Ryuga, who was boasted of being the strongest, finally fell and any means of stopping the God of Destruction were lost. Rago emerges victorious effortlessly. Gingka and the others don't give up and challenge him to a battle, but Nemesis, who had obtained the power of all the star fragments, repels their attacks. Aguma makes a plan to attack Nemesis and sends King and Tithi to attack it until it switches to an Xtreme Flat tip so it's defenses are weakened. They do so and Aguma and other Legendary Bladers attack one by one with their special moves. But, despite all the attacks, Nemesis was still spinning much to the amazement of everyone to which Rago says that he switched to a defense type performance tip instead of an attack tip. The plan fails and Nemesis repeatedly attacks and wears out all the opposing bladers who lose their hope. Sudden, Ryuga becomes conscious and get up and chooses to give the power of the star to Kenta, one of his friends at this season. With Kenta's new power, the Legendary Bladers starts to fight back. But is this power enough to stop Nemesis?
Erik Aude (@erikaude) is an actor, stuntman, professional poker player, and the subject of 3 Years in Pakistan: The Erik Aude Story. This is part one of a two-part episode. Make sure to check out part two here!
This is a story of human resilience, mental and physical toughness, and how a wrongfully imprisoned American on death row in a foreign land protected his mind even when the world seemed stacked against him. This is part one of a two-part episode. Check out part two here!
[00:00:49] This isn't just a detailed episode of locked up abroad. This is a story about human resilience, mental and physical toughness and protecting your mind even when the world seems stacked against you. I challenge you to listen to this episode and not put yourself firmly in Eric's shoes. This was one of my favorite interviews recently and I hope you agree. We've split it into two parts because it was so long. I just didn't want to cut it short. And don't forget, if you want to learn how I book all of these amazing guests and create these relationships, you've got to check out Six-Minute Networking . That course is what I wish I had 10 years ago. It's all available at jordanharbinger.com/course Those are invaluable skills. Now here's part one of Erik Aude.
Jordan Harbinger: [00:02:30] Awesome. That was easy. All right. What were you doing before the prison stunt? You know what, what, what was going on? You were working as a stuntman. You were an actor.
Erik Aude: [00:02:39] I was recurring on four different TV shows. I had just finished working in the movie Scorpion King over the course of a year and a half, and that time also I'd just finished Planet of the Apes will Mark Wahlberg, and I had a pilot that I had book called 360 that I was going to start. So I had a lot of great things going from me. My dreams of being an actor and a stunt man were paying of, I was a working actor stuntman. I was able to pay all my bills, doing what I loved, and I had everything to lose and nothing to gain by being a drug smuggler, it was just bad luck, bad timing, and just really messed up what Rai did to me.
Jordan Harbinger: [00:03:21] Yeah. So that's pretty fortunate because you think a lot of people, there's a lot of people in Hollywood that are at 41, and they're waiting for that break and you were working already.
Erik Aude: [00:09:40] It just ripped me apart and I wasn't supposed to make it through the night, let to last the week. And then as time went by, my odds started doing crease. I was told never walk again, a couple of years later I'm walking.
Erik Aude: [00:09:58] Because all I was doing was waking people up. Like my mom's boyfriend at the time, there's this nice guy named Rod, he would come like I would get these sharp pains through my body that would just, it felt like glass is just going through me. And it turned out to be like the worst kidney pains because I was always in pain and things were always passing through me and I would start screaming in the middle of the night. So my mom's boyfriend would come into the room, he was dead tired and all he could do is turn on that Nintendo and play Zelda next to me until it passed. And I went back to sleep and I just remember thinking to myself like, it's weird because there's like a siren going off and here I am nine years old, eight years old, and no one could do anything. And it got to the point that people started just ignore me because they knew they couldn't do anything for me. And I felt so, like such an inconvenience on them that I started just screaming in silence.
Erik Aude: [00:11:19] And it happens. It's not even when I'm sleeping, it's when I'm awake. They just start to come and like to my sides, like literally do this, because it just starts to get really bad. The cramps are just terrible.
Erik Aude: [00:12:04] I remember it was 1920, and then, yeah, so stopping over at Sweden was great. I mean, I stopped in Sweden during the winter, so it was always nighttime, but all the people are blonde, blue eyed and beautiful. And during the summer it was really cool because the sun would stay up in the middle of the sky at 2 a.m. So you're walking down the street and it's completely deserted and the sun's over your head. And I don't know why anyone would want to film a zombie movie in America when they could save so much money by going over to Sweden or another Scandinavian country during the summer and just film there when everyone is just totally all asleep.
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Erik Aude: [00:20:34] And it helps them complain about their own little everyday lives because everyone loves, like I said, everyone loves to complain. No one is grateful for the things they have until it's all taken away from them. And that's why I appreciate my life so much more because I've had everything taken away from his, because I've had so many bad things happen to me in my life. I mean to me Pakistan was just one of many bad things have happened to me and my life. But I've had so many things happen and I just learned to get over it. You get knocked down six times, you get up seven, and that's the only way I've ever known how to live. Pakistan, which is one of many things that bad things that happened to me. Last year, someone decided to online bully me and because of a joke I put on my page, you know, my dream since I was a kid was to be a stump man and I was accomplishing that dream. I was hosting these stunts parties at one of my restaurants in Woodland Hills. And I put a joke on my page that I wish they didn't put, but I've always been a sarcastic guy. I had gone to this audition, a friend of mine who was produced in -- I don't know if he was producing, but he introduced me to a producer and writer for this low budget movie where they were looking for people who have PTSD. Now, I absolutely qualify for that.
[00:26:51] And whenever I say something's going to happen, it's going to happen. I always stick true to my word, I always have. A man's values only as good as his word. And I think everyone, when it comes to bets, you know, I pay all my bets. If I lose a bet, I always pay it. If I say I'm going to do something, I always do. If I say I'm going to show up somewhere, I'm going to do everything I can to show up. And so I told Rai, I felt obligated because Peter, I vouch for having Peter's back backing out, even though it wasn't to Pakistan, I still felt obligated to make this happen for my friend, because I don't want to leave him hanging. But also I didn't want to lose this opportunity even though I was working all the time. As an actor, I know the highs and the lows come, you work all the time. It's feast or famine. So I don't want to lose this opportunity. 2b1af7f3a8