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Episode 10 · 2 years ago

S1E10: Minimal

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

No intro this week. We're going straight into it.


Tune in as we discuss anti-Semitism, the future of transportation, Julian Assange's latest legal battle, WWE, and minimalism with this week's guest, the sensational Marco Roccato!

At the time of you hearing this, thereare now ten hours of Dav and night talking online. That is crazy. This isepisode ten ten hours yeah. Well, this Esot Oten, hello, everybody o digit.Maybe a big freaking deal. Big Things are going to come in thefuture. We have oure discusting sponsorships and lots of ventures, and I'm actually thinking about doinglike a game show. Even if he I like a game with our guests, we could totallydo that. We hear you can't do it today, but yeah. We don't have an idea for it,but we gin be fun. Well s plus we already recorded our guest portion SAStying to topic. We did it all right wellwhere. Can they listen to us andfind US twitter, facebook instagram at NickDavid Sdow, an ICKDAVAD, show and then also you can find this and listen to uson ituns Pon being a Google play music, although, if you're ight listening tous now, you probably already figured that out. I Don have to say that Idon't we really o Knoyll, just O lotof people do to that's true that stupid,okay anyways we're going to launch into it yeah yeahstraight into it. So I I have something I want to talkabout. It's not really a discuss. I mean free to ask questions. It's lessdiscussion, oriented that it than other topics have been. It's been a really rough week. I don'tknow, I don't know how many people listen to this. I know you know. Idon't know how many people Listeng to this know that I'm Jewish, but I amJewish, and so everyone knows what happened inPittsburgh over the weekend right. So gunmen ran into the tree of life,Synagogu and Squirel Hill shouting, all jeice must die and shotup the shot of the place and he killed eleven people, a bunch of which wereholopast, micims or survivors, and he critically injured others. So, since that's happened, though,there have been a spate of other ANPLISOMINC incidents, a temple I think temple death in Fresnogot graffitid. It just said: Fuck Jews on it twice there, a bunch of people most recentlytried to burn seven Synegogus in Brooklyn like they got. There wasarsenist in Ohio just outside of Cleveland,there's a place called a hronded Huji and the day of the the Pittsburgh shooting they had aswastic of Saturday night blow up for that. So antisemitism is that at allttime highall around the country, the antidefamation league, it's wo, twsntand O tousand and seventeen. It was up fifty seven percent, like it's bat, and so this has been really hard for meon a personal level, a d. So I want to talk a little about that because I havea platform to, and I I feel like I should I feel like if I didn't I'd- be guiltyof something of negligence. Maybe- and so I have a lot of friends inPittsburgh who go to school there and just live there that go to that temple,and so that kind of fucked me up just knowing that that they're that closeand they're not that far removed. I indirectly know one of my friendsfrom home has a relative who is the rabbi there and was shot bullet ROK through hisabdomen, and so I I don't directly know that person notclose with that person, but just knowing that I have that kind of linkhas been interesting and part of hat. What messes me upabout that is that, knowing that I'm sowe're so close to that, like we're,really we really are temple Israel and Akron, which is wherewoester hello goes for services, sot an email that was like hey. Now we have an off duty officer duringservices, we're locking all the doors allways during services and duringschool hours and they added four new panic buttons to the entire buildingand so getting that email kind of really hit home that I'm re only threehours from Pittsburgh like that, could very usually happen here and then with that realization came therealization that I'm only three hours from Pittsburgh DC to like that's themidpoint of my two kind of homes,...

...and just so realizing that antisemitism is all around the countryand like that there are people out there. That would kill me based on onepart of my identity. Like I'm clearly I knew anti Semitism existed, it's a hugepart of Jewish culture and history, but I never it neverreally hit home for me that that was something that was a possibility for me. So that's been that's been hard andthen I also I also feel guilty. I have never been a super religiousperson and I don't feel guilty for that, but I do feel guilty for kind of takingfor granted the community that I've had and the part of my identity that I'vehad for so long without actually thinking about it. And so it's been, it's been a rollercoaster of a week. I realize I'm starting this podcast offon a really depressing, no it, but I felt like I needed to talk about it andshare my personal reaction and then so with that personal reaction, I feellike I just need to say the ofvious, which is that this is not okay. Itreally isn't. I think that a lot of people think thatantisemitism is dead or thought until this weekend that they was dead. Basically, that's what world wer to wasthere's. I think, there's kind of a feeling that we defeated it, but it'sover andit's, really not I mean tethey're.Every everyone makes jokes about Judy Ism en joish people that playing thestereotypes. I've done it myself, it's funny, I get it, but it's also harmfuland just how loose people are with comments about religion. Like there'sthis idea, we don't we don't talk about Judaism or Jewish individuals the sameway we talk about racial minorities or other minorities, and I don't know why.I really don't clearly it's I'm not trying to equate the hardships thateveryone goes through, but it's definitely something that we need to betalking about and paying attention to, especially in our current politicalclimate. We have a president who has refused to like actively andconfidentiously refuse to condemn literal Nazis and KKK Mumbers Louis Ferrikan is, as always, been blaming juws foreverything. George sorrens is a really proen Jewish phlantopist donates. A lotto liberal and democratic parties and platforms has been accused and kind of just draged for themud in the news which I don't, I honestly don't think he would, if youweren't, Jewish and the whole the term globalist, andyou on know anything about that yeah, it's basically just so. It just goesback to like this idea that judes are don't actually have a nation. untiltbelong to anyone and don't have a kind of home and so globolist oes now a termit's a CODA for its mathismitic slur for to, and so just acknowledging that makingsure that everyone knows what's going on and how it's going on and saying that, like, like the haunted who she came out withthey got, they just got flamed for having a swast of Saturday likeeveryone went after them, they come out with THI statement that Waslike we'vebeen doing this for a long time. It's not we don't mean it to bedisrespectful. It's a tradition now like we're, not trying to do anythingand it's like yeah, but at a certain point it doesn't matter. It reallydoesn't matter what your intent is. If you, this is the metaphor I like to use,but if you accidentally hit someone with a Frisbee or a ball and they saylike hour, they're like Oh, that hurt you don't get to be like no, it didn'tlike you totally fine, because you have no idea what it felt like you don'tknow how hard you had been like, regardless of whether you were tryingto or not it's a relevant, so just when people call each other outon antisemitism or anything like that, and that goes for everything likedoesn't just go for forjudaism. I don't know it's just a it's a weirdtime for me personally and for a country, and I don't I don't know howto deal with that. I really don't except to be aware and be mindful andbe conscious of what we're saying and how e're acting and treating people.

That's it I'm done with my speel, but Ifelt, like I had say something, and it's podcast aboutthat yeah! It's it's! I feel, like you know, when I've looking at ourhistory, even just my time being alive when you really analyze like talkingabout these een states only. I feel like we kind of go and likewaves, where it's when you said like World War, two like people, think oflike we defeated antisemidism after World War, two and all that and Nazisare gone all that we overcame it and it's all gone right, and then we had we like wer recoveringfrom the Great Depression. Then we reat this Highangan and then and then youknow we had nine eleven. We got this low andthen we build back up and like I feel like we're the moral and mindset thatour countries had is kind of FROR. My observations and Personal Exsperiet arwere either one hundred or zero. I think that there needs to be thismindset that no we can, we can overcome stuff, we can bondtogether and we can help each other out, but don't sweep things under the rug orpretend like things don' exist. I don't even know I don't know I mean I agree.I don't know how much of it is sweeping things under the rug as much as it isjust not being conscious or not. Thinkinglike it's not like an active decision, Not Tho, think like I, I've had mabefour or five people that have reached out to Meke to see if I'm okay thisweek and I know more people than that, know what happened, but they don't.They don't think because, for whatever reason I feel likeantisemitism and Junaism is separate from everything else that's going on. I just don't think that peopleassociate that with this personal experience the same way they doovherything well, but also yes, and I also think that t t that definitelyhappens yeah, but on also just with like trauma events and stuff andtraumatic, like things that happen in our country and horrific acts ofviolence and terror, people kind of separate. I know people who separatethemselves from that and the excuse in the mindset is, I don't want to getpolitical. I I don't like to talk about politics, or I don't like to talk aboutlike that. I'm not interested in that and I feel like in our generation Imean, I know you know people here that are very like I've gotten into it withpeople here who were like that yeah, and I think that it's not about thatanymore. I mean it's about accepting identity, like you weresaying, is's, there's a core and e e the excuses this go to like. Oh, Idon't like to title. You know yeah and when it bout when it hits home and whenit hits close, then those people would reactions changed it's so go aead. No,that's why I don't like, like this whole idea of civility, like yeah, becivil but like whan, it's about when it stops becoming about policy and becomesabout identity and personal values and beliefs and protecting those. That'swhen I think that you, you need to drop all pretense, that this is aboutpolitics, because at that point it's not it's about BASICAC, humanity, yeahand interacting with other humans. The other thing is that I mean M my personally and a lot of Americanshere. If we don't know people or have a connection with our identity with otherplaces around the world, I mean honestly, I get seen an alerts thatthere was a yeming and this and that, but if is it the US? No okay, why do wecare about it's like the attacks in Paris, Yeap people? You here were like,Oh, my God, but that's because people go to Paris but whut it somewhere elsethat people haven't been throu. They don't know much about they're like okayand I feel like we need to. We need to support each other and it'shard and it's not going to be easy and we're in a very fucked up, polarized...

...situation and there's, like I feel likeit's literally like there's like blayers and layers of like this, likewall that we have to taiver through to like, Oh yeah. I Si before there's somuch more that we could be talking about, but I just yeah and it's hard and it's and it's it's difficult to kind of. When you have conversations with thewith people about this, you know and say ut yeah. We could go in lot. Manydirections with this, but you ask people about you, know: okay, no Youre, OT, poloible personright know you don't care about this, but look at this action. You know and Ithink people we need to be able to have a discussion and be positive. I meannot like masket but at the same time acknowledge it and put yourself if youcan other people's shoes and try to understand where they're coming from,because people don't right, know and that'srepresented in our government and people here you know yeah. So unless I'moss those shoes ar are attacking your your identity rightlike that's, when I think the conversation that I think that you'reright, but I think the conversation stops when you're, interacting withpeople who refuse to acknowledge part of your being anyway, we can goe on but bood for thought S. Eno a Christy grab, a Patrick, that'sthe name of the restaurant. Welcome back! You are again with Nickand David. This is the second part of our first part of our podcast yeah IAVE,a lot more upeat than I was a minute ago. We're going to keep goine. Do youhave a topic? What do you gotall right so we're going to talk about seguesthut like the literate like the communicative device or the lat? Okay? That was not a all right anyway,so this o those things that you can wride okayn. I theranother defiitiononoe IIT, sellzn yeah. I don't know why. Why did they make ifyou know why sag we mean two different things, but spell exactly the same hitus Ouf Senca, the scrooter came o second, so why, anyway, probably friendanyway, so I was watching a South Park, therer seasons in now, and this episode-okay, spoiler on Hulo Haex, oiler alerd for the next half of or episode thatyou haven't listened to Youo Yeah, you LGO get the connection we might haverecorded one or over the other? U, but it was a funny episode because ittalked about how Halloween was coming and the kids will go to people's housesand in this town, if you didn't have candy for your kid, for the kids, thatknotd o the door they'd be pissed and they looke ager, house and stuff, andso every parent, every house person would go and get candy because theytheya eoverit ter neer knock on the door that didn't have candy and if so,what happened I knocked on the door. Well, I got an apple ones that doesn'tcount, but they were like passing out apples. I was just teas because I nockon a door one time as I little kid and guy had no idea what was going on andhanded me like five bucks and some change, what the hell yeah he didn, Idon't knowdont think he knew it was followng me I don't know yeaionidntpeeEnglish. I had no idea anyway. Eyo Five dollars yeah, which was a lot of acavin back I'T, give him back anything. I was draa o use like hustling iero. MyDad was there yeah anyway, okay, Sop Park. Well soyeah Ka e yeah, like I never did an. I was some People Ray Candy, but I wasdisappointed. M wasn't like Fu sor. The...

...parody was that and so Hamoween came, and in the last few daysin this episode, people started seeing segues in the town andthe people were like adapting it and the Serie Tems as these young people bythemselves or just people using them people. Well they would. It was a joke,so they they would magically appear bout. The haunting, like wo the sigueshere ther Buch of young millennial, starean type like sigwey Bro, like you,know, yeah, and then the kids were like Holy Shit, we're going to tricker treeon segways oanos. You can cover more cover, more ground genus and then thetown held a meeting with the police department because they were like all these surrounding counties can nowtcome to South Park. So we need every household by estimate need six grand ofcannedy and it's exaggerating oright. It was a really funny episode, but whatit got me thinking and then actually a cmn article came out literally the nextday, Theha senguays of the future. Okay, I was like whool the shit like it justconnected and what it was talking about was you know in cities and stuff you havebikes like Sistsan, New York, city bike, I don't know in DC or but you Hadacompanies, fisure, pograms yeah, but make sure yeah and you could take outyour phone check it out and then take the bite and people are saying rightnow that when sadways first came out it was a laughing stock. I mean like hive,you seen Malcoll yeah like like Thea, that kind of stereitype, like I stillwhen you go to like when you go to a mall, and you see a cop on a segwe yeah.It doesn't look, do you? What do you think, honestly, honestly? It's itmakes me I I don't like laugh, but it's not like it' hard to take themseriously. Yeah H, yeah! I actually went seguing with my Om, like atorCleao, intoer yeah, and I'm going to be honest, like it was really fun, but Morgan really didn't care what otherpeople thought. I was very selfconscious about being on a SYCON. Iwas like yeah. It was just like you know at least yeah. Three three guyswalk around Cleveland everyone's like what the fuck yeah, no an. I was likeGod, but anyway it started this laughing stock. But Iguess what they're saying now is that they're trying to team up withcorporations and stuff and creating tap and didn't get this like? Oh, that's!That's already bringing around it's already EA, it's a thing but they'retrying to like expand it by so two point to so. I didn't entertrip in DCor the summer, and I went back and I'v E talked to like four people about this.When did DC turn into so it's basically that their bacerprograms, but instead of Saig, was theres. Electric Scooters Yeah that tooall over the fucking place because Youd go a couple blocks, you can just dropit, leave it whereover right. I actually clarify in the south. Parkewas schooners not saying ways, but I think it was the same Righrihe Tecaus,th 's, that's already huge. It's already massive yeah, which is blows mymind, but what they're talking about is predicting the future and they'resaying that to reduce like omissions and all this stuff. Like the idea.Imagine the idea of like. If you look at DC or a city, you know it would'treally work like it wilster but debe, but like if you designate scooters are segue like or bike onlystreets and like the only cars would be like on specific roads that youn acarlet going to the airport or coming out of UA AST, be surrounded by people.Vysie, Sik, Waikr, Sta Interestin, for the concept of reducing a mission,reducing clutter, Savi, kiing ha so DC is already covered in bike lanes, yeahright, so people still get hit, and this ther're been article on art. MyMom, you sending me O mom. Four listening just know that I am gettingthese keep setting the articles about people on scooters getting hit by carsbecause they're trying to like scooter through traffic or like cross thestreet and should happen so that's that sounds good to me, like I don't say anyproblem with that. Well, how do you do grocery shopping? You take car, youwouldn't well, but could you see here's the thing right now like d on Now, ifyou HAV T DC, but like New York, you can order groceries yeah, never likethey can come. So I'm saying like we're...

...turning into Wali characters. Well,really I mean: Are we moving to this zone of like and also like? Noteveryone is accessible to sure, segue and then o? What do you get handicapssag way: Gane motorized filtires Di a pretty bad ass, forthe race, Wiltryeah have to e like Puleuitwuld, be literally. This is Waly, but likeyou're floating around on hoverboards and chairs and people are bringing youfood. It's just. I know people do this but like I would never commute to the office asuit or a Jack IV thought about it. I thought about because sometimes you getoff the metro when it's really hot or whatever you're like I could just paylike five bucks and scooter six blocks. Orhowever much and I thought about it.I never did it. I never caved, but it's just like I like when I was in London.I was working and stuff like the whole idea of combat, like learning how tocombat like sweat going into the office, because we had there was a heat. WAV InLondon did Raine a single time I want. I just want to clarify the twodifferent kinds of segue are not spelled the same way. I just thoughtabout that and don't know why I said that ther're spell very differently:yeah, okay, anyways, but like I've opted sometimes I went to someformal like events in London yeah, it was really hot there and I've actuallyused. I took a cab with air conditioning over walkingtaking the tube, because I didn't want to show up to this country like thatdrenched an sweat hey like yeah, you know, but which I've done before I usedto gets it. So it's like a Metro DC is actually fairly decent.It's one of the better ones in the country, but over the summer they shutdown. So usually for me, it's a straight. I get on the redline. It'slike six stops. streight shot right to this stop and then I get off and I walklike two blocks and over the summer fror most of the summer, they shut down.Basically the entire section of the right line that I needed. So I wouldhave to get on the red line. Take a shuttle to another like a bus, freeboss to another station, get on that station to go greenline change toyellow line and then get back on et Aoto the summer yeah. It took me likean hour and a half to when I wasn't carpoing with my mom. She was alsoheaded that way pain, and so I would show up literally just drenched andsweat like my back and everything, and I would have to go to the bathroom andlike cool off because it just looked, it was gross. I would read articleslike how ti deal with like sweat on the tube yeah there's Wondin articleseverywhere. They were popping up every day because, like like what Mi you justcall it yeah, they didn know what in Ar the Baas tastrilh it's not great anyway.I should probably hold off on that when I'm there an Nixbes e yeah, but it's just it's just interesting andthen the other thing is like. I just the time span kind of how to do this,like they're talking about in New York right now proposing a plan to read. They want to Redo the metro o. That work because are TNO argument is London and DC, likewe have great transportation all around the world and New York is like capitalof America like Tga, like New York, you know and they have like the crappiest,like you know it's actually in New York. It actually wasn't, it didn't seem thatthat well, New Yorkers are pissed because, like there's, no airconditioning and there's signal FIS o air conditional, I was on what depenlike the station yeah, okay, yeah co, yeah we'e got LII and like yeah. Whatthey're talking about doing is what it wil woul happen is they wouldfirst of all Ey don no, where to get the money sie right? Well, the mayorhas been talking all this stuff and the argument is okay. Well, we do it we'regoing to have to shut down the system like different lines, aregoing to be shit down for month, right sor, and so when we talk about theserenovations, like all segways, no cars...

...like you know, I don't know. If youe everplayed like roller coast like tycoonng roller coasters, I coul like s time,yeah, Redo the whole part and then resume yeah. I don't affect anybody,you think that's what we need for Tis e need. You can', because, like how a Mucof an inconvenience whatave, I said, Dickyo can't take the Mechalito workyeah. That would I would that would suck that'd be really bad, so just feFirsli, Huh, yeah iwhats. What's your fun fact, it's ait's just an article. I saw that I looked more UNDI to make sure it wasreal and because it okay, so you n, who Julia Sang, is no remember the wholewikee Leagu scandal. Yes, there were people, leaguing, federal documents andthings like that to reporters and the Public Julian, the son Jis one of the wickieleaks, like founders. He was seeking asylum in Russia and do you I'm guessing not, but youhave any idea: what's happened to him or where he is now he's not back in the US, he's stillseeking a silence, but just guess pick a country, not the US, not insha. So he's anEcuador bt, Yep he's down an Ecuador at the end of sea, he's Kit, a silent and he's currently engaged in a legalbattle with the Equadorian Embassy, an any guest as to why what this legalbattle is about. I don't know what so Julia Asan theWicki liks founder is in a legal battle with the embassy of the country thathe's seeking asyluman, because his his skitboarding has been ruining theirfloors, he's been playing soccer on their grounds and ruining their grounds,and he doesn't clean up after his cat, and there are a bunch of hygenicproblems, like he wage his hand on his pants in his bathrooms, an mess and sothe so. The embassy got really fed up withhim and H Y. They were like, if you don't get your act together, we'regoing to stop paying your housing cost and medical expenses, and he thinksthat they're trying to push im out, even though they've said, like just fixyour life and will like just be a better person and r take care ofyourself, and you can say he e as long as you want. So he got his lawyerinvolved and his lawyer in has said- and I quote, that it's virtually aprison regime and there's this whole theris. This whole really kind of funnylegal battle that no one's talking about about the wiky leages founder andthe country he's seeking embassy and over his like lifestyle habits. That's it that's all I had why see ut see this goes back to human decens likeeskateboarding. This sateboarding for the EPONOREAN embassy is floors. How Cado you think? Is He doing it o? Just because does he not care? Is He gu, YoIkeon purpose? You don't know how old he is either he's probably up there.Well Hes, not he's like Super Obut, like I just think it's funny that, like hedid, this whole thing cost all this controversy and then just disappearedlike no one talks about him and now he's just kind of like letting his catshit all over the embassy and skateboarding on their floors andplaying soccer and like wiping his hands on his pants when he eats. Like Imean that's what a smart person does. I feel like it's just A. I just think.That's really funny like. If, where did you find that so msn, but also he'sdone his lawyers and other things have done interviews the've been aricles inthe Guardian and other kind of serious tra, yeah wow? It's like a legit thing.That's why I Chek, because I saw an MSCN and I was like this- could beexaggerated yeah and I wooks it up and it's not it's a real thing: Wow Yeah!That's it we're going to take a quick break and then we'll come back with ourguest mark, a Ricado who is one of wosters, two Italian students can, overthe other Italian students nope. You know on no ido yeah. You do you don't think he's Italian. You thinkhe's not aware you bause he's Ar her. It's a guy, it's a guy! It's it's amale international, Susen or shors. He does play soccer with us all this time.Not all the time give you a first letter. P,...

...no say Pedro Patros is Italian. What soparleson he's Brazilian he's Lieit. So apparently Italy, Marco, as talkingabout this early papprently, Italy, has like a lot of problems with their ageof the population. Everything, so basically, if you have one ATELONYO,grandparent they're like you're in and all the Patros varind parents areItalian, so he has duael citizenship, Brazilian and Italian, but he's neverbeen like his he's might have been, but he's lived in Brazil's entire life. Hisparents are both Prizilinan, but he's got dual citizenship, that's Kaand, sowhocester and their admissions work and everything counts. Him Is Italian andBrazilians that they can say that they have H, have multiple. So that's fun,Yor Deldul, izenship, SOE passpords, is He. I have no idea. He could probablybecause you know how I did I go in the country. Oui is to yeah, like you cantake the Yo'll know when you wanare you flying inthe heatrow. I don't knowwhere I'mamplying into I know, I'm not it's like in London or Scotland. Idon't know the only restruction is t. It says in all caps on my thing not tofind Ireland yeah don't do t yeah, that's the only thing its like it'slike dont, Fla and Irelan. Like er customs, you will will go inthe customsand see m. all the like local, like native people of the of wharevercountry. You've land into are going to just breaze through go the automatedshit. That's what Mina does yeah and you're going to bee the Americanasshole stuck with all the other foreigners in that line? Is Ia Suck?Well, we never two hourit's going to happen. The PAGROCAN cust, the LANEAG SCA as and yeah why you should be a dual citizen. You can cut the line at' dualcozenship anyways yeah, we'll be back we're going to take a break en well beat Fack, with the other Italian, the Italian stallian himself, Marko Ricato welcome back to with Nick and Davidwe're here with this week's guest Marco Rocado, who I don't know all this positions oncampus rush, Cair, Dultic Idelta, that's one Le Tor Dad this toadmissions! Well, that's I ti yeah and I know, butI D N- I don't know the other welse. Do you do all right? Let's start then,chronologically again, Soh now well founder in first present of Europeans,an socet sure. I think you that one Turrgat and then leave to guy of didMason, so you get both well. No, I mean I tin, Ka o yeah started from thebottom. You know Nowr Wer, her kind of SCOP, the bottom PLAC sure remain. Itis but resinant Assistant, Oh yeah, you were wearing a reslive tacket earlierdon know, y Don always wear yeah I show up at Parti is rest like jacket,Everyono, it's FINESOS, all good. It's just a very comfortable jacket on right.You ever get. I they look Nice. They look really nice. They are very nice.What else I did ya master of Briaham last year, that was lots of fun o shoutOu the CDI as I have gon O in my life: Oh Rassian,Sofu, social cheer for Delta, Cidelta, yeah lsoh our department. I work for the artdepartment, that's a nice! What do you do? I work as Ike, a video maker forthem. Okay, like I can rarely make videos, but I was ye sure I'll just getdashed to do it for you exactly yeah. I not see this year I switch to creativedirector. I mean I make tash make all the real wordim like. I think we shouldhave this kind of Shis like okay M austhat works so yeah. I cool couple ofthings. So Marco came in with topics, but before we get into those, you canfind us on social media. FACEBOOK, Instagram, twitter at Nick David Showand ICKDAVID show. Where also you can listen to us. Where David, where canour listeners listen to it? Although I guessthey already know that well, okay,itunes, go Playn W play Meis that it andpotbeing bud e. You spotify. I Li on Lolsin this podcast on spotify, so Ishould upload it. Tho spoto, FI lright!...

Well, we'll get on Thasoono, bespotified y. It just it's so easy to have everything in my ap right. Youknow like when you otify persons. I don't like that's notlike the focus for me yeah. Oh, your right was apple e looked music, but thepodcast is a separate af yeah. I mean I'm also on Android, so I'm noteyoudonuse gowhateerit's, not really. I just sat inon bottirfy and all right thinkWi, spotify spotify. It is. I Ma. HAV somet be O poify, so us soon to bespotified. That was bad. So you, what do you wantto talk about? You got a couple things we'll just pick. One, let's see twitTRANSTA start with. Is that I guess a little Mesh, but it's bad. That's veryvire, topical, okay, ther Topica, so ww the word Westing EA Tertainin, you knowh. We all grew up. I feel like David. What do you watch? You don't want for us. Never Mindo! YouKnow Lik, we all grow up with. You know like Hallcogan, like all those guys areall thad, but I stick. I stuck with it. You No okay! I just kind of follows:It's like watching. Just like a cool TV series with just dudes Tan dofullyright andsoibut see. Then he gets very political because yesterday they hadtheir second ever show in Saui Arabia. Yes, so very bad timing for the boys,typ O ebeeively to go forward to Sid Arabia, a show called Crown Jewel. Ohno and yeah. There was a whole thing with, of course, like the murder ofCathology. The journalist yeah was skilled in Turkey. Clearly by the SauoRi right like doe like well, they stued enough fires. I yeah te as one five andthen one guys stole the clothes and wore them out in the streets. It'sAwere Yeah, interesting five and you wel just this big deal because theyalready had a show there at the beginning of they year, and it was surethere was some bad lash because Jus to going to Saui Arabia right like thisnthe counter that is killing a lot of people again yeah with the UnitedStates riht. This is all of our weapons, exact yeah, but this was just awful timing and thewere their excuse to go because theywere, like oh we're looking into it.You know we're seeing developments and stuff like that and literally they saidwell. Other American companies are studeand stuff, so we' also be oesstuff, and it's just the weirdest thing, because, especially when they did the first show they likeJohn Sina, like blessis soul, like he had amain insolly insideof it he had amatch and after the matc she just cut on the vicrophone was like this is agreat country. I love how Progressive Sall Orady says and they were showingthis awful like promotional, video of like women, driving and Saudi Arabiaand, like the brains, be like Oh yeah, this country is great and they stayedfar far away from any of that this time, because they knew right. It's already ahuge train, reck right. If hiy done anything, it would have just lit uplike exactly right exactly so it' just Im. I refused to just watch the wholeshow, because I I was, I was going no say that was gon Ta, be my question.What do you do like? Do you wash and support it? Knowing that that'shappening, or do you like boycott, like what's the yeah? So what I did person Iused to be subscribed to streaming service that they have is celle to win.AM PORK ON INE NE NI month sounds like the prots Er di, but you know you can see all thepayperviews and alltheir old stuff there and you know when I heard it theywere still going. I was O cool, I'm subcribing yeah. I did that and Iactually to follow the results of what happened yesterday I followed- and Ifollowd like a couple of youtubers tyng to like talk about wrestling, shows andstuff like that, and there is this group of guys or based on in England,tere called called a holic and they actually decided that all theproceedings from...

...like the ad revenue for their videos.They also have a live stream of detentions and stuff, like that thatall of it, a hundred percent proceedings, wars going to go to anesinternational. So, basically, even without watching the show, I kind ofwatch a recab, an Rit that and knowing that all my Ed revnue, you knowmitaking on my phone five extra seconds was going o watching the roll was goingto go there. So you know I still knew what happened yeah and he was an awfulWrestan show bike, haecause, nother Mi, I guess to because it's my criticm, soyou like follow wrestling. I follow restand. Do you have a do you V,favorite wrestlers? Would that see? That's a tough one, because there aremany like ecause. My childhood was all about Edi Garero. Okay, he died in liketwo thousand and five. I ronow it was like just broken hard. It was like nineyears old. He was like my hero and and but that was till back when there was alot of problems like pain killers throughout the years like in the S ands wlwe had a huge problem with steroids. Of course it was just a huge steridscandle. You know you had all these guys at Wes dying at like thirty and fortyyears old, because just like super pumped and then you know they wild gointo. CARDIC cares like nothing and then they can, you know, went a littlebit low and then they started having a lot of problem painkillers because sureyou know like there is the whole thing: Oh resting this Pake. Why would youwatch it but like when tyoy're flipping off off the top rope and they'relanding down, eaother guy they're, actually leaning on the other guy, ofcourse, they're trying to lend in a way that doesn't hurt your Omponent as much?But if you're like falling from twenty feet from like the cage and Yourecrashing down on the med like that, man is made out of wood breat a little bitof like a robber on top, but that's it, and so they went from a huge likepainculer dependence that were like quite a few. They kind of had to go forthat struggle, and you know so w when Edigero passed. Itwas a big big thing: Itan intelevision, like completely abandoned the ww we after Cris Benan, who was a Canadianwrestler. He went on this just starid in news rage and O he'l, his son, andhe kills his wife and so right after Thay, like Itanian Television, where ofcourse I used to Follo Resting Realy, all right, no we're not doing thisanymore, and so I got a at Bndonyou for a few years until I came back to the US,so so what Okay David? What do you think of before we started talkingabout it? What did you think of ww like like before you bought yeah before hebefore Marco brought? It ut? I mean okay, so I knew about it. The only timeI actually watched it was when Inin my middle school. We did like a trip to DCand we all Sayed in, like I like two roommates, were all Myke hotel roomsand there's TV and be tosfu trip to dcto. Watch. U Do Munchan tweedifferent friends. We were pizza and, like I remember thinking like like itwas pretty cool like I was like this is pretty dad as and then like. Obviously, I was like wait. Is thisfake, an like it's Taday coordinate and they were like yeah go shit. That was,I go awkward and you said then you stopped. Did you stop watching on? Inever really like I. Never until recently, I didn'treally care about like watching sports. I like to do stuff I like to actuallyplay, but now I love like lavid actually wrustled. I know I couldimagine, but, but I I've Ben the whole John Seen that thinglike I he's I mean kind know, that's like aeasy example, but I know about him because the movies and the media andall this tings and II love, which David has been using on our process butit's. I am curious. I know we believe a lotto it back here, what right now or before, like what? What doyou enjoy about watching it, because I actually like I want to see likegetting that mindset. I guess yeah for me. I think the most interesting partoutside of the outsending Atleticism,...

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You know there are these ten othersthat have not worn for the past ten months. So why do I still have the myroommate in the I think it was winter. Did this thing where it was like? Itwas basically like he picked thirty items of clothing and was like this iswhat I'm wearing is I one F music for the Runh and put everything else in abag in his closet? And you can do I mean you can do that? Obviously, that'sa cool thing, but the real take away there. Is that like? If you can make itthrough that, and if you haven't gone back into that bag for anything, thenyou don't really need Etgon, you don it's crazy. Th like we could literallylose. Everyone can lose seventy percent oftheir shit and be totally fine Eah and see for me that was kind of the springboard, intages applying manmalism to be many other things in my life, becauseyou know you start from it starts from close, but then it just gets to so muchmore. You know because you realize, oh maybe I don't need to be doing like allthes shit or maybe I don't need to be like worrying and making a big deal outof all thise things, and I think it comes down a lot to like being incontrol of what you do and like who you are yeah, because you know like thecloshe is a simple thing is like. Oh I'm going to tell myself that you know.I don't want to use this close and if I can prove that to myself, then I'lltake those clothes that maybe donate them to the good, wayl or Sur find away. Excuse me, you AV, donated to a friend like I had this God, Damnpennyboard in my closet for like the past four years, Lut I just carriedaround it with me. I wrote it maybe once I was like this doesn't make senseit just in my closet. It's there doing nothing and one day like I was havingan r meeting- and you know I was talking to a friend and I go hey. Areyou interested in a Pendy woard? He Gos, who is Wuiat? Okay, a I steincern,Shotoi and IAS say hey like do you want topenyboard because yeah sure, like I awas you know like we love one, but Inever got along to have it. I was like okay cool. I give you one. It was likeall right. It is like a hundred bucgs Yeaho, Panny Ward, but I was like Inever used it right like it's a purchase that I didn't need and Fcluing didn't like make the best out of and o rather have someone that wouldactually use it and like for the whole time like before, started pouring rainin a oever Ohio obviousle. Why you just Ridin the penny more every dayeverywhere and like okay, cool? That's what it's all like someone I'm givingthis. I didn't ask for Mineon, I feelaright this is your peny board nowand you know he's making a better use of yeah than I amand. There has alsobeen like something that I've applied to like mysocial media, for example. You know like cut down on a lot of use of that. You know kind of reorganize. My onlinepresence and you know, tri, to stay away from my phone as much as possiblestarted carrying awroung little like pope like pocket, not notebook Neh andI just like take notes, onthere roter, then you know having to get to my phoneor like ride a note and stuff like that. So it's it's a cool thing. I think. Do you do any of that NIG? I do note ofthat. I've been ACTY, I've been doing so like the physical dclutter and, likeI went through a deep, clean on my room and gave away it's like. Usually it'slike two big trash bags of stufp the semester to like close and other stufftoo to the good will or TURC shops or whatever, but it hasn't hasn't reached.My like, I don't think it's reached. My mental anes get like it hasn't changedtime living. When I, when I lived last year, I didn't notice how much crap I reallyhad until moving out I bout like ten bins and I realize and Hees like twenty,my freshman here packing up that room. I kind of an online shopping addictionand I was packing UN my room, freshman hearand, it Weri starts. It was like sword. Drone like I was like. I don'tneed half of this, like I literally bought so much stuff, just because Icould and it was there and I thought it might be fun and I've messed with itlike twice yeah. I D never looked at it again, yeah and something that actuallygot me started. Kind O on this personal...

...journey. Journeyn with minimalism, hasbeen like a like a youtube word that SOS a great podcaster. It's calledbreak the tweet bring the twitch that'. I need specifically about that becausethe twitch is because now on the episode, you got the one click on right.You don't even need to like Eddit to the car and go tol this sans. We shouldjust click. One Click and two days later, its in your Gad, Damn Mailbox,Yinter woster, even if it's something thatis Cimin from like Southeast Asia,Customa Shit was from China that I was Worrieng exactly, but it's like it'sjust there and it's so easy to get it. But it's kind of control yourself likebe in control like tell yourself what I do when I'm purchasing something now orwhen I look at something thatready on is: Does this add value to my life andif it doesn't, it doesn't need to be there, because I'm not saying that youshould like have no possessions right like something that I really like is tokeep like printed photographs, and I know that they clatter of the space andstuff like that. But if t, I think that they ende to my life and so ik keep Te.You know what's interesting to me about that. All that is. That is how closelyit relates to like will power yeah, because a huge part of allland shopping,and I mean part of its thes, just the ease like like one plick and everything,but also checking your phone like it's. It's a it's like a decision that youmake, but you don't think about you just do it, but if you start makingthat conscious as like it do, I need to check this right now. Do I need to dothis right now? It turns into this whole other, like kind of process, and I think whatyou're saying about not taking your phone with you o're, not looking at itusing those books. E said it's huge part of tit, because there area lot ofstudies that show the best way to have good will power is to remove yourselffrom having te Havil power so like you, won't eat the cookie, if you're not infront of it, and so so huge part of that is just being like thinking aboutthat in advance right, so that you don't have to actually deal with itwhen Youre Yeahand, that's notthing, like I really like the connecting thatto the will power aspect of it, because I've kind of had a little bit of like afew experiments in willpower like this summer. You know I was chatting withmake earlier about running like I never ran before.In my life I I was just I just never did like I used to be a tennis player,you don't Real Ron, it tennis, I get a Loe Sprints Bot, wit ser, and I used tobe like awerful like I were on like a hundred feet. Os All right come down,not even thats great, like a normal riners. All Right, I'm done, and I toldmyself all right. You know like I want to be able to run a FIHTA, and so everyother day, or I put my shoes on and you know, get out and run, but the hardestpark was to put those shoes on Eai's Sike, Oh, you know hey. I got my counthere and it was like in the middle of the summer I was like you know. I couldjust be eating my ice crean. You know in front of the TV some AC Cangrat, butyou know I will put those shows on make that first step and be alber running orlike for. Like three months, I completely cut off like added sugarsfrom my diet that was't the worst thing ever is if you've know me like at anypoint, I got the biggest like sweit totej Tas chonka Salami Oe, Chi cookies ice cream, like I couldjust live on there, but I was like you knowwhat I want to like. Prove myself, that I can you know, be okay without sure,and so I cut it off just cold cut. You know U well once once you're doing it,it becomes it's like I'm so out of shape. Now, but back whenI was like playing club and like division, one nice cool socker, allthat it's like yeah putting the shoes on it. Getting getting ready to go forthat run is really hard, but once you're two miles in it's like I'mGoinna have to go two miles back like if there's no at that point, it's toolate to make any other decision, but like once you once Ou, you have noother option or once you even start, that's when it becomes like easy andthen you get at the end of it o. like wow lik that feel great out right, youknow, and you just need to remind you- that it does feel great and Tha. Thereis kind of dead and resolved after you...

...gon through all it yeah. The otherthing that is interesting is talking about. Like you, coller like your subscriptionto ww, I have a lot of subscriptions Tan Ba,like I have NBA, I watch all the BESKETBALL Games, Hulo Apple Music, at my families, but I use like I haveso much stuff that most of the time I don't even use, butthen, if I do because I pay for it, I feel like if I have free time, I'mgoing to use it because I'm paying for it right versus getting like that. Isometimes wil use that as an excuse. You know you want Ta, go to the gym ordo you want to watch Ho? Well, I'm paying I'm Fay for Hoea Exactya Sout,like I also I get in these phases where, like I'll cut everything iill all earnnothing, I'm never like. No, I can get rid of Bulu and keep apple music likeno I'll be like get rid fit on. I Dodn't need it. You know it's figting that balance, but I thinkalso it feels good. You know when I donthave to juggle all those ubscriptions or don't have to worry about, like yeah a that's interesting, no yeah, thedeclarer of the digital space that something that was definitely importantto me. Not just all ing me reorganize, my files in my laptop right, but kindof like all the cantemn sobscrition emails that you get yeah Ou. You knowyou don't really think about your lie or right Toleav, but it's I tat'sreally taking time out of your day that you could be steving in or running orright. You wantto Subscribeer, you just mark them as like junk, not see what Ido. I fully onsubscribe okay. Well, they take some time, but whenever Ireceive and like even the other day like I receive, they can email fromlike a nei like airplane company, they like I've, not flong with yeahe.Basically, I say why Mus you subscribe to this, and just you know you scrolldown. You take those two seconds to click on opsode Crie, because I makesure that they're not lying to you that you're actually full em rigizing rightand you know you don't have to worry about it. N David. You should do thatfor those phone calls you've been getting in Mander and oh ih've beengetting so once a day. One time. Last year I kept getting this phonecall day. I don't know if you guys have this happen, but they use your thefirst six digits of your phone number yeah. So you think it's somebody inyour area, so it looks like your phone Hav Ben Yeah, O Feia to so I got likeFourne o like this o Yeah Weh, but they use somebody else's number. So then,sometimes, if I call back it's actually a person you pic OAND, sometimes peoplelegitimately call me NSA. Did you call me? I say no and it took you out torealize, like Oh wait, they're using your number using my number and so howLi got I nember. That's probably ISI. This is unrelated that I just want to.I just want to throw backh at speaking of like phone mall functions,a toll think freshman yor second semester. Freshman here, don't knowwhat happened to his phone, but every like thirty seconds. It would call ninehundred and one Henhe couldn't turn it off, and I it was so funny watching,because the Niben one operators were still getting so tired of his shit, butthey couldn't like block his number anything because it was like thisacayto, yeah, yeah and so theyso they be. They called me like. Are you okaybut yeah and hang on? And then, like thirty seconds, like t the same exactracton? That's my favorite like phone, that's so tar it was so funny, but they but yeah my so find Ou. I trying tounsubscribe to that service. I want. I want to cruise basically of those thatfake you know physiating and they said price to to be connected.So I actually went ead and did it and I said hi you guys have been calling me Iyou know I want my Brus. Maybe wanted me to be twenty five or older, and Isaid I'm actually not twenty. They want you to as soon if you'R, over twentyfive Oueer kind of Carter and Youhav...

...establishmonand. All that- and I saidyou know, I'm not twenty five and I'm not interested. Can you please hemosubscribe me and in the background it's ther I' managing it sounds like one ofthose called scam call senter yohear bu like hello, sir how's Yo thisinand. Youknow what he said to me: WHATL, you think he'd be like. Oh, are you sureyou Kdon't want a know? He I was in lowry and he said: Hey Man Sut my penus,any my God. No, yes e swear o Gud and then I called back- and I said some mad.I said some bad things. I said I think I ikd fuck you likeICOPS, like I was Tad. I put the phone down everyone the louder at the table.A was that they wer, like you, okay, but after that I've gotten more calls.That's why to think what you Wan Lik Snti, don't actuall, likete fish Yeahi,see NAT Nexti Nex a they're on be Lik. YEAHOCR, just tell you social securitynotso. This is crazy, but I think that's all the time we have okay rightyeah. So Marco, thank you for coming on. Thank you for having me, I didn't thinkyou're going to talk about either things wo talked about. Tha was good El.The more you know yea. I guess. If you want to learn more about minimalismlike I greaways just follow people and just or talk to Marco, his phone numberis Forolvino Yeaha Gaay. You can learn a lot. I started with listening to like CragAdams, who los like a Outugam podcaster, bring the twitch which really heard ofand Madia wel those are kind of Bein a f guys, a yeah again like I do my ownthing, Ruth Tha. That's always the important thing you know do your ownthing, but if you need inspiration, anything like that, those are goodstarting points and the reason the document since we're talking aboutsubscriptions. If I subscribe to net Flix, there is the Documentashiminimalism. Actually hilet directed Obo Avela. Okay, it gets a little weirdjust so the two guys like they're great they're, great. You know it's a verynice introduction to minimalism, but they had this thing like whenever theymeet someone to go, I'm a hunger and they hundded people and just get solkyeah. That's SOMG like if you come U to be like Hie lk shbut is tha intrestinginterlection in the worldall right, we're gonna wrap up SOTHAT's it ikaksagain David anthing last no I'm gonna Watch WV, Oh yeah, I'llsubscribe to ww,but unsubscribed to oi can Besso sometinyeah so next week, basicallyyou're not goingno your neck. This is Goinna turn into the Marken Day with ArCoiarww Wosterwwa Sowwwyeah, just oswwwf yeah it was th, it was the worldwrestling was no because it was the world wide Rightyeashn. Then it becamethe World Wrestin Federation, but then the world. What is it then? The widelife worldfind so ho GEA. They wie like we're, gonna sue you and they're like okay,we're going to change. The name ended in a very smart way because theystarting having as like about yeah company that said, get the F out whicasvery smarkl and G Inthe S, you know, and so then it become wwe, which iswe're all wrestling, entertainment, so hey. I think I think when you'reediting this, you should end it with just a slow fade out of Marco talkingabout that...

Oo. Do Yeai'm, gonawall right well,they've already heard of it becaus my favorite Ol, my favorite Dev that we'vebeen Tishu put, is lining the sand. H, I'MSO great, it's it's the entranceteam for evolution, which was one of the best stables with Rick flared,triple age, Battista, actualy young re Warton all right and is antually bymorhead. It's a very coo cooltsythat's, going to be ha, we'rejust hthat's Gona, be your entire presence on this show all right. I'mending.

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