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Episode 2 · 3 years ago

S1E2: Gentrify

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In our second episode, we take a look at the changing dynamics of romance, Elon Musk, Kanye West's love for porn, gentrification, and waking up early. Guest starring Wooster's own Ian Ricoy, listen as we navigate the world of podcasting and try to figure out what we're doing.

Is this the crusty Cran? This is Petri. Is this the Christograp? This is petric, just a crusty crab heloi'm welcome to with Nick and David.We are back for our second episode massive shout out that thank you toeveryone, wo, listen to our first episode and the huge even bigger. Thankyou o the people that came is feedback, quick rerfresher with the formaut ofthe show we each came in with about. Like I don't know one to two topics onhe topics: Yo ICANON was one all rightagain just before we start there.You can follow us on twitter at NIC. David show that's at and ICK David Show.We also have a facebook page now so like this on facebook to stay updatedand the biggest news from this week right, we are on itunes big deal, soyou guys know that we're official and you know we're getting a lot of phonecalls lately saying: Hey Man, that's great that you're in Ituns, but you nowlisten to these phone calls they're asking me: You know: how much does itcost? If is on iety? How much does it pot STAV? It's free? Okay, it's apodcast, it's free, subscribe to us on Itunes and give us some five stars onthat on the rating you know smashed that like but and we're Sitin also onPod, being follows on social media till pick up all that, let's get to it.Let's God to it, make! Yes always you can start. I have my first topic, soI'm pretty I'm pretty good a recognize, a click bit right like I don't I don'tmess with stuff that I know is just designed to get clicks, but every nowand then I see something and I have to click on it and that's where this topicis coming from: Okay, okay, so it's a basically a guy. Tell a story iswhat I put on okay and it's about a tender day. He went on so basicallywhat happened is this dude mash with the girl in tender and they talked alittle. They talked back and forth. He thought she was really cute. Look upfor instagram. She was an instagram models. She had like thousands offollowers like he thought he was really lucky and everything she text them. OneThay and was like hey I'm super busy. I can't go out with you right now, butill get back to like two weeks is I cool and he was like yeah sharer likenot expecting her to ever like reach, Ot tol him right so then about twoweeks ago by and she text him she's like Hey. I have time now you want tomeet at this like park or wherever like public space and he's like yeah cool, and so he shows up to the park andshe's not there. He can't find her. He taxs her and he's like hey. Where areyou at and everything and she's like I'll, be there in a second? Where doyou want to meet and he looks around H, n ther's like a stage set up for like apublic event or like a concert or something's about to happen, and sohe's, like, I don't know, there's a stage here like it's kind of crowdedand she's like cool wel. This is be by the state, so he goes up and standsnext o the stage and he's standing on the stage and he's waiting for her andwhile he's waiting for her to show up and meet him there, she walks onto thestage with two body guards and she's like hey guys, all of the guys in theaudience right now and she counts out, like twelve of them, she's like andthat's what all of you ont tender, I'm an instagram model. Here's whatwe're going to do. I want to hold my own version of the bachelor. I have allthese challenges for you guys to do and go through O my Goda. Everyone wasconfused as fuck and there are other like other people too. It's like public.Everyone else is here, and so the guy is telling t e story. I don't know anyof the channelges were because he left he took off, but apparently some guysstay there photos of this online of the stage and her and the people whoparticipated. So definitely look that up. If you don't believe me, but allthat started making me think about modern romance and just how things aredifferent now, so thanks to they are different, you know with dating APPs.There are also a lot of trends, so you know, like young people aren't marrying divorce rates, are higher, people arewaiting to buy houses longer, and so my question is just: Do you think thatthere's a difference between romance today and Romance, I don't know, and the good old dayslike? Is there a tangible Bo? Let me start this off by saying that you knowI have a twenty year old man, so I had no fucking clue what romance was likeway back to the day based on personal experiice yon know like I had middleschool fligs, you know what I mean like yeah, but yeah, but so we all know truelove. You find in middle school s...

...exactly so, but that's pretty creative,though I mean I'm playing devils Avacano, but me Opnot, like she's,probably like one of those instagram model influencers, you know, which is ahuge prece. Now, like fitness models, yeah, that's like a aand woman like notJey knowbut, like that's a big deal. She wasn't honest, which was weird andit was kind of awkward and so yeah people would ticke off. But I guaranteeyou if she that's something that hasn't been donebefore so did people actually stay and do that a some of them Saye, but likewould you would you say well serve with that? That's not like modern romance meis the right is different, but I mean because even like I don't know how manyseasons of the Bachelor bachewearing o that stuffs like, but I got used tinderone. I feel like there's a completely other way you have to go about datinguntil on tender and already social mean than like in person an person I dontknow how to do because, like there's a thing of a wer behind a profile onlinepeople don' know if it's eally you and so obviously it's weird. If you matchwith somebody and you're like hey, you want to get coffee well, TAT's terpeople Wright a but then also you'v got like everyone's looking for. I, likesome people, intender, are just looking to fot or hook up, and some of them arejust liking to like hang out, and some of them actually want something likepangible yeah, and I guess that's true in rear life towhen you're talking to people, but I feels more pronounced somehow like it's,it's Weirder, I don't know yeah I mean like I'll be honest like before istindered even like Mashcom and all that stuff. I was like damn like watchingthose commercials being like. We met on Matchcom, we're happily eer after andbest person in my life like I was like that so stupid, like yeah, it neverhappens, but now I mean trass forward. Like seven years later I mean like thisis the reality of like and I'm not saying that, I'm sure a lot of peoplenow meet their Significananoug, Oh yeah. I have. I have friends who are stilltogether years later after beting on those sites, so yeah its a thing.Imagine like our kids in the future ran Yo, say: Oh, like Mom Dad can I go outwith this person. I met on tinder. I'm sure that kind of already happens butlike he'll, be more kind of socially acceptable because no kid ever tellsher p. This is kind of a side track, but I ninth grade DCR somel. If you'relistening, I apologize in advance. My ninth grade English treacher met herhusband on Jany. You know Jaditis. No, so it's like it's like Christian Migle,but it's for Jews, Tu, it's literally it's Jeni. That's a it's a fun fact mom. I know you're listening,you want suggested, I get on Jadid and I still resent you for them. Yeah, but SOSO. My Ninth Grade Engliteacer met her husband on JDA, literally typed, in like her zipcoateand how many miles away she wanted and found him and now they're married andlike happily married, which so do you have to. How do you know that, like youhave to like answer, questions oprove, your o? No, I have no idea. I reallyont. I've never tried to Golikhere's what I'L say. I cannot imagine, and I know life is not like the movies.You know, I'm not stranger that but right. You know when you have thosemoments where you meet, somebody that you really feel like it's like. Oh myGod, this person's amazing. You don't really have that opportunityon tender, because it's kind of like your first swiping left or right,depending on whether you think your shees attractive right interest and allthat then you're talking and it's kind of. Like a you know, a sales thing likeyou're selling yourself, like you're, seeing out the other pers like that,your Planin yeah, but, like I mean I met my current girlfriend like straight out of, like I didn't, knowher for an entire year, an as long o college through Nick Yeah, and I waslike, Oh my God, like where's, I haven't seen this person all year, likeBlahblah Blah an we help, people how we met when we think about it. It's likeDaing, this pretty cool yeah and then Les Your parents, Miht Parent, but noweveryone's like OL Wa match on tinder. So you think there's it e bigdifference. Is that you'reof tender you're judging someone on the parencsand then you have to go through thiswhole process where you sellyourself to get them to even just swipe on you. You have to yeah, prove and inperson you can like just make that instant connection yeah, but then againlike I mean I know it's not like the...

...movies and then but it's on flipsideright people follow these traps of you know all my life needs to be like amood. I need to write a guy or gricis also this ye and that doesn't work. Youknow to take care of yourself guys. My Me Gas Diny, a small sylem I'll, take adouble triple boty to Lux. On a raft, four Bun, four animal styles, Extishingles with the Shimi and a squeeze like ax of Grease, make it cry. Burnitam like I wim. We serve food here, Sir Nak did you catch the award show lastnight, Oh God, what a word show a few moments lay tell you catch theworship,you don't know what I'm talking now. I have no idea what night of Septembersix in Los Angeles Two Thousand Years Lateter, did you catch Thea wordshow. Idid not catch the wordshow one etamity Lat toim there was awardceremony for Pornography Yeah Man I like that. I said pornography is, is aporn, but we don't know anyway all right. So so talk to me what happenedso Kan wes was on Gimy Kimal and one of the questions he got was youreimagining your daughter as an adult dating and men. Looking at her andyou're very very worked up about this prematurely. So might say: Do you think about that? You think thatfar ahead- oh, I think lifetimes and lifetimesahead, and that- and you actually areimagining like guys- The objectify you feel like your attitude towards womenhas changed since having daughters Na still look at porn, Hump- and I did hear about this- was liketrending an new mord. I didn't look at it, didn't see what click itor uptweeted it con west being like that's kickges. Here's a free lifetime premium,thatoe Shit, okay! Now this escalates! That was one thing, and I was sorry. UThat's pretty funny and as someone myself interested in public relationsand stuff yeah, that's that's WHA. I I was like Wew, that's Free Presse fromthat Jeez. You know condy West, going to the porn, an right which WISFANTATIAC, you know whatever for SOM yeah yeah. So now last night was thefirst ever inaugural awards for Pornhoup, Okay and just like the Oscars.They had categories all right as they have like you know, most Popular Malport, startd wit bout toll me, Tonyo, Weaas't alo, one of these kind. Well,they had most popular females, Lik a cote, popular transgender Porn Stars.They even had instagramer of the year celebrity of the year right now, whereKanye connect to this was he was actually the creative director o JesusChrist, or this show what the Fal, and so they set the show in the yearsixtynine. Eighteen that has this futuristic thing. Okay and everyone onthe stage was wearing easy clothing. That's never been showed before rightand the award. The Oscars equivalent right were sexals that Kanye Westdesign. What like deal Thois, but because it was the future. This is likethey were like Ales, like something you would read about in the onion like yea,not reall. This is dead serious and so I'm wondering like. Are we entering apoint or we trying or the CON businesses trying to make por nd morelike more open kind of fens? Because that's the feel now, when you hearabout it on Jimmy Cop man, Youre Ca, yeah talk about it, but still it'sstill a hot topic of whather pornographies, even like acceptable ornot. I feel like it's definitely bect becoming more acceptable. Like I'vedefinitely heard more and more people talk about it. I don't know if that's agood thing or a bad thing, I don't either that's I mean like there's atstatistic. I remember the number but there's some statistic that, like theoverwhelming majority of content on the Internet, is porn like that's what theInternet, his being used for, yeah, okay, so like which- and the onlyreason that Wut exist, is if the majority of the people in the worldwere watching. It alright were at least those with Internet connections.

So it's been around like it's beenpopular like that's, that's a thing I don't know of talking about that. Imean in general, I'm a liberal guy, so I want to say, like yeah talk aboutyour sexuality, be open with people, but also that seems like somethingentirely different and I don't know how I feel about that. Aner's Artic, likenow this in the Guardian and all that either citiquing itits, saying look howgoofy tat this is, but at the end of the day it's still press and anythingcolony tdoes is going to get blorn out of proportion. I didn't really payattention to this until today, but Kane West sells, like merchandise and stuffyeah overprice like easis, not right, which is kind of Whan Yostar is aclothing line of tshirts now with Porho Wao the winners, Oh artists, likepainted the winners like me, men and woman on these shirts- and they say,like you know, like best ass of the year so and so fucking hanting of herfor him or whatever the category Ore Tallright, so I'm and that seventy fivedor. So I'm not on board with that. I mean I'm not horrd with him sollikeoverpost clothing in general. I think we canall agree that to that, but that's ridiculous! That's like youshouldn't be commercialized. I mean. I know all porn is literallycommercialization in a single like nutshell, but no I'm that's crazy, yeah,you're, right that that was not ready that and you ere not ready for that. Itsounds like an Arti al from the onion, but yeah. That's CRAZER, stuff. Yeah,we're going to take a break you back twelve seconds, lateter! Welcome back! You are again with Nickand David we're just talked about tender and modern, romance and TPORN.This is an interesting episoe allright. I have one more topic right, you're, acar guy rum. This is IA, can't believe you just want Ron until Mi. This iskind of carrelated kind of not Tesla Fuck, yeah yeah, specifically Elan Musku. Recently aphoto has come out of elaman musk smoking wheed. I don't know what stateit was in we're going to sue. It was Californiawe're going to probablyCalifornia honestlyso. That in itself is not that bad, but Tuzla has alsojust recently started drug testing. Their employees so essentially they'retelling all their workers that they can't smoke or stokely recreationallyand the CEO is goin going public because he's smoking. So I don't reallyhave a question I mean just. What do you think about? Yelling must like Iused to really like him and now he's kind of kind of like kindof he's losthis mind, yeah and SOM by probablem. Here. Isn't that he's smoking wed? Isthat he's tinking e because he has the ability to and he's got all this moneyand everything and at the same time I don't know if he was involved with thedecision to drug test the workers, but you know this is all insurance benefitsright purposes, probably yeah. If you tell your employee insurance peoplelike none of our employees, take drugs or anything. We have documented evidue,O everything thatall the costs get reduced right right, just like. Ifemployee doesn't Textan drive, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah insurance ischeaper, and so all these employees is probably just the thing to makeeverything yeah si'll. Take that I'll. Take that Naser, but is Ston Yeah notat all, but that's probably maybe a reason. So I had my personal opinionneeds to go tweet out us. Do you think you an Lus yet yea, your nay, why thisNol Yeah? That being said, for the sake of time, we are going to bring ourguest in after this short commercial break. Welcome back. You were once again withNick and David, our guess today. As for a physicist and Recippeng of Thenobapieace prize an Meccoi, he is here in the studio in welcome thanks for havingme right ice begger question: Do you watch pornography? Why is that your ice?Breaker? No! Okay! Do you use tinber?...

Yes, Gan! Do you smile? Do you smokeweed? You don't have to answer that in croorgan Washington, Yes, fair enough, he's pass smart, all right! Those wereall ovour topics beforehand, just say: You're up, Todat anser. What do youhave for us when you pring in well? So as you as Nik, you know I intrest ICOsomeon was urban paying because it's get so much time, Rigtteang for tea, soyeah. I spent a lot of time in dearporn Detroit the summer and I got methinking about Oran fanning all these issues and one of those Tas people liketo make a I guessmasiou out of it's pletanon issue, Ison gentification. Ithink right, I think gentrification gets a bad drap. People really don'tunderstand interesting hot, take yeah witl, you yeah yeah, so I guess framingthem. An use is like we hade this idea that it's basically a bunch of gutpiescoming into these etiatly diverse, maybe low and COMEE EIS right andkicking all them out when that is very far from that reality. So I guess Igots sone of thesic statistics here so great yeah. Did you know that F, the gentipication that's taken placebetween twosand four, two Hoen thirt fourteen and log US demographic that iscontributed to increase in property values. Anywal whatnot has been blackhigh school brads. They picture is three: three percent of the increasingpovur vality were onl. Twenty percent of college educated wites have? Whereare these statistics, so tes sixes are from a study from University ofPennsylvania, Tasha Yeah. Also, a study on Philadelphiafound that of neighborhood, where they define moderate to intensely gengifyexisting ristancs for only one percent, more likely to move out of those thatwere intensely intenteified, Oly, four percent. So I guess I guess my initialreaction would be so everyone. Everyone thinks just brief. Debrefuntentification neighborhoods as they start attracting more people startedattracting more businesses, those businesses move in theyre, usuallyupper class and they drive the rent of, and then the people who can't afford itmove out persice. So my question, I guess, would be that's all about dengraphic right. So that's nowt demographic is one thing, but I wouldwonder about the class of mean. Obviously, obviously, Rac Ing Class arewink, but for those neighborhoods that are only one percent, more likely to bewhite, I would be curious to know what the average income is for people acrossthat. That's interesting, though, that's that's actually reallyinteresting. I've never looked up. Statistics you're right that everyonejust kind of assumes, but so the people that are living there, that aren movingout are either able to afford that higher cost or their salaries.Adjusting with inflation an ye, what I would assume yeah most of the time,they're able to be able to cope with the Hiri Cossan building. So basically,so what that tells me is that Chention pocation is what people think of whenthey think of Gent. CAIFICATION is happening not in poor neighborhoods,which is what is u generally assumem, but in upper plass middle plas averpretty much I will say it's pretty complex, yeah right natirally, you dofind the othose hot spots like an emission district in San Franciso andsome parts of Brooklyn and obviously like illegal dictions, are illegalright and the DC. I know like e IPOs, get all the headlines Yeah right, butsituations that make the headlines don't represent the vast majority orthe majority. F viewers can't see me, but I am sitting in the middle of twopolibel genius and I'm in a I am climbing and then I'mdoing my best understand what the Funot do have a question so because I dothink that these studies- particularly talking about you, know middle class orUPP upper middle class families having to move somewhere else because, likethe top ten percent, are coming in or is it lower? It's a loter, no, itsbasically like us, three won graduate more the ones who are ganging we're theones that are forcing people who didn't get in Educationor, yeah lover,sociayeahit's yeah, it's bunch of single tins forcing out families right.That's that's what that's well the...

...attentions from. I would nate to dosome more research into this. If you're listening, feel foree t do your ownresearch, but that I've been thinking about that hows.It's interesting to think about. You know if you did some analysis on this,not just the bay area, but you know, as people are graduating college and theyhave to move somewhere to go a get a job. Are we pushing people who avealready living an hour away from their job to an hour and a half like I ithappening? You know yeah yeah, so it's possible that we could be seeing like you know, move to possibly like moreEuropean style with a rich living center right before we move off thistopic. I have a film recommendation for the both of you and because you'reinterested in tentrification and Urban Development David, because you're fromthe bay area have either of you watched blind, spiing, Ono whati'ver heard t it, so it justcame out of it's literally about gentripication in the bay area. And yes,I HAV that's with thoms Jefferson from Hamilton Wa. What? Okay? What do you wait? At's W with the blackan the white? Do Oh yeah S, a Oh yeah, you're right, yeahhundred percent you'r right all right. I totally forgot that was a connection yeah. So it's about it's aboutgenterfation of the Biy area and it's a white down a black Bot of for bestfriends and the Black Ay is on parole, like he just he's working to to bereleased. Andit's, just about race and racialdynamics and like the realities of being different races in the nay areaand in the US ind general, but it also does touch on like there's, there's asceme where they're like cookie marder, whatever gets turned into like a Vegan like it's a burger joint, but theyorder burgers and they get the burgers they eat them and they're like theseare awful and they turn them over and they have began stickers on them andthey're like. Why are these Vegan? The workers like? Did you specify that youdidn't want to be converter? And it's like this whole thing with Efocation,so really good movie, there's also some like poetry, kind of wrap, stuff thrownin highly recommended very good yeah, all right, yeah yeah, so yeah,something a little more ot more laxx than that nentrfication Gos. It Song IDavis David Jis, physically LIKEO. I relieve ontheeah something I've beendoing the summer. An I' trying to do trying to do this this year is wakingup, earer Intreste, so tell us more yeah. So there's this don't know, Iguess kind of famous video you've probably seen it about this marine whosays, waking up UT, four thirty grate yeah right, I'm S, I'm sure, last lossof listen IV seen it and Ma you haven't you're, not Suportinour troops, yeah yeah, so its so somethong. These givs,like you, know great time workout, you know get gets your day started, but thereel Wi Hil thing that got me on board was that that's when you're waking upearly thats time. That is all yours. So you know we have class or maybe yourjob right, at's all trying to steal daylight hours from from your day. Butif you get up early, those are hours that no one is trying to take from you,and so I started woking up early Geaing Ubo six o'clock to go work out and I'mnot a believer like I love getting a brok. What time do you go to sleepthysically? So I try to be inbeded by ten okay, because I take a a while tofalsely. There are a bunch of health benefits. You know whatnot o know therforyour brain the one thing that was also like motivate me was that thatyou're, like they'd, be more successful. If you loke up bearly, you know cgeos,especially like overly such a like seam jobs and Remsetebert. Listen, Massylon,Mus yeah, don't think it's a choice! Yeah, THAT'SWO! So listen to this. Ninety percent of executives, wake up before six AMMon the week days and nearly fifty percent of selfmade millionaires wakeup at least three hours before the workday actually begins. That isinteresting. I've also feel like I've, also seen. Studies that say staying uplater is correlated with success, though as well could be true. What Iwas going to say earlier is that, if the- If, if the appeal to you is havingthat time yourself that you're not in classes, couldn't you also get thattime by staying up super late and...

...sleeping Wi? No doubt no doubt youprobably could right. I think you have that looming. I need to get sleep. Whenam I going to go, go vent thing kind of Looi, Mi, tats, aboutit also ourgimcloses at ten Pao. We Pas, I think, it's interesting what you brought upnit. You Know Thee. There is a difference. I think waking up early andstaying up late. You get your uninterrupted time, but what youtypically would do in each of those instances is different, who the hellwakes up at six in the morning to play video games for class just like whostays up until two in the morning and says I'm going to pump this ionond thengo right to sleep. I'm not saying people don't do that whatever I guessthat's what I'm trying to figure out is like you know, I do I'm a kind ofperson that likes to study. I do my work and I go home my room and I liketo play games before I go to sleep ou of the podcast podcast. You knowwhatever, but that means the later I stay up and the worse. I feel theearlier wake up and so there's a sweet spot yeah and that's why I didn't go tothe gym really. This week was because I stayd up really late doing a work, butthen I was like I don't want to just go to sleep. I want to breathe and havetime to hang out. I guess well. My question is: Do you find that you havetime for yourself in and Dou desinate time for yourself in Ha Day or later inthe evening, where you just kind of Yeah Yesh? I think bout Anineren, aninteresting point that you know the time you know you're more, like thy, dodifferent things if you stay play versus wike up earlly, Harvard studentsaid that, like you know, I thought that, like every time I set Berlian,you know sometimes it was to study, but more often than it it was watchinganother episode of Netflix it was stamped pay more video games. When Ireally would have just been satisfied with right what I planned to whyt, I think L, I think, there'sprobably also a balance there, though, because ave been waking up early, thisSemester D, I feel much better, like I feel great, I'm getting workouts init's good, like it's Undenid, the good, but last semester. I stayed up late andat like one and I get text from from people like hey when we go to talkabout.Woe like hay want to come, hang out and so, like you, are kind of trading offthe potential of that, if you're the kind of person who would hang out withpeople later, who a sue, you're trading, lot, aout yeah, Yoyoure trading off,which, let's be real, who does it yeah, especially when you had a littlelittloo? No, but so, if you're, that kind ofperson, if you go to sleep early and wake up early, you're kind of tradingoff that time that you spend with spend socializing for time working onyourself, which is fine, you can make that tree. That's I'm not bashinganybody's lifestyle or anything, but I just think that there, if you're, thatkind of person becognizant of that balance it again and take care of yourselves guys,rip back Niller you sleep in on the weekends. What timeyou lake up Wori, what's Staras, not as his formate, he is well yeah. So, yes,soits, like my weeks Lik, I don't sit in alarm long Wen weekends, because IItry any sleep y lose I tryg to show up, but because I do that because I di Lokup early Foro fuv days week. My six schedule just naturally wakes me uparound the seven Te Europ one ou've been doing that for a while year. Yeahwell- and I'm sure I mean I like Believi, you said to Nek a and you dothis and I I know I've been waking up early sleeping in for me, a D. Inaturally woke up last Saturday SI fifty in the morning yeah I didn't getout of bed yet, but I was like okay and then I went back to sleep and I it waseight o'clock and I was like, Oh my God. It's late I got up whereas, like lastsemester, I would wake up at eleven and say okay time to play. You knowintermeral, cycer and thenit's for in the afternoon exactly and eventally inAsyou Day yeah, and that's partly why I also you know: Maybe it's because I'mgetting old, even though I'm only twenty, but I really do like okaycan.How many times do you think you send your twenty f this? This episode, I'mgoing to turn twenty one in Oneighteen Ius, seven, Eleven Wat Shit! No Davidis not a math meajor, er tit's, eleven yo, so peaking of you, this healthykind of lifestyle. You know you're...

...inquitage, yeah, Hiy, Qui, yeah. We letwe let our last guest the magnificent Tristan Donhop pimp his potentialEspresso Club, so got any as you want to throw in here. Yeah. You know. Ifyou're, if you're due O or a Gal, you should consider playing coodish in fullcontact. Instromel sport, modeled modeled after the support and BooksofHarry Potter. Is it is it in Taalho as club, because you play other schoolsright yeah, a pay club, I guess Im Mus say: Is it's a Genger inqlisiv rightCrio, a so gener ECLISIV Luke competitive, ful contact, yeacompetitive. You know if you go to college, complete major weak, it's agood time as combination oft rugbing, an Dogbile Yo fe like one or both thosesports andchase. This copen sends tot. I think that is about our time so ann.Thank you so much for coming on exactl and thank you lis. There's our secondepisode. Yahi mih have o made it this horward. Just kthink we've beenactually a pretty interesting episode. We haves L, L Butthis, one seem morecohesive to like yeu'ere all over the place. Last time and this one seemedlike there were a couple of Maon areas. We had I gues yeah, but before we end this, just aquick reminder. You can find Tus on twitter and Social Midia at Nick DavidShow Petty Spellit and I ckdavid show Pi ta you for the Welcomeyeah bcaus NeMess Ui five times you TRTO. We are also on Podbean, which has APSavailable for IOS and Android. If you're, not n, not the person. Like me,we are also now an Iton, so search with NIC and David and wo come O appepodcast, whatever Dein callubscribed toand, we are free. So not us as avisuals bar show, is free, we're actually quite prizy Eos Askin, howmuch amm out there it's feebut! For now, that's what's going on with mean DavidAll right.

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