. Er ärgert sich mit durchgedrehten Ex-Affären herum, hasst seine Mutter leidenschaftlich und mag es, mit seiner besten Freundin Cora Gras zu rauchen. Als Jasper plötzlich immer häufiger Aussetzer hat, nach denen er nackt an einem anderen Ort wieder zu sich kommt, ahnt er, dass mit ihm irgendetwas nicht stimmt. Aufklärung kann ihm da nur sein Dad geben. Doch der hat nicht nur Antworten auf Jaspers Aussetzer. Er bringt auch einen ganzen Haufen neuer Probleme und einen Feind mit…

Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele
microman - kein fucking superheld - part 3

Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 65:00


Jasper ist ziemlich faul. Mit der Schauspielerei läuft es nicht so richtig und eigentlich hängt er lieber mit heißen Bräuten und Kumpels ab. Er ärgert sich mit durchgedrehten Ex-Affären herum, hasst seine Mutter leidenschaftlich und mag es, mit seiner besten Freundin Cora Gras zu rauchen. Als Jasper plötzlich immer häufiger Aussetzer hat, nach denen er nackt an einem anderen Ort wieder zu sich kommt, ahnt er, dass mit ihm irgendetwas nicht stimmt. Aufklärung kann ihm da nur sein Dad geben. Doch der hat nicht nur Antworten auf Jaspers Aussetzer. Er bringt auch einen ganzen Haufen neuer Probleme und einen Feind mit…

KZradio הקצה
Inhaler w/ Oron Levy #25 // We Are Getting Fucking Fucked // 1-9-22

KZradio הקצה

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 60:10


Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele
microman - kein fucking superheld - part 3

Hoerspielprojekt - Hörspiele

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 65:00


Jasper ist ziemlich faul. Mit der Schauspielerei läuft es nicht so richtig und eigentlich hängt er lieber mit heißen Bräuten und Kumpels ab. Er ärgert sich mit durchgedrehten Ex-Affären herum, hasst seine Mutter leidenschaftlich und mag es, mit seiner besten Freundin Cora Gras zu rauchen. Als Jasper plötzlich immer häufiger Aussetzer hat, nach denen er nackt an einem anderen Ort wieder zu sich kommt, ahnt er, dass mit ihm irgendetwas nicht stimmt. Aufklärung kann ihm da nur sein Dad geben. Doch der hat nicht nur Antworten auf Jaspers Aussetzer. Er bringt auch einen ganzen Haufen neuer Probleme und einen Feind mit…

SG Fun: A Stargate Podcast
S3 E12: Sam Carter's Favorite Fucking Episode

SG Fun: A Stargate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 75:36


Season 3 Episode 11: Jolinar's Memories Oh shit! Jacob/Selmak is in Hell/Sokar! The only one to ever escape Sokar is…wait for it…wait for it…yes! That's correct! JOLINAR. Did Sam mention she was Jolinar for a hot second? This is a dooblay win for Carter as she doesn't have to keep reminding everyone about her Jolinar bullshit, and she gets to use said BS to save Papa Selmak who's been a real shit of dad to her. Like, he oozes “I never think about you but if I did it would be with deep disappointment.” So suck on this rescue, Pops! Holy Hannah you mother fucker. ----more---- 00:00 - Intro 7:36 - 24 Seconds 9:25 - Episode Debrief 1:01:53 - Were We Comforted 1:02:40 - Yeh Neh or Meh 1:07:15 - Next Episode 1:09:10 - ComeTrya!

Mind Your Own Dog Business
We fucking dare you: be the most EXPENSIVE dog trainer in your area

Mind Your Own Dog Business

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 32:58 Transcription Available


Be the most expensive dog trainer in your area.Why you Should be the most Expensive Dog TrainerDog trainers chronically undercharge, yet they overdeliver. Unless you are in it for charity, you have to get real with your money. In general, price and quality are inversely related. You either get a great price or great quality. Not both. And clients know this! In today's episode, Kristen is joined by Emily for an insightful discussion on pricing for dog training, what to charge, and how you can charge more. If you are in need of savvy tips on pricing for dog training and would love to clear all the cobwebs in your head around your opposition to other people spending money on your dog training services, this episode is definitely for you! Tune in as Kristen and Emily talk about:Pricing for dog training sustainably [3:39]How to charge more for dog training and the long-term value it creates with clients [8:00]Understanding and clearly defining what financial stability is to you and gearing it towards a long-term view of retirement [17:30]What you should charge and the ethics behind it [24:53]Holding your ground during negotiation on what to charge [21:52]… and so much more! What's next:Did the episode spark any questions or comments on pricing for dog training? Or do you wish to work with us on growing your Dog Biz or get a direct link to Kristen's calendar: https://www.dogbizschool.com/work-with-usFollow Kristen:   Instagram: @badassdogbizFavorite Quote:Pricing for dog training sustainably is not just about covering your basic needs but more about looking at your business's long-term growth and ensuring that the value of your time is given back to you.

Everyday Legends
055 The Myth of Discipline - Solo Episode

Everyday Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 47:06


I'm bringing you a solo episode and I'm gonna jump straight into what we're talking about here and that is discipline.  Why can't I just be more disciplined? The thing about a question like that is, we're not usually asking the question; because asking the question invites exploring the answer. Most of us just say it as a statement out of frustration, more like a wish; "I wish these people would be more disciplined" and guess where that gets you? Fucking nowhere. When I finally got deeply curious about discipline, it invited me into action. It invited me to look at the behaviours, the sabotages, the excuses, the rationalisations, the justifications, all the shit that pops up in the way of what we say we want and the actions to actually create that. Join me as I discuss my journey with discipline. As always, if you have questions about it - ask me. Hit me on social media @mikecampbellmc on Instagram or @Mike Campbell Man Coach on Facebook. Other Ways To Consume This Podcast: iTunes Spotify   Get Involved: Subscribe to podcast on Apple Follow on Spotify Sign up for Mike's LEGENDAILY Texts to help you with a daily shot of loving straight talk direct to your pocket Want to explore DEEP coaching support and guidance with Mike? The Everyday Legends Academy is now open for enrolment applications. Book a call here with Mike to see if it can be the full and remarkable solution for you like it has been for so many men before you

Krystine's FLR Podcast
EP: 0247 - Female Led Relationships - I talk with The Accidental Swingers!!

Krystine's FLR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 45:27


That's right, the illusional "Accidental Swingers" episode has been resurrected, and assembled with love by my subby. He's pretty fuckin good with his fingers ;) Myrina and Tristan share about who they are, how Swinging came into their lives, and how some VERY similar foundations have to exist not only in an FLR, but also in your relationships, especially if you plan to open your marriage to sex with others!Be sure to visit my affiliates to support this podcast!LockedInLust.com  has offered you, the amazing listener, 20% off PLUS a couple free digital downloads along your purchase at LockedInLust.com using PROMO CODE; FLRPODCAST (all caps, all one word). I'm familiar with this site and the products and services that it provides. I feel that you, my valued listener will find something useful on this site. There are free resources  also available, so there is no reason to not check it out!Erotic Hypnosis for Women  is a space for a woman to surrender to her mind for a personal, sophisticated experience in Hypnosis, Fetish Roleplay, Brainwashing, Conditioning, and Erotica Audios. It's also a site where I take requests for custom audios, exclusively for women. Find me there for your personal audios.Lovense brings sex tech to every bedroom. Their wide selection of sex toys can be controlled via Bluetooth, and even at long distances through their app. Find out how to take your experiences, and control, to the next level, at Lovense!Want to support the podcast and be involved with the behind-the-scenes, including voting on episode topics, as well as tiptoe with me into this whole "coaching" thing?Find me at  https://www.patreon.com/krystinekelloggIf you would like to see "a little more of me", as well as my torturing my subby, I'm uploading photos and videos and erotic audios to OnlyFans FREE.  Custom Personal Erotic Audios (ASMR/JOI/GFE/FemDOM) can be ordered here as well. 10% off your (custom) order when you subscribe to my OnlyFans.Fan me up at OnlyFans/KrystineKellogg!Check out Control! (It's a psuedo-autobiographical storyline podcast that we produce)Also, If you enjoy Erotic Audios, this is another podcast of mine that showcases the audio that I produce when I'm not recording this podcast!   Apple    Spotify      iHeartCheck out my (beta version)MERCH!!!LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/KrystineKelloggMY YOUTUBE CHANNELKrystineKellogg@gmail.comKrystine's Phone/Text  (USA)   651-800-1153Theme Music by Wes @ https://www.fiverr.com/share/YokLQN (Thank you Wes!!!)If you are interested in or curious about Pegging, Strapon Anal Sex, Fucking, Cock Cages, Chastity, Crossdressing, Power Exchange, Domme, Dominant Wife, Sub, Submissive husband, Happy Relationships, Communication, and/or Honesty then I hope you enjoy Krystine's FLR Podcast!Support the show

Deliver The Profile
Deliver The Profile Episode 228: America's a Fucking Disease

Deliver The Profile

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 95:12


You probably can't tell, but this show was recorded in the immediate wake of Roe v. Wade being overturned, so Ronnie and Jazz are understandably miffed. So miffed, in fact, that they took a vacation from America by way of an episode of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. "De Los Inocentes" is a yarn set in Mexico about a wife brutally slaughtered and a husband looking suspect. But remember, in Beyond Borders, the white person is never the culprit. So who is? Oh, some fucking foreigner with a really, really stupid motive. We're talking sinkhole episode stupid. Get off that student loan cancellation high and remember your hate with the new Deliver The Profile! Also: new Beyond Borders-specific music!

Nick Anderson Fitness
E59: Don't Fucking Quit with Katie Naylor

Nick Anderson Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 60:03


No matter what you do. Don't ever quit. The only time you fail for real, is when you quit. Much love, Nick

Sex and the Sydnee
Forgive Me, Father

Sex and the Sydnee

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 37:02


A pope-blessed purity ring, her first nude photo, a Brazilian wax (Sydnee's new fave treatment), and her parents' divorce - the tea is spilling. Sydnee is taking back her time and reclaiming her mental space, and is here to tell you all about it. Today, we find out why Sydnee swore off sex before marriage and what changed her mind to turn her onto it. Follow Sydnee on Instagram and TikTok: @sydnee_paige and @sydneeinthesheets. Check out her official website sydneeinthesheets.comNew episodes come out every Thursday.Sydenee in the Sheets is available now on Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Spotify or wherever you listen. You can listen ad-free by subscribing to Wondery Plus in Apple Podcasts or the Wondery app. https://wondery.app.link/SydneeInTheSheetsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Wake Up With The Wolf
EP296- Self talk fucking matters!

Wake Up With The Wolf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 13:49


Way too many of you are stuck in the same place you have been for years because you can't get past your negative mind. If you would like to grow as an individual you need to change the way you speak to yourself.

Krystine's FLR Podcast
EP: 0246 - Female Led Relationships - My daughter joins us this week!

Krystine's FLR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 36:36


Yep, I said it, my daughter is our special this week. Yes I know, it's wednesday. It's been another hell of a week, but better late than never, right? Get a teenager's perspective on her parents living a Female-Led Relationship, and how it may or may not have been an influence on her life.Be sure to visit my affiliates to support this podcast!LockedInLust.com  has offered you, the amazing listener, 20% off PLUS a couple free digital downloads along your purchase at LockedInLust.com using PROMO CODE; FLRPODCAST (all caps, all one word). I'm familiar with this site and the products and services that it provides. I feel that you, my valued listener will find something useful on this site. There are free resources  also available, so there is no reason to not check it out!Erotic Hypnosis for Women  is a space for a woman to surrender to her mind for a personal, sophisticated experience in Hypnosis, Fetish Roleplay, Brainwashing, Conditioning, and Erotica Audios. It's also a site where I take requests for custom audios, exclusively for women. Find me there for your personal audios.Lovense brings sex tech to every bedroom. Their wide selection of sex toys can be controlled via Bluetooth, and even at long distances through their app. Find out how to take your experiences, and control, to the next level, at Lovense!Want to support the podcast and be involved with the behind-the-scenes, including voting on episode topics, as well as tiptoe with me into this whole "coaching" thing?Find me at  https://www.patreon.com/krystinekelloggIf you would like to see "a little more of me", as well as my torturing my subby, I'm uploading photos and videos and erotic audios to OnlyFans FREE.  Custom Personal Erotic Audios (ASMR/JOI/GFE/FemDOM) can be ordered here as well. 10% off your (custom) order when you subscribe to my OnlyFans.Fan me up at OnlyFans/KrystineKellogg!Check out Control! (It's a psuedo-autobiographical storyline podcast that we produce)Also, If you enjoy Erotic Audios, this is another podcast of mine that showcases the audio that I produce when I'm not recording this podcast!   Apple    Spotify      iHeartCheck out my (beta version)MERCH!!!LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/KrystineKelloggMY YOUTUBE CHANNELKrystineKellogg@gmail.comKrystine's Phone/Text  (USA)   651-800-1153Theme Music by Wes @ https://www.fiverr.com/share/YokLQN (Thank you Wes!!!)If you are interested in or curious about Pegging, Strapon Anal Sex, Fucking, Cock Cages, Chastity, Crossdressing, Power Exchange, Domme, Dominant Wife, Sub, Submissive husband, Happy Relationships, Communication, and/or Honesty then I hope you enjoy Krystine's FLR Podcast!Support the show

Motivation | Health | Self Help with JV Impacts
E1322 | STOP MAKING FUCKING EXCUSES!

Motivation | Health | Self Help with JV Impacts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 10:33


E1321 | You Haven't Found Your Identity! All of us mindlessly scrolling through Tik Tok switching every 5 seconds. Don't tell me you don't have time to success. I am going to give you tips to success! I know who I am, Do You! Listen Now! Free Discord | https://3twarrior.com/discord49541345 Linqto: https://www.linqto.com/?cjevent=b65ecbbec46011ec81b91b3a0a1c0e10 JOIN TODAY! (CRYPTO/MINDSET) | https://3twarrior.com/sales-page-515930741636122245022 3T Warrior Academy YouTube! | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_e0zCKJyBdLYAvTQBgQrPw 3T Labs Gear and Supplements |https://www.3twarriorlabs.com #podcasting #motivation #health #crypto #cryptocommunity #cryptocurrency #fitness #wealth #generationalwealth #investing #entrepreneurship Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Red Pill Revolution
Andrew Tate Gets Banned, Human Cloning & Ukraine War Crimes

Red Pill Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 76:05


In this week's episode, we discuss the controversial figure Andrew Tate getting banned by Meta from Facebook and Instagram. We also discuss a new biotech company that wants to clone human embryos for organs... creepy. We also discuss the recent accusation by Russia of alleged war crimes by Ukraine.    Subscribe and leave a 5-star review! ----more---- Our website https://redpillrevolution.co   Protect your family and support the Red Pill Revolution Podcast with Affordable Life Insurance. This is attached to my license and not a third-party ad!   Go to https://agents.ethoslife.com/invite/3504a now!   Currently available in AZ, MI, MO, LA, NC, OH, IN, TN, WV Email redpillrevolt@protonmail.com if you would like to sign up in a different state   Leave a donation, sign up for our weekly podcast companion newsletter, and follow along with all things Red Pill Revolution by going to our new website: https://redpillrevolution.co    ----more----   Full Transcription    Welcome to the revolution. Hello, and welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, and as always, thank you so much for listening today. I appreciate it. From the bottom of my heart, we have some wild things to discuss some happenings in the metaverse some things that have gone on with recent bands. So let's jump into it today. We are going to talk about mark Zuckerberg, unveiling his new. Allegedly boyish metaverse avatar after getting mocked for his creepy dead eye original version. So we will discuss that. We've also discussed a little bit about what the hell the metaverse is, and even if you wanna ever take part in it for any reason, we're also going to talk about a biotech company that wants to take human DNA and basically just create artificial embryos that could be used to harvest organs for medical transplants, which sounds a. It sounds pretty creepy, but when you actually think about what that means, it's extremely creepy and, uh, definitely some sort of human rights violation. And if it's not, it should be, but we will discuss that. We'll also discuss some recent allegations by Russia saying that Ukraine has been using chemical terrorism on its soldiers, as well as a recent, I guess, assassination that happened on the daughter of a Russian intelligence officer, uh, which seems a little bit. A little bit like a war crime to me. So we'll discuss that. We'll also talk about maybe we'll we might have this little bonus article here. We'll see if we get to it, but we got some, some decent things to discuss here. So if we do get to it, we'll talk about a dad who took photos of his toddler. You know, basically like every person who takes photos of their toddler ever. Um, but actually for this one was to send it to a doctor. And Google flagged him as a criminal, like basically for pedophilia distribution in some way, when his doctor asked him for the photo. So we may get to that and discuss it. We are also the main topic for today. Some videos that I have up today are to discuss Andrew Tate. And if you don't know who Andrew Tate is, he's quite the character. And, uh, he's. Influencer, whatever the hell that means today, but he's kind of a Dick  and kind of might be, uh, a little bit of an understatement, but he was recently banned by Instagram and Facebook. So we will discuss why. And if I agree with the decision. So, I guess you'll have to stick around for that. Now. That is what we're gonna discuss today. It's going to be a great conversation, so stick around. But the first thing I need you to do is go ahead and hit that subscribe button, leave a five star review. It would mean the world to me, if you did. So it's the only way that we can get put up in the ranking. So I appreciate you and love you for listening. Go ahead and hit that subscribe button. If it's your first time here, I appreciate it more than, you know, and if you don't know. And you probably do. It's a good way to get some good karma, leave a five star review. Tell me what you liked about the podcast. Tell me what you hate about Andrew Tate or love about him. I don't know whatever your opinion is.  I don't know, say something on there and leave a five star review. It would mean a lot. Then next thing I needed to do is head over to red pill, revolution dot. See, you can sign up for the subst stack. You'll get all of the articles, all of the videos from today's episode directly in your email, along with the audio podcast, the video podcast, some awesome stuff that I'm building over there directly on the website, where you can get basically all of the content. So head over there right now, and that's all I got for you. So without further ado, let's jump into it. Episode 40 of the red pill revolution podcast. Welcome to red pill revolution. My name is Austin Adams, red pill revolution started out with me realizing everything that I knew, everything that I believed, everything I interpreted about my life is through the lens of the information I was spoon fed as a. Religion politics, history, conspiracies, Hollywood, medicine, money, food, all of it, everything we know was tactfully written to influence your decisions and your view on reality by those in power. Now I'm on a mission, a mission to retrain and reeducate myself to find the true reality of what is. That curtain and I'm taking your ass with me. Welcome to the revolution. All right. Welcome to episode 40 of the red pill revolution podcast. And the very first topic that we are going to discuss today is going to be mark Zuckerberg, coming out with a new avatar for his metaverse, uh, deal he's got going on there. So it says mark Zuckerberg, um, reveals new boyish metaverse avatar after getting mocked for a creepy dead. Original version.  so well, let's look at this article if you'll be able to see this, uh, if you're watching the video, if not, just look up mark Zuckerberg, metaverse avatar, and you'll see why everybody's going crazy about this because it is quite creepy. Right? I think the idea for people in the metaverse is already kind of a, a weird, uh, idea for them to jump into a. Virtual reality type of world and interact with other people. And it seems to be even creepier when you're doing it with basically me or we characters , everybody's walking around looking like the original we characters you think by now, 20, 22, 10 years after the, we came out that they probably would've improved avatars in some way, shape or form. But I don't know. It seems like Facebook just kind of ripped them off of Nintendo, but from the looks of this picture, The original one's a little bit more, uh, a little bit more 2d. The, the next one's a little bit more 3d, which I don't know how you, you know, they didn't change the whole graphics of the metaverse to do this, but it goes on to say that, uh, mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meda UN revealed of new boyish metaverse avatar on Friday after a creepy DEI version, he posted Monday was roundly. Roundly not round deadly Zuckerberg also on Friday, promised a major graphics update for horizon worlds, meta versus platform, which has been criticized for its budget. Feel on which I guess is what I was just talking about with the, we hold deal on Monday, Zuckerberg shared on his Facebook profile that horizon worlds had launched in France and Spain and posted an image of the Zuckerberg avatar standing in front of the Eiffel. Social media users were quick to de ride the image with some likening it to the graphics of 1990s video games like Zelda and quake in 2007 second life. Now that's an interesting conversation because if you don't know what second life is, second life was a. Some type of like role playing game, you could have played, I don't know, 15 to 20 years ago. Like really like when the internet first started, second life was a, a very commonly used, you know, like third world. I remember my, my father actually talking to me about it and saying how people would like buy houses and buy land in second life. And they would go to a job and they would like do all this crazy stuff. And it sounded almost exactly like. Mark. Zuckerberg's trying to recreate here just with, and with the same exact graphics you think they would do a little bit better job at it, but if you don't know what second life is, go look it up. I guess it has a very, uh, dedicated community of furries over the years. who would meet up there. But, um, it, it is quite wild to me that there's been literally there. There's no difference between the metaverse and what second life was. And so it's like a weird, you know, the idea of like getting, putting a headset on and using, you know, web three type, uh, you know, uh, cryptocurrencies to buy stuff and, uh, NFTs in your home that you can show, like, I guess there's that element to it, but it's nothing new. This has been out for a while. Second life has been around for a very long time, you know? And, and the only difference that they seem to have at all is just. It seems to be more expensive and requires a barrier to entry with a virtual reality headset. So I would say looking at this picture of mark Zuckerberg, the only thing more creepy than mark Zuckerberg's original or second avatar, right? This weird boyish avatar. The only thing creepier than mark Zuckerberg's avatar is. Mark Zuckerberg  if you go back and watch him in front of like the Senate or Congress and you see him sipping, you know, his, his water sipping stuff that he was so famous for, you know, is, is so interesting to see this robot sit in front and answer questions. Exactly. Like a robot would. And so mark Zuckerberg's creepy little avatar here is pushing me no closer to jumping on the metaverse. Now what I would say is that AR VR is absolutely going to come into your life. It's absolutely going to become in, uh, a big facet of business. They're going to find a use for it. You see all of these huge companies like Google, like apple, like Facebook, meta, whatever the hell you want to call it, they're all getting in on this for a reason. And this, the reason is not for today. The reason is for, I don't know, five or 10 years from now. If you remember in. Think back to like Google glass, right? The glasses that you would wear, Google glass was mocked ridiculously for a while, but it looked a lot better than these virtual reality sets. So, so think of like, if you're putting on Google glass and you're walking through your normal day to day, the idea's gonna be that your phone's gonna go away. It's gonna integrate into your glasses. Eventually turn into contacts and eventually be an implant in the back of your head. But the idea is gonna be that it's not gonna be these huge Oculus glasses that you're wearing on your head. The idea is it's gonna be first, something like the Google.  hopefully just not as weird, you know, sci-fi looking, but the Google glass was mocked for, by a ton of people. There was a super long beta program, which like took all the hype away from it. But imagine the Oculus turning into Google glass and then imagine going about your day and doing everything that you would normally do on your phone, where you have to look down your neck, stretches out six different ways and you wake up with a only being able to. To the right instead of the left,  all of that will go away is my guess. All of that's gonna what's gonna happen is it's gonna turn into glasses that you're gonna be able to, that augmented reality is gonna be going about your every day shooting video from it, taking pictures with it. Eventually it'll become integrated into your body somehow. So you don't even have to wear glasses, but I probably would rather. Have glasses, honestly, myself and then the gaming aspects of it. Cool. But there, there's a lot of really interesting business cases that are coming about, and I'm finding this out in my business life, but I really do think that it's gonna become a part of something. Now, I don't think that the virtual reality, we universe that they're creating here is going to be the answer. I think it's more so a test pilot for them to, you know, utilize these things and try new things to see how people like it. I don't know, weird, weird stuff, but that's where we're going a hundred percent. That is where we're going. Augmented reality. VR is gonna be very much so integrated in the people's everyday lives. Probably more than a lot of people would like, but eventually you'll do it because the inconvenience of not doing it will be outweighed by the convenience of doing it. And. What will be a positive thing that comes out of that is we'll be able to get rid of our phones. Right? You'll actually seem like you're interacting with people. You'll look up a little bit more. There probably won't be as many people with scoliosis in the world. So the chiropractors of the world might go away.  a lot of positive things that could come out of this, but one of the negative things is we have to see mark Zuckerberg's creepy little, we face. And, and, uh, even though he updated, it looks just as bad. So anyways, just wanted to throw that out there. I thought that was hilarious that  his, we character, his metaverse avatar is basically just as, almost as creepy as he is in real life. All right. So the next thing that we're gonna discuss here is going to be a little bit more, you know, I guess to me, a little bit more creepy, what they're gonna be doing is says, and this is comes from the business insider.com and it comes from an Israeli company that is going to, it's a biotech company that wants to take human DNA and create artificial embryos to basically take for human organ harvest. You heard that right in true Jurassic park fashion, they want to make cloned humans to do organ harvesting off of what a super. Freaky weird future dystopia. Do we live in where this becomes an acceptable headline, even without a bunch of people going off on how wrong this is, right. I'm pretty sure this would be not allowed legally in a lot of different countries. Um, but let's go ahead and read this, read this article, and then we'll talk about it. This says a biotech company based in Israel wants to replicate a recent experiment that successfully created an artificial mouse embryo from stem cells. Only this time with human. So scientists at wet them's molecular genetics department grew synthetic mouse embryos in the jar without the use of sperm, eggs, or a womb. According to a newspaper published in the journal cell on August 1st, it was the first time the process had been successfully completed insiders Maryanne GU not reported. The, the replica embryos could not develop into fully formed mice and were therefore not. Not real. What does that even mean? Jacob. Hannah, who led the experiment? What does real mean? Real means tangible, right? Maybe they're not complet. Sentient like you and I, or a regular mouse or a regular person. But that doesn't mean they're not real. They don't, they're not mark. Zuckerberg's meta avatar.  like, no, they're real. However, scientists, it says observed the synthetic embryos, having a beating heart blood circulation, the start of a brain, a neural tube, and an intestinal trick. Hannah told MIT technology review after the success of the mouse review or the mouse experiment, he is working to replicate the results with human cells, including his own. The embryo is the best organ making machine and the best 3d bio printer. We tried to emulate what it does. Hannah said in this statement, other experts say that will take significantly more research before synthetic human embryos are within reach renewal BioD is real based company founded by. Hannah wants to use this science for organ tissue transplants that could solve infertility genetic diseases and issues related to old age. For example, the MIT technology review reported that blood cells from the embryo could potentially be used to help boost immunocompromised systems. Renewal bio believes that some of the world's most pressing problems are declining birth rates and fast aging populations to solve these complex and compounding issues. Neuro bio aims to make humanity younger and healthier by leveraging the power of the new stem cell technology. Wow. Okay. In short, what they're doing is they're creating half. So it says, handle told the MIT technology review that he could potentially get around these ethical concerns. So actually let's read the next couple paragraphs, cuz it talks about that. It says to solve these complex issues, we just talked about it O a mirror. My of DRI the acting CEO of renew bio told MIT technology review that the company did not want to overpromise or scare people with the potential technology, but that Hannah's experiment was amazing. The use of human embryo clones for research has been frequently raised ethical research or concerns within the scientific community, including the potential that synthetic embryos may experience pain or sentient, according to a 2017 paper published in the journal of E. Hand has told MIT technology review that he could potentially get around these ethical concerns by creating synthetic human embryos with no heart, no lungs or no brain. Wow. You, that is a literal, super villain. They're cloning people to harvest their organs in, in a test tube. Like what, how in the world is this? A UN violation. I'm sure it is right. I'm sure you're gonna have to go to a, uh, Biolab in Ukraine that doesn't exist to have this type of thing done, you know, like the other 17 that still according to the United States doesn't exist.  so, um, so yeah, they, they're definitely gonna have to skirt some, some legality rules. Now this is something that China's been doing for a while is, is some type of like, if you've ever heard of the word Kymera, Kymera is, are a real thing. So if you think back to like, there's like a lot of like, Like not, not biblical, but like hieroglyphics ideas. Think of like the man. Uh, the centar right. A centar is a Chimera in the way, because it's a human mixed with a horse in a, a Chimera is something that they've been doing in China for decades. They've been literally taking animals, cloning them and mixing their DNAs so that they're not considered something that falls under the laws that we have created because we never created laws with the intention for China to recreate. Animal DNA creatures. And so they've been using these creatures and mixing them with things like pigs in humans, so that they can do these types of, or organ harvesting, which I'm finding out recently. And you'll find this out in the next episode, where I do an interview with a guy who, who discusses this type of thing, where they do these live organ harvestings in China, on certain communities, which is gonna be an awesome. Um, not awesome is probably not the right term, but a very intriguing and deep and highly concerning episode is probably much more accurate than interesting or any other words that I used for that. But this, this seems to be a direction that humanities going, that a lot of people ethically are not even aware of. They're not aware of this. This article was like pretty buried on Reddit that I found that, um, and it was just released nine hours ago. So maybe that's why, but it's, it's not a very talked about issue that there's literally animal human bags of meat out there that they're taking organs from in China, trying to recreate. If you don't believe me, there's scientific articles where they're talking about this thing, and this is not, this is not new. This is not conspiracy theories, nothing. This is legitimate science. I don't know if you consider that legitimate, but, you know, God making of, of scientists by creating their own animals. I mean, there was a quote that was pulled from Jurassic park about, you know, doing something before it's read. Like I saw it from this post about this. Let's see if I can find it. Cuz I think it was a pretty well relatable quote to what's actually happening here. It talks, you know, if you know the idea. Um, you know, Jurassic park, which I'm sure most of you  understand. Um, it, it's the idea that we're doing something that we don't know what we're doing. Right? We have no idea what the implications of these actions are going to be. We have no idea what's actually gonna come of this. We have no idea what type of sentience these things have. We have no idea what we are doing yet. We are doing it anyways. And nobody's talking about like, this literally has 200, 322 comments on it and it's buried.  and we're cloning humans, right? Like it's, this is, this is not, this, this should not be a small deal. Um, so let's read what it says here. It says that the, uh, let's see if I can find this Jurassic park. Now, the interesting thing that Reddis been doing is they've changed it from top comments to best comments, which who decides what's best they do. So they can go in there and curate it, however you like. And you have to go in there and specifically choose to go to top comments instead of best comments. But let's see if I can even find this. And if not, I'll, I'll kind of give you a synopsis of what was said here, but it looks like they've buried a lot of this. Of the actual comments here. So maybe I won't be able to find it, but I'm sure it's readily available for you to look up a quote from Jurassic park where they're talking about this. But the whole idea is that we're doing something that we don't understand where we're putting ourselves as a position of humanity. We are, our scientists are acting as if they are gods, right? They are messing with human DNA and mandating you to do it. Or else you don't get your job. They are creating human clones that they're taking lungs hearts and. Brains away from so that they've not legally considered humans. We, this is the most sickening, disgusting thing that's going on in the, like, probably not the mo