Mike Tyson Smokes the Toad
When preyed upon, the toad secretes a venom that repels predators by causing them to, in scientific terms, trip balls. Psychonauts discovered that you can milk the toads' venom, dry it out, and smoke it. The substance's close relative, DMT, is an active ingredient in the traditional shamanic brew known as ayahuasca, but what they say about smoking the toad is that it's like riding a rocket to the same place of total ego death that ayahuasca takes you to by riverboat. So Dr. Gerry sat in the podcast studio at the Tyson Holistic office and explained the toad to Tyson and his co-host, Eben Britton, who is a former NFL lineman turned cannabis advocate, with a canyon-deep Tony Robbins voice.
They succeed by understanding what they don't know: namely, how or why 11 people work in concert together after the ball is snapped. An NFL team on the field is an organism, which is why baseball-style analytics don't work. There isn't a battle baked into the center of the game that can be studied. Around isn't a Moneyball solution waiting arrange a Wall Street quant to acquire rid of all the scratching after that spitting. This is more about being behavior and tolerance for pain. By every moment on a football area, 22 X's and O's are all the rage constant motion. Actually, 22 human beings are in motion, and that's anywhere the problems begin. The combine treats players like animals, which they aren't. If they were, all this would be easy.
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