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Lexie Brown | Average To Savage EP102

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This is the one hundred and second episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Minnesota Lynx's guard Lexie Brown. Paul Guarino talked with Lexie Brown discussing her time in the WNBA bubble aka the Wubble, her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, and a review of our interviews with her in 2018 & 2019. Follow Lexie Brown https://www.instagram.com/LexieBrown4 Edited by Golden Goals Productions Videos courtesy of the WNBA, Minnesota Lynx, Aaron Burrell, and The Hoop State Podcast interview with Lexie Brown was originally recorded July 11, 2020

This is the average to savage podcast with Paul Greno everyone in anyone, athletes, sebs and much more so, if everybody. Welcome back to another episode of the average savage podcast. Or special guests. Today it is Lexie Brown. Lexie, how's it going? Good, you know, it's living my best life in them in the bubble. Yeah, I appreciate you coming on. So actually I'm about to almost release my hundredth episode and I only I only record episodes of people. I didn't repeat guests. So you're the first repeat guests apple hundred, because I yeah, that was my that's my goal. I was like, I'm not going to do repeats stufuff, because that doesn't make sense to me, because I want to get a hundred different people. I'm worthy. Yeah, so after a hundred, I don't care, I'll get anyone. Oh, yeah, you're the first one. So so that's history. Three. I'm specially young. So anyways. Yeah, so what what has been up in your life in general? How how is the bubble life right now? Well, the bubble life, I mean when you say that you're living in a bubble, it sounds like prison, like and it's not like that at all. So we have. I'm living in a hotel, so the hotel on the IMG campus, and then some other people are living in, you know, like little apartments type things, and it's all really nice. I know some something surfaced on twitter that said otherwise, but I went to one of the villas yesterday and they're super nice. There was a lot of space. The hotel is Super Nice. I was in Minneapolis last week for about almost two weeks and we were doing individual workouts and, you know, just getting to know our new coach and staff and, you know, getting to know some of the new players that, you know, came out on the team. So like our whole team is like new. I think there's like only five of US returning from last season. So we've just been getting to know each other and, you know, I finally be able to just lock into basketball, you know, for the first time since I got back from oversea. So it's been really nice. Yeah, now talking about last season. I was your first season with the Minnesota link. How did it go? It was amazing. It was so nice to be on a team and in a situation where you felt needed and appreciated. I learned so much. I had some really amazing vets on my team with me, like Samona, Augustus and Odyssey Sims. You know, we didn't. You know, we didn't play up to our potential, I don't think the whole season and I think that it was a learning experience for everyone. But the organization and the team is incredible and you know it's a blessing that, you know, I'm a part of it. And now last season, or last oversea season, you went to Israel, and how was that? Israel was so much fun. It's like a party. So anybody are you thinking about going overseas? You've got to stop at Israeli's one time. It was so fun. There were so many Americans there, a lot of the NBA players there. It was like one big family really, because all the cities and teams were pretty close. I think the farthest team was maybe an hour, like right under an hour. So we were together all the time, going out, playing against each other, competing. It was a really good time and Israel's beautiful. The the culture, the people amazing. So if y'all got a chance to ever go to Israel to visit or play, highly recommended. Were about where you still there? When like the coronavirus happen. I literally left right before. I mean obviously it was happening like before, but when it started getting like that global attention, I literally just got that came. So I missed that that, you know, European band, travel band, I missed all that and goodness. Yeah, obviously that was good. Yeah, I mean what was your life like like when you got home? I mean, obviously you probably want to do a lot of things...

...and you couldn't. Yeah, I had a lot of plans for home, like a lot of plans. You know your overseas, I mean Israels a little bit different. You're not really stuck in the house like you maybe are in other countries. So, you know, I wanted to go like on a vacation or something, but I got home and you know, everything that started getting shut down at last shut down a little bit slower than some of the other places, but you know, that was march. It's July and they've re shut down Atlanta. So clearly, you know United States test some work to do. But and then I was a lot I don't work out at my house for a little bit because all the gyms are closed. Thankfully, we had a gym to to whoop in. So that was a blessing. So I didn't go without that at all. Basketball, but like weightlifting and things like that, I had to, you know, do that in my garage, which was different, but we made it work there for sure. Know, what about like just for seasons in general? Do you do like set goals over here? Yeah, definitely. Yeah, so you got you got any this year? I mean this year so different now because, you know, I just had so much momentum. I will I personal thought. I had a lot of momentum of how I played overseas. So I'm really prepared to step into this new role for the summertime and you know, I still have that you know confidence. Momentum not so much because you know, you have to be on the court. But I just want to obviously my main goal is to be the best shooter in the League. That's something I definitely want to do. But I still have to think about my goals a little bit because I have a very different role than I did last year. You know, Sheryl, coach reef, has me running the one a lot, a lot more. I'm probably going to start at that position, which is completely different from last season where you know, I got in the game and my job was to shoot and that was it. So now you know I'm in charge of making sure everybody's where they're supposed to be, getting people the ball where they need it, where they want it. You know, that's something I did all through college. But, you know, two years of playing a different position, going back to my natural fit at the one. I'm excited a little bit nervous because playing the one at the this level is definitely harder than people think. There's going to be an adjustment period, I think, but they've given me so much confidence. So first goal is to be the best shooter in the League. Second goal is to be the best floor general. I don't know if I'm going to get that second with miss here or not, but it's definitely a goal of mine. Just going back to the links, I know you had. I don't I don't want I don't even know. I don't remember the number. It was. Twenty three, maybe twenty six. What your career high lashure was? It twenty, even though I I don know about that game as we've lost. So all right, I don't even carer we weren't. We don't. We're going to go to the next question. Yeah, with the black lives matter movement going on, like what do you want to see change? Shot? That is a very loaded question and know how to ask it. Yeah, you know, there's like a there's so many things that need to be changed, but the I guess I'll just speak on the something that I'm passionate about, I've always been passionate about, is education. Okay, and you know everyone like, Oh, the kids are the kids are the future, the kids are the future, and you know, everybody starts off as being a kid. So like where we keep going wrong with these sure generations, you know, starts in schools. I think that it's so important. I think curriculums need to change. I think that we need to put more classes that help kids and people in life a little bit more, and then also classes...

...that kids are like interested in, that make kids want to come to school, make kids want to be around, you know, their teachers and their and their peers. Put in more programs to have kids before school, after school, and I know at the end of the day, all that cost money. So I just think that just money needs to be allocated a little bit better. And you know, you've seen that with the defund police and all that kind of stuff. I think that, you know, lawmakers, politicians, they need to make a conscious effort to improve school systems, especially in, you know, poor communities, not necessarily just black communities, but definitely black, poor, black communities. Um, because I think that's where it starts. You know, you can make a you kids their brains or sponges. So, you know, it's our job to mold them. And if you if you go to a school with a classroom that has forty kids, one teacher and for textbooks like, I don't understand how you could even possibly think that a kid can learn in that environment. So I think that US as a country, we have to do better, you know, the education, especially with you know, elementary, middle school, high school. Yeah, definitely. I mean especially now because I mean probably going forward in the faults going to be all online and you know, yeah, like many kids have access to online like their own computers, and I don't know, it's just like you have. It's just such a big divide, you know, between and it's not, I mean it is a race issue, but it's not always it braces you. It's a it's a economic issue, but the fact that people are ready to put schools on online, knowing that there are communities that probably don't have more than one computer in their house and possibly more than one child in the house. I could just doesn't make sense. We just have to even more. We have to put a better effort, I think, towards education. For sure. Yeah, definitely. I mean I think. I think other countries do it, so I think we could do it. Other countries do a lot of things. They're like, Oh, that's nice, we're going to do it this way and said, yeah, it's I mean it's pretty interesting when that, when you look at other countries. Yes, yeah, going going to Duke. I know Carol Lawson just got hired today. That's amazing. I remember when we first problem. First and foremost, I'm super sad that coach p decided to step down. My experience at Duke was incredible. I loved being coached by her. So want to say that first. When the there was like tweets going around about, you know, who they were going to, you know, consider hiring, and I know I tweeted at them like please hire a black female coach. You know, I'm not saying that. Oh the lets, you said hire black people coach. So we hired a black female coach, but I just felt like, you know what, the environment of the world and sports right now, you know Duke, they had an opportunity to, you know, make some noise, make a splash, make a I'll make a hire. That, you know, made sense and Kara's so knowledgeable of the game and I've been able to have some conversations with her, you know, the games that she's covered of mine, picked her brain and, you know, I'm super excited and I think Duke needs a little bit of a revamp, I'm not going to lie, and I think here is the best person who can do that. All right. So, basically, we interviewed the past three years. This is the third year and I'm going to bring up the video now, no, and then we'll watch, like I'm going to do it, and then we'll, yeah, see if this work. there. First of all, what is my hair going to look like? That look...

...kind of sad. I look play yet I knew it was coming. All, are you ready? Yeah, could my family all the time energy that they've put into me developing as a basketball player and a young woman. I'm the least I could is repay them with going hard every day, keep it a positive attitude. Talking of them every day. They show shower me with so much support and love. You know I mean. I wouldn't be here without them. It's not true. Now I know you move around a lot. Obviously you're younger. How did that kind of helped about who you want today? Seen Blood of place? Yeah, no, when we moved it was like we would stay in places for long periods of time, so they didn't really feel like we were bouncing around as much as we were. Our family super close, so you know I was was with them and for the majority of that time three siblings, but the majority of that time is just the two of US moving around. So you know we were always together, only two years apart, but the most part Orlando was home for most of the time I was growing up and my dad was one who's kind of bouncing around. We always ended up back from Orlando at some point. But living in always differ face is really fun. Gets an experience out of you in things. Meet so many cool people because a lot of it that's what I haven't even on an airplane, so you don't be able to experience things like that such a young age is awesome. No, he's smart. He's smart, well spoken. Love. It was a better, worse than you thought it was. It was better. I mean anytime you talk about my family, literally, you could pull up any interview you asked me about my family, I'm going to say the same things. They love me, I love them. We're super closed. I talked to him all the time. That's funny. So now I'm going to ask you questions that were asked in the interview and that's where the editing comes in later and we go back and then it would be funny. All right, so let's see. Oh, why do you why do you think it's important to build your brand outside of basketball? I know it's so important, especially with our league. I think that the way the web has been growing in the last couple of years, especially for social because of social media. I mean I remember growing up, you know, there was I wasn't walking around here. People mentioned wnba players, that WBA, you know, as a league, positive or negative. I mean some of the conversation has been negative, but you know, at least there's being a conversation. I think it's super important and I think us as players have been doing a much better job, you know, reaching out connecting the fans, especially since we have those platforms, you know, to be more in touch and engage with our fans. I wouldn't you, you know, take advantage of it, and there's so many opportunities out in the world that are that are everybody's fingertips, so I don't why not go get it yourself? It is important, I think, because the balls going to stop bouncing eventually and you have no idea when I think that in this day and age it's so easy to show the world your personality and your interests and when you have like a platform, you have supporters or fans, I think it's so important to interact with them and show a little bit of your personality. You don't necessarily have to show your entire life because you know you have your privacy obviously, in your life that you want to live, but there's so many opportunities out there and being a professional athlete just open so many doors. of You work so hard to get to this point and you might as well, you know, share your your personality the world. Definitely, and if you go back in time and talk to your younger self when you first started playing basketball, what would you tell your so I would love to go talk...

...to young Lex um. I think the biggest thing I would say is just don't listen to anybody outside of your circle. I remember it's funny. Yesterday I was actually talking to my mom. She was ran into one of the basketball rankings people from Florida from when I was younger, and he was they were talking about how they ranked me like the fifteen best player in Florida and like eight grade, like really, who cares, but it's eighth grade. But he always was like, I don't know why everybody ranks her solo. I always thought she was the best, and my mom was just like does it really matter, like those rankings, like there's just a number next her name. And I know at the beginning when all those rankings start happening, you know, when you start, you know, playing a you it really bothered me that, you know, people didn't really see my potential and how hard I worked and stuff like that. So I would tell you know, younger original myself, that that stuff shouldn't even bother you. That's not what you play for. You don't play for rankings, you don't play for accolades. You put for yourself, you put for your family play because you love the game. Met To her first. I'll be like, girl, you're terrible, like you probably should be gonna not late, but I was just tell her to keep being who she is. You know, you don't really see, at least at my age, you didn't really see many like super grily girls playing basketball a high level. And you know someone who's so focused and driven and a lot of people with tone you're you're kind of rude, you're mean, but you know, I was just really locked in and I was little. So I would tell already you know, stay who you are, stay focused, because you see the bigger picture that maybe some people don't see, and it's going to pay off. What about? Okay, so you said, you said you were funny. Yeah, you think? You think you would ever do stand up? Be like black? Yeah, me and like gripping up very similar senses of humor, very dry, and I think mine is like more like conversational and like a lot of people think, like when I say things like I will, some people don't know if I'm joking, you're serious, which is why I think I'm funny because, like, you never know. But like, if you like the office, parks and break like that's my that's my area right there. But stand up is hard, like I don't know, but you know, people into there's like people on twitter like they could be stand up to Comedians, because really all about stand up is just being relatable. So I think I just sat down for a little bit. But it's also nerve racking because when you say some people don't laugh. It just like like where do I go? For me here. But you know, like I'm more like a like does she really just say that? Type of funny never inappropriate, just sometimes. Also, we can't really curse that much, so that kind of takes the edge off of some humor. But I've noticed I can't you, you know, I just have a little cups still of little people watching me, you know. So I can't be you know, thrown around f bombs and stuff like that, even though you know, cat Williams is my guy, like, but if you wouldn't be, just listen as boo boo boopoo. So yeah, Stanta comedy probably out for me. Okay, all right, absolutely not. Be Like I'm not I'm not a joke teller. You know, I'm funny like in moments like my reactions to things by STANDA. I'd like considered it, but you know how hard it is to be a standup comedian, like people like Cat Williams and Kevin Hart, like they have me cracking up just by storytelling, and I'm also a terrible storyteller. So absolutely not. Never. No, this is crazy because, like, I literally listen to the interview and, like you, you pretty much said almost the same thing. And then you did but you talked about Blake griffins. Oh yeah, because, like his humor is like super dry like mine, but like in like if somebody, like, if I tell a joke and no one would laugh,...

I would like cry, like I wouldn't be able to recover, like I want to be able to recover from that. Yeah, like this is kind of crazy, but all right. So what makes you to myself? Why? God's I'm saying I'll do these years. Who Your Way Happier, though? Yes, what could what could links fin and expect from you over the next few years? Be a lot of growth. You know, something that I've always enjoyed doing is coming a place one way. And you know, every year bring some different, bringing some new growing as a person, growing as a player. So that's something I'm really excited about. You know, we get the Luxerry, you know, being able to go overseas play, work on our game for a couple months and come back, you know, sometimes as a completely different player, as a better player. So I'm really excited to take on that challenge going overseason playing and then coming back here, you know, something new, and hopefully being able to increase my role in this team. Let's see, links fans can expect a lot of three pointers, a lot of smiling, a lot of happiness and also a lot of work in the community. So that's something that I really am super passionate about. I just never have had time, you know, if you go from one season to the next. So I'm hoping in the next two years I have a little bit more time to be out in the community with kids, doing camps, giveaways, you know, things like that. You know, I'm just super passionate about that, for sure, are all. We're all done with those ones. And then my question was, what was your first impression? When me and my boy Aaron, came to interview you two years ago in Connecticut, I was like, why do they want to interview like? That's literally what I thought. I was like, you have all these people not going to play, like don't want to know who I am, and Y'all want to interview me. So I was definitely happy that, you know, I was getting a little bit of attention. So it was actually funny because my boy that he's the big WNBA guy. He told me. He was like you got to interview Lexi Brown, like she's Dee Brown's daughter. Yeah, exactly, that's what but no, I know he knew you from Duke though too. Yeah, most people know. Well, it's funny now because I've liked been posting some pictures with my dad and like literally still to this day, I saw people like Yo, that's your dad. Oh No, that I was like really, because if anybody follows me playing basketball, they mentioned his name at least once a game, no matter what, like literally, it's never get someone nerds but I love it. And then last year I asked you. You were in telling me how you felt about the jerseys after you wore them. So what do you think of MY JERSEY? Yeah, because they changed, they didn't have the numbers on the front, and that's what we were talking about. Yeah, we're like, realize that stuff. Yeah, they didn't really bother me. Yeah, I liked our Jersey's. My Favorite Jersey's, though, are we have these gray jerseys that I really love. Like we have like a cool logo. So, yeah, they were cute. Our Jersey's are cute. Most of the I think is like the whole league went through like a whole rebrand of all the logos. All the logos are kind of dope now. So, yeah, I like them. Minds a little big right now. You know, I lost some pounds during quarantine. So your fit grind? Yes, how many? How many interviews have you have you done like in the past sis a year? Shoot, I don't know. I mean not as many as you would think because like in Israel, like that was six months so that I didn't do any news when I was there. Last year, during this season, I did a time like postgame, Media Day all that, and then this year's been like kind of weird. So I've done like some like...

...instagram live stuff, some zoom stuff here and there. I don't know, like some people like they all like lately. People all like I want to hear about your struggles as a woman in the sports field. Struggle, the struggle that like can we just talk about something happy or something like? I don't want to always sound like seem like I'm complaining or, you know, Um grateful for the opportunity that I do have. So I've been contacted about like some interviews and I've kind of just ignored the request, like on instagram or something, because I like they Shun't tell me what they want to talk a lout. I'm like, I've talked about that all the time. Like something different, something fun. Like I did one interview with this girl Jenna, and she had a drink and I had a drink, like a add a glass of wine, I think, Shit like a beer, and we were just like drinking and talking. It was like so cute, like things like that. I like doing stuff like that. What's funny? You say that too, because I was like a man, like I want to do Alexey still, but like I don't know if she's gonna want to do it because, like, you know, the bubble and all this. I was like we got a bar upstairs, bar downstairs, like yard, all right, whatever, just drink responsibly's all they asked of us. All right, so this, the next second, is the average savage questions and they're going to be a few that I'm going to go back on the other one too. So the first one that we just did was two years ago than this one's just last year, but then I got some new ones to okay, so what's your favorite song right now? Who My favorite Song Right now? That's hard. It's gonna be in the playlist. So I got the average savage playlist. I like. What is my favorite Song Right now? I think, hold on, I'm bad when it comes because I listened to like so many different types of music. HMM, Oh, I like. Oh, what's popping? The remix with Jack Carlo. Yeah, that's a good sung. What's your plap? Your Social Media Platform and choice? Instagram, but twitter been popping lately, so I don't know, it might be twitter ring right now today. I picked twitter. All right. So last year I asked you what three Jersey you want that you don't have. So I'm curious if you got any of them and they were actually do you remember what three they were? No, you want to take any guesses? Is Michael Jordan one of them? No, I don't know. All right now, you said good ones. You are right, you, Saul. I said, okay, you say Colin Kaepernick. Oh, facts, Damian Lillard and and Kobe Bryan Twenty Four. Yeah, it's the I mean rest in peace, but getting a Kobe Jersey. Now get it. Can you get them? Ever, let's see. So I have not gotten any of those jerseys. You were jersies know, Mitchell Nest sent me my dad's Jersey, so that was nice of them. So to which one? His Celtics Jersey? Green one, and then we were looking through storage and I found an old Orlando Miracle Wnba Jersey. So I have one of those. That's the old WNBA team that my daddy's to coach in. And I got a can grife junior jersey, also from storage. Okay, Mariners are reds. Red's is white and red is dope. It's really big, though, but I can make it work. Oh yeah, I forgot. Oh Yeah, so, actually I forgot. So your dad started following me on on social media, so I reach out for him to get on an interview, but he just...

...left me on red last year. Hates the two interviews he's done. You're in quarantine. have been with me because I've made him so all right, yeah, he's not a I mean when he talks, he like doesn't shut up. But you know, getting him to that point, I gotta be like something like me being like that, can we please do this together? And then he's all in. And what about do you have a mentor? Do have a mentor? I mean I talk to my parents the most about all this kind of stuff. So I want to call him I mentors, but no, like I haven't. I still have not like well, now I'm too old, probably, but I'm sure, like I could still, like I never really had that teammate that you know. Oh, I mean, I guess I wouldn't call Samon my mentor, but she was like the first teammate that I've ever had that kind of was like let me help you. Yeah, so it was nice because, you know, growing up I was either like a team already for a while or, you know, one of the better players and then eventually, like always the old like in college, the older player, and then, you know, my first year in Connecticut, it was just kind of like, okay, looks he's like on the team and like Simone was like the first person to be like I got she, like you ever need anything? He's struggling, I got you. So I want to call him my mentor because I don't want to call it that. Yeah, but she's definitely someone I could, you know, call up whenever I need something or going through it, specially in the court. Yeah, now I feel you, because I only ask that question because when I was interviewing a lot of people that kept on talking about mentors. I don't really have a mentor, so I was like curious to who is theur mentor and then like does their mentor know that they're their mentor? And and it was fifty percent of the time they didn't know. Yeah, it's just like so it's like funny, you look up to but like that's not a mentor, though, like some type of relationship with someone. If that's why I so, that's why I was just like, so, do you ask your the person that be your mentor, or does it just happen? It happen get so, like yes, that's why I was been interested about that question. So I'd ask you that. All right, so these are the three that I asked you last year. How do you feel when random people ask you to play one on one? On the face like no, I don't want to play one on one. Well, do you see freaking Steph curry on the street, are you going to ask him to play one on one? No, especially like grown as men. I do not want to play you what I want and I don't want to play you for my heart either. So don't even ask that. I get that as that more than just play on one on one. and Oh, it's so annoying, like I don't want to play you one. I'm sorry, I had to. I had to bring it up. I want to throw up, like it's so annoying at this point I'm just like, y'all have to know, like this is not I think you will do it, like, not to be funny, but it's annoying. It annoys me. This is this, this is going to be so great, like when I play the back to it, it's going to be. Okay, so no chick fil a for the rest of your life, or you find your soul mate. My mindset right now is I need chick fil a more than a something today, yesterday. You could ask me in a couple months my mind might change, but right now it's chick fully over everything. Oh, soul may for sure chickfulate.

I love Chickula, but it makes you fat. So I'm going solely. You know what? Last year Alexey said chick that is sad that. It's sad. If that tells you what kind of mental space I was in last year. They're that I picked chick fil a over a soul me. Also, that means I'm helped, I'm healthier because eating chick flit forever no longer is, you know, appealing to me. And last one. What's something that people don't know about you? Let's see something that people might not know about me. I don't know. I like watching like weird TV shows, like I mean, they're not weird because obviously, but a lot of people watch someone. But I like watching like like documentaries, like series. So like my six hundred pound life about to say. I was about to say documentaries aren't weird and then you had sick under pound life. So they're not weird, but it's just kind of like what people are like Le See how do you watch it? Something that people don't know about me? I really like asmr videos on YouTube. If you don't know what Asmr videos are, people listening. It's like people making like really satisfying sounds on camera. So like someone doing like or something well, although the the like bang videos where people are just eating like in the night. Yeah, yeah, I've gotten to that part of Youtube and I can't get out. So, my God. So you're telling me you're bored and you just go on Youtube and that's how you type in. Oh, people know about the youtube black holes. They happen, and I got into the asmr black hole and I loved it there I did. That is pretty random. But you know, do you remember what you said last year that I can cook? No, Oh, what did I say? You're talking about the shows that like people have weird fetishes and so, oh, Yep, still watch those. Yeah, I mean often there's. Now I'm too busy watching has in our videos. I can't, I just can't. I'm literally gonna look this up out. I got know you're talking about, but like I need to see like what comes up. You have to, and there's like differ, if there's like levels to it, like they have ones that like make you put to sleep and they just have like one girl that I watch sometimes it's like literally hurt just putting lip gloss on, but it's like really, you'll see. It's like they just do everything extra and obnoxious, right into the microphone. Well, you tell me something new. Actually, I got one. I got one last question. You don't. You don't have to answer if you go on. But do you have any questions for me? Have any questions for you? Who is your favorite WNBA team? I can't that. That's not I can't. A neutral not an answer. It doesn't have to be belonging. I'm not a fan. That I can't. I'm not a faintly. Who who's your favorite player? Yeah, I'm not a fan, like, I can't. Well, okay, album. One more. What is guilty pleasure? Yeah, that's easy, like candy, Sour Patch kids. That's imporing.

That is boring. People are supposed to have like crazy guilty pleasures before, like but you, hm Ah, you're talking about like well, I don't know. Instantly, I just sort a belly like foods. I mean that's a guilty pleasure for some people, for sure, but usually it's like something like nasty that like nobody really likes but you love, like people who like peeps, Marsme love thing or candy corn are well, I'll tell you another like weird thing then. So I usually when I'm feeling down, I put on on the secret on Netflix and I just I put it on and go to bed because it's like about like positivity and like thinking like that. That's nice. I put on when I go to sleep and I'm feeling sad. But now I've been feeling really positive and then I put it on the other day and like good stuff been happening, good manifestation positivity. It's a it is a real it's really real. Well, I appreciate you coming on the course. Good luck this season. Hopefully everything goes hopefully. You say you got to stay safe. Obviously. Yeah, so far, so good. So you know, we get tested every day, which is annoying. Yeah, if, but everyone safe like they've done a really good job getting this together. I must say. Well, again, appreciate it, and you want to let the people know where to find you. Follow me on in stuff, Le See round for and on twitter, like see Kaya underscore for. Also fall on Youtube if you want. I'm probably not going to post that many more videos on there, but there's some on there that are funny and that's just my name, Lexie Brown. Why are you going to post on the more? Because I just I get so many more views on twitter. True, I'm just I just applied for the guy. Just last Terry was text was calling me about the little twitter amplified thing, and it allows you to post videos that are longer than two and a half minutes and I think, up certain minutes. Yeah, it's I'm going to start posting up like flogs and stuff on twitter. I'll tell you. Follow me on snapchat. I'll tell you this, though. On Youtube of the views are more accurate and I don't get any accurately, don't get any views. Okay, well, again, I appreciate it and you know, if you ever need anything, you can let me know. Thank you for having me again. We're are yeah, we're doing this. We're doing I told you. Actually, my friend Arran told me today that I didn't know there was this guy that I think you probably like decade is life to follow, Muhammad Ali, but I'm not going to do that. Sorry, actually, but yes, I do. I would like to interview every year because, like that's just random that it just happened. Should be your rookie year. Now you know. It's finely, all right. Again, appreciate it. I'm going to end it this time for real.

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