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Amy Winehouse: Rehab, the Muse and a Rare Talent
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You heard at the top of the show that wasn't great music. That was a preset loop from my mellow. John called mellow Tango flash flash flash. Vk one I've played you that loop because I can't afford the license for sexy back by Justin Timberlake. And why would I play that specific slice of rapture inspired cheese? Could I afford it? Because that was the number one song in America on October twenty seven two thousand six and that was the day the Amy wino- us released back to. Black her smash second album and album that would skyrocket. Her superstardom. Make your an easy Merck for both the 'paparazzi and her demons a suffocating reality. That would kill the very thing inside of her the pushed to make music in the first place on this episode, a mellow ting electro cheese, a fleeting muse and Amy winus. I'm Jay Brennan. This screen. Eyes were open as she walked down the sidewalk, Jason Kim, Gordon square. But they were far away distant they may as well have been closed AB wine. I saw none of the chaos around her as she made her way down the London street from Holly arms, her local to her flat around the way, the cameras there flash the intrusive. Shouts for members of the 'paparazzi in their commands. Do this don't do that house reg when was last time he saw Blake. When are we getting new music to Amy it was white noise as disruptive as it was she could no longer. Register. She walked down the street and affect her thousand euros junkie stare. It wasn't difficult. She done her time the shooting gallery, even shoes off smack in even as she was drunk. She knew how to project the gays Amy would trigger self in thinking about something else music. Always she watch her voice as sound of it. Was a physical thing that could be tracked visually. Amy would a melody sometimes one of her own something she was working these days. It was usually a classic from the torch song from one of the jazz greats. She admired and studied Sarah von Tony Bennett. Amey would imagine that melody passing over her lips and rising up into the sky loading freely. Limitations cruel world, it would move with ease around the clouds from left to right linking and sliding imagine. Bars of some cosmic scale, a sonic manifestation of emotion. Welling up inside a heavily mascara vision board one of those transparent acetate sheets music school. Teachers place on old new foil projectors layered over the reality of the unwanted fame than complicated. Her world the same world, she tottered through alternately out of forage heels and bloody ballerina shoes. Simpler times school was out. Reality is in and it was a mind fuck of the highest order celebrity was a twenty four seven invasion. It scared away the muse before success. The muse was like desperate bar back last call just they're eager in easy. But after success, the muse became allusive every so often Amy would corner of amusing when she did she'd rapper tattooed fingers around his throat push his chin up in a way that gave her access to the part of the neck below the crux of the job just under the ear. She'd press her lips to his tight skin, and like vampire litter hot breath, penetrate, the moment, she could feel the muse giving into her sliding one hand to the small of her back palm her head with the other pressing the tips of his fingers to massage your scalp, gently while she moved her lips and tongue about his neck when the sweat started. She knew he was hers her heart would swell. She could feel ourselves smile. Aisling laughing swooning inside feeling that old feeling inspired. Celebrate Tori in need of a drink. She turned to the bar for quick pull on her pipe and then back to the muse he'd be gone. In his place. The lead of thousand Suns flashing popping interface lining, pushing your blood devotional ratcheting up or Zayed's backing into a corner leaving little room to think to create feel to love. So citing your songs across the sky was tactic defense mechanism away to block out the paparazzi in a way to stay rooted in creativity. Sometimes it worked most times it didn't today was working. So Amy was happy arise smile turning up. The ends of her lips as she walked on by. And the Camden summer air cooled or skin and the bustle of early evening was kicking in time for Amy that had home from the pub nighttime was not the right time. Not for Amy too much temptation to slippery slope wasn't always this way. Though. Amy wine was used to own Camden, nightlife and her own couldn't care less kind of way. Candid, nightlife itself was a different thing. Then as well. It was the epicenter of cool. The north west London neighborhood with its markets record stores and bookshops was home to a bar called the and the hosted a party on Monday nights called trash Earl Alkan visionary DJ host to lodge trash revolutionize the UK nightclub scene with John defying music, he spun and the performers he booked trash propelled, British club culture beyond tired Britpop. And it's where those two star crossed lovers electric. Tar in the big beat the slutty electron electric big finally said fuck it jumped in the sack together club's demise is too close in the rear view. But in years to come music nerds who write about this sort of thing? We'll come to recognize the trash was influential as not as it CBGB's velvet rope line studio fifty four in the early two thousands electric music was no longer lane. More precisely its offshoot electro clash was the height of cool. If you're one of those people who drum machines pre. Programmed retrigger drums, had quote, unquote, no soul. You're either old out of touch. If you were lucky enough to make it past the fashion police door to trash on the Monday night. What you found riding on the dance floor to the angular guitars and filthy beats the raptures house of jealous lovers LCD sound systems, losing my hedge was a sound of the new millennium in urging sexier rock and roll the embodiment soul. A gym dance course stone sauced sweaty sexy. Twentysomethings some of were about to write future pot. Trash was basically over hersal space liberties scruffy, London. Indie band that find rock and roll for large swath of British acts like the strokes kings of Leon white stripes, peaches and star making DJ on the make Mark Ronson all hung out at trash all artists whose influence is felt widely. Today's pop music as I write this the morning after the sixty first annual Grammy awards, Mark Ronson and Anthony Ross Mondo the touring Ivars to replace thirty liberties are busy sleeping off the high winning the Grammy award for best song for lady Gaga shallow. How's that for influence? Also in the crowded trash on the regular, Amy wine house. She could be seeing crushed up against the stage of early libertine performances at trash and trashes promiscuous air genre. Bending music programming can be heard on her Mark Ronson co-produce second album. And of course, trash is where she met Blake Blake fielder. There. Love was instant hot impassioned. And like most of what would come to define their future relationship illicit, Amy and Blake we're both seeing the people, but significant others could not significantly tamp down lust for one another. It was all consuming and for Amy inspiring. Blake was amused. The love he brought to the party was compelling the drugs brought to the party where another story entirely coke speed pills heroin and crack were all in play and they played against Amy's inspiration. Her demons always just touch below the surface where easily called into. Action to speed her descent into the grimy addictive underground that a new boyfriend traffic Blake fielder mover shaker drama, maker, roving gambler with the rambling tongue in the faraway is thief junkie the future, Mr. Amy line house. Who Tang clan? Shangri LA is salt and pepper. Donny Hathaway all ended up on the mix. The mix playing on repeat and Amy wine houses head these artists and more singed, Amy wine house, their musical influence on her was both obvious and subtle depending on who you were talking about. But the one trade they all shared the Amy picked up on. And never put down was their command voice say what you will about Wu Tang, the Shangri LA salt and pepper and Donny Hathaway who when they were doing their thing each ascended to the head of their respective packs, and it was because of the command their music specifically over their voices. Everyone was a top notch vocalist shirt a jazz singer as her hero. Tony Bennett said of her she saying the right way. He was right hearing that quote, it's easy to think that he's talking about her technique when we talk about vocal technique physicality God giving gifts figure heavy into the equation. But the other component emotion is just as important, but perhaps more crucial singer chooses to do with that Russian like an actor singers, make choices in no pop singer in modern history shows more wisely than Amy why? Now, she transported herself in order to connect the lyric. She say whether they were standards sung previously by jazz. Motown giants or whether they were written by her if they were written by her you can bet they were drawn from a place of deep experience, usually pay. She would thoroughly searched for an emotion before committing voice to song. And the result was a stunning command of our. Our instrument her voice as strong as Jimi. Hendrix commanders guitar Keith moon's over his kit or pick your conic analogy. Anyone else could matching but to make a great record takes more than just that command power technique. It takes something even more special. It takes a song. A hit song with lyrics that is hard wired for the singers heart where the singer is such a reliable narrator in the lyric despite its simplicity is compelling because of its authenticity. When lyric has that combination, simplicity authenticity, emotion point of view? It has the power to stop the world from spinning and make listeners say to themselves. And then sprint to the internet or record stores. Wherever people get their music to listen to it over and over and over again. And that's what Amy wine houses breakout. Single did with lyric. They try to make me go to rehab, and I said, no, no, no. Of course, you did look at you big Ronnie spector beehive black mascara for days tattoos skinny like a coke spoon teeth fucked up, and that's sexy English way. And no kidding. You said, no, no, no, you hearts to break bars diplo's charts to top and more and more songs to write for us about that son of a bitch who mess you up. What's his name that dude with the role of Fred Perry? Sleaze constantly looks either hung over wasted your muse. You say Blake. Amy wino- hit and her new husband Blake fielder was very much along for the ride though. The ride began over on road in the beginning Amien Blake had significant others. And when they seem to have finally committed to each other Blake Bill and went back to his girlfriend, Amy was heartbroken. But she was also inspired. She opened in a motion vein and porter heart out to Lear and undertake I wonder Blake inspired batch of songs is finally released Amy's first single rehab shot up the charts and both the UK and the states launching your second album. The Mark Ronson co produced back to black up charts. Amy took America by storm. I with the star turning performance on the late show at the Letterman where she in her. Excellent far backing band Brooklyn's dab kings announced her arrival Hari from their radio, or what was left of time two thousand seven along with the internet got fully behind the scene. And with Amy's arresting punk rock, by way of girl group. Good looks and quick wit the press and the tabloids were immediately treat, suddenly, Amy wine. House was everywhere before was all said and done back to black win five Grammy awards and become the second biggest selling album of all time of the UK and go on to sell a combined twelve million copies worldwide. But was success comes stress superstar stress. Amy wine house now responsibilities? An all she wanted to do is get back to life in Camden, lake drink get high which was Blake until was now preferred way of passing time right me songs, but she faced extensive touring performing Sahib. She'd already got tired of performing the reluctant popstar was thrust into the music industry getting sheen tasked wing audience through TV, appearances, interviews and photo shoots. Worst of all what came with all that was increase of interest from the tabloid press in the burgeoning ages social media, she was under more scrutiny than ever and stressed the fuck out about it. Amy was sometimes insecure about her looks her weight and even her talent. And when she felt insecure she got struck after fleeing a photo shoot in tears because she didn't she said feel pretty she managed to find some courage after a fortifying bottler three of champagne drinking through a workdays was the way she coped eating was something. Other people did her body suffered. She no longer filled out her form-fitting pinup girl dresses and sometimes joke that she used every eating disorder Ville with her as a means of maintaining or figure as your body gets smaller, and eventually frailer her hair got bigger her makeup more dramatic, she hoped that artifice would create some distance telegraph to her fans and detractors alike that what really mattered was the music success for Amy wine was not what she expected was problematic. Amy blamed many of your problems on her daddy issues. Mitch White House had not only left. Her mother, Janice when he was nine he also brought around to the house the woman he'd been having an affair with for most of ABC life beginning when she was just two years old. In fact, shoving his love life and rejection of them in their faces Amy craved her father's attention. She still looked up to him wanted his approval, but underlying that sense of abandonment and rejection were behavioral problems that she'd shown since she was a toddler she suffered from depression, and may have been bi-polar, and she was put on a mood stabilizing drug in temp to controller symptoms. Most often though, she took her anger out on herself. She began cutting age nine just little lines and cross adjutant marks so tiny could barely see them. They were there. They gave her a kind of release gave her a sense of control, however, fleeting as an adult. She still cut herself. It was something she in Blake had done. Separately as children now, the did it together romantic cut, cut cut, the little blood a little more blood. Then the shame and the scars she cut herself to punish yourself to punish Blake at the same time. She began to depend more and more on blink a man who could barely take care of himself to support her emotionally his care of her. Blake was her man, her amuse, her mess, a hardcore drug user, he brought heroin and crack into the relationship, but Amy wasn't some passive victim. She embraced his world of drugs wholeheartedly. When she was using drugs drinking, Amy lack self control. Then again, why should she control ourselves? She was aiming wino- you'd never knew which Amy we're going to get. She could be funny and flamboyant or fucked up and fidgety at the q awards in two thousand six where you to received yet another award of some kind Amy was there sitting in the audience. She got he has Bano droned on. He literally would not shut up Amy wanted a drink. She wanted to smoke and her feet hurt her hair ist, she wanted to leave Jesus Bano will you ever fucking shut up. She shouted it came out loud in her. Heaviest cockney accent heads turned people shushed von glared. She gives shit about pissing off Bajo, and she didn't mind making seen either. She wanted out award shows Werner thing for Amy a girl from Camden festivals were mortar taste at the wireless festival. She was in her element. She hit the VIP bar. She. Feeling right and short yellow halter. Dress peop- toast, the Littles mile high beehive in signature red lipstick. She looked around backstage to see who was worthy of her tension as cheesy began is set. Amy notice the A-List who are surrounding her the magnificent beyond say that smug little snob. Gwyneth Paltrow and the has been twins. Kate moss. Madonna, but Amy was an interest in any of them cheaters sights set on an unsuspecting inefficiently single, Royal Prince, Harry or prince hot ginge is he was dubbed the tabloids. He was captivating. All this rogue Laurie AB washed vibe to h two is he raised his hands to the anthem as did is doesn't or so bodyguards. Suddenly they're on high alert because Camden tattooed rose is rolling up on the prince, the crack addled songstress the Greek, Amy wine. I was herself was barreling. Right. Atom 'paparazzi swarmed around her she moved toward or how he sat at the side of the stage. She called he'd never met her any wasn't exactly planning on doing that. Now either. What was she doing? God. She was coming closer. Our it's me, Amy this point security rain down on her promptly apprehended. You're Prince Harry remained embarrassed play as she was dragged off by her handlers. And then by security. Sometimes Amy had things under control other times. She did not that was the case in the night. Amy been invited by a friend to production of Cinderella. The friend was starring prince charming by the time Amy arrive, she was feeling the fight rise up. She wanted to embarrass from just a little she wanted attention. She wanted to be funny to be loved. She wanted to disrupt to hurt. She wanted the glass slipper totter around into break to cut to wanna cheated the prince she needed to be syndrome. She was syndrome cinders, she screamed marry me prince charming. Little kids in the audience. Confused parents shocked that theater manager beside himself. Amy get up out of receives walking up and down the aisles trying to charge with minimal barris this manager approached a low voice ear said, please come with me miss. She pulled away we have a private VIP seating area. You'd be more comfortable, he continued politely. The fuck of coming with you a couple of security guards of to escort quarter out of the building. She said she needed to use the bathroom. I but that was just a ploy to hit the bar again. She wobbled toward the bathroom and then made a break to a small service bar in the hallway to the tuxedo, a bartender. She said I wanna vodka miss Winas wouldn't a glass of water be then that's what she hit him. The bartender in open headed smack right in his face, then a closed fist wallow then Amy attacks for real flailing arms and legs scratching kicking the bartender about twice her size. Tried. Restraining Amy nothing batons connected straight with his balls the full security team managed to get any under control her bodyguard promise. She'd reporter so police in the morning no-one had called the cops. But someone tipped off the press, and as she left theater the paparazzi was in full effect flash. Flash flash. An endless barrage of intrusive cameras in questions. Amy what happened when's the next record coming out? Is it ever coming out? Amy. Why are you so skinny what did you smoke tonight, Amy, whereas Blake is cheating on you? When are you going to rehab, Amy Amy Amy, Amy, Amy, Amy, she looked up for tangle hair on done, a mess? One shoe in her hand one lost her bare feet stepping unsteadily through the cold winter night. She had just one question for the theater manager the cops her husband, her father, her fans, the tabloid sleazy followed her one question, just who the fuck you. You think you are? We'll be right back after this word word word. Do you sell stuff online? Then you know, what a pain shipping can be. It's time consuming. It's expensive. It's a hassle until now. Introducing ship station, the fastest easiest and most affordable way to get your products to your customers, whether you sell stuff on Amazon Oetzi shop or your own website, which ship station, you can quickly ship all orders from one easy to use dashboard. Saving you a ton of time. There's even an easy to use mobile app. So you always have access plus you'll save money with ship stations deeply discounted rates from all the top carriers like USPS, UPS, FedEx and more. 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Lake fielder decided on one more drink right after he decided on one last line cope. And after that he decided that maybe another line was in order. And of course, then another drink then a line in that I drink and then in the more drink, then a lick of his index finger swipe across the top of the bathroom sink for what was left the blow then shot to dull the realization that he had no more cope. He exited the bathroom in Bob his head manically to the song from pulp lasting club speakers at ear-shattering volume. Name was Deborah, then he sucked his gums pulled out his empty Bill from sticky gene pocket right there in the dance floor impressed it into his nostrils inhaling hard but getting nothing back to the bar another shop and then a failed attempt to calling guy to nowhere and Jarvis cocker really needed a tone of the fuck down it never suited. You Blake was annoyed and coke and no cope the MacBeth. Was bumping the bars survived two world wars and even Typos but Blake is drinking, buddy. We're about to give the place run for its money in the open very unsavory chapter in their own lives. There were jacked up shouting at no one in particular and banging on the table. Most everyone tried knowing the crowd of the upmarket establishment was getting tired of their cocaine fueled who in bullshit stoned out of their minds and pissed that there was no more coke Blake and his friend were by all accounts, ready to blow their tops livewires hot mic spilled out bound the blow. They're scaring the customers that lasts the bar on affable impeccably dressed stepped up the cable inform them that it was time to pay up. Home when he escort a Blake and his boy to the door. The pair grabbed the bartender dragged him outside his suit jacket lakes, boy them to the ground. He and Blake then viciously kicked the man in the head is curled into a bloody fetal position one kick to the face the sound of cracking bone. The bartenders cheekbone busted a kick to his I this is socket shattered. A brutal kick to one side of his jaw and then to the other side of his face. And the bartender was barely conscious. When all was said and done after multiple surgeries, the bartender had have his face fitted with metal plates to make it look like a face again, his destroyed Izhak it was reconstructed with titanium mesh was used to hold his I in place his jaw once it was reattached to his skull was held together with a metal bolt not ten men down like Roger Moore, just one man. The two coked up idiots kick the shit out of for no good reason. And there's a name for that kind of beating an English criminal odds called an assault of grievous bodily harm with intent or GBH for short at snares Crown Court lake fielder was brought before the honorable judge David rat fourth who told Blake that is behavior was quote for to reduce cowardly, and I should not a disgrace. I'm quote, Blake incredibly said, but judge our right pissed at the time. The judge thought fielder was that explain shook his head in disbelief. Lake began to worry about the prospect of serious jail time. Within a few months. Blake was falling down and pulling Amy along with them every chance he got together hand in hand, they were spiraling worse. They were constantly in the news and tabloids they were busted for cannabis in Norway and Amy's embarrassing gig at the MTV European music awards did nothing for public image. Then as if all of it wasn't bad enough a video of Amy smoking crack surfaced on the internet as she was devastated and top that Blake tried to avoid jail for the beating by offering. The victim two hundred thousand pounds clam up like have been found out and been made for the bribe. The jig was up. There was no way around it was heading to jail for twenty seven months so before shipping off to prison. He decided it was time to lay low. He and Amy holed up in their place in Camden, where they drank smoked in snorted themselves into daily stupor, the Dell base of Tang in the streets bouncing constantly in the background cocaine ketamine ecstasy, Amy washed it all down with Stella red wine and vodka. She in Blake shut the world out because the world was dangerous people were fucking parasites. They alone would save each other. They had a stay together. They were all they had. The knocked of the door came out of nowhere. Amiably were sleep the knock San graduated full-on bang shouting, Amy and Blake stirred in the bed. Bang bang bang. Silence. Police opened up more sons more banging then one two three and finally one big bang the door miraculously held its own. And then the crowbars came a crack in the sound of iron rubbing up against concrete. Amy shot out of bed is from a nightmare. Blake. Her mouth was parched in her throat was sore. The police opened up Faulk Blake bleary-eyed, but instantly propelled by journal. Amy's husbands sprang up from the bed stumbled over empty bottles and overflowing ashtrays appeared to the curtains down in the street were dozens of police fleet of panda cars and a couple of paddy wagons, the cost of the door with their crowbars. Preceded a dig in tug at the sides of the door frame, Amy leap to the window panicking. Hyperventilating Blake graduate by the wrist. We gotta go now he shoved himself into his crumpled jeans, grab his hat phone and smokes nabbed. An extra t shirt that he would later on his next ease the sting from the long scratch marks angrily scored his flesh for cheeks chest Amy pulled on a skirt from the floor stepped into her filthy, ballet, slivers in tears. She pushed up her battered be have toppled over and pulled on her scalp. The hair extensions had torn away the hair temples or the Renou. Too large raw looking bald spots. Much of her hair was bro. And the towering hive now covered what it wants been healthy lustrous locks. Her arms legs were scratched bruised her eyeliner red down faces if she'd been left out for a week in the rain. Determined to penetrate, the apartment the police tossed side, the crowbars favor of a battering ram. There was one thing to do. Dirty crusty battled hungover and still hot the to manage to launch themselves down. The back stairs tweaked up. Bonnie and CLYDE the hauled off to a row behind the house. Inhale the cap. The heavy door finally cracked away off its frame and fell backward in the house boots. Trampled into the regal three story residents. The rooms would have been beautiful. If you've noted that the botched party scene, the empties, the trash the smell of it, even the season cops had to admit that it was pretty bleak. While the raid was really about the warrant for Blake's arrest for the bride. Police reasonably expected to find drugs, but Amy and Blake kit finish them off. And they poked around to the bottles boxes and ashtrays, the piles of clothes pumps of hair. The floor was sticky in the table tops were covered with variety of crack pipes at wads of crumple tin foil. But no actual trucks. Amy in Blake could made it to north London to the apartment of a friend and they're on the run and they had a hide. Meanwhile, they're paranoia was at full tilt had their friends sold them out to the paparazzi or worse. Call the cops was the flat bugged at cops already planted evidence. Amy and a bad feeling maybe they should move on get out away from their friends apartment, and she really a friend anyway, or was she just like the rest of the out to get her Blake fucker, the cash she looked at us when we ride like we're common criminals or not or Amy and Blake and who the fucker you. And who are you on the phone with just the who you calling and then the doors of the apartment broke in with? No warning, the police were enemies, friends, flat and seconds before Amy can react, they grabbed Blake and handcuffed him. Amy was beside herself crying violently and hanging onto Blake baby. I love you. Now, be fine. That's sort of. Thing was she wouldn't be fine. Not at all after Blake's arrest. Amy's publicist made a statement saying that Amy was recovering from exhaustion and asked that the public and the media respect her privacy like that was ever going to happen recovering from exhaustion also known as going to rehab with something that Amy badly needed her family, friends and record label urged her to enter facility in Essex to come off the drugs and booze alcohol was Amy's true, demon and seesawing on and off it increase the chance that she could die during detox Reitox the booze rather than what she smoked or snorted wrought the worst havoc on her tiny body. However her heavy cigarette smoking led to a diagnosis of emphysema in two thousand eight she was only twenty four years old alone. Rehab. Amy was desperate to see Blake while visits were prohibited. He managed to get to her one time he brought her a tiny package and later during one of her daily screenings, doc. Actors found heroin in her system did Blake bringer the drugs out of love or something else. He himself was a drug to her her protector her Souder her muse so much. So that when Blake was incarcerated Amy moved to a different rehab center, just to be close to but in two thousand eight at the insistence of both sets of their parents, Amy and Blake divorced lake sign the papers while he was still in jail and Amy headed out Saint Lucia quit heroin quick Blake once for all. Cross looking empathy in his is there is none of the normal condescension just seriousness and concern Amy's family listened intently while Amy's dot the strain of her latest overdose in the adjacent room. The doctor's words were no surprise she'll die if she has another overdose. You understand me Amy will die with the amount of cocaine crack heroin in alcoholics system, it's a miracle. She's not Nkhoma you get lucky this time. She's a petite girl. The message was clear Amy wine houses family needed to make their rockstar daughter. Go to rehab, an actually rehabilitate or she would be dead before twenty eighth birthday. No, no, no would not be an acceptable answer. So Amy chapters of in the priory clinic in London and made a go of it. It was made two thousand eleven and she needed to get ready for European shows happening that summer, but when she checked back, oh, she found herself. Uninspired and semi sobriety. Living clean was boring. There is no inspiration for new music playing. Her hits was also boring and utter drac no excitement, but the bills needed to be paid rehabbing cheap. So dates were booked, including her big comeback show. Bill grade. Amy reluctantly agreed. The money was too good. But she dreaded the thought of playing the shows now sober without Blake. She couldn't see her so up there prowling on about rehab and torched love without alcohol without her muse. The first show was a disaster with their anxiety through the roof beforehand. Amy took to a bottle of wine to commoners, she drank it fast, the entire bottle, and then another and by the time, she appeared on stage and front of two hundred thousand people she was legless so drunk that she was completely unable to perform the crowd booed, Amy stage. It's difficult to watch the video of this performance to see such a. A commanding artists completely out of control unable to do anything. Really? She can barely stand. Never mind saying she flirts with the backup singers who somehow maintain an air of professionalism in politely chase her away from their Mike's hoping to driver to her own to grab it with her spidery fingers unleash tortured voice into it. The voice that almost a quarter million people had turned up to see. But instead she just sits down on the drum riser and watches the show as if she's not even a part of it totally defeated spent when news hit of the show or lack thereof the rest of the tour was cancelled Amy headed home back to camp. Amy's feet hurt. If it wasn't the arches from the tight heels, and it was the souls from her near Solis ballerina shoes, she weaved away for the paparazzi glare their flashes. The annoyance of they're shouting. She tried hard to keep the song in her site. But the muse was gone. And so was the song her heart sunk she felt that Polaner chest in her mouth water slightly. She knew there was vodka the house. She drink tonight. The bell the pain tomorrow hit back on the wagon. But tonight tonight, she get fucked up for around some music, try to get something out to tape or at least on the paper. She while the stairs to replace leaving the soul sucking paparazzi behind the sidewalk vultures. She headed to the kitchen grad the vodka pop the top began pulling straight from the bottle, then she hit her bedroom. She wanted to play drums, get her blood and creative juices flowing. With the alcohol coursing veins and feeling hot. And restless hitting the sticks on the stretch. Skins would be a release. There were things she needed to do for heartbeat like the wings of bird cage trapped and there were calls tax. She needed to return her foam was somewhere. When living bodyguard complained about the noise, she traded, the sticks jazz brushes. She drank more vodka their the muse. It was back sorta she could sense it pulling on her heart. There was something she needed to write down or Qatar was somewhere she moved onto some wine she'd stashed away there is a song flowing through her. She could feel it. Now. The rhythm slower jazzy softer the beat was intoxicating. She could feel yourself slowing down. She could feel her exile. Drifting the pulse of our heart slowing to match the fading rhythm insider. She led to take down she stopped playing still here the slowing beat or maybe she could just feel it. Finally, she could feel something she was alive or so she thought the beat slowed down even more she put her hands to her heart calmer now slow so slow so slow. She slipped down to the floor off the drum stool to her knees. Leaning over to her bed to pull the down comforter off of it in onto or frail and now freezing body in once slow MO fell swoop. The beat sounded like it was under water now, she could see the notes floating around the room along with the feathers from the Russell comforter. They drifted slow slow slow through the lamp lay in time with drowning beat ever. So softly, she let herself fall further and further away from the muse until eventually she was gone. thousands of mourners with flowers candles, teddybears, bottles, southern comfort impacts of smokes somewhere. Pinup dresses some in sharp suits, most in tears stood in front of thirty. Camden place to pay their respects alone addicted and perhaps most damning uninspired there. Amy had left them. She also left them voice. Her incredible voice altogether to sue. Amy wine was dead. At twenty seven years old wish is a disgrace. I'm Jay Brennan. This disgraceful. 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"The following is a paid program on six thirty wwl A P. This is the Tom to three show on NewsRadio. Six thirty wwl a fee and wwl AP dot com. I guess, you know. Not play. Putting you on your shades. You know, put the call. That I'm strain. Aw. What is worse? Comment. Number. Again. Welcome to the Tom depre- show. Got. We got a veteran with us here in the studio a veteran of the Tuesday nights kiss concert spent four and a half hours boded getting ready. Makeup wise to look like, gene Simmons, and he's got the pictures to prove it I do. And I have the burn marks around. My eyes were the makeup kind of ruined me a little bit Tuesday night. My my face was still staying Thursday morning. Really after all this. Yeah. Totally worth it. Yeah. Totally got pictures of him posing with others who attempted to pull it off. That's a good word attempted. Now, there was I first of all I don't mean to demean anybody's efforts whatsoever. But there was a kid who did the full gene Simmons costume the demon costume on stage and the kid could have been no more than six years old. If there was a costume contest, he should one. Did he have makeup on make up on? He had everything had the boots. His parents went great parenting skills. I'll just say that. Well, but he was fun. It must have been like a comic con type of thing event. You're right. It was like a comic con of rock and roll. Yeah. That that's the best way to describe it. And. Just people's efforts putting putting costumes together and doing that. And I've told people told you earlier, I probably did about two hundred pictures with people just. Yeah. People walking. Hey, can we get a picture, and I didn't do the I didn't do the full gene demon costume? I went with gene from the dress to kill album, which was easy to put together with just a sport coat shirt. They look and choose from the seventies. I wish had been there to see you in. If anybody wants to know how I did this the vest came from the boot barn the sport coat came from goodwill. The shirt with the French Cavs came from peddlers mall, shoes came from pops resale and the pants came from Dillard's. They show. And the makeup the individual who did my makeup. She did a wonderful job. Yeah. I had hers first and she went as Paula mainly. Does does she need to put her put her card out there for others to to to know how to get her in case they need to be made up for some sort of vent. She did it like a professional. I told her I said you have a second career. Yeah. And people were walking up saying, hey, the makeup. So and I said, I I can't take credit for she did it. Yeah. This was all her. And she did she did hers first and then did mine, and it was about a four and a half hour process. And then she gets done. She said now, we do this for the comic book convention. I know what I'm doing now won't take as long right and said who's doing this for the comic book. Yeah. So so now, I've got gotta calm down and play van Morrison's more. Anyway. Here's our psalm for the morning, some thirty seven fret not self because of evildoers neither be envious against the workers of iniquity for they shall soon be cut down like the grass withers the green herb trust in the Lord and do good. So shout out well in the land barely thou shalt be fed. The light self also in the Lord, and he shall give. You the desires of your heart commit your way to the Lord trust also in him. And he shall bring it to pass. That some thirty seven. There's a lot of store. We don't have a guest here today. Our PR department was unable to get anybody. Brave enough to come on the show this week because they know how tough we are on them with questions things like that. Here's something that I saw, you know, an and we're all deluge with calls from people. We don't wanna hear from. Why Americans are refusing to pick up the phone. This is a story by Adam Edison Nugent in the daily dose New York artists. Jennifer May rowan's phone rings all the time. While that gives the impression she's a very popular lady, the constant call. She gets aren't from real people. They're robocalls or telemarketing algorithms trying to sell her something while this is a daily annoyance for many Jennifer's relationship with robo collars goes even deeper I work at a bookstore. And for a while. I guess robo calls were spoofing our number because we would get multiple calls each day from people demanding angrily. Why did you just call me? When I said, we didn't they refuse to believe me. She says. As strange as this situation. Was it wasn't the fact that a robo call agency had stolen her work phones number that surprise Rowan. It was the fact that all these people had actually answered their phones it mainly just amazed. The me that people actually call back unknown numbers that called them. She claimed assume all unknown numbers are robo calls at this point. And indeed I get these calls from numbers out of town, and I will call them, and it seems like inevitably you get a fast busy signal. This is a familiar scenario for most phone owning Americans. In two thousand eighteen it's estimated that almost half. The 'cause we receive will be spam though. Not all spam calls a robo calls vice versa. This year, Florida. Authorities sent out hurricane warnings using robo calls doctors officers and banks or some of the businesses that use them, but many are scams. And if you think things are better abroad think again, the Koller company I de Haya recently reported that it flagged eighty five billion robo calls globally in two thousand eighteen Wapping three hundred twenty five percent increase. So what can be done to stop? It illegal robocalls, and militias caller, ID spoofing or massive problems facing American consumers and businesses cells says will why Quist a spokesman for the FCC who says the calls are the FCC's top consumer protection. Priority. Some solutions that the FCC has launched her improved. Call blocking rules for phone companies more reliable call off than it -cation technology in major fines against call spoofer. In two thousand eighteen the FCC find a Florida man one hundred and twenty thousand million after he made more than hundred million robocalls using this during the three month period in two thousand sixteen there are several free robo-call Bob blocking apps such as high aerobic killer and true caller, which uses database containing known scam numbers to filter incoming calls. Some Americans are using more drastic method they've stopped answering their phones entirely. I get a lot of robo calls. So I never answer my phone unless I know the number says Ryan anyone who actually knows me can just text me or leave a message. If it's important was too bad that people have gotten to the point where they just don't answer the phone. But that's evidently the way it is with certain people. Says robo calls are different breed altogether in the nineteen nineties and early two thousand when big companies like Ford and AT and T use telemarketing programs the mere threat of prosecutions that do not call registry. Representative was enough to determine them today. Many robocaller simply don't care. They just don't care spoofing or the process of disguising real phone numbers with once from local area codes gives them the ability to make an honest calls from anywhere in the world. And the software they use to make the causes extremely cheap costing only a fraction of penny per minute. And that's just if the caller picks up. The proliferation of robo calls made it less expensive for telemarketers. To reach potential customers and for fraudsters to reach potential victims and indeed many of these fraudsters. Of target older people and try to get in their pocket. And this is the thing that we had depre- financial group. Take very seriously, it's older people and their financial security. For retirement and otherwise stay with us. You're listening to the Tom depre- show. We'll take a break. Now. Newsradio six thirty AA p. The world is watching. Focus issues that matter twenty twenty change information every day radio six thirty wwl AP. Hi, I'm Tom debris during times of market volatility is we've just experienced it's easy for investors to panic. Some investors want an easy solution like an annuity to manage the ups and downs of the market someone to seek the safety of bonds and bond funds at times like this. It's often wise to examine what the long-term returns of equities have been versus other asset classes at depre- financial group. We use times of market volatility as an opportunity to purchase securities at lower prices than where they may have recently traded if you'd like to know how our investment process may help you and your retirement investments, then give us a call at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred to set up an appointment. It may be an opening experience for you in this new year. That's depre- financial group at eight five nine two three three zero four hundred and depre- financial dot com. Six thirty. Wwl AP. I don't think it through the way. Through the window. Tolkien? All the telephone. Unknown seas. Summer. Want to see you? Further up the road. Jacome bag back on the Tom to pre show. Van morrison? And we have them on the other line the great American John short John short. How are you? Etienne good. Do you ever? Listen to Bill Cunningham in Cincinnati. The great American. He did. Yeah. I show a longtime. That'll hold on two three two three hours. If I get on. Yeah. He's in Cincinnati. You you have to hold for a long time to get onto the show. I haven't called show anymore because he's he's real you. They wanna hold on that long. If he just hate me. Hold on profanity minutes. I get on that'd be fine with me. Yeah. That's too long. Behold. I'll be listening. Ratio. I'm sure he is. I'm absolutely certainly is. How are you today? Hey today. Good doing well. For a big today. We will maintain begins. Game three thirty. We'll be half. After the Auburn Florida game. They the one o'clock. How much Tennessee beat Mississippi State by last night? Pretty bad. But I haven't heard actually squatting baseball getting lose. And say and every here when they game, I think it got. Postponed. Didn't it for weather? I didn't know that everyone is up games. I don't know about that. Either. Tennessee didn't beat Mississippi State by much eighty three seventy six. Eighty three seventy six. Yeah. It'd be three seventy six last night. So. And her dad my baby wants to build that people carry guns. We have weapons. Carry guns without weapons Larry billed as they don't. Anyway, don't any Permian. They can. That bill. So you like, oh, I don't know there's some people shouldn't be anywhere near gun. And no. And knowing that I know. Yeah. And then Trump to have that. Well. And there's a terrorist attack in New Zealand yesterday was terrible. That's not good. No. It's not good. Well. So anyway, I don't know if he's going to get the wall or not. But he sure trying. I know he needs it is urgent. Well, I do and. Handy. He said that they don't figure the hasn't been just making name because I knew woman from New York. Is that what he called her anyone from your name, Alexandria Qazi? Oh, Cortes he thinks. He's speaking the has nail because they supposed to the has eight. Yeah. Other woman is is got more power than Pelosi. She may. Well, we got the volunteers at three thirty today that should be a good game. Teammates. It'd be close game. Good retirements back. It is good. You didn't think he was coming back at all? Injury figure that out for the season. I know it came back to eighty I don't think it was injured at all. I think it's just fake news been any really wasn't injured. So. Every other and we need handling the beat my says, he's at eight thirty and they happen. You wanna see that? Yes. All right. So that's Florida state versus do. Okay. Well, Don, you're great American Ray. Hey, Ray Merican in him game. I just wanna hold on just almost a host show quite get out. I don't blame you. Right. Well, I appreciate it. Thank you for calling back here. It's John short. Great american. There's a lot on John's mind this morning. Yeah. He had quite a bit going on by the white UK base while it. Yeah. Was postponed. And they will be doing a double header starting free today. Okay. Baton rouge. Here's something. That's. Interesting. The college admissions fraud. Unmasking the college admissions for all this is from the city journal, Heather McDonald? The celebrity college admissions cheating has to clear takeaways elite college degree has taken on wildly inflated importance in American society in the sports industrial complex enjoys wildly inflated power within universities, thirty three moguls and TV stars allegedly paid admissions fixer Williams singer, total of twenty five million from two thousand eleven to two thousand eighteen to Dr their children's high school resumes, sending students to private SAT ACT testing sites through false disability claims for example, where bought off Proctor would Ray student scores. If you've not been following this. It's it's kind of horrifying thing to see what's going on. And you've got. Movie stars who are TV stars who paid to have their children. Get into certain schools. None of this could have happened. If higher education headed self become not become corrupt institution, featuring low classroom standards demands, no core knowledge acquisition, low grading standard fashionable left wing activism luxury hotel amenities endless partying and huge expense students often learn virtually nothing during their college years think about that. Not learning anything going to class and just simply Mayland it end. One of the things that I did learn in college, I I was in English literature major. I did learn Shakespeare, I learned the learn eighteenth century literature. I learned about William Faulkner, the Ryder from from Mississippi, I learned some other things that are not as much use to me. But I I took away learning from my experience at school and. It's heartbreaking to think of kids going to school and not learning. Anything not walking away with having their spirits and their minds expanded. 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The main suspect in Friday's mass shooting at two mosques in Christ Church appeared in court today. Australian citizen Brinton toront- is accused of shooting and killing forty nine people during Friday, prayers ABC's will car is in Christ Church with more on Toronto and other suspects taken into custody. Four people in all the Ardy let one go they're trying to figure out if to others have any connection, and then one appeared in court his alleged crimes are clear. Authorities say he killed forty nine people and injured. Dozens more. They're still trying to figure out if anyone else was involved will car ABC news in Christ's church. New Zealand's Prime minister at a briefing says the suspect obtain guns legally and modified them President Trump using his first congressional veto to block lawmakers rejection of his national emergency declaration. Now, the issue will be making its way through the courts, multiple states have filed lawsuits to oppose shifting government funds. 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The crew team they put her face on the picture of somebody rowing crew. But I looked at a Livia Jj YouTube page, and what she is. She's an influence her, which means she pedals stuff. Do you know about this? I've been kind of reading up on it over. The last few days here when I read internet influence her one I laughed and then to threw up because. This whole thing to me. It's an insult to the parents who actually worked our butts off and put threads into college, and they're digging into savings and they've been saving all their lives to put their kids through college. And then I think this is a slap in the face. But what is it? Here's my question. What is it about going to USC that would be worth five hundred thousand dollars to these parents because here's the here's the thing about it though. These are smart people. I mean, supposedly, they're not idiots, and they say that it's it's worth a half million bucks to get my daughter in USC, no matter how we do it. Whether it's done correctly. Whether she got in because of her grades are our activities, or what have you or because we write a check. It's worth this much to have my kid there. It seemed like a calculated. Business decision on the part of the parents to say my daughter's internet influence her she's raking in X amount of dollars doing this. You know from from fashion brands and stuff like that by getting her stuff on the internet. She must be she's got a YouTube channel, she's got all these different videos of her shopping and buying clothes. And maybe the parents felt like that the networking power of her being at USC was going to be worth it for their daughter businesswise. I don't know. It's it's a great marketing plan what it is and the level. And I don't fully understand it all but the level of complexity to pull this off is pretty great. It's obviously he this is for the college has gone from something where it's obviously not about learning. It's not about learning. Anything new? It's like college as a backdrop or a set design for my internet marketing business that the fact that I'm a student or supposedly student at university of southern California give me access to maybe shooting. My. The internet things there. I or the people that I meet other. Children of rich people like my my own family gives me entrees to sell more stuff. Here's how you can do this, you know, internet influence, or like, this particular individual all on to put on my resume is one line studied at USC righty, film and television at USA doesn't say graduated just studied studied study could be anything. That's right. I study so. Also graduate studied had. Yeah. Well, and I worked my tail off if there you go. I don't really care about school. This Olympia Jade said as you guys all know, she was fund into university of South Carolina via her mother's five hundred thousand dollar purchase. A fake wreck. Mommy, put up five hundred in cash. To get her looking like she was a good candidate for USC paying off some sports guy in the school. And then they go in in this article talk about other things that get people in race based applications. But I think that the school thing is. Is simply. In this case in the USC case, it's a backdrop. It's it's something to add to your resume. It's something that will make you look more plausible to others. And this is not the only thing that happened the unquenchable desire of college, admissions officers to engineer, racial diversity. So they're worried about getting their racial quotas up to a certain level lead to cheating scandal far more consequential than this when my Kalandria his wife ran a college prep school in Breaux bridge, Louisiana. The subjected students to seduce dick, physical abuse and emotional humiliation, while inventing their college credentials out of whole cloth. The transcripts that Landry fabricated adopted every trope of the holistic admissions process used to override the admission standards apply to most Asian and white applicants see. Colleges are now biased against Asians and against white people. They're they're telling them that. There are too many of you all. And that. We want more black applicants. When indeed. What happens is that many of these people get there, and they find that they're really not quipped. To study at the level that some of these schools allows to study. So they have to be up there. Mental health experts, you know, to deal with the depression and the burn out that that occurs in some cases. And that's what this this article is saying many of the schools graduates, experienced psychological difficulties at their colleges when you're put in a place that you don't belong by false. Pretenses then you will suffer stress from having been there falsely, you know, because you're in classes that are over your head. Now, the what happens is some of these schools, if they're going to do this game that they're playing and gonna compromise their values in order to let anybody in based on money, or whatever you're going to you're going to have to deal with the fallout of it or either that or compromise your standards, you know, what a Cal says about UK. It's now for everybody. What college is not for everybody. That's right. It's it's not an when you get to college. Hopefully, your freshman year the way I approached it you learn how to get better yourself more year. You learn how to study more you learn how to schedule you learn time management. You learn all those things that you can apply in the business world when you're out on your own and either you get it or you don't you flunk out? It's right and. Vo something to Liz with. I was talking to somebody last night about this subject because it's on everybody's months. People are baffled. We have a friend. That's Dana, Florida state. And he told us that they're not flunking people at like, they used to which is a shocking fact. That was the big fear. You know, if you went to college you had to make it work, and apparently now professors are not giving much below sees. And they're wanting their tenure and the bad grades or flex on them. They think instead of the student, and you know, I think the whole system is becoming more and more broken in. This is just got parents that. That. Remember when when I was. I had a small stint as the radio announcer. Well, not radio the PA announcer for a small school here in Lexington. Their baseball program. And so I was the guy on the on the Mike public the PA system announcing the batters and things like this. And there was a fly ball that was hit. And there were three of our players around it, and none of them jumped into catch it and fell in for base, hit anyone of them could have got it. So I said over the PA system come on guys. You know, you can do better than that that caused an outrage among the parents that I would have said something about against their child. It's amazing nowadays, you know, my parents would have done anything. Well, they weren't that interested in my let career such as it was. But they would not have ever been triggered by somebody saying something negative about me. They would say maybe it will serve to grow him up a little bit today. Parents are so concerned about potentially going against their kids or somebody saying something harmful to their kids that they'll fight you over any corrective measures, and I'm sure that comes into the classroom that that Univer when you got mommy's still trying to get in the ear of college coaches to get their son more playing time. I'm sure college professors to give the kid a D minus because that's what he or she deserves probably hear from the parents. And if the parents are giving money to the school, it's the same thing. And so where is the truth? And all of the fact is the kids don't get anything out of. Of it. And they they end up entitled brats when I came home, I freshman year person Mestre, Georgetown, and I had incomplete in English. My parents were like now the I mean, they they didn't take me out back and horse with me. But it was you're on your own. If you're going to flunk out if you can't figure it out we're done, we're we're not gonna pay for this and Butch for years through college just for you to do whatever and second semester, I had to straighten up and figure it out. Right. And I did and I really had to work hard. And you know, there's there's no accountability anymore. There's none. Yeah. And I told him I said this this is on me. I didn't turn in a couple of papers. It wasn't fact I didn't go to class. I went to class. It was just some things I had to improve on. And I worked my tail off to figure it out. There you go and the professor didn't give me any leeway whatsoever. Because it doesn't get any right way. Right. You'll get out find a job supplement, your income, everything you guys talk about in the second hour, but try exactly all goes hand in hand. And this, you know, the other thing is to not to change the subject too much on this. But this goes the Nath let to if you read the list coaches involved in this deal this college. Absolutely. Yeah. It was the fraud deep. It is got into them paying those guys were taking money to act like the kid could be on the team when indeed they were never going to be on the team. And how the colleges themselves don't know about this. I don't understand because I think they are in some ways complicit they act like a we didn't know this was going on the fact is how could they have not known. It was going on. That's a failure. That's an institutional failure failure to supervise that's called institutional failure. In my business. It can cost you your license. So. And we're one of the most regulated businesses out there. So anyway, we just need to change our titles here media influencers. That's it. Hey influence, we're influencing at least five people right now. Stay with us. You're listening to the Tom depre- show. It's News Radio six thirty WLA AP now. Korea. What's next? Steel wall. Be president United States minister once is history today. It's what matters what's going on? News Radio six thirty WLA Tom debris during Papp's of market volatility is we've just experienced easy for investors to panic. Some investors want an easy solution like an annuity to manage the ups and downs of the market someone to seek the safety of bonds and bond funds at times like this. It's often wise to examine what the long-term returns of equities have been versus other asset classes at depre- financial group. 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I'm a middle of the road Republican who voted for Trump with the most reluctance in two thousand sixteen. He sure wasn't perfect. Was that worried? Hell, yeah. I was depressed. Yes. But what we're my Hillary, Jill Stein. Seriously. Trump wasn't my first choice for my second choice or my third choice. But by the time, November two thousand sixteen rolled around. Trump was the only choice on the menu. So swallowed hard took a leap of faith. And pulled the lever for the Donald. But today every single democrat. I can name is working overtime to make certain that I will pull the lever for Trump again. And with both hands this time Trump need not worry about locking down my vote. The Democrats are doing all the heavy lifting every time, the Democrats and the media allies pedaled another end of the Trump presidency. Bob shit show laugh hysterically if I laughed any harder. People would think I was having an epileptic seizure. I can't even keep track of half the revelations that were supposed to bring Trump to an ignominious in even the Democrats forget about most of them within days. Say what this is a Trump scandal. Because apparently, the former massage parlor owner posed with Trump and various Republican soon new or spoken to he talks about stormy Daniels or Michael code Cohen. Then he gets into. The democratic field. That gets us to the next installment you seriously want me to vote for Kamala Harris. And you say that Corey Spartacus Booker is just like Kamala, only better and balder. Are you kidding me? Barney really this grumpy near octogenarian public service millionaire with three mansions is running for the presidency in the wrong country. All his best ideas have already been put into practice in Venezuela. This is a guy who pseudo honeymoon in the US are two years before it collapsed and didn't notice that people were waiting in mile long lines for literally everything this is a guy who has never met a Stalinist dictator. He couldn't be best friends with Bernie doesn't need to pretend. He's a complete crank. He is a complete crank. I will personally. Call everyone of my friends neighbors acquaintances and beg them to vote for Trump. I'll even offer to come in wash their cars while in the nude if only they'd vote for Trump. No, thanks on that one. Did someone say Warren Warren the first Cherokee candidate that warn? Doesn't she now want reparations not for just African Americans? But for native Americans where where is that lever to pull for Trump, Biden, the creepy old guy who likes to massage women and thirteen year old girls in public that guy. I have a nineteen year old daughter, and I sure hope he never goes anywhere near her. But I do hope he runs it. Feels like he's been running for president in every elections is in our can he lurch far enough to the leftist to satisfy the woke up police? I doubt it. Ilhan Omar, maybe she should run for president to Nancy suggests that Omar is a good person who is simply to ignore to understand. What our words me? I disagree. Omar is only saying what all the other Democrats are thinking. Yes, she's anti semitic. Yes. She is totally mainstream within the Democratic Party. Excuse me. See this Notre fast, and let me tell you. Dear grandma, Democrats. I am motivated as I can get. And it makes sense what this guy's saying that the only thing separating us from the socialists scum that wants to take over our lives are really the Senate and Donald Trump. Mitch McConnell Trump. And if they think, you know, they they wanna try to win back the Senate this sort of thing. Good luck. They're already saying they're not going to pursue impeachment. That they don't wanna do it. It's going to be too much to put the country through. And that Trump is not worth impeaching. Democrats civil war between progressives moderates will bring two thousand twenty Trump victory. This is by James Robbins an opinion, countless civil well war in the Democratic Party between old school liberals and progressive firebrands heated up last week leaving establishment forces in full retreat. What began as an attempt to gentle slap at freshman member. Who is fending the powers that be turned into a rout? Leaving progressive forces commanding the field on thirsty after the house passed a non-binding, anti hate speech. Res- resolution. That that under Norton ordinary circumstances would hardly be news. However, the original language condemning antisemitism. A direct response to persistent anti Jewish dog whistling by Representative Ilhan, Omar Minnesota face strong resistance from progressive at African Americans. And was broadened into generic condemnation of hate speech that let Omar off the hook. Speaker Lancy Pelosi came looking weak and in. Ex- ineffective displaying no ability to control her raucous caucus. Has majority with James Claburn had to walk back comments. He made the seem to suggest that Jews should just get over the holocaust already and this episode raises the question what will the democratic leadership do the next time one of their flashy. Progressive floor with anti semitic language, judging by recent history, we will soon find out. So this is interesting because the Jews have been big supporters of the Democratic Party. Are they going to still be that way with? The anti-semitism that's going on. Jewish people who have any sense should vote for Trump. He's he's going to stand between you and anti-semitism. Stay with us. Mike johnson. Tears. Newsradio. Six thirty Debbie like the.
28: Tim Kvasnosky!
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That's like, that's really good. That's right up. Our alley in term costs can't ski cows Noski. Noski none. Y'all take cows Noski which is close enough? How do you spell it v. a. s. s. glass. Nothing. Yeah, glass Naski yeah. Okay. Is that Russian now? Maybe I think it's Slovak by way of Poland and maybe Russia to. Okay. So it's actually originally in this sounds fucking boring. Alan time on its. Knob ski is about can Ila Silane. Okay. A little job. Yep. Yeah, Joe. Gotcha. Okay. Yeah. So's. Crotts Naf ski cows Noski has just. Please, please Kuzma ski ski. Because we have a special intro for. Rawson intro. I love this. Please welcome to the stage, the complex bowtie talent of very handsome Manion domino composing musicals and -sation and married heartthrob. KamAz Naski. Yes. Ladies and gentlemen right here on the couch with us. Live is Tim KK Tim Noski Tim skin musky. I don't know. We didn't get the fire. The intern. Scouse Kuzma ski, please. Please pitted that. Welcome to have, you know. Britney hug. Do you speak Russian. Ten phrase I can do getting back then Yahoo. Yeah, to cope. It them is I want to buy that. Okay, good. Afraid, handy Moscow and what else? I get what I did. Uh-huh. W through and that's it. I think it's it's good. Good morning. Good morning. Do you get any Russian in the in the older twenty. Three million? Not nothing. Nothing zero one South Asian, really? Yeah, that's my whole point. One native American or East. Asian. Okay. Deja de means we're basically married. Yeah, like those writing by blood. Yeah. Yeah. Which is the best kind of marriage. Bye. So it's safe. It's comfortable. It's it's it is not prone to any abnormality. No, never never is like a speaking of which I watched Ozark last night. How is that? I've heard it's quite good. Genetic. Inbreeding kind of I I got. I been washed season two's since days out of town. Oh, that's right. Where she at sh? She's in Wisconsin, Wisconsin right here. Right. All right. Thanks called rude Cobra. That's the the only way to make. I've actually hasn't had a cold brew yet. Probably like two hundred milligrams of caffeine. Oh, good. Who is dry and. This the, what is this material that I'm looking at on this coffee table? I believe it looks like a mirrored glass. An coffee table. Yeah, I like the whole eighties vibe. If I can get glass bridge along the shore, speaking of it's kind of those kind of Scarface is now, are we listening to what was that? Oh, it wasn't that great. Those tangerine dream. Brinker soundtrack. Heartbreakers is like a sort of forgotten movie from nineteen eighty three with Peter Coyote in desert shit. You know, Jay and I when we did our first when we on the right, yes, for listeners, Jake shears who by the way for the ones playing the Jake shears drinking game on the show, there's a drinking game where anytime Brian mentioned shitting or I mentioned the new Beverly theater, you have to take a shot, which means that people are going to get really drunk. And then someone said, well, how about every time you mentioned Jake shears and I was like, you're going to get blacked out. Yeah, I'm sorry, you're gonna actually, that's how I met a lot of really wonderful people. I mean, really like kind of looking at who my best friends are over the last couple of years. Yeah, met them all through Jason. Isn't that wild? Yeah. Bringing people together. He's like a, he's a family builder. No joke knowing. Really is he really love back to the Ozarks family. One, the blood, Mary. So, yeah, stayed up. I binge watched all ten fucking episodes, but back to Jason, Jason scored the Justin Kelly film, Michael injustice shows on last week. Yeah, that's right. She was. She was all right. She told us about your girlfriend. Chasing just hit him with the girlfriend story. Yeah. Yeah, he was really landed on. He's he's, he's got a playbook. He knows what he's doing. I think he's keeping that public image together. What did you think about way? What just girlfriend stores super straight up for you? Yeah, he's he's really not gay. Oh, no. So stripe thought, I thought that he was gay and then I met him and I was like, oh, you're not gay. I was singing Oklahoma, and some other so tunes, Dan. He had no idea what are these weird songs? He's like, I'm gonna go back to watching sports. Actually real story. Yeah, I had a party at my house. Yeah, because you know, I like to watch boxing is my only spoil. That's right. So I had a boxing party had one straight friend that was there, but I actually have a few gay friends or like watching boxing. Okay. For various reasons. Yeah, sure. And there was also like another party that came after. Okay. During that was kind of the anti party and Justin, Kelly was air. Of course he was coming. What are you doing. Oh my God, this one's hot. Meanwhile, me and Ted here screaming at the TV like, you know you like Oscar de LA Hoya. No, no, no. He's cancel. Guys. To be honest, boxing, the actual characters. It doesn't work well for woke people, the woke, they're all kind of you guys are both invited to the next fight and it's dinner -taining like, yeah, do you scream at the TV teddy does? And I do a little bit who doesn't tell a potential guests on your show. Ted jewel. Terrific. Rapper and philosophers. Zuno serious factors going gonna get to that. But there's so many things that Ted, honestly, it's remarkable more interesting than I am. Cool. So you're cancelled and we're going get down on the way to get fans. Patriae numbers. We actually just texted. She said she got a score of something. Let's see what that is. A score score of something like a musical school or like a no body sprays, fragrance, body sprays, one that's like Giorgio, you'll love Primo Premio another body fantasies in cotton candy sent and Japanese cherry blossom. I, the springs to mind two things. One did he's very specific about our sense. She has very specific thoughts about a lot of things. Hey, hey, that's a compliment end could be interpreted, however you'd like, how long have you been married to her? Oh God. Since the beginning of time. It's been. Shit, five years. Okay. But we've been together like usually good to get that right into the, but so terrible with dates. Sure. Yeah, I. My ceiling these birthday on my birthday. That's always helpful. It is. Yeah, it is. And then my but my parents, I know kinda the rain to where they are think my moms ended January twenty seventh and twenty nine. And then my dad's around the same in, I think he's like the twenty seventh or the ak- night. Something like that in what Mike Mike. I love them, but I just have really bad retention for those specifics with birthdays. Brian, I've I know mine looked, you start there. I know mine and my family's my immediate families, and then I know like. I'm not that great with other people, maybe. Yeah, you don't have to specify them. They need to say a few other people. I think I have like maybe twenty five. Okay that you could go to and pretty much the range of. That's pretty good. That's pretty good. Green is your blue eyes. I think they're green even the light right now. He kind of pretty is. Thank you very attractive. Well, hey, we'll have you always been attractive for you? Ugly when you were younger? No, no, no, thank you for saying that. I'm really feel no way because I moved to l. a. and put on like twenty five pounds because I did this thing where I would walk in New York for nineteen to walk around. And then here a stopped. South walk. Yeah. And then I kept eating. Yeah, yeah. And then then then then I had to learn all these terrible things in LA like, you know, diets and low carbs and all these. This is terrible l. a. talk that you'll have to do all that not no, no, terrible LA talk. We're all about terro- blow you listen to the show I have. I have to be honest only listened to like three or four episodes. Did you listen to the DVD's episode? Of course I just wanted to make sure. I mean, I thought he was kind of fucking brilliant. She was she was, we love the fans to, oh, that's the thing is like she gets home. She's saying, I've been looking at their. I've been looking at those comments. And I'll tell you, she's like, I think I should be on the show regularly because I was like, listen, I thought it was really funny, but you gotta love you guys are good like you guys are like, you know, d. did three years of hard time UCB hard time. It is a hard time can be really boring. If you go to someone fucking shows. She did three years of UCB. Oh, I didn't know that. And so she has that thing where if she she can comfortably does rock with where you're going. Oh, she's a blast. Gas was lovely. She's also has not plug in our podcast, but plug on her. She has a little pocket. She's doing, which hasn't come out yet. That's the thing I'm looking forward to promoting. Oh, that's nice. I see. What's that. Yeah, you're coming to say you're, you're a good guy, Tim. I appreciate you from one of the moment I met you and we got a lot in common United. So I, I really appreciate that. I feel the same way about you always had a lovely time with you and always thought that Tim's a great out. Thanks. We sincerely had some great comedy feeling. Give great conversations that everybody, but that's very sweet. But at the same time I've had a lot to me. Our conversations have meant a lot to me as well. This is a lovely little bromance. How is this week? Well, now that we're both having mustache, whereas now, of course, Tim is about ten years. Interesting story, but mustache, ten ten year anniversary just goes around the corner and not even what are we six months? I'm the ten and a half on. Yes. For ten years. Yeah. By the way, the picture of UD glad to see heat trust up. What's. Show up in my at a really weird off and on before I got dressed. I dress strange. I, I got. I know I dress right. You have a distinct look. What would you remember to think about your memories of when you saw Tim before? What was the first thing that you would say? I have no idea. I don't remember. Good. That's the. That's the. That's the secret. It's it's forgettable. Wearing something's, you were in something strange, strange, strange, stew with within a bright color tracksuit. No, probably actually did I got a ridiculous like camouflage tracksuit on. I did actually. Okay, that's right. That was at the grace Jones, Tim and d a few. On a chromatic. Sweatsuit looks yellow lemon, yellow. Oh, could I wear that? I've seen that which is head to toe lemon, yellow to good one. Weird, elegant. And this morning I had on a gin by Jimmy, what's that? It's a Japanese summer Komono shorts and a little thing Komodo which the short arm to shorts and they're really comfortable. It's that they sleep in the summer seem man. That sounds great. It's amazing Jim by j. I n. b. e. I shutout to my buddy PS w Patrick Patrick. Yes, yeah. Right? Yeah. Yeah. And he goes on all over the world and on three or four occasions. Now he's been in some weird place on a been like, hey, why don't you give me the like the, you know, I'll look up whatever it is and the local fascists in human using Likud won when he was in Vietnam. He said, give me your measurements real quick. And so I got my measurements and he got me Andy some silk, some like black silk custom pajamas that were like seventy five bucks each crazy for like cut to order beautiful custody. Cool spoke designed silk little tight on the ladies, but that's always good though. I mean, I think I don't. I don't. I'm not. I'm old so I don't. I don't. You know, how old are you? Old is fuck. No, you're not. I'm on one. Oh, no, no, because I'm forty two. And you're younger than me than you then? Run? I gotta mix, solid or you? I'm all come on me forty two and a half. Two. I'm older than that. Forty three and a half a mould in. Okay. Forty four. I'm forty four. Okay. That's not that old two years old. With Ray and you do it. Ray the great and I wouldn't worry about the way thing. I think you're in great shape. It's all the fat that's in my face. A lot of people do gain weight when they moved to LA. It's a strangely sort of, I think certain people in the first thing you also have all these people. He's kind of west siders, I calm the skinny all the time. You know, I, I have had wait ups and downs my whole life. So I did witness. You had a little chunky moment now you're definitely exactly. So that's been a thing throughout my life. So trying to maintain the thinner thing. So there was a lot of stressors going on at that time. I had prepare to joke about your diet, but. We're going to cut. Well, you can say it if you wanna put it on the private, not for sure, real. I gotta Jason private real. That's a hunting or Kentucky session actually like to see that it's real good, probably probably very problem. I had a Mike on him for four days straight. So Jason's he's a lot of fun. He's a lot of fun. You did the IM Michael. Scorer. Jason? Yeah. And then we met through Jason? Yes. You did a couple of other scores for Justin as well? I did. I've scored all Justice fill all of them. That's right. The only person actually who's worked on all his films of the. That's impressive. And how'd you meet him? I met him at spotlight in the dark room. A man of Jason. Oh, Jason. Jason through Jason that's make. I'm. Just in through. Elliott. Do you know Elliot? The name's familiar, but then I'd have to seize DVD's old Judy from twenty years ago in here. And then now he's. He's, he's like, very, is this like. Handsome, Cuban lawyer, Mr. national lawyer, dude, he's like our homeys oak, super fun. You know there's a song about him. Did you? Do you remember that one? Right, Brian. Let's see if I can about Al ears. Yeah. No, it's like it's not. They don't say his name, but it's like Hanson q. Ben lawyer. Live here not anymore. He detected and he died of a heart attack, but he was brought back to life by the stripe, end strain of modern days. DVD's Gudo Judy from back way. That's terrific. And keep that good. Yeah, yeah. Lyric. So can you? I can't. The song this is thank you. Appreciate that. No, you know what the backing track for that was is it feels like, is it herald the Meyer? Very good. My friend I deliberately pulled this up for you. This is from the running man score. Oh, okay. I knew I didn't know which score was, but I recognize those drum that drummer Shane. The same drum machine, a very distinctive sound. So I've had some fabulous chats with Tim about movie scores. He is a just a an encyclopedia of scores and composers and everything. And I mean as a composer yourself, you've done what north of or over a thousand commercials, lots of commercials, lots of controversial yet which I greatly by the way. Oh, thanks, man. I actually did on on the way here. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Do right before I left for, I don't know if I could talk about it. I probably so it's for it's for a beverage company. It's for beverage company. Yeah. Oh, yes. I see for beverage company, a very, very big one of the biggest top to beverage company shirt. One of them. And it's a Christmas spot. Oh, nice. And it's kind of you. We'll see. We'll see it soon. OC gray and months. Of course you're the composer behind the infamous Friskies ad that DD key. Yes, he senses, yes. I wrote that. Kudo banner. Seems to stop. Exciting. And she. She. Skis, the the sense. Lovely. What is what is your? Do you have any favorite ones that favorite one favorite people. Would you like what are your top five favorite commercials. I love commercials. It's like, I know. But it's, I mean, what's the equivalent for what you do? 'cause I mean, like for me like my book sergeant moment, like I love to do stuff with Dustin, and he's in work on albums like that. But then I do commercials because it's kind of like it's not like like, what's the quivalent in your life? What's the shit that you do to make bread that you don't really want to do besides this. This is it, but. Wait for some of your voices. Actually, I don't know. It used to be blowjobs. Yeah. Yeah, the sex work now it could be cameo, but that sounds a little more engaging than. Then make commercials pays much though they pay through the nose for those things. No, actually it's not. It's not that good, but money's all right much. Much better. Okay. Back in the old days residuals, you could buy a house on a set of commercial wow freely. But now like one campaign the but like, you know, like I just did a commercial for we're talking not a lot of money. She we say, credit card company. Does it matter? Yes. It's public. Okay. I don't know. So I just want, you know, I got you. You can go on, you know. But I didn't know if you wanted to specify that and saying it wasn't a lot of money just saying, oh, I see what you're saying. So it cut all that. So so yeah, the edge. I just did a recent commercial and I, it's, they don't pay as much as they used to. Sure, okay. The whole industry. The whole industry. It's the union is the big change really? How how? So how did it? What was it like before and how did it change? First of all thirty? Second broadcast commercial will be thirty grand and then out of that you get your cut, which would be if usually it's not very good usually get like twenty five percent of the really music house gets most of it. Sure. For doing the relationship with the client and whatever they needs to be on his Paola back in the old day, they, you know, they give me ten commercials as three hundred grand. Why don't they turn around and. Scoop out everybody was getting paid as well as kind of go stuff. The certain companies that are still sort of doing it with the older guys in it's all New York really eighty eighty eight eighty companies are in New York that do it, and then there's what's the big eighty companies eighty. Others eighty some actual okay eighty or show. Sure, I got you. And there's another. I was confused eighties like a lot dividend and talk about record companies like the big three. The big companies aren't that big. We're talking like, you know, never more than fifteen employees sometimes offices at the most, you know. So the jobs that come through and then the money made was also on the back end because if you wrote it, you get residuals as a writer, if you played every instrument on nearly every line as a musician, famous, that's interesting. I didn't know that some the most of our, I guess, at twenty four lines on it and you played everything. I played everything, everything sure, of course. Then what's your original instrument, piano. And then from there you've played drums drums and bass, and guitar and play saxophone. That's cool. I didn't know them. Yeah. When did you start playing the piano three lessons a five or something? One of them playing forever. Yeah, one of the most light full things that you can see. Sorry, not dim when we're not too far. Caught. Gordon show. Ladies and gentlemen. That's terrible. Honey, cut that one. No, no, no. It's very in line with the show. So one of the great things at Tim, we'll do at a party. If there's a piano around is he'll just start playing something and it's great to watch him play because he has a certain facility with piano that is charming to watch. I just going gonna tell you, you're, you're the wedding that you just the there are friends waiting this coming up that I'm going to be missing. Yes. That wedding. Secret lineup of crazy, special guests singers that are great friends with mister Sparrow. Yeah, of course, of course. So. And so for the listeners, let's fill them in on the so Sam Sparrow in Zion, Lennox to to your friends of ours, friends of ours who were also at the grace Jones screening discussed on the DD episode. They're getting married on September twenty first, and it was really looking forward to going. Yeah, and then it'd be a blast it's going to be great. Nate asked me to DJ at, and I wanted to. You're going to be. I wanted to do it on the ones or twos. They still say that say that. What are the twos? Those I can't disclose right now because I have to be on them. So when I'm on them, tell you. Okay, that's that's private. One one one turntable. So I didn't get into like turntable wondering table to on the mixture. So the one or fake that actually then is not more than one one or two. There's just one one on one too, but they don't say the one and to say the ones and the twos accent. That doesn't make sense at all. Because even if he had four turntables, there could be one in one, a speaking of four turntables the great Derek harder. Oh, yeah. If you guys are familiar with DJ dare car from Chicago. Yeah, probably the of the best, you know, very arguably the most important house DJ alive or and certainly you know, top ten all time. Yeah. So I started making house music in the late nineties, and it's right there. You have a very long storied history. Thing. All these gays. Okay. Who now that's how I got to know all these gays gays, the gay gay do like a ghee is, is that many men who has sex with men? I, I've heard this, okay. I'm not really sure. Right. You're still looking for confirmation. This is very outside your wheelhouse. Question for you actually a little guys, the moment that I think you might be familiar with. Always like no. If you're pregnant. Tatum O'Neal Richard Burton from circle future, get Tatum O'Neal. No, we, you know, we, I think we're probably we'd like you. We have a lot of gay friends like, oh, yeah, yeah, mostly mostly, yes. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Do you get hit on? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. All the time. Yeah, not by women. I've heard on a camping trip. Someone made a rather better. On the spot don't. No, of course. No names. Pull on your dick. No wasn't. Okay. It was. It was just a, it was actually, it was really the the most innocent scenario you could actually, you could imagine, okay, we're good friend of mine, backpacking. Way out in the middle of nowhere wake up in the morning and I was like, can't quit. You know. Just jammed his. Oh, no, it's one of the things we're just woke up and I was like, you know, it was very, oh my God. It's so beautiful, so happy and gave him a hug, and you know, we love each other and then he whenever it gets. Turn bright red, we laughed and then we have copied. It was like, all right, Bennasar bugah with today. It was, I guess I still got it. Oh, that's really cute. You might. I think I know who it is. I'm out today. Shoutout you set out to look. Things happened. He thinks he's known, super freak. He's no. Okay. Then known. Super, yeah, he'll go for it in any given situation. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. The power freak power for our free housing. One is executive power hour week. I love this is something that's really that's fun about being adjacent agape ally. Privy to all this crazy. That's true. Yeah, you're slang. And shit. That's true. A lot of times it will filter into straight culture like five years later, and then there's some stuff. Yeah, man. Parting blood is one of my favorite ones that's from Mr. seller. That's too real. As an expression of shock Brinton I told them the a door was going to be on the show. He's like, I'm farting blood. That's pretty great. Decent. Put me on onto like have a very serious friendship. Yeah, man. Oh, absolutely. Every single day for three months. Yeah, so, and you know him. So I, I'm a Madam. Would you Justin was like, yeah, he's working on this. She's going to do the score, but you guys maybe get together and talk about it who he went out on my deck. I'd never met him in person. I saw vaguely knew of a couple scissors records, not only it wasn't like a giant fan, but like fuck with what I heard yet. Didn't anyway came in the house. You don't put a five eight fifty. Listen, I stopped smoking. Hey, all right. Not to derail your story want to go back. Honestly, I'd much rather smell your jewels. Funny was not your funny. It's also in line with the podcast, don't worry about that, but it's the same joke came from a different person. It would get a completely different respond. Yeah, it's all about this person to delivery. He said it'd be hilarious. Don't under sell yourself. I dunno dis funny. Yeah, but you're too. Did you know that? She's my hero. That's very sweet. It's hard living in that kinda shadow like, she's she's a wreck on tour. She's she is. She's she's, she's like, yeah, that's awesome. I'm I'm comfortable with that like an amused to it. So like. We can't handle like the energy counting. She sucks the energy in and just move DC holds court. Or it's not a bad way? No shit. I believe she has what they call be. She got in spades. Yeah, I think that start. I don't know. I think I know where it became popularized so there was something about Pete Davidson because something about Arianna 'Grande. She had said something about him having attendance, dick or something. And so two people said, oh, will you know Pete Davidson? He's got that big energy. It may have existed prior. And if anyone listening knows please write us, but that's where it became. Okay. Poppin says the. Like a veritable urban dictionary. Thank you. I tried to. I try to be like all this, lying that we're privy to the, you know, there's a whole language, right? There's a whole secret language Laurie polari writing and the this. This is what I was I, this is, you know, when whenever had this discussion about why? What if somebody gave friends in? Why? Because we've always been friends. Yeah, musicians composers exactly. Actors personalities in the gays and sailors apparently to and thieves. Also, this is not from this. Like. This is like tramps. This is this is we've found each other in LA. We'll find each other. This isn't like some same kind of folks. It's the same as the kids, whatever it's the, I don't know, but the art types. Well, find each other. Yeah, it's a beautiful thing. What was your experience like in high school had sort of abnormally high test scores. So I got put into a very special program who really from sixty eighth grade is called IP shutout p p was it stand for mos- individual progress programme? And it was for kids that were in the very one top percent, ooh, smarty pants classroom in the entire Seattle school district two, mild heart, and it was a real ragging about Seattle u. nerdy really. Okay. But some are like they're all really doing cool shit. And a lot of them I'm friends with. Including faces. It's not game of thrones thing. Oba Facebook's. Okay. I funny I try. Let me try to put the dots together on that one. I'll get back to you on that one. I figured out trying to just listen to the show. I'm trying to be listening doing great. You're doing great. So you cutting yourself here. You're not getting your own legs out from underneath you when you say that, so. Okay, fine. Caccia. Do you remember when we were telling people awhile ago, but this terrific new play along game, I sure do Craig. That's right. And you know what the name of that game is empty faces exactly, empty faces, and we're both really into this. 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And you know what I know you're right because of your ruthless detective instinct. You're a sleuth and a scholar. I've got a nose for the news and relentless. You also that terrific type and that natty Sherlock Holmes hat. I do think you pronouncing my pleasure. Thank you for committing. So you know, really can you stop the evil? Because again, the code is WB and that's at empty faces dot com. Anyway, souls in this this thing. And and yeah, went to a school is like seventy five percent. Black was all around black woman and a black Holter from two very young age and then up up until eighth grade. Uh-huh. Shot out the liquidity. If I'm used to call my house after ten pm to my mom's, a dismay moms can get mad but acquitted and then Likud a talk with sometimes get a little spice. You got got a second line. We had a second line I did, which is it's not there wasn't that much more money because specially it has no long distance. Local felt very well worth whatever money it was for my parents. But then my mom had this little light to really on the two on two lines how these lights on. Yeah, yeah. So she could see if you could see talking. Yeah, every once in a while. What are you doing on the phone? She just pop on the call. She would. She would totally and well, you know, she's interesting character. I think it was her way of. I don't know trying to protect her, eavesdrops them house dark, and we were you doing on the phone where you haven't sexy talk with liquidator. I mean, not a little bit sometimes. I mean, I'm out no. Oh, okay. And then went to private high school though. Okay, four one eighty. Yeah, I was in a program that could skipped high school and went right to call my mom Wyoming to skip that really. So yeah, they wanted me to be on a normal high school. I get that. It's almost surprised when it's something. Obviously, gifted child has the potential option to shoot through things and it's not chosen. I'm just interest is a good thing actually for socialization, all that. Yeah, but no, hearsay, but I hit my junior year. I think surprise is more like you think that sometimes the idea of like the goal oriented thing. Yeah, sometimes supersedes any thoughts about that. So it's an interesting approach. Mom was really cool is really cool. Sixteen, I started to fuck up and school, really. What do you think the reason I just wanted to play music all the time? Yeah, yeah. Music. The devil. Devorah gummy away from homework. I was also in some classes that probably shouldn't have taken hated science, but then I was in AP science. And so I, I got it. My I d I'm two years to come and be like, you know, really good student in a very rarefied program as well. Yeah, those nerdy academic, but then I was also, then I kind of switched to really being interested in. I don't know music, like really just in music. I was in a band. Cool. What was your first band called? It was called urban dance music. And we did. It was my friend Perry, my friend, Kent, and my friend Curtis and I did. He played keys and all amid all the tracks and keys and the. Oh, wow. Okay. So you already doing production at that point? Can't wrap more than and courtesy of the main rapper. And I made all the beats. We've got some stuff on the radio rule. I didn't really fit in the vibe of high school. Didn't like his much really rich kids. And was his also Seattle or else? All Seattle. Okay. I just kind of I was really excited to get out of there and not come back. Sure. Not really. Didn't really love high school. Did you go to college? I did want to the New York University. I've heard of the old effort that that's on the new NYU. Yeah, it was my safety. That's right. That's what they call actually, at the time it wasn't now. It's really like prestigious, but yeah, in the early nineties is it wasn't as prestigious. Uh-huh. And I wanted to really go to Colombian and get in. Okay, but use that d- got in science that fucking d I gotta let that shit go, you sweat. I think I think. Releasing that tension now. So anyway, you've got big d energy by thank you for our fellow. Anyway. Yeah. So. Yeah, that was my high school life. And then how did you get into the music thing as a regular as a regular thing is I wasn't. I was kind of always like in high school. I was playing in trios. Like on the weekends, I play two or three nights a week. My mom used to drive me before Emma license. That's really great. Yeah, I was playing professional jazz gigs in those out. It doesn't know job too. No. I mean, you gotta know what you gotta know what you're doing. Yeah, you know, there'd be like a hundred fifty songs had to kind of having to just to be able to play jazz piano to its side of it. He used to play jazz piano, right, Brian, but you gave it up, gave it up for the ukulele, but then I had to parade away. Let's my mom's instrument, my mom lives equally. I don't know if you're joke among serious about the Galela he might not be being serious. Yeah, I didn't think so. But my mom's dead dead serious ukulele. She's in a group no way. She's the youngest person in the group was sixty six and the name of the group? Yeah. All women all sixty five older. Yeah. The mother plumbers. Oh, are they on YouTube? They should be. I mean, we did make. I went up there and shot a video them recording stuff because it's just too good. So it's Tim's also very interested in photography and videography interested. Phil interests that involve degree. D does all that shit, of course, but you both are thing. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. We shouldn't make an art like all types art. Exactly. We like we d- now pain or watercolor or do you know sculpture who we live fashion architecture and interior design. Okay. Anything is you know? Yeah. Any pretty much any creative pursuit is I'm really interested in. There's a feather company called mother Placker meeting. Maybe they could do have theme song or something. It's worked together on that, hey, cya heard about you from this guy. About some unsolicited music. We listened to the episode with the two Dom and then it just auto played this had group, and so we wanted to reach out basically what I'm trying to go. So, yeah, anyway. Yeah. So popular with the DSM community. It's good to be popular with the BDO community ever had been sealed into a vacuum bag with only an air to fear mouth. No, but that's like my serious biggest fear. We'll do you know that that's like a popular, not popular, but then you can't tariff anything that's like restricting my breathing, got years of asthma and allergies and like that shit freaks me the fuck out. Wanna see picture that will activate your anxiety. Good. Okay or not. All right, so you don't have to all right. Let me show you. So we discussed vac bags. I knew it wasn't going to be as funny as eighty, but he shot. Mean he's been doing great. I think she's fucking fun. When we actually record, it's going to be terrific rehearsal, like she's fine. Right. But you really funny to like you're both funny people just because she's very more quirky, you guys have different styles. It's like you laughed, but it's true. You know, it's like you kind of laughing at. You're telling you, Brian, don't you think many people can sit there laughing at us with this show. I mean, I don't think that it's funny because they make you are really funny, a great report. You're both like lightning fast. Oh, thank you. Thank you very much on joy. I appreciate that. I love when we started doing this and we all hung out and it was the grace Jones thing like an because we're telling us little specific things that you loved about the show, and it was really brought up very warm, exciting feeling to me. I was warming citing feeling I, I think this is one of those things. This is an exciting. New. I don't know. It's a struggle structure like a Jon Rao of entertainment. It's really, it's really cool. The podcast monetize better which that the people that I know they're doing podcasts, you know, can be under very successful level on his still doesn't seem to make as much money as they would doing something else. And that sucks. Sure. Although it's it's heading in the right direction, which is, did you see my new casper mattress one hundred? It's behind what's behind it sounds like seriously? Yeah, they, they delivered it. All you got to casper. For you, and we're going to get paid for them too. So coming up soon to casper mattress over there is a box of supplements that we're going to do promo for probably on maybe this episode or the next other hymns by any chance. No, but we do sponsor as well. And by the way I did write them and I said, listen to, you know, you're supposed to send some of these those pills that Boehner two weeks ago. Oh yeah, they're gone. You know, it's never a bad thing to have a little bit of backup. Just in case you go to Tijuana and test them. Yeah, that's right. Well, you know, I like that you're very serious about the research and you're not going to take anything. Let's right. So here's the picture of the. That's the feather I'm looking at her. She healed. That might be a king Cobra promo shot. That's the vac bag with looks terrible. You know, same here. One hundred percent know Aaron Kanter I don't think so. So he's, you know, Aaron, Kanter. I know somebody named San Francisco. The San Francisco treat? No, that's why it's a roommate he. He is saying he's the San Francisco Canterbury? Yeah, yoga person is he. Aaron, I enter the yogurt per he's a filmmaker. Oh no. He's like the Folsom street parade doc or something for almost sure, yes. A couple of those who'll why I can imagine on those called bear mania. Okay. Is this like two big bear's just going to pound town, but they're covered in black, shiny paint, really. And then when the magic moment comes, yeah, there is sort of eruptive of hot pink, hot pink leavings. How did they get it? Hot pink, certain dietary things look up, look, a bear mania. I did cool track for this under appreciated we. He came hot pain, not really out of his dick whole. It looked like pretty real like he must have. But they, you know, they fake a lot of those come sites on the point in the really had to do that from when they're still one shot all the really I'm not sure to set arena, but I they do. I wouldn't say we're not surprised that there's magic and movies. I was watching a porno the other day and I could see that it was like, oh, that's not coming out of his dick whole, no, no, yeah. Yeah. You gotta do the right angle if you're going to do, but you're not really in that zone of looking like, well, it's like in the departed. The bombing grabs a guy, throws him against the wall as a fake wall to wall Benz. But of course, as he left it in because you don't if you're not paying attention to that, you're so wrapped up in the movie like Scorsese we'll let stuff like that in even though he's Mr. tale, right? There's a, there's a scene in. I haven't seen it. You have a wolf of Wall Street shot in an iphone and they're easy to the drinking game. Oh, we should add him to the drinking game because people are going to get, they'll get alcohol poisoning because we do talk about is it maybe should have a different shot for each. Seven fifty and you line. I'm up the throat chat. If Craig. Scorsese be new. Beverly. When the Beverly Beverly is gonna. Anything else about the new Barry? I think that's good. Yeah. So you'd have vodka tequila bourbon. And then the fourth one should be gin. Hey, Craig, this is on. I was just wondering, are you gay. Some a big deal. He's crossed my mind. I was just wondering. Good back to let me know. Want to talk about the wedding again because I'm not going to be later. It's going to be, do you know Hulas? No, she's mazing singer. Uh-huh. Fula vox on view. Okay. I've heard will the vox yet. I would never miss it except that I booked travel. Yeah, to visit Sammy and Australia. Yeah, didn't look at any calendar or anything. I was just Ryan's already rolling his eyes not. I said, so you're, you're using your your cock to actually control your travel, Las someone. Talk about love, whatever. You know, whatever you would, how cloudy that I, this is great. I think you should. Thank you very much. Yeah. No, you're very exchanged that I have chased out wherever you find it. I mean, what? I, my wife, my wife and my lie. Did he moves across the country to be with me? And then I mean bay. So tell us about that story at point. All right quick. So denied met in LA. Yeah, I got a job and I was like, I wanna keep dating, but I I can't keep going back and forth. I got a fulltime job composer at the sound lounge in Tribeca, but you know what you move out here. We give shot and she she did, and then she said, but I'm only going to do it for a year or two because I hate fucking if you DD hates New York, really? Why is not her jam? She's weather sensitive. Okay. So my so I love by the way talking with DD about our mutual distaste for New York. You really don't like it. So I gotta later to hate New York. It's very common for a New Yorker to eight LA. We'll see. That's true. And I always think that's funny because I him for everybody hate, let's be honest. But you know what the were, they hid, especially the people that never come here. They hate LA goods. Stay where you are, right? Keep the fuck away because the rents already crazy exactly. Don't get that notion in your head. Stay where you are and complain about fake everyone is here. Yeah. Yeah. Without putting the mirror on your own town and, oh, you'd see the same kind of fakeness anyway. What does that tattoo on your older we look at if you Trotter it's to to these connected told me the what is going on. I do that in high school. He was that after taking a Cyclo silos. Go on the viewer. I mean some deep set eyes. And yeah, there's a little. It's terrifying. Luke conjoined twin monsters. Yeah, of cool. Did you ever interest in cartooning at one point or actually started to go to art school for illustration at the cool. Yeah. Which one? Mass college of art. Oh, Austin. Yeah. And then I switched to performance art because I wanted to do something more lucrative. So you know each other from Boston. Oh, did used to go to video drone back the sprint, Zion, Lennox. Oh, cool. Yeah, yeah, I was happy that we all got to gather at the grace Jones thing. So you guys must have been tickled pink when when? Oh my God moment you guys must have been like a glued to the set. Oh, so thrilled. It was hard to to watch as if because this fucking bog has is happening and why you're such a giant rupaul fan? Well, I was already a drag race, but also giant fan of Brian's, and there was some scuttle butt about whether or not he was going to get on the show that year. He had additions was at every year every year since like season three, I think right. And even the there was a special for season three which was like had highlights of some of the tapes and a minute of or whatever fragment of his was used in that. And I used that clip in the KiKi video. Right? But he was performing a video Drome. Okay. And then when. I was kind of getting a sense that maybe he was going to be on the show. I started depressant I was like, so I was looking at book in November. We're talking like months ahead of time which was not how we book stuff, but I was just kind of trying to dig for information. And he said something like, I don't know. I think I have to visit family or something like that. I was an attack or something, and I was so thrilled. I was like, yes, he's gonna fucking show. That's like the line. Lost. And so they're these not visiting. I have to go teach English in South Africa. Again, we were fucking thrilled. The only thing that was funny is that there was a new experience to watch it rooting for someone so hard core. I bet I didn't really notice anyone else and then, yeah, and Bryan had some confidence issues on that season which were to have my him. That's what it was. You need to get lead. You just take the wheel. Hymns. I need my hymns. And so when he got over those all-stars to even more thrilling. You. Tim brings the spirituals. Two one. Thank you. Do you love cheeses? Do I, of course good. Been trying to hit the goat and go Gouda like. My cat Cora. What is that? What else have been getting into sheep's cheese? Sure. I heard a story that you want an all dairy diet. At one point. I did do a head of dairy moment yet. Dairy moment. Okay. So what is this dairy moment? I did have a dairy moment with one of these weird diets at trying and just eight is dairy and then didn't go the toilet. Out long, we conversation decide borrow quick. Yeah, that's what this whole show is. It's all sidebars stuck together. Yeah, I just had to pull him stand up for that. Listen, that's so if it gets chilly, Chilean here. Let me know. Okay. We're talking about, like my jersey aunt came into town in two hundred go to Disneyland. We're talking about how the different pronunciations of the word bathroom. Okay. In the New York City area, and as you know, in New Jersey, they say they say bathroom, okay, bath. Still you hear the h. though. Bad half. In south Brooklyn is bad trim or the batch almost like batch like the batch room one, two, three, three, what's like badge, which is another funny way to think about the bathroom. So you're going to drop a badge who's really funding, right? It's also the New Jersey thing. There's also when some people when they say legs, it's legs a, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's that's Seattle to they say, like it's instead of say, oh, okay. Yeah. Avon bathroom, do they? Yeah, the by. Yeah, you're right through Baath. It's a bit of that that saw that's almost like, yeah, I love the bus until the accent. It's townies. Fuck of all no good. John can kind of drop some of those gems, salmon. Zion are gonna come on the show in October dream team. Yeah, absolutely. Because I want to hear all about the wedding that I'm not going to be able to go to. And this is the present to you or to them. It's a mutual take, give and take. That's right. What's the theme at the wedding? Is there theme? Sure. Gay, gay, gay? It will. I don't think it'd be extra extra gay. I think I have the theme of the wedding actually here, that's the wedding fame you're playing with the far wherever wherever I are. Yeah. Yeah. Is it this one. Get me right in my cold Central American heart. Ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the married couple this. This is what we're gonna do for you. Yeah. So they're gonna come on and it's good to know that. So I'm going to have to ask for a couple of Boston's. Don't you thing to do? So let's get back to Sam. You were saying Sammy's. Yeah, that's not we. We can't talk about that. He probably would like that. Okay. Do you sing not? Well. Try. Carrie, okay. You do? Okay. Kinda how k. Cut that out to know you. It's okay. It's okay. We're trying to pronounce pronounce it pronuncia correctly. Yeah. Okay. Cut. You actually have a small system in my house. Oh, what we should do? Yeah, come through loved it. I love going to your house. Well, thank you. He's such a lovely host. There was a time where what these sites a lovely. I just love him. Fabulous. Not o. the team. Fabulous. Yeah. So we're gonna make a shout out to my friend who who's a listener too. These issues a listener. And do you like to do various stories as like an older older couple Newark, mothers? Sure. Hitting kind of like vitzium like like. Gotcha. Yeah. Billy crystal saying it's like a Billy crystal gag. We've been talking about having a decent the show because she's an interesting nutritionist stuff. Yeah, yeah, yeah. She's a cool last ride. I love to hang out with. Yeah, she's one of our favorite BB's. She's great man. Yeah, yeah, DD it promised the girls night that I was invited to, and I was like, I haven't heard yet. They turn all the way that turn, although, yeah, yeah. Get Krung turn to. They crown turn an let. Yup. Yeah, they do. They sure do kind think of this year do. And you've been in LA for how long since since nineteen fifty two. So New York was the forties than you were in there from or I went to New York during the great depression. You know what? I think that's probably the best time who's Hoover wasn't who her. It's hard to remember. James k Polk who's your favorite president. I gotta go with Salak Allama. Love presidents like Allama. He's still David. Alan Grier will shout out to David Alan Grier Dag. Yeah, yeah, notorious. Yeah. Do you? What do you think people mean when they talk about the fake people in l. a. the they're talking about the actual neighborhood we're in right now. That's not fair. Now. See, this is this always happens with the east side. People said, people love to shit on the west side and the west side people go. Like, Owen his to, you know, you're really more of an east side type, but I like living in West Hollywood. I won't get it wins an eastside type two more like Arctic creative to little more integrated. It's not all fucking white. I don't know, slim, more culturally progressive, there's. And then what's the west side are like the one side is, you know, not too far from Hollywood there, you know. I don't know, but it's Hollywood. It's their Hollywood and West Hollywood to meet two totally different places. I acknowledged a difference, but I, I see it as a. I, you know, I wanna say disparaging things about Los Angeles. I really love here. Yeah, but you're already on the disparaging track for West Hollywood, somewhat. Follow a lot of, I gotta say some of the people that I don't like in l. a. tend to be you can trust present company excluded. Sure. Certainly, I think the like Santa Monica, how go into specific. I friends. I do have friends in that direct. Yeah, but listen, I have very strong feelings about Santa Monica and Venice is well cause for awhile. I worked did a lot of work in Venice. Yeah, and I don't like the area very much. No, no, yeah. I don't care for it. I don't care. I don't care for like over there. I don't like the fake rich, the rich fake hippie yet. I really that shit. Yeah, I can't stand that gratitude. Yeah, that's not my jam is bullshit. I, I'm into like a funky vegan restaurant. The smells like b, o. Listen, I love instance crossroads on Melrose, amazing vegan place, right? Yeah, he talking about. When the when the lady that comes to take your order has like toenail hair. Right. Pancakes are gonna come out and they're gonna the food's going to be delicious. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think he needs. You want some funk like there's a lot of the west side is just very spray hand. Yeah. Lot of supplements and yeah, supplementation. Oh, yeah. Yeah, three floating silicone. Yeah, yeah, sure. See that hanging out with lots of people in the block, but I got a lot of friends in the building, so that's the thing I get it. I get us sort of an oasis. I do shorts in a barren cultural desert, and quite frankly, get your shots ready kids. I'm a five minute Uber from the new Beverly. Oh, wow. Okay. That's a major difference from being all the way, but you know what I would drive the half hour to meet you anytime. Sure. Yeah. And I have many times we, we've done three marathons. Oh, really? Do the Argenta come on that was greatest nights of my life. Yeah, we did Schwarzenegger. That was a great also, just due to you did one of the hormones? Unfortunately, the programming that night that was terrible. Awful. It was really bad. Was Halloween night, right? Or something like that. Something like that. Maybe later I can't remember as a waste of everyone's time. Listening on it was. It was was a letdown and I felt bad. I felt responsible. I remember I apologize like two or three times I was like, I'm sorry. Usually it's better and I don't know what happened any night where you can just sit in a movie theater, shoot the shit and watch like five, four, five films. That rose is is an awesome night. Right? No, you're terrific company at the marathons. It's very specific. I'm join us. If you see one that looks good to you, there's I don't think there's any way I could do that. You can go to like Jason came once. Did two or three d did two or three you guys made it in the fourth film. But the fourth film is where they beat it out of you. They did it with red Sonja, they just beat the spirit at anyone who was like on the fence, blah, what is the food situation? It's grimy. They have a white castle. Sliders that can be heat up in a microwave and hot dog. It's actually a really good popcorn and that's it. Here's the thing though. Bring your own food. You can bring your own food cooler. He does get some easy gets a really garlicky. A super garlic coal Co. so like an Italian. So, yeah, you know that proper time on this guy. Comes with extra pickles. Hey, that's the guy with the kep ago. How much of the break is there between movies, fifteen to twenty minutes. Yeah. Okay. Enough time to smoke a cigarette. The bathroom breaks perfectly because I will not wait. No bathroom on. You saw that line. It's brutal. It's a urinal and toilet. Oh God. And it's mostly a sausage fest. There's like five ladies. I have a whole system for the the bathroom. I wait till the the lights go down. They start the trailers use the bathroom then or halfway in the middle of the film and or miss the end of a film because at a horror movie I go. All right. I got to go to the bathroom there either gonna leave or they're going to die. I'll find it later. But then if I know hours in a terrible film, I want to see what the fuck is going to have a look at you. I also I was like, if I don't go to the bathroom now it's going to be thirty minutes till I can use that thing because the line is so insane. Just cath. Oh, yeah. You're right. What's cath catheter? You're right. Like you bring something like a bag and you put it in the bag. Yeah. Well, that's the Texas catheter catheter up. You just so that's just it. That's just pissing in a bottle or something? No, no. You put a catheter up your dick hall in p. while the movies plan, have you done this? No. Maybe this can learn it at the theater figured you're joking, but I was just in case I didn't ever know you don't wanna shame it. I don't want. Yeah, because it's like, you know, I don't want to catch chain cast shaming. It's not very out this year is very out, especially coming next year to and this'll be put out maybe two weeks. So by that time it's going to be a real hot button issue. There's also the Texas catheter, which is basically it's like slipping a condom on the penis. And then you have it attached to sort of a temporary glossy bag if you will, for lack of a better simile, and then you just let flow through this special condom and then you're in bed and number one or number two. That's number one. I mean, that's what a class me bag is. All right. Well, I guess I just wanted to terminate some kind of thing that collects waste. So I get what I mean, if you're gonna do. All that once she's wearing fucking diaper. Well, I mean it's cheaper and it's right at CVS. You'd go get some depends. You strap them on? Yeah, p freely. Strapping them on. And that's the thing really p freely with the diaper speaking freely lend to shot out Edris t for p and freely freely. There's controversy. Is there what's this all about? So Ed and Didi were in ohi- and hanging out and the sort of feral child came. Wait, what. Stop this feral child came out of the woods. There into the hot tub like just like drop trial, just walk, try to over to the hot too. Indeed, he's like while they're in the hustle while they're in the highway, asking where they, I'm not sure about that. Okay. It's like, what's the big deal? It's just p the chlorine kills it, which is not a thing. By the way, it's a myth. It does have a chemical process with this shirt which turns the salt as in that soul is extremely. It's like a heavy irritant for skin in is. Yeah. Yeah. So like what the fuck that kids pain in the pool. It's fucked like someone tell and heads like, well, I mean, what's the big deal people people all the time I peed in your pool. Yeah, what and then later I Facebook shamed him about it, but made a little joke and just didn't even say like, hey, you my pool. Yeah, but I put a little comment like us to him and not a, hey, look at this thing about Pena pools, bad. And then I. It's like, I don't know why you're taking me out. Never in a pool like, okay, okay. Research. Fools and listen, that's an appropriate response to then finding out that someone had Pete in your pool. Yeah. I mean, it's like it's disgusting. Yeah, it's gross. I'm my neighbor's kids when they want to go like not a lot in shout out to the neighbors. They MRs Lee, the two little adorable children, and I, I'm cool with it. They just need to before they like it's just like, listen, I want you don't wanna have to clean the pool. You don't wanna clean the pool. You never want to clean the full, but the before that you have to really well, that's true. But you want to have to call you don't what the pool. That's what it is. You don't want to do that if there was a number two, that's true. That's not in the pool. Not. Yeah. Yes. Feral children or if it's a baby Ruth. Yeah, Caddyshack that's. That's that's. That's a classic the floater, the floater you, it's classic. Yeah. Remember kids if you want to did he was on, you guys started with the spicy poop talks. That's right. We started talking about the sort of academic stuff. Yeah. And then which is boring? No, it's not. It's not be slid into the spicy poop stock. Well, that's funny in the and the viewers like that. They definitely and and listeners to. Yeah. The thing I like is that we take a different path and that's what's fun. I think it also since we were talking about TD's episode, I'd like to get into your disappearing habits. It's called the French exit. But is it a full exit though when you do this hour, long mysterious, where's Tim? Well, it's kind of a dip in Hyde a dip. I love dip in high. I got a little social anxiety, so you know. Okay. All right, overwhelmed. I just I just take off. I di- loved that something back though. Yeah, that's the thing I like that. Yeah, you come back. It's not just like, oh, Tim felt away. Yeah, you can't just can't just leave. I think you can. We single, you can. Oh yeah, that's right. There you go. You're married, can't do that. No, you can you find it? That's helpful though, because you probably had some heavy boyfriends and your life. Right? You're not ever never made it to the altar though. No, God, no heavyset boyfriend's like the Bob, Hoskins character that was sort of a large bearish man. Prevents you from leaving. Where you think you're going large feral fatty. At ten o'clock town washed up, daddy. Even reading his mail. So let's do this little dip in Hyde. I do like the high, but you come back though. Now, do you think that the fact that being married changes it from disappearing to that you reappear has been good for you? Do you think maybe enrich for you. I don't give a fuck I'm old and we're for myself. Okay. But personally, do you feel like maybe it's been beneficial to you to not just exit somewhere comfort? Yeah. I read to come back. Why not? Yes. Sometimes it can be a funky vibe, funky vibes. I'm sensitive to. You don't want to hear about? Yeah, that's true. That's true them or you could just get bored and be terribly anxious like me some right or the third version absolutely appalled that they're showing kindergarten cop. Kindergarten cop is not my, it's not my jam Craig. We know this Craig. Yes, but I don't think the listeners know the extent of your could movies. Oh, I know it's cool to like it, but it's not cool. It's a fucking shitty movie. Let's be. It's hot garbage. I don't fuck with funny. Arnold. Arnold is not funny to me. Oh, interesting. Okay. So you don't like twins, hey, twins. Twins, kindergarten cop, a hot garbage. I know this listen, maybe this is a. Controversial topic. I want some. I want some curiosity masculinity with my sports in Egger. I want him kicking people's asses, and you know. No funny business. No, no, I I don't find him funny ever. Okay. So like I love comedy. I'm a mutt. He's not my brand of comedy. I like my perfect comedy moment would be like a love like the Tim and Eric. Awesome show. Great job. Yeah, a low. Some like Dada. Some weird, you know, like also deeply shot up to my friend Donell. James, he's a comedian. She just had her first next Netflix specials on the homepage right now. She's crazy funny for really Dr. Congratulations to her. He's fucking hilarious, comedy. I don't find him funny at all. I think a lot of people that know about comedy, excuse me, shit is fucking dumb like us. No Jason and some Christian. Well, look, you know, the shit, man. I talk about like you guys will talk about like like feathers on a dress for fifteen minutes at some dumb movie we made in the seventies. Dahlie pardons daughter was an executive producer on, well, we'll get into some weird shit like competent GOP and a half with Burt Reynolds love that about you, but but it's not my I can't. I don't always cosign. I can still be amused. Yeah. No, you enjoy the story. I don't want to be there for this. Yeah. Yeah. You just don't want to be the will you don't have enough for the web work? Yeah. Our Lardy had is, you know, he's a straight white male, you know, he's cisgenders straight white male. He's he's had the world has been his oyster. He can. You have a lot of things. He had action films and then he had to have comedy to. He's not that funny. So this is the woke response to the. Well, how about you then? So I use comedy ship, but I actually really love sports scenario. Well, what about junior? I want because if you hate twins, you must just despise junior. What is junior? Junior is the follow up, which is not a sequel, but it stained veto Schwarzenegger and Emma Thompson and the premises that they've developed this thing that's going to help people all right to basically kind, but but it's not because it evolves into this bizarre drumbeat. I've spoken many times of legal eagles on the show. So you're actually a great film. I'm happy to hear you say that I really like a guilty pleasure, like, yeah, like, you know, TBS zone and it's to so perfect exact way to find it employees you anymore. So you're going to smoke this joint and watch legal eagles overlong drama. I. I like a drama if the people are are consigned where, but they have to be funny to me. See, I think Schwarzenegger's very funny. But I don't think he's funny at all, but I think he's funny talking like his is weird like, but then you're sorta like laughing. Is it like two hours laughing at someone's immigrant accent? And that's not what it is. That's not what it is. See, that's that's now you're dismissing the whole everything. I'm calling you to task. I deliberately I wanna speak to the man. I deliberately sought this out because this is what was going on in the seat. Next to me as I step. In I. I was like, I was like, I, we saw like a banger. It was predator. One of the greatest action films of all time, it looks like a shot. Twenty years ahead of its time. Yeah, it's it's, it's, it's like Terrence. Malick film. It's fucking gorge. Yeah, everything about it is brilliant. They acting the script, the music, it's killing Schwarzenegger just plays like a unabashed unabashedly bad ass. Bettas. Yeah, Jason. So that to decent likes nigger with his muscles. That's what he. Oh, he was, oh my God. He was. Yeah, you'd love. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, he was gushing. He wants them to put his known. My favorite though of the films that they showed that night and his no, no. Well, either way, I think whatever I don't, maybe he's verse no, no to is no. No, maybe. Or PU swatch as we learned on on the show, does he? I think so. I think so. I think it's in the same family, but does he what is but does see, let's a smell that's in the air. Smells like dick and pussy. Yeah, yeah. What's that. Volatile lexicon. Does that. Dede took credit for my Pomona to. I totally came up and I had a feeling about that because but ladies saying piss out my asshole is not that bizarre. A guy saying piss out my own asshole. Downstairs mix up is a certain thing downstairs mix up. That's a little mighty Bouche reference. Yeah. Oh, that's all right. Paul me on well, cut that out way. Pomona is pissing out my own asshole. Ok, p out my own nasty ass, sorry. Oh, for God's out. My. Never thought of that like the. Larry Larry's, but that's Tim. That's Pomona as me. Yeah. Do you ever see. Together, you can't think of things. Pull me there's no code right on that one saying, no, you can't co write a word, no, p out my own nasty vote. Are you going? I think we have the sound of coming up to a thought together, a wait. Hold on. I'm hearing a rumble of Tiffany. There's a rumble, the Brembos jungle, something exciting's coming this way. At some point, something's coming some something good, Tony, in west side story, you were. He was Tony in west side story, high school. I just cut your moment. Sure. No, no. It actually worked out perfectly. I was telling you, I started that timed out perfectly. Yeah, I pick the wrong selection from this score, but what it was Tony, this was the predators score. It might be. Yeah. Now that wasn't John Williams. It was a Alan sylvestry. Also a young Silvestri a young Soviet on to do some heavy duty. Shit. Yeah, they're remaking that movie doing that. Why I saw that. I saw that my friend Frank posted that shot the Frank on Facebook, there's no need. Yeah, that's it sucks. You know, spirit is being or has been remade. I saw that too. Actually looks like it'll be a cool movie, but he never going to be. This is a big shoes to fill. I mean, a massive, massive, massive shoes view, stayed all the way through to the fifth film. I think at the agenda at the new Beverly. Where was that at the new Beverly theater, my God? Is it open yet? Which one? Which theater new, Beverly theater. Beverly is it open yet? Reopened, you know, new new, Beverly, you're saying that you've ever until December December. Did you say December December? December's the month of December? That's right. Now. When they reopened, glad that the new Beverly is going to reopen in December. That's good. Yeah. Yeah. So by the way, call your nurse now because now you have alcohol poisoning well, so anyway, we did take Jake shears their house. Five five films you sat through in a row? Yeah, all the time Gento. Yeah, I watch a lot of. I watch a lot of films. That's my thing. If five in a row. Yeah, I could do that easy. He didn't make it have you, you probably watched two movies in a row three. Maybe it must have been a day you watch three sitting in your drawers, maybe on talking maybe you're trusting drawers, maybe three, three in a day, maybe what about movie night, but it's at a theater and you can smoke. I did see a double feature. I saw death proof in terror. Okay. Together. That was good. Yeah. Well, so you're talking tarintino so now we can talk about new Beverly again, and we could go to maybe to a double feature because they do double figures other theaters, I and I've been to them. I just like that one, the best at new arts of cool. It is far away though you go to the one. Have you been in the one like the? I pick the one where it's like, no DD loves its. That's dean GM on read a ball. That's her gem doesn't have a suite at the I pick she. Has the name engraved until one. The pleasure couches there? Yes. Described the pick for those who God, it's like a lazy boy couch. Yeah, in non account, just like reclining chair. And you can have on like we're sitting in right now, actually. Yeah. Yeah. It's comfortable comfortable kind of actually they're not leather those like a Microsoft aid. Oh, and then you can order full meal really. And you're looking at the screen, you're? Yeah. So it's like this little larger scale. Little console comes out really nice. Waiter comes over. Yeah. Says Hello, sir. Can I get you a cocktail? Can I get you or anything from our? I don't know. They don't delay menu. Okay. And then it's like kaffa gratitude and you get the the Scorsese. No, yeah. Oh, yeah. You get the skirt Sese and it's not you ever go. There were Jake years. Maybe we'll Jason. Have you ever been to cafe gratitude? I have an Acadian anything there because I'm allergic to nuts. Are terrible that place. Everything's not based. Yeah, I, it's, it's also not guilty like like a motion nuts in there. It is. No, it's wildly colty now I don't fuck with it. Not that I don't like it. I don't like it. I don't want it. I got told you, how am I being in restaurant? I wanna see a female body here. Listen crossroads on Melrose. It's like the nice in between. Very lovely place, terrific food, and they're very nice too, but kitschy mouse on Figaro and. Okay. So jam coming to LA write all these down. Maybe we'll put together a Caccia in Craig tour guide or though actually or those not really word. So although if listener out there similar to the movie list some of together, so and put together a list of every single movie that we've ever mentioned sick, which is pretty insane. So shout out to you. Thank you so much. If you ever want to put out AS places, it's the bell and the the, the down the diving bell. No. Diving bell and the butterfly. I've never seen butterfly. I've never seen that. Good movies incredibly really. I just wanna at that to the list. Yeah, list. I'll put it on my saw. I just saw once when it came out and I was like struck with by the movie for a week, I should see it again. What are some of your other favorite films or directors directors. All of PT Anderson. You're listening. You ever listened to the PTA Anderson's dad on an outtake reel? No. So PT Anderson's dad, the guy had directed Magna. Elliot boogie nights the master, etcetera? Yeah. His dad actually loved the master. A lot of people didn't like the mess. I got a lot of interrupting phone calls during it, so I have to watch it again. It was one of those movies that just got interrupted a lot. No, no, no, no. 'cause you're impede listen, I don't. You know my policy iphones and movies. Yeah. You hardliner hardliner who was a house? We had those back with the new Beverly. It's funny. You should say that. Yeah, but a pal. Hey, thank you to whoever came up with that drinking game because we're having a lot of phone. Is there come with those in there and sending civil suit? Yeah, that's right. That's over here. No, no, no. That's gonna cut out of the private real. Real unpatriotic actually. No, but that's a secret private listening at CNN. CNN secret private listening, private listening. Yeah, I went to a really cool jam session. Tell me maybe three weeks ago, MAC Demarco's house. You know, I saw photo from that. Yeah, and he is a camera in his studio. Yeah, he's recording all the time and he's live broadcast into the internet. That's really cool. Like, yeah, it's, it's all it's. I could send you the link to it because I love that thing. Get some weird name. He calls it. Oh, I'd love to see that. Oh, wait. You know what? Before I forget Ernie Anderson. Paul, Thomas Anderson's dad was voice of ABC tonight on love boat Don. Pardo. Oh, he was the guy like Laverne shooting come up against it in the next episode. That whole thing, right. She'd do that too. I know and I gotta get so devas until because some based basing your voice appreciate that. My friend also good at cold reads, so voices is a force dot com. That DD three voices one, two, three. That's what it was. So you have an also recommended that, so I'm going to be joining us and then I can blast shit like that. When you do that, let's have a, you know, slide of my d. AM, hey, I'd love to do that. My friend Kazaam I give you some some sort of mixing tips on. I would love that hot compression. Yeah, compression compression both Thomas Edison's dead Ernie Anderson. Like I said, it was the voice of ABC to mainstream media. That's that fake news. I'm believing fake news. I'll knock is right now. So I can't you swishes off your guy. I can't stand and I love, but I was almost I wanna go ahead to Nike for the next couple of weeks. Yeah, I, I've never felt better about then with this brand. They're so stupid. Well, there you already bought stuff, Bernie, I'm gonna burn. He's, I had dental, knock, you don't like the flag. Bombarding the the new Bern by nine nine, just troop marine veteran veteran. I served my like what the fuck you anymore got hired enough. A Hillary. No, those. Oh, okay. Yeah, you'd like to get there. You go. Yeah, he loves to rub the windscreen against his voluptuous mustache. These windscreens have been a lifesaver. By the way it smell like a really good. Like I'm kebab maybe. Yeah, that's. That's what it used that was Michael Deborrah. So he's eight. I think it went to. I think he sounded like he had a. I don't think you Ruben. How's it? Good Bob. Oh, yeah. That's my favorite sound mix girl. Let favorites. I used to sit in in calculus NYU and it was a really fucking boring. One of those glasses, it was just like a hall of people. Yeah, and known as looking do this one. Oh, that's good. I, I'm out of clearly still pretty good. You can get a good one. Never seen this. Yeah, sometimes, but sometimes you get really fucking out. Yeah, it was just so you go go. Like push all the air. Like. Like single. Scores, it's to south really, to sounds like, you know, when you make the credit. When you make a snap, you know, it's, yeah. Sounds right. No, so I did. Yeah. Just demonstrate that part, which is the actual finger up and then there's the sound than it hits it hits the little cavity. Right? So it's two sounds the there's little high pitch. Six. It's like four to seven k. and then there's that fundamental tone when you hit the bottom. So there's two sounds very close together and it's the same thing like, if okay, plus. The air being pushed out. Okay. In order to make the second one to the first ones. Yeah. Everyday. Hey, Brian, you know, it's exciting. Craig wig is exciting male, we are this m. l. yes, it is. Although both versions are quite exciting these days you can get practically everything on demand, right, sure. Can like for instance, this podcast, you can listen to whatever you want when it's convenient for you, did you know you can even get posted on demand now what you can do it from wherever you do business and to do that, all you need as stamps dot com. That's very convenient because I have a few letters that I need to put in the mail tomorrow. Well, we have all the gear were signed up. We can just print out the appropriate posted. We pay for it via the account linked to our stamps dot com account and wallah ready to man drop it in the mail and just down the street. Exactly. And I've loved it so far. I mean, I've had to send out quite a few things as we do as part of a business and stamps dot com. You can access all the services that the post office right from your desk. 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And before you do anything else, click on the radio microphone at the top of the homepage and type in w. v. remember that stamps dot com and enter w v give me so relieved at the comfort needs of this. You'll wonder why to do before. Right? Absolutely. I wish I had known about stamps dot com ages ago. Glad we're having this little chat. I got. A bunch of weird noises I can make to. Let's get the catalog. Okay. I'm trying to think. Oh yeah, they like you. Tim is an all round entertainer. That's like sort of exam fear. Very popular with the Central American children is that knows? Is that how you one d over when I met her did it was actually this. That's very, would be able to squeeze those sounds just to, I could do a lot. My hands. Yeah, very gifted with your hands. You can eighty keys really impressive. I I again won the hand the hand the fighting over the or the central Merican farting. Departing hands is the. Yeah. Actually, I think what they call farting this. This is my wife, Elise favorite thing that I. Special piece for. So. Fully third grade. So. We started dating just, you know this before it was. Tamed you were. The feral child, you know. The whole time feral child right after college? I had a girlfriend that lives in Richmond, Virginia. Uh-huh. So that's your job from New York City to reach me gene. How long has that drive as long. Okay. And I didn't wanna stop thriving while driving to. Okay. Uh-huh. See, you can't to Kath. Bottles. I did appeal bottle while driving now a wide mouth bottle or adventurous. If if you have to do you have to go with goes Gatorade, listen, gator power, eight. When you're in the vehicle. Vehicle with the way. I believe it's a low slung corvette or something. I believe in a four tampo or four Tampa. A very inexpensive vehicle online ranted to person of certain, as I said, we'll see. Okay. Yeah. Now just whip. The piss the window in it's a, would you collect lot of in the one it's bit of a slide down. Then you kinda have to get the bottle and you have to lift a bit to get the angle sure driving. Yeah, wait. Let me let me. Sort of get angle hard. You gotta lift up. So your. From the on here from your your listeners anyone else's had. This has actually driven p my driving lease, write us, especially patriot members who can share their stories, patriots actually jerked off once while driving really by yourself on a dirt road somewhere. I'm not to run the. I think I was. I weigh think it was on the highway and is ignored cars. Yeah, yeah. Okay. I was jerked off in a car while driving on as my mama. Listen to this, I'll probably wouldn't respond. Oh. Well, then no. Of course, Tim would never do something like that. Well, see, I have a rule with my mom, man. I've actually had even the lowered Lord and driving's a sacred biz this gentleman. All the nights. I haven't agreement with my mother that she's not to listen to the show. I will send her certain segments. For instance, the Michael Barr episode, wait, Brian's, Brian, look at you doing the whole day on a second. Wait yet to do that again, tricks out of them and your bag. Boy. You'd busy trying to talk to him about tricks at bags. Figured it out was I was taking swimming lessons and the older kids had this thing they could do, oh, where we're going with that. Well, we can't hear you. You put hands together and shoots water and the two thing, and I'll just getting scored in the face of months by these me know their kids and I just wanted. So I just got home and try to figure it out. And then a realized, unlike a it was like an off label usage of my medication that are discovered sorta like. Thomas edison. Stole or maybe Ben Benjamin Franklin. I really Bank is our desire. Sure. I love is I felt like, yeah, I really a real innovator came up with something that must have been done before, but you would discover it for yourself. So it was new. It was noon away. You know what else is new? Everyone here except me this Ernie Anderson out. Take real Ernie Anderson. The father of Paul Thomas Anderson just do it again. Just on another track. That's all you gotta do. So if any of you or your friend? Oh Jesus, Jesus Christ. Let me let me explain something voice something wrong with this picture. I'm fucking leaving here. You have another plan. Answer the phone. You've dumb fuck role. Second thing and shut up just say we're rolling quiet on the set. It's in total fucking state of fucking disaster. All right. If you want the opening faster, we'll do it faster, do it because we don't wanna miss one listener. We want anybody tuning up. Ain't gonna mean one more fucking video. She's God. There is a way to do this show and this isn't it? Oh, fuck call fence. I'm part of the fucking show. I don't to keep in word. It's gave me that God damn look. Now I can't even look at him. I'll go in the other room during this see, I told you we could work this. 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Tonight on America's funniest people, the studio audience will choose who will marry by power tonight on something you can do kinda dick fuck around here and you'll see American gladiators. Song walk is she'll see in American bid applying. That's a big hole, but I can't do anything about it. You'll have to put some sound effects in there some fucking pig whistles or something. Somebody's to give a shit, not me. Fucking writing. There's no fucking hook here. There's no, there's no TS. It's dead on. I don't know what to do. I I know, but I don't think it would work any fucking better than what we tempo to the fucking thing. I just gets out there and then fucking plot, and they walk around to fuck us all at. Perfect. There's woman where someone goes, you're not rolling on this, right? And they and they hear the Geico. Oh no, no, no. That's my favorite thing ever. We would never. We'll listen to the show goes on the Barry white on is so he's very white does he's doing like a veto and he's trying to record it. And I guess that he can't say it something about some fairground or so. I can't remember. I think I have. Yes, he just can't fucking up five. This is Barry white. Please join me on Friday, Saturday and Sunday as ninth and tenth. For I, I in things. Cutting Pucca spot, Tony. Hi, this is Barry right? And Paul Quinn college cordially invite you to weekend in Texas on Friday, Saturday, one more time, Saturday and Sunday. Shit. Hi, this is Barry white and Paul Quinn college cordially invites you to our weekend in Texas on Friday, Saturday and Sunday may ninth and tenth as set. My dog was in a film with Willer net and and Tom, wait, really, it was called a risk cutters, a love story. Okay. I've heard ever saw. Ever played at the new Beverly, the might play the new Beverly which is opening. That's right. W not even getting money from them? No, no. I'm talking about the drinking game now. Oh, okay. Guys, this is I thought we've been playing the same game here. Trying to get people just like putting able. Give a half for them. Anytime you can anything that comes up a conversation generally is all fodder for the show. So fair enough? Yeah, I right. So your dog, but foxy my p to my best friend pass away last March GM. Yes, she was in. She's in this movie will Arnett so I came up the will Arnett news air and he's about to cut some fucking Tony at your dog. Dog. Hey, mister net knows Matz my dog foxy and she was in risk. Gutters tunes. Oh. Wow. You guys trying to cut a spot here to you on the street. I'm I'm in this like fly like Tribeca studio and the puck studios mine. It's not like, and you're going to my next door guys studio, and I'm just sitting there like you're saying, hey, and you have. I'm trying to shine you balls. I just literally of just your dog was in a movie. Yeah, I know he's famous ship, but that's not the thing. Oh, cool. You're like, oh, that's nice. You walk up to people on the street and just talk about other people's dogs, right. Brian? I do. Yeah. I say I actually liked to just the dog like, oh, what's your dog's name? And then I offer other names that might be better than that. That's cute for you. But what if your dog was Mr. pizza? That'd be fun. Yeah. Are you busy? I'm lonely. Can I hang out with you? Yeah, that works out really well. It's like it's like before grinder. Yeah, I, we have two dogs. No, I who has been on the show recommend you listen to. I've heard earlier. Yeah, so he's very well. Have Ron again. Yeah, you really should because she pays weekly recording to the comments to comments. Star DD read the comments on any of the other episodes think. So. They probably all say that about everything, but good ones was terrific guest, everyone loved her and with her back. Yeah, I love to go to the new Beverly with her. Maybe she'd go the new Beverly with with the and Jake shears. Dixie. Yeah, maybe maybe Brian. What if you went to the bathroom there, what would you do? Maybe if you went to the bathroom, there. Also. Shit, myself while I was talking to Jake shears of the new. Everybody's playing this game is your passed out. There's act out there. Black white girl wasted is right. W say that now let's bring it back. Bring it back, white growing. So detailed us a couple of fun. Lies, she makes up. She takes credit for jokes, right? This is what we're saying. She's a joke people. It's beyond me and there's nothing lower comedy were no claim. A joke is your, she's Carl's seeing all over the place. Now, what are some fun facts, but Didi that maybe you'd like to share deeds obsessed with the dogs? Sure. What kind of dogs are they have to eskimo mixes? And what does that eskimo? They're white dogs. Maybe seventeen twenty five pounds on their other. Both on Instagram you drew. They are always Nobel is one, and the other was chicken noodle FOX, but we haven't been updating that much. Obviously, we make all their own food and we make their food from scratch. You're kidding? Yeah. So I have a like fresh pasta. What is it? I small of a small fleet of lamb in my backyard that I slaughter. And then I swear to. What you don't. I know no. But we do make the food. Then one want them has has an allergy which is very LA for a dog to heaven. Yes. So yeah, a little snow is you can't have chicken, but chicken can have whatever the Vecsey wants and cluding to always our place in Burbank Headey avocado tree and says, she blossom almost twenty seven pounds. Now she back down to fighting weight of twenty two pounds, but, oh, wow, she did use a little deep Gordon. That's the technical. That's the technical term for that deep them also delicious sandwich from Taco Bell this right. She the great TB shout out to my friend obvi- Cora, who's an aficionado of the tackle l. delicacies never eaten at Taco Bell. If you had to go to talk about what would you try? Did have chose there? I think so. Noncommittal. They really might. Heard about them. They actually might have something like, apparently they're being burritos are not so bad. I've had a couple of things, but only recently because the friend Katie was like, you've never had it. So she ordered a bunch of stuff. I had the wraps up in Katie from the old. Now. I said, I simply said Katie simply said, katie's, you can't. You're the one bringing last name into it. You see candy pump Katie by Randy pump. That's interesting. Now, what are candy? We're very friendly. So the show all the time. Yeah. And I was like, what are you? Are you pumping? Are you up there. Much pumps. They're pumping. The bedroom, watching the dogs pumping. I can't stand the show. I, I'll be really honest, doesn't bother me. I like, I'm not. I think you know if someone doesn't like something I like I really don't give a shit actually amuses me if someone especially like kindergarten cop thing, I great delight out of that strong feelings. How. Very strong strong strong feelings if you're not that right, thank you. I really don't fuck with the pumps and I, it's probably going to the viewers you talking about. No. Some of the TV shows you like to watch? I watch terrible fucking shows we the were show that I've ever watched most probably the key. I've seen all episodes. What is that? Just terrible HBO show. MTV HBO HBO. No, it's MTV's vary. Set in Florida. Oh God, it's real. The real fucking amass. Oh, Lord. Have also watched live, least two or three seasons of dance moms, which is, oh, swallowing, garbage. I got to give you some big credit by the way the phrase hot garbage. Yeah, which I've taken on as my own because I always give you credit though. I think some jokes with that though, that's well, that's this is where I know it from is from you. This is where I for years. Yeah. But when we were when when Jake shears and I were talking about certain music, you guys love that hot garbage. You gotta live in New York for a while. STAN hot car. I feel it's a, it's a summer thing I live in Chinatown. Let's be real. Chinatown in the summertime is garbage. There's a lot of the chicken blood. Oh, yeah. The derise. Sure. And before dries mixes with other. All the delicious liquids flavors of the summer. That at salt and straw next month. Yeah, nearly dried chicken blood with cat. Piss feral cat. Piss feral cats. They are teas. China gun, and you also have some, you know, some turnover fried rice is all over the fucking ground. Some bugs his some giant roaches rats, nineteen years. I almost died. So wait. Yeah. No long time though. Mr. York. I miss things about New York. Those those things still there. Like a real slice of pizza. You can't find any good pizza. The pizza isn't right here. Okay. Let me ask you how many places have you tried? Our probably more than twenty but less than fifty. Now, are there any that you like but aren't like these? These are all right, like tomato. Do you like ten place? No. No? Okay. Tell me what you like. Renzo of New York. Have you had learned those New York? John Denise Jonah, Vinnie's, John, and that's a we deliver service in the nineties. These come up in this. They had like this. The vehicle that coming up. York flowers, you call to you. Yeah, these these, I can't believe I said Mike shot up to Mike Vinnie all life. I, I mean, I've never done any drugs personally. That's right. That's no anyone who does what I've heard. That's the other thing that's I've never heard of anyone ever is done. That's right. That's right. It's a clean teaching slate team, but we'll say, yeah, the John Vinnie's had a really good slice of pizza. Also. Motzer has really re. That's my favorite now. I've heard that that's really good on that. On that. It's on here on the far Melrose, I think. Right, right by the new Beverly kitty cat that night. That's good to know. That's very good to know. Because when the next time I go to the new Beverly probably. I might have to check out mozza. Sitting myself. No, that's he has to say that. Have you ever show yourself? No. And I'll tell you why, but it's Furniture's in reason. It's the opposite problem for me. You get paid it. I'm constantly. I'm constantly convict. Okay. That was my favorite Katie Lang. Song I tear I think it's I'm I'm high strong as you can. See, okay, you're prone to stress. I'm very stressed. I'm very strong. I lived in New York City for nineteen years. They'll get an illusion at a studio in a basement for seven of those years. Nine nine of those years. So you're daylight was already cut down? I was basically became an honorary member of the mole people. Oh, yeah. Did your hours get fucked up. Is your? Yeah, that's gonna. Have that in common. Am last night. Yeah, I wouldn't. I go to bed three eight hundred. No me too. I went to three thirty and woke up around in home. I don't know why. I try to go back to sleep. It wasn't taking can never see what's the point. No, but then I'll take a nap probably later. No, no, because I have a dinner but then so it'll get fucked up. It'll be like in a normal ish thing for a while then something will make teeter. Right. So what what happens with you? How does it does it rotate. Fucking love the night. I really the nighttime. I love to boogie. Okay. I'm on this. Go round. Yeah, gonna natural high, but I, I would say this, I really sincerely love the nighttime and I love diners like, you know, this is my big thing. I love dines. That's right. Hey, twenty four. I do really romantic about it and it's like LA new are sure like James l. ROY book and just like, I, I don't like the characters and that are in a diner. Four of on the warring. Yeah, I love diner. I'll eat to sit in a diner. It's really strong affinity for it diner food too. Oh, I loved under food. What's your favorite diner food, Brad. I like why I like breakfast, food, all twenty go. So therefore diners or the perfect place. Yeah, it is. It is really, really the mainstay, your big pancake fan as well. I am, but I have been on a diet. I'm down to two hundred two pounds today. Congratulations things. We're working lost. Seven pounds. What's that place in those fields that we went to the diner Fred sixty. Two is amazing. I never been good for. Sam Zion, like my dear BB shot out the same as I. Yeah, a lot of times we'll go do something. Those guys are like me. I love to diner. Sure. I mean, I'm not it's not healthy eat so late, but just get something smaller Nellie. No, like well. Quote, you're my favorite order that I've heard anyone can last six months. Sure. I'll have the pancakes. And can I get a burger to go to? I just love that order. That's not a judgement. I'm not order Shane. I'm just saying it's a big boy order. Listen, I'm not goofing. Okay. All right. Bang. Bang from the peanuts, exposure, Louis c. k. he's canceled. But at the same time he did have this funny thing. We call it. A bang bang is when you go eat and then you go immediately, go eat again. Oh, I gotta be honest. I've done it a couple times in my life for like I might have a meeting and then a little lunch. Sure. Not going to another meeting right away. I like, you know, fuck it. I'll have a small salad or a little bowl. Super sure. I'll do a bang. Bang. Sure. Numb anyway, I love a diner. Love diner. Yeah, we should go to a diner. Sue. What's your favorite diner Nellie. I like cantors. Good, but it's a cool vibe. I don't. I think the food's fine. The blitzes. No, you can't get. No, you can't get the pastry stuff there. The do now does not taste right. The the, the pastry stuff is always bad. It's really, it's just never right. And then I think I got sick off a Reuben last time I ate there. So the thing is like if you're a Jewish deli shot out the Serge's on the west side in New York, a real fucking Jewish deli, twenty four hour. Deli is the shit at some of the food ever like a really good multiple soup. A love that shit, though this. What about green blasts? Greenglass is fucking amazing. Corinne blankets, just so we're not like shitting all LA. No. I like Kanter happen to get kinda. Go back to Kansas. And there's that one bobby's beef shack bright by the beef house beef barn. Bobby's lady hippies, beef curtains eight after the movie the it was on swingers Springer's. So it's all right. Yeah. Yeah. I like I like, what's your favorite? LA diner a lot of them, but bread sixty two. Those seems pricey to do like it. Remember day creating the country and creek travel guide to Los Angeles, Fred sixty two in those fields, and they have terrific malteds they have and they have good chili too. I had the chili pie. That's right. That's by frito pie. Sorry. Three. Oh, the served in a frito bag. Actually, my favorite is probably Cindy's in eagle rock. Oh, it's only open during the day, but it's a really good diner. Everything's made from scratch. All the sauces are made from scratch. Also really like this one downtown in Chinatown Chinatown called Knicks. Knicks ham house next ham house? Yeah, it's delicious. Him house. They make the ham there. No, no, they're famous for their hand. They, they do. They're famous for your home to famous sausages where both. Yeah. What rule out don't be so narrow minded favorites. My fruit barn and my wagon versus you. We have very versus sorry v. verse v fevers verse. Have you ever met her verse, you know, have a big fan, but I never seem to be able to get to her show when she, you know, factually performing product to be verse Iverson. Dusty tornado doing it will Bill soon. -absolutely shout out Keating savage. My adopted son head partner in a musical project. Yeah, motherfucker. He did a great version of any in the jets when we were carrying on time. Karaoke piece actually karaoke you that time Shakespeare Shakespeare actually. We, I love doing Kerry Cariocas fawn. Now it's one thing that's an LA thing. Yeah, they do it New York, not the same vibe. Also somebody like super talented people that also can just sing their ass off that live here like the guy next door might be able to really sing. It's just very LA for that. Yeah. What's your go-to karaoke jam. I tell you, I tend to shy away from anything with vocals. No, I. I like Rb. Ballads of the seventies. Yeah. Yeah. Your your arm be knowledge is. That's my my inexperience. Yeah, brothers, Bobby call. Well, sure something with some with some soul on. Yeah, yeah, yeah. I usually like to say, I can't do very well, but that's the music. I think you do a good job and I think that doesn't matter. It's all about the enthusiasm for every everybody brings a different thing to carry. Okay. That hot out. Cut out. Okay. Cut out height. I e speaking g may Tim when you got got lines both on the my, but I in days. Oh shit. That's legit. That's. Legit. So you how many times you've been to Japan? I never. I've actually never been through the Tokyo airport for four hours. Go into some other gig in Asia? Yeah. By been tying ago, we'd never. Neither of us have been. Amazon are going to Japan. They're hunting lovely. Oh, cool. That's why we're having on after we want to get all the stories, other Japanese food, Japanese, sherzer of I love her Asala. There's another. Like other erector favorite directors. I've never seen a curse our film. Oh my God. I have to. We Ron together. I'd love to do that. It's a pictures crusades set of Ron. The Ron looks like the best parts of every music video where you're like, fuck, that's cool. What they did there. I would to forty years ago. Sure. The big swaths of color. Did you see any hands in the hallway, the big eighties, trove and videos. The people going like running a hallway and his hands coming out of the walls. Hallway. The picture never saw seven samurais or single there by foreign film knowledge is a little limited surprise. I don't mean to, I'm shocked and I just said it was your French new wave. I know of it don't know much of Louis mall films any. Oh, my dinner with Andre as the only one. Okay. Yeah, a mold of, are you gotta be able to be honest, I've never seen in. I know listen, I have to get more experience this finally going outside the country. So I'm going, you know, I international flight. All of our films are so cool because they're like, they're just so weird. Well, supernatural shit happens. I love and it's not even serious to the. It's not like a serious plot point. Sometimes like just happy ghost for a second and that and then they never talk about anything supernatural in the restaurant. There's a lot of good drag shit in there too. There's a lot of, oh, listen, I'm sold. I just got to actually like Glenn and get it thing that sort of sometimes precludes me from actually getting these films or films like cop and a half with Burt Reynolds, or for instance, the lonely ladies starring or or musical movies, fifteen. That's not true. I haven't finished. I knew musical actually. 'cause you know, I started watching it with Jake shears, so I'm shading. I gotta go to the new bedroom. Ember yet? No, but the thing is I I definitely want to see this, so I'll make a little list for myself of those director. I have to watch cure. So we mall and Truffaut and all that that those are. That those are big influences on especially Martin Scorsese musically. I'm like, if you bring it back to music second, Chris, Allah, the composer he worked with the most. Tuck Takemitsu toll ru, Takemitsu. Okay. Yeah, yeah, real fucking beautiful. Interesting, weird shit. And he's been over the last year. The biggest influence on me and really the last score that I just differ. Justin Kelly Oku for 'em that basically I did all this really weird, small and saw will woodwind little people. Yeah, I hired all little people. We don't say midgets anyone else. Of course, of course, we don't. They. There's a union, the unions old, so they still call the majors union even though they don't want to be called shirt. It's really messed up. It is, but yet they own their the great limitations. Are they have a perspective she can't get fucked up. Yeah. Got that out that people to. But. Why you like doing this is fun. It's a lot of fun, right? Just cut out all the boring shit because I we're gonna have a nice thirty five minutes show. No, that's about this long. And there's a bunch of does cut the does. Well, we we take until it's not fun anymore. So I usually look to Brian if he starts getting antsy, it's yes, always let me try to get like one funny thing more. I think you've gotten a couple of funny things, so hit me with your best shot and listeners comment. He's doing a great job, right? Yeah. Thanks. What's your favorite color? This is a good road. Oh, I, it's interesting, my studio. I have the Hugh lights. The lights, oh, nine lights that are on a system. So I can say to my phone, turn the lights and then say any color and. Colors. And so I've been experimenting with what is my favorite color, what? Okay. Callers around me and how fix my mood as a major impact. It does the colors that I tend to like around me the most are actually really don't like green light. It just it's not flattering on anyone. Everyone look sick, a love, salmon, colored lights. Do that, like any kind of there's a color tomato which is halfway between orange and red that I really think it's flattering. It's nice vibe. Light red is supposed to red and yellow or supposed to inspire creativity. Oh, Blue's most relax. You inviolate. So some depends on the mood I'm going for what kind of music I'm working on. But the colors a lot says night to be getting some of that stuff for in here. There's a whole new plan in place might even get those strip lights for the coroner's. Do you know where you might have seen those at Jake shears? I. I'll tell you another story because like randomly so you know, Jake shears, one of his best friends is Kelly Ripa. Yes. That's right. And Kelly has this amazing daughter who's like sixteen or seventeen in Lola? That's right. Yeah. Who looks like a car? Dashing prettier and sure she's just like, and she's so funny. Yeah, and so cool. And you like Amy wino-? That's right track socially, Jason. I did a few songs. They're probably to those with him. Okay. Those are great, but they did better candy. We did three and I hadn't heard from her in the year and a half or something. And then randomly, she's sent me up like two weeks ago saying that she's doing her college applications. Okay. And wanted to, yeah, she's going to finish the songs up. So shut out to Lola Consolo. Nice who she really can saying, man, I hope so. Yeah. Also other things going on with Jason, his doing Jason, aka Jake shears. Yeah, his his is record seems to be doing really well, and he's yeah to last and he's going be playing l. a. and November shaking the dice steel in the rice. Yeah, that was the name of your book wasn't. It was shaving the rice. I'll listen for the mice. Very, forgive me. I'm sorry. It's just something rhyme. Vase shaving the rice than fucking the mice. Minds the birthday thing. My problem with the birthday, remembering that my birthdays Valentine's Day. So it's very hard for anyone knows. Do you forget is actually Valentine's Day, therefore, yet other people's birthdays families. Particular, it's difficult, but now thanks to Google. Try to keep it online. Oh, yeah, I got. I stopped remembering when people's birthdays where when I got on a off Facebook right. Yeah, I don't like, you know, I really don't like it either, but I still fuck with it because I have a secret form. Of freelance commercial composers. Yeah, see, very go. And I started three years ago and now we have two hundred something members, and it's really active form, and it's a bunch of these like nerdy guys and gals, and we go into and talk about our real shit and it's it's really cathartic and great kind of like almost like serves like a union, water cooler, four of really specific group of people. Okay. And I, I was going to say, if you ever would come back to the book faces, think of the people you wish you could really talk to. You can make a secret group that's just you and other people that have been on fucking Rupe halls and have an invite only. And you can talk about some real as shit. Yeah, but we have there is that, but we also have our, we have phone numbers us. Okay. So the, you know, what's that are like you could do you could make on this just people that do podcasts, right? Like talk about like a quick moment and sure that that to me is the new valley. View of that technology is not the old. Let me you know, stock this person from high school and post in other fucking cat photo, but it's more like, you know, this like deeper now that we all connected to each other quickly. How can we make these compartmentalize these useful groups for shared interests and knowledge that it's really cool. Yeah, go had physios all over Cambodia. Another question. Do you ever go to Toronto, divvy suggestions forming some going to weeks? Oh. Oh, really going for tiff. Oh, cool. To do stop -gratulations. Talk about the film. A little should talk about time Laura Dern film, which is why. Wow. JT little Jay. Justin, low Jay saw com might be most macho. Film director? Yeah, sizzling virility, you know, like to make all jokes aside, Justin can crackle fuck on whip if he needs one. No, true. But I'm talking, I'm talking about Las up on somebody that, yeah, love it. I'm just talking about his mask for mask thing. He's definitely mask for mass. No, he's funny. He's, you know, like he's a sweetie needs a little baby, but he gets what he gets what he wants when he wants. Of course, you have to on your director, you do that? Yeah, and and I was trying to go back to the farmland of jokes that we were got enjoying earlier, and then I was not let into the property that's that's not nice. I got you barren desert, but I, I will say this will ask thing about Justin Kelly. The best thing about we're going to is he has this like he really knows whether or not he likes something that's very important. It doesn't change, and that's fucking awesome. That is. So he won't see like, oh, I love this and then won't love tomorrow. RV like you never said that. Yeah, yeah, none of that weird. Like changing his mind. Shit, that kind of mentality. I suspect that that's probably true for PT Anderson and Wes Anderson. I'm sure and Ernie other Sounes earlier Louis. Anderson. Absolutely. Yeah. It's. Totally. That's a great private Facebook group. The Anderson says, yes. Yeah, they could hook up with the mother fuckers. I mean, the music maybe Anderson sisters in the motherfuckers I think would be very interesting, electric volume. And yeah, my mom loves a Euch. Are you woke thick snack, you know? I guess I'm trying, you know, because like I grew up on Murphy and NWEA and I grew up on really deeply problematic shit that like having laugh into my stomach hurt, didn't really realize the impact of how certain made certain people feel. I'm yeah, I'm visiting that stuff now is quite it is I, I feel the same way things change. You know, some differently phony now and and Eddie Murphy at a track. I one of his albums called faggots and then side to faggots revisited Eddie Murphy. Also, she arrested with a transgender prostitute. Yes, that's right. But he said he was simply helping them out to give them a ride home when he was going out to get the paper for. Right. It's the same story Dangelo had almost really. Yeah. What a great cover story. It's bulletproof. Yeah, although he worked foot set into the spot of girls on the west, I on the track right now trying to make that money right says is hard out there. It is Papa gorens to the courts to feed the kid, jazz masters once said, yes, yeah, shake Dyson shave the rice, the mice. Fuck the mind. Yeah, I tell you, I tell you, I, I do miss certain aspects of New York though. Sometimes I miss when I graduated from college around that time, ninety six. I modeled for like two years. Okay. I'll young pretty relay. Would you set us one of those photos? I don't really think I have any of them, but when you hot clubbers out there, get on the d. has some the Somalian shots from indeedy, was that? Yes, yeah, yeah. There there. There's some good ones in there like the page boy, haircut, and I did. You were gonna. Gene called x. y. magazine. You're kidding. Yeah, which was actually deeply referenced in Michael. Yeah, yeah. And I did a shoot with this famous photographer Christopher Monaco's who's he's? He was an Andy Warhol studio. That's why he's like an icon. Yeah, I was in his workplace. Just broke up with this girl on feeling kind of what the fuck depress with my life and do so in this, my upstairs neighbor was a book model Booker. She's like, oh, you should do go out. And so I started doing a little bit and early on, like one of the first things I went to met Christian and we became friends. You don't need to be. Don't be a model, a models of Canadian. So used to house. And you know, we used to hang out and watch CNN and which you so used. So like legend, you know, every piece of furniture and he's got Liechenstein real ones on his wall in the shitty apartment that's half the size right in the village, but still like, you know, all these original war just just like someone that really the use use a our. It was his name, the photographer Man Ray. He was when he was a kid who's man raise assistant. So he's older. He's still alive and he's worked the factory Enya that that he put me onto a lot of New York that I was not aware of NYU, but surely like hanging out at floor on and what's flora fluorescent was like this really cool meatpacking district before the meatpacking district became a thing. Yeah, it was like an all night diner. Oh, close years ago. Right. Close years ago. Okay. And it was right next to mother. So you'd have like all these drag Queen never seen any of that shit and Seattle man knows there, but I just like, you know, I kinda -sposed to this culture knows. Cool is exciting, no music and fashion young this the first time I was I've been to onto a drag shows around that too. Yeah, I just didn't like I was really, you know, I grew up in Seattle shit. Born exposed. Yeah. So it's like a cool is a really cool time in a miss that time in New York, but then very quickly by the end of the nineties, New York really shifted and in a bad way, and it'd be Dewey, I think a lot of it. Yeah. And so so we, we almost to Brooklyn all my friends lived in Brooklyn, moved to Williamsburg on Bedford avenue in two thousand two. And that's like right in the center of it wasn't. Then it was just like kinda beginning, but now it's fucking crazy goes in. It's like the whole everybody is now in Bushwick and all the artists. Oh, right. East queens is becoming the place that people are moving to. That's Rachel right on the other side of Bush said, never even heard Ridgewood. This is how far out it's not that I not that I haven't. It's bec- knowledge of New York. I miss a miss some of those vibes. There's a cultural vibe there. There's some things you just you would be. You could be in a room and. There'd be walls and a door. This is like a, there's a, there's a sense of history, and there's a sense of physical importance of the city. That's still there. I remember being in a race, go this diner. Another diner. Sure. Called called diner in simple to the point, say what it is very fancy is actually very fancy, but really understand in that kind of Brooklyn. And I remember sitting there and I saw Debbie, Harry and there, and then on the other side of the room is another famous graffiti ours Liu Li can Yoenis. Okay. Who's like a legendary bomber from the late seventies early eighties? And I was like, what? The fuck man? This is literally the coolest place in the world, and I'll and LA you have some of those moments, but it's different. It's not. It's not the culturally leap. It's more like the entertainment. I don't know. I like that though. I like, for instance, being able to go up to the door. Right, right. And a little bit. It's like the new Beverly. You know, it's very much Beverly. Yeah. I mean, like. You celebrate the shitty movie LA in New York, then I'll celebrate the shitty movie and LA the celebrate the shitty movie. They celebrate the whole experience of it and are looking at it inside or not. I never watched TV in New York. People don't watch TV in New York. They might now because it's so good. Well, they might now also because it's not. I think also now it's very difficult to do anything artistic there needs to reload coming is the only place to go to bars and like listen to DJ's read used to read. We read boo, re set the bar. I get out here in like I again, TV is amazing right now. Yeah, it's like the golden era. But at the same time, like I used to read all the time series books all the time, and I just people come over at least once a week. You know, like we have, we have a little club book club. We loves. But hot dog club, I don't have to put me on. Well, they just stick hotdogs up. Our asks holes DEA. That's for the, let's just play neither. Neither just to do it, just do you shouldn't OT certain friend of mine. Yeah. Okay. Eddie. Let's restart. And yeah, because I know what this is going to be so go. Okay. So a certain friend of mine who's an actor very well known actors shirt. Very, very well. Not after yes, was on some very big TV shows. Yes and starve stage as well. Yes, he is an artist of sorts speaking of hot dogs. He is. He, he has a unique gnome to art. Yeah. Okay. Call Pooku. Does he does? He shit drought the shit? No, vadly no. He's not moved to that stage of his blue period instead of the PU being the medium, the Poos, the message, so so he actually sticks a paintbrush obssessed. Okay. And does beautiful portraiture. Oh, cool, incredible control. The it's really remarkable. It's remarkable like that. The collectors of his, oh, sure. Jank takes years. Myself, keep saying. Yeah, maybe it'll be a documentary about himself. I think Jake, Scott, he's had his time in this podcast. We should probably let him have a let let him rest. I think we're gonna wait till the new Beverly reopened. I don't know if you know this about recurring jokes show. Yeah. Enough is not a word. Yes, that is. This is my humor style to get in trouble for this. If there's a joke and I'm getting still getting a little deuce out of it. It's like keep squeeze in the fucking lemon. Even if there's a little hint of a drip coming out, just keep squeeze. Yeah. Yeah, it's a stolid, comedy, it is. It's oppressive. It's a press rising relentless sort of, you know, you're giving them like the Mussalini style. Fascist comedies what we're all about. So you said you listen to the show, but I don't know. I did. I listened to a few episodes. I wish I, there's twenty four episodes. So I didn't expect you to listen all twenty four, but I don't think I said, I, I appreciate that. Yeah, I have to have a cigarette. Okay, sounds good. Hey, what's up? This is Jake shears, and I was just, you know, wanted to call in and ask you question guys, and I'm wondering. How to put this, but are you. I always actually like no guys, gay. I mean, I really do so. Just let me now and whatever, whatever, however, turns out. Totally cool. You know, I'm easy. So you know whatever the case we can just hang is totally fun for just let me know. And. Yeah. How was your cigarette Brian? It was meaty delicious, juicy reductive and sperry's. Fabulous. You know, I have to wonder what it's like. When someone let you shave your mustache off, we have someone in the house who can talk about that too. Now we're gonna go back to the regular show, Tim bus Nazi about what it's like to be forced to keep your mustache. I'm up in. That's interesting. He can. He said its grounds food to vote. Can cut, you must pay not be smo- ever. Be smooth again. Can never been. Because it was like it was almost like a goof really were started dude that that worked in this butcher shop that was like right by my house is like a fancy come Marlowe daughters like a fancy kind of the quivalent of, I don't know something you'd have in Los feel or some fan. Sure. Yeah. RT's second are teasing butcher shop this cool. Mustache is nice, dude. I wonder if I could pull it off at the time was with my ex who's a singer had a really nasty break up before the end of the break-up was kinda right before the end. I came out to Los Angeles to work on this album for this artist DJ Colette and yeah, it was staying with her and in our guest better came down one morning and saw this really pretty girl. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. And. I started to make an omelet because this morning, this is your move. This is not just for myself and asked if she wanted, and she's like, oh, is a straight guy talking about a rogue LA. Yeah, we talked a little bit. I certainly thought you super tractive. She's very much my shirt type. Yeah, she's funny and Susan, really sassy. Yeah. Which is does it for me personally. Sure. Yeah. Like star, Alec strong sassy, same area and then nothing. 'cause I had a girlfriend went home to really terrible break-up. Yeah, m. i. grandma died and I lost my job. Oh, wow. And super depress and went through this really shitty period and then yeah. And then d started Florida with me on Facebook. Quite an impression that she's, she's like, took some photo just watching on the street. That's dumb hat on. And she was like young. You know, if you know that. It was weird character, very bold. It's bowl this fuss. However, in certain categories because he, no, there was if you know my wife, you know, there's no way I'll go up to her and like at a bar or d- d doesn't have that look on her face like, come talk to me. Yeah, I was already, you're already talking to her. She's like, if you're not one of my case. For me, that's my wife in. So I was kind of like scared her from the beginning still am. And then and then, yeah. Did you have a moustache at that time? Right that time it was a just dash. Now what's that just dash is when you have a beard and then you shave everything off except for your mustache shirts, just dash. I Gotcha. Now I've got a must, and no offense does what you got. Listen, I just started growing. I know. So it's just that. Yeah, but then within time you'll get you get like the long straight ones? Yeah, it just takes time. It's just takes time. This is only a two weeks. Sure. But weeks took time to sure. It's like a fine brew trade picture from a week ago in the difference between babies but to a to a young creeper. That's right. That's right. That photo I showed you granted with the aid of the blue filter, the cruising filters. I like to call it. There you go like looked pretty proper. Given the Patino vibes. Thank you. Thank you. So yes. So you know, I, it's been ten years and so you had the mustache, the Justice when you I had? I had the just dash when I'm Gotcha. She liked it and she's like her dad had a beard and mustache for a long period of time, and she always thought the men look more like men with facial hair shirt, big, Tom sellers, Burt Reynolds fan. I guess she was just like, yeah, like facial hair. I don't like men with chafe as Larry personal. Interesting. So I was like, okay. All right. Well, let's cool. And then for a while that was fun and then we've been together ten years. Sure. I'll love the fucker off. There's lots of problems having a most astronaut time what somebody smoothies is daily problem, really. What about a straw you? Are you gonna take a straw every damn day for like a drink. You can straws plus there's no good for the environment. Listen, you can get medal straws. Don't be so stuck in the old ways. Sometimes people wanna fix movie. Nice, thick. Got a driven and shirt, and then you have you ever heard of napkins I you can, but then so what it's going through napkins against this is fucking up the environment, one Craig time. That's what I've heard tax battle. Plastic straws paper towels. You're going through all this shit. Yeah, no kidding. Just for God damn mustache. Meanwhile, I'm getting stains a little fucking shirt. Well, look, teach their out, right, I guess. Yeah, I'm trying eastside Westside thing in the west side draws on the east side. You just pour it all over your face. You like a wild animal. You smash your. Trough than go piss in the hot tub Ed to come in. Yeah, hot tubs hot tub. It's weird thing. You don't hot tub is a very intimate place and the temperature keeps those keeps those bacteria is nice and warm. Fresh and ready plural bacteria here is. Making sexual sakes, improper plural me to what are we going here that is a gift from Devon green to Brian the Devon, green just to my home. That's right. I play. I play drums with her every Sunday at acron. Right? Yeah. She's, she's just tape the double episode by gene, fantastic or talented. She also. D- put me onto Devon, green, maybe ten years ago. Yes. So funny. She's the best tuber. Yeah. No, she's been on the show too. So there's earlier funny man, and you got the new one coming up with really fan. She's great. I mean, we could close out with the song. I remember you said you guys love that hot garbage to him me. All right. Hit me with that hot fiery garbage, hot fire, stank. It's most the new Beverly bathroom, shoot. Well, Jake shears about. During one of his monkey parties. Yeah. Yeah. Shout out to my old intern. I won't name him, but I had an intern is now very successful. Composer. Yeah, he's broke and he was an intern, so used to take him out for lunch every day. Yeah, he used to go to next to my studio on magnolia in Burbank used to be a Kito moss. Now, what's the key Masa sorta like one of those. Okay. Okay. And he used to get kind of neat thus case idea. Yeah, with all the trimmings. Every day. Yeah. Did you probably like two thousand calories? Yeah. And then he used to destroy the toilet humor in a separate room and the bathroom is the end of the hallway and this soundproof room soundproof rooms with individual ventilation. Oh, oh, and I would catch the wind of something fears. I don't know if it was he smoked American spirits. Maybe the combination that's rough comedy to drink a lot of coffee. He drank coffee. American spirits and then mixed in that. But Kito that Makita moss throws that come into another realm. The other thing kills these like brand. If you like bran, muffins for breakfast, but then you decide to go out for Indian. Ooh. Fire too much by s-. Yeah, with brand. Not a good combo. No, no blowing hot shit on your. Anyway, so gonna go. Final parting words to I, there's a, there's a place I wanted to tell you about. It means a lot to means a special place in my heart Ochoa no of interest. It's it's a gathering place like minded individuals. How interesting it sounds. It's like a place where people have sort of a higher level of. Curation of entertaining, okay. This isn't a theater. It is really no way. Told me about this. Chitty myself. It's called the new Beverly. No. Check it out. Do you think? I'd like maybe in December whenever we opened. Right, that's probably the best time because I think it's reopening December. Sounds cool. All right. Yeah, sounds good. We'll get together and check it out sometime. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Leave your pants at the door. He brings extra ones in the car purpose. Yeah, he's a pro. He's been all around this. I can't find my baby. I don't know. Why can I share with before you go to quickly very important? Do you know that God loves you? What if God was one of us? Oh, jacket you could be. You could be saying that while being God just a guy, like one of us. Yeah, just around like one of. Yeah, just the Slavic. One of us not wearing pants like one of us in hot club. Hot club. Yeah. Maybe go to the new. Beverly sat out the two. Yeah. By the way. So you step on the way over? I did. I did. Now, did you push out of your own nasty ass or. I didn't. I wonder if I, if there's a storm coming. Sure. Does it sometimes happily that sometimes you're blocked up a bit. So we I, I wish I experimented with the coconut MCAT oil this morning. Now, what does that do. For what is it supposed to does it to me one more time. See, that's one of the smoothies that I have. I have the food. I did it again. I see. 'cause I got a free foes smoothies from the joint daily harvest. He's into that a little white container. Yeah, love you're paying for a lot of packaging. I'm not paying for anything. Look out the promo code. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Gestion would be to get to -have sponsorship because you share it to Honda with me on a number of occasions. That's right. That's right. We enjoyed them. Yeah. Where do we enjoy those? It's true that if you share, it's on nothing really bad truly happens. That's true. That's true. Well, this once again, this has been a wonderful conversation conversation with him. Thank you so much for coming by. Thanks. I'm honored to to be on this monolith. Oh, that's very sweet. Very sweet. And now I think we should tape one because I feel like we've got a good energy going and great rehearsal stuff in the beginning. Yeah. Yeah. The whole thing. Good. If you have a few words. About you with a Thai prostitute, but everything. If you forget that part, no problem. No problem at all. You're gonna. You're gonna cut out all that stuff you're saying about? Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, do have beep in their own ear, a beep. Yeah. Okay. All right. Well, parting words, Brian, go with God goes you. Let's take the will. Yeah, yeah, yeah. And on that note that Jesus Cup of film, let go let God and stay prayed up. Stay. I'm blessed. Upstate right up. All right. That's good. So we're just going to go out with this number and thank you again. We really appreciate it. So teve so track which is available elsewhere except be side Jerry Reed and high Rolan good night. Everyone. A minute time, have the stand. Tuck those calls. That off. What you stand. To ball, but to call. When you. They might. It gets down dirty. What you stand for as a may. Oh.