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Bootie Etiquette

Harmontown

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Bootie Etiquette

"We got a second. Dave client eleven can. We get a you. Welcome. Forgot frantic Britain Chali Harman's Janas data set. Let's bring up. Brandon johnson. Randy johnson. Two. Good measure at Harvard Chan the spring, the mayor parmesan Dan Harmon. Going out there. Mama's said hair again. I got I got excited. But then I got I got just. Something happen. I don't know. I got I terrified I didn't want to wrap all of a sudden like really fast like I went from wanting to wrap really bad to not wanting to wrap really fast because you didn't feel the flow or you think the flow got goal clogged. And then I just panicked. How do we how do we unclog that slope? Mean I'm being for real right now. Is there a flow a hot towel? Yeah. Welcome back Spencer. Thanks. Back. Oh, I've got a cow. I see you accept it. My demands or one couch and one pointed polished pyramid. Yeah. We don't we don't we typically don't air our contract renegotiations here at Harmon town the grievances. And what we we keep a line there. Everything else is transparency and stuff. But Koch is rough. It's his contract was up. Right. And it was like I should have never signed you one. Plus one. It was weird. Because like I wanted to agree. But like the spencers guild was like, no. Guilt at the authorized to strike. How how are the spencers guild? Producer guild negotiations. Going hard to tell who's talking about anything. Right. Like what stance? Anyone staking because you're also a producer? Well, yeah. I mean both sides of the tape. I'm on both sides of the table. And like, yeah. Exactly. So it's always in my own benefit. How's Harmon quest? Oh, it's so good. I know I don't know. Sometimes I'm getting real mad. And then I'm like, this is bad. Best job in the world. It's like you should be getting mad. What do you get mad at just like at the boards, all these boards? I'm like, oh, just like things that needed. Yeah. It's. Yeah. But it's so fun. Holy shit. I mean, you talked about it in the last episode. I heard I was like Haley at he's about the show. Cody like, not only is never seen it before. But she's watching an antibiotic. She's watching thing with her fiance's ex wife in it and at the any she's she doesn't have any pettiness there. But I'm saying like there's a lot of English on that ball, not predisposed to like it. But she was like and she's never seen the first season's right? All of these things. She was like, oh my God. That's so great. She was like really into it again. I understood all the jokes. I don't care about. No DND. But it was like like errands really funny and everything's like working, really good. And yeah, the only the only the only thing is I I just like going to like. Going to like. Thessaly over it. But I just I can't believe the lethargy on my face like getting it's crazy the first season. I guess we're like how do we do it? And then I so that we did like a bunch of takes where I was like John Oliver time at class like you do need to do because the camera takes away ten pounds of energy. So this time around it's really light in the first place. I remember being like, oh, I'm real chill. It's just harmed quest. It's like, let's just have some fun. And I'm watching I'm like, I might blind. I look like I'm blind to. Yeah. You're not like looking your divers. Thing and it's really off it. So here's the it is everyone hated him. Like like, I wish somebody wanna hit me with a stake. We're doing another taking. But here's the thing about those cameras. Like, it's one thing to stage fright versus like, oh, I'm comfortable people. Looking at me. I'll be fine. And then there's there's another layer where you do like single camera worker. It's like, okay, there's a camera over here or right here or whatever. But it's one camera and my job is to ignore it. My job is to focus on the cookies because my never look at it. And then there's this that that live four before you're so Cam the tally light comes on your camera to that's your that's your Cam. But it's not even like because we're not doing it live. So it's not even like the the red light comes on. It's more. Like, the director says you, hey, Dan, if when you're gonna look at the camera, that's that's your camera and points at one of the cameras, and so the thing that freaks me out is I go, okay. So I know it's not live. They're not editing in board. So that like it's sort of like it puts it in my head that it's like I have control over whether the cuts to me. And so then I like, well, I'm never going to make the decision for to cut to me. So then I'm like tell I feel it's just a weird thing. It doesn't matter how talented performer or how comfortable in your own skin. You might be. It's a totally different talent. I think sexually idea that. Oh, yuck. Is wrong on whose line. There's tally lights were the red. Light comes on just doing fake like live edit and the seven or eight cameras are rolling at the same time. So they're all good to go. No matter where you're looking that cameras rolling on Herman quest. There's no tally light the light the red light doesn't come on and says this is the one that's on you right now. But you can take a camera take to any camera at any time. And that can be in the. Yeah, you can also get the fuck. Out of there the same way. So if you know that cameras covering you that you don't particularly agree with take on you can throw the take thus like renewing the camera. That's on you like this take is gonna suck. Because I thought up the line straight to camera. All this. This is showmanship. You guys are talking about you guys. That's that's the that's the membrane. I'm talking about. I'm like Spencer over here in this side of like our top the top of our game is like I'm the world's most comfortable nerd, I'm no longer going vomit by being in front of people or even a camera. But then on the other side of that line is just like a while. You're plan make believes easier. Also like boy Karen's hog in the spotlight tonight like just sort of like calculations going on. And I was never good at like the long form improv because I just bad listener. I just be like why start thinking about like, oh, I should. I should come in as a crab or something. Like that. I'm like, I'm writing a crab thing in my head that other people are gonna fuck up when it come in. Because it's improv moron and end the. For the thirty seconds that I'm sitting there going like on the crabs gonna come in. And it's this is what I'm gonna do like there. There's things I'm supposed to be listening for me like Harmon quest. I take copious notes, and I'm writing things down. I wanna remember the name of the thing that Spencer said the name of the. The name while you're spent just laying down all this detail. And I'm writing that down. But while it's happening something improv happening, and I'm not listening to that. So I've got the detail, but not the the moment that just happens. So it's a hard line to walk. Yeah. Yeah. Baby. Let's let's refined some of our chops tonight. We could do some drills. All right. All right. Why don't we just play some good old fashioned D And D was Spencer right now. Is that what you meant Danny audience? Wasn't that enthused? No, no, no, no. No, no. I didn't mean like that. And the crowd goes I'm trying to get this. What did you mean precisely Dan? I I was just high wanted to sit goes get it going like is do some dumb, improv bits. But. Let's do improv. But let's walk the line between thinking ahead and being in the moment. Gonna only going to be in the moment. You're only in the moment. You're not gonna think about the crab character. That's gonna come in later. All right. So especially. Master frozen. Give us like like laya like a scene on us. All right. Can I get a suggestion? You're on a spaceship. Okay. Snip snip. I'm crab. I hope. No one's to the left the direction. I move. Captain friend tester. Why did you let your crab out of the tank? You know that against academy regulations leave wild animals on the spaceship, the academy had it their way this ship would be made of regulations. As far as whether Herman is allowed to roam the cabin think he's been in a few more missions than new nurse Falco. But wait he goes. Now. Dan. Crab alert. Crab alert. Crab a crab alert installed on the ship. Throwing crab. No Herman destroyed. You know, remember last week when you asked me to put an crab software. Because you told me you need all these lasers. Some of these drinks to be poured on craps, Marcus. What are you are you? Are talking to you over the telescreen bright? I captain. You're down in the in the mechanic bay where smoke we. You can do just about anything with those computer tools. Can't you Marcus? Oh, man Ditto hygiene air conditioning. I can tune up a cat. Anyway, back to what you were doing. I just wanted to know was it successful was my crab thing. Invention was good. Do you like it? Yes. It killed. My crab off straght. I better I'm gonna come down. And see you Marcus. Gotta clean this place up. Okay. Hey, please come down, captain, please. Over and out nurse Falco. Yes. I'm gonna find it hard to believe you didn't know that was going to happen. I'd be lying. If I said, I didn't I tend to know exactly what's going on aboard the ship. It is my job as the spaceship nurse. Well, I have a little bit of a scrape on one of my fingers. Okay. Let me tend to that. Oh my middle one middle middle. Are you are you being Roenick? Are you just telling me to fuck off the helm Falco? I'm going to talk to Marcus. Foco Bucko pickup. Fuck owes markets pickup. Fellow? Yes. The captain's way down, and I'm not able to see you tonight. Look. As far as he's concerned. We've never met. We don't ever we don't ever have anything going on. Okay. Okay. Just. I was gonna go put the good shoes on just so, you know, okay. Go. I'll call you back. But Jesus it smells like a skunk down here. Boy, you can take the city out of the astronauts or wait. You can't. You can't. You could take the astronaut astronaut out of the city. That's what you can do. And what we did do what we failed to realize we could never do was removed the city from your bones. You urban magical wool look just sit out man. All right. I'm glad you're here. Captain really get a lot of time that you'll chance to spend with the higher up. So I'm glad you came down. Yeah. Did I offend you on are you want couple noodles? Well, tell you the truth wouldn't mind a little of that sticky. Wicky then I'm smelling everywhere. I have no idea what you're talking about officer. But is right here. The president button five times or what? You can shake it back and forth. Just to make the setting for yourself. If you want. Sounds like. Fuck I probably got too high. That's a signal three captive Francesco. We have a we have an incoming message from your archenemy diablo's. Put the weapons on standby charge. The shields. I'll be right up. Fuck field church. I can't see what they're Johnson. Are. They on wakes me, y'all blows surrender your spaceship. No. Yes. Johnson. I can't see. Oh. Let me raise up the hailing shields. No. But no God. What put those back? Okay. Why can't you see those are shields? Yes. But you wanna be able to see right? Yeah. Okay. So oh putting on vision mode. What about vision mode and? You have to be the captain. I'm too high. Where my hat. No. Do it. Just tell everyone. I'll tell you. What you got me high? Okay. Okay. Okay. Snark gas niche norc? All right. Shields up. We need to get ready for with procedures. Diablo? It is captain. What exactly do you want from us space ship? What I want it? Okay. Hold on for second. Got you. Hold on for a second. Well, he say he wants to spaceship. Do. It's a whole thing. So I'm nurse Falco. I think we shouldn't put the shields up which you put the put the shields back down to like he just did. I think we should should be shields down situation. They on when they're up or down thought down was us. Well, what she'll down you're the captain Marcus got damaged halfway up halfway down. So we can peer over them and see the enemy Diablo. Do you think the vernacular of the shield technicians is more rooted in the handhelds shields being raised for infantry or the old haggard the horrible thing coming down over the head? I think it's like an engineering thing like cuts the lights are or is it does it come down like up together. The states of the shield that are available. We have shields up. We have weapons shields and we have vision. Shields. You see through throw shield? Look, it's not a perfect system. It looks like they're shields are down. I could see the button we just fire on fire shows up. Fuck see our God, damn it. And I was looking at these Cheetos. All right. Look we've been hit onto my leadership, which is some bullshit, by the way. Thank you fucking. The worst time to make me captain. I there are two ships. There are two ships. Oh shit. That's right. This one is injured. So you will have our other ship. That sounds perfect now let us pass and get to safety. So we could tell you about that other shift. All right. I'll do that. And then I'll monologue. Excellent. Why is he came Diop blows two thousand years ago at the peaks of Mount Olympus? On earth. Dot dot dot. He's in the background. Now, he put himself in the background. He became sitting on the audience running baby kept it looked next to you. Red bull. Cricket. Okay. Drink the red ball, captain. I just don't think I mean, it's not like, I'm pool. It gives me heartburn. No. It'll it'll make come back. Okay. We need your sage leadership tried to lead ship. I was too high. You did great. You get rid of the guy. What are you talking about the west wing off the did? And I cried. Anyway, get back upstairs show us why you're the captain captain. Okay. Then I went back in there. And I said I'd like my job back. There's Falco on back from the mechanic diablo's monologue completed lower all shields. I know it lower all shields captain that puts us in a very vulnerable situation. Does it? Yes. That's how ships work. All shields lowered Inc. Diablo's? Yeah. Yeah. As you can see we are quite vulnerable over here. Right. We have no other ship to give you what why was I just monologue. All this time. Because you're a fool. A damned fool. No, no floated over to a section of space what called the fantabulous zone. But that would mean that I'm getting fantabulous. If you thrust your engines your entire ship will explode from the chain reaction from the anti dark matter. No one tells diablo's how to fly. No, boom. We're really happened actually happened. Captain francesa. I can't believe that works. Yeah. I he really he really felt that hook line and sinker. I mean, it kind of didn't work because I was bluffing. So my bluff failed miserably because it turns out he was actually in the anti-matter space and really blew up. I thought you knew that that was your white was making it up. Couldn't tell snap snap. I'm ghost. No diablo's. Marcus. Yes. That's I'm a crab. Came back as a crab. All right. Everyone loves. Dan, you were very in the moment that I spent more time listening. Yeah. Than usual. I usually don't listen as much as I was. Because you're what you're thinking about the next. Ten seconds had the yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I tried not to do that this time happy. Yeah. Very very happy. We had a good time. I had a good time. Are you those nothing are you happy Spencer's back with us? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Everyone loves it. I had to come back because you said you could do the show without me. So I was like, okay. Yeah. Well, explain yourself. Now was it just busy. You said you were bummed out at one point. Yeah. I've been depressed. I've been not feeling great. I also I talked about this a little bit. But I have a hip thing. This couch is great actually. But it had been not great to sit for a long time to drive and then sit and drive, and then also just all snowballs. I don't do things for one reason. I do them for thirty. But yeah, no. I don't know. It was just. Yeah. How are you feeling now? Oh, yeah. Resigned to my life. No. I'm kidding. Are you still in pain? Yeah. Yeah. But this is actually really. I think I'm gonna get surgery will be great people. Love it. Oh boy. I hope my leg doesn't fall out. I feel if I was sitting in that position. I would my backward. Start get sore. I my back dig it. It's doing a lot of work lately. You know, when your body's messed up the rest of your body gets messed up trying to help. Brent brandon. Do you have back pain or anything like that? No, not yet. That's great. Have you guys been to lumbar Silverlake? Oh, yeah. Oh lumbar. You get you get a I like the synovium fluid teeny. It's great. It's it's it's part of a new fad. It's like, organic cocktail culture. Do does things like Anise route and it in like, it's very healthy. It's sort of like mind drugs because they're all natural is that the sort of just the furniture is designed. Like chiropractors? And then the drinks are normal pretty much. They have dumb names like lumbar Rita. Yeah. Nice. The list goes on and on the. Originally a lot of their drinks are just named like s one as to three. Chiropractor. Yeah. The hell are they doing back there? I'm sure you're chiropractors are different all of them are voodoo people. They the the weird thing is like, which how much do did they get from the latest chiropractor convention where it's like high tech voodoo. And then how many of them are like DIY voodoo? And they're like like you mentioned a guy was low. Yeah. My parents used to go to a chiropractor who thought like he could tell if you had allergies or something. And what he did is he had a little pack like a suitcase Louis thing that you open up and had all these little vials of. I think what do you call it like hoping Pathak water that was charged with whatever the fuck. And so presumably these vials had allergens in them, and he would hold the allergen near you. And then he would do this with his fingers. Like, you're you're doing a gimme some change hand sign with your fingers, and he would say that he was tracking the resistance on his fingers because when you would sweat his hands would cause resistance in his hands. So if the allergen was close to you, and you were allergic, it would make him sw. Set more which meant you are allergic to sounds like the first act was us. Oh, it is. And then the tornado Cam. It's all the high tech stuff is just that except it's like plastic crap that number. Yeah. Like like, my guy would scan my back with a thing that was like, basically, it looked like a hand held a barcode scanner. And you would hear any would like press a foot pedal and of voice would go pass one as to as three and he was like like measuring. And then he'd like. Muscle tension, and sweat and stuff like put your fingers. Here's all your. Scientologist them. That sounds dumb dumb. I don't think it's real. I don't think it's a credited science or anything. I think they're just like, hey, let's put a bunch of wires in the box. I absolutely screwed. My back playing terrible golf in Florida. And I couldn't even lift up a pencil off the table without weeping and pain, and I went to a cat that churches gone to and he just like instantly fix me. He's a bad motherfucker. What these guys are good at relieving back pain. They're they're they're bad at being content with that ration-. So like physiotherapy there are real things. And so I assume all chiropractors cobbled together collections of real and fake tools. They're just they're just so some of the God it they're like Siri. How often does the average American want their back cracked? I'm looking that up six months to three years. God damn it. I'm gonna go broken this motherfucker. And then they then they just have to put up posters like Siri, say S one flew. Flu season's coming and remember all immune deficiencies or originate in the spinal column. Just like this whole culture. It's everything that chiropractor capacity. Do that will that the AMA won't like find them for? I know not what I speak of how that works. But I don't know if it works fines, or if they just jumping your window. Like, I remember the the Simpsons the chiropractor guild like coming over trashing his trash cannon. Hits the garage door closes. And then they because they're actors they bend backwards and keep running out the graduate. So great just peak. Simpson's. Anyways. What a joyful like like what a what a great time to be in writer's room that must've been like this is like like, oh Homer Homer is a dented trash can. And it turns out to be like a chiropractic miracle people coming over to get their bags as such a crazy like episode of what season was that. Like, I don't know. I don't know. I didn't really start watching the Simpsons until I moved to LA in syndication. I would watch the Simpsons X files back to back. And then I found some naval the other day, what is this show? Well, no one's no one's waiting for me to bring out a parrot. Been doing a lot of composing in who saw garage band. Fucking poop song on Instagram. Saturday Sunday poop and sign was pretty good. That's pretty good, man. I just threw that one away. Okay. Kenny Loggins don't brag too much. But I have I have a couple of garage band compositions that aren't there to soulful to be funny. So I just listened to him on a loop. Can we hear what we laugh at those? Yeah. Will be the judge of whether live right now, you can come over to backup harmonies. Now. Don't make fun of me. I mean, I guess on one hand. It's like, okay me. How the reason why I like doing music is because I'm not supposed to be good at it. So I can relax and just put myself into it. But I'm getting to a stage. Now where I'm going to get my feelings hurt. If people make fun of me, that's like VIN diesel does his karaoke videos like everyone's loving it. But we can't tell them what we think. I don't I don't know anything about that. But well, it's easy. He's a delight Sagan VIN diesel like sings and he's tender about his his loving it. Oh, he's loved it. He's loving it. But is he good? Or is he always not? But as far as he's concerned, he's rocking it out. Right. Gonna tell them. That's why I like karaoke go right here. You good thing. I you place in Nashville Tennessee with chip Esten. And it's called Santa's pub, and it's a Christmas decorated double wide trailer as far as I remember in the middle of fucking nowhere. Place to get a divorce. Bear only, and you cannot bring your drink up on stage and is a sign that says no swearing on stage. No, cursing onstage and after I think my second or third song. I. I believe that brought the house down or the trailer down. And and I went fucking love this place, you know, swearing on stage. And but he wasn't being a jerk about it. It was the greatest place. It was the most like Tennessee shit. I've ever seen so good. Okay. Here's here's one of my songs. We got Mike's on this. Yeah. Oh, yeah. The screen myself for strength. Sounds like somebody just scored another Alan Ball movie. That's great. Great. I'm not making funny here, are you playing keys you actually putting down now real time because I wouldn't know how to play. But I I like, no there's various apps that the let you like map out melodies in a I found this really cool app that court stuff in there too. Right. There's a couple of clams and there's a couple of notes combination of apps now, let's play it again. Let's let's put some words to that. Let's let. Do you want to sing song of that? Because you know, the movement or do you want to Brandon not good? I wonder if there's should we should we pick from two because we probably won't you say in the beginning. When that I like sour note happen because that sour note was part of my style. It was like. Tom waits. The piano is banana king your fucking. Yeah. I like that sound I like I was I was like it's like a simple plan score. All right. Do you have? Let's. All the cats in trouble. How many murder you have what I have one more. Let's hear both. I think now we start we start putting the book to those to those music's. Okay. No lyrics for this one either. But yet, but okay here we go. Delayed for. Fourth gunship. Yeah. Who knew who do as you all that joy inside you. That's all that's all from scratch. It's fucking grin. At is. Like, it gives you all piano. How does the app work where you making core? You poke the screen at the spot where you wanted. It's different from playing piano. You just put a note in a grid. And then it gives you the little fill in notes in the past. No don't say that. I don't know. Posed by just saying there's no on that. There's no all those chords. Are that's all from scratch. That's that's all you did that go back to the first one. Because like I'm playing a Midi playing ipad guitar in the first one is the more of the first one is more interesting musically. When like it's got that's my favorite one. It's got strings, and it's got that weird. They're kind of quality. And it's like it sounds a little like maybe it would like the second one is like it's going straight to like aviation, museums like two or video. I mean that I flatter myself. But but like that it would be used professionally, but I'm saying like, it's not it's not no nobody sixteen when he started crying crew the second. But during the first one if you listen to it a bunch, and if you made it, I think you have to have made it. Now. Now play the second one. I want you to do voice over at the aviation museum. Even though you probably don't know whole lot about aviation. When played again with that. Okay. Yeah. So it's like we're walking onto the tour of the vintage aviation museum. And this is the music, and then you was welcome aboard. Whether you got here by car boat foot or our preferred mode of travel. You just found a second home for the next three hours. The blinking lights on the floor will lead you through a labyrinth of educational and sometimes musing exhibits. We love exhibits Freeman. What are you doing here? Our lawyers require us to tell you that. There are no such thing as ghosts. If you see a pilot with unfinished business. He's probably a rapist. Exhibit one. Kitty Hawk nineteen eleven. If you were getting pasta in Nebraska in nineteen eleven you probably weren't thinking about Orval in Wilbur Wright. Even though their father was the pesto king of number Nebraska. I think I said. Those two boys had their eyes on a. A bigger prize? Hey, excuse me. Is this a tour or a fossil? Rapidy get out of here. I'm trying to give the tour you need to blow away. I'll be back in exhibit threes property behaviors. Five folks, we're gonna take a different form of the tour OB the blanket lights to property. Hulu. Follow the same old tour. You're going to follow mine gonna have fun pizza rock and roll aviation history. Pregnant women should follow the emergency exit. In an emergency along with non pregnant, women and men. Sorry. My wife is currently pregnant at I. At the time of recording. This by the time, you're hearing it my kids probably eight years old. I'm not even part of the tour just the emergency exit speaker. Exhibit two. Clorox? Pass me that butter John. Stein. What are you gonna do it? More mathematics. Living. In the nineteen thirties. Sixes? Gravity was only on a few people's mind. Even though the planes that were working. You know what? Sorry. I gotta go. Hey, man. Hey. Yeah. Come over here, man. Over here. I would sleep over here. Touches. Touches. I'm a mealy air. Touchy touch. My dick. Okay. You were warned. Yeah. Hey, spencer. Hey, welcome back to the show. Oh, what are you talking about your back on the show? Now, I've always been on the show. I've just been back here hiding in the shadows. Oh, yeah. 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Also have that entire pedal next to? The robot voice. Yeah. Well, I I want to do the heavy lifting. I played again another. Yeah. We're not trying to be I pass. Like, what's what's it about? What Liz do it? Do you want me to give you a suggestion? You're going provides layer. Yeah. I know I have written down there to your song go. Well, I just read them. Do you want me to give you a silly suggestion? Or like, a like, a tell me what you think that music like lends itself can't Ticha Lii, and I'll I'll try my worst to to make good. All right. When I when I hear this song. I think about. Concrete? Deadly. Okay. Degrees. So far dry dry leave leave lobbyists here. Deadly. To me. It was like nervous that I was gonna have to come up there. It's like someone angry who's like on an ongoing on tear like someone who's going are ran this song. Yeah. Because it's like it has this driving like kind of bounciness to it. But then the discord the notes and stuff kinda like they imply like anger spent. I don't know if on spot. Would you try singing one? Okay. No. I mean, I'll do some of it. But you guys have to help you you're coming in with more. Like, oh, yeah. I'm I'm the mast. Let's do it concrete and deadly anything else. What else? Does it talk to you? You know, just down a little I think we've got to rob shrive in the house. It's good. This is good. Now. I don't wanna over labor. Let's let's see what we got on Crete lease expensive drive. Okay. Can't take this any mobile. My dad he is killing me. Concrete dry. Can't. And he's. Not to this show. Bye dad will ask me. No, more these damn leaves? And by God damn father. Lee. Yeah. I don't know. See see how I had something for a little bit. And then if someone really took it would've just seemed like I was a real genius. Well, no, then you start saying that Brandon Brandon, and I should have come in Dono her kind of backup vocal kinda mean that as a no I just met as like how good you know, you you fucking destroyed. It was. Oh, yeah. No, everyone loves me. I heard the part where you you knew you work killing. And then you had to wonder like, oh, am I supposed to bring it into the station right lately? As far as like is going to end soon. And then that that had that through you. I certainly was done at a point. And yet the music place. Wow. That was that was that was good. I never I mean. That's that's that's the magic of collaboration. You wanna try the same song? I'll give you a suggestion. I'll kind kinda give you a poetical. Idea for you to sing to that. Melody? Okay. All right. Make your cocktail. What are you drinking there? You get to guesses audience. I think it's all right. So Dan, same melody. Let's do. Been on the road a lot. And there's this. Repetition that happens of going from hotel to hotel theater hotel to tell the hotel. And does it moment of amnesia that happens where you wake up and your eyes are still closed. You're not totally sure what room you're in. Are you at home are you on the road? And if you're on the road, what possibly when you open your eyes. Would you see? Okay. Okay. Right. Yeah. That's cool. June room. I. Stay. Do. More improv on airplanes hotels. Gators theaters tells airplanes their planes. I just watch nine, mommy. I just want my lover. Struggles on the road. Oh. You just missed me when I'm on the road because you want me inside you. Brandin your turn brother, Dan, lay a title on. I'm Brian church. You want to do when you're a singer church. Nope. Well, yeah. You want to suggest and you sure. Yeah. Thanksgiving. Okay. Ready people like that suggestion? Comes. Grandpa dad at the put duct tape. Not not big what they. Did grandpa leave a foot at the table. He was. He was dead at the foot of the table at the foot. I thought he left a foot. I was like did he die last year? There's just. A five thanksgiving, not George thanksgiving. Davis. Bring us home. We're all gonna we're gonna go around the room and all of us going to be good. I'll try on. Okay. Jeff. I can't follow Turkey soon. You must. Yeah. I know. Spencer give Jeff. You like if you go to Google headquarters and stuff they have like all these cafeterias that have private chefs, and it's just awesome. It's like a wonderland. Does that something? It's something. So. Google office catering wonderland over Venice. And you know, how the traffic is in actual thing in Venice. Oh, yeah. Okay. I've been there almost all right. Are you? Do you go there to wait? You just go to Google office to. Oh, yeah. Best. Let's do the have. No, no, I had a friend who worked there. And it's like, it's it's kind of like a clubhouse. They got surfboards Google. I went to speak at Google. And they told me a story about somebody that had been this just sort of living there for me. Got sleep pods. Healthy snacks. Okay. Jeff. Are you ready for your song? Yeah. Okay. Here we go. I mean, also let me know if you want like a metronome so that you can take advantage of that wasted real estate in the beginning of the song. I'm going to dive. Right. All right here. We go. Two one. I can't count it off. Because I don't know the just starting. Just trying to do. I've heard we heard. Goon get. That too. Don't know. Download taste. I. By of sandwiches to make me smile. Right inside this. I want something. Farm-to-table? No. Two or. Almond butter. All right. What we in this book church get up here. And do you know, I'm sorry. That was. That's fair. It's hard to argue with that logic. It's really scary. Because you gotta destroy yourself like writing it's hard to sing. All right now, we do. But the four of us we do like boys to men kind of like. People are. Got to be real simple. So that we can pretty much know what we're doing. All right. We'll have to look at each others mouth. Yeah. I would say lights on Dan. The lead OJ and the rest of us will be like the other J, the let's go. Gladys Knight to our pips whatever like we'll fill in on the on the side. I will do we'll do a sonic augmentation. I want to be the Yoko Ono. Oh, no. Oh, yeah. I'll be the Shakira. This is going to be. We were just kind of works together. I say we all we all help. Okay. Like like, it's like it's like Bill devoe like somebody's got to do a little bit. We could do they don't sing in unison the whole. A B A that could be easier. Well, each other. I like I like the idea guys harmonizing and stuff. I mean, I say I just anybody wants to take the wheel you take the wheel. Let's not. Let's not okay. Let's not hang. Okay. What's it about? What's it about? Oh, it's about go from the audience. Human, man. Okay. What pyramid shut out to rob Shaw pyramid? Man made man. Oh is the reference? Perriman. We go. He's just one zero. Two. Pira? Awesome. We gotta start over. Yeah. I first of all the phone away from the Mike. Can we give you another two things at work? I knew suggestion Brandon hand microphone, I church if you're not going to church if you're not going to sink that gives us a title. Like like, some kind of Nick cave. Or weren't LLC? How hot dog water like lit biscuit? Really trigger word limpets church. You guys hot? Hot dog water. I know I'm just trying to try to help hotdog waters. Exact. Dogs. Dog treats. If you had. I thought we're methodology the problem. What was pitched me was everybody was like doing thing time? Why would I do a six? Watch each other's mouths and actually harmonize on what dancing do. Okay did here by bus. All right. What was your idea? I thought that was more complicated. Let's take. Yeah. That's why we already did. We've tried the easy. Okay. Okay. All right. We need any title. Australia. Now, we did too much. Capital is. Okay. All right. So we're gonna watch Dan. And we're gonna harmonize, okay. Dollar. Invest. There is nothing better on plant harmonisation. Here is hard. We are comedians. Can we play hide? That's gonna help. I do an AB no brand. And I jumped on Brandon's pitch of Abe. I think that might have been a bit more. I don't we don't do too. I think Dan was right? I misunderstood him. I think it's better that we all try to really fuck in isn't that what we just we're trying to do once. We're all singing, we're louder than the music, and then we can't hit the tempo. Fucking is all over the air. I can text you the song. Oh, hell thank you that'll fix. Thank you. Thank you probably know signal in her. We should just move on to the other thing that I have. No, we could do it. It'll be why it'll be bluetooth. So it should work. Well, I didn't air-dropping try that next. I just I'm like, I'm like a gen-x prieres drop baby. It's hard to use airdrop. It really doesn't work as it doesn't. Always. It's not always there. You know, what I'm saying brand what you drink. I'm on Cork's. Oh, yeah. We'll flavors that tangerine. Hell, yeah. All day. Got mayor drops on. Do you want to just x dot essential? Oil checks. They're supposed to be a it hasn't sent all ready. I'll try in the meantime, I can try drop and there's no harm in that. Wow. If you're just joining us. It's the best podcast ever. We can plug it in we can plug it in with this thing that's actor up. Give me your phone. I can just plug it in. You got. Dan, or you could like pass it is it an audio. Or is it a lightning because these are one of these lightning adapter? After I don't know, we should cut this out of the podcast. No, we leave it in the states. Okay. I just thought. Doing. I'm doing good. I'm talking. I Parch I'm gonna go backstage and grab a water thirsty. Fucker right now. Can you get me my half drank coke? Oh, yeah. The half drinking coke of it's still out there. I drank in half of it. When house are what are we going to see what are we gonna see the end of your process like how much longer do you have on Harman quest? Oh. Where we got to episodes left to cut happens. I expected by the end of the year. I don't know if we have a date or anything, but it should be before the next year. I know that they are all your favorite children. Do you have any favorite episodes? Right. I just episode eight had just McKenna from off pushing musical podcasts. She's so good. She was a lawyer. We wanted to have an episode that was kind of like the episode. Thank you so much. We're Matt Gowrali came on our podcast in was the skeleton, Gary the lawyer, but we couldn't get him for that. So we had a different court case episode, and I was really worried because if you guys listen to the podcast Matt gory really killed that episode, and he really nailed just from or just the new black man gory. No. He's from UCB. Awesome. I don't know exactly what he's perfect macaroni. But he was he played skeleton. Gary, and he did an awesome job on this on harm in town the podcast. And so we wanted to recreate that. And then we could. Booked for that episode because I think it was doing cool stuff. And so we got just McKenna. And I was really worried because it's like, Well, Matt Gowrali did something unique unique unrepeatable how could anyone else do this? And just did if anything like a way a way better job. It was she's just was a tour to force and knocked it out of the park. Holy shit. That one's great. They're all great. But that was the one I just did. Matt Gourley is my friend. Seventh grade erupted applause on what you're doing. Yeah. Matt gourley? Best buddy from seventh grade. And we have him and episode one. He kicks the season off in style. And he was the end of the season two right in the end of season one one. Oh, yeah. He's the best a classic season Maccarone early. I walk around the house. Because we went to high school together and junior high school together, I walk around talking like Matt Gourley like, I speak a certain language or you just try to say the stupidest thing, but we need a demonstration before you lose your friendship. It's hard to do. But I just walk around and just think of names because if you listen to super ego superego fans out there or pistol shrimps. Yeah. Pistol shrimps God damnit. So does name. I'm not gonna try to him in Jeremy Carter and Mark Mark Pochon. Ville fucking absolutely hilarious. He's hanging out with Michelle Obama now. He's he's he's in Milwaukee. Right. He's doing Conan O'Brien. Cutter needs a friend or what's in needs a friend a co production with ear wolf, it's not by your wolf. It's a co-production. Are we do we need to need doing this? We're gonna fucking make this work. So what if you need to get levels or something, I those let's Ashanti on this. So we can get this. Right. That's better. Little more. What's the methodology? Are we going to get it into mind off the side of that? What's good for the house, but more? I can't take this Eddie or very. Yeah. Is that good now guys? All right man knows pyramid. Man. What was the suggestion? We're gonna get because we're going to start afresh. Thank thank you. All right. So we gotta levels. Right. We did our check can now we're ready to go. And we're going to do. Are we doing Brandon's idea of the kind of thing are we will whatever. Well, let's just agree on it. Meaning like, so like who's line hoedown thing? All right. Let's get that out of our system. I would like to create something magical after that. We don't have to. I just want on a good process. That's let's let's do this thing. Help us demystify the audio, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Okay. All right. Okay. All right. Here we go. We'll study beautifully. All right. Oh, yeah. Suggestion suggestion? Oh. Self care. What was your Madame self-care and Bedia I heard? That's the same thing. That's the Akron initial ISM. Okay. Ready? Starting games. I want I want to start right off the bat. Can I give you let me give you a little count in just started? And I'll give the counting. Starting it. Maybe if there's a metronome let me just give you a little counter to do it too. That is to say gave him account. You gotta rhyme me. Thanks. You gotta rhyme Brandon. Yeah. And then we're gonna keep going like round Robin here. Just trying to see what they won't get it out of her system. Yeah. Okay. I don't know if you'll get a count. No count saris started. I've heard it forty times. Now, I professional musician. The comedic timing. Just starting to fuck over. I love the metronome sound great though. That was really funny though, that was so good. Smothers brothers. Yeah. But I really meant it. I mean, I I I'm certain of almost smoker. Larry, okay. All right here, we go, Jeff. Are you ready? I am one to chart. Oh, wait. I'm holding up to my. But it's plugged into the box. Okay. Oh, yeah. That's true. Do all right. Okay. Here we go. And strapped in latex upside down, it's the best thing I can do for. This ain't no circus. I've just dominatrix dark elf. Casting spells on you. Make you so good. Discount Allers glue. Flakes pain that I should. Be the D S M. My. Follicles, follicles, follicles file goes. Okay. All right. All right. That was the that was the what we just did was the like. Leonard Cohen version of whose lines Irish drinking song. Oh, yeah. All right now we worked at our warmed up right now. We're fucking. And now we're going to take the full t plunge into the deep end of the music, and I want us to sound like bell biv devote. Yeah. Okay. A track that is not remiscent of the famous baby DD shouldn't matter. I mean, we've had thirty four years then them to think about this. Will we DeVos like we're just cappella, and they're just like the whole time. They're like. Because who hit who? Yeah. I it's not gonna sound familiar. Meet doing it thinking of boys to men boys to men. Yeah. Oh. The song. How's it going? God, dammit, I am helping nobody. Into the road is what you're thinking. What? Now, we've rose. We'll be sure something the friend. Yeah. Something about a friend. Actually that is a friend today. What that's shy. It's way. Oh. Right. You saying that's not or boys. So. We're as racist. As I thought I was on the first leg of this track. I could finish photo-finish with all of my honky. To say goodbye yesterday just shy. I don't even know name. That's I'm doing really that's somebody before. You're not alone at all. I don't think they made that song, but they do a version of. And that's awkward boy. No, just play a little penis. Little poodle lemonade on the camel's back. God rock Danner rolling put another straw, incredible hulk and urge. All right. So are we what we're doing fucking? We're gonna we're gonna we're going to build or we're going to. Vira vira. Oh, yeah. Okay. Choice. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna zuri we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna sound like band that? I never heard of shy. Okay. All right. That's what we're gonna do. We're gonna do that. What they do in that song. Okay. But to this music. Yes. Oh, keep holding up so microphone and. Yeah. And we're going to improvise. Okay. Okay. So new suggest Brandon. New topic TV title title of the song. Factory region reject dildos. No. It's because it's going to be about this is about harmony. So who cares about us factory? We thank you for. Yells at art in public. Yes, it's fine. You it's okay. Here we go. All right factory. But don't let me get more than three syllables out before you know, we're gonna fucking be all of your thing. We're gonna not hanging out here to show. I don't know what you guys talked about musical stylings. So if you were to say like potato what would that sound like translated through the sound? So I can hope to replicate alarm show him our MB hook. But hey. Hey. Oh, okay. Got you. See how good we are. Yeah. I just wanna. Yeah. We just all berry Gordy about to come out. All right. It'd be fucking big. Okay. All right here. We got factory reject Bill. Yeah. Do. Fast. Stick. Slow go fast. Rex sticking. I mean. In your butthole. But I wanna come out again, they can go back in go back. Go back. Okay. Fucking. Very much like that could be a fucking record very much. White we need jetway or fucking Rick Rubin. Bruce Ruben, we're here right now. Fucking shied group did do that song. And then at the end of it. No one knows their name. No. People that mistake them for Bill. Vo are mistaking them for boys. Demand. Yeah. That's a scare. Also, the fact that right now because we're live streaming. Somebody's already taken this into a fucking like two AM mine or fucking capitol records already stolen our song. Care because we can do this. We could do one hundred. I shouldn't Brandon flavor right now. Oh. That was the song. I forgot where the best podcasts of all podcasts. Yeah. I been house hunting with Cody looking for look for upgrade taking my time. That's it. That's all there is that. How's that makes you wear booties? But I kind of got over it JPL there were making a spaceship. Yeah. I know. Well, I don't I don't. Yeah. I'm offended by the first time. But whatever. Bring your own booties, man. Here's the thing like house before you you can't just roll up with no booty that house. Here's. What the fuck you go. How? Who'd he's have and mother fucker, and you don't show up booty lifts. That's our next song. You gotta bring that booty. I'm gonna tell you guys a couple of things about about open house booties their filthy their their their tattered. Pre owned booties Jackson and forty percent of the house touring consumer is going to put on those booties under fucking duress. Shuffle around you're already dirty ass house, who you kidding? And by the way, by the way, I wanna see your backyard bitch. What do I got a schedule? My feet four. I'm trying to give you millions of dollars. I wanna flow around that's part of the whole house experience. When I ran into the living room gotta bring booties. You gotta bring them. No. It doesn't. You're not hearing me booties. Don't matter. They're called shoes your feet go where your heart goes. You're not buying a house. I had two baskets booties at this place the front door and the back door. I went in the backyard. Oh, a saltwater pool. Oh, I got the booties out. I'm not gonna I'm not gonna walk out to see the pool to. Lest I forget, the most important thing that you wanna be on my mind is my feet, and my booties put him in the outgoing basket. Have my freedom around the backyard collecting, all kinds of aids grass dog shit. Oh, oh, no, dirty dirty human society feet. Oh, your backyard all over my feet. Oh, and then you're supposed to like, oh, I'm gonna go. Let's go back into let's look at that laundry room. Again, don't forget to scrub up for surgery. I of course, I did it wrong. I went all around the backyard, and the booties everyone does that I was gonna say half of the people do that. By the way, the other half of the people. Why are you so experienced at house hunting just by fucking house? Like, not not the most valued customers. You know? You know? You know, who you want coming to your open house someone who goes to so few open houses. They don't know what the fuck are doing, you know, why fucker buys houses. So he don't go to a lot at once. I wanted to busy living in. So he ain't got no booty etiquette. That's my favorite myth a lot song. You got to pay for that booby Brown Brown. Budi etiquette issue. Buy shoes. What's the dope is thing? You've seen in a house. What's the shadiest like most low budgets shit that you've seen somebody try for? I have. I just seen some like Steph where we looked at a house today. And I was like this man is gay and Hispanic and there was no photos or anything. I just like I like upper like super upper-class like like like, I was just like a. It's amazing. How your house can express the amount of anxiety? You're under even while being like incredible. Like the expression of like floorspace, the work. You've had done on your house and stuff. I don't know. I can't. But like like like like when you open the door and going straight back to a pool that has like a waterfall like pouring like one of those like waterfall phase. It's just sort of like like. It just screams Hispanic. Well. Well, that wasn't that. I I'm sorry. I I'm sorry. I hit that hot button. Bye. Bye. Bye. Bye. Identifying people what my point was that. I was like conjuring person in my head because I was like the neighborhood that we're in is so stressful. If you like these beautiful houses, but then you're like on Hollywood Boulevard. So imagine going to work every day. And like you like you're like fifteen minutes. Oh, it takes fifteen minutes to get to Burbank, or whatever. And then you like your first stop is Hollywood Boulevard where you're just like it could be seven minutes before you can make a left turn. I just and then so then the houses that are in some of these places, you're like, okay. So that's all that stress is manifesting itself. It's like popping popcorn inside of here. And then I and then I project few things like I yes, I went ethnic because I was thinking like Catholic and like as just thinking like this. Exploding inside. And I wonder where they're moving to. And I don't want their house 'cause I don't wanna wear. No booties. This is Buddha house now as actually boody house. What's the have you seen somebody who's been trying to patch up shit? Have you seen any houses where they're like clearly off asking for too much money? And they've duct taped like a jacuzzi to a back wall. Now know people out there fairly are they being fair or being just trying to get this money right now, our favorite place is like has been on the market for hundreds of days. So we keep on going. Well, what who got murdered? They're like, what's the what's the ghost like and? Yeah. But there's nothing apparent my house last on you bring inspectors, and they don't find anything. But then you still find out you're fucked. Termites. And I mean inspectors can find that shit. But like whatever close how close are you to? Tired yet? Are you like no I would look for a house forever. Because I'm like I like my house have now. And I keep going like, I know counting on my fingers. I wanna get mad at my house. If I move into a house for what I meant forty six years old. I the next house I move into. It's not it's not like overwhelmingly possible. I'm gonna die in it. But like. If it's cool enough like. Maybe I could like I would like to get like mad at my house. Like, I would like to experience like what the fuck where the fuck did. I put the God, damn scissors. How many goddamn hallways? Are there? This goddamn. I just wanna feel a little bit of overall. I got too much house like a little too much house. Right. Do you want rooms that you don't even use? They like. I'm going to use them. Yeah. With VR thing. You end up that's a room right there. You know? Why don't you burn a room? Everybody. Your next house needs an extra room. VR's come in come in strong. Now by my count here, Cody, and I we here's our dream. This is what we want. We want a master bedroom that we're going to it's going to be like a it's just for us. So far this tracks. Yeah. But it's not our our personal bedrooms. It's our hotel room where we spend all of our time as a couple, you know, we watch Netflix in there. We do everything that we're doing in our mass master bedroom right now. But like because Cody will now be moving in with me. Officially like, we wanna we wanna weather proof that that concept. So we'll we'll each have bedrooms that contain all our clothes, and I and it has to have a bed because otherwise, it's not a bedroom. Like like, like, the the master bedroom has to be like a place, you're not necessarily you don't necessarily have to be. Super dope to devote a part of your house to straight intimacy and togetherness because then if cody's like, oh, what is a rapper from your protein, bar, whatever. I like I won't be like God damn it. Mom, like it's like when you staying in a hotel. It's easier to just feel like you're both on the same team. Like, no, neither person is like I'm gonna work some shit out. Now, you know, it's like you're both both in this space. That's like designed for your comfort five my way. I'd be like like Jackie Gleason and all the honeymooners that they all lived in penthouses in New York. Hotels are making the honeymoon honeymooners. And they just lived in hotels and the whole top floor was there. Crib. And every day that go to work that come back sheets clean. Everything's good to go. I would love that like a hotel live because I'm never home. I have an apartment that I pay a fortune for it. I'm never there. Burglar's is that right? Oh, God down. Oh, Jesus dog is pretty door's always unlocked. Just get right into. Hey, jeff. Do you like comedy podcasts? Nope. Do you like other podcasts? Really do you like thrilling podcasts? Now, you got me listening. Do you like podcast named after units of time? And or types of adventure. Yes. Oh, man. Well, guess what? I really excited to announce lay it on me, the return of one of the all-time great comedy podcast named after a unit of time involving adventure in thrills. 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When that guy like strove through my garage and my insurance company put me up on a hotel for a couple of weeks. It was like. I got a taste of that life. Like, we left with a couple of days available, though, we were kind of like, okay, we can go home. Now, they fixed the garage. We're like should we stay here? I guess it would be weird. If we stayed here. But. That's what we did. The the rub shrub. Microloans? Photography song. And if I oh my. Stairs. I will bring them to you. And if you call you call on my bag service 'cause I am bringing those to you. All right. We're close. Take it. It'd be so crazy when we learned the words to these songs, it's faster. Poured that shit service called bellhop. Okay. Well, bags service, look global warming. I think it's a lie. Terrible times we live or people are just to talk to be to laugh that might be true. I give up. Talked about my beefs about hotel rooms a little things that I say a lot of hotels. I talked about the toilet paper thing, you don't like the folding the foldable. And now, they got the thing where you go into the fucking tissue paper, and they put a million things and make a big like magnolia blossom like eleven tissues that you've just handled after cleaning somebody else's poop. But I'm not going to use any of these all wasting? I'm sure there's a difference. It could be split. But if the alternative is that new role where years in charge of? Shucking the fuck, and you know, what I'm talking about girls. Then you got a fucking claw that shit. Have. I talked about the fucking do not disturb thing that falls off most doors and hotels have this fucking smooth curve linear kind of thing, and you put the do not disturb on 'cause I don't want. I don't need housekeeping to come. I if I'm there for two or three days, I don't need new towels. I'm fine. Like, I need ones gusting girls your girls person. Disgusting. No sleep in a street. Tidy tidy and it's called being green, by the way this being homeless. You're fucking monster. Fucking put the do not disturb thing on. So you don't have to waste anybody's time or energy and cleansers and water to wash the things and all the shit. And then you leave ever been like all the hotel waters was making this drought for real hotel. Tons of water. Okay. Oh, yeah. Can't get enough. Yeah. The fucking love water. And you state. You close the door. You put the fucking do. Not disturb singing on the thing, which is around little hole on curvy thing handle. And you'd leave in door shuts falls off every fucking time. I really shut the door is do not disturb thing on the ground saying, please come in. Fuck and check it fucking is like just make do not disturb hangs on the goddamn door a lot of times they do. But then the handle designs aren't like they're like, this is good. Also fucking hotel. Tv remotes can go fuck themselves forever and a day that if they don't work it's a travel hack that you could bring your own remote. Sometimes just use it your own a remote. Which is a weird. I find I'm going to marry I bring my Marriott Raimondo. Yeah. Okay. That's the fix. Yeah. I wish I could go back to that one city that had the vending machines. They were all linked by Tony stark credit network. Do you? Remember ten wasn't pay pass. Like, you could buy an account to an app, and you were just like subscribe to all vending machines and the city here like snack Tarzan, you could just walk around. And vending machines Bill was a Ray you want some candy like like, you can have it like no transaction necessary. Just like, it's on your tab was hey range. That sounds familiar because there's this soda machine in Griffith park. That uses pay range. It's oh, oh boy. Sometimes I'll drive out there. Just to get myself, a nice, Pepsi. Beautiful drive. See Coyote, just to get a Pepsi. I kick it's ass. Also. There's a new culture and hotels in my experience. Is that everyone you walk through? And there's eleven valet guys eleven Bellman eleven hotel like receptionists is three thousand people standing by the elevator. And every one of them every time you walk by even if you just went past them a second ago, they all have to say good morning or good afternoon or Hello. Do you can we just dispense with that? I don't need to have to have to touch base with forty people. Every time I go this way or that way. These are my problems. I like it. Meanwhile, the world is on fire. I think that all tells bars should be open from ever six am to two am. Yeah. Not in Tennessee, Tennessee, they don't even fuck. They don't open until like like never on Sunday. You can't you can't get a bloody drink going. You're selling me a bed. So if you're gonna have a bar in your place. It would stand to reason that it shouldn't be like baker's hours. Like like, your bar should be like part of the like, you're in the pillowcase business. You're in the toilet paper business. You touch the stuff that touches my butthole your bar should be open. It should be the reason. I don't go out in Denver tonight. I got a potent cell to come back to and I totally approve make it all fuck in a card. Only swipe swipe no one's gonna come to your fucking hotels bar to get drunk when they live in your city. I'm trying to make that business happen. It's like when you go to Starbucks, and they don't have a bathroom, and you're like you sell something that makes people pissing shit. Have you just have one guy or lady or doesn't matter anything? And it was very welcome. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome is what it should be saying. Why am I saying? Thank you. You're welcome. Look what I did. Have a person who is there like? Toe tells the darkest part of your life. They're trans transitory. I you wake up with a head wound. You don't know where you don't know where you're going. You don't know where you've been you might have scabies the next day. Like, you're only in a hotel because your life is like it's moving it's moving baby and the bar like every bar needs to be open. You need to be able to Seidel up to it. I like it's just a living wage give the one person a living wage for two shifts. There's always a person there. Yes. It's true. Sometimes for hours on end. No one will be there wanting to drink. That's what's cool about a bar is when you get to it it's empty, but it's already open, and there's just a creepy dude wash glass, and it's like the open bar you walk up to you become Dennis wolf Berg right now. No one's going to get that reference. But google. Dennis for YouTube, rather? I also airports airports, your bar should be open twenty four mother fucking hours. Wait, aren't they VIP's? VIP just Brandon. Let me tell you what VIP you walk into a fucking bear trap here. Brandon VIP just three Canadian flight attendants. A asking you for eight forms of ID's. So that you could maybe have some pop off vodka with your olives six hours from now win the and bar opens. And it's not a bar a salad bar VIP lounges Ken. Ken Ken, Ken, Ken, Ken? Orally minister my privates. Oh, can I get any man? We'll get back to that. Can I if any of you all feel hit in the crowd, or anyone that listens to us over the the listener thing is if you ever fly out of Burbank, there's an early flight, I almost hate to tell you this. The only thing I like about guy Fieri is his fucking bar burp. Lacob the Croix. How do you say sure I or is it gay fairy friends the area or because this guy up a song, but it's g guy fear this one. So the guys both terminals in the two little tiny terminals at the Burbank airport have guys they're open at seven and they fucking serve booze and they have for Bronco. And if you get a Bloody Mary say, no, garnish because if you get it with garnish there's no alcohol in it because there's nine thousand things inside. So that's what I will give to you or Harmon town listeners if you fly out of Burbank, go straight to guys crack, Don it's open you can get fucking wasted. And I wouldn't eat the food because you're probably going to have popcorn shrimp. Someone's going to get you have spiky blond hair. That's great fun. People don't understand the point of a bar. If you watched the shining. Hear him out everybody. Let the man talk any. Mr shining. J L China. Jack Torah go goes to the bar. That's that's any as the conversation with the British guy. And then he's like, I don't know. And the British guys like, but you've always been here. And you'll always be it's like, I always when I watch out. I'm like, I'm thirsty. Yeah. I know it's supposed to be creepy. But it's like it's like, that's the you know, the bars are supposed to be it's supposed to be about. It's like. It's like a self imposed one of those things. What do they call us things in the center of like puritan town where you put your hands on your head? It's like it's like, yeah. It's like a self imposed a stock pillorying pillory. I'm going to I'm I'm I'm a bad person. I'm in a dark place, I've never going to be in a light place. And then you you go to the bar, and then you park it. And then you you like you wind down the gears that that would otherwise, you know, who knows what they would do. We don't even know. Thank God for bars. There's none. We're all doomed. I feel like the rustic and you rose steak and the old drawn room like that's the bar from from. We don't shut them. Do we not now rustic is dumb? Okay. They got go wings though. You guys have those wings. But I feel like those places are like that is kind of the creepy bar where you feel at home. What's with this place next door? Are they going to be they were opened before the show or they to be open after the show? I'm sure they are I it's there. We would try to court needed thing where I know. It was like there was a. Do you know if they're going to be open? Okay. Dean, Steve might know. Steve leave you might know where are you so happy so happy that you're excited. I I 'cause I know in the past trying to coordinate a thing where we all go over there afterwards. Whatever. Because now we're not drawing Jason's anymore because there's no place to go over if anyone ever goes to Vegas. People talk shit about going to Vegas Vegas can be a nightmare. There's a little bar way off this trip called champagnes cafe used to be called. Tony's chimpanzee. Cafe I think it's just called champagnes, and it's like the drawing, and it's twenty four hours a day at it's always just chill, and it's fucking great. It's like you walk in there. You can go in there at four AM. And it's just like there's eight people. It's not ever crazy. I love it. Or the double down. If you want to really get it out. Double down till the story about going to the double down saloon Vegas. Anybody one person raised their hand instead of clapping. A twenty four hour dive. I know one time like like three or four AM by myself in a suit sat down to the bar. This is going to be a bummer. I've been here. One hundred times, it's always been fun. This is gonna be the one night where it's kinda just like suck as graffiti and punk rock music. And it's the men's room is really just terrible. It's like being episode of like locked up abroad. And a dude comes in and he'd driven in a Bentley he looked like Daniel Craig, but like a little heftier rotorcraft. Two and he comes up with a bunch of great looking girls puts a bunch of hundred on the bar bag a sandwich bag of cocaine ziplock bag of and and just passes. Well, he's that it was the police. He walked this is money for them. Here's a coke. I'm going to take a little nappy. He's and he's wearing a fucking bitching and outside like Gotti or Bentley something awesome outside and these with four or five just like screaming, hot girls and the bartender. Very casually took the coke and put it behind the bar money. What would you like according fee and? And then there was only like maybe before they had all walked in. There was probably six other people out the bar. It's kind of like a square kind of horseshoe-shaped bar, and if that makes sense and. He a few minutes later portal, the drinks, and then gave everybody cocktail napkin with a giant rail of coke on it. Put it all out for everybody. Me that guy over there that lady over there all the girls I'm talking about like a golf pencil size rail of coke. And it was for everybody. The guy's fucking fast asleep right next to me. We have a good time any wakes up about like two hours later. We're all the time of our lives. Let's go back to my place, and we all get into cars. Now, you're with the guy he went with referred WinCo. He needed his fucking Daniel Craig JAMES BOND, you like inserted yourself into his memento move. I was I was simply sitting at the seat next to where he sat down and this all played out that we went to his crib. Did. You have it. That's the part that I'm saying you you he invited everybody there. Yeah. Because there was like eight of us fucking. We're going back to my place. And you're like he has Bentley. That's when I realize he's driving like like four hundred thousand dollar car outside. You had me at driving. What did she do? He's the guy took it. Now. He's too drunk. Tippy await no he was tired. Dan. Running. We all fuck off to respond, and it's like, it's like, I don't know five or six minutes off the strip we get into the place. It's a penthouse, and I'm not joking. This sounds like one of those Jeff Davis stories that people are going to say. Does it? He had an indoor pool and outdoor pool on the roof of the gut them building. His place was the entire roof of building. And there was a full like pull the size of the stage, an outdoor pool, and we just fucking blow and drank like like until noon, and I don't know his name. I never. Yes. I think I think he composed for Black Panther. No, I he was certainly well. Saying that's a good bar drawing room at three. The drawing I just drawing room drawing double down. I mean, the double down in Vegas. I went again three. You want to let the bar marinate. Don't go there before midnight like after two o'clock, the bars the bands are done. I went in there sat alone. Again, this is not going to be fun like twenty roller derby lesbians came in. They were selling t shirts, and they just were harassing me. And mad at me because I was like a straight guy, and they were just talking shit, and like just throwing ice cubes at me, whatever this is a Nevada. The this is Vegas. It's a town in the Vada. And I don't know. Fed was this Nevada. It's important was it in about all we have to track down a house with two pools, this motherfucker going to jail. Barn. Logan, utah. No bar. In between the hard rock and the airport like you could walk to either. Yeah. We lost Tino for two days there when we didn't lose them. We went somewhere other than there when we came back. He was there we called it the Dino where are you still here? I'm ali. And he was he was crying at the bar because he was ugly. Like you've been a bar felt forty eight hours. So felt that all these roller derby lesbians from whatever Vegas team, maybe from out of town. There was tournament. Whatever I don't know how I bought a t shirt, then we were friends I woke up like the fucking. Mandalay bay or what the fuck was. I say the shark tank God I woke up by the Mandalay bay, and they were all there. I I was covered in roller derby lesbians, just like it was like I was Hugh, Hugh Hefner was into getting laid. It was just a bunch of drunk lesbians on top of me, and they got up in the morning, we all have breakfast together. And it was the fucking best time again double down saloon best bar. Why did we not put all of that? I went into the funky measure one time. And it was it was I'll just start the story by saying in the men's room. It was exceptionally unclean and used the ladies room instead, and I come out and a tough little punk rock chick with a wife beater on like half, my height. She's like fucker. You don't get the fuck, ladies, you got your own fucking ladies. Screaming at me. He wants to fuck punch me. And I hang on hang on. And I opened up the men's room, and there is a inch and a half of Brown. Poop water on the floor as she goes. Oh, I'm so sorry. Can I buy you? Can I buy you drink? She she thought you were just like I mean, does she think threshold was just not high enough or just taking advantage of the women's rooms? Are normally someone was in there, and you just hopped into the women's. Yeah. Just fucking. If you open the door, and it was like a regular men's room, which is also disgusting. She would have been like like, no, that's the point. I know why you use the women's room and you're cheating. But because there was actual do. She's like, oh, yeah. Sort of a fascinating thing because it's kind of like if we have any jailbreakers, can we get some bathroom police in this place? I was sitting there playing pool in the pool tables like they have like sand traps, water hazards on the worst pool tables of all time. The most lopsided pool tables of all time and playing with these two gals friends of mine and was big biker dudes at the bar like Hells Angels looking guys and there was four or five people like, you know, like three girls to guys or vice versa and sitting at a table about as far as I am from Spencer, which is like fifteen feet eighteen fifteen. There was a trash can and they had a table with like twenty corona empties on it. And they were just throwing them into the trash can and trying to Bank off the wall and make a Bank show and. Being old so loud clanging at some admits gang. All over the floor. And there's bottles everywhere. And the bouncer is a big tough guy and all the bikers keep looking over the shoulder kind of rolling their eyes. They just throwing glass like across the room and missing half the time and making a ton of noise finally one breaks and the big old grey bearded like duck dynasty looking. Bouncer. The biker who's who's treat name is. Caveman. Or or do Socrates? So he he gets up and he just kind of. Reluctantly walks over and he goes. Taxis outside. Oh shit. Socrates? Not fuck you. You're thrown out. We called you a call and the people thank you. We've been throwing bottles for twenty minutes. That's very nice. It's hard to get thrown out of the double down. And just when they're about the throw you out. You gotta do is double down. Does it sign? There's a bunch of science science says, you puke you clean. That's that's if you got a fucking did they give you the fucking mop the rag on the thing, and you got to clean it up. But at the site next to says twenty dollar puke insurance, which if you think you're going to go, you think your friends are going to show you can buy twenty dollar insurance. And if your friend pukes, the bar cleans do does does the price go up after the if you didn't buy insurance on a bet and blackjack, well, then I'm saying if it's the same price after you puke just tuned in this shark tank, they should charge sixty bucks. If you didn't buy it. I got I think you can't buy the point you clean it insurance, you puke clean before you is if you didn't pay insurance twenty dollars buys puke insurance, the bar will clean up after you before. I know. Yeah. But what if you puke and then pay twenty dollars is that legal? No. I think you have to great. Yeah. That's what I used to be asked. You. I asked you. Sorry. What right there. I think I used to be dreams in the sky. The S twelve me Cup of adds to not play this play the song. Almost there. Thing. I think it should be the bar. Matt the little little bar mad, whatever spilled on there. You for like whatever they've even charge. You forty had to pay five bucks. They just empty the bar Matt glass, and you drank. But now, I think its they any bottle that gets below a shot like the drag of any anybody could be vodka whiskey colusa, better Grenadine, whatever they just marry into opaque bottles. So you have no idea what's in there. And they also have bacon MARTINI, which is just bacon fat floating vodka, which I think breaks five laws like like from the a couple of those. If you had the big MARTINI there. I think if you do an asks you shot, a bacon MARTINI and either slim, Jim you get a free t shirt. What a deal, but if you you have just one for losing, right? Sure says like it's it's the t-shirt definitely doesn't get you anything I want. I want to people who know what the t-shirt represents something. Like, I drank asked to like, I did the following three things. What are you doing? I was playing pool of with these two gals and they're good luck. And they're great. But I'm better than they were. And we were playing for drinks shit talk. And then. They weren't that. Good. I mean, I'm not that great either. But I was better a little better than they were. So I'm beaten all these biker dudes at the bar, and they're the only two gals on the bar and all these big tough house. Angels looking do up there like Mongols or whatever. And then I go to the bar to get a drink. And I say and the toughest looking. Hey, man. What's the stakes over there? I said the stakes are high. What are you playing for I go if I win I got a kiss, and he goes. Win one for us. He was on my side lost boys. They're horrible. Let's let's all just getting a big bus and go there right now. All right. All right. Have you ever been there? Oh, yeah. When I was there, I ordered a drink and then a girl came in. And I was like, well, what are you drinking? And I was like a weird question. She's like, yeah. That is. And then I told her I drink. I thought I could do it. Jeff story for it. She said, thank you. Right. Anybody did anybody on my recommendation start watching love after lockup? Fuck you guys. I'm here. Plenty plenty of people did not listen back to my recommendation. I was like what are you doing you sound like a crackhead like, I guess I was just like extra stammer eith- at night. Like, I don't know what it wasn't really a sales pitch that. I that should be success. Tell me about it. I have no idea. It's just a great reality show. It's it's people who. Our pen pals with prisoners, and then they they're getting out and they're gonna marry him. And it's just it's just insane, man. Does it often work out? What's the what's the batting? Average of. I it's it's chaos. It's just chaos because even the people that work out you're like that's not working out. A and then the like most of the time you're like get out of their girl get out of there. And then like the girl just get out of there. You just like you just get that. Tyrod gimme that. Gimme that kyron. That says that you are out of there like that. You didn't go back, but it's like various combinations. Very interesting. It's a very slim amount of people that actually like the population that goes to jail over and over again, it's like three to five percent. So you're watching something like it is truly just a slice of life. Like, you will not see that sort of relationship dynamic again. The big headline of the show seems to be that even the sociopath because you're like boy, you're going to be need even sociopaths on the show really on both. Sides of the of the prison yard like the people who are going to to subscribe to lovers from prison et cetera. No wrong answers. No heroes. No villains. But. Your. Well, you're depending on your definition of crime. I mean because it's not a show about what they did to go in prison. But you're definitely watching. I'm like, okay, you're a bad bad. Boy. The dude that shot up our house full of cocaine and then asks his girlfriend to put a knife ever Jonah is villain. But the. Was strangely. Specific the interesting thing is. It's just interesting to be like like the big in the room on the show is okay. Like like, none of the people including the prisoners who claim to understand that. This happens all the time, but they still feel this emotional attachment. The people no one in the show seems to understand that if you're in prison your entire world is a different context. And that your your value system is different. And therefore, the people to whom you say, I love you. And let's make all these plans for the future. Like, a you're not necessarily a liar or superman like or what you are as a person who's who's understanding of life is completely different from when you're gonna get out. They just keep repeat it's sort of people over and over again. And how good or terrible your love letters would be. If you had twenty four hours a day for six years to think about writing a level editor also very typically, they're doing they all talk about how they look you. They they they do ten of these at a time, and they don't necessarily equate that with disant disingenuity dishonesty like the people on the outside are familiar with the idea while I met this person on this site. So the idea that I was the only one is is not it's not a realistic expectation, but more importantly, oh that was the courting process was winnowing down allegedly to just you. But then the personal Santa talking. Well, I got to over here in one. It's like the interesting thing to me is just like picturing people as like vegetation. Like, if you're if you're a human in your place in prison, and then you these routes come out these fill these Celia these like little hairs, and they're just gonna they're just looking for any kind of water because the then these stories will end up with a lot of people going back into the joint because they'll violate their parole or something and as soon as they get in there. They're calling again, and it's really hard for the codependent people on the way out because on the outside because they just went through this whole reality show relationship where they finally figured out that the the oh that relationship was. But then soon as they figure it out the person's back in prison and giving them exactly the sugar they need which is calling them collect and asking for money, and it's like this. Siren call to them not because they love the person that much, but because they love the minimization of risk that prison represents for them. And I'm so fascinated by that they're outside and they're less free romantically. They they they're so scared of being hurt and left. They have they one point they need barb wire. And they need barbed wires round the other person not because they're sadists. But because they're terrified of getting hurt. Oh, you're terrified. And everyone's like always gradually. Oh, you're terrified of getting hurt. So you're with a convicted felon, but that's how terrified you can be of of rejection. If you went to prison down say you're doing like, a big federal stint and. What would your like role in prison? Be like what click would you run? I the fixer the fixer. Now, I'd be screaming lipstick man like. We all know we would be in prison. We're the sixty percent of the population. That will never go to prison. We're terrified of the idea. We celebrate and our jokes and comedy and movies. Everyone on the inside is getting raped and the two she likes it that way. Because we're all thinking, oh my God. That's some of these. There was a woman who got out, and there's a there's a scene where she she just got married, and she's like she pulls up outside the prison that she was in. And they're taking pictures of her flip in the prison off, and there's a guard out on the perimeter. And he's like, what are you doing? And she's take pictures, and he's like don't get my face in it or something like that like sort of like the like prison equivalent of go trying to shoot a movie inside a a brook stone. But it's like he's five hundred guards. Just keep you. He said some Bill babble. She's like what I can't hear you. 'cause I assume you're you're an ex fell in take your pictures and get out of here. Like, he's familiar with the fact that this road that he stands there and watches basically, just a regular thing that Camaro pulls up and a man in a woman get out with a six pack and pose flipping off this place. Here's the thing. I'm watching that and going Honey don't. Like, I wouldn't flip the place off. I wouldn't be shocked to find out through the mail week later that I violated a finger law. I it's the the way that we employ our penal system is simply to say are you capable of fear. If so the're this, and then we're all frayed, and then we have no respect for the people on the inside. And the people on the inside are treated like animals, whatever. Sorry. It's the end of the show. I love after lockup this time, watch it. My recommendation was good this time. It was twenty percent more fluid. I'm telling you watch one episode of season one of love after lockup. And and tell me that you didn't wanna watch the second episode, and I'll be fine. Then I'll accept that. My new favorite thing is I got screwed on a flight. Two days ago got so lost. We got like five hours of delays and stuff like that. Watching over the shoulder of whatever the whatever the person next to you is watching on a plane. Through with with without the sound on this lady next to me was watching some sort of like low rent game or thrown stuff. It was good. Probably better without the sound. Just watching these people fucking fight. It was great. Damn. So that's my recommendation watch the lady next to you on the plane. It's called low level. Fuck fuck and fights. Get sucked into that shit. Like, I'll seventy eight seats away. They'll be watching some piece of shit like millennial slapstick like saw billboard Varna. I'm not watching fucking bad dog. I don't care. How many celebrities are the voice of the dog? And but then the precisely for that reason that it's definitely a movie you're never gonna see you keep seeing scenes like it's Jason dak- said that that. Got I can't because you're watching a movie in order. You got nothing to do that. You're like why is she doing aerobics the dog evil? You're like what what's the animated one where it's like kind of like Mexico. It's kind of day of the dead kind of. Yeah. I watched that over on the seat next to me with no sound on the person asked me watch that fucking. I still try. Yeah. The story is great. I knew exactly what was going on. And I didn't need to hear the words. It was like it was like a beautiful silent like tragedy comedy. It was gorgeous. You have always told me that you like your Mexicans to shut up. That's a show. What Spanish for cliffhanger? Yeah. I don't think I made myself very clear when earlier alluded to funded. How say I could tell someone was gay and Hispanic was I still like going over there going. What what did you mean? Wasn't. It wasn't what you think. And I was trying to think of who's the funniest gay Hispanic. I know to say, but then I then I'm. My story was me being like this angel lansbury like feeling like I felt like I knew the person and that person was gay and Latino Tina right because they had a waterfall. It's it's that's the thing. That's why I ran into trouble. Because then by the time, I stopped talking. I was like, oh, boy, you just really you really did a number on yourself. All you did was say, I knew I know a person by something other than knowing them. Bad move, brother. What a dumb move. Fortunately, we're in the middle of podcast civil war between the. Yeah. Just going down those there's there's there's some crazy shit going down to the true crime community. I'll tell you that true crime. Yeah. I'm in this kind of the epicenter. I I don't wanna I don't know. I don't want to my tender plein to it. People beef and on true crime for shit that Birger last week murder. Somebody get purchase for like two hundred thirty million. I don't know about nothing about that. Okay. Somebody somebody somebody in the somebody in the true crime community posted a Instagram on International Women's Day that that had this like crazy kind of just white text on black mean like that was just sort of like what? I don't want to edit Tory. Allies any of it to be objective and say like somebody posted like I was just such a strange thing to post particularly International Women's Day. Like like, and then there were people that their luminaries our friends among them like going like, hey. This podcast network. Like is this really are you proud of this? And then so then that the person in particular guy shit, can so it's just the age old now within the true crime community, the same schism, that's everywhere. All the time. Which is on one side. You got what the fuck, dude? It's called freedom of speech. It's called due process all that stuff. But on the other side, you have what the fuck, that's called empathy. What the fuck is happening. And and never the twain shall meet and everyone she'll be unhappy and angry and interesting. But it's where would I go to find this all play out? I don't know. I can't say you don't wanna probably crime podcast national windier Women's Day. Probably find something. I just I know here's the thing. I think that I've I would I might my point is that I didn't want to I didn't want to didn't want to get. I don't wanna get involved as far as like like like doesn't mean. It's it's the guy. Jordan scale guide the Mike Mike day clap. So if that's if you wanna go if you want go look at what I'm talking about. I'm not like, oh, I don't want you to know about it. I'm like, I don't want to don't want to stir any I don't wanna I don't want. My presence to affect anything other than people to watch Lakhder. Love it up. I want everyone to watch that. So while between rival true crime podcast that somebody killed somebody else in true. It's absolutely going to happen. There's there's Harmon town Gareth many true crime podcast are people somebody's gonna get wacked. So. Yeah. Last podcast on left. I think last podcast or whatever. The fuck is it next week? Now that our English friends will be here. Sorry. I missed I've missed queued that before. But. Yeah. Okay. So next week Cerruti and Hannah from the red handed podcast are going to be here. I'm actually a little nervous because I just starstruck. And I wanna I wanna do a good job. But so I'll be sober. And we'll talk about we'll just talk about crime. I've got a couple of cases that I don't hear anybody covering enough the case of the smashed garage. Yeah. The kill you or hard case of the dying tree. So next week next week those ladies will be here. And until then keep your hair on a day. Keep your spoons from the help. You want to try one last go at the song close it out with one last try. But let's see the other one the fund one the more. Okay. The more poppy one. Okay. And Dan, you take I want you to make it about what you feel like the audience walks away from the show with okay? Thank you. Joining us. Harm in town. But cast. We ever again. Cliff? Zac, put it beat on plug. Thank you. Give it up for the return of Spencer Crittenden every. The answer is yes, we're gonna play DVD's soon. I miss it. That's all you said last night. How about Brandon Johnson? Thanks, guys. Mic drop. How about the mic technique of your mayor, dad? Exactly cavers got the pizza. Avis dry fast take chances. We love you all. See? Podcast network.

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Brandon Johnson - Wichita Life Podcast #39

Wichita Life Podcast

37:30 min | 7 months ago

Brandon Johnson - Wichita Life Podcast #39

"The other thing is having conversations with one another about why our minds our hearts and our eyes have been opened, so if there's an experience that has impacted you begin to talk to your friends about it and understand it's hard work, because not everybody gets how serious it is and I made a comment that we can walk around with our hands up and compliance steel die. Welcome to another episode of which is podcast. Today. We have a couple of sponsors for the show. I sponsor is metis Mediterranean Grill Metis is a fast casual Mediterranean restaurant with the Best Thomas in Wichita. If you don't believe me, go check it out. Metis is located at Rockin hairy Washington and Douglas Wrong, green, witch, in two thousand I. Our next sponsor is Il Primo. Espresso Cafe Il Primo is the oldest coffee shop in Wichita and one of my favorites. They have a wide array of drink options, so you can try something new each time you go or stick with your favorite check out their locations on the main floor of the epoch center, or a central and woodland today. I WANNA. Start off today's episode with a quote from my Angelou. Do the best you can until you know better than when you know better do better. Today's guests is Brandon Johnson Brandon is a wichita born and raised, and is the district council member on the Wichita City Council, and he is also the sole African American on this council. I really wanted to talk to brandon about his perspective about the protest rallies and Blacken Justice, following the tragic death of Floyd. This is a really good conversation that really opened my eyes to what's going on in our city and the country general, please feel free to reach out to brandon for any further questions, but endure my conversation with Brandon Johnson. All Right? I'm here with Brandon Johnson. How you doing brandon? I'm doing pretty good about yourself in pretty good Can you just briefly introduce yourself people that don't know you? Yeah so on Wichita City Council representing district one going into my thirty or an office and also the vice chair of the Kansas. Democratic Party. Austin, Can you just briefly kind of talk about the City Council in general I? Don't know a lot of people know how it works or what you do, so, can you just talk about that a little bit? Yes. We're a council manager form of government. We have a city manager who kind of runs the city. He's the one employee of the city council. There's seven of us the mayor who is elected at large and then their sixth district, so I represent district wide, and we're just responsible for the daily governing of the city and right now with everything going on the police at least Wichita. Police Department falls under US okay How often is it yearly elections for City Council? It's It staggered, but it's every four years. Twenty, seventeen I'm up for reelection next year last year. Of course, we had an election mayor and district five district to district four okay. and. Can you just talk about a little bit about like I? Guess you mentioned like the polices underneath. What kind of BS power? I don't know if that's the word is. But what kind of power does the city council hold as far as policies? That kind of thing? So we we adopt formal policy so folks right now. Looking for policy change the chief can do that on his own, and it gets ratified by the city manager. We as a policy body can say this is the direction we want our city to go, and then the city manager would implement that with the police shoe, so we can't on our own individually change things, but we can't have those conversations with the city manager and the police chief and work towards policy. Okay. Cool one questions I have several questions of my own also crowdsourcing questions, so and somebody asking you explain the process of how income from taxes or allocated towards schools or parks or sidewalk, maintenance or police department against for that matter. Can you talk about how that? Happens. Got The beat questions. After that, too to explain the best I can without taking an hour. Sedgwick county has a county wide sales tax, and half of that goes to the city of Wichita half of that goes to the county, and the half the comes to the city well, part of it goes to roads and bridges. A lot of that was Kellogg so folks who were talking. Talking about Kellogg being under construction, so we were kids. That's where that money was going but it's leaving now when you look at your property tax property taxes broken down at a different areas. Some comes to the city. Some goes to the county. Some goes to the state The county gets all of the money and cuts the check back to the city. And then they cut the check to the state. So that's where that gets divided. Breaking down with those percentages to our budget is the longer discussion are terrified has several funding sources state Federal County property taxes, some of our special assessments, other things like that all went to the General Fund. The police budget is a part of our General Fund, and it makes up about half. I forget the actual percentage, but goes into that. The key thing that I try to tell people though is even though our budget looks really big over six hundred million dollars. Departments are actually all kind of. Not funded to their fullest extent, so a lot of hiring or vacancies that aren't field. Yeah, things that that could be done, so it's complex. I mean Mark Manning is our city treasurer. He's always open to sit down and go through our budget and all of the funding sources on what can and cannot be spent on certain items so sure definitely people can reach out to me and said that meeting up rickel. Yeah I'll definitely link up your information. Anybody wants to have that conversation and so I. Think the main thing am I wanted to talk about especially with you. Is just everything going on right now in America with the racial injustice? Injustice I think a lot of stuff has been brought to light I mean. It's in recent years, but especially with like a motte, Aubrey and then most recently floyd on the tragic death so I guess just real quick for people that are listening Brandon his black. I'm white I grew up in andover, and so andover being a suburb. There's not a whole lot of diversity in there, and so there's a whole lot of white male privilege baked into that so I'm here mainly to learn from you. and I'm sure a lot of people listening are but the first question I have is. How has conversation around police brutality racism? Changed over time, and is that conversation different now than it has been in pastures. if we're looking to toss specific, it is a little different nationwide. The one where this up rest is now I mean the conversation was always accessible for some brutality and I think at some point it became an anti law enforcement sentiment perception for minimum, whereas it was just treat us like you treat other people sure hand. It's hard to to break down like that and. and and people start throwing numbers at you, but a lot of the issue was around justice, so if we saw a officer do something to a white male or even white woman officer would probably be reprimanded a little faster and not not every time, and that's also the issue like law enforcement does gets away with it. Yeah, and we've been Boko about it. Here in Wichita we've been vocal about a lot of policy change, and we've seen it shift from chief Williams now the chief Ramsey. S Not saying we're perfect. We still have our issues, but the way we engaged policies of chain gang file policy has changed. The chiefs support more training and get better training for officers, so all of those things are happening. We're on the road to improvement so a lot of our issues right now. Aside from some of the families who've lost someone to our police department has been around. What is harassment? Look like? How can we better police? How can we? Pass right tickets for little things. How can we focus on the real issues in the community and is chief also knows that it's a community thing that we need so not only community policing, but we need more social workers better mental health services, all of those things that go into helping our police department be better. Got yeah! Things that stand out that the police department I mean it does pretty well here. one the first rally I. Think was really cool that they cooperated with I. Don't know who said that. The Black Alliance or whoever set that up, but I think that was really cool to see and I know a couple years ago. I don't know if it's a black lives, matter protest or another protest like Kinda almost turned into like A. Police Department picnic almost which was really cool just to have them in the community I think is important and I know it's different, which is a different scale than kind of what some of the country scene, but I know, one thing people bring up is. Is it just a few bad apples versus the whole force. Do you have any thoughts on that? Because I know obviously, there's a lot of great police policemen in and servicemen, but like there are some bad apples is what people say. What are your thoughts on that? Let me. Give you two thanks, so you brought up the barbecue that happened first steps barbecue so before I was on city council on community activists. I still am and that was organized by AJ Bohannon Doin. Wash myself chief Ramsey in past or hermit Hicks and we all sat down kind of came to the agreement for that. What was lost in that whole message? Everyone was really happy to see the unity, the basketball plan and music and food, but the focus of the barbecue was none of that it was actually policy change achieve the share. The mayor at the time came out and they stood in front of about. About four hundred people that surrounded them altogether every three or four thousand people McAdams, but there was about four hundred or so people that surround it. And for ninety minutes it was Acuna and commitments, so policy change was committing to crisis intervention training will the chief committed to that and we're standing increase our officers, the chief committed to supporting a special prosecutor and police, excessive force or shootings. We weren't able to get the bill passed. The legislature is bold enough to do it yet. So what he did was workout in agreement with the sheriff's department, so WP's involved in excessive force or shooting the sheriff's department will investigate. He also committed to making improvements in the gang file. That message was lost, so that was all about policy change kind of what I was talking about earlier Sharia, and I think I just saw it on the news, or wherever and I think that's what came across rather than the main point with. Chief Ramsey. When did he was? He instated. Twenty sixteen. All of that happened his first year. Okay Yeah. I think people will be happy to hear that there are some of those policies in Wichita I'm as far as like. Extra investigations and stuff with an excessive force and that kind of thing, I? Think people will be happy to hear that I didn't know there is an emphasis on that right now. Oh Yeah Yeah. I mean. There was a lot of policy change that came out of that and he contended to make commitments, and that was why people like him this he said okay. We have an issue less fix that. Let's keep moving. And we've continued to see him. Try to shift the narrative around there. There was an issue of over policing northeast Wichita a look at all right. Let's go ahead. Focus on things that need to be focused on, but at the same time let's not harass folk, so if you're getting a house focus on that house, not everybody going up and down the block the absolutely. How has your experience with racism? I guess real quick. Are you from Wichita originally? Where did you grow up here? GonNa Rice, okay, so, what is your experience been with racism here in Wichita? I think I've seen it at every level for Tom I really noticed it I think was first grade. I was in class and. First grade spell in cat and dog and all of that stuff. My grandmother has a masters was a nurse Oh. I was kind of a little past that she made sure that so when we get in class I'd always have my hand up. I knew all the answers, and I had a white teacher. WHO Does wouldn't call or would tell me things were wrong. I was confused by that and finally figured out that there was an issue. My mom had to break down. That I was a smart young black kid. And that's not always accepted, and so I began to see it then. I saw it in school in. Various great well third through Fifth Grade I was a Buckner I had diverse teachers. We had a black principal so I didn't really experience anything buckner when I went to Jordan had Spanish teacher I had ninety. Ninety two percent that class a reassignment I had was an a figure it all of this stuff out in my report card and I had a F-. Tried to figure out. Why do I have enough and I went and you know told the teacher. That's not true. And she said it was and then my mom had to come up there and we. Handed out all the assignments because she kept them all right and said okay. So how does my son get an F. with all of these? As so they went back and fixed in the teacher I think got reprimanded, but you know that was that I got arrested at nineteen and the racial profile piece of that was it was assumed because I was wearing black jeans and the black and gray shirt. I was in a gang. And I was calling out brutality, and they basically told me if I didn't shut up. It would happen to me while I didn't and it did happen to me and I began to wonder what this happened to somebody else was doing. And the attorney had it became a judge later. He told me that day. He said you're black. You call it out something that you. Probably they wanted you to shut your mouth and if you fight this, they're going to harass you. When that was the same narrative, I was hearing from my friends about being harassed by WP, and it was the blackhawks because I have white friends I'd ride with cursing office around if they got pulled over and it was just hey, calm down, go home, chill out! But when it was us it wasn't that same type of deal to get out of the vehicle. What's going on? You guys doing drugs? So you start to see those types of things, and that's just a few instances that's not walking around I. Did an experiment at the mall when I was twenty one, so I like to wear my my normal genes in my polos. Now I will go to the mall and I was the older white folks kind of avoid me and kind of. Of stay away and or clinch their purse, so I go home and because I worked I was a professional. I. Go home and put my suit on and come back to the mall within twenty minutes. What's the same people and I get the Kinda cautious, but a smile or wave, so it's okay to be black when you have on the suit and tie, but when you're wearing a polo jeans or scary, for whatever reason and I've seen I've done that a couple times over. As interesting, did you ever did you ever share the results of that experiment with people in any aspect? At the time I did it to see it wasn't to prove a point to them, or and why and I think I was too young at the time to really go there I just noticed it if I was if I was to do it now might, but even then I just know racism is there so it's not always worth it for me to walk up to you and say hey. You didn't talk to me when I was wearing this. This, and now you're saying. Right. So did it did a lot of these experiences I'm assuming helped. Lead you to want to be on the city council then. Now you know I never wanted to be in public office. Doctor King has an idol of mine hero, and he changed the world without ever holding office, and that was one of the things that was in my head was I don't necessarily want to govern I. WanNa make sure that these types of things don't happen. Continue to happen to people as they were back then although has gotten better, it's still there. How can we continue temporal that it was at activism that had other people continue to me to think about running for office and I'd say no felt like I was to. and then finally you know the right people said it and I said I'll think about it, yeah. And being I was twenty nine when I announced. So I was still kind of young. Yeah but I got more support than I thought, and I think that just came from the years of Activism, and then when twenty seventeen came around, we made a bigger announcement and I'm here, but this was something I would have said some years ago. Note never been snow. Don't want to just want to work in the private sector somewhere. Yeah, for sure and I don't know if I mean it. Is Kinda early because next year's election, but are you planning on running again? It will just started talking about that with the team trying to reassemble everybody. Yeah, for sure. And let me just see. I had a few other questions at a little more detail that some people offered up I guess one question is. Are there besides kind of the step you mentioned? Are there what racial issues specific to Wichita are the most prevalent and what could be done to help? Make a change to those. That question really depends on who you ask so May. The focus is when you look at minority businesses and. Discrepancies there there's a lack of access to funding lack of relationships with banks, and we saw when pandemic hits which once in a lifetime, but not having that access to. And SBA really hurt opportunities to get P P P funding from Congress so trying to fix that. When you look at the revenue, disparities white businesses make more than black and brown businesses, and people can look then say poppulation, but some of the same businesses doing the same thing. Just don't have the same access. Urban Renewal was a big issue with that in the black community, so one thirty five split the black community, but that's where the business hub was once that happened to kill businesses because people can just drive over instead of going through there, maybe stopping at a business shopping like in other parts of town like Delano. Delano, you drive through and say hey, there's a pizzas spite. Let me go to it. Yes, so those things are happening. That's a really big discrepancy. There's health disparities when you look at six seven, two, one four, the asthma rates in Wichita will you think about the highway being narrow those gases coming off in the community food deserts lack of access to fresh produce. You have all these health disparities building up in what area and we don't focus enough efforts and at areas well when you. You look at spending government spending part of my campaign was talking about the lack of spending in black and brown communities in lower income communities, so I went bigger than rice at that point, and making sure that it's equitable, and not in the sense of every council district should get the same, but thinking about East West and downtown that had all this investment both private and public What about these core areas really need that infrastructure investment infrastructure improvements in approved parks and things like that. There's discrepancies in different areas. My focus is the thing is i. just talked about to make sure that we have that equitable spending model, so we can get more investment in areas. Dillon with health disparities, trying to get grocery stores, and then trying to empower minority owned businesses on businesses because again i. just believe if you focus on where you have weak links strength, the knows you strengthen everything. Yeah. Geographically. What what is district one? That you cut just wants pretty big so. There's some squiggly lines all just give you the mainstream the fifty third street to the north. the western border for the most part is one thirty five once you get down to. About seventeen street or nineteenth street, you go down to Washington. And then Washington down to Douglas between Douglas on Kellogg. At Washington down to the rivers, district wide, and then going out south, you go down to Mount Vernon. And then the eastern borders were. It's tricky, so. There's hillside for part. And then, at Kellogg, it goes up to would lan, and then there's would line going around east borough. And then when you get to about between I twenty nine, th street at edges towards rock, wrote Iraq road all the way out to Belair, and it was bel air to fifty third street. Okay, and it's kind of curious on that one question we had was Are there any policies that we could implement which I? Think it might help. I mean they all ties together, but the businesses and everything, but specifically to curb against what somebody called white flight, and kind of the natural separation of races into black neighborhoods in white neighborhoods. Is there any type of policy that could implement to help something like that? And it's a really good question. That's something that we might have to look into to see only thing I could think of. Is You kind of get into that whole It's not negative. Justice your freedom to live you want. If people move into your neighborhood and you want to move out now. It's something to look at pattern, wise and and I also experienced that my mother and I moved into a neighborhood back in ninety five. this actual house where in right now and the neighborhood was pretty much wide, except for us and one other neighbor over about ten years, it became more people of color here, so black and Brown. And and figured out why me, you know. We kept our yard up and everything. The street was nice and clean. Nothing changed. We weren't out loud music or anything. Notice people even. Sure. Are there any I guess what are some possible hindrances to positive change for minority communities. Is that like resources money volunteers Somebody's asking that and. has there been any efforts to seek assistance from private charitable organizations like churches or anything like that? Yeah. All of those things are needed a lot of the issue though becomes if this opposition to say that we're looking for handouts, and we don't have issues, and when we try to break it down well, you know you're free. We've had a black president. You don't you're not impressed with what you want. And it's like okay, we hear you. That's not true, but hear you at the same time. Historically were playing. CATCH UP! Catch from red line and we're playing. Catch up from the new deal which excluded black folks and that started to build generational wealth, and people haven't been able to really comprehend that a poor white person and a black person of the poor white person still has more privileged than US black person. If you to go I, guess benefit of the doubt that white person will likely get the benefit of the doubt. So it's the hardest part is just talking through that and then when you get through that, then people begin to understand some of the other things, but yes, we need help from churches, but even with our churches, sometimes they don't have the most funding, and under the most connected I think the biggest search we have this black saint mark's United Methodist Church, but that doesn't compare it to central Christian Church, which is huge on twenty, ninth and Whatnot Rock Road So. You just start looking at those things and there's different disparities grants come in federal funding CDBG should be going to lower income areas and communities of color, and trying to make sure those investments happen, but the truth saying to lift everybody up. Is just financial empowerment and again it's not like the handout, but it's making sure that renters have access to funding to buy a home instead of renting. Can take you through area district one where you have people renting. The House is falling apart, but because of their credit or some type of issue in their background they don't qualify for a loan or the debt to equity ratios. But Habitat for humanity can build a house for you and you might pay five thirty a month to own that house, but you're renting a piece of garbage for seven fifty right, but because of lack of access to funding, you can't own a house which they into something you can borrow against later like everyone else so there's a lot of complex issues there that we need to work through, but it really is just setting people up to have that hand up. Not a hand, we're not saying give everybody fifty thousand dollars, but it's. How can I empower you to have things that you can borrow against later or pass down to your kids understand what life insurance is. A lot of folks gotta start because a parent pass and they was able to get twenty five to fifty thousand dollars where they can use that to start a business at least stay afloat, so it's those types of things that are necessary. Yeah, absolutely. one thing I wanted to talk about so at the rally. You mentioned you kind of had a challenge for everybody and quote. The stuck in my mind was This rallies great a good step but one. You're sick of coming happening to go to these rallies under those circumstances. But one of your was, but we still have work to do. and so I guess actionable items or actual steps, not just for the black community, but boy, white community or non black allies What are some actionable steps? We can take I think. We're afraid to ask what those steps are to help. Or maybe we want to help or not vocal about it. What are some of those steps? So so there's a few things I'll start with the politics, so we'd take the partisanship out of. It doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or Republican. If these are issues, you care about you, talk to the people that represents you in the folks running to represent you and you. Let's say You want to see a hate crime bill because we don't have one in Kansas. While you would ask that person you know who whoever they are, I wanna see hate-crime-legislation. Is that something you'll stand with? And you get farm with them and say if you don't support this type of item. I won't vote for you even if it's your favorite person. so I tell people that use me if it's something that we need to do and I say no, then odd shouldn't get your. And it to me. It's it's that simple and having those conversations, and if they need education around that, then talking to them about your experience, and why you care, while you're passionate and CNN where they are the other challenges, anybody running for the state legislature right now, who's already an incumbent so a rap or senator? They're all up for reelection. They have the ability to pre file legislation this year right now. They don't have to be in session so if it's something that we need. Need and we do need high-crime legislation. We need to look at a possible statewide ban on Choko. Some of the demands of cities received that you see out there then we should be demanding that right now. The people run into represents and the candidates as well. Will they do it when they get into office? So that we can see it happening in making sure this stuff happens because it's a continual conversation, we can go back over the years and see how many time representative vinny. Vinny has introduced a body cam bill just to have access to that footage or harm legislation I think been proposed six or seven times, but it just doesn't get out of committee, so we have the whole. Those folks accountable. The other thing is having conversations with one another about why our minds our hearts and our eyes have been opened, so if there's an experience that has impacted you begin to talk to your friends about it and understand it's hard work, because not everybody gets how. How serious it is right. I had a teammate that you know we play Footba we back then with maybe talk about not seeing color always have because I've experienced it. But on the field those guys are my brothers. And then I just made this comment one day when the gentlemen and Oklahoma was killed by law enforcement, he had his hands up. They later tried to say you know he was on different drugs and stuff. That part doesn't matter if his hands up neighbors cooperating. Know after he's killed that what he's on is an important and I made a comment that we can walk around with our hands up and compliance. They'll die, and that individual reached out, and said you know what I used to not listen to that I didn't believe it, but now witnessed it, and I'm sorry and I want to say it anymore. And, so it's it's just having those conversations. I encouraged him to talk to other people about that, but as you talk through these things this if you get out of the some of the divisions that are naturally there, even if you get out of a Sam black lives, matter and you just think. Is it okay for the one gentleman who had a autistic client he was sitting next to. Was it okay that an officer shot him? If that answers. Yes, we need to keep talking about kind of your value system because he shouldn't have been shot, you know. Is it okay that? and that same circumstance you have somebody who goes into a church and kills nine people, but he's arrested peacefully. He can get Burger King and he can go await trial, so this is a country that believes in justice and the justice system. Keep these people alive to go through court and have their day in court. It's just having those different conversations, but the most powerful testimony is the one that changed you. And say that to everybody so if your eyes are open, have that, but also understand your friends and family may not agree you may lose friends. You may have family that may not talk to you. That may be uncomfortable and it sucks, but it still doesn't compare to the treatment that black people get in this country. So as it is for you in the moment, just think every day somebody might be looking at you. Different might have a judgment. Judgment against you if you get pulled over, are you nervous because as a city council member? If I got pulled over I'm not when police gave behind me to this day I'm looking like man in my in my speed in something wrong you know I might have a cigar, so my car will be targeted as as marijuana like these. Go through my mind today at thirty four so I don't know a lot of people who are white or Who are white. who think like that? I man a all right. I'm getting pulled over. What is your your irritate me. Hold me up. You know we don't have that luxury, so yeah. The uncomfortableness of having those conversations is a really powerful step because it opens you up, and then other thing is the talk through some of this. Look at the data talk. Talk to people like your dorm right now with me and have these conversations, but also understand not every black person really wants to talk about this because we live it every day, and honestly even this week I'm went through a couple of days. I didn't care to talk about it at all by. This was just an experience. I have this weight on me. So I'm just getting back into space where I can because so many people WanNa talk about it, but his talking through these issues, seeing the historical context of it, and then trying to figure out what policy changes can happen, but also truly recognized an not anti law enforcement. The stuff that we're talking about it truly is is having a better department and I guess last, lastly when black people argue for change, it benefits everybody, so we got to a point where we're banding chokehold. So that means the white person won't get a Tokyo, if we talk about The escalation techniques while that means a white person will have de escalation techniques used on them instead of buffets, so the things arguing for benefit everybody, but we highlighted the spared. The black people have to try to get those tanks. Yeah but as as very powerful, just a lot in that and I have to go back and re listen to. That was good At any. Hour just yeah, like you said I've never had to worry about. Getting pulled over or any interactions with police and I think that's again. Just some of that white privilege that we don't even have to deal with it. And then another point was like you said You're getting kind of worn out from some of these conversations, which I think is good that people are reaching out to you to have these conversations, but I heard other people say. Say to it's exhausting, and it's almost none of the word, but that white people have the privilege to educate themselves about this rather than you who've had to live this for thirty four years, and I think but I do think again it's gotTa start somewhere and I and I really appreciate you coming onto hobbies, conversations a couple more quick questions that I had I guess one of which it's. It may seem like a simple question almost but I think. Some people are again afraid to ask, but like black. Where African American is there. A preference doesn't matter. Do you have a preference of which are called? I don't care and it's kind of generational, so the background on it for some people in an say. When an elder said to me, they like African American because it's still root shoot Africa, but also shows you're in American and I used to say that, but I went more to black because of the history of it. So what folks don't know is in slavery There were records of slaves and where they came from. And what kind of help you trace your genealogy. Some of those those were kept when slavery was there because they wanted to know you know. Maybe they had their own reasoning for and then when you get into more of the reconstruction, and you get into some of us being free. Of these records were kept black churches within those black churches get bombed. Burn down and part of that believe was the reason so then we lose our history, so I can't tell you right now. Where in Africa we came from sure or at least my family I can tell you I know that we are descendants of that, but maybe we came from another part of Africa that that I'm not aware of my grandmother was actually one generation. My Great Grandmother was one generation slavery. And, so she actually worked half, thank her parents were slaves, and somehow they were able to get their freedom which laid into my grandmother. and down to us, but I don't know where we came from rain. There's no record of it. Those records have been destroyed so for me. I'm black I refer to myself as black. If somebody calls me African American I don't care, but there's a distinction I think between the younger generation like forty, and under an older generation on black African American but I don't think he will offend anybody by saying African American. Just still they correct you. If you say black, some people might get upset by that share. I do have a friend. A friend of mine high school married a black girl here in town and shoes mentioning something. Her Dad told her when somebody asked him. Do you prefer Black african-american? He said I prefer to be called me by blink. His name which I think is where we need to head, but again there's cases where you need to say so I. Guess More Question I had was so there's obviously like the black lives matter movement, and that's the verge behind it, and then some people kind of have the they reply with all matter. What is your normal response? I've seen some. Kind of good cartoons, little stories that explain that, but what is your response to that? All lives matter response. Normally I ask. When did that start and normally I? Don't get a response and I tell people didn't start until folks, black lives, matter, and what it is a negative contradictory response to that to try to say well, every life is important and what we just say back because we know that, but the problem is here with black lives easier to things going on and. And it's not been acknowledged, so we want to focus on this right now. The other thing that we've seen is there's a counter to to when people bring out this false. Compare some black on black crime. Crime is proximate, so if you look at white on white crime, it's like eighty. Three eighty percent black on black crime is about the same bear dare to. Venture to say Latino crime is the same. I haven't looked at it yet. But that's proximate, and it has nothing to do with what black lives matter was started around. And the often also we've into that. We're also fighting violence in our community as well and at that point, we don't say black lives or anything we say. How do we reduced shootings? How do we reduce violence? How do we reduce domestic violence and we're working on that? But then we also highlight the disparities when you talk about black lives, matter and the fact that families don't get justice when things happen because they have to black folks John and Brandon, one of them kill each other and say John Keel Brandon. John's going to do pretty quickly. But if officer Brandon Kills John Officer Bryant is getting a paid vacation, and then we'll be back on the forest, and then that families like, but what about us? We don't get anything we don't. We don't even get a financial settlement is just we lose? Our loved one, and that's it right, so a lot of that is just talking through what it means. A black lives matter man focused on that disparity. Okay, yeah I agree percent I just have one more question. Just respect your time. But what? What does which Tom Mean to you I? Ask this question everybody, but what is Wichita mean to you? Everything it's it's an opportunity. You know I had a chance to leave a couple of times once for college, and then another time I considered you know. Maybe I should leave. Wichita didn't see opportunity for myself. FOR PEOPLE TO COLORADO AND CNN real, upward mobility here, friends of mine left, and you know I was making I think twenty, two thousand a year at the time I had a friend leave and started making a hundred thousand pretty quickly so. You know we need to look at one how we can. I guess expected that Opportunity Everywhere, but to me. Wichita is that so I? See a chance that we can actually mold that here. Yeah, and I think that it's more tangible than it has been in the past. We think we're on the cusp of doing some really great things, and so for me wichitas opportunity it means some real potential to change, and I think we'll just lead the country, because even like we did with the barbecue, even though it wasn't the right narrative we lit that made nationwide news that we sat down to talk together the thing that was missed out with just the policy change, so yeah to me Wichitas Opportunity Right now. I agree What where can people find you social media on twitter where you active on social media, people can get contact with you. Yeah, twitter's at B Johnson ICT. Instagram that Johnson ICT facebook. My public page is facebook dot com slash Johnson for Wichita. If you're on there, you can just look councilman. Brandon Johnson and my private page or my personal page is opened as well but I met my friend capacity on there, and that's Brandon Jay, Johnson. But Yeah I'm on all of those. I'm on link in as well I can't remember my link and name, but look Brad Johnson I'll pop. And I will definitely share all that stuff if to reach out to you and has questions. I'm all pointing towards you and I hope this open. Some is in Wichita and helps educate people where they can get started, but really appreciate you coming on and having the conversation. Thank you I'm happy to come back again. Probably busy over the next two weeks trying to respond to these protests, but once we get through this and started trying to get some tangible together. definitely come back and we conversation absolutely I'd love to have. Again. Art Thank you. Thank you again to everyone that listen to this episode of the podcast. If you enjoyed, please rate, review our podcast on whatever happens. You have any recommendations. Please reach out at Wichita life ICT AT DOT com. Thanks again.

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NPR News Now

04:39 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 01-20-2020 11PM ET

"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Shay Stevens. Senate Majority Leader Mitch. McConnell has disclosed the rules for the impeachment trial of President Trump beginning tomorrow under a resolution released tonight house impeachment. Managers will have twenty four hours to make opening statements within two days. Sixteen hours is being set. Aside for questioning of both legal teams and any vote on allowing witnesses to testify would be delayed until next week. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is expressing outrage after reading McConnell's resolution. It's clear McConnell is hell bent on making it much more difficult to get witnesses and documents and intent ten on rushing the trial through a Justice Department. Legal Opinion released today by the White House says the trump administration officials were free to disregard subpoena sent by house impeachment. Investigators last all the memo says the subpoenas were sent before the full House formerly authorized. The Pro Amtrak says it's dropping plan the charts to weakest chair users. Twenty five thousand dollars for a short train ride in Illinois as NPR's Joseph Shapiro. Reports critics say the company's reversal doesn't go far enough Amtrak says it will make space for two wheelchair users headed from Chicago to the station and Bloomington Normal Illinois. The cost of a regular ticket is sixteen dollars. But Amtrak said it didn't have enough space on the train for a group of wheelchair riders. And that it would cost twenty five thousand dollars to reconfigure the Railcar L. Car Amtrak responded after. NPR reported the extra charge and after us. Senator Tammy Duckworth asked for a meeting with Amtrak. CEO Richard Right Anderson. Both the senator and the writers say Amtrak's answer doesn't go far enough because it doesn't address whether it will charge such high prices in the future Joseph Shapiro. NPR news events were held across the nation today in observance of the Martin Luther King Junior holiday from member station K.. M. Mu W in Wichita Kansas Carla echoes reports on an MLK breakfast featuring spiritual songs that the civil rights leader admired arise which stands for African Americans renewing interest in spiritual kicked out the king recognition breakfast with songs dating dating back to the one thousand nine hundred president. Sharon CRANFORD says king enjoyed spirituals including Jesus is awry. And we just feel like Dr King Fill these songs. It's meant something to our people. They not only had messages but they had strength. And we need that today. Which does city council member Brandon Johnson? Johnson told the crowd king wanted America to be true to what it said on paper and that he fought to make sure that we all have equal rights we were treated equitably not despair equitable support for NPR news. I'm Carla Ethel's in Wichita and from Washington you're listening to NPR news. Thousands of protesters gathered in the Virginia State capital today for what turned out to be a peaceful demonstration against pending gun control measures from Richmond. NPR Viewer Serra Mckinnon reports that the activists are vowing to continue their fight. Tensions have been high this year with Democrats newly in control of the state legislature and poised to pass new gun restrictions. Sion's in response to events like a deadly mass shooting in Virginia Beach. Last May colpepper county. Sheriff Scott Jenkins told the crowd he would deputize thousands of gun owners in an effort to get around any new gun laws and suggested other should do the same. And it's those constitutional offices of Sheriff and Commonwealth's Attorney in each of your counties. They can be the vinyl wine that says no encroachment on your Second Amendment Rights. We will have our citizens arm. Governor Northern declared a state of emergency in response response to reports that militant extremist groups. Were planning to come for the event but the day passed without serious violence Saruman. NPR News Richmond. Hundreds of Central American Arken migrants have waited across a river from Guatemala to southern Mexico. Some scuffled with the National Guardsmen while others slip through lines and reached a highway where immigration officials shawls tried to detain them. Most remain at the river's edge or in the water authorities say a fourth portion has died in an outbreak of new corona virus in China As more places stepped up medical screening travellers from the country as it enters its busiest travel period. The increase control measures followed a sharp rise in the number of infections. I more than two hundred on Asian market shares are lower down two percent in Hong Kong. I'm Shay Stevens N._P._R.. News in Washington.

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Rise the Boats

Harmontown

1:55:07 hr | 2 years ago

Rise the Boats

"Howdy gang has a gun. Check check one two two. Good. It was quite right. Are we can even be right? Okay. Hello, Dr writer, once again grant fashion partner town is now in session freak out. We have spent her, but don't think of as losing. Winter is gaining Brandon Johnson. Whatever. Thank you so much for having and Jeff Davis. You look good. Why don't we bring the mayor of town dad harbor? Doobie? Yeah. I had one note. I got mad because I. I'm recreationally house hunting and this'll be. Sympathetic bit. People love this. I just looking around for houses. And I don't like it. Went to a house in. They're like, hey, welcome to the open house, and like you can either take off your shoes or you can put on these special surgical shoes. Like, your Mark Wahlberg about to shoot. Like somebody in the departed. That I'm never buy in your house. Fuck you. Take off my shoes is it a house or not? But houses, a giant shoe houses, Shouf or your life? If you buy the house, you get to decide who was shoe, and who doesn't, but I just bad Mohammed sage can you burn to get rid of the fucking foot Afo that lives there. Do you wanna buy a house? They didn't give a fuck about people with their feet all over the place in a word. Yeah. I guess I I don't I don't want that Mo-jo like because that to me says that. Welcome to the house. Maybe you'd like to take off your shoes or put on special booties that to me says we hit all the bodies in the attic. Extra-special attention put into dishonesty. Look, we're not getting off on the right foot. I know you are because I'm gonna tell you coming to your house. And I'm you know, let's say you have a use Bentley. Right. And it's a hundred and fifty thousand you pay two hundred four right? If I want to sit in that motherfucker with mud on my feet about two hundred and fifty right? So if you're about to buy a house. Yeah. You might wanna walk in that you might say, I don't even know if this is comfortable and less I got mud on my feet. I think you're picking up what I'm layin down. Buying some Shiva should be able to use it as I would you? You want me to live in the shade? Or you want me to you want it to be less dirty for the next person might live in it. Fuck you made a mud I'm gonna live in your house. Fucking Dan Harmon. I never asked me to take my shoes off it's gonna make you house. More dirty, by the way. You think my shoes are fucked up. You should see my socks. You know, what you deserve. It comes my shoes off anyways. Let's get things on a more. I want to win the audience back. I feel bad for Liam Niessen. That's a great way to with an audience back. What are you my jokes agent? Yes. I get ten percent. Represent the Joe you're like making 'cause this this. There's a joke over here. What was his angle? What was he trying to? He was coming clean about the fact Mostert he was I think part part of me is like I won't click on any of the shit because it feel like my general sort of like the internet's awful and all this stuff. But as far as, but I also don't think it's one of the stories you gotta do your research. I would I believe that he was probably doing an interview. I think he kind of like I've done a lot of interviews. And and when you're on a roll, maybe you've taken extra milligram of Adderall. And maybe you're at Comecon and your like someone's like pumping you up being like. Yeah. But seriously, why is Rick and Morty so genius? And you're like this person got can do no wrong. I want to try to explain myself. And and I think he he he sidled into a confession about how crazy he was forty years ago. Forty years. Ago. And this is all of our mistake is twice the median age of the people that control the planet. So none of them are ever going to go. Oh, well, I get it. They're like this is my this is my real as Asian. This is both my terror and my resignation. Like, if you lived your life on the internet, as I have you are now, you have laid down a paper trail like a landscape of you being a terrible person from the age of zero to forty six. Now today's ten year old is who's born on the internet. And I say this out of sympathy today's children because they have to have thirty five Instagram account. So that their parents can't watch them go through puberty. I I can't imagine what it's like to be twenty today being. But also the problem is they're twenty and they're going like what forty years ago you racist. That's crazy. But it's like everything forty years ago is crazy you you? You weren't born. Telling us story about like how fucked up he was so long ago. I look I Dan Harmon goes to bat for Liam niece and fuck off. I I want us to style destroying each other. I want I want the cloud that we're becoming. I don't think any individuals becoming a worse person to not tell that story. If that happened. That's the biggest tragedy of all the answers because he felt comfortable and he wanted to confess what do you wanna confessed in? It'd be great. Wouldn't it? Supposed to stand here and say from now on forget it I. I. Every night. I go to bed. I'm like, what am I doing this for? Up and down the answers to keep a gun out of my mouth. Because if I don't talk my mind into a microphone it bounces around inside my skull. And it's going to get worse and worse and worse, am I doing this for me? And for other people, I don't even know anymore. I know that the day, I quit. I it'll be I can't quit tomorrow. Because it'll be Dan Harmon quits podcast in dustup over Liam Niessen star. No, wait until it's gas prices. Now. Now, we have one more year of these ads. Yeah. I mean, I still waiting 'til. It's. I look, man. I I don't think there's anything that any individual can do because I think that every individual's actually a good person. I the thing that I'm going through right now, I told my therapist all the time. Like, I hate everyone except for anyone I need I hate. But none of us are meeting each other. I just like I hate what we've become. I hate the cloud. I hate this collective behavior. And I said it before like when the when the weatherman was accidentally said the wrong word thing like expressed the sentiment of like out of sympathy for actually the people that get outraged all of whom I believe I give them credit as an American like, I they don't want the power over. Whether someone gets fired if you and I are a smoke break out in the sidewalk what we wanna do is talk shit about Liam Nason. We wanna like we don't want a fucking drone to monitor. What? We say, and then take it to his publicist and affect his career. We want to be able to with all of our primate hearts going dhows fucked up. I didn't like that. I don't like what he said. That's the thing about this. We want to be able to wake up the next day and go. Yeah. I was talking to let a shit. I don't know what the fuck I'm talking about. I need to read about it. That's a human trait. If you level the playing field, though, you can get away with whatever you want. What do you mean? I mean, what makes it difficult is that he spoke about a group of people who were disenfranchised, but if you lift all the boats with the old tied, then you can talk shit about every I still don't know what you mean. I know. I want. I wanna know. I wanna know literally. It's like I love a good black joke. If it's super funny because the super funny has lifted the tide because you are a craftsman who has made a wonderful joke even at my own expense. Something that I love to laugh at myself. Right. That's cool. We're not cool. If broke his fuck, and you're pointing at me as you make the joke. So what we want is a world where I can talk shit about women and Jews and gays because women Jews and gays or doing so fucking. Well, that even they're like a little weird. How's that? Like, Mr Nielson was like making this confession. He's saying like forty years ago. He so didn't want it was that phrase for sure my alliterative, and it was like click -able, and it was like wish you say my name with bastard behind to my face. If you say black in front of that, you kind of San my name because I like to go with black Brandon, some days, black friend. Glac? Got a brand new suit combining. But that's the game the game is if you lift everybody up, you can do whatever the fuck you. Yes. I joke should always be funny. If you're gonna tell a racial joke. The only rule is it has to be they can't you can't lower the status of the target. If if it's funny that the person's black or Jewish or a woman or whatever and they still win. That's a fun joke. I'm assuming we're supplying we're using the joke thing as template because like what we understand his jokes. And we know that he wasn't making a joke. But he was. It does it does apply like a rubbing from joke to confession because in his confession. He's still he didn't lift up while he kind of. Humanizing? There's a joke. I made on TV once that was aired. It was a funny joke of the time. If I could go back in time I would race that from memory because it was not a joke. One of those aren't you adorable? I'm thinking of one particular. Okay. And if it was funny at the time, if I told the joke today, I think it would be horrible. And also, I'm sad that I said once a long time ago, and like could we all retract thousand things that we said, absolutely. I think that's how I maybe I'm unique in that. I've I've air assault myself from the age of twenty three going look at me. Look at me look at me every shit. I take every thought I think and so every breath you take I all darkness in all of the time in all what I could get away with at the time. It's so much misogyny so much racism so much so much unfashionable thought in a world where it's moving so quickly. I I am absolutely biased. I haven't agenda when I call for forgiveness. Like, we've lost our shame on the internet, which is a good thing because so much shame needed to be law. Lost. It was being used to bring hold so many people back, but we've also lost our grace, maybe lost forgiveness. We I mean, we are just recreationally and collectively hurting each other. It's not there's no call to action because I don't think you or you or you or you or you any individual. I don't think anyone's actually becoming a bad person. I think that we're evolving into a collective organism. That is doing some terrible thing vote chosen a life where we all want everyone to Harris, they have to hear us be our worst at all times to and then we have to learn to shut up. Like, we're asking for followers, and we're happy every time we get more followers, but we're bummed out. Every time everybody hurt us fart or burp or say something like that. We should have thought twice before we said, do you recall? How did you? How did you? Did you receive clear it's not the forty years ago that he was racist. It was the current bastard. So one of the things that all speech. We don't mind if you say black hero black big dick don't say black parent. Don't say black bad. Don't don't do that. Had he not sit bastard is each said black dudes would have been on his that's getting really specific. Because. Did you super specific like the way? He 'cause I'm imagining it again, I'm refusing to click and now and yet I'm going like everyone. Let's just love each other. But like heat, but he surely was characterizing himself as an unreliable narrator. No, he wasn't saying that word you're saying just like come on. If you don't know how to navigate those waters in general because you say Adderall Comecon say too, many interviews tired telling stories getting too casual and he was just like after my friend got raped a went out, and I wanted to kill the first black bastard that I saw and I went looking for is the problem. That's like is that something happened to someone you knew and it caused to be predatory when the reality is if that were true clean this theater out. Except for great. That's a really interesting that you think like he let down. That's what I think his guard and was like almost humble bragging about it. Like how he got into character. Interesting. Really interesting. I tell you one thing we're gonna bring our guest he's been waiting too long, and and the gentleman Liam Neeson's the. Liam Neeson impression. Do you wanna apologize for? There's no we're not doing that joke. It's not it won't help anybody. Joke is obviously I get it their biological killing machines. It's not we're not connecting those dots. I I'm gonna tell you in advance until the end of my career, which is obviously going to be shortly given that it goes back to shit that you've already done. I'm going to continue to absolutely no mistake that I am in the kind of like that. It's not the it's not the way to win a popularity contest. Like, I'm gonna go with my heart. And I'm gonna continue to side with the person the individual who is currently at that point walking the plank. I don't care how bad I I'm not I figure if they're out on the plank like I just wanna feel bad for them. Like, I don't care what they've done. I think that maybe a lot of projection on my part when I'm just like I I spent so much time like I just feel like I've always been that guy. And I I didn't get this far too. Like, I don't wanna I don't wanna like like poke people off of that plank. If they're there. Walking it for a reason, then they're walking off of it. But anyways. I wanted to say one one thing to you, sir. You. Before we bring our guest out because I. Spencer dropped out. And and God loves. I was thinking about the Liam Niessen thing. Putting on my me undies, which are three times softer than cotton. And I was having this internal monologue in my head. I started thinking about the Michael Richards thing and the weird turning point in the Michael Richards thing for me, am I swear I'm not being hyperbolic about the personalization of this. I remember distinctly because this podcast is so goddamn old. I remember carrying them. The Michael Richards thing into Harmon town at meltdown, and I remember talking to you and damore JR. About it lately. Talking about it and the green room and both of you guys. Like, Maya piffle was like I was coming and going could you fuck in believe this and the two of you basically going? Yeah. In a way that was like. Yeah. That's the world we live in and it flipped my magnetic poles because that's important. That's why I bring this shit up tube. Like, what is your hot take? Do. You remember clicking on this Liam Neeson thing and helped me parse it because as a middle aged white guy, I'm going to be like they're trying to take our rights away. Last real quick thing. Is that remember that? He kisses violet so hard in that movie recently camera with the name of it is. And there is there is this thing that black celebrities are saying, which is you know, he can't be racist because he is very intimate with in this movie. So I do think that that was way back in the day. And then he does work on himself. And then he probably isn't racist says he doesn't know how to tell the story to the press. Okay. One more thing. And then we'll bring our guest out. Racism is it's a fucking like it's not it's not a blood type. It's it's a phenomenon right? It's like it's like it's like. Wins. You can't Iraq. Kate it by finding people with it and burning them, you may be could state a purpose. You can stay mission statement, I'm against influenza. It goes so running I'm gonna kill you. But if you genuinely against the principle, you should accept that. It's fucking everywhere. Just rise the boats if we all do that part that went off the world shit. We need to do to prepare for it to deal with it starting out. Breezing? The boats. Racism is a spectrum. It's like it's a sociological phenomenon. It happens because it'll happen until the day race stops that you're severely underestimating the people that it affects I bring let's let's bring gas to get get deeper and either more or less podcast worthy. I don't know. He's our new friend. He's he's he's sort up the charts. He's currently resided in Portland. But if if. Has their way. He'll. Won't be in Portland for much longer. Please welcome Muhannad, El shaking. Twenty. One savage. Free twenty one. Hey, thank you. Yeah. It is working. Yeah. Good. All right, you from Libya Benghazi. Yeah. Which until I researched you this morning been Ghazi was like a made up word we use to Hillary Clinton. I wish it was actually a city lit is. It is a city labia. It's where I lived sometimes feel. I want to start there because you're like the immigration equivalent of like starstruck. Because I don't think I've ever known someone that had a Silom for all the talk. We do about asylum, and I wanna talk so much about that. But tracing it, but first let's just wanna picture because you're growing up in part of a gigantic blind spot for me. Childhood and Libya. You can be comedic tragic, sad, whatever. Oh, I mean. I mean, honestly, this is a funny question is asking because a lot of people like one day. Imagine my child in Libya. Do always go to like a war zone. Totally. To tell you what I would picture, but you can imagine. I'll tell you the picture the pictures like me being a child soldier is being like, I'm gonna offend my mom goes backgrounds where the road is the same color as the building. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. You can't tell no. I mean my child who was like chill. The neighborhood. Look like if it didn't look like that like what my fucking first world legs xenophobic images. What does it look like like the munsters neighborhood? There's cleavers editor what reference to drive I look around the land. There was like some houses that we had looked like the same. I mean destruction was like more like kind of different because his war. We don't have houses like built. I don't know how to describe it the material here that people usually it's more like cement, kind of like very like this is how I would describe it like, you know, when when I was when it when it was going up like when I see like someone gets angry on TV, they punch show wall, and they get through it can't do that. Yeah. You punch a wall. That's it dead. Cement block kind of exactly. Yes. A lot of fifty anyway house growing up, and then there would be these dents where you found a stud. And that's why people like they were super anguish. Like, even you can't even punch a wall. There you start a war. That's what you do. When did you leave Libya, I left Libya in two thousand fourteen? So I was twenty three when I left came straight to allay or Portland, Portland. Yeah. Yeah. So initially came on an exchange program. It was supposed to be for six weeks. This is what this is like fuel for me is statements. I'm going to say for white people night firm of nightmare fuel for me. You were a special kid smart. Bright air like I'm like. Defying with you like your fourteen you're in Benghazi. You're like people are probably coming up to you and going like, hey, you're funny like like, talk and talk, and you become you become an exchange student while you're here here being America. You are you getting texts or emails? This is the story leading to your question. Oh, yeah. Facebook messages from from. Saying yes. So I mean, like when I moved here, I was twenty three. And the program was like six weeks to hold program that was it was important that university and acid. The program was done. I was supposed to go back to Libya that was the whole plan like. Like even pack enough like staying a year or so. And then I was like getting messages from my family and stuff. We like, hey, give you some background back home. When the when the war started the revolution, the eight spring in two thousand eleven. Lady countries. Like we like the Libyans down the government. There was like no government anymore, and it was kind of like everything like very mixed up and was an used to work as as an interpreter. This is what I did. I used to take like mostly like journalists and stuff I used to take him to the front lines. When you were a kid. I was yeah. I was twenty Oso and you had such a facility ready. Like, I don't want to derail this asylum story. Also, that's different fascinating story like your bio pic? I don't understand any polyglot. Like, I don't understand how anybody speaks multiple languages. But to be twenty how do you? Let's just go ahead and derail and talk about that job that happened. Yeah. I mean, I mean this was never a job like this. I want to do because the war started out of nowhere out of the Senate. It probably doesn't pay. Well, and it sounds like something that may. Pay a single for it. But you, but she scammed at someone came to us a little bit was that. Skim is like a finders fee? You interpret for somebody. And then they tip you. And then you're like I'm supposed to share this with the other. And I was dumb enough to be like, I'm doing this for my country. And now, I'm like, I should have got him money for this shit. But can you take me to the moment? When who who who is the harbinger of this gig? You are the moment where you go from regular guy with no troubles to to being an interpreter. Yes. So I used to work in a school English as a second language so the approach second. Yeah. The world. I'm sorry. Second second, bec- Arabic is better. Just find it. Looks more beautiful when in Rome, I guess that's true. Yeah. Libya branches called me out on this habit. I have cast to white a net. While I ask somebody meaningful question. And then I fucking. Questions are great. A love them. It's the interjections. It's it's kind of like it's about me. You give me more time to think. And I appreciate okay good. Yeah. All right. So reliable de school. K like do you have people for us that would be interested in doing that and my manager approach meals? Like, would you like to do hell? Hell, yeah. Because you're a kid. Well, I'm the person who owned this cool. Your school had a manager. No, no. It wasn't my school. I when I was twenty I was teaching English. Oh, yeah. I was I was an employee at that. Speak arabic. You learned English fluently. What? Like seven and what else you speak, like, French English Arabic. So you became a teacher teaching English as a second land and your your boss like the vice principal of the school. Yeah. Yeah. To do that. And the was like, yeah. Are these guys that are out front? Hear your bosses come up with the clip on time. Okay. You get a real handle on English teaching it asking you to work for the embassy or for like that was before the embassy. That was just like, hey, we have these journalists who are coming here to you covered the revolution. And doing like everyone like from ABC, whatever it was like we need someone to take them to do. Reputation like the front actually not even it sounds like like you said for my country exam journalists. Exactly, yeah. Would love to help. Because like at the time. It was like a week when the revolution star like woods. It was like, no news coverage happening old and no one outside of Newell more awareness via bad thing. Exactly. So when these people came with. I like everyone outside to know what's happening. And I want them to capture that correctly. Because like we're going around to city asking people people were not speaking that was so they take whatever they is that they say. Indiana Jones, like you're finishing writing dog on the blackboard. There's a girl blinking. I love you written. I love you is under eyelids. And then your boss goes like some government guys CNN guys wanna you in like, and you're like God damn it. This is such a romantic adventures job. Exactly. I was like so excited that time like, oh, I'll take them the frontlines. Sounds exciting. And when we driven a while, and we got in there and do an area where they're like, you can't go cross this line because this is the actual like fighting happening and journalists across the line. Let's do that. Yeah. So I take them. And I mean there were some moments. What is just like sometimes just like, oh, easy job asking soldiers and the like, and then there's other times we like everyone running and you have no idea. What's what you running away from? And was just keep going until like hide behind like something. I don't know. What's happening? Yeah. At that time were you like there's good guys back guys. And I'm just like at the time. They were good guys bad guys. We knew who the bad guy. Why was but in a year after that, it was just like bad guys everywhere. And I'm like, maybe I'm bad guy. Now, you like you never know what was happening who's in charge of this point Mugu area. How do you? How do you say who's the former president that was good Daffy during? Yeah. It was like revolution against him. And then he died ten months after. So it was just like the lake how are you seen by the locals are you seen as a conspirator with the west or death to happen after like like few years in because I was still doing that job. And then that's cool. It was working on programs. That were sponsored by the US embassy in Benghazi, and we had the we had the ambassador. Christopher stevens. We used to come all the time. So like, we we were seen as people who worked with the embassy and like a person who did that too. So kind of put the spotlight on me also used to it because the bag forgive my ignorance don't know anything about that conflict. Or what the result was the situation that then after you went to be foreign exchange student that the bad guys that the guys perceived as bad. Let's call. Became more after they came here. They did they take power. They did take power. And so you're over here. Learn about quantum physics or whatever no learning conflict resolution, and you're out that takes us to this moment where you're getting Facebook messages from loved ones, I can't put myself in this situation. I was getting text messages from my mom stuff. And she's like, hey like, yes. Someone came by the house today, and you would asking for you on the came through your room tick, someone Steph whatever was like took my. What did they take by the way, I should have checked here for a second? Because it's like I take for granted. This guy's incredibly funny. He's a great comedian. Who is like the like, and that's. Even even if you were a firemen, this would be an interesting story. Yeah. But like what's crazy about this is that you still at this stage of the story you haven't yet thought about a career in comedy? No like as a couple years ago. You're like legitimately like Portland's like people excited about you. And yeah, because you're that good at stand up. Weren't you won't save? That's double ironic about is. We have so much talk about about comedy theory of that gets through this thing met somebody who's been in the situation. No, absolutely. I mean that definitely makes sense. Yeah. They went to your house don't see your room. And what were they looking for your computer or computer with me at the time? But like they were looking through my like the trying to find stuff that would like time to the embassy because that happened after the embassy attack and all of that. And also the thing as Libyan citizen when you want to come to the US at the time is like a very very long process because I was accepted in that program. I got my visa today's or so it was like very like a quick thing because they've already done background checking all of that. So they were like, okay. So this guy who we thought worked with the US before win so easily. There's no way he's not working for the US onic. Onic special services or? Incredibly ironic. Thought you were intelligence like like. Secret service stuff. Yeah. Exactly. I was like such a compliment. But also. Yeah. Okay. So so you're getting these I want to interject you're emotionally go like because I feel this exile. Even as a person doesn't even like, I don't know what your emotional connection to your family, but you're getting getting messages from back home. They're saying they're tossing your room, literally tossing your room your bedroom. Like they're looking for reasons to justify making you an enemy of the state while you're sitting over here on a temporary lily pad that is our government's leg job to like either. Renew like a library book or whatever now. But what what what about your family like endanger at that point at that point yet? Dancing your room? They're getting your grandma right, no apps, eventually had to leave the city the city the move to another city because he will we can't deal with this shitty. So there's like city that's more. Yeah. They wanted to capsule which Tripoli they move because you're an intelligent interpreter. Because he had connections in America. Exactly. We have more fans is that because of the change of power in in Libya after dive. Yes, because they were a lot of lake like religious extremism like sort of a free for all, right? Yeah. Exactly. Because it was so many Libyan military, and then you have groups that if. Let's stink on you. Exactly. Touched you as a baby bird. Exactly. And then after the embassy attack happened in everything became even worse there because these people like the MTA tag was like a statement as if we'd empower this elect, we can do whatever the fuck we want. So these people were like more and more like in power. And then he asked I came here. Like getting all of these messages stuff. I did I feel terrified feel bad. Not really because I've had like war stuff happened. When I was there. Like, I was like it was like a mental state what I was link in like, no matter. What happens? I'm like. Okay. Guess something. We have to deal with what's the worst of the worst of is just like being shot in my car twice before. The radio station. I used to work for it. Because I used to host a radio show was burnt to the ground because the not into what we were saying stuff. Why don't you shut in your car you being targeted? Yeah. We're getting a lot of death threats. Even when I was when I was being God hundred people know you seen you walking around with. Yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. I mean, like people get your voice of opposition. Or even at all. It wasn't an opposition. It was more of like, okay? So we have no government now was going to be like the face of the new country and most of the opinions that mean, my host has where to western as they described them. And when I say western there were just like, yeah. We wanted like separate religion from government. Like, we don't we want this. And we want that we should try that here. I keep having this crazy high pitch tournament like your family's safe now quotes because. Yeah. So we can continue to talk about the snow which is used this family face booking you, and they talked your room like, okay? So they relocated to and they're safe because the the story of you then because I'm a narcissist. So all I do is put myself in your shoes about what if it was me. And I just wanna puke until I die going like what everyone hated like they're trying. So you apply for asylum in the United States, and and as policy is they go. Okay. We'll look into that. And how describe that process? Yeah. So what do you play for asylum? Very very lengthy process. It's you have to once we apply. It's I it's very expensive to do. So really? Yeah. If you wanna if you even like, Mark like one. Wrong box or something like that that can affect a whole process. So they like you have to hire lawyer. So like, that's like three grand or something just to hire. Lawyer just full your papers and stuff and like like a person who was like new two displays only. Okay. Okay. Just gonna toss grants to them. And then every time asking for more pay everything cost, and you have to pay fees and stuff. So you keeps. Is it totally ignorant of this? Is there a channel of like asylum legitimate channel for people of means because they can just afford it the way like maybe Harrison Ford doesn't have to stand in line at the DMV with me. Like is there? Rich people Silom there's no way to cut into rich people like all his start a business and get a green card. This is how they do it. But like I wasn't like a person who couldn't afford it by will the kind of like India, medals island. Okay. Yeah. Like afford to do it the right way and not make mistakes. And that's it. All right. So you're when you talk about these steps where you're going through. I'm like, oh my God. My heart is skipping beats every time you every time you go through one of these cycles. There's countless thousands of people who who had to give up at that point because they had to find people. Yeah. People have like one one reason people give up and that makes sense to me is that the first eight months after you apply for asylum. You're not allowed to work. You can't have a legal job. So you just have to find ways to make money such a funny thing to me like funny in the in air quotes like oh someone's gonna kill you. I don't believe you exactly peanuts. If I if I catch you so in a single peanut instead of fearing for your life. You have to have connections in someone. Some lifeline to take care of. Absolutely. Yeah. So it's like being a PA in Hollywood. It's like a simultaneous oppression and privilege where it's like, you can't even qualify to be mistreated unless your parents are. Whose family from back home or it was like I had to transfer all of the money ahead back home to. Spending that money, and then I had to get like like under the table jobs and stuff like or for food cart. Do this to prove to our government that you're not here to fuck around. You're actually here and you can survive without a job. I see you're not allowed to work. Yeah. Or or you're proving that you're here to steal. This is this is the reason I believe they're doing that. It's mostly like if you about being here, you'll find ways because this is the American dream assist struggle. Whatever fucking because you know, how everyone is born here and have to do that. Yeah. Yeah. Just lot about our cotton expertise, and we got free rides. Paid no rent job. Meals dry. Anything about tobacco. Hundred ten degree weather, happy February. Say I'm doing blanket for my workout. I'm learning about so. And after three hundred years, you got your visa, that's right? Twenty women got theirs. Right. Hi, spencer. What's I'm Jeff Davis? I hate to break into our riveting podcast cavalcades. 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Because it's the thing you let your own you know, you belong to the app because they Abby us before it was crap. So when we say. Melinda. You know, where only saying Malaysia is an app you play on your play thing. That's your phone. But I don't wanna get too political or anything, but. It almost sounds like what you're describing doesn't define the word asylum. The original idea behind that word is could. Could it's almost like a believe the victim thing. I don't I maybe maybe I'll book somebody like works in some office. It's not going to be an agent. It's not going to be. I maybe there's someone on the other side of the issue that can tell me. Oh god. If we open those floodgates, but it just have this weird sneaking suspicion that there is absolutely not zero sum game going on here where if everyone who came to your borders and said, I'm going to die. I'm scared. I'm gonna die or already in your country and ab- scared to go back home. If we said to all of those people. Okay. Well, all right here, you go stamp that that what would happen would be the destruction of America. I just choose to not believe that. But. See the thing is the thing is like. If they if they put more means more money into the process of making a fast process that will help like okay like day, do a lot of flake background, check and stuff. But in my case, for example, like so you're worried about me me, maybe being not a good person. I'm going to do in this country, blah, blah, you make I hate for you to shack up in a trailer and make kids and eat seven of. Although as a listener of true crime I'd have to say. Thank you. Welcome to do that as anybody. Equality? Stix Baer out. But it's just so crazy to me because I'm like, okay. So you can apply for an asylum. Eight months, no job. So maybe you can do it legally. We don't know do your thing. And then you get a work permit, and then wait for full years to have an interview. So we can decide based on the story that you tell us if you're if you're being honest or not now those four years, I'm here, I could have plotted so many things against a US. Joe's come any. Did you? Career stand up com- that is a bit of a plot against the US air. Bumping J. Moore's. You're going to destabilize the comedic industry. Yeah. People actually, look that's the question is in that for years are Americans actually looking in your home country to see if anything's ever gone down. Do they really spend that time? Well, after after I did my my interview with the immigration officer. I realized no nothing, and they were like you tell us everything from the beginning. It was three hours and a half or just interview questions and then being so Libya. Okay. Tell us more about that. What have you been doing for the past four a little bit relief to me? I'm like I live here. Only that place. Sorry. Nope. Doesn't mean knowing about no. I'm a child of the eighties. If you're. I my parents paid for the bombing point. Now, you had a run in recently in Spokane Washington, are you sick of talking about this or no we we talk about it. It's a natural segue. But that's the thing is it's almost a shame. It's like, oh, this all this stuff this struggle and stuff. But it's also like if it were if it was strictly comedy podcast. We were like, hey, who's this new uprising comedies? You're very funny. And it's incredibly interesting the idea that you were this funny, given how recently according to our research of you Wikipedia like, and I said to you the green room is like a is that an exaggeration or like four years ago, somebody said to you in the height of this like pressure where you're like I was here in a silent. I was an interpreter. Now, I'm like here's studying this of that. And it's like oh shit ticking clock. I may have to go back. I don't know when someone said to you. You should try comedy. College because I was taking taking a public speaking class at a time. And then at the end of the term public speaking professor was like it was like have you tried comedy like having like, yeah. I know some open my skin show you where to go. And so let's let's do this. And then they'll like, this is profession. Yeah. Can heal at people in a Mike sounds cool. This point where we could play a clip if we were a good TV show in the nineties or something. Like, so that people could rest assured like air, you're very graceful and funny stage, you do these things that honestly like I was I was telling you the green. I watched your won set. And I was like I wanted to dig in with you the minutia of what you're doing on stage because. I tried to do stand up from seventeen to God knows when I hung it up. Like, it is an art like end here, you are English as a second language and you're onstage, and you there's really specific things that you do like where you let the audience not do anything. You're doing a stand up set in Portland, and you have this bit. That's like. Just like it's very resident because you're like, the T up is just you talking about like gun rights, and the setup is that you so I tweeted like, oh, I don't think that gun rights. I can't remember the setup, but it's it's provocative enough that I would never trust an audience to not fuck everything up by reacting either, positively with applause or booing or harrumphing, and you just let it sit so patiently. Yeah. And then it makes your punchline so funny because all it is is like the joke is like you go you tweet this thing. And it's like. Gun control thing. Basically like, I don't think guns should be this or that or whatever what's the joke. Let's hear this. Well, if you don't feel no no, I can break your professional. I'm good. I mean, I know when people when people tell me to do my Sean Connery impression, I'm like, no, I can't do it. Because you asked. Let's hear Carney hero Bullock's. Okay. All right. Well, whatever. But it's like if you if you work well under pressure joke. So so, yeah, we. Live in such a weird time because a lot of people have. Opinions. And have you seen those? Yeah. Are there and? Especially self lake guns, for example, because a lot of people have opinions about that. And mostly everyone is wrong. As a comedian time a shooting happened or something has to go on social media and to tweet something clever to raise awareness that. I. List? Last time a shooting habits. Just winded tweeted than road that we shouldn't be sending thoughts and prayers, and we should be praying for more gun control. Which to me sounded like very logical statement to post on the internet would the name Muhammad. And I believe in everything I said until that guy Kevin replied to me, you guys know Kevin. From social media. Yeah. He he's there too. And Camry apply to what Kevin said, and I quote. You've fuck and Muslim bacon twenty four seven which was quite impressive. I don't eat bacon by things super unhealthy. Also, probably the worst argument against gun control. Your favorite too. Yeah. Kevin is dead. It's that pause. It's the thing that I focused. The it's the pause where you describe your tweet because I live in the cynical world, where whatever I think of Portland, I don't even know. I was like I'm watching from Los Angeles. And watching the YouTube clip of you in front of a hundred people in Portland. Yeah. And I don't know what's going through your head when you're willing to go. So I tweeted thoughts and prayers and a while I've become so jaded so cynical that I'm like, I would never ever got. I I can't I can't let this rest happen because someone will fuck it up. Can you talk about that? Like what you're did. You that? Silence. Silence. Existed for a reason. Because like, yes, like some of the jokes. I do like people would do that like someone with jump in or like who's or something just say something stupid? They were just ruined the whole thing. Then a few times to see like like that. Silence. Makes it like. Even better. And I think I think it's mostly because the way I say it because I talked very slowly and stuff and like people like I give people impression like there's something else coming out. So like people on the to see you was gonna come next. So no one like interrupt. Silence. And I think I think I think like the setup of someone else says it like it would be like more like. But when I say that like, I don't know what this is going by wanna hear it. That's got to be like, that's so Portland. Assuming place. Place in the states that you can do comedy and era bec-. No, I would never do comedy in Arabic. I have you ever tried it. Yeah. I I can tell stories, but like the structure of lake setup punchline like such a foreign concept to language day. If you did it like people like why are you quiet like why? Yeah. Really? I'd ever thought of that. Is there any standup culture in Arabic in some countries? Yeah. Like, if you go countries like Lebanon, if you go to Dubai, if you go to like, it's more getting more recognized and stuff, but everything I've seen more storytelling. And I think it has to do with the flag, which is more like you have to keep going. You have to keep going and just like it has to be like long, stories and lake. So you can't just do like setup punchline like pases. Exactly. Yeah. Traditional American style setup punchline. Absolutely. Because this is a way that I've learned how to talk in English that way when I do when I did a here. Because like when I speaking aero big never talked this way. Like, unlike I talk way faster, and like when you speak speak, like, even when I'm telling a funny story and airbag is always like full of energy and more talking like way faster while in English incorrect to go like, let's just even though we won't understand just wanna hear us tell a story really fastened era. But just so. That like a weird funny bar joke. A straight up joke. Joke era, bec- classically a guy goes into bar, and the bartender says whatever like we don't have bars. Yeah. Already funny. Yeah. Proper just straight up. Like, I'm trying to think it was like a story. I would like remember that would just say out loud. But if you I don't know maybe you can give me a few sentences. I can say them, and Eric that would be okay joke. Yeah. Guy goes into a doctor's office. And the doctor says. An and he'll be pretend era bec-, even though I can't understand and translate. His do they have to go the same speed as. Okay. So is getting his annual physical and the jocular chart into, sir. I'm afraid you're going to have to stop masturbating. And the guy says why Nagai doctor says because I'm trying to give you a physical. What is Ted Koppel saying to me? I don't understand tell that joke era book, alleged Dakota goulash chicken. The shock may fashion. Noodle family. No. But for really done. Yeah. Yeah. I was. Is that a notable thing that like the there wasn't like a big fuck. Yeah. Yeah. N people can just follow with you. Is that is that you would just another difference between Dubai Abu Dhabi? Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Well, okay. That's a joke. Okay. Yeah. Gel. You it's worth that. Oh, yeah. Tell me the joke, though, people from I'm surprised you don't know this. People from Dubai do. Not like the Flintstones. But people from Abu Dahbi do. Phil tell that nearby. Joan. Maybe the angel on your shoulder. I want to ask because I'm fascinated with. Fucking good job. Don't be defying about it. Upi? I joke so much. From dubai. It's arguably. Polyglot? So I'm always like the make me feel ashamed. My wonder. The joke is still washing over him. He still lesson. I always want to know this idea of like, do you think in one language and translate it to another in your head? You said something in the green room. Like, I think I've heard it before from other people that are bilingual there. You said there was a transition. Tell told me. Yeah. For the first few years here. I would like I would speak in English by talk and big always had that transition when I'm like like when you tell me something like goes into that fast process English to add because they're like Arabic to English. Now at the point like what I even have my dreams in English like fully gentrified changes, which I never done this thing when you learn the language, and they say when you start dreaming and the other language that means your brain has come and now, it's very strange because like when I talked to my parents, and obviously we talking airbag like sometimes like I have I find hell being lake. Was was that war? Then they like who are you? Yeah. Do you think what you? Is comfortable talk about stop at any time. But like what is that relationship? Like, you are after all an astronaut that like came over the asylum thing happened back sense, right? Yeah. Really is that generate any conflict eight is definitely hard. But like, honestly like, I do miss them a lot and everything is very hard on them too. Because it's just like because that's like in being culture and stuff like that. Like, you you live as a family together. Like, you don't leave the house into like you get married. There's no like, oh, he's going to college. Now, you leave like everyone lives together like in a big house. So there's all this family structure. So were you kind of started to rewind your then? So we're you like. Were you a freak where you were? They like where they like what's up with Muhannad? He's like he's like so weirdly verbal or. Like just in comparison to that. We're like was there a departure your childhood? Was there a point where? Where there was this conversation about well, you're going to go to you're going to keep talking because you're a talker. Yeah. Yeah. It's I mean, I mean, I mean like my parents like. Thing with me is like only be like, hey, do whatever you want. You can talk about whatever. But can you tone it down a bit? Resonant because sometimes like my mom like with like out of the house. On facebook. And she immediately called the delete this right now. Speak English too. Or just you does your family, speak English, my my siblings. Do none of my parents do the kind of understand it. But they they've ever learned English. So by the made sure that mean, my siblings were learning English. We will like super young but them like they don't really speak out. Are you allowed to go back home right now are you know, because that's part of the whole asylum process getting the green card, I cannot go back until they become a citizen few years because your whole case is built on the fact that too dangerous for me to go back to if you go back, you're kinda like oh, have you been lying whole time on your on your asylum status? You can't do that. Even if it gets better your like. Also, people coming from Venezuela and Central America are coming in and seeking asylum. The same thing for them to, but they don't have the resource for lawyers and do not do not now, obviously like the immigration like give you a lawyer that loaded candidate one hundred case. So there's so many like and like even with the lawyer, even with everything leg the processes vary vague. Like when I when I when I apply. Okay. So when I do I do main Vienna lake. Few months year two years, and then it was four. So there was like no like you just like living in limbo? Like, okay. Do I start my life? Do I just have to wait? I don't know how close are you to the finish line of this where you actually get citizenship. Well, I finally finished like I did the biggest was getting your asylum approved which I did in Tober which was which was great because it was such a relief because doing com doing all of that about not knowing if I'm like if they decline it was just like, it's like, okay. Well, you either have to pay more money and hire lawyer again and do all of that you welcome to leave. So there was data. When it got it got approved. I was like, okay. So okay. That's good. You're good to go now. Well now in next tool, but I get my green card, which is great. So I can come and go and traveling do all of that. And then in three years from now, I do become a citizen but to make. No mistake about it. And sorry, if this is insensitive or whatever, but this is just me going like, what might I just putting myself in these shoes? And I'm going like, so there are points in your life. And I don't know how long they are. And I don't know how stream the walls of of at our. But like you have to legitimately fear. The idea that you're going to get a letter whether it's pink stationary or knock on the door some bureaucratic thing that's going to go. You get it didn't work you're going back, and you're going to be like on an airplane and you're on the airplane and not only are you miserable. Because all airline travel is garbage. Even if your first class. These people hate me, and they love flaunting it with their sarcastic applause. But you're like legitimately. 'cause I mean like, I like you just like you have to you have to atone. Yeah. With a with a with a death in your head that someone would go that you would you would be sent back and you get to an airport, which everyone that's traveled knows you're not in control of your life because that's their airports. Absolutely. Can't just like jump off a plane like Arnold Schwarzenegger and be like, I'm going to run through the swamp. There's no you come through a gate. It's all controlled anyone that wants to once you're in that country. How please unless you're uncomfortable taco how high was that fear is that fear of like of going back to a place where people will put a black bag over your head or am I being ignorant or agree? No. That's sadly was the case to donate. Go back. Kill you. Kill you live in fear of that happening, and how much do you currently fear that now as much now? Because like, I have my Salam approved and stuff. So it was like illegal to even lake be like all your deported unless you like unless you commit like criminal something like huge like criminal offense or something. Then you like, you're you're safe. But like, yeah. Even like the past few years, the there was a fear like I would say from two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen. You know what I'm going dates random dates? I don't know why going with that thousand. Two thousand and then to until two thousand okay, I'm still like good. And then. There was a change and. And then it became like it went from forty to one hundred. But I'm sure you're I'm sure that's a figment of your imagination because I have absolutely positive that you have no real world evidence that anything actually changed from day to day. They're all you were already in America for all those years and then election happened, and you're a smart guy and you're walking around with your papers. And you're super funny, and you're Portland's finest just Strutton your thing. And you got your asylum and nothing can happen. Shock everybody. Yeah. Can we take it to Spokane? Now. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Yeah. So I don't know anybody know the story about what happened him it's pretty wild. Yeah. I'll tell you the story of these people like what the fuck is poke in. Is it trash place? Like is this by the way, do you wanna drink? I didn't. I didn't. Don't lie don't lie Spokane. The song. Is she? Routed your own spit spoke. Elia? No. Yeah. So yeah. As you say Salam approved that was like, oh, everything is perfect right now, it is guy. As untouchable, you talk to me like my papers. It's getting seventy episodes on your show. You're like stop making about you. Four Chan can't stop me now. Well, yeah. Hornets nest again, very relatable, like seventy episodes told me more of never had an sets. My one talent make everything about me. No year. Go ahead. Yeah. I really like a college gig in implement Washington, Spokane is that you know, like, no one knows what that is just getting small college town and wanna come perform. We have we have like an event short come and do it. So it took the bus to get there by bus five to six hours or so because it was like snow, look, I'm not gonna drive I there. I did my set on Saturday. It went really well. All right. Don't look it up. Yeah. Great. It was amazing. He's a good comic. All college crowds. Are gimme it was really bad. Really? It was it was like did you bomb or audience just dig it? It was like crowd like would like mostly students. And then I discovered that most of them were like promise extra credit attend. I was talking to a crowd of people who are looking at their phones. And not even looking at me and it ten minutes material to like, just no one. It was like four room to and then I sat on the stage. And they're interviewing people that were you from trash is like an old man, you know, and just start yelling at people and stuff, and they laughed at that. And then. Yeah. So I did my sad got pay everything. Okay. Yeah. I'm gonna leave this town. Never coming back. Safe asked bus on the bus. Then I we had we had to bus transfer in Spokane. So that was the reason I tweet for three hours, then I get on the bus the buses here on time, which is great again on the buzz sitting in the back looking at my phone staff, and then these two people in uniform come in and they are walking around. And then like stop surge back. The bus stops somewhere specific before you on. It was at the greyhound station haven't left yet. He's transferred in Spokane. Yeah. Exactly. And it's like, I've never travelled by bus. Be aid. The still time. If you're going an eight hour trip, you tend to just sit there and it stops at greyhound stations. You wait you sit in the shitty station, and you don't get off the bus if you're just taking the whole trial. No, it was so I from palm onto Spokane and then left that bus because that bus doesn't go all the way it only goes to Spokane then witted India station for three hours, and then the other bus game that was going to to Portland. Okay. So yeah. Just like, I don't know flights like how is it was like transit contractually these guys getting on the bus. Are they getting on the bus before trip starts trips? Yes. Yes. So everyone sat. Yeah. Everyone said guys get. Yeah. Got on. And then they were looking at like do elect pointing at random people. And and I can vaguely hear what they were saying. And then they came they probably like asking for days. He's trying to mass your idea. What your ticket is fine. Like, you know. Backing down on the bus counterfeit greyhound. Yeah. So you don't seriously like at in that moment, you think these guys work for greyhound. Yes. Yes. Absolutely thought they worked for greyhound. I was like it was like, yeah. This is how it works traveling bite. Buses amazing. Why would why would greyhound let why would they not diaper funding to have what do they look like describe? They look like they were like bit. Yeah. Buff guys, and there's just like go forms and stuff. And. Yeah. Yeah. And it was like ego. This my are they is going straight at you or doing everybody they asked for people to be specific the ass. Four people noticing. I'm not I'm not the people. They ask looked vaguely ethnic that might skipping over there. This can be like, oh, this person looks hispan-. Okay. Yeah. The asked me for my mind. We're gonna need my ticket. And the like do have been the they were like are you a US citizen? That's such a weird thing for them to ask like, no not and the country of citizenship was like Libya, and they were like. Come with us. I was like, okay. You off the bus. I still had no idea who these people were. Headed identified themselves. No, they didn't say anything came into the bus. They said nothing. So do you took me out to people other people out? And then the fourth person they asked the Astrum if he was he was a citizen. He said, yes. And prove it who people'd is US passport at this. Very weird. Okay. So all the other people passed the check as what you're saying. But yeah, I mean, they looked at them and they passed I mean, some of the people they have approve of driver's licenses. Exactly. And they were like, oh, that's cool. Yeah. Sometimes you can look at a person like a citizen, I'm from Libya, and I have a Silom in there like the bus, but we still haven't even mentioned the asylum party because I got out like, okay. Do you have any other form of idea? I was like, yes. But I just wanna ask like a comic book nerd like in panel fourteen of issue three like picturing, these guys in a certain way. And I'm wondering like, so if they're facing you and you're in a bus, and then they're like you're coming off the bus as they turn their back in your following them. Do you see this logo on the back is that or am? I just say ice on the battle. Well, here's the thing. I thought I thought they were is like. CBS border patrol something. They're both under homeland security. So they work together. These two agents were from like that separate agency, which is I'll get it that part too because that was very interesting on the internet. So I got out with them. And do you have any other proof identification? I do my work permit is still valid issued by you guys. Like, I just want to interject one thing because social anxiety and resonating with you are you the only person they pulled off the bus. They pulled to other people they were like interviewing separately because they were like six my anxiety starts mounting. If if everyone in the bus is waiting. Oh, everyone on the bus was their lake. I'm like a bad person. Yeah. Like the bus is now going come on. Go to happen. Just picture of like, if it's just you or no, absolutely. It was me and in two other people who are like on decide, and then they were like, I gave them my work permit. Like here you go. And at that point. Okay. Okay. These are like the workflow immigration immigration officers. This is like what I can. I can see now. And then I gave them my my car the looked at it. And they were like, what's your story? What's your status? I was like, yeah. I have an assigned approved. This is my satis. And then they will do you have your asylum approval on you? And I was like why would I have it on me? Such thing is three pages with a big card, and I was advised by your office, not to catty with me because I could take it. I want asylum. Exactly, I was like this is like an electron electron. Ick. Like, you can look it up and then show it to them, and you don't need to carry a paper with you. If you genuinely have Silom, you have a place to keep your silent papers. Exactly if you're walking around with all your papers. Maybe you're file cabinet just like walking around everything here. So. All right. So what happens next? So I gave it to them. I give them. And then I was like, I don't have it. I was like I do have these papers and these can be easily falsified like what like native is. No. I was like this war permit is fraud-proof. Like, you can't you can't you can't do that. Since two thousand eleven you guys updated it, and you can't change it anymore. Like, I read your website like almost every day. And they love you. Now, they hated me. So. Because you're verbal exam. They're like. We're not really into because their use the reason the target greyhound. It's very cheap. But so like most of the people who use it are like. Like people like people like people have a lot of people of color to use it in the area. A lot of people who are like imigrants, Hispanic and stuff they use it so Dino target they're not gonna like go some fancy buses just like wealthy white people inside of it because that would be inconvenient. There to rumble you because. These are officers so CB two organizations out both of them worked together. They basically do the same job, right? Yeah. They both horrible. So they think you falsified your papers or like, they give stuff back right cells. Not giving me my stuff back. They were like holding to them. And I was like checking like your cell phone and no didn't take myself. So they had my papers. And I was like I was like no my papers league. And they kept using legals. And every sentence that comes out of my mouth, the legal say that all the time. Like, no matter what that's probably very true. You say something that we've heard that before. What? Okay. Whatever legals in your stores structure. Get us every time. Sick and act that made us let them go. Looks like we got us a talker. Book. Definitely looked like an Elliott for sure. Twitter was like like the point where you have spoken your case like, misunderstandings, whatever like, let's let's do an NPR segment about what they're going through. And what they're profiling. And whatever I I'd be shockingly sympathetic to whatever the fuck is going on. But you you have said I have this. I have that. I have that. And they call it in. Yes. And you can hear I can hear like it was like a woman's voice on the other side. They were like reading numbers out of my work permit like gracious, Addison stuff, and I can hit on the phone. They will like, okay. Okay. So it's into system. Okay. Okay. And then looked at me there's no records of that. Now. What was that? Let's focus in on that. Because. Like, I was like, really frustrated. I was like, okay. This is getting like throughout the whole thing like being calm because I'm like, you know, what this is inconvenient. But once you make calls, and I'm like into system, just take my my racism middle age, white guy and pressure and all this stuff, and I go, okay. Zoom figure to this guy. And I go, okay. I don't like to admit making mistake. I'm flustered is that what that is felt that way. But also felt like they're trying to break me at that point. Like, okay, if we can't get you on there. We'll get you on something different. They really saw at that point that that's my fascination of the story. Is you think that they thought if they bluffed you eventually go, okay? I masterminded nine eleven or do you think that they were like going one doesn't just get out of this valley with a ladder one needs to create a honestly think it was like both from what I read and stuff. Like, they do that to people. So it can break down and just like say they've done something or whatever. And also that like they're not gonna make it easy. They kinda like one leave you with like like, yeah. Don't fuck with us have your everything on you next time like to be played whether and stuff, but like, so we're talking to one another. But they wouldn't I didn't hear what they were saying because they would do the thing when he whispered to one another and like, okay. Yeah. Whatever. And then and then once told me that I have no records, and I was like there's no way. Okay. It was like I was like, you know, what my cases approved. You know, I think what you're doing now is legal. And if you don't give me my papers bag high need, I'm gonna call my lawyer, and I'm going to pursue legal action. This is getting too much. There you go. A terrifying threshold. Yeah. And and even at that like I said very calmly because how did that register in there is when you said that I'm sure they loved it immediately. Once I finished that sent the office of that hasn't spoken award the whole time so yelling at me to take my hands out of my pocket. Yeah. What temperature is it like freezing coal love, and I had them in for twenty minutes. Now, he decided you're hanging out there. Both maters are ready to go exactly at this point. No blaster. I mean for you to actually put more effort. Okay. So you bring up. You say, hey, what you're doing is legal? I'll lawyer up. They now are treating you like you might have a weapon on you. Exactly. So I have watched enough documentary this going, and my hands out of my hair that kept him out. And then for two minutes, I said nothing because at that point. It was like no matter what I say is going to be quicksand more and you go down like looking at me. And I'm just like like neither looking at them at this point. I'm just looking around and stuff like focus in like forty six year old white guy. Huge blind spot doesn't know didn't know until tonight Benghazi in Libya, cetera et cetera. All this stuff. Like, I as a. Not just as like a curiosity shop thing, but as a transfusion of self esteem, I'm like, I wanna know which point are you going like? Like like where are you at the Nater of like? I'm fucked. They got me like like now, they got me like they caught me doing anything wrong. But but like, the the bullies one I'm going back home. I was I was honestly like it had so many of us playing in my and my head. I was like, oh like what if they like take my phone, and then I have like no like like, no one import like, no one knows where I am right now. Because I haven't I haven't. Like like very early in the morning. I haven't posted anything no one will know where I was taking from also the worst that they'd be like we saw bombing in this cafeteria, and then disappear exactly what if they took phone, and you went you went through a brief, but adventurous phase at the sub Reddit gone wild audio. All right. So. Once you mother fuckers phone dent, let let let him finish his do. You wanna prove their bed person? Muhannad? Dan's forget dance here. Let's finish. This story. Because this is compelling shit. We're not getting through this because so you take us every cent. Then I think that I'm providing pretty good. You don't have to sit up for me. Dan. I appreciate that. So the end of the story, and then you get into a Twitter where fair that goes on take us to the end of sorry. Sorry. No. I'm not trying to high road you. But the strays not done. He's on the freezing. Take take the end of the story. And then this is only tube base of what's going. This is not even would story is like this is like nothing. Yes. But if it would be quite. White, man. Just let the beat the squash excuse me for a second shut up. Shut the fuck up. All right. Go ahead. Yeah. Few minutes. He gave me my papers bag just silence. And then next time have your papers on you. Because I had my because it's fucking Germany nineteen fucking exam. So I I got on the bus distract you. If you have papers, you can get away from white people. How street thousand thousand of these papers. All right, these and we are selling those papers as well here on you're so selfish. All right. We can start a business together. Spencer. Can I ask you a personal question? Did you know that podcast of the new TV? Oh, yeah. Well, that's what air will says. Anyway, I agree even harder than that. Well, this new comedy podcast that you might wanna check out. It's called voyage to the stars. It's like scifi sitcom, but it's for your ear bowls. Wait, wait, wait, the one with Jean Varney who we've worked with before and Colton done a good, buddy. And Felicia day who's been on harmony. Steve Berg who the fuck is that guy from the good place. All right. That's the Stenberg. I'm talking about. They started with a good script and handed it to a bunch of funny. People from TV shows like the good place. They let them improvise. Okay. So they're improvising. Off of a script. I guess it's a crew of misfits aboard an alien spaceship, and they wind up on the wrong side of the universe will Egypt. So they try to get back home. How many sides do you think the universe has? I mean, we'll do believe in the multi. Oh, yeah. It's probably infinite amount of sides. It's funny stuff. Look voyage to the stars in your podcast app and subscribes you don't miss a sewed. It's funny people doing funny things for your ears episode. All right. So. Back you go. But was a warning. Yeah. What which is illegal? No admittance of zero. No matter how mine aren't they? Admit story. Got you're wrong. Nothing. Nothing. Let alone an apology nothing. But like absolutely absolutely like nothing did this, and we were entitled to do it. And we did it in now. Get back on the day looked like. Like, if you look at their faces they've never said before I don't know how to describe have you ever seen someone like seeing someone's phase him like racists? That's how the looked like seriously. Do I know? In a brief interjection? I told you. Don't switch that makes me look racists. Could be an actor any ethnicity? Must you? You could play anything. Absolutely. I looked like a Caucasian Germanic, dude. I had when my passport a bunch of. Things I visited Saudi Arabia and Yemen and Dubai and. Lobby. So I had a customs officer. I look like like very white American, dude. And they see Arabic emit passport and the customs when I came back into like LAX. Yeah. Because like what the fuck is this? Yeah, I was in Saudi Arabia. He goes why they're one of our allies. And I was performing for the troops like fucking next question. Funded nine eleven. Okay. So if you want your next nine eleven funded you need to let me into this country. Now, see that was my mistake for interjecting. All right. So. Take us to take to the streets where where you get fucking online and fucking trouble. Yeah. I was on the bus. I got on the bus. I I texted like go for the lakes like friends like oh my God. You can't believe what happened right now this this happened. And then I was like no one on the bus was talking to me like knowing anything positive or negative which like because they also you get taken off and put back on the other people just curious. It was you and like three people. Well, I came on the bus and other person came on the bus and the third person took away with them. So I have no say somebody lost a lottery, and everyone witnessed it. Yeah. Agree on bus, and everyone was just happy that we're finally moving. Yeah. Like, we see this. The United guy gets stunned baton or somebody like chokes dog if you're sitting in these seats, and the is very is very very normalized. It's like this is something like, oh, yeah. We see. This every day who cares? One person was taken. But also like the revolution supposed to start. You're not. You're you're socialized to go. Like, I might job is to sit here like the. Yeah. And then people can you hear people on the internet and the responses to my thread, everyone was going to be the hero that day. Yeah. Yeah. The internet. Yeah. Same. Why? The bus the wheels rolling you on your way to Portland. So. Yeah. Because like, no one was talking to me. I was like like I have this thing. I guess I have to tell people social media. I wrote his whole set on Twitter and just like describe exactly what I've told everyone like what happened read is fucking crazy. Yeah. Yeah. It was just like so the whole thing is a picture of the agents who stopped me and everything just to prove that this thing actually happened because I took a picture of them. Like when I was when I got on the bus. They were taking a person like snap few pictures of that and posted a tweet as well. And then now an hour from there that thread blew up it was just like going vital. Like, everyone was just like re tweeting the whole thing and it was getting lake. Okay. Taking K twenty case educate one hundred. Okay. I don't know what. And then getting Deums in emails. We'll make like news agency like everyone like, hey, can we had you ever had anything like that? Go that big on your Twitter before I had a dumb tweet about Uber. Half a million likes, and why are using over? It was a joke about Uber wishes. Yeah. It was still funny because every every vital tweeden. I write has to do with transportation. Uber. Tricks. Great. But but but. Is there a feeling there or is like because like? That blowing up that virology is it. I don't want to lead the witness. This feeling of like like, you're even people that are on your side pushing you because you became symbolic and you're alone though. There's there's you're you're being reach tweeted because people that want your your experience, but. I don't know what the ask you about that. I'm just doesn't fucking world sucks. Like did you like like one of my questions is when you sat back on the bus after having that experience? What was your feeling? But then as those re tweets and viral things started coming in. I guess I'm leading you to say actually that was worse because that's when people started sticking up for me. And that's when shit got abusive. Yes, that's very when I got on the bus. I'm not going to be like, oh, I was like cool. I was like on the verge of tears like I'm like like just so upset and so mad because the things just happened because they really humanizing like. Like like like like in my brain. I'm like, oh, I'm like I'm doing all of these things that I'm doing calmly and people like me and stuff. And then you have this one brief moment when you lake is reminded that you're an other and like, oh, man. Just because it's inherently comedic what's my job? And exactly yeah. Were you in trouble online? Didn't you death threats and stuff like that? Yeah. I did. And I think one of the reasons like it was like a lot of big names like re tweeting it, and then I think the point where it got really big when Alexandria Causey also re tweeted it and they'd like like a new thing and it was like holy shit. This is yeah. Oh, wow. Okay. This congress here. Okay. Does that make you go like out of control like when it got to that point? I was like, okay. This is national right. Did you appreciate that? Or did you think that? Wish that didn't get that much traction. You might get in trouble to pas of me. Like one part was like as a person. I was like I don't need this like I wish that happen. This inconvenient. But also was that other part of me was like, I'm a person who was like privileged enough to have a platform. I'm a person who privileged enough to have a voice, unlike Kim, speak English, what to do all of these things. And this thing that happened to me happens all the time. Exactly that and I'm like, I'm like I like if I don't speak. I'm like this is going to be a story like is going to be thrown away. Because a lot of people were like surprised this happens idea that it was happening. The fact that when somebody I don't know who put that into my eyeballs like some said you have to read this thread. Yeah. It might have been like, Sarah Silverman. Or whatever. Like, I said you have to read this this threat, and I read the whole thing. And the thing that struck me, first and foremost is that you have again. An audience and avoid. Yes. And you get a lot of balls on your story. But this happens to people that don't have they don't recourse or anything. And the fact that you're from Libya, you're an asylum-seeker you are going through this arduous process. And yet you still as an American as far as le- legally everything is concerned. Yeah. You get you get to be made to feel like the other. And that you feel like you don't belong. Absolutely fucking do. And then what about the people that don't speak English and don't have any recourse. Three thousand dollars to get. Absolutely. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, it's like. I can't get over that person who was taken away. Because I'm like, I he was standing next to me. And I don't know if he had papers is defended that he couldn't even speak English that well, so he was he was like being harassed. I don't think he was even like understood what they wanted. And it was like holy shit. This is disgusting. And then when I wrote about it like people from Spokane was like this happens all the time greyhounds is letting those people both ice and both CB on the bus all the time complicit, and they don't have to you don't have to because like there has to be a warrant or something for them to get on the bus stories about some bus driver saying you gotta show me some fucking Warren. I think I think that happens sometimes to like two stories where I read like a bus driver, or like show me the war because you cannot and then there was this other story with this African American lady who stood up she was a citizen and when they came in. She started like telling people on the bus don't fucking give them. Your papers is your fourth amendment, right and all of this stuff, and they got off the bus so emotionally where does that put you right now in terms of like, whether like how do you feel as a citizen or your desire to be a citizen here where does that does not change desire by any means because like this is what they want? They want me to leave want me to go away. Fucking doing that. Because citizen, you're. You have a vote, and you everything cures, the here's the thing that I I want to gain from you. And it's all about me is like because I I am clearly so fragile so narcissistic so fucking like like entitled I'm not used to this idea of people not wanting me around. And I this these times we're living in it's we're all connected and just like I want underst-, I wanna get a self esteem transfusion from you because I don't like, I'm I'm just this pud pudgy fucking leg. I'm like. Well, if you don't like me that I'm going to go away and all this stuff. And I'm like, what does it feel like so you get back on the bus? And then you're like, texting your girlfriend, your texting people, and you're kinda pumped familiar with that chapter of outrage, and and like. Alienate. Yeah. But what I've never been able to cope with is that other chapter where you tweet, and you go this just happened to me and people start saying like fuck you. Yeah. Who the fuck are you where the fucker is your name in my fucking Twitter time-line? Yeah. I wish you would fucking die. It's not as simple as asking you like, how do you cope with that? Because of that of a million people, and they all go just don't think about it. I mean, I'm not gonna lie and be like, oh that was easy to obviously something like it's definitely hurtful, and like kind of like you kinda like like I wish that wasn't happening it, but it doesn't make me personally. It doesn't make me feel sad. They were saying this stuff about me. It's makes me sad. And there are some people that violent horrible. And I'm just like in some sense. I'm like feel so bad for you to that you how this is. How you lead your life there? Yeah. Every this is always been the thing is racism is not it seems like it's an incredible accomplishment to those who wish to practice. It. I are so. They are so impressed by their systemic racism. They think that this thing that they've built is so awful. And it is awful, it sucks. But it is not very smart. It's not very fishing. It's not the best way to do anything. So the way that we who are oppressed feel about it is like it's a fucking net exam. It goes by your ear. It doesn't stop your spirituality. It certain certainly doesn't stop you from rising up inconvenience. It's like racism is like people taking the steps out of a set of steps. Yeah. No. You're going to get where you're going. You just can't believe a mother fucker would build like that. Exactly. I can't believe these stairs to go around. This guy's guitar pool. Hundred we're friends with Paul Paul has a new thing with what's his paddock thing called break the room and. And you have a deal with him. The room initiative. Yeah. I mean, like we're reading a story that revolves around my like my life in my personal colored experience to being in Portland, and is kind of focusing more of like being a person of a refugee or immigrant in in a place that is like, hyper liberal. In a liberal bubble. That thinks is like the perfect utopia. And yet is ninety percent. The show is going to be going to be like kind of like anti Portland. The kind of thing. This is what you don't see in Portland. Yeah. Look at all of these people their experiences stuff because it's definitely an experience that we mean like, yes, I do have my own struggling and have my own stuff. But also like a lot of people of color who live in Portland, they share the same experience just being like a place where it gets too liberal that you like silenced all the time because you reminded of lake. No, this is this is great. Like what what do you mean? This is not good. This is the best way. I can describe it like that. That showed the good place. What they think that they're in the good place. And every like, this is this is really great. And then in the at the ending like, oh, this is the bad place. This has been held his whole time. Yes. Threes is now. I guess they're given seasons away these days. You know in my day you had to retain ninety percent of the offices audience. You refunding out you are back to all right? Sorry continue. Portland. Like for all of its, hyper, liberalism is still very white. Very kind of closet is like I mean cost rather. Yeah. It is a different type of racism that you deal with is passive, aggressive racism. You can you can feel like an outsider in a very liberal commensurately. Absolutely. How does that daily play out? Like, what's what's the day-to-day things that happen to you that where you are reminded that you're the other it is sometimes like when you trying to go like buy by your day. And then someone has to bring up something that they saw on the news. We like I need I wake up every day. Like, I surprise don't think about what happening in Libya every day. I try not to think about it. We I left that place. I'm proud to be from that. I love automatically America. Yeah. Exactly. Fucking. Fuck. I haven't thought about Libya three years American. Yeah. And then and then you have people like that come to you guys. I think about Libya today, and I'm really sorry. This is must be terrible. That's me. That's like that's me if I'm bartending drinking. I know you're from Livia doing you're being Portland right now. Yeah. So, but that's annoying because it's like looking at you as an immigrant exactly because there's too. Two two narratives for immigrants thought you were Tien when you came on stage. To nair's. It was comes to immigrants because like he the Republican side. Like, you're vilified everyday. You you suck leave, and then you have liberals mostly like, no matter what you do like, sometimes you want you to be the victim so bad like like, it doesn't let you rise because you can't leave because they want to make you feel like you need that help all the time. And once you break through them like I'm doing it. And they're like, yeah, you're not a citizen. So good luck. With that. I have to kind of take down like I feel like you're trying to run away from us. You don't need our help. We have to help you every step of the way. 'cause you need us you need a so much. It doesn't like what savior kind of thing. They're just like, I don't need you. I can do this on my own. And also a word for us. We're socialized feel that way. It's not easy. Yeah. Absolutely. We're told that we're in charge of the world. We're sixth grade, then we're like turned out loosen to this world that we don't run the I like. Like everybody, and they're like fuck humour. Like, okay, you're racist is very hard to be. Sorry. Favorite thing. All the time. I created a Plymouth rock that I couldn't lift. I want to help you Brandon. But you're not born up. Yeah. That is. I mean, I it's. That's one of the many things that idea of like when you if you're a white American, and you encounter someone that you perceive as. Extrinsic in any way. Whether it's by accent, complexion, or whatever the the most liberal component of the white American. Speaking for myself has this like impulse to be like I'm going to be an engine of understanding and connection the way I'm going to express that as I'm going to ask you where are you from? And when you say Portland, I'm gonna go no really where and we're waking up into this world where actually that's you like fucking up, and how would you like to? It's like a done talking. But I. Go Brown few boss, take beautiful. No you fucking take. All right. They'll make a quick. How is the how is the conduit getting here from the United States? Like, will you help other people do this now that you're here at the way, you know, it's interesting because you seem like you were an ambassador ambassador for other Libyans trying to get to the United States is are there organizations like that? How can we help it is? Yeah, I mean, I mean now it's very very tricky like. Obviously like, I do my best to help them not like involved in like any big organization or something. But I'm like, I'm willing to like there's so many organizations in Portland there would reach out to me to like like what's the best way to help them out? Was that can you shock? There's there's one organization called air co- that does a lot of help. There's also mercy corps is located in Portland, the due to refugees and emigrants organization. Mostly like do a lot of work to help especially when once you hear that kind of. How can be funded because actually it occurs to me? We need to update our erica's definitely plays. Once a month. We we have. Our CEO. I are CO. Yes. Is anyone up there less drunk and paying attention? I don't know like like one of the what's your favorite one. If you will for sure. Yeah. Because this helps people and the also provide like a lot of like immigrants like with even lake lake people who have been through trauma and stuff like that. They get you a document and stuff like shrink and to help you through. Do you definitely do a lot of fork shrink? Yeah. Yeah. Portland because that was a city that was amenable to that revenue process or no, I didn't I didn't pick Poland for that. Because the program I was on pick Portland state university for the program so acid the program was done. I was like, well, I'm in Portland now when I look at least they know few people and right now today like one day. Are you still getting hey, are you still getting like threatened and settle? Did your status in terms of your own comfort being here? Go up or down where you at right now. It's kind of like intimate, honestly. Almost ten the question. It is it was answering a question. I know it isn't because it feels like some days it goes up. And I'm like, oh, everything is is great. And it's taken down like just to go back to your question about helping stuff. The reason sometimes is taken down because like, oh, we're doing well, and Dan like travel ban Libya's on it. And then like people can't come in into country. Like, my family can't come. Visit. I can't leave the country. Just like we're like stuck into situations. Like, what do we do? And then some days it goes up because like some days like some things happen. I'm like oh like someone cared. Someone did something like that. And it's just like you. Have more hope more. And then something this like ice CB things happen. And you like fuck this is this is heat. All of is there at the end of that tunnel for you, like, do you see a place where you go? Okay. I'm full on citizen. Nobody nobody can fuck with me anymore, or or is it just going to always be thing for you here. It's going to be a thing as a person of color like you sit in. And what does that man like you're not like India is of some Americans? You're never going to be a true American because usually usually different you have an accent color, your black like just like, you're never. You're never them. You're never gonna be them, and you can have an HBO special, and you can still be the other. You can still be the other to bring it back to where we add the whole beginning this thing with the would that rapper Twenty-one savagely like this. This is a person who has contributed so much community has done. Is is super famous, and then has to happen to them and last night at the Grammys one person mentioned them, and it was a Swedish producer. I'm like what about all of these people like this guy is nominated and he's not there. Non single person would talk about like because you don't want to make political while someone's just waiting build a wall thing on the red carpet. It's just like they weren't really concerned with him until he started doing children's programs in Atlanta exac-, that's one of the reasons that were super pissed is. Yeah, it's not it's not just a guy. It's literally guy who came to the United States made money in the United States. And then gave back in ways that citizens don't. Yeah. Like, you see the government part of it. And then you see the citizens part of it like how does person move from there to having some nobody's just being like, he only stained his visa, he must go. Do you know about immigration laws to say, also what have you contributed to this country? If. We want to take it by contribute. Like most people will be gone like you've done. We all need to be more easily triggered by that shit. I mean, not to be corny, but the poem about like, I they came for so, and so and then they came and it's like, that's my narcissistic nightmare. There is a path from narcissism to patriotism to actually defending the fucking line where it's like, actually, I don't want to be the guy that is responsible. I going to be standing on my front porch having everything up to me, please. Make this easy on me. Please provide me with a country that understands the shit. So I don't have to deal with it you lazy and stupid and selfish. You can even be a little bit racist. My grandfather was seventeen years old. And he you got a there's absolutely no way that the reason he lied about his age to go off and bayonet people in World War Two was because he hated racism. He hated fascism. He hated the idea that being my grandpa wouldn't be up to him one day. He was selfish enough narcissistic enough even misogynistic and sexist enough to take up a band and actually finally there's a bad guy can identify with. Like like fuck. God damnit Harmon you got drunk, and he started in your shit. I anyway, how are you? Pisces pisces. Having. One thing. I wanted to ask you may put you on the spot after all of this. It's a you're a person that has no experience that is parallel to mine and I'm curious because meanwhile, I'm like. Absolutely. There's no synchronicity between are like like rhythms of like I pop into your loss. And I'm kind of like, I'm I'm almost twice your age. And I'm wondering like what is your feeling about the construct called America you can decline to answer that question? I can answer. Yeah. I mean, like the concept like on paper is great like if you see this is the perfect nation. But then impractical most of the things that this country preaches is is not practice is multi practice in other countries for some reason, they're doing it. Well, they're taking those American ideals and the American dream, and they're doing it across the world. Yeah. Which is not necessarily irony. I heard this NPR special that I was like hammering. I don't even I don't understand what truly I guess I'll listen back and I'll find out why. Do. I can't wait to. I mean, what is the problem? Go on. Okay. Would you Mark? And you'll listen to this point. I mean, I'm paying attention. I wanna Mark this point. So you're listening right now as a sober person. And you're listening to the podcast, correct? Because you're you're listening to let our guest who's interesting talk you keep interrupting him while he's giving interesting answers because you wanna talk about your own narcissism and your fucking blowing. It. You're making a giant bummer like guy's fucking fascinating. At you. Don't let them get three words wanted to talk about yourself. Okay. Well, okay. Okay. Go on my opinion is that that is technically accurate, but an exaggeration. Everybody's coming to Harvard. Women's? I don't I don't really get it. Ticky. Here. Why are you do the show? What are you doing controlling? Right. I think everybody. Exactly. Thank you.

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Poolitics

"Star beans how welcome Y'all macarthur park which melting in the dark as always supermo because it's hot as trying to town is once again in session impose Mike. Bring out the Game Master Spencer Crittenden for Comptroller Audible and bring out Brandon Johnson print and shit. I said stop by some of the shoes. Shedding broke the looking at best. Give we for your you. Get the capital so the summertime my P._T.. To uh-huh dance harm it had to the hop on my sack rented a car and so last night boring <hes> thank you have you given up on freestyle. Dan Or just lost is just happy. I think <hes> wrapping has to do with you know. You've got something you need to say. I thought you were getting to a pretty good zone. They're great. I mean you could hear the reaction. They were overwhelmed in general. It's a great it's a great podcast is a lot of a lot left to say <hes>. I could launch now and do one of many segments that would be totally relatable to the people that people are just waiting to gobble up having some. I just saw some decorators proposals and it was a little disappointed to learn that they were photos of just concepts and not my actual house stuff like that stuff that you guys. WanNa hear because it's twenty eight now you have a seventeen bedroom marquess mansion going on and you have a one air mattress and there's no chairs. I'm truly the voice of the next generation from from my blanche whiteness go to my six figure of a week income to makes seven hundred thousand dollars a week just for doing nothing to my complaints. It's about numerous Gardner to my two houses to my my years in podcasting. I mean I just it was founded it a little bit excessive that you have seventeen lipizzaner horses in your house look. I you get into a zone where you're trying to chase that that happy rabbit and you can't catch it anymore. You know very cost prohibitive is it. Is it at all possible that anyone else cure. It has something to complain about that who here in the craft thinks they have the most like righteous righteous indignation complaint lane right now. Something was handed over here in the corner. What was that Oh oh. Are you albino by any chance okay. Would you like to come up. Okay come on up. Bring that up. I know up. I haven't plugged by this. This is a guy with a resonant beef. I also your podcast aren't you. What would you tell me Jank's Scorpion Caitlin Kate Kaelin Kaelin. I knew it was cool. Thank you how have you been. Dan Not too bad heat. Wave <hes> when you were talking about beef. I just we're living in a world where people complain about a lot of things and I get that everybody should have the right but every day I wake up in the center of our solar system is actively trying to murder. What is your physical interaction with a bind them. How do you say so. I'm Albany mystic so albinos have the pink is this is. GonNa be kind of clip triggering yeah. It's GonNa Piss people off the cliff note there have the pink is and they can see well but they looked like pedophile and they're the ones who are freaks. I come on now. Look at all the movies when the pink one K. so then I have the color in front of my eyes. I have vision problems. I'm legally blind wind and the same amount of sun burning happens you're seeing more human being like blue is nothing pink guys aren't human being saying like more are racist. You're saying that having a more common color is you still still have worst vision than than pink is Ovine Albinos. The albinos have twenty twenty vision generally. They don't have any problems. They understand guys. Albany Mystic Dick People have vision problems and they don't have the pink so they're two different things but when everybody's out buying Yup I've got to deal with the expert and now is your tongue abnormally read by Albany sticks in your mind that you're gonNA <music> have shockingly red filming because I just had a red line like I'm not going to go up in the corner. Well that tracks with because we have we have our Fred Victor. varnedoe has been our friend for for ages like it occurs to me now that you're talking about this that he he has got the languages fucking minefield because was regular uh-huh is but yeah non pink is and. I don't think I've ever actually talked to a person with the pink is but it's interesting. That's so weird to learn the they. They have twenty twenty vision. They can drive so are you legally blind or nearly blind and you're wearing contacts sure can't because I have astigmatism is this. What is your field of vision right now. Do you have a blurry. I kind of feel division. So what happens for me is he's like like Brandon. I know each other and so great suits so he's come to a couple of shows and as long as I knew what color is suit is. It's great otherwise I'll walk bye and he'll think I'm racist but it's just I don't recognize it like I suppose you walk out of my way nigger. I'm just doing character at my show. Now out of my way Brown is right. What do you mean if you have to know in advance what color suit he's wearing so it's for me to kind of deal with the world. When you see the sign that says like Ash Avenue you got your a you're s and and h what I see I see agreeing thank you I see a green triangle and like two little green squares like I make the shapes out before I see them okay because I can see he color differentiating really differentiation really well but not not anything else. He's not allowed to have a driver's license. So what is I don't know how how deep you've dug into the science of it but the interesting thing is that we're talking about pigmentation here and so isn't that the albino folk the reason there is our guys who had something to do do with a with an extension of this whole problem which is like <hes> pigmentation pigmentation so if your eyes are pigmented quote unquote adequately <hes> why is it is are less functional so my brother and sister both freakishly also. Albany stick which is pretty much impossible and <hes> they would know better than me because they studied it. That's not a recessive or dominant trait and you know it is but the fact that had happened. All three of us is a a frequent nature Gregor Mendel. It'd be happening to like one of you yeah four kids. He learned that with the PS. It should happen once and not again my mom and dad having S._A._G.. My Dad is Italian. My Mom Irish redhead my dad's swarthy Italian. This is not supposed to happen my brother's older. It happened three times but they we know a lot about the MILKMAN is elbino. I'm sure this joke gets told every fucking family reunion. Sorry you know what my family has. No was that humor I guess because I thought he did with that makes more sense that one Albina which is banging my mom three times but a lot of to cut you off off. Your hair is fantastic. You have a lot of people pay a lot of money for. Is this beautiful silvery list last time. I was here sixteen inches Yup Yup to charity absolutely not I was so poor had to sell it to the movies shit to the movies I had hat to yeah. I would like to think I can't prove it that the target area and chick is wearing my plant that seed you think scenario scenario was wearing your hair. I hope so I went to Hulk Hogan. Do you have any idea the eagles else it is ethically the because I when I see an album mystic person with album mystic features I can't ah can't avoid thinking about the word Angel which I'm sure is like problematic to the album. Mystic community are victors been cast as an angel many times. What is it what do you have any idea about that like the origin of why we portray angels white-haired and the Bible liable in revelation Jesus comes back the first time in the very beginning? He talks about his hair like dressed in white his feet like burnished bronze. This whole like clothed been white white white white thing so I guess when Albinos were born. That's why it's also getting cannibalized in Africa because they think they're magic as well so ah well. That's no way to treat magic. If you eat enough vinyl dye bone you can raise the debt is what they're thinking. They're so well that is true. It is their right absolutely just the thighbone or example they take trophies from Albino because there's actually more album in an African genes than white you meet after they die of natural causes okay because I would eat the part of the Bino that allow the magic. We created more albino if I die. I'm going to do an organ donor thing. That says you can have whatever you want you. I appreciate your work. Are there are are there parts sorry. This is morbid but are there are there are there other. Is it just raising the debt. Are there any other there's all sorts of things. These people <music> are doing cocaine and weird. African like gunpowder drugs and making children's soldiers. I'm not sure what they're doing. They're all around but like they think they get power from eating albinos. If you're listening in Africa where I think I'm gonNA help one day. I want to over step my comptroller powers hours but I think there's only one way to prove this winky. I want that five. Why did you happen to hear the episode recently where we had a kind of a shockingly adept self for facing Louis Neo fight dermatological scientist up here and he he counseled me on my Polish skin tags eggs that are out of control and I gotta go get them like removed and stuff but I don't know is curious about that like I it do album mystic folk. I make him sound like Irish ferries sail. I'm trying to be P._C.. Everyone sound like a ferry well. This isn't safe-space do they do what's the relationship between like you seem pretty young probably wouldn't know but like for like Nick. Do Get fucking shit grown off you like I do. I have little sunspots and stuff like that from and I don't go in the sun very often but you're saying that the reason why you have a right to complain is that you have a hate relationship with the son. If there's a crack in the window I wake up every single line of Sunburn all my fake so you just burn burn about twenty minutes and it's incredibly dangerous right because I mean it's a cancer ray. It's like it's like it's it's <hes> I mean. Do you know the numbers on that like. You've you hear horror stories like if I spent an hour and a half in the sun with nothing on like I it would be lethal. I'm so good at avoiding. I'm lucky enough to have career where I can kind of. Make my own hours. I know enough about north. Hollywood shade to run to the right corners I don't and also I'm hoping that if every it's highlander thing like every albino or person dies I get stronger. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa educate anyone on this. Because each of them is is a pocket of darkness shadow power so when they cracked energy goes into you counteracts the sun does that split between all all the albino people or do you just get all of the deaths worth of value. I'm thinking that my because of my lack of because I have a pretty strong vehicle I could probably help it's not I think that negative energy is pulling a little more my way all right and you gotta stronger gravity when when when you run into Kaelin when when you run into a full on there's a delineation between albino and album mystic when you when you meet somebody I imagine you have like with the pink thing and you meet them. Is there any kind of like tension between that like like like. Have you seen the movie warriors like a rival gang yeah yeah. I'm so I'm so rent with west side story kind of bound up with social anxiety anyway I've done in a couple of photo shoots for like awareness and things like that and then so we had every all kinds of of different pigment less people and I met at them. Everything was fine but at the same time I'm just nervous around anybody so but in the back of my mind I was like you can drive so fuck you yeah yeah. They've got privilege Jimmy and they probably know how our album people you've met who have passed for Elba mystic and taking advantage ago. They can put contacts in those assholes. Oh Oh my God drive a car. It looks Scandinavian. I'm Italian and Scandinavian. No I'm just sad all right well as always we appreciate you being vulnerable with us. I wish I could believe me. The Sun is my enemy too but boy the enemy of my enemy I mean I.. I wish there was something we could do. I call the Sun Orange Hitler from this day forward eight it. I WANNA put a hat over my pool. You can put an umbrella that goes out thinking about it and then I feel like people make fun and sexy like you know like in the cabanas like those hervey curvy. They go out like that. You have a shady spot and you swim. They're like no. I'm being active. I just happen to be swimming actively in the shade. You're not yours hanging out hiding. I might build a wall around it and then put a ceiling on the walls and then an air conditioner being indoor pool. That's called the house you were talking about. You deserve you do yeah or or or pool. Have you ever been to the hearst mansion. It's like he's getting like pools like they start outside and then they go inside but only if you're in the pool like if you're a burglar you could try to rob the house by but you'd have to go in the pool and then there's like pools that have hall ways like pool. We'll hallways. That's so bad ass. You have an indoor pool and people are swimming. Can you imagine it's like it's like. Hey Komo over here. People are like going down the hallway to do pool coke. Why is there a pool hallway bathroom. That's what I want to know. If you go around the corner yeah you can hang your towel underwater over there. He's got pool rooms so you have a pool right here and then you swim down a Kamau and there's another pool over here and he's got like three pools in one big pool house and it's the Dope Shit. That's what I should be upcoming excited about as dumb the mass house or water pool new pool urinals are cool but the pool sit down toilets kind of like a work in progress. It's putting too much power in the hands of the consumer in my opinion usually at work but then if you have diarrhea still working that our if every single one of your guests is is not totally trustworthy and capable. It's it's Desert Pool Guard who watches what the people eat before they go in the Pool V._J.. If you have two plates of that you should not be in the pool the Pool Dietitian. They're ready vacuum. It's not gonNA work amazing. Would it be if you are so rich and technology was so accurate or whatever you call it that people could come over to your house and just like hang out in your pool. Your whole house just had a pool everywhere like every room had a little pool part of it so that technically so you could just swim to any room and just be like a different class of citizens like. I'm one of the Aqua people here I am in the charades game by at any point wait in that in that water you could shit or Piss or Puke or drop fucking anything and it would all just go sh float away to the nearest filter her like you've just crystallized my dream. Yeah like float around like peons. You can just be in the water. You can inside for the winter. Generally we start to see the seasons. Change the leaves fall and you go out in and then you you cannot hibernate shit everywhere. You're saying that you just want to live in a very efficient toilet the biggest toilet paper to worry about the bare anymore. No No it's it's brilliant. It's kind of what the Internet is right. It's everybody it's every human expressing how they'd like glad to be like Oh. I'd like to be in contact with every human being and I'd like to admit whatever I want but I don't want to ever touch anything that comes out of me out of anyone else from is the filter author on the Internet's bad and we're all backed up so now we're all like knee deep in. Shit now the problem is we need a pool Dietitian for the Internet. Thank you you get it because they just shit. How would we elect this pool a Titian. I'll do it fishing. I second. I don't really like I don't think people should French should discuss religion or Pula Ticks Steve Hebron tickets. You just came up with like a nineteen eighties. I if he's a poodle Titian I staw- appropriated Brenton's joke well when I heard politician. I thought you misheard Pool Diet Diet politicians way better. He's a pool nutrition right. He said booth Dietitian. That's that's how it happened in the Joe. Welcome to my elliptical artie notice. There's no peon the let's keep it that what is going on with the conspicuous timing of the win. Did we think he'd like to bring it out in dramatic fashion in the middle of the show we get Cape. I think he's like the Phantom of opera we can't mask. He likes to bring out the vodka. Where is he trying to tempt me into health. Let's see how long do they. I don't want to enable him so I'm leaving it out <hes> like until he really ask for it and then. I just look I'm here to help Levy. You should scream it like from the rooftops that you want it. I hear I'm coming here. Accounts Yeah Vodka dramatic fashion all right Lee sit. Please sit down. You can't just tell take this like a Harrier. Explain yourself half of it. It is forgetting and half of it is strategy. I think forgetting must be nice. Unfortunately my vodkas never out here strategy for what's the what's the strategic ploy her you know we we we keep it on on the rails a little bit in the beginning. Oh froze to death Mike. I forget which one it was but you were like you know. I think I may have just too much in the beginning and I was like well. Oh you know if I don't give it fifteen minutes. I'll give you your twenty. I think the danger is more like it's it's about before the show. If I pre game before for the show you're just fucked. Yeah Yeah Shit like the Yardley Smith episode. I just got the one where you're like. You know I was nervous. It's ironic because they get nervous about certain people and then I'm like. I wanted to do a good job but then I'm like well. That's not how you GonNa do a good job. You fucked up with Norman Lear and I'm like Oh that was classic. It was in there. I wish I was there. They're afraid of Norman Lear and because he was facing you anytime I jumped in and said something and he couldn't quite hear it. I think he thought I was attacking him yeah well. You probably really were never I would never attack normally. He told us that great story. I forget which famous actor but it was like the <unk> Dick in the hotel room did he tell us yes. Dick <music> you know who I speak in Norman Lear because you know who's in the green room and I guess he was like he couldn't wait to come out till normally and then he wasn't on the show Damore Iran and Damore on Hollywood he would boulevard like I don't like to thirty in the morning or something he was straight sober like I was coming off of adventure and <hes> trying to play Spiderman until about midnight yeah but I just read a job in the corner like like real close to where it used to be like holly and it was like all these origin we talked for like it felt like an hour but and then it was just like like Nick deserted Hollywood Boulevard on my way. It's nice to see him. What was the origin of your adventure. What what did you just come off. I met with Joel Mchale and Chris McKenna and that's already a lot of mix to like. You know just throw at an evening so by the by the time we finished dinner a McKenna and I were like really Aaron the girl I was dating Aermacchi Kathy but Aaron who I was dating. When I was actively working my hardest on community she observed she's like McKenna. Bring out the best and worst in each other and like McKenna and I were like we're like yelling thing it Mikhail like like like why do you love your family more than drinking. Come out with us like we were just seventeen years of or just actively trying to get a man to break up with his family because we wanted to go to the frolic room and and then we didn't go to the FROLIC room and we we we we stumbled into this other place that came before it dark bar that only had one other guy in it and I will. I'll say to this guy's credit. He did the one thing that usually like I've never I don't think I've ever heard from the obnoxious drunk third guy at the bar which is he just blatantly sat after listening to us for twenty minutes. He's like you know what a key here you that good and I'm fascinated by what you're saying so I'M GONNA move one down so I can eavesdrop eavesdrop. That's quite a compliment like all right. Well can't fault that. We're at a public place. We wanted privacy. We'd leave leave and it was like well. What do you do. I have a data scientist. Oh Yeah I'm a flavor chef. It's rare when that your job title the fakeness of it. I'm a water surfer okay. Oh you wanted to make get sound a little more realistic but you blew it data scientists. I asked him five question. Why is that so funny like because literally all science. Is Data Science all of it. Does that mean to me. He's one of the people that just data input like he's like He. He's drunk. He's trying to live a secret. Life of Walter. Mitty just wanted to make up a job. The the the answer was whatever what I don't know like I don't know he he did something that had to do with like <hes> it was like data was data but it wasn't wasn't science he goes and tries different flavors of Kelloggs cornflakes and sees if they're good that's data science. It actually had to do with like he was basically like. It was almost like data anti-science anti-science. If you want to know the truth with stuff around housing loans like banks hire him to to make numbers offers fucking dance the status quo like spin. Would you say he's like a book cooker well. It's more like it's Kinda like. Did you ever watch the documentaries about the guys that were behind. Climate Change denial or like or like tobacco like win. Politics Meets Sci. He's like a tanker yeah like he's kind of a guy that you call like he's a he's a data spinner right no science about got it. It's very much not science what he does. He's a cherry and he actually was getting drunk. I truly choose credit. I think he was getting drunk because he's ashamed of it when he actually got to the bottom of it and was explaining what he did not like you that was trying to talk out because I have family yeah. It's true I get drunk because I love myself. I'm like who wants to overhear me and then you just meet people are laying ad Adler despite my own risks open. That's why I'm drinking like. Tell me about yourself. I won't remember but the bartender was also very interesting. Twelve years sober and sometimes you run into a bartender tender who's like like very rock-solid sober takes you back a little but they there's a certain there's a VIN diagram of people between sober for people and bartenders with like I'm in my sweet spot. This is where I could. This is how I stay sober if not kind of like like they're great bartenders because as they were alcoholics once and they're never going to be again and they they have empathy for people that are there for the right or wrong reasons. They they have A.. Sharp instinct for windy cut off into over poor when to eighty six when to call a cab and this guy was talking about like how it was the do is twelve years ago when he saw the episode of cheers in reruns where there's a specific episode of cheers that I remembered as he described it. I was like Oh yeah yeah that episode for sure and the lights go out and Sam's lowering the bar and then he pours one and then he slides down the bar and it's like yeah yeah that one that one that got me going about cheers cheers his greatest shower and everybody in my generation will tell you like and stuff and he's like. He said something like he's like yeah yeah. I think it was like <hes> that was before norm died norm died. How many upsets cheers of you've seen? How one or two do you think cheers changed your life and you never watched another episode hunting? You know the third episode you watch cheers wouldn't wouldn't make you a millionaire. All you watch one episode. magically transforms your fucking life and you just you're just like that. fucking farscape now did North Dine Denali never tied and anyone take care Chima Kono. Well okay if he did mean that that he's still funny wasn't a cheers fan. He just saw that episode and it changed his life life. That's what's funny. He didn't watch two hundred episodes of cheers. He just was like what a fun episode or whatever the fuck that was got about cheers for a second in about coach. I've talked to straight before on the show about being at a bar with with George went right probably yeah well long story short. He says his nephew George went nephew. We went out to which is why like Nicholas Cage change his name. He didn't want that went <hes> status going no we went. We went to see a band of the troubadour which is a square rectangular shape bar. George went was high because he and Jason today smoke a little weed and norm sat at the exact spot where normally sit at cheers on the corner of the left side of the bar and people were losing their fucking minds because everybody else's high too and I I just moved here from Cincinnati. Norm is right. They're having a beer and the same stimulant he would occupy and he was like silent. China People's tits it was awesome. Did you sort of Cherry on purpose and did that person asked for their tips to be signed to. This is similar. They wanted an autograph. They didn't have a Napkin to a weepy ratzenberger over the corner. Lee Levy. Has Your relationship going well. You got a new squeeze yeah. I got a new squeeze alright congratulate so here's something that concerns me. I know where this is going. Cody asked to see a photo of her and you said you didn't have one. We hadn't taken pictures of each other also. She's not a fan of being photographed well. That's that's that's the she live by Niagara Default. We we want to respect her obviously yeah but we also want to question her existence instance. How do we do this? How do we walk the tightrope? How do we authenticates the pack that you'd actually have since that conversation? I actually took a photo to Sheba Greg cody this year yelling at her ship straight. My bosses fiance know you exist yeah yeah. She was not thrilled to be taking pictures but yeah I took. I took a couple pictures right well the town she local yes. She's local. And how long is this going on four months are you. Are you happy feeling good yeah. She wasn't at Comic Con. Was She. Okay Yeah I was with you every step of the way because you're making out with that one girl just kidding getting surely surely collar Shirley surely yes you can have like a codename. I guess surely she could have been com account and you wouldn't have known bigger. She'll be dressed up and some sort of harmon. Fan like issue could've been could've yeah yeah yeah. She could look like anything. Dan went to recognize that he doesn't know what she looks like. Do you see my girlfriend COMECON. She was just like Harley. Quinn Glass Harley Quinn's this this year he's celebrating demanding just trying to offer up a subject. Did you see the Harley Quinn trailer her no Harley Quinn show Harlequin animated show and she's like shit fuck that Batman Shit. Oh Shit Fuck Talk Shit. That's not your mom's Harley Quinn. It's weird because it looks like all the other DC animated shows but it's just like this. Here's what makes us different different. She's just like what the Shit what the fuck and the junkers like. Wow joke me this and she's like fuck. Fuck something to be said for your MOM's Harley Quinn I. I liked the idea. It's also kind of funny about it. Those I have a sneaky suspicion because I watched the trailer only once but I'm like Batmans not joining in this game like I imagined that they're like look Harley Quinn's kind of like dead pool or whatever you can let go crazy with her and like but she's surrounded by all these icons of the DC universe drawn and that same style but she's the only one of them just like `fiddlesticks. She's like fucking right about a batch fussy joker. Let's fuck and kill Batman. No sweat my pets. She sounds like hardly Quin. Hardly harlequins hardly hardly harlequin committed Kevin a stroke not take the hardy archie rested piece Brandon Johnson. He died as he lived hit him in the solar plexus committing shoe poorly fleshed out bits silenced sleep sleep sleep sleep. Go gentle into that good night. She was the only guy new up here expensive. Have you ever because play. Have you ever gone out into the play universe. No I got I got this is like not. This is not a cool belief these days because you're supposed to be you know. I don't even want to label it but I think that 'cause plays look really good. When you look something like the character obviously anyone could be any character all the time but like I've always always wanted to like find someone I looked like and I don't look like very much anything? Who would you go if you had to like get styled as 'cause played character? Whatever you want to look exactly like that person who would it be? There's this guy's husband in an anime that I looked kind of like he's just this big fat guy. I use like he's like giant. You're not fat. You're skinny but he's just like a big giant guy if like fat yeah I've animate guys woman's husband fat for share wasn't even this character. I can't remember his name. Jeez generally called husband. The women's called teacher. How he's he's her husband? How much recognition do you think that would get on the COMECON floor with people's? It'd be like not I. It's very generic the costume so I don't I think I think I was a big fat guy if they like. It's a prevalent animate if you nailed it to perfection. Do you think Oh fuck your husband from the thing I hope so I would like to see you gain a little weight back. Shave your beard. Cut your hair and be the plump guy from the original lion voltron and mega cd like the kid that like lasts one or whatever yeah the green in women the glass. I like that you know these days egos fat door. It's great not you like me. It's like anyone could be fat thor now. It's a great cause is play for people who want to look like they're characters. You're sore yeah I could sit down jokes. Okay okay I got it. I got hardly Queen. Hardly GRANDPA just die sugar McCarthy to make hardly Quinn work. Hardly Hey Spencer Hey. How's it going? I'm just floating here and Dan's Holy Shit. I like how you got that pool noodle position like it looks like your Dick. Well must not get personal. I like just float around and enjoy the perks of summertime. You know there's there's lots of perks about summertime. There's barbecues. There's fireworks <hes>. There's you know stupid. People blow their hands they case as I like to call. Come vacates. Oh Yeah I don't got time when I'm a vaca- clue me and what does that short for vacation and I feel so awkward to say the whole thing that time you spent finishing the word vacations you could have been telling us about the fantastic summer themed underpants. You're wearing right now. Oh yeah a man it's because biondi's is the only brand that lets you eat pineapple while wearing pineapple pineapple London's. Oh Yeah I got little exploded firework undies. I'm I'm GonNa Watch the skylight up on your shorts. You know what I'm saying Dan. If he weren't passed out drunk on the little floating polar bear you'd see that he's wearing little barbecues on his his but that's find aesthetics but let's talk about some comforts. Oh you know what I'm saying that first and foremost in my mind summertime is about comfort. I think that was the whole will Smith Song. Who's about that some some time? <hes> I think that was mostly just about comfort and there's that other songs summertime and undies comfortable right. That's how it goes. Excuse me Andy Scientists spent countless hours in their underwear labs underwear labs. I hope they're underground. I hope they're like bond villains. That's why they're called me. UNDIES 'cause they're underground working tirelessly to make underpants better the result micro fabrics which are three times softer than boring allcott lookout people knew summer theme theme prints are going to drop every Tuesday. Mandy also makes us off this lounge pants and onesies you've ever felt also they got a new thing for your dog's. Dan's got three dogs. They're all Weirdos Weirdos but here's what thing they don't have. They don't have sexy me. UNDIES brand bandannas around their necks. Oh yeah we gotta get some of those for the pups they're called buddy bands and they're are available in the same prince and colors as the days. This is important stuff. You Be Knighted Dick. We'd rascals so you and your significant other and your significant significant dog can all be wearing matching undies. That's like I can't even imagine such synchronicity if your dog isn't currently walking around the house and these hot global warming days just being cool wherein a summertime themed me undies Bandanna than what are you even doing. What are you doing with your life? You're living wrong yeah. Let your dog live. It's best life and you know you can't be wasting. That old. Boring con on your tongue dog knows better than that micro modell. Nowadays are so good that Nigel will one of Dan's dogs each the butthole out of it. They have to be good. I was serving him up some classic cotton undies and he was like no no boy. If I'M GONNA eat at a butthole out of something I wanted to micro mode Hell Yeah Emmy undies as a great offer for my listeners. Were You Jealous Jeff. No it wasn't me for free but go on for any first time purchasers. When you purchase any me undies product you get fifteen percent off and free shipping? That's a big fat doug fifteen percent then off your most comfortable uneasy will ever put on. Why are you making fun of my entirely organic takes on the issue and I just can't believe how well you read copy and make it sound like it was totally or idea well well? That's the secret is that I'm not I'm just making this up and then I looked down and it's written the same way I'm GonNa Credit your relaxation and your ability to do that to the underpants that you're probably wearing the pool we're or landing in. Oh Shit that broke the reality okay. We're we're in a studio. We're not in the pool but me Andy's are so soft that could cushion the broken reality. I got the Banana Anna undesirable like kind of a light Sky Blue Bananas all over who I got as far as comfort factor goes I might as well be floated in dance pool. I got the classic Valentine's David the wines and cheeses she's like I think you're stealing my mandate. These are old you work here in the office and you get to take the my end. There's no way way to be sure that you're not corrupt and taking all the good news. I think I got I pick for a while but since then I've been given you first pick because I felt guilty over well to get fifteen percent off your first pair are free shipping and a one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee. Go to me on these dot com slash aren't are you ready. Spencer yeah say Aye Captain Aye Captain I I can hear you can't put little onto your buns. These and little tiny barbecue company we liked underpants me on this dis underpants me on that worked so much better the Dan costly costly go like like really the main drag of COMECON and people would freak the fuck out and take photos or you could just be a real deep track the only people who were hip to well. I can't go as Izak but like the what's his name. He's a philosopher guy that looks so much like the people who are just they'd be like well. You were a white t shirt and it's got a stain on it and like it's disdains on a different spot google. You told a great story the night we were walking from the boat back to the hotel. You're telling Adam you reminded Adam. Devine how you I met them. Oh Yeah I've told that story at least twice yeah how the workaholics guys got not really me but another guy yeah they're uh-huh fast forward versions. There was a guy that was at this party and he kept asking me questions about New Zealand and I was like I've kept going now. I don't know I I'm not sure era culminating we. I've never been to New Zealand so I don't know he's like okay real funny you've been to New Zealand and I'm like oh I haven't and he got this look on his face. It just melted into humiliation and rage and leg all kinds of things and the pointed thrust his finger over to where the workaholics guys were all standing ending and giggling and said those guys told me you were Peter Jackson but I kinda got two thirds of the workaholics back this comic con on accident because just an I somehow lead everybody over to the Hilton under the auspices of Lake. Hey everyone's everyone's going to the Hilton other we got to the Hilton was like everyone with a room here because we're going to bed. I didn't mean to get him back and it certainly certainly wasn't as art. Did you get onto another boat with the game of thrones people like game of thrones people this year farscape right farscape yeah. We talked about this last week. I believe I was I was being watered jerk and not being on stage last week. That was fine. You remember when you put the hat on it. Oh Yeah God Damn Jeff Not grow up what I just. I'm I'm a delicate artist. I think that episode the people that don't subscribe to a little bit lost to time but if you if you saw what I did with just found objects Brendan. How's it going in the raiders room in your opinion every just to kill gays oh wait for you is now house circa morning? Sorry every day is amazing is amazing. It's a great group. I'm rounded back. Demoralize anybody that I'm like I'm like the Beetle Bailey and my own army. Come in and go. We really have to stop talking about Goofy Shit and work. Now I mean I don't think you never meet Mr a and w you know that motherfucker does not drinking out of the bottle. I we have Davidge intervention for Jeff. He's he's a focus addict. He can't get enough focus. I think these are high concept BITs. He's he's he's GonNa GonNa die of focus inhalation. Every plant gotta get water species of plant is only you viable upstage where everyone has a turn their head all right. What why is the audience reacting differently? I was moving meter a second to try to steal some in the whole plan. It took me twenty minutes and then it was gone. Is there any correlation between calvinism album this thickness and alcohol tolerance well. I don't know all I it was <hes>. Some people say they're functioning alcoholics. I'd like to say that I'm a thriving alcoholic positive water bottle of club concept except Shit. I agree and who knows what will be the next escalation. If God wanted me you to drink water. He wouldn't have made my body eighty percent of it found Shaker. All you have to do is do a couple of butterflies and you're mixing your average Dan. Dan Put the Jeff put the drink on aren't super. Oh Kim Dan you provoked him. What do you call this instrument? He put it on trobe. Ah Schiffer of Yes Davenport yes. Let's stop. Let's stop doing a pocket no come John Hart liquid petition was amazing so amazing didn't even it was like at the high water mark yeah I made. I was like Oh poor. Brandon sound systems verb ing he someone said pulled Dietitian and he's repeat repeating it wrong and you're like you're. You're bringing us up to a new level petition. It was good. I mean you know corn and cheese are my specialty it. It was no hardly Quin. Don't you're trying to sabotage because you're jealous. Where's the behind you on this thing? They didn't get it Easter. I go but I'd knock everything over. So where is that Easter stor lucky when you're in a family unit where it's like the after school specials they pour the bottles down the sink triumphantly sometimes. It's a little complicated that you go to the second. You're like Whoa God damn. We're not alcoholics. We should store this somewhere where we can have it just in case we change our mind the one with the problem in the back seat of my car mason jars. Mom's not going to do any Cherry Jelly this just throw him in the back. We're proud tribe Milwaukee ins you would like it there. I believe I love the Midwest especially in the winter. Why because it's cold and dark okay? I'm fine with both those things I didn't that knows dark. I was I was the N._p._R.. Radio lab is they're. They're doing this multi part series about the history of people studying intelligence and the all the problems it's caused throughout history and talking about the eugenics craze being being very soft on eugenics. I feel I don't know about this recently. I really upsetting they soft on Eugen. Yeah these past two episodes. They're like there's this crazy this guy talking about this cool new science. They call it you chetniks. Are we talking about the same thing yeah yeah series the last two episodes they brought it. They've been like really diving EDESSA. The oldest guy invented he's a Nazi like they're not talking about that like it's the distinct links to Nazism like both of those episodes episodes like Jad was like these are Nazis like an aside but that that's that's all the time they spent on it. It's like no that's the whole all it is is these are Nazis Nazi's. You say that once it may be certainly don't want to be the devil's advocate in this conversation but doing because it's literally the devil I'm advocating for ashore but but but I I got the impression I got the impression that they're tr- that they might have been more being more cautious than they needed to be of Godwin's law kind of thing where they're like if we say Nazi not see Hitler Shit every single time we evoke eugenics like we're going to miss an opportunity to provoke thought about the the root of this shit but the root of Nazi but part of their point is at the root of it isn't and I hate to put this fucking Arrow in the worst worst people world's quiver but eugenics was a craze in America right like like like yeah swept through us like right around the yeah the they picked it up and then the Holocaust happened that that's a very important dot to connect for America or is it or is it so hot button that that people stop listening and that might otherwise actually think about well. What all those radio lab no I just I really made me uncomfortable because because it's like you can you can have a bit more context like very interesting stuff? They're discussing but like at the end of the recent one. They're like you know some countries might say it's fine to due eugenic birthing standards and if you don't like that doesn't that make you the real racist and then like he literally said that okay. I didn't hear that one. Who's your imperialist aerialist racist in that context or something like that yeah? It's really interesting stuff. Don't get me wrong. Well Yeah I will I will I I'm. I'd rather have have my needle as sensitive as yours I. I'm afraid of mine getting number. I I've achieved like a sort of fetish now for non divisiveness business which is another way of saying like I listen to these guys the guys that host stuff they don't want you to know and I particularly fetish is they're crazy. Crazy like almost obsessive and highly skilled ability to go into areas that that that traditionally are just like if your decision is to be non divisive than you wouldn't bother to talk about any of this stuff in this area but because they're conspiracy theory kind of podcast they constantly have to go into these areas but they clearly like pride themselves and have said as much at a certain point after I noticed it and then they set at one point I was like Oh okay so this wasn't polluting this. You guys are like the look at humanity's political frailties good bad dark light as a souffle that they're not going to collapse by stomping around it and they kind of like they have a gift for language language that doesn't presuppose particularly anything as they explain things like m. k. ultra and and all the stuff that you'd think would deepest wound with laser lines and stuff and I don't WanNa be that person or rather. I could never be that person so like I wouldn't. I don't think the good version of me makes that a goal but at the same time I listen to these guys on the way to work now and they kind of they kind of bring me this daoist eq piece because they're so smart and they're so interested in such fringe shit and yet they clearly not because they're secretly on the side of the scum of the earth and don't WanNa lose those ratings but because they have some academic belief that proper like exploration of stuff shouldn't necessarily ruffle anyone's feathers yes <hes> they wanna state things in some weird way that like doesn't necessarily like like like like say a Nixon was a bad person. Even they just kind of like it's. That's my kick right now. It's probably a dangerous kick. I should be yeah. I think not wanting right to offend people that are Nazis is part of why we're in the problem. We're having hit. That's necessarily bad for conspiracy theorists but there is this part of it although that you do you get to take a break jor like you don't have to be engaging in this bath times. I think where you can objectively just watch something just to tune the fuck now first second because it's been pretty I think we all can agree that. It's been like an onslaught for two years so I think you more than two years but like three they said more delivery three so I do think I do think you can watch something. It'd be Nazi the heavy industry like for second Kinda just WanNa Watch this thing you know by contrast our nation's president executing the absolutely divisive passive fucking sword like the only thing that I'm taking it from the news. It should be noted that I'm trying to actively avoid news so the shit that gets to me is fucking gravity fed head and it's coming through tons of gravel and like like it's it's. It seems uncanny to me that he is absolutely i. I I agree with what's his fuck. Newt Gingrich is observation that I read about. I know you're bristling. You agree with Gingrich I I agree with Newt Gingrich's observation that what trump is doing right now strategically as he's absolutely has to attempt to define everyone left of Fascist says to as anarchist as socialist he he's he's. He's he's looking at the numbers and he's going like I need to double down on all of the race. Talk and all of the immigration talk good for the base but also what I need to generally due to the people out there who are dangerously trying to walk a tightrope. He's basically looking at them as people who are trying to win some kind of like balance game because there's an and he's shouting shouting in their ear like so you're socialists so your socialist like trying to remove from their heads like he's trying to. He's he wants the next `Bout Oh boy. There's just really boy. I would hate to have my home taken away by people of Color so I'm not I'm not that democratic <hes> I thought about that with a reverse trajectory and I was thinking about for a while there wasn't there a little bit of a push to like wake people of color up to the fact. The Democrats had never actually had their back. You know that cynical kind of thing where there was like that push ago like hey what do you know look these people have never taken care of you and all that itself and that feels like that has been jetson because the numbers just never turned around so now he's like she's condensing all of his strategy on this idea of like he wants you to think that in the game of coke versus Pepsi Pepsi definitively means Alexandria Cortez gets all of your pants like whether you will he needs you to be thinking about that like the same way that you pound home like butter emails Benghazi and all that stuff you just pound home that stuff's not all for the hillbillies all that stuff is to try to scramble the signal of people who might otherwise be tempted to eat a sandwich. Take a breath and vote their conscience to convince them that they're in a war between between like crazy and what I had yesterday yesterday I do. I totally agree with Spencer that people should be vigilant but I also I'm getting to the point where I understand that people probably are suffering some fatigue too but that's why I mean that's why I I understand what you're saying not saying like fetish izing centrism well. I just think it's like really important context in a world where there are white nationalists who are pointing to what they call science to justify their race science and it's like it's an impressive analog that that's what we did for manifest destiny that's how he justified the westward expansion and the trail of tears that followed and then like that like Nazis literally looked at that and they're like well. We're more white than use. You must be on or something and like it. Is this very trackable thing that started in America. It's back in America arguably never left America and they're just leaving that out in perfect contents tends to bring that up because a big part of their unit is it is problematic what these what these I._Q.. Generalities are doing and they do a great job of expressing like the people like for instance the black people can't get their I._Q.. Tests in the public school system because of this court case which is just this weird thing because the I.. Q. Test was used to put put black people in Special Ed when they didn't deserve it and like so they do a good job of talking about the bad elements and even when they're talking about these last two episodes they they were just like to me. It's like it seems doubly important to explain like the historical context of where it's developed and they did that just a tiny tiny bit and I would just like to see you know yeah I totally understand. I picture them sitting in a room and right exactly that's. What do we connect this to today overtly or do we or do we put one spark plug next to another? I don't know sparkplugs work. I don't think they're supposed to they probably make it a wire. They wanted to connect. It looks cool. Do we put one diode next to another hope that let the listener like form it as an editor as a storyteller as a producer. I I would make an argument I it's it's like manner. We're GONNA like it we we have this weird self shaming instinct I if you're if you're at all left of anything you you you kind of tend to come equipped the psych self policing and exploited thing where you're like. Oh was I getting to political. Oh today accidentally like soapbox today they like the other side exact doesn't doesn't have that south police against but they should continue to not have it. That's what makes it the other side and we should continue to have it. I I don't know man. It's like you research like the back in my day when I was a kid and it was like when I wasn't participating in any of the ship there was this whole push the <hes> they they used essentially the same trick on an atomic level which was like accusing the left of controlling the media accusing the media of having a liberal bias and people who go into journalism our number one typically probably in their personal lives probably big fans of freedom of speech. She probably big fans of of of approaching things practically probably big fans of like like society generally as much as they would deny not want it to be a thing. It's probably true that if you major in journalism in college increased chance of your personal politics being liberal however like you also to an increased chance of having a fucking huge power like put that aside probably too much so and it was exploited throughout our history the right has that strategy they they drill down on it. They know that they can accuse the left of being unfair and the left will hear the word unfair and just freeze like a rabbit and then they'll just do whatever ever they want like well everyone's frozen because it's like you just call time out in the game of duck duck goose and then you just say your goose. I don't know that's all right. Politics quarters orders over but yeah I don't know what to talk about. You got any dental warts doesn't own having let's talk about it. You know doesn't Joel McHale own a steakhouse. I was going to ask that downtown with the Russo the Russo brothers yeah what's the deal with that stakeouts brothers clearly sending a message message received. I'm sorry that I wasn't more respectful. I should've taken so they tease the shit out of all those comecon fans with that Choi Knob it clip <hes> that really when I saw the people were like community movie and when I saw the actual clip I was like that's not what that portends. You're just you're just leaving. What you want to be there and then I I was right but because I'm a genius and no one can make me not smart but I used to have to say what about thank you bye would be like Oh Justin Leno community movie made because he's got this huge deal and he's like the fast furious guy I mean now? It's like Whoa that's good. The Russo Brothers being a board and successful successful is the greatest thing that can happen. Is there any theme to his name on it is is he like Mike Ditka and Chicago or Joel McHale sweepstake undertake no. It's I duNno classic supposed to be very good. There is the soup I am all I did the place that I ate at with McKenna Mikhail it is it God damn amazing. It's Hollywood and vine over there a little hard to find a G._p._S. across the street from the Pantheon of A._p.. He Al is that what you get thick bacon. Sorry Rob Shrub like but I mean it's a steak place but it's like super or like. If you want to judge Chichi foodie culture great place to walk into take a photo Oh and like put on your blog and go look at this fucking Shit but if you WANNA have delicious food and or like like take a date and impress the hell out of it is a fantastic tastic plays so over the top like I the steak knives look like throwing knives. They're made of one piece of metal and I was like I thought I was an integral handle or through thing. I've been watching a lot of four hundred fire displayed will key. We'll keep an eye ARCADA. Every time I see him. Go it will key one. I I giggle and I kind of my pants a tiny but and then going through an airport and you see keells like the store has lotions and whatnot I have to take a picture of senator the two people go this store who key so I was taking a fire. It's like chopped but chop took their name because fortunate worship fire hadn't come after China lot more chopping enforced in fire absolutely yeah and the contestants are nicer and help each other they do everyone likes each other. They all look after each sportsmanship for fires just the fucking greatest and they have like a sword later on and it doesn't mean anything it's great. Doesn't you talking about not wanting watch politics and not wanting to turn on the news. Just I and fire just watching people just hammer metal and go. This is all I want. I have asked brokers. I WanNa make a sort and then to buffer that urge. I recommend is thirty. Five milligrams of hoarders Hortas gives me variety. I Jaba Shark tank shirking. I cry to Shark tank hired not going to lie because you bring your child on it. People bring their whole families on a shark tank and be like before I pitch you this thing that takes tops off of cans. I have battled leg cancer fourteen months and then fucking this was the invention that they came up with when they were in the hospital. They just offered like just ask him for twenty grant tasks but but look we talk about reality T._v.. For the rest of the night just to tell you about the steak knives yeah believe me all I wanNA know is more about the last thing I was going to be at a restaurant where the steak knives they're non serrated but so sharp that their steak knives and I took a picture they edged or the Damascus. Where were you guys? I don't know you have to go there but there's nothing you can eat. They're you can just look at the knives on clay. They're gonNA take a knife and bring my own ballistics Demi in there and do a fucking kill tests because Mikhail Maceio news the people there I was I was like these knives are amazing and he's like ask the people about him. Whatever fucking giant biceps the size of a watermelon and fifty one? What do you got the twin sixty but they're I believe they said the steak knives cost six thousand dollars each to make yeah they charge you? If you take lake call the police if you put one in your purse and leave and yes I'm implying that only women's deal implies. You know what it's time to even the scale. The rookie just said we'll Keel but but yeah I mean people are very tempted. Iowa's tempted I was like I want these fucking knives. I was GONNA I wanted to ask about it because I wanted to order them on Amazon or whatever foolish me these fuckers are custom made by Dwarf in the Volcanic Planet of Face Asia and there I think they said they're six grand each which makes sense because they're like. Do you have problems with people get the numbers mixed mixed up because they might have also said there's only six hundred of them in existence and that they're worth something else but sometimes people steal them and they simply call the police piece and the gift the knife back because it's grand larceny. I sell them like if you really want them. I think they'll sell you the salt you like full price and then only have five five hundred ninety nine of them. Well Yeah We. You're acting like you know what that's what I read in like they had like press and stuff but that's the places they eat. I am a big food lover. This guy started food instagram and then I stopped because I got shamed gateway back but started posting up that I once I once the house is furnished and ready. I WANNA start throwing is again. I'm going to be a knife thrower again. Dan I was I was doing aren't you. You've got the money you got the space for it for sure. Let's build a backyard forge on fucking for four weapons in in the backyard. I'm pretty sure if you give me a fucking coal for fucking lay it down right now. I don't know man you gotTa. Keep that heat at but you gotta keep the heat right you gotta you gotta you gotTa. Watch that quench because of the war on you and throw you I'm GonNa throw you in there. Don't you ever water quenched. You Never WanNa quit you. GotTa put it in the oil. What about the burn Tang what is that they would never do burn through you can do that if you've got loads of time but not in our to our run ever works because this is over thank you? The guy's name is Willis and I love him and I wanNA fucking hugging everybody on that show today. Tell you about the episode of orders we watch the other night on the recommendation of orders addict who for ten seasons they texted somebody and they gave us the top four Hulu recommendations like number one was like this so much poop and pee being stored this store the poop in the morning. I was like they said do you have a problem. I was like fuck. No I've seen a million hoarders where there's like. Oh there's poop in your store cares. What sort of vessels Straw literally almost like a guy? I'm gagging watching it. 'cause it's like full-blown <hes> but I I like the Horse poop it was it was it was it was a woman who had it's all there's always a tragic story to it and there was a woman who had lived with her Mama Ma when she moved in with her her mom was a hoarder and her mom was kind of like if whatever I'm not going to see ran out of the poop never got it. There's always there's always there's always this crazy maker where the person is he has to like they have to like it's make or break like they're either willing to like. They just they kind of like they'll come. They'll come up with some thing and like this woman was like because they kept saying to her like you know you know. There's Poop and pee everywhere here and she's like yeah. I know it's but it's also it's like musty. No musty is the really good thing you say when there's Not Poop and pee everywhere but it's still spells in Mason Jars. What's it was like these these water jugs so it was like it was like I guess just yeah even exchange if you get water from Albertsons and you drink it and then you pee and poop and whatever's left of those it was it was voluminous it was crazy? It was just like piles of these individual canisters but the they kept they kept warning her. They're like <hes> like this is this is septic conditions nations and you can't and all that stuff usually you expect the person to be in denial about the danger of the conditions and she was in denial about that and then they started the cleaning process and then after and then there's like the Chiron that said four four days into cleaning processes like whatever her name is. She has a meeting with the people in the backyard and she goes like look guys like all. I'm telling you is get it you cleaning out the whole house. Everything's GonNa go and I'm just telling you keep throwing away. All this food that I have because you're telling me like like probably has poop in. It and I'm just telling you I'm like I need to. I need to eat something from that house. She's the poop and they were exciting. They're like what are you saying that you were like a junkie and that you need one final blaze of glory before the intervention like you want to eat potentially contaminant and she was just sort of say yeah. That's that's what it is. I want to eat food that might have shifted it like she was. It was almost heroically. That's not that's not any hero I've ever worked. It is when you get to the point where you're like. You're like clinging to anything that you're willing to fuck in ladies wonder little nibble. I I find hoarders fascinating because she poops in the food or the food mood. She's got shit everywhere and then there's people like you telling her the it seems like the ladder seasons of hoarders is what they've done now is they've. They didn't want to lose viewers who tune in for the bullying which I don't like I don't like watching people come into a hoarders place and Golic Holy Shit. It's like what the fuck job did. You sign up for you asshole I I I like that like the people that are like clinically trained and like they come they go okay all right so what's going on with the mouse skeletons like valuable to you yeah yeah. No I gotTA keep those otherwise. You never know like it's like these. People are obviously needed help if you want to help them. I just I kind of finish. Is that like I like to judge the judges I but now what they've done in the latter seasons of horrors now's they've broken it into this like ghost hunters as story story where like they'll have extreme cleaning experts spend the night in the house and so they do nate vision like Blair witch Thursday deterred next to me who lease it never cleaned anything induced extreme this old lady soul has been crosed but but they're like cutting back and forth between that and the people that I I I like I am inspired by the idea that you know like I have. I have relations to that breed of dysfunction like I but for the grace of God you know have a place that you can see the floor in <hes> and I've been in places where it's like it. I just I'm yeah I'm endlessly fascinated by the ways that you can be in pain and crazy and the different definitions between total compulsion that you can pull out of and how you you pull people out of it and stuff and I like like for me personally as a guy who is teased a lot for hygiene and stuff like that I I find it. Tremendously we go to that. I like going to that. Well and I've really never met anybody that wanted to watch hoarders as much as I do so I never get to see it that much and I understand. No one wanted to watch. Watch it but I'm like I love that I love watching kind. People who are like prof have degrees in the the amount of pain you have to have in order to get this bad and who in watching them like just just be chill about it and try to reach the person Jason and then watching the person confront their wall like I've I've watched a few and I couldn't really keep going because I think I saw a few where the person person felt tortured by having the clutter removed and it was it was hurtful for them because they're they're. They're losing <hes> a stack of newspapers that never gonNA look at covered and rat droppings but the losing that was like having something ripped out of its yeah it's that's why it's riveting to me because the outcome is always the same. It's like it's it's sometimes it's like okay. We got you you shit. Impede in your house so much that it would cost more to clean it than to tear it down. Your worst nightmare has arrived like we don't even want to sort through it goodbye. You're you're you're gonNA live with your aunt Stephanie now. I thought you were going to talk about Poop Mountain. The horrors of the poop mountain at that's that's why I started gagging. The probably the episode talking about there was a toilet that had poop up to their they restoring it. They decided to stop flushing it storing it. They I just have a gag reflex and they just left the poop toilets just kept growing and there's a picture online look up hoarders Putin and no I'm not sure I literally is a horde of poop. There's a cousin of the show there's an episode hoarders that I saw a long time ago where the prison had like cats in the basement in cages and and I was like the animal ones fucking can't handle this but apparently there's an I can't judge are these people because what do I like but apparently there's a huge audience of people that are like more of the animals and there's like a whole animal hoarders show or it's just like main lining that drug ah who's WHO's dark likely you know because because they're they're identifying with the horror of all those Kaido no oh I don't know and it's hard I I'd be hard pressed to tell you what I'm doing watching it. You know how much of it is me punching down and how much of it is me. You know place like your old <hes> Wilcox place you weren't a horror. You were just messing fucked up enough guy that you know if the neighbor had a plumbing problem I you know I yeah I remember the shame of somebody knocking on my door and being like fuck well. Who's this like you know in like just calling through the people because they can't come in here? They're gonNA call L. something. They're going to call the city. I remember like they're gonNA call mountain dew and Domino's pizza and say this guy should be working for you. I remember I remember like a plumber coming coming in because someone in the neighboring apartment had something wrong with their plumbing and they needed to come to my place and look at my pipes and I had like shh like not actual shit but shit in the sink the cardboard just garbage in the sink. The sink was just full of like just like not even just dirty dishes but just like I wasn't even allowed to go in hardboard and shit like in my sink and like I remember the sound of the plumber just going what the fuck and it's like. I it's yeah that's part of what's interesting to me is like ah I kept doing it like I just got the opposite direction. Now you have this this expansive because because because palace because whatever's wrong with me I'm graced with a circuit board that had an output port on it that that connects to a money machine. I and I think that's part of it. Too Is my guilt like wow I am fascinated with the neuro diverse communities because I feel a little guilty sometimes of like Whoa. Why did I get a fucking just like scratch off off ticket? That's like when you when you're gross you. You don't have to work for a living and everyone like one micron to the side of me or one lithium drip different for me is like I have to live under a bridge in peace. Police are GonNa Shoot Me Lake and I'm like yeah. I'm Kinda kind of like you know. I just like it's just morbid fascination. I guess maybe I'm looking for. Maybe I want to know that they also make bad choices uh-huh yeah but you you you you have a bad choice. was storing the poop baffling. It's like I don't if I if I if I if I didn't didn't get to if I didn't if I didn't get to a level while I was knee deep in pizza boxes and in in in pantyhose and fucking shit alike because there was a room in your place so you you weren't ashamed to let me or rob into your apartment but I was not allowed to go into the bedroom because that was always the mannequin legs were and like yeah like and Jeffrey Dahmer famously before he started eating people like Sauve Mannequin and a window that he still hit all night in the stores that he could steal the mannequin because he was like thinking to himself like if only if I had a mannequin maybe I wanNA hurt people at like it was like an open joke with you guys like this looks like a serial killers layer and and I'm like yeah I'm always thinking about that stuff. I'm like Oh Jeez what separates me and this family tree of of monsters and maybe that's why you know into prison advocacy and stuff not that I'd do anything about it but I'm like how how do we how do we treat our worst people that documentary the pervert park or whatever where it's like every single person there was abused as a child and other the anyways but the the the for the by the grace fucking chaos by the random throws of dice like my being knee deep in all this garbage in hating myself and being ready to <hes> like whatever like resulted in me being able to get an a bigger apartment and then and then hire a housekeeper and so then add a person coming being over every week like you you get to a point where you can afford to hire someone to comes over every week the do your laundry. They wash your dishes. They the swiffer your flory like you're you're done. You can be as much a pig as you want and it's like a video games as you get that upgrade and your fucking done like I'm not tested anymore about what kind of filth I would live if it was up to me to clean up after myself opportunity what's that you are hoarding Opportunity Opportunity. This is not me trying to shame you because you spend a lot of time on hotels you when that's every night shamed. Anybody started the sentence that way J._F._k.. Never famously came out to announce the space program. I'm not trying to shame the country however aw we should go to the Moon J._F._k.. Was Davos sound like that was shaping your impression it. It was a good enough when I stayed hotel like I unpacked my suitcase and when I leave I cleaned the hotel almost completely before I leave but I've seen you check into hotel and instantly. There's just debris everywhere like your suitcase explodes into a cataclysm of underpants socks and shoes and like I. I don't know if you're going back to when McGrath either together or if that's because I am solo like that fat but music key master gatekeeper of we would just somehow just yeah we both were like thirty. We'll check into a hotel in Scotland and we just got there and I would knock on your door and and and there was just there was not a single bit of floor that was not covered it in suitcase material like whatever you had packed it was just like I don't know how you how how you got there that quickly. It looked like you were sitting nancy but just in a hurry just sitting Nancy but in a hurry I mean I for my yeah I alone in a hotel. Do you ever check into a hotel alone that same way or if I'm in a hotel alone I'd throw my Duffel bag down if you know I'm only like I'm on a I'm on a journey journey into darkness if I'm alone so I'm actually ironically probably a lot cleaner because I'll just put the bag down and there's been trips where I'm like. I ooh three days in New York head back to L._A.. Oh I guess I never unzipped this bag. Just just flying home with my time time I got shingles pretty sure just like didn't didn't sleep that much never the bedspreads perfectly clean you bounce a quarter of it because I slept half on the floor of my head wedged behind the alarm clock. I like me it. There's a drawing room on every corner. Yeah I live in hotel. I love the idea that I I staying at a hotel for three days. Say I will put the do not disturb on the whole time because I don't really make that much of a mess. I don't need new towels every moment like I could use the same town for three days and it'll be alright. I can sleep in the same bed. I'm the same way yeah but I do like the idea that if in the event that I've ever had to stay data hotel for like a couple of weeks the idea that you do okay mess within twenty dollar bills they leave him all over the new hoarders episodes it's like a big rich monster exploded the best is canada because the moment you get to canada you're instantly have four pounds bounds of coins in your pocket because they love metal money there and i think the housekeepers there must just love it because you just like fuck all this shit and there's like thirty dollars coins found like ten tunis that i love the two and as linear as you've got the whole thing all right so next segment we tried to run a tight ship here nine thirty it's time for make it can make yup spencer what's what's what's going on with you saying hello to your friend i i liked this segment let's get nothing's going on oh span san let's go and time to check in with spencer van der mich time to learn about him manchester alert about 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rare opportunity to keep not on board the same people have to do the same thing again and they get to improve in their own ways like like and it's just it's just streamlined amazing eh when i bumped into like when i go to star brinson bumped into dominic or some of the animators and whatever they're all just like they have a giant smile on their face which doesn't seem like they're going into the coal mines to go do a hard job really happy about it that's what makes me feel good as genuinely does seem like people are excited about the show they liked the show and they like working on it like gotta i've never really made a show outside request so i don't i don't know if that's normal or not normal but it definitely feels cool it's it's extraordinary my fiance although she was a she she she had a show before but she was working with partners 'cause she just finished wrapping her ten episode thing for qube and it was remarkable going to the wrap party and i've seen the same thing with your leadership that people are just so grateful to have clarity and vision at the top and you know cody will sometimes say to me like well you've done this more than me what do you think and i'll go you know we're not all i've done more than you is what you've done but so differently that we're not i don't have more experience than you anymore why like i've watched cody confront certain situations politically creatively where it's like you're in post and then somebody's somebody's like they've got notes in someone else's got notes in the way that people handle things and stuff like my only experience is in this sort of like i don't know this kind of thing where i'm like like yeah you know i got to nip that in the bud i'm going to have to tell ralph that he's not allowed to be in the edit bay anymore this very like like cut and dry like you know not not to be too hyperbolic but there's almost mafioso kind of thing where it's like we're at war and this is an army the war is with lack of entertainment and we're in army and i'm the general enroll it's not i've come to learn all too late that it is that is not the right way to get things done there's way more it's like being a hub of wheel you actually are dealing with more shit not less shit you're not macarthur at the top like someone can be turned into dust for questioning where you park your tank it's like you're in the middle of it getting paid the most and so there's a bunch of people like worrying about shit and you radiate outward calm and leadership and stuff like that i've seen cody do it and seen you do it and the difference in how the production it goes and it translates into dollars and cents being saved and you should be very proud of yourself your great showrunner thing is is dead it's a real skill skill it's not a it's it's it's it's it's it's something that just you're just good at i was very lucky david r line producers very good and also we have dominic who jeff mentioned engine he's like this big time guy from simpsons and king of the hill and stuff so we had a lot crepe people rick and i went out and was doing my came over to starboard for a meeting or something like that or doing other podcasting and some of your i won't say employees but like some of your your crew in like animators susan directors and whatnot they they looked over annoying let's the guy from tv i forget her name i forget one of the animator she's she's like maybe she's editor but she's like like rosie i won't remember i'm sorry but a bad with names but she was like she looked like she couldn't they've been happier to be on the job on that thing so that has to that has to be a trickle down thing from the top of people like liking to show up for work and being proud out of what they're creating yeah it's really cool this season we got we got matt gourley we got kate makuuchi we've got tiny newsom we got reggie watts we got joel kim booster we got jared logan we got darcy carded we got just mckenna we got karl tar we got tom kenny and really nail it just jessica canada's episode she was she the legal thing yeah it was like a legal without doing spoiler i don't know how much i can spoil but there is a thing that i think was accidental that she she hap happened to be a legal like a courtroom scene and i don't think that was by design right that she wanted to get mad because he obviously you did a great skeleton lawyer on harman town right but he couldn't make it for that episode we've got josh mccann she went to law school and one of the most plus she's like a mock courtroom devastating improv of like what the fuck like how did you it was a tour de force really was i just i saw her recently and like that was outstanding great her bike has great holy shit yeah it's a good thing and then the top kenny of course is just he's his own yeah yeah it's gene he he's not really feels like it escalates like towards the end and he really he screaming in the end of the episode and it's like man what a great with fish finish off the top carrying high-seas now is anybody yeah it's he he sings like a soul singer like he's like otis redding sam cook and he he has a giant band three women backup vocalist or great there's a bunch of horns they all have captains hats on and he he just screams for living never loses his voice like he spongebob doing soul music is very hollywood's lifetime get he's going to be standing outside gates as the rest of it breaks down behind him and he's going to be one he's such an odd character on the chessboard of l._a. we're having dinner just ran into him him and jill talley as wife was awesome also just like sitting next to them it's just like he he he has his ability to really make a q. happy and i it doesn't seem like a put on his he just has childlike glee and one of those guys that you'd have every opportunity to like second guess his glow and go like well that must come at the cost of being disingenuous somehow or like you're so on i don't think he's ever been on this show as he we they should bring todd while i'm thinking of it levy this phone you're not with with your girlfriend photograph andy killer kindles back the indy killer and and tom i'm kenny on in respect to some religion like are the are the gandalf and saruman of kindling he's so d- goes so dark but anyways also we got we got dave foley he wants to be on the show to see him again i i saw mark mckinney in san diego and when he was there with his fully adult son it's so weird delay look like colleagues people that people that you admired when you were a kid and then you're like mckinney mckinney and i are both the same puffiness where the same age i really like like hanging out with the guide he's a delight and like i've a ran into him in san diego and then and then went to see tom kenny at the farmer's market and scott thompson's walk scott confidence there i guess it's like the we we did a show in winnipeg with a fully and the who's live anyway thing and that's where kevin mcdonald lives kevin came to the show we brought him on stage and i sat in the green with them and i just hugged him and he instantly just hugs you back he's like he's is everything you want out of kevin mcdonald he's just a little love bug it's really good there's all used to hate each other but neither heated each other canadian dan they maybe they share a bus one time well i think some of them got along but some of them hate each other now they've lived of whatever like like like they they all definitely like each other going down like being atlanta was dave foley and he's sober now he's been sober for like seven eight years ending ending up oh yeah i was arrested there i i passed up there it was arrested dave foley kind of remembering where he was bitten in the world before turds great thank you sir i will say it's like dave and scott <unk> are like when you look at their faces i don't know if scott thompson drinks a lot but like that face app thing that was going around where it's like all all it does is just like you know it doesn't like the those guys both they just it's like okay clearly you're older put at the same time like it's that none of the bad things it's simply just <music> adding like lines of distinction but the same shape as they still have a weird kind of childlike cherubic kind of thing going on on our aging the way we'd all i think if that's not important also your body's not important i heard that was the russians yeah shout out to all you people as i share you're my i'm like oh here's a pic of me or video be diving into my pool thank you so much everybody for your constructive criticism about my body from the people i think i skip leg day to the people that think that my legs are great and i need to work on my upper body to the people that just want to say i look like a caramel apple will a ton a ton of people being like fucking awesome and just going like like like i don't want to say what you should say but what i i would say to you if i was your virus following you and you were like here's me jumping in a pool and i had anything to say i'm pretty sure i would either say you look fucking fucking great like i love you or shut the fuck up i just think it's a but i think it's amazing all the people wunderlist dude you need to fucking work on your thighs and your legs like you click on every single word of their names not that i've done this always a locked account always always because they're so proud of physical beauty and they they're so focused on it that they love their life and they can't wait to celebrate <hes> the shape of their body and they that's why they have a lockout and they just go and comment other people's pages your legs are too skinny you know what every rebid of carbon dioxide that you exhale turns into fucking oxygen through me i'm a plant apparently you're drunk mammal <unk> moments running out of things to say you actually might be caramel apple i may be a caramel apple look i did notice it to do a little it's a little odd i think it might be a little bit of field of view thing like i definitely like i think it's a combination of that would not dieting drinking whenever i want but still working out and like lifting and stuff like that plus just like but surprisingly we were in the pool playing pool sports where we took some of their dogs like tennis ball like little chew toys and we were just pitching it around and your hand eye coordination is fantastic you got baseball players there's like mitt on you're playing catch is fun and a pool but if it's on land it'd be like fuck you bully fall really fun about it you're throwing because miss it you get to go swim over to it's it's exciting it's really good i'm so sunburned right now i'm just pink i i like my upper my upper body is sorry sorry to cool caitlyn you're saying twenty minutes what happens did you just roaster i get i'm pink right now from ten minutes of my sunscreen wearing off under the stage lights i actually got he rash on my legs reading calvin donogh in hobbes's a kid in my bathroom i didn't realize that there was a heat lamp above me and i was just reading because it was the only place to get away from my family who i love and who are all elbino that's just my brother and sister i realized something was wrong when i could get he could get a burn from that yeah put on sunscreen so it's not just u._v. light that gets you it's any kind of everything's direction radiation anything i'm not a fan man did you did anybody happen to see the is your news algorithm the same as mine where you get that fox news story about the british girl that was snorkeling and cuba no click at your peril it's fucking crazy what happened i actually she's lived there's just a photo of i've never it's just a british girl who's fair skinned who was down in cuba and she swears she put on a million she she knew she was fair skinned and put on all the sunscreens that's like your instincts victim blaming like kicks in but it's like she's her parents are like i'm telling you i know teenagers don't listen but i we kept saying put onscreen and she kept doing it and she snorkeled for an hour and like thirty damn horror show jeez i never i didn't know you've just described my worst fears it looked she said she's she was getting on the plane to go back to england and she said it felt like there were water balloons on my back because of water balloons honor back duke you can't imagine it to extremely like like whatever you could conjure in your height we water balloons on a person but i don't know i don't i understand that this poor girl i mean bless her heart lake she's viral because she did have bothered to a facebook post you'd think like an adolescent girl would be the inherently ashamed because something went wrong with the way she looks or whatever and but she's like the reason she's viral and it ends up on fox news is because she was i felt like the tone of her posts was like she really wanted to make sure this didn't happen to anybody else maybe cry a little bit because i've been through enough awfully actually really be careful because it's subtext 'cause she'll up there's no i want to know how she's doing doing i feel a kinship she's okay she's okay she's she she may be permanently whatev- she's getting permanently anything that like she's healing okay she's i can't i'm where did you grow up what's your what's your hometown i was born here when i was eight i moved to northeast washington right under canada and by idaho also because of the cloud cover or what we grew up like it was ninety-two when we move so we had those big earthquakes in my parents were kinda like we grew up here and fuck it uh-huh everybody else moved up to so pool parties the beach always out of the question was just bring my umbrella i like to go outside as long as i'm not in direct and i'll do ten minutes with one hundred proof on on and lay out there and be like yes from the gorge where you i was four hours from the gorge great show yeah amazing gorge but i loved it up out there because winters were about six months and it was dark at four p._m. and everybody else was sad for some reason which i don't understand and <hes> it was great and it was a great a place to be a god i can't wear velvet in l._a. there's no way because he told me about a baby i wear suits i have seventeen suits that don't ever get out of the closet because it's too hot i'm very similar have a closet full of them in yes i have to travel and i'm like yes right oh i'm going to sweden i can bring all my cool shit kaelin always amazing suits it's amazing other right my wife him go way back she's she knows a bunch of people and and she's like i punched above my weight and we came here for the first time in brandon comes out he was contrary when you were sick with your throat and she's a kibe randomly what what are you doing how do you know him and i i'm not jealous or anything because they were lovers once i'd be fine with it but listen <hes> you don't have to wait my cuck i find also kidding your work is so wonderful that'd be my favorite i say what you want uh-huh i love her she's great that's what i'm going to say we worked on a show together called taxicab confessions and it was a nightmare and we weren't south padre audrey and we were drivers so it was a driver like shiite my wife and him not me yeah i didn't i didn't drive because i was like yeah so they they're they're not real cab drivers know they're t._v. personalities at the time they were like sort of mtv young sort of hip like <hes> dude salad h._b._o. show or they just chirp about their lives it's always like sort of a bootleg version of that i think ars was for i think elvis for m._t._v. but it could have been the h._b._o. one i'll be honest we tried to do a sketch v._h._1.'s get show that channel on inspired inspired taxi boat confessions were you were you part of that did you it was just like it was such a waste of money because the joke didn't land but it was like it's just people getting into a boat to go across the lake and the boats and this is going to cost isolate to sleep with a married woman because i can't hear him over the voter engaged in adultery right yeah that's part of the joke and then the other is it's just a lake so you have no time to okay we're here her resurrect that good there was really no way to couch that sketch i thought it was funny idea uh any who good interventional cape acceptable t._v. yeah cutting room floor anyways these guys wow and then and then i went to a bunch of kaelin shows he's amazing singer band is amazing two brothers and a bangkok it's actually just me now i'm narcissist was a budget but now it's just kaelin chase 'cause i got sick of talking talking to people and it's really it's in fucking credible okay so can we do a musical version of your favorite movie to close the show chair okay what's you pick a movie that would be boogie nights nights okay that's all right give us some a 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Droid Life Show: Episode 209 - Welcome to Wireless Canada

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Droid Life Show: Episode 209 - Welcome to Wireless Canada

"Guys welcome back droid life show today episode two Oh nine. It is Friday July twenty six heroes Kelly Tim Tim set again. Is it going to here so thanks for joining US joining us on this fabulous Friday big show because Wilson huge news just dropped T. mobile and sprint got approval from the Department of Justice to emerge and dish will step up to try to be the fourth new big U._S. carrier <hes> so we gotta talk about that of course there's just general news to run through Pixel four stuff lots of note ten stuff the return of the galaxy fold. Maybe the biggest news of officers a new Video Shield T._v.. On the way we WANNA laugh at red hydrogen phones for a little bit talk about the story there and then of course we have Trivia Trivia at the end of the show as we always do and for prices. Is this week anchor the fine folks inker are giving away five of their rove bolt car dungle Google assistant thing what what exactly do you call that like what's the category of the Rove Bolt well. It's a it's a smart car charger. I guess it is a smart car charger and I guess that is the best way to put it. Google assistant equipped Karcher so if you have a car that doesn't have android auto in it no touch screen things or any any of that stuff you still want assistant the Rove Bolt will do that. He's plug it in to your little lighter socket thing and <hes> shout away all the Google Assistant Commands Yeah and if you have a newer car and you happen to win this prize give it to give it to your father your mother who doesn't have a smart car and and they can benefit from it. It's a great gift so and if you don't feel like shouting Google assistant stuff you just use it as a charter because it does exactly solvable so little guy so we have we have five of those from anchor to give away during Trivia. If you're new around here with you trivia at the end of every show hang around. If you want you might have a chance to win one of those fine fabulous anchor road bold prices are cool. Let's let's let's go right into the T. mobile sprint stuff so this just came across this morning so T. mobile and sprint as you guys know have been trying to merge for a while now <hes> they want to create a new carrier called New T. Mobile. I'll just weird like how long are they going to stick with. The Name New T. mobile hopefully not too long so that's what they want to create. They think it will allow them to quickly build out a five G. Network. That'll be better than everyone else's create a bunch of jobs add to the U._S.. Economy or something like that I mean they have some. They have some ideas where they think like this will really really be beneficial. The problem is that it brings us down to three carriers Verizon A._t.. Not and then now new t mobile and as many of pointed out over the past year that brings us more in line with Canada who has three carriers and Canada's wireless care situations not the best because you only have three carriers competition expensive plans three year contracts on phones more expensive. I mean it's it kind of sucks so I think people think we're going to turn into Canada so that's kind of where the hold there's been is down to three networks not enough competition so to get approval what T. Mobile and sprint of done is in a way partnered with dish and sold some of their assets. Mostly of sprints wants to dish so the dish can become the new fourth carrier <hes> to be honest. I'm not sure how that's going to actually happen because sprint has had already built out like how many millions of customers Zimmer thirty forty millions of customers and a network across the U._S. and they couldn't compete so I don't know how dish starting out in Twenty nineteen twenty twentyish is going to all of a sudden build out a successful network work across the country that can compete with these other now three giant ones so yeah. That's that's an interesting part of it. So how that'll work is dishes buying up spectrum from sprint. They're also buying all of their prepaid businesses which amounts to nine point three million customers still have some sprint spectrum all of their prepaid carrier customers and the dish has a whole bunch of their own spectrum that have been buying for years and just not using as far as I know and they'll use that spectrum they already owned to build allowed their own five G. Network which they've said they're gonNA build out by twenty twenty three so that's four years for NASA June. I think it's June fourteenth twenty twenty three if dishes not built out a five G. Network that covers seventy percent of the U._S. population they have to start making voluntary payments to the U._S.. Treasury <hes> of up to two point two billion dollars so and again those are voluntary momentary contributions. I should say so yes so the situation is T.. Mobile and sprint just got approval to merge <hes> there are some states fighting it. I believe I don't know how successful they will be to try to block. There are some states that are trying to block this but the Department of Justice says no you guys are cool as long as you do all this stuff with dish and dishes committed to all this stuff so that's kind of where we're at. I wrote up like a recap a year ago. Oh kind of touched on what what the whole goal and plan is here and it's like sprint has a whole bunch of mid band spectrum that T. mobile thinks they can use to build out this massive Gino work in a hurry and we've seen that a little bit with sprint already like they've deployed Loyd five gene and number in network or cities and their networks bigger than Verizon A._T.. And T. in those cities so that is true and they'll combined with all of their other holdings to create this five now where they say they're going to create a bunch of jobs and they won't have to close to many stores. I don't think and things like like that and that they won't raise prices right. What did they say they won't race for? How many years was like three threes? I think I think it was three so they're not going to raise prices for three years but they're also promising lower prices in general. There's a lot of promises is that they have to live up to and I mean I'm not going to try to predict the future on that but I mean oftentimes in these mergers. I don't know that everyone always holds up their end of the bargain. So kind of where we're at today we are very very close to having a big three carrier setup with dish saying they will also become one which I have my doubts on and I don't know that it'll be excellent for customers but again that's me trying to predict the future which which I will turn out to do at this time but have my doubts there as well as a T. mobile customer. I'm really just interested in how this will affect t mobile Tuesdays with all these <hes> clubbing sprint customers. Joining winning are <hes> prestigious network. I'm concerned that T. mobile may not have the funds or the new T. mobile may not have the funds to give everyone you know free pizza free swag and all that so that's really my main concern because how many customers they have if they merged like eighty million already right eighty million if they combine eighty million times one free pizza. That's got two trillion dollars so so I'm a little nervous about the free stuff other than that in addition sprint's network is going to sort of you know change anything at least in terms of where I live I think I've tried most carriers in my house and I think they all suck so I feel like I need to get one of those network booster things but what a pain I think when it comes to five G. their network will actually be really good because they are one of the few that has all of the band's needed to create the ultimate five G. Networks. I think you'll be surprised I know what you're saying because their network sucks everywhere although somebody rated at recently being really great in Portland sprints and I think you and I it's like I don't even want to try like I think five G. They have all of the necessary stuff and things to create like a really. They really good five G. Network but but I I don't know that I believe that they will raise prices the minute that three year mark is up or they said we won't raise prices like you cannot tell me they're not going to go three years or up. We built a really expensive network now. You'RE GONNA pay for it. You can't tell me that's not exactly what's going to happen as I think Ben. Jacob said he just said you know there's some evil Sh- is that's going to happen after that only matter yes. I think we all feel that way. Well is it I believe if they invested that much into the the network. It's warranted than just as verizon has done. You know if you invest in the network and the network truly is good then it's worth paying for. I think that's why people stick with verizon right coverage the reliability of the network so if you have variety and level apple reliability network coverage then you gotta pay for that and that's <unk> capitalism baby and look if they build the best network in charge a premium for the best network. I guess I don't have a huge problem with that because like you said if you want the best you've sometimes have to pay for the best but they've you know Kinda addressed everything up and there's lower prices overall. We aren't going to raise prices all this stuff so you know I don't trust anyone and then the wireless industry so again I have my doubts. Brandon in the chat acid will dish only have a five G. network so what they're going to do is they've agreed to turn their six hundred seven hundred megahertz spectrum into five G. so they're going to build five G. with their current spectrum holdings things and then they bought some sprints to do whatever with I think it's low band stuff from sprint and then they are created a licensing deal with new T. mobile so they're L._T.. Network is going to run on new T. mobile network and then when they're five G. launches they're still going to be able to use new T. mobile network for like seven years and then even if they launched their five G. which they're supposed to in the next four years you're going to be able to go between new Tibo will network and dishes five G. Like they're independent so they're going to be on new T. Mobile for seven years possibly another three after that so upwards of ten as far as I understand it <hes> so yeah you'll you'll be able to access T. Mobile's network <hes> going forward if you're if you become a dish customer if you're a current like sprint prepaid person on boost virgin and you and you're going to become a dish customer you're GonNa actually stay on sprint like all the current customers stay on Sprint's old network and and then new customers will all beyond new T. mobile network just as a dish customer. If that makes sense wow yeah it's all kind of very confusing but Bazeley dishes going to build a five G. Network and they say they're gonNA do so in four years but they'll use sort of as backfill Phil around that new cable network so yes yeah. That's kind of like the basics of it. I've been trying to like put down every little list list of detail I can that might be worth talking about and I think that's kind of mostly. It dish will basically be an M._v._p.. Eno On new T. mobile so it's like like well I shouldn't say visible. It's like like any prepaid networks straight talk right there in 'em via no and they use eighteen to your verizon's network so dish will be or Google fi their envy eno on top of Sprint T. Mobile in U._S._A.. Cellular so dish will be an M._B._a.. No basically a prepaid thep setup on new T. mobile's network and then they'll have their own five G. on top of that once they build that <hes> dish will have options to lease retail spaces that have basically been shutdown or unused from this new t mobile merger so they'll of retail sites and they're going to acquire seventy five hundred retail sites the also have access to unused cellular sites as well to help with their network so there's a lot of stuff going on there dish really is going to try. They become the next big network starting with nine point three million customers so peculiar yeah unless unless dish can bring out the like stupid pricing like twenty five bucks for unlimited data like I don't know how they add a bunch of customers. You know what I mean. You're a new network and no one. I don't think has any like trust in your brand as a wireless network because you're new so I don't know how you add customers on top of the nine million yeah and less you do some crazy things with. The price so we'll see how they do <hes> Brandon Johnson and the CHASTA's gotTa be honest always thought you guys were t mobile Schillt's because of all the pink Oh actually no we were verizon gills for a really long time big time we use for ice pink. The story behind the pink is mostly just because at the time droid life was created every other android related blog was like I have to make my blog look android green and I was like that's dumb. Let's do the opposite opposite N._B._A.. Obnoxiously pink that's really where the ping came from like that is the reason it's pink and then it just stuck because it's cool yeah I mean we were Motorola. droid blog initially only and then everyone got got mad when we started covering the incredible in then we expanded to the whole droid range for a couple years where only verizon stuff and then we started slowly merging and adding on stuff from other cares and here we are today and we like pink dammit and Big Da Bomb D-o-n don says pink is cool so anyway. That's a little sore story on the pink <hes> so yeah so dish will try to be number four. We'll have verizon eighteen not going anywhere aware and <hes> new T. mobile who already has eighty million customers because they've combined in that still short of rising A._T. and T. by the way but they're right there so nice I mean you know I'm just glad lab. We can stop talking about it. We've been talking about this for over a year the whole T. mobile and sprint merger and it's it's not a jeopardy. It's almost about to be approved. It's not GonNa be approved and then as soon as it's as soon as it's approved. I get this huge list of reactions from conservative leaders for some odd reason conservative seem very happy about this because we're we're in a war. It's a race to five G._E.'s China and the rest of the world so anything anything that gets US closer to the finish line of five. G. Is a good in the eyes of the G._O._P.. So I'm happy <hes> SNEAD mobile Texas New Team Eleven Hundred Twenty Mil is that True Does T. mobile already have eighty they the numbers from Wall Street Journal all this morning said that when combined they would have eighty okay so because Verizon A._t.. And T. both only have roughly a hundred million so I'm just looking at T.. Mobile's press release to see if it actually says because I don't think they said there's do do does not say does not say so. I don't know we're also talking probably just postpaid aide cellular customers rather than like yes sprint has fifty four eighty two at Noida merger. I don't know so I'm a huge fan of math. Math is tough when you're live on her. Now I was just we were just reporting. What the Wall Street Journal AB WE ASSUME Their Numbers Wall Street Journal definitely a left flaine outlet had to assume their numbers are accurate so yeah either way they will be right there with eighteen with cries and variety? I think that's the main importance is art. Let the still only going to be third though there's just no way they're going to have more than A._T.. And T. because they are still going to be number three even with three and four combining so I don't know. I don't know where you're getting your numbers. We'll have to look that up to confirm okay anyways. Let's switch gears out of there and talk about <hes> Pixel for something. That's actually someone interesting <hes> so was it this week we got <hes> murder. Sorry cad renders of the end of last week this week of the Pixel four so previously I think on the last show we talked about cad renders for the four exile and the movie last time it was just the four now we have the four I I can't keep track either way on leaks is back with more cad renders based off schematics that he stole from a factory in China or something like that and I'm just kidding by the way somebody sent stolen schematics to him probably which he then turned here we go. He didn't steal anything somebody else did there. That's clarified so it. The new images are only significant in that they show the two phones side by side. You can kind of see size comparison. <hes> it's still the square camera thing on the back the forehead up top on the Front Little Chin on the bottom very googly as far as size goes. They're very similar in size to the three and three X._l.. They are mostly the same width in hand just just taller and it's probably because of that forehead which houses a couple of cameras some new sensors possibly the soul de projects solely sensor where you can do some gesture stuff which I also believe we talked about in the last show <hes> so that those showed up this week and it gives you probably the cleanest look yet of what these phones will potentially look like where everything's at. We've talked about these quite substantially. They look fine. They don't look like they're pushing any design boundaries they still I still look very googly. There's no notches which is a good thing after last year that just look fine. They look like Google phones. It's kind of all I think they're yeah. They look they look Kinda boring. I mean it's just a it's just black and white little candy bars smartphones. Nothing too crazy. Yeah Gary says I need to front facing speakers so that's one of the changes this year. We're not gonNA front and facing you'll have a top or front facing and then a bottom and that's how everyone's doing it pretty much this points is there another phone that actually has to forward-facing outside of the razor phone two or something everyone doing one top forward award one bottom right pretty sure read hydrogen one has to forward so don't forget about that <hes> yes. How could I forget about that lovely phone all right so anyway that's Pixel for news? There's nothing really new. There are other than that in Pixel three eighty news though pixel three a still rockin the three a a drop to the actually my kid swatted out of my hand the other day and it went face down and shattered everywhere. What did you do to him so we were talking to my dad's his Grizz grandpa rates and he does this thing where like my dad kind of like gives him some shit right while we're like on the phone like jokes to them and he doesn't handle the jokes very well as a five year old and so he thinks it's funny to slap at the phone we're doing a video chat and just whacked it and we weren't inside? We were outside normally if he does that it lands on carpet or something or couch but knew he was payment and it shattered anyway pixel three news <hes> Google reported q two earnings yesterday and said that we doubled pixel shipments or sales shipments whichever word they use their <hes> two times year over year. The only reason that's worth pointing out is because it q one they reported lower sales of Pixel phones year-over-year so they jumped up and q two two two times and we're basically saying that's because the pixel three A. and three eggs L. came out and people like to buy cheaper phones often and and also get a boost in your numbers whenever you release a new phone anyway so it's not like sheet yeah. It's all a huge moment for google to be like our numbers are so amazing. It's like well. No you released a new phone which always boosts a quarterly sales unless you're L._G.. And and then it's cheaper so people buy cheaper phone so that's good for Google <hes> now. We'll see if that's stains like next quarter. Keep three before the Pixel four shows up. We'll see themselves. Hold up because we don't Q. Four. They'll get a boost because the pixel view. It's just how it works right it is that it works <hes> so cajal pixel three. I still like the Pixel three a still never never even held one ever seen one in person. It's a nice little aplastic phone actually switched to the galaxy s ten e again this week for a while like I used it for awhile. It's pick the S ten e backup. I really like it and then like a day and a half into using it. That's them button didn't fingerprint power Button Combo makes me want to again punch a wall. It is such infuriating experience and I know people disagree with me and they think it's a great setup where your fingerprint reader is in a power button. That's at the very top of the phone it. It is not that's why they don't review phones because they would have opinions like that. We can't allow that it is not a good experience. It needs a dedicated power button and then it could have a separate fingerprint sensor. Just on the side like Motorola did yeah I think the Z. Three last year something like that that is the correct setup if you're not gonna put it in the display or in the back just throwing that out there yeah all right so speaking of Samsung News <hes> big galaxy note ten talk doc this week well last night Samsung announced that reservations are open for the no ten. They didn't call it the no ten they've actually said No. We know yes the next galaxy you can reserve. Even though you supposedly don't know what it is by reserve. I just mean put your name in a hat so that they email you the day reorders go live so then you can actually preorder. It's not like a big deal that said they said preorder going live on the seventh again for a phone they have not announced announced yet. preorder go live on the seventh which is today. They'll announce the phone and then if you do get in those reorders and you get in this reservation system early you should have your phone the earliest to be able to order the earliest and all that stuff and your phone should arrive by August twenty-third which is a Friday which is exactly win Samsung always releases their phones like two and a half weeks from the day they announce it so August twenty third is looking like retail day for the galaxy note ten <hes> what's crazy though is they're doing a six hundred a dollar off trading offer so for the last two years I think well maybe longer than that but at least the last couple of launches like the no nine I think they did was at five hundred off. I think for the no nine and then the S. ten they hey did five fifty off and then for the note ten. They're now doing six hundred off depending on what you trade in and as you guys know Samsung Trading Program is the six hundred off at the time you order not down the road. They send you a gift card like they take it off and then you send your phone in later so they'll give you six hundred off. If you have an s ten s ten s ten e Detroit in or a note nine. They'll also give you three hundred offer an S. nine nine plus or not eight but for six six hundred off phones they'll also give you six hundred for a pixel three and a Pixel X._l.. Or some iphones the three three exile seems kind of no brainers assuming you're you don't love your Pixel three and you want to get into a no ten then you could buy a pixel three brand new right now for six hundred so if you have a used one that you've been using for almost a year because the phones almost a year old I mean getting six hundred bucks for your used. Pixel three is unheard. There's no way you're GONNA sell a pixel three for six hundred hawks so if you have a pixel three may want to consider that however when the pixel four com San or google usually does a pretty good trade deal if you trade in a pixel the last pixel so maybe hang onto it's up to you but six hundred office is quite substantial Stachel. Do we have any sort of pricing for the no ten we don't really right. We've really heard any rumors around that. At all six hundred dollars off things gotta be expensive not that in like you know the the the phones that they're giving six hundred dollars at four were expensive so I guess people deserve a little bit of money bag for their their purchase but I mean this guy to be well. There's two right this so my next hot. Take Doc is going to be how Samsung is watering down the galaxy note line which is totally pissing me off as like an old school note user was like that was like the phone now you got it no ten in no ten plus not a fan <hes> not GonNa Happen on my watch. Samson well not only that the no ten according to leaks posted a bunch of specs and I believe win future follow that are knows wind future that had it but full H._D.. Display on the regular no ten the note ten plus with the quality so when you're talking watering down I agree with that the no ten full each D. and a six point three inch display. Get Out of here Samsung unacceptable. We can't be doing that yet so the note needs to represent something and it represents superiority over all. Perio- smartphones so as my next piece probably GONNA come out next week anyway this phone. It's got to be expensive but when you factor in that there's that that weaker full H._d.. Six point three option. I guess it's going to be what eight hundred dollars dollars I mean. It's going to range and the range is going to be massive because then we're also talking about the five g. one this thing the fi the galaxy note ten plus five g what verizon excluse that's got to be like a six hundred dollar phone wholesale sure I sure sixty yeah I don't know is the Kin Samsung Price. A ten eighty p displayed blade phone at a thousand bucks can't really do that right you can't I will find them and I will destroy them like they. They can't do that. They can't be doing that. Let's say they do we think what starting stores might be to fifty six and eight Gig Ram possibilities so if they go a thousand you do the six hundred dollar trade and you're getting a no ten for four hundred bucks. That's not bad but we're talking the baby. Were that's come on so hopefully it's eight fifty or something eight hundred fifty and then you get tent with a tree two hundred bucks. I mean that's bad assuming they don't yeah yeah. The I know like we ran a poll on this and I think we should I can actually maybe well no. He was rent a question of the day on this but like we asked her do you care Quad H._d.. Or Full H._D.. Because apparently the no ten is gonNA come quality full. I don't care either way. I've been using full H._D.. Phones I think for the majority three of my last couple of years so I don't really care the only thing is as you mentioned the no ten it's supposed to be the everything phone and not only are they giving me the headphone Jack but ten eighty p display dropper how many how many nodes in a row of had acquired H._d.. Display now you're just going to be like well. Here's like a slightly cheaper. One with a lower risk screen like that just seems dumb. That's what the note is supposed to represent known there also a up reportedly saving the expandable storage for the plus version as well. I mean what are they. You're you're you're dividing up this. This fan base essentially of galaxy note users these loyal people stuck with you through car car bombs and all this other stuff. This is <hes> it's offensive to say the least so and I'm not being I'm not exaggerating. This is a this is crazy and I don't know why people aren't more up in arms about there being Lina plus an irregular note ten. Will you just need to lead them on on that on that. Follow Me Brita lead to yeah yeah so we got some specs this week peak and yeah. That's where we're getting the full H._D.. Versus Quad H._D.. What else was new in that not much thirty six hundred million are battering the small guy Ba- Guy Forty three hundred million our we don't really know if there's a difference between the five G. version right and the plus like with the ten plus the five G. Like there's differences there display size and different battery and camera and all that stuff so it would necessarily know if that's going to be the case with the five G. but yeah like now that you say like it's a little water down like with you doesn't feel quite as spectacular? You're going to have to spend thirteen hundred dollars on the plus because the no ten is now how I think someone mentioned like an l._g.. Stilo oh shave shade. No I think the problem is is that Samsung realizes that to put everything in it to make the phone the note a truly a note phone. It's expensive as hell. It's thirteen hundred plus or something. They're like not everyone can afford that so maybe we've got a water it down a little big if people that that less expensive option and I can appreciate that but man it I'm a materialistic girl living in a materialistic world and got to have all that good good and taken away Mike Wa Taken away my expandable taken away whatever else can be doing. It can't be doing that and yet don mentioned that he wants a flat screen note. <hes> who I'm with. I'm with Don on that. That would be hot yeah. Yes fly like this whole display a team flat screen yeah but that ain't happening now. They're they're curving everything. They think it's cool still so brutal sort of on a related notes qualcomm chance announced the snapdragon eight fifty five plus this week which there's conflicting reports over whether or not this will be in the know Tan. I think we assume yeah because it was announced like right before the no tents coming coming and usually the timing of these things is such so that people can announce them in phones the issues Rog two it was announced this week also and it does have the fifty five plus supposedly the no ten does and doesn't don't i. I don't know which side to go with their. Maybe the Plus the Plus The plus. They'll probably be something stupid like that. Yes yeah I just got the the changes of the fifty five plus versus versus. The fifty five are almost nothing <hes> C._p._U.. Speed bump from two point eight four gigahertz two point nine six. That's you probably won't notice that the G._p.. was given a fifteen percent boost so sure if you're gaming bro on your phone that might help a little bit that that's it. Those are the only two differences so tiny boost in just general C._p._U.. And then a boost by fifteen percent so we would assume maybe the pixel fours will have these again that each rog two that was just announced well and then we thought the no ten but again there's conflicting reports over that yeah y-y`all game in Broza Really GonNa notice that huge bump and performance when you're playing lego tower so huge has your elevator goes up up and down <hes> Edmund Lego tower by the way Tim sort of mentioned the <hes> Note Ten plus five g going to verizon so evli posted a picture that was basically a promo picture of no ten Bogo deal so no ten plus five g add verizon verizon. I I believe it said something along those lines so they'll have probably an early exclusive on it but it's a Bogo deal where you get if you buy the five G. No ten you also get a regular no ten for free I'm assuming that means signing up for sixteen sixteen extra lines and device payment plans for four years and all that good stuff <hes> yeah so that'll happen. Mike H in the chat says eight fifty five plus exists solely so Samsung on Google. Don't look like morons Iran's for including the year-old system on chip. I completely agree. It's like Google and Samsung went to qualcomm and like hey man especially google like hey we got so much crap for putting in a year old processor in our old phone and only included four gigs of Ram Raynham. Can we do something. Maybe you just tweak you know some clock speeds we used to do with the old colonels back in two thousand nine and make it sound like we got a new chip here and call comes like yeah. We could do that in like two seconds. What is call it the the five there you go so it's offensive again this is this is all marketing? This is all this is nonsense people. This is these are words nothing more yeah. We talked to quite a bit talked about it quite a bit in the last show where we said Google's timing never looks great because they do at the end of the year and yes welcomes processor and they typically do one a year is at the end of the road for that year and so they put it in and then a month or two later it gets replaced placed almost by whatever the next one is so that was going to happen again this year but yeah you're right. They gave him an fifty five plus so they can be like no. It's really the newest new one until the eight sixty five or whatever comes out in the kind of did this that year with eight twenty eight twenty Tony One that was one of those got the twenty one it was basically the same setup there they didn't do it with the thirty five and forty five but well the forty five. I think there was it just didn't market like the forty five actually had I think a slightly newer newer version and I don't think they ever really talked about it much like then. I don't think they announced it like this with fifty five plus so yes so we'll probably get it and we hope that the no ten does too so they're trying to insult your intelligence <music> saying come on people wait wake up people on an unrelated no big bomb Dune. Oh Dan dropped twenty bucks and <hes> did not say anything because that's what big bomb Dono Don does when he donates just just dropped twenty silent twenty from Big Bomb Don Oh don not NEC- not that anything be bombed. Oh No don does is silent but degrees waves see does has the positive dog house the pop dawn dengue. Is that say yeah the Weiner to Weenie Chill Weenie. It's nice to Weenie how's the Chew Weenie Dawn Update Dab in for Dawn bin for uh-huh Glassy what A. B.. Thank you thank you all right so in related Samson News <hes> galaxy fold is officially after two months of speculation over almost fixed it. They've almost almost fixing. It probably is says the dog. The dog is a monster rid of the damn thing we need is a monster. I love it. Wow isn't monster so the Galaxy Samsung Samsung actually announced this week that it's it's ready. They're they're going to relaunch it in September. They're doing final testing but that must mean I duNno. It must not mean something. They're worried about it failing because they said it's ready so they've done some things things to fix some of the problems like the top protective layer which everyone thought was a screen protector and was peeling off their now just going to wrap that thing up and around the basil underneath it so that people won't be tempted to peel which is crazy that they did that way in the beginning ginning where people could look at ago. Why am I just want to rip this thing right off anyway so they fix that that's great? They are putting top and bottom. I lost my place here. They're putting caps putting casts on the top and bottom where the weather is that section in the display in the middle where you could stick things into it yeah that yeah there it is right there yes so they're putting it yeah caps. I don't know how that's GONNA work but it ain't are these cab wrong and pull out. ARE THESE CAPS GONNA fall out like how I'm curious to see how a cap is going to work because a cap to me sounds like something you could remove <hes> you misheard me. It's a cat they're using cats. KITTY CATS NOT CAPS you open every time you know man. This ain't GonNa work it. T. Mobile got the new one. They're like we ain't selling this. You are kidding me no way this is this is doomed. This is doomed well so they also metal layers in it. I don't know they put metal layers. There's under the flex I mean these are things that you kind of go. Why didn't you do this from the from the beginning anywhere puts a metal layers in they also some sort of reinforcement for the display and then in the hinge they reduce the space in there just in general so they've tightened everything up Lebed's metal stuff they wraps and stuff and there's cats caps? There's cats this is going to be there's going to be a tough upsell <hes> however if they truly fixed in they start seating it out to the carriers and the influencers take reviewers don't get this phone. This is a an influence or device and if the influencers are impressed breasts enough and it doesn't break after three days of usage they might sell a few in my move a few units but I think in terms of what we expected you know where foldable is. We're just going to maybe come in and change the way we use our smartphones and look at technology. I just don't know if the galaxy fold is GonNa do it. You know I just WanNa play with one so and that's what probably pisses me off the most right like I. I think we've seen this person. I think it was in San Francisco when they will say we were there announced it but they didn't really yeah yeah yeah we we haven't even seen this thing or held it so but as you mentioned T. mobile already backed out there just done so initially when it was announced team Albany t we're going to be the two carriers to sell it and that was all they had announced. They hadn't really announced unlocked version as far as I know it was just those carriers and so when you preordered you had to choose a carry eighteen t t mobile so I think we had a preorder in sexually weird. Now I think about it. I think our a Priori was obviously with T. mobile because I don't have A._T.. And T. Service and so we had a preorder in with Samsung T. mobile's backed out now. They said we're not going to sell this. We already have enough cool phones. We don't need this this two thousand dollar failure thing anymore. We don't want to deal with that headache but I got an email from Samsung after so they announced this news and then to anyone. That's still had a preorder open which I kept ours open. They emailed those people so I got another email that said hey we announce. It's coming in September but yeah I ordered the team will one and they didn't say how that's going to change <hes>. We're assuming they're going to have an unlocked version. I mean the the version that is coming to the U._S.. Is that went through the F._C._C.. It supports every U._S.. Band like it will work on all carriers. They just initially were only trying to keep it to team eighteen so they'll sell A._t.. And T. and then my guess is they just have to sell unlocked version at this point. You can't do one carrier. No one will the really won't sell me if they don't do that so don't tell that to apple who am. They only sold the iphone through A._T.. And T. for a while so I mean that's breaking news right there. The galaxy fold is the new original new Oji iphone on Holy Moly who knew it was that big of a deal this foldable phone yeah I think Nick Fisher you know he makes a good point says I'm excited for the tech to mature affordable is as a concept are awesome. <hes> now I totally agree and like I wanted the Galaxy Ford to be awesome. Kelly was the one I think back in the day who was always talking smack and I was like man. These things are going to be dope <hes> yeah so you just have to. We have to be patient. I this stuff takes time this was this was bound to happen we could I've told you that that something like this but probably happen so yeah. I was definitely a hater of all things as I typically am but as we got closer because we had that reordering when it almost launched I <hes> then got excited because it was just something new to play with <hes>. I'm sure that will happen again when September rolls around which is two months away. Maybe a little less up yeah I mean soon it'll come. I'm assuming we're going to see it again at the note ten event antitrade look they don't you think the love the cat version there no. I don't even think they mention the galaxy fold at the cabinet or they don't mention the cat at the no ten of yeah all right well. Let's come in September. We'll see how that plays out. Is anyone buying one. Do we have anyone here at del. no-one chatting thanks originally few people should have considered buying considered now after the thing died and and went back to like for four months worth of adjustments. I really don't think anyone should I mean you should wait till there are thorough reviews and people have used it for four months. I mean it's a two thousand dollar phone like you should not buy that thing. Don't you just wait. f-bomb donor dot says yes I will just for fun. Oh God dawn. Please be my Dad John. Did you get one for your Chil- Weenie to man. Maybe he'll come down. Don't let the tween we're near the Iraq plastic display. Should we need plus the cat old. Thank you Lucas for the dollar Dono pushy oops. I appreciate that <hes> arts. Let's change gears. New Nvidia Shield T._V. is on the way INVIDIA has not said so or acknowledged it but there was a rumor not really a rumor Google. Play console showed there was a new media shield on the way a couple months ago goers on will the things stopped at the S._e._C. This week and we're pretty excited around these parts because we are lifelong Nvidia Shield T._v.. Owners slash users in fact two T._V.'s in my house one as the old one one as is the newest one so yeah I I'm excited. I don't really know why or how they're going to improve the current experience but just yeah new processor probably <hes> hopefully the remote work better or something. It's kind of all away hopes the remotes are really annoying so as long as they fix the remotes and put new processor in there. I'll spend hundred eighty bucks on a new one absolutely shield T._V. is definitely one of the greatest investments I think anyone could already kind of in the android. The ecosystem can make a I mean the U I just you know for navigating Netflix and Hulu and whatever it's great <hes> and I think Google is shown decent support for the platform and invidia continues to update the thing thing. They're always adding new stuff new services plex if you're into pirating stuff <hes> a._C._M.. To love it it's a it's a sweet little system and Love Shield T._v.. Yeah Brandon just said are they still updating rather like like the old shields like they're still updating. We're going on three or four years now. I believe they're working on Pie aren't they isn't there had been some hints around the around the blogosphere that their pie coming there might be might be some uh might be some pie in the work so yeah she'll T._v.. Is One of the best updated android devices probably in history at this point in history. Yes absolutely it does still get updates regular. It was also one of the first and only android TV boxes is that had amazon prime video like when Google just announced re announced their new partnership with Amazon to put prime video on Android TV if you're a shield owner at it yeah you've had it from day one so like three years or whatever you've had that it was no big deal. It's obviously a little gaming console if you wanted to be get access to all their gaming services his a swallow thing performances great. There's controllers forward. If you WANNA get I mean it's it's pretty sweet and it'll turn your T._v.. Into a Smart T._v.. It's a really good product. I don't know there's so much else you can say. <hes> you know it's unfortunately it's or a guess. Fortunately it's not that shield tablet which saw little little support from Nvidia so it's a good product. If you haven't tried one I would say don't buy one now out if there's a new one on the horizon which I'm sure is going to be legit. I mean the only real difference between the old one and the new one is the the form factor. It's less smaller than the original one so I I was just hold off and they're never all that expensive like sub two hundred bucks so and they're awesome little set top boxes Youtube T._v.. Net flicks. It is the perfect little delivery system for that supports for gail that stuff N._h._g._R._I.. It's work A._H._D.. Are has all that stuff Scott all of <hes> yeah. If you see a flash sale come up on the old the current model sure may be diving that means the new ones coming but otherwise yeah just wait for anyone all right <hes> red red is back in the news our favorite phone to talk about I mean the red phone has already made at least one or two cameos today like this is how much we love the red hydrogen one phone a an update me shape me up. I'm stuck on December's security. Patch have so <hes> yeah red is back in the news because Serge Jim Engine Yard the <hes> the the man who is famous because of originally Oakley and then read who makes cinematic cameras that are really really expensive so yeah he he's back he is on he took to the H.. Ford v User Dot net forums which I still don't know what the hell that means but that is where all of the red hydrogen cold members hang out and praise Serge Girard it is a weird place. It is so weird anyway so he jumped over there this week and said wrote up a whole forum posts forum posts listen my followers. It is not my fault. Yes Mr yes so all these people are pissed because they spent like fourteen hundred dollars or whatever on this red hydrogen phone and it's gone it's garbage. I haven't been following it that closely but apparently the fingerprint reader just died on everyone's phone and the parts and the way it's built are so terrible that if you send it in to get a fix it'll just die again like I didn't realize it but there's apparently like multiple hardware problems with this is that we did not be. We weren't able to highlight a review because we're focused on just how terrible everything else so. He says <hes> yeah the hydrogen one is Garbo and we're blaming everything on the manufacturer who put it together for us. In China. We are taking absolute. I'm not quoting this by the way this paraphrasing. We are not taking any blame for this whatsoever. It is one hundred percent defaults of the original device manufacturer in China China who sucks so what we're going to do. Now is create a hydrogen to and this hydrogen to will still be made partner in China but we're going to put a team together to design it or something and then in addition to that. We're making a really really really fancy camera Ahmad finally after all this time which we said we were GONNA do didn't but now we are and it's designed like by the red team or something and it we don't know the price but we're probably going to charge you seven seven thousand dollars for it and then this hydrogen to will be amazing. It's not about right yeah. I mean you got it pretty much. I think I think it's unfortunate that <hes> you know sure you can the fault may lie with the actual Odiham the manufacturer the people who designed the hardware but at the end of the day you said this is good enough and you send it out to people and and the reviews were essentially unanimous <hes> that the phone was bad yeah and and we knew the not many feel like we knew that not many people were already going to buy it simply because of the price from an unproven manufacturer at least in the phone space. Don't get me wrong about their cameras or thirty dollar frigging red weapons or whatever I'm sure they are the greatest anyway the phone it was pretty much getting trashed and I would think at that point like what do you do. You know. Do you just Kinda Casa A._O._l.. Like it's already out or to recall that and say now. Let's try again. This isn't what red represents right we represent the best so unfortunately we didn't hear that from Jim he blamed everyone but himself and the company you know that he you know he tasked with making this device so it just seems like a lot of lot of finger pointing no personal responsibility in the matter which <hes> yeah is unfortunate however any owner of the original red hydrogen one on is going to be compensated in the form of I guess a discount or preferential treatment and pricing for the Red Hydrogen Mexico for the camera yeah so thank you very much for your money. We will gladly take more of your money. Yes and <hes> we appreciate Your Business Yeah. I mean just a complete disaster right like we we knew this phone was going to be a disaster and then when it turned out to be as it met expectations like the whole graph the whole the graphics screen like okay yes so a bad phone and they are accepting zero responsibility for it and they're gonNa make a number two. I don't know who wants the number two. I don't know how they will ever turn into an actual phone maker that anyone will care about but I mean you're selling phones. Is You know twelve fourteen hundred bucks a piece. You know the markup on that is I can't even imagine how much money I mean they were using old parts in this thing when they shipped it. You know like if you look at what this thing was you know snapdragon eight thirty five which was a year old like the ram in the in the in the display and the cameras that like none of this stuff was like the best. Best of the best and then they dressed it up like a fancy plastic thing that looks like it's carbon fiber and whatnot Iran there might be some metal here and there I mean they you know you were buying twelve hundred dollars worth of red branding and about about one hundred and fifty dollars worth of component so the markup on this thing is nuts so they probably don't need to sell ten million of these things right but you just kinda go. What's the point like wh what's the point you know they billed as far as I know all their cameras and stuff I think are built in the U._S.? Like and so this thing is not right. They don't have the equipment and all that to build phone so that's why they're using manufacturers out of China. which is what a lot of people do but I just don't really get the point but it's a vanity project or something? It's very very weird I think so. I think someone's pride has gone to them. One of the seven deadly sins might have remind everyone Brandon Johnson Ego Brandon Lyndon Johnson says this is the most amazing screen ever but don't film it. We should have known right from win sort of like that press who were began as soon as they said Oh you can show off you can show off the bag. Just I don't know off the front. She should have been a day giveaway red flags they were. I'm pretty sure we call pretty sure we knew but damn we really should have known how bad it was going to be. I guess so yeah so now there's all these people on the read each Ford v Net user h Ravina user dot net each poor user net yeah. I can't even say that you should go to this forum by the way it's a hell of a dime. Grab a beer on a Friday evening and just hang out over there and read some of the comments from these people it is something <hes> so all these twelve hundred dollar phones that are basically no longer getting supported and the only promise they've been given is that when a new one comes out they'll probably get a discount and be able to order it. I which which is which is pretty embarrassing. I'm not saying they should like refund everyone for every one of these phones but like that's kind of not. It's probably not enough for what this phone was. I mean so tim has one there and when he wrote up the story about about how they they're building number two he looked you looked back at software support and when it came out for like three months they did monthly updates. It hasn't seen an update since January right and no software updates since it's been six months and it runs basically stock android they tweak it much no no they added a couple of <hes> APPS like they're the age four vive video app but other than that. It's a pretty pretty stark. It's barebones around android and yeah hasn't had an update since January so yes BRENNA forces more options. Oh yeah that's right more <hes> more options in the world with the pleading options. Oh God yeah according to I'm going to sit labeled as system update to released a January first twenty eight twenty nineteen and it was the December patch level. I mean there were only a month behind but and now they're they're continuing to fall behind. It's unfortunate further and further that speaking of sad stories razor makes phones much better much better phones than the red phone depressing in a way so somebody pointed out to us earlier in the week that I believe is the razor phone two was getting a minor update something like a security patch catch so we just casually went looking around the razor phone read it sub Retz and there was a lot of people complaining about the razor phone one not having an update in about a year so we looked into it and sure enough razor so I guess I should backtrack a little bit further around. I think it was January or February wrote up a story that said that razor and cut most of their mobile division which they didn't fully confirm to us but they also didn't really deny either and said they weren't GonNa make a razor phone the three and that they were really cutting back on support for their phones going forward and at that time razor said to us that we will continue to support the razor phone to they didn't mention the razor phone one and they were joking they <hes> the last last update the original razor phone received was like last September rate and it was at that time was September and it was the July security patch. I believe so people at read it were celebrating the one year birthday or anniversary three of their last security patch because it was early July so if you go and look they were all like hey guys happy birthday to our last update because it had been a year they were a year behind security patches on this. How much did this phone cost launch? Watch seven eight hundred bucks six ninety nine hundred ninety nine so then we said look with Tim wrote a piece of two. They've abandoned the original razor phone. They're not going to get pie and they are and they'd still watch July. Two thousand eighteen security patch sure enough funny enough. I should say like a day later. Super Coincidence yeah some Guy Yeah not all some guy shows up that works for razor over at the razor sub. Read it and says Oh Yeah No. We're going to update that razor phone to Pie. Don't you worry it's coming in the coming weeks. I mean it's not very often that I like to you know use the platform that we have to take a little bit of credit for getting done but if we didn't write up that piece shaming shaming them for their terrible updates. I don't know that the original razor was ever going to see another updates to be honest. It kind of looks that way to me because I don't believe in coincidence no yeah well because somebody posted our story like this is terrible razor is and they responded in that sub ready to we will release an Android Pie upgrade which includes android security updates for the original razor in the coming weeks at least it's it's getting it <hes> and and folks if you own a phone that hasn't even been out for two years and it's not getting updates. Please let us know about it because that is news. <hes> the razor phone one. The original ones should definitely still be getting eating updates <hes> it was only released in November of yeah twenty seventeen so it's not it's not two years old now the fact that I hadn't even gotten an update since last year is a fricken ridiculous so yet we're approaching the one year I mean the July update was a security patch itself as your old but the update from September so we were still though at like nine ten months that it had not seen a single update which is yes definitely and what got looking was the razor phone to somebody was pointing out that it hasn't really been up like it got Pi- early in the year and then it really hasn't had anything since like maybe one more security patch so the reason phone to also and similar to red running basically stock android and no updates so yet a tough to <hes> tougher these new third party or no these new phone manufacturers plan a plan the update game snot. It's not easy making phones and he had phone if you're GONNA get into the ANDROID game. It's like the one thing you got to commit to you got to have the infrastructure and the resources to make sure he can support the devices Yoursel rose. No one's ever going to really get behind. You and that's why we're dying for an essential phone to the one company were killing four to make a sequel is the one company I feel like that's not GonNa do it. Although we're still holding our breath for essential to release the second to make the announcement that Andy Rubin Tease with on twitter I think he's a little busy right now but we're still waiting for the essential to announcement every time Andy Rubin shows up on twitter and announced Shrivel Yeah New York Times writes an article about how terrible human the is like yeah well they keep billionaires down down every single time because he's teased like we talked about how he like responded to a tweet of mine or something and then we everyone's like well here comes and then like the next week Yeah Andy Rubin had a sex cult was his bad damage Handy Godfather as Eddie Daniels recommend or suggest. Everyone needs an update center like L._G.. Then we're good we'd all be running the December twenty eighteen gene patents and whatever elchi unreal <hes>. Do you WanNa talk about we've been we're about an hour live. Do you WanNa talk about how there are a few choices in the android world and <hes> Oh yeah this up quickly so oh as we're stating. There's all these phones out there right plenty of choice. We've you've got razor phone to. You've got phones from algae. You've got red hydrogen ones and all this other stuff. These are not legitimate options people we need phones from proven manufacturers and we need our old manufacturers such as L. G. and H._T._C. Well H._C._C.'s not around but we need companies like L.. G. To continue supporting their devices Acess to ensure that people are getting something. You know that's worth their money so really the way I look at it is we've got three. Oh three options right now. We've got Samsung. We've got one plus and we've got Google if he won a phone that you know will at least be alive live for two years at least that's those seems like your only options. You've got the medal pixel or glass pixel. You've got a plastic pixel. The Galaxy S Lineup Galaxy note lineup and the one plus seven pro and you can get an order went plus to the sixteen. I WANNA judge for that so while we have lots of phones. I'm just saying that the option seem a little limited in a world you know not too many years ago was over the Cup overrun with <hes> with options like with legitimate decent options for exactly we had the L. Geez we had the H._d._C.'s we had Sony's we had wall weighs an honors and now we've got a fraction of that and Kinda sucks and that was the only point I was trying to make it wasn't trying to Piss off our U._K.. Readers and our readers over in India and Asia wheat. We love you guys but we were just focusing on the U._S.. Market in the U._S.. Market is Kinda hurt right now in terms of options percents yeah when you I mean I fully agree with with that that that at this point and our readers tend to agree that there are three or three companies basically choose phones from and everyone else Kinda I you you you might not. You're basically saying like I made you don't. Maybe don't care about updates as much I maybe don't care about. I don't know the best camera maybe they care about our software or I want a gimmick over just a solid overall good phone own hard to say but yeah Google Samsung One plus in for our audience that is those are kind of the three companies people choose look. We ran a poll on this and I know it's not like an official scientific poll but we did run opole not that long ago we ran it in March and we said do you own Google. Sam's plus phone right now or do you just own one yet. Ninety five percent of our readers said yes. That's I own a phone from one of those three and then there was we added a fourth something else option so yeah five percent of people have our readers anyway suggested to us that they only give any sort of anything about Google Samsung plus ones. It's sad because there was a time where L._G.. was maybe not king but they had some good years H._e._C.. Certainly was king for a couple of years motor Motorola. They had phones of the year from us like two times in a row and then all of a sudden they killed it. The Z line these modem is not that they're like bad modulated. He's bad but the phones in general they're not getting updated. They decided against sending out Pie <hes> except to the ones where they can up sell with a three hundred under fifty dollar Modem on Oh you mother you heifers yeah. I need a beep button man yeah about these greedy companies ooh yeah so. We've had some people mention what tim is talking about like our U._S.. Audience so we we focus our coverage mostly on what happens in the U._S.. Tim and I live in the U._S.. We don't get out of the country very often. I am not any sort of authority thirty on what's going down in the German android cellphone seen or in China or in Korea or in the U._k.. So our focus often is on the U._S.. So we see people bring up like well Weiwei's killing. It and I actually don't know who. Who else would be? I mean there's GonNa be like Otto and stuff. They're big and other areas a Su- cellphones I think somewhere I'm not really sure so people have thrown out these other examples but yeah in the U._S.. Like were Kinda screwed like we don't have a lot of great options and it's Kinda crappy because the android that was the whole thing was there's a bazillion phones and they're all pretty good. They're all very similar and I think as you mentioned your post like the best phones just sort of rose to the top in like now Samsung Google plus kind of those three that we tend to enjoy the most and clearly our readers do as well but I wish somebody would come along. I wish essential would take another crack at it. You Know Motorola would like stop listening to Lenovo Ovo and make an actual phone in Chicago like they used to. They used to be good like things like that like. I wish there was cherish each see I don't know I never really loved each see phones. I don't think so I don't know that they will ever ever have a chance to come back but it'd be nice and I don't know birds are still here but he brings up Sony alike Sony makes him okay stuff <hes> they <hes> but they can't ever seem to get it all right and other make it weird phones that are really long in pits off Bursar and while it's cool that they tried something different with the really long twenty-one by nine phones or whatever that's kind of a weird thing that a lot of people probably don't want anything to do with like he can't really fit those in a pocket that sort of so like like they're kind of just doing weird stuff and Mustang. I wonder if you want to play it safe but you kind of have to nail the I was talking about you have to nail the basics like you have to be really really really good at the basics and then after that like play around with crap but no one seems to really nail. I like those three three so if it's not one thing it's another you know were crying about not having choice or crying about the Android O._S. being fragmented and all that I mean if it's if it's not one thing it's definitely another so <hes> Arco Sweet. Oh it's trivia time will get my lights going for hatchet out. I had my first chiropractors appointment my entire your life this weekend and you're all right now. I don't know if it's for me you have to regularly. I do believe not that I've ever gone to him but I know plenty of people that do and I think you have to go all the time and then they work out. All those kinks sounds terrible NSA Jeremy they stopped by. We're we're good. We're good you again. We've got five count them. One two three four five anchor made Rove Bolt Google assistant powered car chargers <hes> sweet little price. He's like fifty little dollar car chargers assistant man. That's cool. That's right anchor. 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What have you need to do to get that crispy connection to us? It is time it is time all all right here. We go question number. One please question number one is up now. What year to Google introduce play music all access one of their better inventions? What your Google introduced play music all access from the a lot of twenty twelve guesses might be nick food? I'm thinking Nick Fisher with the correct answer of twenty thirteen twenty third eighteen Nick Fisher with the first twenty thirteen there saw some twelve. It's so funny because we saw the twelve popping up in the clashes like we saw you brand and with that twelve we saw the twelve popping up you guys it was close. It was close two thousand thirteen scene two thousand thirteen all right. I know I like to play with the twelve. It's fun okay. Let's go with question number. Two please quick number two is up know what to carriers were originally scheduled to sell the galaxy fold again. 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Treat Terrorism Like Terrorism, Jexodus? 3.18.19

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Treat Terrorism Like Terrorism, Jexodus? 3.18.19

"Everyone has experienced heartbreak. And that's why I started the Harper compiled cast. I'm Fallon, I host the heartbroken podcast were real people share real stories of heartbreak, listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Hello the internet. Welcome to students. Seventy four episode of Joe dailies guys the puck cast where we take a deep dive into American share conscious. It's Monday, March two thousand nine hundred names, Jeff O'Brien, AK salt potatoes O'Brien, and I'm thrilled to be joined as always by my co host Mr. miles. Hey, would zai-qing it miles is on the way in all of that Muller and Trump is taking all of that. And no, I can't get about my drugs. Where does I hang out at Taco Bell? Anyway, we're we're I can't forget about my drugs and at Taco Bell. No. There was more. Where does that go into footnotes for the king at? Thanks, man. Let me hear your great anyway. So thank you to Dunkin site Meyer at piping hot AK as Joe honestly shows if people who are just coming onto Twitter. The sole purpose of submitting gays. Wow. You are more committed than my mother was to shout out to at Taylor. Keith lemming sorry to shut you out after miles mazing aka that was good too. Yeah. Yeah. No mine was good. It was reference back to Syracuse which creates. Yes, obtain. We up yet buffalo, we cleared up the Dombi thing. Okay. And I we saw plenty of you're getting upset about the cakes the piping. He was talking about these ties. Right. When you say cake, he said cake, okay cake, and look that's my west coast bias, I didn't have the brand rakes. So I didn't know. Well, we are thrilled to be joined in third seat by the very comedian improviser perform, Mr. Brandon Johnson. Donald Trump on the first time. Stared straight into my eyes and year. Right. Am. I am. Did you guys see this photo? I I'm just going to just obstain from even being pictured next to brand. And it looks so celek right now, it's a goodwill on every corner. Even those accessories even tie bar to bro made them sheets. I'm telling you right now, if y'all need to buy a suit a cat or a dog company. These clothes got you, man. Sell these moving vans and some of these moving full. Call you know, the number you know, how to find me. And if you don't know how to find me now tell the police. Brandin? We're going to get to know you better. I we're gonna tell our listeners a couple of things we're talking about today. Okay. James Gunn is back on guardians three. Yeah. That. Yeah. Shutout saying everything's gone. Three one four. He's from the three one four. Okay. We talking about Jackson s which is a movement of job people Jap equal or ju- people. Right. It is supposedly the Jewish people's exodus from the Democratic Party. We're going to look at the figurehead of that movement. We're gonna talk about the attacks in New Zealand, and generally just how we treat white terrorists and extreme white supremacy in general, we're going to talk about Trump just openly courting violence. We're going to talk about the civil war. That is coming. We're going to check in with Mike Pence and his appearance. His cO headline with the Ireland prime minister and just never ever there being somebody who looked that uncomfortable. And we will check in with the go fund me homeless game. But first brand and what is. From your search history. That's revealing about who you are. Oh, man. Let's see. Geez. Louise, did not do my homework on this. When I was already because you know, everything that was just right? I I'm a big fan of buttons and zippers. Okay. I looked I look up rare ways of fascinating clothing because the act of fastening clothing becoming really big deal. What is fascinating clothing. You know? This sounds crazy. But before you know, before you have buttons, and bones and stones and zippers and clothing captures. Your shit would just flail open. People would know that you had a sword. People could just free. They can just see your balls but buttons buttons changed. How old fashioned wood is just been like a pin? Literally, just whatever fascinating closing clothing. Right. Okay. Okay. Might use a shard of your enemy skull, Arash, Australia, broach Rolex. Yeah. Yours is cooler though. Definitely then mine so offering are you making clothing, you know, I used to make pocket squares out of dress shirts because they will always match your outfit 'cause they're dress shirts. And if you cut a little tip the back of address shirt is big enough to take and cut and then make into a pocket square. So for a while I was doing that. And that's what really crazy stitch. It's a nightmare is hard to do if you shake, oh that makes sense. Because all the time. I was like, well, you got that big square missing in your back. I call these ventilation. Jackie. You don't know. What you do? Is you run into you went into a hospital? You like. He almost got my back. Explain what have they come up with anything better than the zipper or the button? I mean velcro is a huge again. It's like a rap. He comes out of his his cocaine Hayes and walks down his Miami backyard roadway to get to his yacht. And goes, I am the detail crowed. That's right. His his road to his yet is paved in cocaine. Well, all right. What is what's something that you think is underrated white exceptionalism? Let's be real honest. They're just not getting the credit that they deserve. You know, I think some of these scandals that we've seen this week with the ability to not just test into university. But also then scam your way in res incredible people are not being given enough credit. I mean, you said you were down like when your mom like, you forgot your lunch and your mom brought McDonald's, and she was like, I'm sorry, baby. I brought McDonald's because I forgot your lunch money this morning. You were like a win win from right? Got sat on what these parents have. I'm looking at my mom, like strawberries, me, a bushel of strawberries because you didn't give me much money. This woman pay a half a million dollars to have someone else. Take the test and also to gaslight their own kids me like, no, you smart, baby. You six. Hundreds to a fifteen ten on your SAT's. That is incredible. I'm serious that is some gangster shit. And you know, that's why they got the mamas. Because who loves you like that loves you enough to bribe somebody at a school, your we're full Forrest Gump in this ship. I saw those memes Pablo real quick you're like I remember when was getting school the old fashioned way. Sally field. Yeah. But this would be like if Forrest Gump mom tricked him into thinking. He was smart. Right. Right. That was the thing about forty on. He was aware like the full time that he wasn't like as quick as other people. I hate to break this to you. But all parents are lying to you about your chest and specialness Asian y'all motherfuckers is gift, my mom was like lying in the opposite derived, remember when we first started multiplication tables, I can third or second grade or something I was one of the fastest one. She was like well who is the fastest? And I said so and so and she was like, okay, why are they fest? No, it wasn't just okay. To this day. I remember how nuance that was like. Okay. All right. I must destroy. Times tables, and you should've seen Oakland fucking calculator on Neth the way I used to do those things. And then I think that's why have a chip on my shoulder now. Yeah. I'm sorry. Guys to bring that in there were you guess where you encouraged as a child, Jack. You seem smart enough that you didn't. Yeah. I was I was I did. Okay. In school. I did well enough that they didn't really need to tell tell me shit. Oh, look. Talking like, he invented the might writer. And then low key. Brag was dislike ran I'm up to. Kidding amazed on. Well, the late. It's always anytime you listen to. It was it was mostly like self applied pressure. Like, I was I was constantly in the midst of a panic attack over my grade. So anytime like a cool creative person is on a podcast on TV. And like, yeah, I didn't really do school. So then like, I just came out here and became unlike the opposite of that. Right. Right. Right. Yes. Shit at a school. I needed though, I needed someone to be like, oh, really? Go along. Otherwise, I think I would have cruised. Right. You know? Right. Guess teachers do teachers do gas you up? There was like, oh that was great. And I used to I think that's where maybe my parents trying to bounce me out 'cause I'll come home acting like I was encyclopedia Brown or something. Right. I'm pretty smart for a black kid is tell my parents. I'm by hit my glass. So unimpressive Johnson. I had to drop out. So yeah, I didn't really hear a lot of praise. You think if you appraised more you would have stuck with school for sure man, you come to a shitty job. If your boss tells you you sweeps the floor great. Where'd you grow up in a little town called university city, which is right next to Saint Louis. Oh, okay. I have heard of it. You might have heard Ellie. Yeah. You city come to use in it dirty. If you go there, that's how we all talk in Singson, John. I guess. Go one by brand new pay. That's just conversation. Tuck I wanted. What is something you things overrated, I witness accounts? Okay. How you come been? You've been hearing a lot wait indica- from court. And that's. Legal representation. I'll like yet. There's no work. A plea bargain that shit is overrated way. What do you mean? I witness accounts. I mean, you know, we all have had without saying too, many names a documentary that came out recently where we all are now sure of a person's guilt, despite the fact that there was a ten year investigation. Let you put these pieces together and say, it was a secret investigation FBI secretly investigated this person for ten years, but based on these eyewitness accounts and HBO we are now all sure of what happened which is crazy because it makes you you have to ask yourself am. I smart water than the FBI and the Santa Barbara county sheriff and LAPD and the California children's welfare office that did multiple multiple checks on this person. So that that I think is a little I think we all need to look at that situation in a larger perspective, maybe without a one point five billion dollar lawsuit attached to it interesting. So do you believe? I mean, look I'm going to be real with you. I know you're talking about Michael Jackson. No one was talking about shared. Sharing has a puppy range. You guys didn't know about we've heard from the dogs her from the dogs. That were Michael Vick situations. Share was a part of I miss this chance. Well, but you could tell just looking at share. Yeah. I mean, I believe the dogs. No. I mean, I look I gotta tell you though. I it's a touchy. I don't wanna bring it bad. I don't want to. But you did talk about it. I was thinly-veiled. Lose non I think you'll look he bought that kid of wedding ring. Yeah. And they got married when I see that. I don't know how as much of a fan as I am that was the part. I was like. Like, I don't know you get married to like as a, homey. We'll let me let me let me ask you this question because I'm with you. And I hear you and I saw it. When has the FBI or the United States court system ever, let a black man co well, the most valuable thing in American society is a white male child. Sure, let me get this straight. Black man in America was having sex with white male children and the Federal Bureau of investigations after ten years and three hundred pages decided we can't touch this dude because we don't wanna put a hold in the glove market for. I mean, I. A part of me too is like Mike is not treated like other black people. Are you know what I mean? And what black person is not treated like other black people are what famous black person has not been cuffed. I mean OJ Simpson got they should I met. But but then I'm gonna say the same shit, which is these are your laws. This is your court system. This is some shit that you put together your court system and your laws couldn't convict. Okay. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. I'm gonna say this even on the OJ shit. The reason that they they really need stand the leg up was that. They went into arty. Yeah. They knock firm and not help just firm, and it was that they they walked through the blood. They said they got him before they got him. They didn't do the job. They're supposed to do in. Both of these cases. You've got a group of people that nobody gives a shit about children and black man. So, you know, you ain't never gonna get the truth. Those been had been a white, dude. And it was black children. We would have never heard about it. Right. We definitely true before we can even say, what is going on at least need to address the two groups of people who are disenfranchised or you never gonna get Justice. Right. So in this situation. I'm like you fucked up so much as a society that I can't even protect kids and get a real story or figure out what the fuck is going on. That's the largest the larger picture is not is Michael Jackson guilty. Here's Michael Jackson innocent, the situation is damn. It's it people were were if he was guilty people were. Implicit if he's not guilty people were complicit, right? Right. Right. If he's guilty. We just fucked up and blew and blew a deal that we got we got this gift, and we blew it because he landed on the planet that obviously other-worldly type shit like Jordan, and he does amazing things. And then we don't know how to embrace that. And hold dear. We accuse him of being a monster. Or? This person comes and because we don't give a shit about children. He is allowed to do. Whatever the fuck he wants to do. Right, right. So it's a lose lose until we address each of those situations. It's not the injustice of the situation. So to be clear, your take isn't that Michael Jackson was just smeared by this documentary. You're saying that the situation no matter which way, you cut. It is an indictment on society. No matter how you look at it. Ain't that to me? That's the bigger issue. I don't know that that documentary is the thing that's going to make me think he's guilty. Right. No. I mean, that's why I wanted to give you the opportunity to actually say that it wasn't more. So of like, it's about Michael Jackson more of like look at how we're litigating. Yes. And it's a documentary versus in the FBI who has a terrible track record black people, especially black people who are making a difference. And you know, trying to say well who the fuck like where am I? Right. And what right. What is going on? And. Yeah, that's why like, and that's why. Brought up the shade it the wedding thing was fucked up. And that's where I was like both things. I don't know the whole thing was. Yeah. And I think the point about litigating it via documentary like documentaries are just not a good way of uncovering the truth in any respect their their notoriously full of shit. Right. I'm really good ones. And I think that's why that documentary should be looked at as sort of it is let's look at it as a a tale of these people describing their experience, and rather than this is the hammer that, you know, put in the nail in the coffin or something because you might have focused in donate. No money. It isn't like the awareness was raised. Right. That's my my major issue. What does a myth? What something people think is true you notice Michael Jackson shit. Exists. Well, he was made to make you think that there was a man with this kind of agency. That what's a myth that there's room in the Democratic Party for one more person to run? I think we got him my left, right. No, Biden still has just biding his time. But. I love that. Everybody's like it's up for grabs. Grab I know not up for grabs. We know where we wanna go fuck around. Don't add more people to this ark. And then I keep hearing is people saying, yeah. But this is how the system is supposed to work. This is how every primary ever has worked. But there's never been this many people has they're like many thirteen I guess maybe the Republican nomination and look where that fucking goddess two thousand sixteen nomination. I don't know, man. It's it's a lot. It's getting crowded it's crowded out there. Yeah. Super crowded. Yeah. I yeah. I mean, I think there's room in the sense that I feel like to even get to the point to run for president just used to be like impossible for yellow of a certain ideology. So it's an interesting to see more people with more varied ideologies and to a certain extent on the left enter, but. Yeah, I mean, it's congested. I know it's early. Early. Yeah. You know, but we only, you know, Democrats got so much money. So y'all need to you can either order fifteen peace wings, or you can order the fish dinner. We'll have a lot of money have time for big menu. Every time you look at bar rescuers because I got too many drinks while they're going on a business. Maybe we could just get it out to a few drinks some poppers John Taffer in there. Fucking replace Tom Perez. He's balding ballots Darty. He's a filthy. There's a lot of money going to be spent on people who don't do anything in the prayer. Like a lot of democratic donors are going to be wasting a lot of money in the run-up to this election. I'm I'm guessing. Yeah. Well, unless they all win. So those are my grandma we have a voltron of a president made up of thirteen democrat, go fourteen or whatever it's ever. No. That's my those are my light-hearted answer. Yeah. I like it like it. Let's talk about James Gunn. Speaking of hearted. The director of guardians of the galaxy was fired from guardians of the galaxy three due to some allegations old tweets old tweets basically that they were like, oh he made a child sex joke. They were they were terribly bad jokes right shit. Not defensible by any means from writing perspec- from a writing and also from a sensible. Yeah, sensibility, but and that opened him up to right wing. Trolls weaponize. During those words completely like Reconceptualise? And being like, oh, I sounds like he supports child abuse. Right. And the, you know outrage machine was in full force. Just you know, coming at Disney coming at Disney. They finally caved to the pressure fire, James Gunn. And then. Yeah. Look what happened. I mean. I think the the cast everyone involves I this is the worst decision, right? Like this guy. Didn't like, okay. Those are bad jokes. We can talk about that. Right. You don't have to you know, cancel this man from this project. Right. So it's interesting now that I don't know that either Disney realized that they fell victim to like the right wing troll machine or that day. Were scared James Gunn was gonna make the new suicide squad movie watchable or whatever. But you know, he's still going to suicide the new suicide squad. But then he'll be back to do three guardians three which was his script. Anyway. Right. So there's a sequel to the suicide squad the first suicide squad movie. Yeah. This is a sequel. Okay. He's going to be like as soon as he was off. Guardians are like, hey. Ragtag their way of hiring him for suicide. They're like now, you're one of us. Through. Yeah. Yeah. I, you know, I don't really know anything about him. Personally. I thought the guardians films are fine. So it's good to see that kind of came out of their sleep. I dunno whatever Disney. Did they welcome up and like fine. What's the what was the point? I mean, it's interesting. This is happening in the same week that Tucker Carlson is getting dragged for some shit that he said between two thousand six and two thousand eleven and I guess, you know, equally he he's claiming they were just jokes that he was just joking. But it's just so hard to tell with conservatives because their sense of humor is so bad that like it's just I that doesn't sound like he's joking right on the on the air with Bubba. The love sponge yet it sounded like you would like areas. Oh, yeah. To team girls exploring their sexuality in a boarding school is hot. If it wasn't my fourteen year old daughter were joking about right? Yeah. Yeah. Don't punch down. Right. Yeah. Don't punch down. Well. And I think Bubba the love sponge is now like suing all his former co host for something like the show any. I don't look. That world is a mess. Yeah. I hear that bubble. Less runs is is broke. Now. Right. And is he the same do that got in trouble with coke now? Taping his wife with him. No. Yeah. It's just like on a C it. Yeah. That was his whole thing was watching. We we talked about it who's which celebrity would you want to be cooked by. That's a great question. That is a great. We have to open our show with a question. Let's replace you know, this. This is a hot overrated under Robinson. I would want him to be like in his sixties. It's like real sad. You know, just like saggy. Yes. Yeah. Okay. Latter day Arnold body. Right, right. Ladder day, or is hilarious. Anyways. What's your answer? I wasn't even one. But my my of wasn't heterosexual. So really, I got gotta pass. But I'll let you think about it. We are going to take a quick break to think about that. We will be right back. Him. I'll hills Jack. Yes, I wanted to tell you that Robin Hood is an investing app lets you buy and sell stocks ETF's options and cryptos all commission free. I know because while other brokerages charged up to ten dollars for every trade, Robin Hood doesn't charge any commission fees. So you could trade stocks and keep all of your profits. Oh, so you've heard of it that maybe you've heard that there is no account minimum deposit needed to get started. So you can start investing at any level. 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We are proud Jewish millennials tired of living in bondage to leftist politics. We reject the hypocrisy anti-americanism and anti-semitism of the rising far left progressive. Democrats far too many old school Jewish organizations take air support for granted. After all, we're Jewish and Jews vote for Democrats until today. I have to get to this next sense. We are determined and we are unafraid to speak for ourselves as combatants and veterans of the campus wars, you know, the threat progressivism poses to Jews as combatants and veterans out the campus wars, that's a new one. Yes, that somebody is afraid of progressives. Yeah. No. That is. But that's the point of this whole organization. Right. You know what? I mean. Yeah. It's tie prog. Chris to antisemitism and say like progress is actually anti sanitize medic-. Yes. And I mean campus wars is a new one on this podcast. But it is it has been a big story like it has been covered as if it were the Vietnam war on conservative media outlets look out for that new March. We're going to put out this week campus war veteran you can wear shit. I'm making that sorry already got the t public on it and veteran of the dude campus war veteran. I mean, look this is, you know, the Republicans love to do this shit. Whenever there's a way to try and be like, hey voting block that is solidly democratic or do you? Sure. You want to do that member? Candice owns and blogs it never con-. Yeah. He designed all the Birch. And he was like shit. Even a bridge too far for me somehow. And that was the thing there was blogs it there's this now Jackson this, and it's also kind of talking last week silk. Yeah. Right. Talking about like, Donald Trump's love of astroturf groups to to sort of fuel this outrage thing to me like I you see what's going on there. Yes. Signed Jovis going to take them to Toronto. Because these guys paid to say that. Right. You know? And now, it's the all the Ilhan Omar shit has them being like, oh, here's our moment. Yes. Let's try and drive a wedge between the Jewish voters and the Democratic Party. And my goodness. Do they really think that they look at someone who is so out here with his anti semitism? Donald Trump and his uniform that they're like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's the safe path, right? Yeah. You're gonna pull the old son-in-law. Right. Well, he's got Jewish grandkids. Which is the craziest thing right right to hear somebody in the Trump. Can't be like, well, he's got Jewish grandkids. Yeah. Right. That you don't think he has said some horrifying shit about his daughter marrying, a Jewish man in his country club locker room moments. You're losing it. Also, you you are no longer antisemitic at about a half a billion dollars. And that kids got a billion that Trump was like, I don't like gin. How much okay. Well. Yeah. Right. Exactly. Like he likes. He likes black people if they have money, right? Yeah. I guess we eat unlocks is what he thought. So they have a spokesperson by the name of what does it Elizabeth pip co Elizabeth pitch Jewish? Well, she is oh hold onto your butts. She is a figure skating model who went to Harvard extension school. She doesn't have that part. She's talking to the media. Let's say she went to Harvard Oluoma Harvard. She gave. Okay. So just again because I'm not saying this is astroturf this could very well be. Although it's behind the same guy who said Ilhan Omar's comments were filth or that she was filth, but the person behind this. So I'm gonna go ahead and say, this is not real you boy hot take. But she gave an interview to this is a an outlet called headlines and global news is sounds legit has been like a person who gets articles written about them in little like small publications while now like self submitting yet if you'd like to do a profile on me, I'm a figure skating model trot Trump supporter, right? So her her story used to be that she was scared of being a Trump supporter and a model because all the other models think that Trump is evil, right? It's basically the someone who is just deeply conservative and doesn't interact. Act with many liberal people. Right. They feel is how the liberal culture works. Right. We're like models are like look at her maga- hat. That's right. It wouldn't really they're probably just dump a drink on you. But anyway, let's be real. So in this thing headlines and global news, they write as if figure skating and modeling wasn't hard enough. She's currently enrolled in one of the most prestigious in difficult schools in the country Harvard, then they go on blah, blah, blah. She majors in religious studies in his double minoring in math and legal studies. And then she goes on to say this, quote, I don't sleep. That's for sure she joked when asked how she manages to study all three subjects it's really hard. But again, even that helps me because of the confidence you gain everything you gain knowledge that you can't get anywhere else. Without that. I definitely wouldn't be the person. I am. And I don't think I'd want to be growing up in this world and not learning while I'm doing all these other things that is the most vague shit. I've ever. Yes. Yes. Yes. Everything you gain is knowledge that you can't get anywhere else. What? So jazz Abell went and looked at her linked in profile, and they're an only there does she admit that she goes to Harvard extension. School, which would is an extent Harvard extension school. That's just you can sign up for the they're just they're just open classes that are for anyone. There's no application prostrate service yet. Take public education of your classes and heating cooling air conditioning until like dental assisting. Have you ever wanted to be an accountant accounts assistant, whether you can come here to Harvard extension? Turn those doodles into money. Do you want to be a professor at Divi? Right. But no, I mean, again, not to shade extended school because. Yeah. Good options because you can go at night, or whatever the issue here is to try and present yourself as someone who went to the Harvard University, the husband that little schooling Cambridge, right? You know to try and up your credit? So people take you seriously. But again, look Elizabeth pip do your thing. She I'm really surprised at all the press. She got do you have any idea how much money your parents have to pay some dude who rose crew to tell them that you're on the crew team to get into Harvard? Come on Elizabeth. Yeah. Right. Try harder. All she had to do was drop off a box of donuts to get into the extension. Exactly apply. Right. All. But yeah, again, this is like the whole thing they go they go on. And she said she was married at mar-a-lago. Like, she's she was. For trump. Dow she said they were maga- hats at the wedding. And she was like, look I lost a lot of friends because I support Trump and the ones that are left will they're here to stay. Right. Exactly. And you know, again, not even I have any problem with her because look every astroturf ING group needs a face. But come on like dejected is stop trying to make this is not real. It's just when you look at how solidly like Jewish voters are for Democrats. There's nothing there's nothing to indicate that these comments because they're just trying to jump on this this incident with Ilhan Omar to be like you see what they're doing. He's going to be as much about Islamaphobia as anything like it doesn't actually have much to do with antisemitism as it does. Just. Yeah. Green bill. Bill. She a new deal with the green new deal. Stop with anti-semitism. Let's get back to where we are what we need to do. We all know that they defunding Planned Parenthood. We know the real attacks are coming. We know that this gerrymandering, we know there's more things going on. And this this goes for Democrats to get your mind together and stop fucking around with these these headlines and get back to what we were supposed to do in. This party was supposed to be getting free healthcare is supposed to be getting equal pay. And we're supposed to be getting access to health care for women. Those were the three places that we were headed before we lost the election. You wanna fuck around and talk about the environment. Fuck around and talk about this bullshit, go back and forth. And we're going to get reparations, which is the the most pandering shit that every politician does every time a politician runs. The first thing they start off with is. Here's what do for black people because if you can judge a person by what they're going to do for the most downtrodden person. Then you feel like you have a better chance when they go be an office, funky reparations. We know you're not doing Jane done it for four hundred years, scratch environment reparations and all that other bullshit off the list. Get show s back to equal pay a funded Planned Parenthood and free childcare because what she was trying to do. And what the Democrats were trying to do was lift women out of poverty. Right. We're trying to give the benefits because we know of an older population trying to shore up social security. The this bullshit is just bullshit. If you come up with a one more topic, the Democratic Party to talk about that looks like you're trying to save the world that someone have to call you out and say straight up. I know you not I know you're not trying to hit back to win. I think I mean, the green new deal is a good talking point. Because at the very least it's centered climate change around like it's created some kind of political debate. I don't know fundamentally what can happen because pass it will also like there's real infrastructural problems with our electrical grid, which I mean renewables don't mean shit, if we're not actually investing in the infrastructure, like the grid it self that you to transmit all that energy, right? And again, look that I think that's the part. That's why it just sort of like a it's a roadmap. They need to get back to the. The real shit. But you don't think climate change is a real issue. I do think it's a real issue. But I do think that people have been thinking about it for thirty or forty years and that drafting a resolution that you know, is going to get smashed out versus working with Pelosi's existing Bill actual Bill and Feinstein's. Actual Bill is a crazy move. Right. Well, I guess I think people look at those bills as being just really like non bills in the sense that they're not really giving substantive change. It's like a thing where like to get the buying of, you know, petroleum companies and environmentalists is like something. So in the middle that you might as well, just not even talk about it, either, you know, on one hand, you do have people who are well intentioned who do understand the the stakes that are involved in climate change. And then you have another class of politician who just they're like, I want to be the most pop in person from Nebraska, you know, what I mean? And I'm going to stay I'll take whatever dollars I have to and she'll for whoever I have to to keep my my campaign funds, my coffers filled and. Can get through the next election. And I can still be the most popular person in southeast Nebraska, or whatever it is. But you know, I think it's yeah. It's it's it's just underline. How hard this shit is because that's why. And that's where AO sees motivation comes in for that hitless because she's one she's from this different class of politicians. Like, I'm here to just talk truth. I don't give a fuck. And look what happens like, she's in the crosshairs, just like Ilhan, Omar is and Rashida today bar, but that's what sort of got them. It's this frustration of like, why isn't a one actually speaking in a way that is signaling to the voters that this is an issue because it to me and most people who aren't as politically savvy to like me like they haven't seen enough to say like, oh, wow. This is something we're trying to do because the loudest people are the ones being like, hey, man. It's real cold could use some of that global warming, right, right? Yeah. Yeah. Well, this conversation started at Jackson this which I was just realizing they're adding Jewish to exodus, but exodus is a story Jewish people in the first place where it comes from. Why do you you don't need to port Montero that shit guys? Just like now, it's like they could go like exodus to right, exactly. Electric blue blue. I do think that that whole movement is as much about Islamaphobia as it's about anything. Right. The fact that they can get everybody up in arms because Ilhan, Omar, you know, whereas the job he job, and you know, is a woman who is Muslim and that an African and African and that like, you know, freaks people out, and they and it also causes like people on the right to realize that they can get people worked up about this shit, right because we've completely normalized Islam phobia. Yeah. In this country since nine eleven, and I mean, I think we saw a very Brill consequence of Islamic phobia at the end of last week in New Zealand with the white supremacist terror attacks that killed forty nine people as this quarter. And it's just this double standard that you know, we talked about it when it comes. To antisemitism. There's a double standard of you know, between hell somebody is allowed to talk about Jewish people if they're on the right vs on the left, and they we just had this blind spot for people on the right being openly anti semitic. And I think that's true of terrorism as well. Yeah. I mean, this that attack that happened kinda shows you yet the that white privilege can also extend into terrorism. And we we talk about this all the time. They're, you know, far right extremists who are putting bombs that stanchly didn't go off in airports. But when the suspect is white we're like this what the nobody's talking about. Like, this is like local news. Yeah. But again, something happens in any of the situation where he's in a white man, or, you know, someone who doesn't fit the mold of what the media has conditioned people to think what a terrorist is. It's sort of like thrown on the back. Right. And this is one of those things, right? When you look at the rise of right extr. Terrorism and like, you know, traditional extremists Islamic terrorism the tactics are so similar, right? We're we're using the word terrorism. But we're not treating it like terror. Yeah, they're not the not being treated the same at all. It's just like, oh, it's it's, you know, even Trump was like, it's just a very small group. Nothing's going on. It's probably some guys. But let me tell you something, right? They have the exact same. They operate. The in the exact same way, they are using people's deaths to inspire other people to join they are targeting people who are disenfranchised or frustrated white men who are trying to find some kind of power again, they are in the case of like ISIS. They're looking for people who are disenfranchised displaced by war or point to drone attacks. Like there is your enemy. It's the west. Now, how do I radicalized you around this idea? It's there's a they congregate and are radicalized on the internet. It's just all these things are just have the same patterns of like how terrorists. Group's work. And yet, we don't we're not putting the resources to actually fight it. Because why because it's a politically hot issue or people think it's like, oh, I don't want to touch that. Right. You know? And like the one of the first people at H DHS who worked in the Obama administration raise this alarm in two thousand nine that basically was saying that D H is too focused on Islamic terrorism and immigration and not putting enough energy into the rising tide of far-right extremism. And Obama suppress that shit. And was like I right. It's gonna get too hot. He reported on whether it was that or a very similar report. He like gave a speech about it. And then the backlash that came from the right wing was deafening and insane and completely out of proportion. And, you know, the Obama administration did the, you know, savvy PR move and just, you know, put put suit. But if you're not gonna go black person talking about how crazy why people are two other white people. Right. They're not going to happen to you. Right. This sort of attitude. Yeah. And then that turned into the they're gonna come take our guns thing. Yeah. And that's what they use it for. It's like you see that's see this is what he's really about. It's not the fact that these people are coming up shooting up places of worship or people of color things. Like that. It's they're gonna take the cons. They're going to take our guns thing started the day that he got elected. Yeah. Yeah. I was at a shooting range the weekend after he the election, and I've never seen a more packed families with family career. They're like is this a KFC? Right. But it's sort of what's interesting too. Is that this shooter, you know, one of the I think there were four suspects were arrested about one of the main suspects was saying in this manifesto. He wrote that he hoped that this would actually inspire the United States to enact stricter gun roles to try and begin disarming citizens, which would lead to a civil war here. There's usually the the Dylan route who said I wanted to start a race score. Yeah. There there is that thing. But the truth of the matter is, you know, we'll give a fuck about jobs. So can keep trying to start fights. Right. But we just keep watching you. It's it's really tense out there, and it doesn't help the populations declining and that water is becoming scarce. That's just gonna make it harder. That's what some all this shit is about it's sort of a last grab of the planet earth and its bananas. Because those cats feel like, hey, we sat through forty years of affirmative action. We have. To have all these safe words and give people save spaces. And there's actually us that are are suffering. Right. We're the ones who are unable to start families because because cities are expensive, and you can't buy a house, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. They've engineer's society for themselves that is so difficult to get through that when they look over at a Brown skinned person or or woman of color. They think you are getting perks that I am not getting and that's frustrating because I'm not trying to build a world for you trying to build a world for me. I get their frustration. And I can only say you got to get real mad mother. Fuck. But that sort of empathy of like looking at their anger and being like, well, here's why they're feeling it was not afforded to radical Islamic terrorists right now and a lot of the dollars that are being spent trying to shut down radical Islamic terrorism ever had tons of stories of investigative reports of people in trapping different people of the Muslim faith just because they are that. And they that therefore means they're terrorists. So you have this is llama phobia in the very DNA of the organizations that were trying to use to fight terrorism. Right. And so obviously like Islam phobic terrorists are not going to be the first people they go after. But it really I mean miles you put together you wrote out just kind of your thoughts on this. And you know, we you just said treat this as a terrorist organization, and like, that's it's. It's like when people are talking shit in eight Chan go fucking take them down as if they were saying, I'm part of al-qaeda. And I yes, I mean, look, Twitter and YouTube a real good about taking all those ISIS accounts down when they're on there. But I haven't seen shit on Twitter. Yeah. I haven't seen shit on YouTube, and there's still all this material that will lead someone like this to become radicalized on these platforms. But everyone is so lax about this shit. I mean, even looking at the statistics from the FBI, they're only investigating, you know, domestic terrorism, which is a blanket term, it doesn't necessarily mean all white supremacist activity, but at a it's one fifth of the energy that you're putting into, you know, quote, unquote, traditional tear out of five thousand open terrorism investigations nine hundred our domestic terrorism, that's not exclusively white supremacists. And we saw a sessions unable to answer. Why there wasn't an they're more people devoted to white terrorism. Versus the fact that they were following so many black hate group. Yeah. Right. That's going to be a waste because I'm gonna tell you there's like four black. Hey groups. Only one of them got gone, right? Knowing that you've got to go to Vermont to find them. When you look at just sort of like how again, we've normalized Islamaphobia in this country, like even from the way, the media portrays people of that are that happen to be Muslim. You know what? I mean, there's the depictions are someone, you know, scary or up to no good. I haven't worst. Where's my fresh prince of Dubai? Well, maybe not too bad. But another place, you know, what I mean like, you don't have those there aren't the same messages being reinforced like there are for other minority groups which just allows us to even to proliferate and perpetuate like this. And even the budgets that at that DHS has to combat extremism in this country is dwindling they went from twenty one million in two thousand sixteen to three million in two thousand eighteen. Yes. So politicians really need to take this in people. I mean, look, I don't know how to look at it. It's the same thing. Whether it's the shooting at the at the synagogue in Pittsburgh or Dylann roof or these other they they all in the same place as they have the same ideas. They're doing the same thing. But we're still being like not to the point of not just resources, right? It's not a resource matter. It's a conversation that that we're we're talking about the southern border. We're we're like oh drugs are coming through drug. Traffickers are coming through the immigrants are there criminals and again. Yeah, they said, oh we've. Apprehended terrorists at the border. My man look at the statistics the most effectively deadly group right now are right wing extremists. You look I wasn't that the moment the shooting in the synagogue in. Pittsburgh, why wasn't that the moment to confront anti-semitism? I mean, I'm you know, why because I'm just had this conservatives wanted to weaponize anti-semites, right? That's all it is. They only use it as a as a rhetorical barb. They don't they're not interested in the effect. It has on people who are of the Jewish faith faith that are affected by it in the eighties. There were eighty four lynchings year seven a month. Right. And in the United States we pride ourselves on being able to catch serial killers. But what you've got is a three state region where these murders occur, and you have people, you know, where they are. You know, who they are? But the FBI is not searching for these people like they're searching for serial killers. Right. You got a group of serial killers known as the klu Klux Klan that goes out has the same IMO has the same type of victim uses the same methodology to kill and. You guys. Can't catch these cats. Right. Right. And that is the story of the United States is long as we have a fearsome force out there that makes other people think they can't mess with us because it's domestic then we're ecstatic, and we'll allow multiple Americans to die before we ever give this idea that we couldn't come to where you are and kill you. Because we doing it right here. It's the craziest family to live in because you, you know, it's like you fathers drunk, right? Everybody's getting beat and nobody wants to talk to this dude about maybe maybe we should put Bill case over this dues headed. Yeah. I just. Really underscores too. I think how you know in New Zealand people, it's a very peaceful country. People are like this couldn't happen here. But and I hope people all over the world really wake up to this. Just you know, it's like, it's we're the frog and the boiling water, and it I'm hoping now are are is everybody else. Feeling the heat? Yeah. You would think so you would think so. And you would hope so because. Yeah, I mean, again, we'll see what our politicians do. But again, it's going to be one of those things they're going to say, oh, well, we need to look at these people. And what what are the conservatives going to are? They are will they say, I know he drinks too much. But he's my dad. And there's a lot of hollow empty condolences being passed around to on the right where I'm like really after all the shit. You're saying that is so islamophobic on its face me. Like, oh, this is. This is disgusting. You like you're participating in it. Yeah. They're gonna go outside the boiling pot. Find a snowstorm bring a snowball onto the floor of congress, right? Be like, where's your where's your boiling pot now? Well, yeah, I just hope you know, again for all the energy that they wanna put into framing people who are Muslim, right? You know, the FBI is doing that. And again, we always want to talk about how the FBI is, you know, at least in trapping. Yeah. Yeah. That we I mean, I haven't heard about the sting. Well, I mean, they're actually there was a sting operation where they did get some domestic terrorists that we're going to bomb an apartment complex, right? So they they have done some work. But again, this is an issue that needs real resources put behind it. Because you can't just we've we've crossed fully crossed the Rubicon. Yeah. All right. We're gonna take another quick break. And we'll be right back. Hey miles. Yes. Some cool ideas, man. Always noticed that about you've been reading my manifesto. Yeah. The spoke coffins Espo coffins item tone, you man, people like to stuff they wanna made out of like old Wrigley, gum packages. Ooh, whatever. Yeah. Look, it's all based on what your vibe is so lit. Thank you. Anyways. I have a way for you to showcase your work. Okay. 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This next there's some shit that happened last week that didn't get much run like in the mainstream media, but Trump head an interview with Breitbart, where he basically said I dunno. I it's essentially him saying that his backers he has the support of the police this port of the military the support of the bikers for Trump. And if the left like crosses him, very, very, very bad. Things are going to happen. Right. So just saying he say's they're not violent people. They're nice people. But yeah, I can't control him. But I can when I go they might do something really bad. If it gets to a certain point, they might get violent. I can tell you. I have the support of the police the support of the military this port of the bikers for Trump. I have the tough people, but they don't play it tough until they go to a certain point. And then it would. Be very very bad, very bad. I mean, the look that's straight up autocrat talk. Baby. It already is man. Yeah. You know, they felt like they could do anything in Charlottesville. They feel like they can do anything. You know? We've probably boys in New York City. We have proud boys and Los feeless, right right water. They can do anything. They want to do and it should shock the shit out of people. But it ain't go shocked the shit out of people because they teen America keeps tripping in line about we own like this behavior. But boy, oh, boy are we still gonna celebrate the fourth of July this year. The. Yeah. I mean, we I the the most shocking video that I saw from Charlottesville was the dude firing his gun into a crowd of people. And there's like five white cops. Just standing back looking at him. And yeah, he was on the side of, you know, the the good people the the very fine people on white supremacist. But there was some fine people in the like what the fuck I mean that that was that. I think that I mean not that that's one across the Rubicon. But like that was a a huge moment in the administration when he said, boom stamped his you'll have approval, but we have a we have a show coming up driving on a couple of weeks from Robert Evans that talks about the possibility of an American civil war. That has these just wild quotes from people on the right? Just being like they try to impeach Trump. We're the streets will run red with their blood, and that's like Alex Jones like they're just saying it openly. It's not like some small like sleeper cell that is a public. Figure on their side saying that like shouting because that's the only way communicates. But he's an artist. Yeah. And so right. He's just a performance artists. And then you have Michael cone like a couple in his testimony said giving my experience working for Mr. Trump, I fear that if he loses the election in twenty twenty that there will never be a peaceful transition of power, and like that I've I've felt that way for a long time now, and the fact that somebody who knows him better than I do feels the same way is not really trying to be in jail for when that shit goes. Exactly. Right. Get your s you back you. But I don't think we're getting him out of there without an arrest or a body bag like I don't think he's even if we could do it out of there. What are we going to do with each other man, right? It's ama- amateurs done the damage is done. But you know, the truth is like we were back to grass roots. Again, you got to look over at each other and check in with each other. Because the reason that just like pre Hitler, the reason that we're all fucked up is because nobody because we're not leaning on each other. Like we used to like there is a time in a place every twenty thirty years where we have to be Americans and check on the next door. Neighbor check on the school system and make sure that it's still being funded. Check on roads. Make sure that our politicians aren't dirty, and we may have missed that. But yeah, but we're all sort of waking up to this idea that there needs to be some extreme activism if that's what you want. If you want a country, where we're not a living under some sort of government rule, you need to start voting for the the real platform sort of needs to be Jerry. Pandering because it's only it's one of the only ways we'll stop them. The liberals have always outnumbered conservatives, so it's not it's not over yet. It just we need to show up and step up because that's what the Republicans are doing. They're going up the raising money. They're trying to get legislation passed. It's Tom I stopped. Maybe, you know, stop writing your Linus, maybe get off your get out of your hair once everybody don't know petition for a new whole foods. Right. If you can get a school built, they it's like that. And then I promise you we can go right back to golden girls and watching NBC on Sunday. Sleeping through our elections. But right now, we got to mobilize. When I think also too would back to the domestic domestic terrorist issue is that we aren't. So we don't even look at our neighbors as neighbors like that guy Caesar CEO who is sending all those bombs people saw his van going on around town. And it was like that. Right. That's just some shit the guy in the mega van. Yeah. In the maga- van like magazine guy. It's like no hold on the Nagy van guys sending bombs right or attempted, you know, explosive device guys homeless can somebody reach out to this, dude. Because if a if a person who is not happy there weaponized is where right. So we need to do a little clean up. Well, yeah. I mean, exactly the disenfranchised are your seeds of revolution in one direction or another. Right. You know what? I mean. Yeah. Let's talk about Mike Pence a lifetime caps. Yeah. It's just funny to watch this dudes face like he he was not meant to be a public figure. I don't know. He was meant to be a shock jock had weird takes on move line. Right. Using this. He was it's teaching women act like a man, and I can't have that. Because we've already seen him in the background of that Trump press conference between Trump and Nancy and Chuck Schumer hitting Ashley project. Yes. Really project himself as miles. So that he just closed his eyes and just wished he wasn't there like a child whose parents were fighting. And now we have another great shot of him. Just not knowing what to do with this face. Who's in that thing? Like dear God, please make me a bird song at five. Basically he was saying. So this time around he received the prime minister of Ireland, Leo varadkar my up. Yeah. Who is, you know, an openly gay leader of a country, and you know, like he's invited to have an audience with the vice president. He brought his partner with him obviously to pull up on Mike Pence. It'd be like, yeah. Well, let me just just to let you know the world is still moving. Wait. What why would he need to pull up on my Pence? Oh, because you know, he's just so violently anti-gay. Right. Also in the Washington Post, they kind of papered over how like anti like, how just sort of explicitly homophobic, Mike Pence's. Yeah. It was they described him when they were describing the scene of them meeting and him coming to what is the naval observatory that's what the vice president. They said, you know, Fred car is one of only handful of openly gay world leaders Pence on the other hand is a socially conservative Christian who has long been criticized by LGBTQ advocates for pursuing policies that they say hurt the gay community. He was governor of Indiana. Okay. That's fine. You know? Media has already shown their ass many times. So cut to some comments that layover override car made with Mike Pence right there. Karen Pence mother was not there probably out there somewhere is he allowed to be in a room with gay men without mother. That's a I don't know. I don't know. I don't know what the fine print is on that. But I must have been. I mean, there's no way he trusts himself in that room. But yeah, I do hope that he in the rare case that a person is scared because they've never been in contact with bread. It would be incredible. Because Dick Cheney did the same thing where Dick Cheney it said some things earlier earners his career as a politician. But then having a daughter who was gay sort of changed him on that. I think here's out loud things that were not as homophobic as they used to be. Let's hope that Mike Pence if he was truly a Christian his heart was opened. All right coming into contact right with these individual because I'd hate it. If I as a person who is religious had to cast judgment on Mike Pence for not having an open heart. See how that works. Version of the bible, you're reading right. The versions of the bible. Our read say that a person's heart should be opened. There you go. Well, so Lille Brad car gave some really nice comments with Mike Pence standing right there. And he was just basically speaking truth to power Elson. You have the time that it is in the country where if I tried to be myself at the time and would have ended up breaking laws, but today that has all changed his time tear in my country floatin human, but judged by my political actions, not by my sexual orientation with skin, tone, gender or religious beliefs. And I don't believe that my country is the only one in the world where the story is possible. Tell them it's in every country where freedom and liberty are cherished. We are after all old odds children. He looked right at him. And that's true of the United States as well. The lands at home of the brave and the free where the promise of America, inspires, boys and girls all over the world to dream big dreams on inspires others around the world to say. Oh, yeah. My favorite thing in the world is to use my faith in God against homophobes. Right. Because it's ridiculous thing. There's no way that you can say that you believe in God and hate. Yeah. Or pass judgement doesn't make a lot of sense. Yeah. And you're not really supposed to talk that much about it. It even says in the bible like you're not trying to bring people over. You're not trying to convert now people in the bible, sometimes fight you on that piece of information. They'll say, but you're supposed to bring people to to the way of the Lord, blah, blah, blah. But it's very specific. And it says you're not you're not supposed to really go around like trying to drag people along because they'll find their way or they won't right? And in that situation. I love hearing him reference. We're all children of God at a guy who brags about being one of the best children. Yeah. So good at it. And the and Mike Pence again, he looked a little bit uncomfortable. He just had this sort of, you know, fake grin on who's like, I I don't have an Ida negative looking face on. Yeah. And I don't look like, I'm totally agreeing like some. She's trying to hold their shit together. Well, they realize they've just experiencing the first symptoms of food poisoning is kind of the vibe you get from Fayez. Yeah. Bubble guts like he's holding his mouth closed, really hard. But his eyes betray that. He's not feeling so shout out to lead a comfortable shadow to Leo Ireland. Yeah. Yeah. I think beat us to the punch on legalizing gay marriage. I think barely. Yeah. We'll Brandon it's been such a pleasure having you so tense. But you know, what I dressed up because we had some subjects to. Yeah. Did it where can people find you? Again. I'm trying to sell these suits. I got these pets all these different types of animals. You can buy holiday your boy, you can follow me on Twitter. You can find me in the red it back channels. You know, my name is I like sit in the soapy parts dot. You know where the latter. People find find me and follow me on Twitter and Instagram and miles of gray. And what is the tweet you've been enjoying? Oh, this is from Amy Miller. Just an update you know, because Lori Laughlin from fuller house, which is caught up in that shit. Amy Miller quote tweeted a link from the high a tweet from the Hollywood reporter. That's Laurie Laughlin loses. Hallmark channel roles after college cheating scandal indictment, and she says so one hundred percent of her work. Oh shit. And one more from at at Dan, white said just got let go from my position as memory cards specialist at game. Stop. I wanna be mad, but our corporate HR rep sat me down in very respectfully thanked me for my contributions to the company and explained that my position became obsolete roughly eleven years ago. Shot. A man I second item memory card case would like different memory cards like my man, then they did. He's decided put hard drives in the phones. Yeah. You and the guy who had the three hundred CD player unit, and oh I had the fifty plus one by the way somebody caught that I said the other day on the show that wasn't even that long ago. It was like two thousand ten someone's like, my guy that's nine minutes. I am old as fuck. Speaking of oldest fuck Soren fogies now. Oh. That has nothing holiday thing. At Soren limited LTD tweeted man, poor Pudi pie. Could you even imagine being associated with an atrocity like this just because some violent extremist misinterpreted, your belief, it's weight? Okay. Good all the Muslims stuff raising their hands at once telling you. Yeah. Yeah. 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The News Is A Tarantino Film, Make Groping Legal Again 10.24.18

"Miles real quick question asking for friend, not because I have weird taste and porn hounded Michael know what kind of porn Rudy Juliet into very weird and concern. But the reason Michael avenue kind of porn, Rudy Giuliani like is because the old man did not have a VPN that would have kept his browsing history secure. Well, fortunately Nord VPN is offering our listeners sixty six percent off a two year plan. That's about three ninety nine per month. Just go to Nord VPN dot com. Slash zeitgeist, sign up and start protecting yourself. That's Nord VPN dot com. Slash the IT t use code zeitgeist and get started today. Hello, the internet and welcome to season fifty four episode, three of these guys, Wednesday October twenty four, two thousand eighteen names Jack Brian. AK, Jack. Do the moans. Monster, jack. Graveyard smashed. He did the Jack cotton. You know flash, he did the Jack. The moment Jay worked at crack. Oh, yeah. That's pretty good. For living and on thrilled to be joined as always by my co host Mr. miles. Miles of being as with you. Weighing saying he anyway, that is Michael Jackson, you are not alone if you get that and that comes from God one Rita too, and but your display name Reese Andrews. So shout out to you. Marus and mine is courtesy of Travis stocks still at Travis butcher, American butcher. He is a real butcher, and we are thrilled to be joined in our third seats by the hilarious, Brandon Johnson Britain. Boot b. every every it be. Oh. Michael. Came out with that. Michael Jackson, man, I had. That for the rest of the show looking. Looking. Man, you already had up. Yeah. Well, yeah, you kinda you did more than keep up went into first place. Now, I think my monster mash interpretation was better, but. Man now really good. Come with a game. I mean, the thing that most listeners at home probably don't know as I was doing both forces both the high pitch want to end the Dracula and they probably thought it was like, you know, you gotta backing band. All right, Brandon. We're going to get to know you a little bit better in a moment, but first we're gonna take our listeners through what we're talking about today. The goal of this show is we're trying to tell you guys what the nation and the world are thinking about taking a deep dive into a merica 's and the world's shared unconscious and conscious using the headlines box. Office reports what's trending on Google and social media. Today we are talking about two thousand eighteen as the year of costumes for black kids. Hey, finally, and Meghan Kelly wants to get in on that shit. So she is upset that black face isn't cool anymore. Someone just told her that, apparently then we're going to get into some substantive shit about kashogi. We're going to talk about the mid terms. We are going to talk about the Trump organizations business, which turns out his fraud. We're going to talk about a guy who groped a sleeping woman on a plane because the president said it was okay. So we'll we'll talk about that. And then we're gonna talk about Drake who just don't on the Beatles again, but first brand and we like to ask our guest, what is something from your search history that is revealing about who you are them? GMC are vs my homie. I love this recreational vehicle recreational vehicle. These GMC RV's are like when America was like, we need to make RV in house over at GM Motor Corporation, and they made them on a tornado chassis. So they're like a dope as Buick with a refrigerator and a shower while how big are they? They're twenty six, twenty four feet long, and they are amazing. They look like the future. Oh, this thing, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And it's crazy because it really is a car that they made into an RV and it ride super-low. There's no need for step ladder. You can just jump up in it. It's got a refrigerator, three-burner cooker. Here's what I'm trying to say. If you drink and do drugs like I do you. You're going to need a vehicle where you could say, walk out to it stumbling fall asleep and wake up, take a shower, and then pretend to be normal again. Ray right. A normal car doesn't work for me because the neighbors usually come out the house and go. You've been parked there for two or three days, right? And you you wearing the same clothes. It kind of looks like a giant van. There you go. John More windows. And yeah, you in the market for one, I'm in the market for one man. If ya, you know, send yours to please get this black Duda home at. Dot org. I mean, man, I'm trying to raise money, get this GMC RV. They were made from like seventy two to seventy eight. They're, they're the big boys. A lot of the pictures I'm seeing. Yeah. Have that Sepe tone you want to get in there? Goodness yourself a favor. Come on down to Bob's and pick up an RV. Is it? So you get them used and they still run pretty well. They run pretty well because it's a basic four, fifty four engine. There's not a lot of not a lot of scarcity departs. Yeah, your car guy, agenda cars, man. I'm love cars. It's crazy. 'cause I drove a Volvo wagon. It's crazy because I ride the bus. Car though. Right, right. You always like vintage things, though. One thing I know about you even like when you have like a bike. I remember you were like hand like restoring older bike, and I'm like, damn, Brandon is a craftsman because I'll be like stop making new stuff man on just figured this out outside. There were new streetlights. They were halogen and on. Even the straight lights, his new start making new stuff man. That's yeah, Michael man. He was a Pri always loved to feature LA's orange lights, right? That was like a whole thing about how like that used to be. The look of LA films was are like orange tinted streetlights. And as you know, technology came oats owner, Jiyun efficient were burned up too much coal or whatever. At the time switched it to more energy efficient and we lost our identity. Yeah, technologies never really done anything for anybody. And I don't even know what this podcast is. This. This aren't plug disarray. This radio show this radio show. This is not new technology. This is like one thousand nine hundred and we should be like, oh, look at my Bogue. Back in the day, all the head was dogs house blondes. What is something you think is overrated? Overrated is closed Facebook, groups, closing? Yeah, those private exclusive ass Facebook group. Okay. Yeah, that's pretty overrated because you know one, they're not that closed. People still see them to. We are really getting done. Not if you're like, Rosh sales and Los villas closed group. Why is that a clothing group? Oh, who's going to infiltrate. Because I know they're groups that they make sense for them to be private because you're talking about sensitive things. And then I said there has to be a reason you went lows, feelers garage sales group, like right, that sounds like something you're interested in and they're like, I'm sorry, this is a close group. Fill the lemur park. Oh, black people, society, closed group. What do y'all talking about? Black recipes. The drum circle Elmore park on Sunday. My dad is their home. Djembe asking if you've seen my dad. Yeah. Okay. That's another show we have. Yeah, where's my dad? A closed group. I never go get found. What is something you think is underrated underrated? No name. She's a Chicago rapper up. People are there into her, but they need to be a little bit more into her. I always like to to force people into giving other people props, Danny, though, forced props for props. I think we've played a, oh, you know what? No, we were going to play a no-name track to play that tonight. Stressing a lot of really good good female emcees. But they also have a lot of really good and sees people's come on and artists to raven Linney who's going out of Chicago love her yet. There's also this kid Steve lacy. Raven leading may all the time from the internet. Yeah. Now, yes. And I don't think Steve Lacy's from Chicago. I think he's from deeper south. Yeah, but he's dope unease underrated. Have you heard of this chance guy. You'll funny I watch on Amazon. There was some chance the rapper slasher film. Like some other rapper and like what's homeboys name from SNL Chris Parnell and it was. So I, I got seven minutes in and I was like, I can't this. I didn't even see chance before like he didn't even show up and I had to. I'm a big fan of chance, but I really to tell you that Anderson pack is the money changes fucking dote, honestly Anderson packs like chance and Kendrick and Mary j. Blige all rolled into one great male rapper. I just love his. He's drums and sayings right time and them suits man, the short pantsuits. He's a credible watched his bonnaroo and he wore it out and then got behind the drum set where the drum set out wrapped at the same time and then sang these ridiculous, very, that's why I call him the Phil Collins of rap roaming and. Suiting. What is the mid finally would is something that people think is true? You know, befalls that smoking weed causes. That that smoking weed that smoking weed. What was the question? What is a myth? What's what is you think this is something that people don't understand to be true, so they try to explain it away. Right. Okay. So what's your maith admit that, you know? Yes, Yep. That's looking weed is smoking caused. Just reach your paper. I wrote. Brandon is so hiring memory memory loss. Memory loss. I'm not you. You didn't phrase that in the former west row bet. What is a myth. All right guys into the stories of the day. Let's get into the site Geist miles on this first story you put on here that two thousand eighteen is the year of causes for black cat. I didn't realize so on slate, I go through all the interwebs and they put this little article together and I realize, yes, this was like a blockbuster year for black costumes for kids. I grew up dressing as white people as there weren't many. Like aside from me being like Magic Johnson one year or something like that, right it, you know, there wasn't a lot always like ready suit. You could buy like out the bag. You know, one of those caution bags, whatever. Also, my mom never bought me a bags costume. I should also have that caveat there. But anyway, this year with movies like you know, Black Panther solo wrinkle in time shows like Luke cage, the new Spiderman miles Morales. They're all there so many costumes now for kids. Uh, so they can, you know, represent themselves and look like the people. Are, which is a very, yeah, I just thought it was a really dope thing in may seem miniscule, but it's miniscule. I think it's a huge deal. Yeah. My mom was a awful at Halloween. She made me Dracula and then when she used a trash bag as my k. through that away because I was a smart child said, will you have the suit on? So you'll be a waiter. And she handed me a white towel to drape over my arm. Dan, a ridiculous ass costume mate. I gotta tell you she put coffee grounds on my face to give me some stubble. Because as a waiter, I was a failure and I need to have an unshaven face. Wow, you back story. We get the coffee grounds stick like she talked them to my face with water, which then broke my face out. Sofala was two things. I was an unloved child abuse child with with coffee ground induced acne. That was better than when I was. I was like eight years old and she said, you'll you'll be Spiderman. And she put me in a black Leotard black tights, and then she put tape on my body the way Spiderman has all those different lines running across his body. So when I got to the party inside the party and a little girl comes over to me at this point, all the tape wand up in a ball. Movement from move. On my chest in a ball, and this little girl comes to, she's like, what are you? And it was like, I'm spider man, and she was like, no. Yeah, I remember when year effort though she put effort not efforts to wrap a child and Tang. Again, I remember when speed came out. I wanted to be a swat cop. My mom's are, you'll be mad. Scientists washes, put put this dress shirt on, and I put a fucking white bathrobe on instead of a smoke. And then she put a bunch of hair spray in my hair and just fucked it up. Here's a glasses you're signed says, like, I wanted to be fucking Jack traveling from LAPD. But you know, this is a different era too. I think also with with my my mom, she's to practical. It'd be like, why the fuck him? I'm going to spend fifty dollars on a bag. Costume break where this rope and already got hairspray. And you were mad scientist. Which now I'm gonna just by all these fucking bad costumes. I, I don't know who I actually, I don't know. You can dress up for him. I'm not going to dress up in real life. No, no. I just remember left for my job. So I'm like, you know, it's really hard to beat her makeup. I feel like a failure again. And as you as you've heard, the Holloway is traumatic for me, but I do make costumes like one year. I was like, Vanity Fair. So glue up Vanity Fair like five feet by three feet and then put my face through the whole. And it was the Paris Hilton edition and she was topless pair of writing pants, and I'm just a walking parties. I can't move or dance because I'm this big ass thing. Right. But are one yo mama? I want. Mama are grew up to win Halloween through mama parties and stuff. I became something minutes. Minniti fair. Somebody comes up to, you know. No, you're not. Well, Megan Kelly. Maybe she saw that same article because she has some thoughts about what she should and shouldn't be able to dress up as and we have a clip. There was a controversy on the real housewives of New York with Luan as she dresses Diana Ross, and she made her skin look darker than it really isn't. People said that that was racist and I don't know. I felt like kudos love Diana Ross. She wants to look Diana Ross for one day. I, I don't know how that got racist on Halloween. I haven't seen it. You cut off my man, Jacob sober off who van. I haven't seen it, but that sounds racist. Yeah, and they're like, well, let's racist. Yeah, and it. Wow. Yeah. And a minute before that she had said that, like specifically said like, people think it's offensive for white people to dress up as black people or black people to dress up as white PL. And I just don't see the big deal. Right and like it's like, why is it was so focused on race? Yeah. Says Megan Kelly for a, you know, it's the culture wars, you know, full full steam right now. It makes sense that we're getting these takes around Christmas. I wonder who she would really want to dress up as I can't imagine. There's a person of color this. She respects she would dress up as some kind of total caricature of something. But yeah, she probably respect Konya. Yeah. Oh my God. Can you imagine I bet you write that. We're gonna see some white boys, black the fuck up with the maga- hat on with the Yee's and then have a car dashing below you con- you mega and like it's all good because you wouldn't be mad because I'm a free thinker. They can use that influence or costume that we saw. Yeah, exactly. From urban outfitters, which is just basically like Heather grey bandages. Right? You wrapping your body? Yeah. Megan Kelly. I think a lot of credit for being part of the resistance, and I think this is just yet another example of, you know, ju just because somebody has has a public feud with Trump does not mean that they are remotely woke where people are really trying to paint her though, as some kind of hashtag resistance person. Yes, she was on the cover, all sorts of man. I remember that that thing, but like just aside from that cycle, did anyone even actually take that is like, oh, there's an ally. Well, and then she went from Fox News to NBC. Yeah, but then shit like, but then she's making. She's still Megan, Kelly, and I am not speaking defense. Of course, you R Kelly t shirt on right now. All right. But this is from her woke period. Right? Woke makes her look. Woke makes her look. That mommy could be woke is by the end of the curse, right? Yeah. Well, hey, you know, she's dried up, you know, but it's funny like not her business. Yes. Yes. Like you're saying member of before we started recording, Brandon. You're saying you like in the beginning, people just used to just say, shit, like, why don't see the problem and they move on. And now we had to watch her haw a little bit to try to come up with a reason like, well, if people want to dress Diana, that's also that it's not an argument to justify anyone wearing black face. And if we're still trying to explain to people in two thousand eighteen like the ins and outs of black face. Then it's twenty eighteen. So like I don't. I'm not going to try any more like I literally, I'm going to just be at the better party. Like there was a time where felt like as a minority, maybe the reason that people were racist because they were ignorant, and then you realize the racists because they picked it be racist. So I'm like this on you feel free. Madoukh stay as racist as you want to. We know how much your party sucks. Right? She'll feel free kick it, kick it as much as you want to John's black people, Mexicans, Asian people, gay people, whatever we know what your party looks like. It's like mashed potatoes with mayonnaise and some. It's not going to be good, just me. No good music. No, good spices. No good enough. And so I'm like, I don't have time anymore to like educate people as to what's really going on out there. You just have to like, listen and hear the music and smell the food me like, whoa, whoa. What fuck is that over there? Six. By the way, that's the only embassador ship we have. We're not going to be like, come in and learn our customs and do other shit. You can hear the music and smell the mother fucking spices from now on. It just a bunch of it's standing around punching each other while naming as many serials positivity can. Welcome to the proud boy those. Oh, you know, they got like three more got arrested. Did they because NYPD was fighting like, hey, I think they realized this looks mad racist and we're on their side if we're not really investigating this and like a couple of people had to turn themselves in, they arrested another guy. We'll see where it goes, but you know. So there was a big St., bro. Yeah, I think we talked about that last week. Yeah, but between the prow boys and anti fog, mcgavin mckiness did a reenactment of Japanese socialist being assassinated with samurai sword. That was tight. And then, yeah, there were like some counter protesters outside. And then right after the event, like group of probably's get tussle with them. And yeah, antifa found video of the fight Mike deed, every proud boy wild. Like before the NYPD, hey, if you have any information, blah, blah. Meanwhile, on like far left Twitter, everyone had been like within moments like, okay, these are everyone's names. Here's linked in pages. Right here. Like does anyone have any info to like the New York antifa chapter cut like some video with like everybody like wants to rule. We will find you will this looping their faces. Yeah, it was Israel Israel. It's so crazy that you never see private in Harlem. It's not really proud. Yeah, they're not going up the past like maybe definitely not getting up to the one twenties of any city? Yeah. I went down to Maxine Waters office last time. They said they were going to go down news like maybe three or four months ago. They were like, we're sending people to Maxine Waters office and I was like smoking. To meet or that is. It is like one twentieth and I was like standing there I should not have been in that sounds like this. The only time I ever see this neighborhood right? Because there were cops, but there were so many people out that they had to cancelled. Weird like weird. It's like black people don't like with down with racist. Didn't realize usually when I'm just pressing yuppie, white people easier. But yeah, that was crazy. Due to Mike, you did not. You didn't geo tag where you all were headed? Right? You know what I'm saying? Yeah, because I'm like, even I was like. I'll go to. Pull up with that energy over there. Right. Literally, you have the wrong and place to be doing. All right. We're gonna. Take a quick break. We'll be right back. Hey, here's a question mile. It's very aggressive, but how did you sleep last night? I slept pretty well actually. Did you? Yeah. Well, you know, I got that purple mattress like you right. Are you trying to like? I didn't have one. I actually forget that you got one hanging over your head, but now I guess we can just hang it over our listeners head that we have purple mattresses and you guys purple mattress feels different than anything you've ever experienced. It uses this brand new material that was developed by an actual rocket scientist. 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And we're back and we wanted to check in on the story of Jamal showed Jesus murder in the Saudi embassy because yeah, just a lot of crazy details trickling out a courtesy of Turkey, and one of them is that you know. So the Saudi government eventually came out with their story which they were like hold on. We're we're still working on our investigation which was just like three guys behind a door somewhere, just like testing out different stories. And they finally came out with to show g. came in to the consulate, and then just started a fistfight with like eighteen dudes who just happened to be there or something, and then they had to kill him. So yeah, that was their story and Turkey released all sorts of details that kind of fly in the face of that. Yeah, because they turkeys in an interesting position to right now, like a lot of foreign investment has left the country. They're sanctions against them and. And they're kind of playing this like they're slow leaking stuff to try and get the Saudis be like, hey, if you want to start investing here, maybe we can get rid of some of these tapes, but they're really loving being messy shit right now because on one side, they get to drive a wedge between the west and the Saudis in another one, they can possibly get money for their economy, but either way they seem to know a lot in the more they leak. The more this shit looks like a straight up like Tarantino flick where, like, you know, the news over the weekend was initially before the, oh my y'all. I don't know how he died in that fistfight and got chopped up. But right, you know, fistfights the initial story when he disappeared. It was like, no, we don't. I don't know her right. I think he left check the video read and it turns out that one of the dudes in the fifteen man Harlem or harem Globetrotters has asan's squad. That came through was a guy meant to be a body double to dresses Jamal kashogi. So right after I guess they must have disrobed. Him someone wore his clothing, put on a fake beard, walked out the back of the consulate. So he would be on CCS navy. Even have a guy with a beard. They will say, beard and homemade anywhere the same shoes. Like he, you could tell us. The whole thing was like, dude, the guy is wearing his clothes and then they sent him. He went to the blue mosque and was basically trying to, I think, just appear on TV so they could be like, hey, he was there. You know, even though he's worried fiance was outside in the front. Yeah. Why would he go out the back? Even though he was there to get his divorce papers, and then he went into a party and was like, I'm Jamal kashogi. And that little girl from Brandon's party was like, no, you're not no look at your shoes, mother fucker or party services, a fake beard. But yes, falling off. So then that was been. So that was one element. And then the next thing is we find out that there were a basically four calls that were made from the consulate to the Royal offices in Saudi Arabia. Like, wow, the torture was going on. And then one call went to the US, but we don't know what that is, which. It's very interesting and I won't speculate because we can already smoke shit a mile away. But then you know, the next thing that we find it just gets the layers. Just keep adding up. So that's why we can wait three days and we can just spend fifteen minutes talking about how fucking horrific. This whole thing is. So then on top of that, we found out that one of the heads of like intelligence, Skype in to the Saudi consulate while they were killing Jamal, who show g. basically heads of Saudi intelligence who reports directly to NBS. Right, right. Exactly. And they said they were at one point. He was hurling insults at her show g. hush. Oh, g. apparently clapback with his insults. And then according to the Turkish intelligence, they said, that's when this official who was on the Skype con Saudi Arabia's just said, bring me the head of the dog and then close laptop and just did whatever the fuck they proceeded to do. So, yeah, this whole thing is just getting darker and darker and then on Monday, Mohammed bin saw. On and the king had received kashogi sons to the palace to offer their condolences to them. And it is one of the most like, I don't know, like cringing not cream makes me die inside to like, look at NBS, like shaking the hand of his son and acting like, I don't know what happened. Everyone get to the bottom of this, and it's just a just gets darker by the minute. And every minute you have people like Trump and Jared Kushner be like, well, let's see what happens are like, oh, you know, we got this huge arms deal where we're creating false stakes that daren't going to impact jobs here, like we're trying to make it seem like an this is getting Messier Messier. Yeah. And as super producer on a hose near pointed out, like the whole fuel thing. And the idea that like we are completely dependent on them for fuel is not really true anymore. It's more just a strategic alliance in a political alliance because when the Trump administration started out, they went all in on, you know, fuck Iran. Let's go all Saudi Arabia, which you know they have a hostile relationship. The Obama administration had been more, let's work with Iran so that we're not totally dependent on this one power and the Trump administration went full. Let's let's prop this dude NBS up. So it's not a big, you know, they gotta hold them to a fifth and six world power bottom line is at that asset oil is as good as gold. It's as good as silver. It's as good as diamonds. And if you have gold silver diamonds, you are pushed down before you can ever think about command because they fully understand when I say vais legit. Mean Europe understands that we trickle down from the top of this mug. We come down to the south and we get all the asset. They know the game. I'm right. The Cush Shoghi should is hilarious to me because I'm in this, not not the death of, but it's a Larry's to me in that you will have the average American sit here and give you the details of the Star Wars. Verse. About game of thrones and the when you say this shit is happening right now for the same reasons. They're like, I don't understand international power. I don't get it. Yeah. What do you mean? British Petroleum didn't run a split revenue with Iran when they first found oil there. So then they sent people from the US to stabilize it and put in puppy government, play ball with him. I don't know what that means. I don't know what that story line is. I can't follow it. That person was really knowledgeable for not knowing that. Yeah, it's and then like, you know. We talk about how NBS had that full court press of trying to revitalize its image from buying magazines and things like that. You know, he also played. I don't know if he played a lot of people, but you have people like Lindsey, Graham now who now that the evidence is overwhelming in terms of the kind of evil, that transpired in this situation acting like, I can't believe what happened and like I listen to Lindsey. Graham just be like fully just shocked that how dare he, I don't mind military sales, but I cannot do business with the current leadership NBS. He's done to me. NBS talks about reform the country in a way that I liked. I've never felt more used in my life. I introduced him when he was in Washington, but he imprisoned the Lebanese Prime Minister. He embargoed the country gutter without telling us, and I believe he is responsible for the killing Mr. Kosugi and the most brutal way. And I'll never go back as long as he's there. You'll never convince me that he didn't do this, but you didn't know this is going down also sanctioned the the thing is that I'll never ever sit at his dinner table again. Right? That's that's the, that's the punishment, right? I'm done with him for great. This is not the bachelor, yes. And just a reminder that you know, we talk on this show about the blades blade, what? How there's this whole tabloid empire Brumby David pecker who is Trump's main homey and when NBS was like going on his tour of the western world where he was like, you know. Winning over western powers, and there was a New York Times up dead by Thomas Friedman about like what a dope guy NBS is calling him NBS and being like, this guy's got great ideas. I mean, what can I say? David Pegg are had a tabloid that was all just NBS being like, yeah, great guy. NBS great guy. Great guy. Like NBS weekly, basically what it was with no ads in it. No, it was talking about that because they paid so much money. They just print a book of just fantasy talk about him, right. So you know, Trump was calling in favors on behalf of this dude is going to be hard to convince him, but you know, it's just putting him in a weird place because now they're finding themselves in place where the facts, it's really hard to lie their way out of this, right? That's why Trump on one hand has to be like, well, you know, I don't want. I don't want these deals to fall through we. We can't just throw alliances out the window like this over one kill journalist. But then on the other hand, be like, I really don't like what I'm seeing, right? You know? And it's like, you can't have it both ways. Yeah. So if. Really wanted to get down to gotten down. They they figured out who did it how to how to prosecute these people. I mean, there's an INTERPOL. It's not like the US is working with INTERPOL. I came in on the way today. There were like three different places are working on this. Well, those three places of the most corrupt places on the right? Yeah, yeah. And now the cats are really trying to figure out what's going on with these birds disappearing, right? Yeah, there is a great tweet that our producer on Jose share with us that was a cat with a dead rat and it says he died accidentally. While I was questioning him. Yeah, I thought there was like a argument to be made from an international relations like the realist standpoint that we need Saudi Arabia because of, you know, brinksmanship and like we need allies and that part of the world and we need their oil. But it turns out that's not even true. That's it's more just like Trump and he, he kind of put himself out on a limb to back this guy. Now it's just making them look stupid and and sadly they, they can disrupt a lot of the global economy just because of how dependent we are just in general, all the fossil fuel, how fossil fuels play an important part in the region and the rest of the world. They do have this power to to also shake shit up if they want to. So it's a very, it's somebody was saying that even if they do like shutdown all exports, US like fracking would just go up like there's enough fuel in the world now that you actually don't like they don't have as. Much power as they used to in that respect, which is why NBS felt the need to like, go on this, you know diplomacy thing. It used to be that they could just do nine eleven and just be like, hey, but we got all the oils wanting you go attack Iraq instead. And now because fuel is coming from so many different places and it's more of an international good people don't have to listen to the Saudis. Why I think I think you would immediately affect the Middle East. I, though right then then us oil production. The game is to get the Middle East us all of their oil up first and in Russia, and the United States will have the largest oil stocks in the world. So if you knew you had a diminishing supply of something, you would get your rivals obviously to burn through there. And that's, that's what the United States policy is going to be. It'd be, we sit on oil reserves. You guys give us your stock and then when things turn badly, we've got all the oil and you know this because most presidents opened up the strategic oil reserve. Clinton used to do it. I think Obama did it once this president is like, no, we'll do it to break the Saudis per barrel price. Right? And we're not gonna do it to to give the American consumer a break on their guy. Right, right. So you know that we're about to go into a cycle, November December January is when they're gonna hit us all for gasp increases, but guys did midterms are coming up. So let's talk about things that are going to affect real Americans like the caravan of immigrants who are heading north for. I mean, they must be just feet away from the US Mexican border based on the wedding on Fox News and full of Trump didn't even say terrorists. He just said middle easterners, like he kind of he'd was like, look inside there. There's MS thirteen. There's criminals and Middle East middle easterners. So is that just bad on its own that they're from the Middle East? I don't. Again, you know, because it's not. Even a dog whistle. Just a racist spoke and flare gun. He say self, that's just basically like it's don't look at this people trying to, you know, avoid the hardships or like the fact that we're in bed with the hunter and government. That's exacerbating the problem and just focus on the fact that these are terrorists, right? These are bearings at the gate. Yeah, they're gonna fuck everything up and they are one thousand seven hundred miles away and traveling on foot pace of six miles an hour. We'll stop them breeze rain, maybe even an uphill incline. We stop these people here the numbers go from like there's one hundred people to their seven thousand there, seventy thousand what we stop, seven thousand people from getting into the United States. I don't know a bus right. Two buses parked sideways, do not have a gate is there. People are worried that they're just going to just call up seven thousand. We could've stopped. There have been like five thousand, maybe six thousand seven thousand people. How do you catch all those people? Because again, it's just to incite the the base and just get them on this. This like racist paranoid fantasy of Brown people moving towards the thing. And again, it's an only presenting this story as like they're coming to harm us, not we are. We've harmed their countries and made it unsustainable for them. So therefore there there are migrating to find better lives. They're walking through very dangerous country and they're walking as a group because that's the only safe way to like walk through that part of the world without any protection, and it's full of women and children, and as any group of seven thousand people would be, it's probably has some people in there who aren't with. Children aren't great, but like that's people are willing to just, you know, go with this group because it sucks where they're coming from, but it just underlines again how Trump knows. Fuck on this administration is at every turn their, their answer to a problem is some kind of self defeating solution where it's like, hey, I'm gonna. I'm gonna solve. I'm gonna solve immigration. Okay. We're going to build a wall k. that didn't work. Okay. How about this only be so fucking inhumane to people that they'll never come wait, they're still coming. Okay. Then my next thing is I'll pull all my age to the countries that they're coming from to even worsen the situation like the fuck. Yeah, like there's nothing even reasonably. You're like that? No, no, no, no. None of these are actual solutions in for a while. He was like, well, they they got. We have to like their countries have to be great again, so they don't leave or whatever. But you every time he's proposed slashing our aid to Central America. Luckily congress is like, okay, maybe a. We'll take a little bit of a nothing close to the cuts you're asking for. And also he doesn't have the power to just be like, okay, cutting like that again because he doesn't also understand how the just the general government operates. But yeah, it's just a very every solution is exacerbates the issue and he has, no, there's no awareness. And then even again, he was over the weekend talking about a tax cut. He was gonna give people. Yup. Class tax. Oh, ten percent by next week, right in the middle of a rally, put somebody like in the corner like y'all don't make it hot for me. I can t attacks like ten percent. By next week, you'll see it. And then a reporter was like a my man. Congress isn't even in session you. They have to do that and he's gab, but we're gonna have a resolution and like the like, but what do you mean? There's no-one. No-one can vote on that and he's I gab, but we'll do the vote after. So then how you're gonna get the tax cut and he's like, well, we'll figure it out. You got to trust me. You should see some of the shit that I'm pulling off already. Yeah, I'm just I'm actually just able to lie. Yeah, right questions it unless it's fucking. Think for yourself or like you? Yeah, it's, it's it's about to get real grassroots up in this motherfucker. We're going to figure it out there. If we lose midterms, which there's a significant chance that we could lose midterms possible, but his, it's in the room. I don't know. I guess that's not even wanting to entertain that end you, but like, you know, dig in everybody, you know, dig in Hodge wives, hij- kids, even if we win the midterms. Hodge wife had your kids because the backlash from matched, it's going to be insane as well. I always do. Just want one detail that I thought it was amazing in New York Times article. They interviewed a Republican in northern Minnesota named Carol shields, seventy five care. All love, man. Said she was afraid that migrant gangs could take over people summer lake homes in the state of Minnesota. What's to stop them said MS shields, retired accountant. We have a lot of people who live on lakes in the summer and winter someplace else when they come back in the spring, their house could be occupied. What fucking chain Email did she get forwarded? But this is the thing race. It's very, very, like his rhetoric, his idea just saying, yeah, we're gonna pass tax cuts. Even though it's like technically impossible like that should just works with his. They've stopped like the whole. The media is the enemy thing. He is the only source of information for the people who follow him. He's like, who is the leader of the m night? Shyamalan movie the village who was like the head. Village. I forget the village mayor William hurt or something anyway was just sort of being like, yeah, you don't want to go out there, right? He's fucked up. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I already know. Yeah, you don't wanna ask questions. It's, there's nasty monsters. Just staying here. Everybody shut the fuck up. We'll be okay and like the these people like just lack such real world experience of whether they even understand how what the life of a person who is migrating or what like how people begin to squad on a vacation home. Like what are these people going on? Fucking Zillow or something like what's activity in this property? Like let me go squad over here. What are they? What? What do they think people are doing? And again, the only reason you can leave an operating. There is a probably because you so badly want to believe that people who are immigrating this country are evil or you're just so ignorant that all you need is a Trump or a chain Email to tell you, oh, there was a vacation home where someone was squatting and it may have been immigrants to then go, oh yeah, that's what happens now, everybody's home. Yeah, let's just a little reminder. We don't watch our lifestyle. We don't. We don't want your shit. Nobody wants to live in your lake house. That's baller to Hugh. Brett was bothered us is hanging out with each other, some secluded as location about love lakes. I'm really into the vacation lifestyle, but we're gonna live in Minnesota's cold bra. Right. And also just presupposes that these people are criminals off top rather than this is someone who? Yeah, they're coming here to fuck him. Hi, you're heal your your your lake house? No, these people coming here because they're trying to better their lives and they're not trying to go from eight z suddenly. Right? They're like, oh yeah, I'm just I'm walking from Honduras to Beverly Hills, and I'm just gonna kick a door down and this is my house now like like a lake houses ever appeared in Eisai rocky video. When you start seeing your shit appear in our videos, then you can be nervous until just just go ahead and keep that when that cut just as at rocky, just swatting. Mosquitos Minnesota's real bad for mosquitoes in the summer. It is. It is. Yeah, yeah, lakes to know another GOP candidate family is begging you to vote for, not him in Nevada. It's amazing. 'cause I year like people like Bob good lights, son was being like, my dad's sucks. And then there's that other guy who all his siblings were in that ad like, and I know he sucks because I'm his brother, his sister, and now there's another op-ed for this guy. I may be pronouncing his name wrong. Adam, Laxa it. He's he's running for governor in Nevada. He's the Republican candidate. And his his family members published an op Ed in the Reno gazette being like, please don't vote for our brother. He's full of shit essentially is what it boils down to their. Like for starters, the mass claiming he's from Nevada, first of all, yes, he was born in Reno, and then we move the fuck outta there when he was a baby and lived in DC for all of our lives. He only moved back in two thousand thirteen when he wanted to become a politician. Next point, he acts like he's so folksy dude have and then like they're bringing up this thing that he did like the Basque fry, which was like some, you know, they had like hay bales and things, and this is the thing they're talking about how like he has like this fake aura. This is from a quote from it. Adam is dressed in a quote, western shirt monogrammed with his campaign logo quote, work boots engines that looked like they were ordered off Amazon the week before if Adam is elected governor, these values will be put in danger. So they're talking about how he's just a train wreck. They just go down a list and it just show it shows you that people are starting to sort of get fed up with other people's bullshit to 'cause they're just be like, man, like. Before it was fine when he was just trying to be a politician or whatever. But I think they're seeing how aggressively full of shit. Some people are like, I'm sorry, I have to. I have to air this dude out this too much, and you gotta start snitching start snitching because because just like people just like the Germans were like, man, somebody turned our family into the Nazis. You can do this shit on the left to. You could be like, homeboy is not a liberal at all. This dude is straight up saying that he bought Tom's but he don't wear Tom TOMS to work. And then he goes home and he puts on baby ostrich small, small African children who get beat up by small Asian children paid to do that. We need t- cycle white people. You gotta start. Snitching dudes. Y'all got a start. Snitching on dude, be super creepy. Don't don't. Wait until people come forward. Don't wait till you're black friend is like that person's a little racist. Don't wait for your girlfriend to come. Be like that dude's a little creepy. Start snitching. All right. We're gonna. Take a quick break. We'll be right back. Miles, you've heard of Robin Hood having my favorite Kevin Costner film and Morgan Freeman has painted man, great accent work by him. But no, I'm actually talking about a phone application. Yes, Robin Hood is actually an investing app that lets you buy and sell stocks options cryptos, you know, all your market stuff. 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Is one dude like have a whole glow up from being like the wokers frat dude, guys. I got to put this whole frat on blast, and then he gets like he gets like a deal and then they hastened. They get richest. That would be awesome, but took us. It's video. It's videos, do drop rookies into girls drink. If. Speed, beaten his ass. Wordstar. I mean, yeah, that's the change has to come internal changes to come. We'll do it. Twitter poll on whether snitch is get riches or snitching get hugs is the better catchphrase spend. Hug my landlord. I get a victim Brian. I know from experience right. I want next month. So to talk briefly because there's been a story that's been sort of slowly trickling out over the past couple of weeks. Just about what the Trump organizations business actually is. Adam Davidson a New Yorker writer. This is kind of been as beat for the past. You know year basically just kind of keep an eye on all investigations into the business side of the Trump administration and the Trump organization. And he just he wrote a short article that was called is fraud part of the Trump organization business model and just kind of made the point that if you look at the history of the Trump organization, they go from like one business to a completely unrelated business to a completely unrelated business. And these are businesses where you don't raise money in the same way. You don't raise money from the same people, like all of the things are different in a way that makes it. It makes no sense light with a snake oil salesman who goes from town to town. No one knows what they're up to king medicine that basically has the same ingredient which is alcohol rate lakes, Ristani. There's a reason you don't see people go from builder of lower middle-class apartments to builder of luxury buildings to casino company to brand licensing firm to like just seller of its name on buildings and bottled water. It's like nut none of those things really contribute to why other we do because we live in Hollywood, right? So we see, we understand this concept and the truth of the matter is like, oh, boy builds buildings. Casinos are very large buildings. He knows a bunch of builders that makes sense guys an interior designer, and he's suddenly moves to cruise ships. That makes sense to me because a cruise ship is a space and he's good at doing spaces. So I get how he's doing. It's that they keep moving around and burn people from right from business and that they're able to raise capital because they become corporations. That's the thing that people. Need to look at like this has so many businesses that are illegal bright, but there's gotta be some laundering going on. Oh yeah. And he's so old school mafia that he's got to be guilty of something that a prosecutor even a base level. I'm trying to tell you could send the NYPD to Trump's house and they were find some shit. Yeah, I guarantee it. Yeah. So I knew about the New York Times story that was like thirty thousand were like too many words to read the whole thing. But basically it was all about how the Trump organization was founded with money from Trump's dead Trump said he only took a one million dollar loan that he paid back from his dad, and he was a millionaire by the time he was eight and was just, you know, making just getting all sorts of money and finding different ways to avoid paying taxes on it. Most of them legal, some of them questionable in terms of their legality. But there was also a WNYC investigation that came out last week that was all about. How the Trump organization does deals internationally. And it's basically like this shit is all fraught Greece, bro? Yeah, it's basically Greece where like they just get money from countries where you know nobody would borrow money from that money. Yeah, go to Turkey, just deceptive. Borrowing getting people to buy in and then just the bait and projects. Shuddered writes, the Trump organization makes off with money and a bunch of other people get screwed and they go from one country to the other doing that. Yeah. And then what are you going to do? So like he builds a building in the us as crooked contractors. Most contractors have street level operatives who you, you're a legit, dude. You just wanted to put the mirrors Trump hotel. Right? But the concrete company is is a little dirty. It's got some guys will show up at your house and he knows that that's the difference between Trump and everybody else is that we are all fucking with the mob and gangs. We dealing with like, oh, somebody needs a TV. This dude is the syndicate syndicate is really rich. White dudes who are the mob, it's it's a control of all the rest shit. It's the people who own the planes that the people who own the poppy fields. It's those cats. He's always been with those cats. He's been filthy since he was a kid. Yeah, and his daddy was filthy. Oh, really? Really bad. It's like the Kennedys only less class because Joe Kennedy was a bootlegger and then he wanted to get out the business. So we put his kids into politics, and that's what we're watching right now. Right? Yeah. And what our future president von Trump. Deigns to run jersey. She's not going to rush. You're gonna be like, she me like I'm Basseterre like someone windows man fucking think about is like, I'm not gonna run in twenty twenty Yvonne because yeah, I bet she'll come away from this presidency if not in prison, she'll be like the things I saw this due to my father, the mainstream media. Right, right. Totally uncalled for and I will never like we'd watch Titian. Please watch out for Nikki Haley show up on the scene. She's for price that she scheming. Yeah, we saw that sell the move coming from a mile away. So I love how everybody get out there right after either either about to do some dirt or they Justice would Nikki Haley. Mike boy, we kill a journalist an embassy and now you know. Interesting because witness have been under your jurisdiction, something to look into the UN on whatever, whatever. And just saying that has showed, gee, said that the thing that made NBS like, tell him to stay quiet. And I've said this almost every time we talk about this was when he criticized Trump. So you know, that could've just been like you fucking up my money. Yeah, could've also he did go after the prince directly. Yeah, he did, but not shit. He should a little little bit of. No. Well, no, I wouldn't say a little bit of non better. Thank you for your service. Yes, here's serious. Do we know when his son's showed up at the palace? Was that just like out of fear for their life? Yeah, essentially. Yeah, super producer on a Jose just informed us. One of the sons has a travel ban and cannot leave the country. So, yeah. I mean, this photo is frightened, it will. It will shake you to your core. He's just like shaking. He's like, yeah, I'm sorry about your dad, your the kid. You could just tell like he's shaking the hand of the person responsible for father's death, right? Like grisly death? Yeah. What a fucking demented power moved to pull somebody like that, but that is that old shit. Yeah, that three BC type shit. Yeah, you know. All right. Let's talk about this mother Jones story, a Florida man. Always the start of a good news story was arrested Sunday after allegedly groping a woman who had been sleeping on a plane Yip and he told authorities that President Donald Trump said it was acceptable to in the words of a federal criminal complaint quote, grab women by their private parts. Yes, I was, yeah, groped a sleeping woman run the plane. And yeah, I mean, it was. A matter of time, I think because clearly his racist actions brought all the closeted racists to be like, okay, let me take my mask off and it was only a matter of time before. I mean, I'm you'd look at the people. We just confirmed to the supreme court and shit like that. Of course, like I thought this would happen before racists. Yeah. Like whatever. I mean, like you said, we have president pussy grabber like problem. Yeah. And this shit is up. I mean, a sexual assaults are up, racist crimes. Are. I'm not surprised that he did that and I'm not surprised that it use it as defense. I wouldn't be surprised if it worked. Right at the point that we're at if they were in an all male jury with a judge and all men, prosecutors and defense attorneys if somebody was like, yeah, well, the Trump defenses, it's working on a lot of cases across the contracts. It's it's the best thing since stand your ground. Yeah, and I mean, it does seem like, yeah, it seems like we've seen his behavior sort of have have a backlash effect with the metoo movement, but it is probably the time where we're going to start seeing the backlash to that back. I guess I don't wanna cabin. Yeah, and I'm not trying to present it as if like, oh, no one was being groped on airplanes. Prior to this. I mean, this is always been an issue, but like to have people just be like, oh, why did I do it? Because my logic is the president said, this is this is twenty eighteen twenty whatever. And there's no loss. All right, guys. Let's talk about Drake. Oh my goodness. This man, even when he loses. He wins. There's something you know. I don't know what his secret is. Maybe that he's just really good at collaborating with artists that will guarantee him hits like that bunny, but that track MIA basically put him above the Beatles now because now he has the most hot one hundred top ten songs in a single year in sixty four. The Beatles had eleven hard day's night. Can't buy me love, it's cetera. And this year Drake has twelve. So my I mean, it's it's, it's, he's, he's on a roll. We stopped, can't be stopped. He's on a hell of a run. Do you like Drake are like I'm going to be honest. Like I like some Drake for Emma, certainly liked him when he first started out thinking everyone did you. There's a track where he's like, I'm trying to do this thing where I saying now I hope it works out and it was like really don't because his rappers go. He's probably one of the few that can sing and rap same time kind of saying he kind is gonna wind all because auto tunes, yeah, can wind melodic way, but he was such a. Kid and he seemed a thin tick initially, Ryan, some of the stuff. What I would like is if his, you know, it's my two cents. Oh, keep it much shorter miss next time, but it'd be cool if if his comments about women changed, I hope that he matures as a man. I don't know. I mean, he seems to be friends with fucking bunch children too. Right? Know why the fuck man that was Millie, Bobby Brown, like giving her dating advice, showing the restaurant down for the eighteen year old that he's like when. So you think the shoes drop with this dude. Also we need to. We need to keep a very close eye on Abry. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. I do keep an eye on him. It's important to be a mentor, but you know, you could have been a mentor to some a girls that weren't already gorgeous celebrities, so you can always tell it. A man is friend. He's like, oh, yeah, sponsor ladies. I'm good to everybody that you look at all the ladies that he sponsors and you're right, but they're all gorgeous being right. You'll have nobody in their this. Like, you know, it doesn't look like a just Instagram thirst. Trapper somebody not trying to have a liberty right that you're not in your mind. Some like, hey, the guy's playing video. You know, here's hand out money to whoever, but he's still wouldn't, but but you know, it's amazing to me that that shit always fizzes me off because. Do your budget was a million? You handed out a million, but you worth so much money and also long long-term gains think you understand Jackson men. Also, you're just exploiting these people need. So you couldn't just flat right in a video, come Bill on this. Just want you beat reduce some actual philanthropic work and not make it a music video and not to for everybody to be like, yo the God's plan video, right? He made that one family cry with money, right? That's a reflection of our economy and our society, not him being DAT, and God needs better representation because a lot of people be jacking them. Be like, thank God for this, right? How God is getting screwed on these fucking of God's brand. Right? But I mean, Drake is kind of getting to that level of success that like Elvis, Michael Jackson level where like is not slowly slowly. I mean. In terms of hits he's, but I'm gonna tell you like the the stats don't hold up because if we're talking streams and shit, that's right, right. So that's not really fair. I'll gave him his props. I just mean how dominant as an artist. I'm not going to go and be like Dan. I mean, half like most his recent albums have been filler basically like each album, MC, maybe two songs. You're like, oh, that was used to have albums where the whole album was good, right? But you know, God bless him. I think congratulations on your success. I'm not trying to be a hater enough then, but I I will also call spin spayed and say like, these are the issues started hanging out with women who are your age. That'd be nice. Yeah, it'd be nice Brandon as always it's so fun having you in studio him. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you so much for having me. The people find you. A lot of stuff I got coming out, it's going to be animation. So it's going to be two years from now, but no, really two years from the a nightmare because I got bills to pay right now. I'm trying to get in the clubs right now. I'm trying to do stuff right now, but human is on a net seven hundred. Hey. Also, thanks for thanks for like two years from now, be animated, famous Brazil won't even recognize him. My life sucks basically until you could see me outside, I'll be in front of the building man trying to get this money. Isn't that good fan though? That people will recognize you on the street, but you'll get done or convince people that you're successful like, oh, what are you doing like? Well, in two years. Right. Okay, sir. All right. And is there a tweet or some other piece of media? Because I know you're not on Twitter, Twitter, young, never getting these jokes for free and my shows where all right. Where's your next show? Probably be doing a harm in town checkout where you wherever you find out and listen to podcasts, I'll probably pop up on a harmony town. Okay, I'm happy to be at this one. This is really, I'm in the now this one case. Let's start this over. You should do relive this one. We'll go back to the first time. Brandon came straight miles working. People find God. You can find me on Twitter and Instagram at miles of gray out of, no. I had to be LEGO, Batman, right there. A tweet that I like is from Jamal hill who actually just quote tweeted this interaction that was with Trump talking about the tax cuts that he said we're going to happen and it just, it just says, well, let me just read you this interaction and the. I'll say question and the president question, you said lower tax cuts. You said that you wanna tax cuts by November. First, congress isn't even in session. How is that possible Trump? No, we're going to be passing. No, no. We're putting in a resolution sometime in the next week or are we gonna have two weeks question a resolution where we're going to put in. We're giving a middle income tax reduction of about ten percents. We're doing it now for middle income people. This is not for business. This is for the middle. We've already given them and question. Are you signing an executive order for that? No, no. I'm going through congress, but congress isn't in session though. We won't have time to do the vote. What do the congress is out though? We'll do the vote after the elections and Melilla puts the president is Leslie Nielsen from airplane. Oh, yeah. What a joke world be living. Oh my God, good dinner, ROY tote. Something at me said, you know that piece of trivia you bring up about Tom Selleck being the first choice for Indiana Jones, and then he captured an image of magnum PI next to Harrison. 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1A Across America: Ten Democrats Debate

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1A Across America: Ten Democrats Debate

"Support for this NPR podcast and the following message come from better help online counseling by licensed professional counselors specializing in issues including depression, stress and anxiety. Visit better help dot com slash one eight to learn more and get ten percent off your first month. This is one A. I'm Kimberly Adams in Washington, sitting in for Joshua Johnson. It's officially debate time. One, New Jersey Senator Corey Booker former housing secretary Leon Castro New York City mayor Bill de Blasio. Former Maryland congressman John Delaney. Hawaii congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard Washington. Governor Jay Inslee. Minnesota Senator Amy clover show. Former Texas congressman Beddoe Aurora. Ohio congressman Tim Ryan, and Massachusetts, Senator, Elizabeth Warren and of the more than twenty candidates running for the democratic presidential nomination took the stage in Miami to talk about a lot of topics and quickly tonight. We'll hear from ten more hosted by NBC news, MSNBC, and Telemundo, last night's debate was many voters introduction to some of these candidates. How did they do? Did they make a name for themselves or just get lost in the noise here in the studio to help us answer? Those and other questions is Jessica Taylor a political reporter for NPR and. A senior political reporter for the cook political report. Jessica welcome back to one A. Thanks kimberly. We also want to know did the candidates, talk about the things voters actually care about we've heard from a lot of people so far as part of one as across America project. It's a collaboration with six public radio member stations across the country to make sure we are exploring what your communities are thinking about this. Election cycle today. We'll check in with voters of round the country to hear what they think one of those people is Brandon Johnson. He's a Wichita city council member and the vice chair of the Kansas Democratic Party, and he joins us now from our across America partner station. Kate M U W in Wichita, Kansas, Brandon. Welcome. Thank you for having me, so pleasure, being on. Let's start with you, Brandon. You're at a watch party for last night's debate in Wichita what did you think of the candidates, I thought the candidates did a great job? You know, we saw the first ten go on. And you know, the Katie p. Hosted a watch party in two cities here in Kansas. I thought the candidates got really straight to the issues gave some really good ideas and things to talk about for today. And what did you think of the debate overall in terms of the actual content I thought the content was good. You know everyone had their talking points but through some of the back and forth banter, we really got to hear some ideas and some challenges to it and ways to get to some of those solutions. Can you give us a little bit of a visual of what your watch party was like? And what the vibe was in the room throughout the evening. Well, yeah, it was great. It was at a venue called the pump house here in Wichita outdoor venue, the weather was great. And we had probably fifty or so Democrats, they're watching folks were excited. I think Elizabeth Warren won the night with the turn out there, every time she spoke or made a point. You know, it was a lot of cheering going on. But it was it was a great event. That's interesting. So even in this very crowded debate format somebody stood out Elizabeth Warren to your crowd did any other candidates take you by surprise, you know, I hadn't. Heard a lot from Cory Booker. I'd seen him speak before. I'm sorry. Senator Booker he did a really good job. Hooley secretary Castro had some really good points as well. I think those three not only in my opinion, but seemed to get most of the cheers at the event, the other candidates kind of stayed around the same. I'd say Tulsi Gabbard had some really good points in regard to the war, but I don't think she rose to the level of those other three, a lot of you sent us your thoughts about how the debate was set up Stephen told us he wasn't watching last night. He tweeted with NBC controlling the production and distribution. It will be a joke five to seven minutes for each candidate is not adequate. No fact checking or challenging, and another listener who did watch called us to tell us what she thought. Listen. Hi, this is artists from Sherborne, and I wonder fresh, my disappointment in a way that the debate for moderated and designed. I felt that I wanted to know more about the candidates on either end who have pulled not as high and I don't know as much about them. But instead, most of the focus was given to the five in the middle. And I think that, that tells me that the media is going to define for me, who my candidate going to be, and I'm not happy with that. We've only heard from the first ten we've got ten more and I already feel like I'm being led down a path. So I thought candidate showed very well. And I was very excited about the presentation of their information, but I wish I knew more about Chelsea. I wish I knew more about the branch of people at their Jessica. Tell us about the structure of this debate. There were ten people on stage with a lot of rules in place. What were the standards set by NBC and how well do you think that worked out? So the standard set by NBC is there were no opening statements which is sort of an odd way to do it. And the candidates weren't even really introduced the eldest came out. For a picture. They went up and just went straight to their podiums. So they were asked you at sixty seconds to respond to a question in for a follow up, you would have thirty seconds and then there were closing statements though. And I mean it you saw candidates as they tend to do during debates. They pushed their time, you know, moderators would try to cut them off. They tried to get in there with something or interrupt or something. I mean, the fact is this is ten candidates, this is, you know, and of course, we have ten more tonight. I mean, it's just a huge, he'll is difficult to Mont to, to corral with that many people, you know, I saw some people on Twitter saying, you know, maybe a better idea would have been, you know, five for the first hour five for the next hour or something, it's just hard to try to get in there. And really, you know, we NPR did we looked at how much time? Each candidate got Cory Booker had the most time speaking time of the night with almost eleven minutes, followed by beta aerobic with just over ten Elizabeth Warren nine minutes. Twenty seconds. I mean and it goes on. Down. Jay Ensley actually had the least amount of speaking time with about five minutes. So this overall is not a lot of time for for any candidate. But you can you can see. I mean, I think that's why you know, we got some I think more policy steps substance from, you know, as Brandon said, I think, Elizabeth Warren. I mean, she was at the center of the stage. She is she was the front runner of this night, and it's sort of in the top tier of polling candidates. I do think, you know who Ian Castro. I think had a really good night. He was able to talk, I think, especially on immigration. He has some very detailed proposals there. And he actually got into it a bit with bit or work last night over immigration. We would not detain any family fleeing violence. In fact, fleeing the deadliest countries on the face of the planet today, we would implement a family case management program, so they could be cared for in the community at a fraction of the cost, and then we would rewrite our immigration laws in our own image, free dreamers forever from any fear of deportation by making them. US citizens here. In this country invest in solutions in Central America work with regional stakeholders. So there's no reason to make two thousand mile journey till secretary thirty seconds be very clear, the reason that they're separating these little children from their families. Is that they're using section thirteen twenty five of that act which criminalizes coming across the border to incarcerate the Pri the parents, and then separate them some of us on this stage have called to end that section to terminate it some congressman aerobic have not? And I want to challenge all of the candidates. I just think it's a mistake, I think it's a mistake, and I think that, that if you truly want to change the system that we got a repeal that section if not, thank you, then it might as well, say speaking on immigration and beta Rourke and Hawaii on Castro Jose tweeted, I found the use of Spanish in a debate as reflecting of the changing demographics of not only the Democratic Party, but also of the nation as a whole, Jessica. What did you think of that? It just sort of surprise me you had, I think it was better that came out there very first and one of his answers, which was actually about tax rates. And he started answering in Spanish attorney it into into there and actually didn't answer the question about seventy percent marginal tax rates. And then you saw Cory Booker use it and who in Castro a little bit. I think it does reflect the more and more people are in this country are bilingual or Spanish, their native language, and to have to communicate to those people, and to make them feel as though. They're a part of it. And I mean this debate, of course, was co sponsored by Telemundo, as well. You know, I heard some people say no they wish there had been subtitles or something, you know, maybe maybe debate moderators. They weren't ready for this or something. So he could see that tonight. I mean, you know, people to judge she speaks Norwegian and a bunch of other languages. So who knows what he could break out into. Brandin speaking of issues, what were the big issues that you didn't hear last night that you felt should have been a part of the debate I wanted to hear a lot about criminal Justice reform. There is a little bit said, I think by Senator Booker regarding the first step back, but I wanted to hear more details about what can we do work in with states like Kansas, you know, we've been talking about, but what can we do to go further than we have the first step back was a again. It was a good first up, but had not strong enough. And when you look at the majority population of those in prison, it's people of color. So to me, it's something really important that we need to discuss and get to the bottom of comments on our Facebook page, it felt like a three ring circus at times with many moderators and candidates. But I was glad to hear from each of the candidates because I'm searching for the one who will be the less best lead Houlihan Castro was the biggest surprise to me. He did very well and exceeded my expectations whereas aerobic Booker and Warren met expectations where. Speaking with Jessica Taylor NPR reporter and Brandon Johnson, vice chair of the Kansas Democratic Party. I'm Kimberly Adams of marketplace in for Joshua Johnson. You're listening to one A from W AMU, and NPR. Support for NPR and the following message come from carmax for more than twenty five years carmax has made it easy to sell your car. They provide free appraisals and offers on the spot carmax will buy your car even if you don't buy, there's in fact carmax has bought more than eight million vehicles. To learn more and schedule your free appraisal. Visit carmax dot com. This week, marks the fiftieth anniversary of the stonewall uprising a turning point in the movement for LGBTQ rights. So in this week's episode of the story or podcast from NPR will, revisit the very first documented, our founder, Dave, I say, made back in nineteen Eighty-nine called remembering stonewall. Listen in subscribe now. This is one A. I'm Kimberly Adams in for Joshua Johnson. I want to add two more voices to the conversation that we've met as part of our across America project. Joining us from WB H M in Birmingham, Alabama is page Horace of vice president for the Alabama young Democrats page. Welcome to one A. Thanks for having me on. And we also have Kate knock as well is who's in a studio at Michigan radio, one of our across America partners. Kate is a senior at the university of Michigan Kate. Glad to have you with us. It's a pleasure to be here. So Kate, let's start with you. First of all. How would you define yourself as a voter? And what did you think of what you saw last night? So I would consider myself a moderate, Republican, actually, was the former vice chair of the college Republicans here at the university of Michigan last year. But with everything I've seen with Trump since twenty sixteen I've been really disappointed in his lack of basic morals and integrity. So i'm. Definitely considering voting democrat in twenty twenty I just hope to see someone who's a bit more moderate. I think that Senator Amy klobuchar of last night really stood out to me as more moderate, and electable candidate. However, I saw general shift to be more radically liberal, from people like Warren Castroneves Booker, as well as surprisingly Tim Ryan, and beta who I thought would be a little bit more centrist than they were on their policies. So I just hope that tonight we see a bit more moderates that could compel me to vote democrat, I don't agree with things like, you know, free college for all universal healthcare, Medicaid for all. So I just want someone who can appeal to me as more of a moderate, and also I feel has integrity as a human being page. How would you identify yourself as a voter, and what was your assessment of last night? I'm actually a person I kind of really does look at the heart of the candidate. And then how the are going to work amongst the people, and with congress as well. So I try to says the candidate is a hole in look at which rates in positive traits that they can provide. And that kind of helps me start looking more at them in detail as to what their policies in what issues they're trying to focus on. So for me, the person that was just kind of looking at a little bit more in this debate was Elizabeth Warren. And she stood out last night, she came out with an opening statement that was really strong and she worked at and she's my candidate from last night. Page, you were at the Alabama young Democrats watch party last night. What did you hear from other people in the room? Everybody was actually cheering on Elizabeth Warren. I mean, we did watch a lot of facial expressions throughout this, that night, but overall, we were hearing a lot of tears in reference to. Women's rights, because that's a big issue going on within our state, the health care as well as looking at, you know, we want to hear more about criminal Justice reform. We didn't necessarily hear a lot of that. But yet and still we heard some of it. So we heard a lot of applauses with those, but those were the issues that I heard the most on the first question last night, did go to Massachusetts, Senator Elizabeth Warren about how her proposed policies might impact the economy which most people democrat and Republican agree is doing well white right now. Here's what she said. I think of it this way, who is this, a Konami really working for? It's doing great for thinner Infinity slice atop human. Great. So giant drug companies this is not doing great for people who are trying to get a prescription filled. It's a great for people who want to invest in private prisons, just not fifty the African Americans, Latin vaccine, families are torn. Pardons. Lives are destroyed and whose communities are ruined. It's still in great for giant oil companies that want to drill everywhere. Just not for the rest of us who are watching climate change bear down upon us, Brandon. Let's bring you back into the conversation. What do you think about the debate starting with questions about the economy? I think it was good because I was one of the things that Republicans continue to talk about as a strength right now. So talking about the strength was good, and Senator Warren, you know, rightly highlighted how it's not really strong for everyone else. I mean you're moderate lower income, folks aren't seeing the benefits of this economy that we continue to hear has been so strong is the economy. A big primary issue for you in particular, it is in a sense of doing more for the middle and lower classes. I mean, we continue to help those who are wealthy with with the tax cuts that we've seen. I mean they've gained so much, but your folks who are and not former speakers middle. Class four hundred thousand your folks who make a hundred thousand fifty thousand or less, what benefit or they get an we're not seeing that the only thing that we really seen as a child tax credit extension, and President Obama, actually did that prior. So again, where are we going to help them? And I'm really interested to hear what the proposals are to help those folks Kate last night. We asked our text club, the one, a text club what they wanted to hear disgust at the debate, and they overwhelmingly said climate change, but it took nearly an hour and a half to get to that in the debate. Did you have any thoughts on the placement of climate change as a discussion in the debate? Yeah. I mean I was surprised it was so late. But I do think that they had a pretty extensive discussion about it, especially we saw Jay Inslee governor of Washington, bring it up pretty much every single time. He had the floor. So I do think and Bego work as well. So I do think that it's an issue at the top of their minds but at the same time I thought that it was more extensively covered than any other big issues including taxes, free trade as people have said, criminal Justice. So I was I thought it was enough time. But I was surprised it took so long to get there to anything else surprise you about being missing in the debates. Yeah. Like I said, free trade was a big one for me. One of the biggest reasons I have been disappointed with Trump is because he says he believes in fair trade, not free trade. And that's just not something I can subscribe to. So I was hoping to see some more commentary on that and stronger positions. But there was ten candidates in a lot of things to cover. So I'm not surprised. It didn't come up. Jessica, what did you think about the topics the economy I feel like it's always sort of the base issue? So I think it made sense today started with that, and then immigration of courses in the minds of people with the horrendous conditions that are happening with the detention centers. And then, of course photograph, the we have seen of the, the man and his daughter trying to cross the river. And so I think that those sort of were maybe more pressing in the minds as several people have said, it's just you can't get to all of the questions temp. Ohio Representative Tim Ryan actually did speak to this just a tad bit. Maybe not on the free trade issue. But you know, he's from Ohio, he's a moderate. He's, you know, said the Democratic Party has moved too far to the left, and he actually did sort of speech that manufacturing base, and that's so important there and his his area there. I mean he wanted district that he he's in a district that President Trump had one and so. It's so you're looking at just the issues. There are very important has congressional districts, I think he was sort of trying to the steer the debate, they're a little bit. He made one of the few attacks directly on Trump in the debate criticizing the president for according to him, causing his area to lose jobs manufacturing jobs. Right. Right. And when you look at the numbers, I mean, Democrats have strong argument, they're there to make because some of these companies that Trump will tout have continued with layoffs and things too. And so, I think it will probably come up, more more tonight. But again, it was just a lot of issues to crown to try to cover even into ours. I was surprised by how fast it felt like it went by page what did that stage look like to you? And how do you think that affected the way that it played out? I mean that stage to me, represented the future. I mean you didn't just have women, you did have a black man at there as well. You know, it's just a ever changing demographic, and is starting to represent America from even the Hispanic community, you did have representatives. And so for me it was actually just touched my heart. You know, to actually see that much diversity and to also, you know, kinda pull younger people and more, because this is what your future is starting to look like is not looking like just white women, or just white men is looking at everybody and, you know, in compassi, what America was founded on in who we are, who we are going to be in a future. And so it was a great feeling to see everyone of their Kate was that appealing to you. Yeah. Yeah. I agree with that. It was it was refreshing to hear from diverse group of people at the same time, though I'm much more of the policy, not the person. So I wanted to hear what they had to say instead of just looking at, you know, their gender their, their color. Obviously, it's a factor, but I don't know. I just don't think it's as big of a, an inclination for me to vote for someone and Brandon, what were your thoughts on sort of the people who were up on the stage as you sort of walked away last night, was beautiful women and men of color up. There was great our party continues to, to show that we have folks involved in area, and while policies important representation matters. So when people see folks up there who look like now, who possibly could be president, you know, it makes a big impact for folks and probably will increase turnout because people see that, you know, they actually could be up down that stage. I'd like to correct. One thing I just said. Her second said, they Clinton that Trump one Tim Ryan's congressional district Clinton wanted, but Trump did much better than than previous by about ten points than previous Republicans have their right in Ryan made the point that Trump had promised to bring more manufacturing jobs in another Lorraine wrote us a different Lorraine from before as an independent who looking for an alternative to Trump. I was impressed by congressman Delaney. He seems like someone who can get things done and has a good understanding of economics. I was disappointed that he got. So little speaking time as compared to the other candidates, if Democrats are going to win they're going to need to win over independent voters, and this sort of gets at a one of the challenges of this debate, which is that it was the moment for some of these lesser known candidates Jessica to sort of try to brand themselves to voters who might not know them. Who did that successfully? I think Castro definitely, I think that, you know, despite being a former Obama administration official, not a lot of people know a lot about him. And you know. Title is someone. I mean, we talked earlier about sort of that tiff between him and Bego, they came in sort of this highly touted candidate has had this meteoric rise, almost flip Texas in the Senate and sort of a wonder kin and his star has really faded. I don't think beta really helped himself last night. Castro came off with a lot of policy proposals, and, like Elizabeth Warren. He has put out a lot of policy proposed on his website from the beginning. And I think that came across that he was very prepared. I also think that I mean to Blasios entered the race the latest if anyone. And so he came out, you know, with very progressive stances. Of course, he and Elizabeth Warren were the only ones that raise their hands, which I think Republicans are definitely going to seize on as not just implimented Medicare for all, but to do away with all private insurance employer plans, Ashley tweeted, I hope the Democrats can keep their eye on the prize. And remember that if they want to be Trump. They need to find someone that can make both existing Democrats happy and win over. Disinfect. Which is Republicans. But there's been only one round of debate so far. What might be in store tonight when the second group of candidates take the stage in Miami? We'll ask our panel of voters in a moment. Stay close. Support also comes from the platinum card from American Express conversations and civil debate in our society push us forward and connect us with the rest of the world with the platinum card, earn membership rewards points on virtually all your purchases, which can be turned into anything from nights out to flights away. 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Sometimes for the first time, here's what Senator Cory Booker shared when he answered a question related to gun control, both even worse, as I hear gunshots in my neighborhood. I think I'm the only one I hope I'm the only one on this panel here that had seven people shot in their neighborhood. Just last week, someone I knew Shahad Smith was killed with an assault rifle at the top of my block last year for millions of Americans. This is not a policy issue. This is an urgency. And for those of not been directly affected their tired of living in a country where their kids go to school to learn about reading writing, and arithmetic and how to deal with an active shooter in their school. Jessica Senator book Booker referenced his neighborhood several times during the debate. What do you think about these attempts almost like branding, by the candidates? In the first debate, I think you want to humanize yourself. You want to tell your story and for him. I mean Newark is a major part of historian, even before he was elected to the Senate. He was becoming a national figure for his work there. You know, in a major city, just outside of New York City. I also thought that de Blasios answer on this was was very interesting because he pointed out, he's the only he was the only person up there with a black sun. His, his wife is black his son, Dante is by racial and talking about how he would talk to him about if you have an encounter with the police what to do. So I think that's sort of brought a very humanizing aspect to it too. And then club ajar somewhere in the middle. I mean, she's from Minnesota and gun rights, or a very big issue there. So, you know, she talked about, you know, wanting to find some sort of solution that could appeal to, to both sides in a way. But, you know, the people, you know if with valid reasons still could keep their keep their guns as well. So I mean, I think that overall I overall in this. Bait? We saw a lot of the we saw how far the party had moved left, you know there were some instances there with the club sometimes and Ryan pointing toward more moderate solutions, but I mean I think especially on gun control the party as a whole definitely has moved left. And you saw some of those stories telling sort of why why they reach those conclusions. Kate. What did you think of that gun control conversation? Yeah. As a big supporter of the second amendment rights. That's a big. I guess, consolation I might have to make twenty twenty you know, I'm going to be settling either way. So that's one issue where I just do not. See, I did I with almost every single one of these candidates if not every single one. So was there. Anyone whose message was the least offensive to you. Not particularly about gun control. But as I previously said, Senator Kohl, char seemed, the most moderate in the seemed like the person that a moderate person could vote for because at the end in her closing statements, you know, you, you previously talked about humanizing yourselves as candidates, and when she started talking about how she wouldn't make, you know, the big blanket promises that a lot of her colleagues were making on the stage. She just said that she would try to lead with integrity and be leader that could be respected on the international stage, and, and that really resonated with me as a person who's considering, you know, the integrity of the person as well as their policies page last night, the moderators asked each of the candidates, what they considered to be the greatest geopolitical threat to the US, most of the candidates, listed China nuclear weapons and or climate change. New york. Mayor Bill de Blasio said Russia, Washington governor, Jay Inslee said President Trump. How would you have answered that? Question. And, and what do you think of the answers that you heard? Everyone to me covered the basis because all of those things are actually important to me. But I mean we do have a lot of big threats going on right now. We do see a lot of problems with climate change. And what are we doing about that, when, you know, is affecting our citizens as well, as you know, our problems with Russia and past couple of years, you know, we're having some problems with how they impact elections and impede on us in a manner. So they all touch their bases. But the most important one to me was actually Donald Trump. I'm that hit the nail on ahead because I was like we do have a big problem and we're actually kind of having these problems because of him I'm not necessarily climate change. But, you know, just kind of like different things, and how he's actually impacting how we function how we rent run our country. And also, how our citizens live on a day-to-day basis, the decisions that he's making is affecting us as a whole, and I think that's just the big problem Benjamin emailed. If you picked out most. Quotes from the primary the average person, probably couldn't tell you who said which, quote the candidates need to distinguish themselves and not all run on the same platitudes. So as we get a little bit overwhelmed. Let's move on and talk about tonight's debate Jessica, who's on the stage tonight. And what should we expect? So this is, you know, when when they were dividing up these debates, they didn't want to have an undercard for the lower polling candidates like Republicans had to do in two thousand sixteen so NBC randomly, drew names. But by the luck of the draw more of the higher polling candidates are in tonight's debate. And so, I think this is the one that more people may be interested in, and that we could get, you know, sort of separation from some of these people on so right at the center of the stage is going to be former vice president, Joe Biden, along with mayor Buddha. Judge if south bend, Indiana Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont Senator Kamla Harris of California, entrepreneur, Andrew Yang Senator Kirsten gillibrand of New York. Former governor John Hickenlooper of Colorado, Colorado, Senator, Michael Bennet, self help author, Marianne Williamson, and congressman, California. Congressman men, Eric swallow, well. Now. Kate, I know you wanted to jump back in a on the issue of Trump being sort of the, the greatest challenge for the country. What are your thoughts on hearing that last night? Yeah. I just want to disagree with what was said before I kind of appreciated that they didn't talk about Trump as much as I thought that they were going to, because I think that it's just something that's a little bit stale in the minds of people who you know, we consider ourselves Republicans, or former Republicans are sick of hearing. Oh, you know, Trump is bad Trump is bad Trump, as bad, like we wanna hear specific policy ideas that they have for the future and hear about them as candidates. I think it's kind of a cheap shot at this point. Say oh, you know, we need to we need to stop Trump. You know everyone agrees with that, if they're gonna vote democrat. So I'd rather hear about the actual, you know, facts and policy, and the, the bottom line of the candidate. Dates instead of just, you know, I think trying to score political points in cheap way, Rachel wrote on our Facebook page. If Bernie Sanders cannot commit to being a registered democrat. Why should any registered democrat commit to him? I'm open to listening to any democrat at the Democratic Party debates to fair to paraphrase Sohn's a stark uncle Bernie, please sit. That's a pretty good clapback. No, I mean, I think this is something that, you know, Hillary Clinton supporters and other people were very pointing out in two thousand sixteen was that, you know, he is an independent and sort of what was you know, what is his loyalty to the party? So I think that I don't know if that particularly will come up in tonight's debate, but I wouldn't be surprised if we see other candidates continuing to make that I'm also interested tonight to see they did it last night. Of course with, you know, having the candidates, raise their hands of where they are on, on Medicare for all, and abolishing private health insurance plans. I'm sure that will be asked again tonight. We know that Bernie Sanders will raise his hand who else will join him in that because that's something that I mean, Republicans that I saw on Twitter or got emails from last night, that is something that, that they really think that is dividing issue for them, because we have seen in polling, that, while people may be open to the idea of Medicare for. For all when you take away the private health insurance that drops by about twenty points page very quickly. Who will you be watching closely tonight? Definitely, comma Harris, but also, I'm going to be looking at Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, I kinda do agree with everyone the angle he's going to be going tonight. But you know, I mean I don't know what else to expect an area but I just wanted to kind of hear what those to do have to say tonight. Thank you page Horace is a vice president for the Alabama young Democrats. Thanks for being with us page. Thank you. Jessica Taylor is an NPR political reporter and senior reporter for the cook political report. Thanks, jessica. Thank you. Kate, knock Hazel is a senior at the university of Michigan. Glad you could join us Kate. Thanks much. And Brandon Johnson is the vice chair of the Kansas Democratic Party. Thanks, brandon. Thank you. This show was produced by Amanda Williams and edited by Miranda. Full more special, thanks to across America partners. Michigan radio KM UW in Wichita. WBZ h him in Birmingham, one, a across America is funded in part by the corporation for public broadcasting. To learn more about the collaboration. Visit the one A dot org slash across America. This program comes to you from W AMU part of American University in Washington distributed by NPR. I'm Kimberly Adams of marketplace filling in for Joshua Johnson. Thank you so much for listening. And I'll see you again tomorrow for the Friday news roundup, this is one A.

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I Was a Simpson

Harmontown

2:04:51 hr | 1 year ago

I Was a Simpson

"Starving. Hello. What good McArthur park? I'll tell you. What's extra good? Very good news for you. Carmen town is now in session. We've got guests. We've got a dog acts coming out, we've done all sorts of stuff. Let's start with the important ingredients your game master your friend, mentor and Spencer Krizan. What? Why? How about the bring out of mayor it ain't a town without a mayor. We have a them dad Harmon. Dan harmon. How? That the better guest I like dodger I have to do the show. I keep talking to my guest, but I'll talk to where out here. It's been a while. Thank you guys for coming. We've been apart for awhile. I missed you. I heard you had heard you've been having trouble. Yeah. I got I got I got what appears to be some kind of bladder infection. It's all right. It's all right. I did what I had to get the meds today. Like I this this morning. I was like this is would. I would you ladies know I was already feminist. But boy, golly, these UTI's play. I now is if I needed more reason to respect what you go through. Jeff statistically. Women get more UTI's than men. I knew that their p holes are closer to their buttonholes. That's not why Dan, that's not why also the other side of the gender spectrum is horrendous filthy animal that always plunges. Yeah. Okay. A million reasons, but they get where UT is. And I if you had described me on paper like, oh, there's a thing where you feel like you have to take a pee really bad. But all the time forever. No matter how much UP you keep feeling like you have to p I'd be like grow up. That's not even a disease. That sounds fun. I'd pay money to experience that seem park. That sounds like an escape room to me. Bring it on. I love to feel what it feels like to have to p all the time. I exp-. -perienced it for three hours this morning. And I was like, Rick and ward. He's cancelled. I can't I'm going to kill myself. I'm gonna take the gun that I- reassembled after I bought it, and I'm gonna just I don't even have to pointed at my head to kill myself because as we established, it's probably poorly reassembled by a liberal, and it'll just below up in my hands, and I'll bleed out because I don't know how to do anything, least of all handle a UTI. And my intrepid Steve Levy did exactly what I commanded him to do which is I don't care what you have to do. Find me a doctor that will look at my dick today in mmediately, and he found a couple and God bless this guy's heart. I mean it's like if you're going to see a doctor same day, you're not you're not seeing like the same doctor that they're not sending their best. The medical community is sending their best in the in the sort of like Katrina sandbags. Like, like, whether they're like I mean, it's like they're, they're it's like you're gonna you're gonna end up in an office with somebody. That's like like this guy gave me a whole speech after asked me about my dick for a bunch of times. It was really heartwarming by the way. I know you have another doctor and you're here because, you know, I was the one that could see right away. But the thing is, if you did want to be, you know, is a courtship like thing or like, but not because e wasn't like trying to swindle me into being his patient. He was more telling me a really sweet wait. He's like, look, if it's a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, and it's between these hours you can walk in here any of my other patients. If you're the first one in you the first one, I'll see the other three days, I'm working urgent care. I do this. He's like your little sweetheart. Your little sweetheart. But you don't care about my dick. Right. Not in the way that a guy who spent three hours in discomforted, who web MD it. I know exactly what I want. Unlike bitch. I gave you Cup of P. Here's what you're gonna do you gonna analyze it. Tell me what BC's are in it. He dipped thing. And he's like there's blood in your urine. I'm like visibly to the naked is like no put a thing in it. I'm like, okay. So talk to me, give blood in the PB and his blood in the but only detectable by a litmus, strip visible blood. Yeah. I'm not blood urine shaming anyone out there who has visible blood in their urine guy. I'm down with everyone. I went in. I just got enough to zooming start. I just I told the guy, I'm like the guy goes look how old are you? I'm like, I don't know. A million years old. I'm a million years old. I know what questions are coming next. By the way, the ask you, when you fill the form, come on. I don't wanna complain. They look at the foreign look at the. Not only thing look at the thorns even the people that don't look at the forms. They don't even talk to the people that haven't yet looked at the, and they even though they ask you the same fucking questions there, I don't even think they're writing them down as like you'll be a great step to look at those forms before Tam forks. Forks dresses, on your fucking clipboard, a thousand times, I like to orderlies came in, and we're like, yeah. Look, is your dad divorced does. He have a fungus in his foot. Watch the data get shuffled, the doctor was like a win. Did your dad Diam like he never died like you guys just keep asking the same questions? I'm trying to answer them as fast as possible to parents. I got some brothers and sisters, I don't smoke anymore. I drink a lot. I never hydrate. I'm a fucking walking time bomb my dick burns. I read on the internet. It prime means that got so UTI. All right is true. So the guy was the guy was like he's like, he's like, yeah, you know, hey, you know what do you sounds like you drink a lot more coffee than you used to? And you never had any waters since like Clinton. Like he's, he's always super bowl's, always a good guy and he's like if if we were in a world of socialized medicine. This is the guy you want, because he's not going to immediately prescribe me, something right? I want the prescription might dick hurts, but he's like, no come on. You're forty six. So much coffee. Sometimes you take your bladder. Dr Benicio del Toro. So I, I go, okay. All right. That sounds great. Doctor. But is there an antibiotic that if I took it, and I didn't have a bacterial infection in my dick whole, would it kill me. No. Do you want you want that? Yes, I do. Yeah. Is there anything, how many tests can you run on the Cup of P? I gave you with my broken dick. Well, we could do this do them all. I'm not gonna know them by name doing all do all. Is there a lab? Yes. There's a lab upstairs, send it to the lab. Well, that's going to. Yeah, I don't sit in the P to everything give me all the shit, and then I as I was walking, by the way, is this, the shit you scribbled on a fucking magic thing? That's going to make the thing downstairs, make give me a bottle of pills. Is that the thing that makes your P orange that also makes you feel like you have to be? Oh, no. No. That's just a painkiller. Do you want that too? Yes. Yes. Okay tonight, the doctor did so much today. I did so much diagnosis. I sent so many things to so many labs. I diagnosed myself, I prescribe myself, I gave myself a prognosis, by the way, I've got, like five years, left to live. I tonight tonight, just can I have more money? That's a lot of people have that unfortunate experience. They call it like you got to be your own health advocate, or some such which just means like the doctor. Don't give a fuck. Yeah. But I do think I walked out of there thinking, like I wanted to be outraged. But then I gave it a second thought and I was like, well, wait a minute. You'd be you'd be more outraged. If you're Beverly Hills, Dr Legg if you win. And with an itchy dick and he was like, well, just to be careful, we should do all these eight million thing, right? You'd be outraged for that reason. Yeah. It's I have a doctor who's pretty good about, like just been like half think, if think I need a cough syrup, and it'll be like, okay if you say, so if feels great because I just like I just go in it's like a store. It did feel like a gateway. It was like like like when you realize in, in star valley, that you can build the greenhouse, like oh shit. I can grow cantaloupe in the winter. Can I? Good. Can I tell you something that happened to me about three days ago? That's pretty important to me. All right. I mean you're going through some medical woes, right before I go on feeling better. Are you recover? I feel great. I'm I'm on some weird pill that meets your piss orange in like, makes you never feel like you have to p I might depending my pants right now with orange piss. That's why you should always wear blue, pants complementary, colors and you have so, well, right. Tell us what you got. I went to a wedding. I was invited by mutual friends of lots of people here, Brandon nine leather people are Jesse Schwartz invited to a celebrity wedding on the islet Catalina. It was a three day affair. And I thought if we're going to do this, let's do it right. Let's take the chopper. Let's take the helicopter out of San Pedro. I've been to Catalina many times, always to the boat. The boat is all right. I like the boat but let's take the chopper. So we get to the San Pedro, chopper place. It's not what it's called. And they get our bags in these two young guys who are certainly high. They were late I call it. My travel travel, there's nobody here and they she got online with the people like they like to take a late lunch. These dudes come in young guys, and they have burgers and burritos, stoned, they like to take my first question was, you guys aren't the pilots. I hope. Like the chapel be here in a minute. He's coming in. Right. Okay. So the chopper comes in, they take our bags. We're walking out there and. And there's a big ass chopper there and it's exciting. I like how copters and the guy holding my bag says he turns to us and says, hey, have you ever seen the, the musical movie, grease? How we phrased it have you ever see my musical movie? I certainly have you guys ever read the novelization back to the future. He said, have you ever seen grease the movie the music? He said he made it out, Dr. I want to be certain that he doesn't want to know if I'd like off Broadway a helicopter pilot he's aware. He's geographic and big you it is. Have you ever seen Greece? Who will listen to me, if he's this guy's not taking you degrees. This fellow is the guy that's giving us given us a very quick safety instruction. And is now taking our bags out to the chopper, which is on the pad. And the and the and the, the willies birding. I don't know how you say it. And I'm excited jesse's excited. We're going on a trip to celebrity wedding and, and age is going to be, they're gonna do whatever wedding you do. I hope they're proud of being a celebrity wedding. I wanna have a celebrity wedding. I did. Don't have celebrity winning. They're not. They don't. Anyway, it was a fancy pants wedding say that at least so we're going to go out there. Fancy pants down. Now. Here's this beautiful, like star four star or something star chopper. And the guy goes have you ever seen grease the movie? Yeah. And he goes, your pilot is Lorenzo lamas. What the fuck. That's what I said at so freak out because. UD school. Dropout guy. He hasn't. He has no lines eve as a jock. And at the end of, but he's also renegade TV show in the nineties. Yeah. He's a Golden Globe winner from falcon crest. I guess most importantly, he's the guy that Billy crystal's doing an impression of when he says you look marvel Fernando, lamas that, okay? Who's his dad, Lorenzo lamas? No, he was okay. Okay. Was he he, he was in like weird like gave? Yeah. Had talking. Never talking spaceship. But I'm sure he did. But a lot of people back, did he, I believe, renegade turned in crooked cops. And they've framed him for murder. So he native American woman. Go off to kind of set the record straight. My favorite favorite show. You never wanna know nothing more about it. I what I just loved it. It's three people instead of either two or five probably find a native American and a woman. Okay. I'm already like show you, I'm gonna show because it's three people. So it's always gonna be kind of weird screen-grabbed what we took the lift here. I have a screen grab of the poster or the ad, the billboard ad for renegade. And this is going to ring some bells view them. This is. Yeah. I'm remembering now I realized the Llamas. Yeah. Oh, yeah. He was that is. Social media. Okay. So he you were hanging out with him. So he he flew these fucking captain. So we get on the chopper this three in the back. I'm one and two other another young couple starting to cut you off. But I will talk about this helicopter. Yeah. So here's the thing like keep your head down when you get in because there's a thing on top cut your head off. I'm going to tighten your seatbelt real quick. Hey, by the way, dentistry, do your pilots, dentist by. Joe? I don't know me with that. I don't care how good it. And just think this guy saw that I was over forty and know who, Lorenzo lamas. I mean, I guess he's also seen a bunch of helicopters that didn't go down. So he's comfortable just being like, hey, here's a trivial thing, your ballot not as I calling. But it is later. My, my mind's tighten seatbelts doing trivia by famous people famous, people love being pilots for big things renew love. I, I read up on it today. He loves flying choppers fly through the Grand Canyon fly over New York City. But he's decided any of it's supposed to fly through the Grand Canyon. He sounds like a terrible or he would the lowest altitudes lower than the ground. But technically crashing he found the only place you can do that without crashing because he's fucking throwing helicopter chance. So we, we the Grand Canyon, what you're technically doing crashing and living, we hop on board and we get in the thing. And I'm in the backseat with two others Jesse is in the front seat. And you get the headset with the with the microphone and he's and he's getting he's talking to the tower. You can hear all the chatter on your on your heads all the radio communications, and we can all hear each other, I coughed into it by accident. And you and everybody could hear me cough. So so we get up in the air. And I go are you are you captain Llamas? And he goes, yes, I am I go, it's nice to meet you ask it's nice to meet you. So he's got shorts on. He's ten and he's fucking beautiful. Absolutely beautiful. And I was just hoping that Jesse would just give him a handy like something make it make this count. And he's flying all want to do is ask at Fernando lamas's questions and I got the common like. And I was like, what, what, what, what kind of aircraft and fly here, captain, and he's got that star or something like that. It's a desktop to desktop ever gone. You're right over the deck is Jurassic Park with the same without the pelicans Slann alongside were going along. And I'm dying I gotta talk to him. And the only thing I said to the whole fly list. Said a captain. Yeah. What's our altitude? Five hundred and that was it. We landed and I thought maybe fucking picture with Fernando, Lorenzo lamas, and he will come out like he knows that we all wanna photo with them because he's clearly aware that I'm a fan or at least want to interrupt with one big as important interrupted. That's. Jeff just told a celebrity story that didn't end with the celebrity thanking him for talking to the exact rave. This is just an unremarkable. Encounter with us celebrity the L. I don't this is not easy. He we land is a beautiful land. He landed on a diamond. Gave you some change. And then. That is a really accurate helicopter landed that we get out, and they go, you gotta run off and then take off your safety harness thing like little safety pack around you in case, you die and he instantly. If it's bullets, right? Is I am sorry issue, Harvard. So the set of Rizzoli on Belsen he has to go solve the bird of that he was framed for. You don't know that it's just good shit. And I I'm still not over it. Lorenzo lamas flew me, too. To Catalina island. I mean I would be talking about that for a long time. These kids seem to agree bring Brandon Johnson, everybody. Brandon jobs. Yeah, let's escalate things. But first Brandon, how's it going? How's your what's it like doing a voice on the Simpsons for like forty years? You know, they, they decided let's just let's blow it out with the little Brandon Johnson talent. And guess who's disappointed? Is it going? It's good to have you back. It's good to be here. I just stopped by the see what you guys are up to there was a chance. Jeff was going to be late. So I stood all the circle stood on deck. Just in case I was taking the boat back and Patrick Swayze. He's dead. He's dead. Look, man, that dead men tell no tales. That's, that's the problem. He was on a ghost ship. I'm sorry. That's imports as he's a beloved actor. Probably. All right. It's funny you say that because I did the exact same joke. No, he's dead. I did the same joke. It's just like in our cloud, the guy that would be pilots, Patrick Swayze. Patrick short. I was we should have like Morgan Freeman anybody like now. He's two eight two eight level. You need that be level. Anyway, brand, and how's it going man? It's so good. But let's I know what you're saying. Let's get to it right. Let's get to it. I was bring Johnson case. On me is good to see with. Let's get to really an image with our guest. I want her to remember this as a powerful time, but that's also not gonna affect my behavior. Like, for instance, I'm not going to get shit faced before the show, and then fumble everything. But I I'm, I'm I this is this is the story of a person who was being made fun of from childhood for her voice, and then through no. Seeking of her own ended up being coming, incredibly famous for that exact same voice, and I would imagine. Although we haven't asked her yet, I, I almost think that, that voice, like may prohibit her from being in, like your average, like movies now that are all made from CG, maybe that's one thing we'll ask her about, but got to be one of the most famous voices. We've we you'll ever hear, but also an incredible person happens to be the connection here is that she she makes this incredibly gourmet true crime podcast. Did we hate true crime? We hate that you're into it fuck off. It's actually it's actually show you'd love, if you weren't into true crime, also, she's, she's she her look let me put it this way, her Wikipedia page. I trade it in the second. It's good Wikipedia page. It's the kind you'd want if a safe fell on your head, and you have her Wikipedia page you'd love it. But all I'm going to do is ask her questions about maximum overdrive. Please welcome. Actress writer performer activists. Stateswoman. Hopefully new friend Yardley Smith. Anywhere. You like. Oh, yeah. You can move my, the metaphor for my eclipsing alcoholism. Is there any room for this table? They have function now. There's not. In its place, my awareness. So let's I want to start with your upbringing because I did go through your Wikipedia page a little bit. First of all, thank you for those, I don't know who writes collectively warm, a swarm, it's so weird and it's weird that you can't go in and edit them yourself. I bet you could if you really want to tell you can't you can't. I've tried. I've tried to get some stuff for. Really? No. I don't know how it's run those things on there that, just really shouldn't be there. It's one hundred percent. True. Because you used to be the Sultan of Brunei I did. And I tried to say no longer relevant. Keeper net. What is that? Look at yours. I haven't in a very long time. I have I really, you know, what's funny, I was reading an article in Vanity Fair. Something it was an old archived article and. It said that it was actually about Jennifer Lopez, and it was Jennifer Lopez was saying, oh, I never read interviews about myself and the interviewer was saying in parentheses, PS celebrities always say that. And they always read interviews about themselves. That's actually not true. It's not true. I don't read interviews about myself. I rarely rarely listen to interviews. I give I never read reviews anymore. I don't read the good or the bad. It just doesn't help me. No. It's very odd. It's odd to be objectified in that way. And it re can really get you traffic wears off can only get you so high if you're responsible person you're like, oh, I can only go down. I think if you're healthy, and you're privileged enough to be famous for a certain amount of time, I would expect it to top off, where you're like, I'm not looking at any of it, but it has the weird effect of like, oh I hate my own name. I can't like, oh I go to YouTube, and I'm like, I wish I knew how to build a model airplane. Like, yeah but you're Dan Harmon. Don't wanna read, why Rick and Morty sucked sees. No. I don't I don't anything about any anything to do with my name, and my I shouldn't do all the talking. I'm a bad interviewer. You. Know how you came up with Rick and Wardi. Because it's started. It's a, it's a early you've made a grave error here. We you know the show you work on rips it off every week. I wanted to be the most serious form of flattery is not. I want to say to you because as always reading your Wikipedia page at the bar before the show, unlike I want, this person doesn't look at her Wikipedia page because I bet she's very healthy. And I bet she deserves to know this is an immaculate Wikipedia page. You it like just when you think what a nice person what a good solid person right at the end. How it's like no rate at the end. It's like, oh, by the way, huge LGBTQ fucking like benefactor, and it's like. Like snow in the camera. Like, like, like didn't ask for it didn't come Hattingh head. You're like oh, yeah. By the way, gay people do, like fucking nailed it. True. Yeah. You did a one woman show about. Where you're like bearing all and being honest about this. This very would say strange career. You've had yes. So let's talk about that now for Brandon. You're okay. You got to drink settle in. Let's go. Some of the striking stuff that I about your early career is this is the alien Asian because you didn't you I express to interviewers in the past about coming out here, and let's set the stage. It's like what eighty when you came out here, like eighty eighty six early eighty six and does you described it, and as someone described you description, and Wikipedia, it was like on a half promise of something, which I think, is everyone's story that comes from somewhere to LA got an L, A H how to New York agent. I'd done incredibly well in New York I had. I'd been there for literally six weeks. I had a dish in for Mike Nichols, who was directing Tom stoppard, play on Broadway. I got that job work. What that's that's crazy. Hey, I'm new in town before you can put your suitcase down. You're working with genius. I was. But funny, thing was is that I didn't know the part, I was auditing for was actually under study Cynthia Nixon. I thought it was to play Jeremy Irons, his daughter. But it was in fact, under study Nixon, who was playing Jeremy Irons, his daughter. And I was like fuck that fuck that noise I have not doing that. My agent was like, who are you also to be wrong with you already used coast, like who comes to the west coast to Tom stoppard play with that was in New York. Okay. So this is still. So where were you what did you come out? I remember we don't tell me it was in Paris. I was born in Paris could it my father was a foreign correspondent, and so my and he was actually in Poland? When my mother was pregnant with me, and he was my mother, I have an older brother who was born in London. And she was in pole. And when she was pregnant with him as well, and the polish doctors said to my mother you don't you don't speak the language very well. And if something goes wrong, we probably can accommodate you as well as we, you can't in a western country. So go somewhere else. So she went to London for my brother. That was nine hundred sixty three she went to Paris for me that was nineteen hundred people that the phrase, polish medicine is racist. It's totally how they practiced. They're just like, hey, you don't talk right? Get outta here. We can't. She had an aunt and uncle summering in Paris. So she went there. So you so, so, so now it says, for American actress, which makes me sound like you know, like on Juliet been oc-, but it's nothing like that. It's not at all like that. It's so overstated you describe like being teased for your voice by friends and family alike. Your quote was it's basically been the same since I was six. Yes, there, it just didn't change like to what extent was that was that really? Like did you have moments of like? Whatever the vocal equivalent of looking in a mirror was and like wishing like, like, what's the vocal equivalent of padding, the bra, what's the vocal equivalent of, like, God, damn it change my voice, or were you like fuck? This can't be ashamed of this. I think. I think I just didn't really excuse me. I didn't really think that there is anything that would stop me from ruling the world. I just but I also didn't think that I my voice would ever be my fortune, so voice over was never on the menu in terms of how I was going to rule the world. So when people say when you got the Simpsons that must have been fantastic. I was like I don't really care about voice over it. Just I didn't like it just didn't even register. And it didn't register for a really long time because I think I it just it had never I'd never considered it an asset. And so I didn't have voice over it just was like, that's not how it's that's not how I'm going to win. So whatever. Nobody ever came up to you and said, you should be voice over. What's really, what do you attribute this? Like the negative word would be narcissism, although I don't call it negative like the idea that you're Sumi like your parents weren't actors. They weren't directors. They weren't your dad was a correspondent newspaper man. Like these people weren't telling you, Yardley you got to be an actor. No. But you're thinking your head one way or another. I'm gonna dominate. Yes. What do you ever have? You thought does that come from nature or nurture is what we all wanna know. He's like lit. The fuck is wrong with you. Kidding. Wanna know? How do I how do I manufacture this do I have to be born, right? Or do I have to just think it and fucking do it? It's a good question. I don't remember time. Well, I think there it's two sides of the same coin. So I remember being afraid of everything. And so it wasn't that I was fearless. It was that I had this overabundance of courage. And if I in surmountable face extrordinary insecurity. You're, you're not going to punch somebody. No. And I was small. I mean, I was I was a little kid and I had this tiny tiny voice and. And I. And yet I had there was a ferocity to me, and so, but I also and I always felt a little bit like I didn't belong and I remember being about five years old. And there was a woman in my neighborhood in Washington DC, where I grew up, and she used to have this theater in the summers. She had a one car garage, and she would get all the kids together, and, and she would make us lip sync to musicals like the sound of music can fiddler on the roof, and she would dress up, and she would also do these things like living portrait's. Right. And so I was a portrait of Mary, that Mary Cassatt did this American artists. And I was this. It was a little girl straw hat. So music was playing and I remember my knees were knocking in there was a curtain, and the curtain, drew back. And as soon as the light hit me my knees, stop knocking and I thought like, oh. Oh, okay. I think I'll be all right here, and I just sort of I think I just felt like I belong, and then after that, I started to do plays and the great thing about doing a play was even if it had a sad ending. I knew how it ended and I could prepare for it. It was like predicting the future. And so that controls ship with other people. You're torn mentor. They can sit the fuck down and watch you can happen. You have. Did you have the atmosphere? I did teeters kid and stuff. And I've always felt very comfortable in theater. Did you get the same comfort backstage with the cast and the, you know, the crew and all that same kind of the is that kind of familiar? Yes, I loved the relationship with the audience that exchange of energy was was it extrordinary, and it was really powerful. And I remember my first play my like real play. We did. I remember mama, and I played the youngest daughter, and my very first line and got this huge laugh, and I remember how powerful that was. And I just thought. All right. Do you remember it and can your social structure? Was there a moment when you were 'cause I remember being a dork, and stinky? And boy did that change. But, but there was there was a certain there was a shift. I don't have a dramatic moment of it. But I was very much not gonna stop doing drama club and improv classes because of deer did it change the dynamic of your whole world. Did you go up on stage and do a thing? And then the next day at school because I'm trying to place you in like a hallway or something. You know, my theory is my experience was for the most part, people were really happy and excited that I had clearly sort of done really well and. For lack of a better word, I sort of cast, a spell today, extent that even their own parents had come up and be like one that was amazing. Right. But also there were always kids who were not happy for you. And I feel like anytime as a young person. And even as a grownup, I suppose, but particularly hard when your kid you do something really, well, it's set your sets you apart from your peer group. So if you're good at math or sports or drama or anything it sets you apart and that can be really isolating actually. And so reading into this put it sets you apart actually more profoundly from the people that were might have been closer to you had you stayed in your shell. Sure. Then it does the quarterback of the football team and the head cheerleader who are who are very content to go. Hey, how about that Yardley? I had no problem with her before, totally ignored now very happy to give. Give. Best supporting actor like they become your biggest fan. Right. They can they can comfortably make that shift and somebody that maybe you've bonded with in the bathroom and cried with about how hard it feels to be aided that may become a person that you actually hurt. They, they can feel left behind even though you had no intention of leaving them behind. Only got an intention of dominating the world. Got no time to think about my work. Okay. So let me dominate you. Reeler. I am. Are you? Are you really? We we'll fast forward in a second to like I mean, but, but I do want to dwell here for a second and just ask, like, what was the dynamic with the family, because they weren't actors they weren't filmmakers, they weren't, did, they have expectations of you where you letting them down when they suddenly realized that I want to perform. I don't know that I. Well, I think I think there are probably a bit worried that we're gonna live at home for a longer. Dr forever that it might not work out the way, I had planned because it really have a plan. What your plan Yardley I'm just gonna I'm gonna rule the world? That's great. How industry like laid out in a brochure exactly will in six years? Peter bridges tred liberty blue right there. There was no. How are you going to get there? A good field. French shits going to have. How do you know I don't know? I just know. But I but you know. Our family. I feel like. Complements were implied excellence was expected. And so why is that funny because it's a fucking beautiful web describing the mid west? Wow. I wish I could be that gracious going like fuck appeared so brew. Lied. Yeah. It was just, you know there wasn't. It wasn't while I would say they're going to complement, the answer is someone who doesn't deserve one. That's the big western philosophy. I don't you don't plug an air hose into a person with a hole in their air. Supply. Healthy. Yeah, it was. Which is I think part of the flip side of the coin and part of the insecurity of wanting to sort of get a kind of aiding global love global recognition, excuse me to make up for this kind of for this whole, and I have spoken, people say, like, oh, Yardley joke, sometimes like if I was more like this, I would be more successful, and they're like, shut the fuck your so you are so successful. And how can you say that? And there is this feeling inside. If you really, really want to get granular about it, that if I if I felt truly successful than this, this kind of forever hole inside would feel filled, but the truth of the matter is, is that you can't fill up the inside from the outside. And that's what my one woman show was about. And so. Cautionary tale. They're your breath. Oh boy. Is it getting a little steamy in here? Yeah. And not just in here, but down there. 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Now did class for nine years like. That that show in general every performer on that show, kind of collectively everybody that worked on that show. I mean it was it was an animated show that is it. Your your your per trail, like a. It exemplifies the fact there's a lot of quotes from green egg and from editors and directors casting directors. Friends of yours, and things that are kind of, like, yeah, she didn't like eight who knows flu. Could he flew who knows how you end up being the voice of a cartoon, but like important thing about that cartoon the reason why it's now in its sixtieth season is because of this weird blend of grounded, dramatic performance and cartoonish Lee X accessible. Voices. I mean you're being drawn. And so it's like. Yeah. So I just wanted to take that detour for a second in case anybody like in the audience is like listening to our path through your career and going like what the fuck man whatever you show. For addition, you got a squeaky voice, you end up like the voice thing, it's like, no, this is not like this. There are no flukes here, and it fact what you're describing is actually kind of like something that you're not allowed to own as a person, which is what if of like. Yeah. But what if I mean, I was designed for world domination and fucking dominated it through the most random channel? What if? What if that channel hadn't been there, I might have been a Senator, I might have been? I don't know. Like, like I won't put you on the spot with that. But I just wanted to drunken, I remember everything. Dan? And I were friends with Sam Simon, and I was talking to him about early days of that. And he was talking about how he didn't like the way changed after so many seasons and because he'd Sam, and he, you know, he left after what two seasons or something like that three or four, but he was talking about it, and I remember him saying that like going down the list of the cast of characters what Bard is, what Homer is what marches. And he said Lisa is the conscience of the show. And that's why lease as the one that makes you cry. That's great. Well, these amazing episodes, the homers Cran one. I mean, I'm, I'm not gonna pretend I've watched all seven hundred thousand episodes subsets, but, I mean the I understand why you're performance got a voice over. I you, you said, you accept it. Now, you definitely need to accept it. I'm taking my two Emmys. I got one for right in the Oscars. That's cheating. The most watched thing ever. Got an AMI you wrote the Oscars. That's right. And now I got a statue that says, I'm talented. So now I am you, however earned it. So, so let's I mean so you go to New York. You do the mcnichols staying deers. I think one of your first jobs is maximum overdrive. I like you said something amazing about it. Don't don't sustain your applause. You had a quote, the quote trickle down to your Wikipedia, which is exactly what those people thanking which was something like, truly dreadful movie a fantastic role. Roll. It was it was a bomb when it came out. I've been in several of those. But the great thing about the early eighties. So I think I so. I also did a movie called the legend Billie Jean. Queen. I think the kids say now, yes, that's what they say. So I my first movie was a movie called heaven, help us that was in nineteen Eighty-four heaven, help everybody was in that movie, Andrew McCarthy. Patrick Dempsey Kevin Dillon. Mary, Stuart Masterson Donald Sutherland, the plot. It was about a Catholic boys school in the nineteen sixties sort of about originally. It was actually quite serious script about the corporal punishment that goes on in Boise school at Catholic boys school in the sixties. And then by the time they were done with it. It was more like porkies goes, the Catholics are. No. I've seen this for sure. So that wasn't an it was directed by Michael dinner, who then went onto creators. Sorry, just a fun name. He's say. Them. Ray. Head coach Mike Michael dinner. Every evening. I actively sabotaged myself as a podcast like it's a great episode. You're out at keep talking, please. It's fine die all good. So. So after that, I did the legend Billie Jean, which later was yes and Christian Slater, not related. Although they play brother and sister, weird. I know super weird. They kind of like because they both dyed his hair blonde by any who not related, and that movie was such a bomb as barely out long enough to run the end credits. But. What was great was nine hundred ninety five and cable television had just come on the scene, and they didn't have anything so they ran that fucking thing ad nauseam twenty four seven and it is now this huge cult classic. Samie magazine Dr. And when the w negotiates with the PGA the professional professional golfers association like. They talk about these windows and things like, and it's like it all has to do with, like, when we were kids, and it was like why do I think up the creek was such a classic because you five thousand time I watch crawl for? Two years. That was all the only thing that was on go. But that's also the original Star Trek series. Yes. Similar paradigm like they didn't. They got cancelled right out of the gate. Yes. And then it was just such a success in syndication. It's like I think that's always a TV writer producers like you early on. You have that conflict where you see your numbers or whatever someone tells you, you failed on Thursday night, you fucked up. What do you mean? At into good. Well, the hammer you hit the thing slid up, and it didn't hit the bell that says your muscle man, and which means retaining the offices numbers by ninety percent or higher. And you're like I all I mean, I it was it was such a late motif back, then where it was like, oh, give me a break you just market, the show better. Give us a better time slot. These people only like what you tell them to of. Catch yourself in that moment going, like we, what do I believe in at? All right. I do I believe in, like making this, this is not what this interview should be about. Let's, let's, let's go back to let Billie Jean, which is a fantastic fucking movie. That is. No. It's terrible. It's awful. It's so good. He's lately pairs, so many fucking movies that people think are good just fuck and suck. But what does it? What is it? Good movies job. It's to be there, but I. It's. Puberty? You're just dripping off and you're like coming talking drugs. Transformers amazing. I mean, people really did for whatever reason it was. It was a movie that people really loved, and I get recognized for it about once a week. Let legend and maximum overdrive. But mostly, I think because I look exactly the same. Those people if you saw a picture of me when I was four you go Yardley that's you. You are super memorable sound the same credit much and this and this is Lisa Simpson. With all. She raises her voice a little bit. You have said sorry when thing about that, though, because that's important. Because when one very sage thing that, you said, I don't know, when you learned it when you look back, you're, I think around that time, you said, so much better to, to, to have a tiny role in a in a giant movie than to wait for the lead role in something that. Yeah. Like like, like it's you can occupy that real estate by being yourself. Not yourself. You're not those characters, but being checked by you know is I mean there is that old saying, you know, it's not the size of the role. It is. It's this size and scale of the actor. Right. But I do believe that for the most part with very few exceptions. You can do a lot with not very much on the page. Right. And so I was pretty much game for anything to ask, like, because you're director on maximum over. Was literally, Stephen k yes, who was coming off of I believe as legend has it. He's like. Kubrick's the shining. Yeah. He's like, God damn it. What a shitty version of the shining. I Stephen King who wrote all these books that if they just let me run the camera what for. Yeah. I mean I is fucking hero and I don't mean to piss but, but, like I, I also watching that movie you're, like, well, Kubrick also is an important person. Maybe it's not maximum. Overdrive also was a twelve page short story. It's just like Shrek side. Stephen king. Age eleven I was born in Maine. I'm going to die. They're fucking having the time in my life at my typewriter lost its backspace key. Amen. Sorry, I'm a little jealous. But how was he is director set like as a person like a quarter of pie as a person, but apparently was also at the height of his alcoholism and drug addiction. Much it. So it was absolute chaos and we had dealer Renta's was the was the production company. So we had a pretty much all talion crew who literally didn't speak English. So we had Stephen who doesn't speak Italian, and we had a translator, I'm not even kidding. We must've added, I don't know two weeks in translation alone as he would say, this is what I'd like to do translator labor to Italians Italians would lend talk to the guy and the guy would then talk to, I'm like, oh, my fucking God, and it just went on back and forth like that. And he you know, to his enormous credit he was very humble and said, I, I don't know what I'm doing. And so they positioned people around him who did know what they were doing, but they also didn't speak the language. So it was quite cumbersome, and don't dealer Renta's. You know, it was at the time when cannon films also was the same sort of ill, where they. Just did everything on the cheap and one the, you know, the, the 'til had five million that was the budget earn ish. Put the people that are. Colonna CDC. Thanks for coming. It was an adventure. I actually remember there's a scene where the truck drives through the diner side while the window picture window, they had one opportunity to do that. They built that truckstop and they, they didn't have a stunt double for me. And they said Yardley you're going to stand there. Far this Cadillac is going to drive through the wall. But don't worry, it's going to go super slow, and it's going to be so easy, and safe and don't move until we tell you 'cause we only have one shot at this, and I'm like, okay, so, you know, so I do that. And I'm not kidding you that fucking thing was going like twenty miles an hour. It went so fast, and it just plows through this wall. And I am. And finally, I'm just like, what are you going to say and write in you put someone in a way? The size from behind me, or it's no good. It's a car me shoot, the fucking outta here. Outta here out so much Harry can even my. So. Yeah. Glass everywhere in my hair, the whole thing, and, yeah, it was an adventure, who made who. Right. That for the movie or is one of their songs. I was hoping you know, I don't know. I bet you bet they wrote it for the movie, I'm sure they would. When there's like an eighties movie. And it's like a goblin, Dick's nine kind of pseudo famous band. But the title of the song isn't gobbling, Dick's. It's like like my heart's like a goblin, and you're kinda like just being classy or today like how do those conversations nightmare enough in like, like? Yeah. Well nightmare on elm street franchise, I is has sucked in some of our world's greatest talent Will Smith will never escape. Lately, like the fat boys were got drawn in. They, they wrote the Ghostbusters team song before the movie, fat, boys. Green Parker junior way. They had the ghostbuster song, and then they were like we gotta write a movie around this song. You're joking. I'm drinking folly your joke. I just wanted to be included standing. So I told her rape park Judy ally. Brandon's been on the Simpsons for the last thirty five years. We wanted to find out if you knew. I'm a stand in for hip. Just Dr Henry who is the Harry, that's the Harry Shearer. Yes, the the. Take it. This is a. Yes, I expected. Terrific. Hairdressers like the Dalai we would watch it occasionally DM. You don't get funnier than this. This is crazy. We. All right. Doing the on the Tracey Ullman show. You gotta do the little kind of in and out of commercials and stuff like that, like when you were doing that. Like how serious could have no idea what the future would would hold for that show. What was that, like doing those little little bits? It was. I remember. So I got the job because I had done a play at the fountain theatre here in LA that take literally seventeen people saw, but one of those people a year later would cast the Simpsons on the Tracey Ullman show. So when people ask me, how do I get into voice over? I'm like, you're at this like asking me to solve your calculus problem with an Abacus. I don't know because I did it just was so odd for me just didn't happen the way it usually happens. So I went into read, and I recently read for Bart, but that really lasted mere seconds and then a Nancy was there that day as well. And she read for Lisa, but she always wanted to read for Bart, and she she did voice over already, like she was already an expert she's already doing cartoons. And so, I then read for Lisa cartoon before, oh, no. Yeah. No, I again, like voice over I was like I don't. I don't care by voice over, but I was not an actor who ever said no to an audition. So I you know, I was like all right, fine. I'll go with long as it doesn't get in my way of world. Domination. I'm good. Let's do this. If you can do it. There's no coming your pajamas. You can like you know that thing people. People do ask me that they do you go to work in year for JAMA's. And like to you. Sorry. Well, I, I but I got fired. Shortly after I did. I did eventually the minute I thought it was possible. They started doing it, and then I got fired. Action now. It raises more questions than dancer, a good point. Very good point to, to Lisa as we know it was your audition. I think actually I sounded more like myself in the beginning. And then as, as the characters got cuter as animation got cuter, her voice got a little bit cuter you know, it got more of a little bit, but not that much. And what's interesting a little bit sad and I'll let you in on a on a heartbreak a little bit. So they've finally Finally, I stumped for one of our phenomenal actresses, trust McNeil, who does crazy cat lady, MRs Skinner, and cookie Kwan, and like any number of the she doesn't she's not doesn't do one of the family members, but she does any number of the cast in Springfield. And she does Shawna, the girlfriend of one of the bullies could talk psych us she's a valley girl. And so trust wasn't at the read through one day and. They said Yardley, why don't you do it? So I said, great, I'll do it. So it was really strong and they really loved it. So the next couple of weeks, they wrote a valley girl, kind of friend for Lisa Simpson. And the problem was is that if you ask me to do another character who's the same age as Lisa Simpson. I don't have the ability to make voice different enough to make it not sound likely Simpson. The difference in doing Lisa Simpson shawna's that shawna's like sixteen so that worked. And so we recorded it, and then I got an Email from the producers saying, I'm sorry, Yardley. It's not different enough. We're cutting it. I'm like fuck. I mean it's terrible. So I really am a one trick pony. There you go. Who knows the rangy, Harry probably. I don't know. Hank, dan. And Harry, I would say, all three of them really neck and neck to watch those guys go from voice voice voice. It never gets old like we me. So Hank lives in New York. Harry lives all over the world. So, Dan, Julie me, and Nancy all record altogether. And trust is there often as well. And to watch those guys go all of them do multiple voices. And I just I stand between them. I stab between Nancy and Dan true. Yeah. And never get sold. All if you're doing a senior officer, good old radio play, even hurry. Or whoever is. Yeah, he'll actually somebody will tempt for him. And then he'll do his stuff. Autozone. I've always wondered are you physically in the room together, all just wild stuff alone. No, we're all together in the room. It's going to be bored. That's kind of make it really different texture. I mean because obviously the way you say something is going to form the way I answer. And I think, you know, Jim Brooks, James Brooks, our executive producer. He comes from sitcoms. And so when we first started doing the bumpers as you were asking, he, I think he was like, I don't know why this would be any different. It doesn't matter to me that nobody can see you. It's still a conversation. Of course, you'll all be together. And so while most cartoons do it separately. Like, when we did that crossover with family guy. I went and did all my stuff by myself. I didn't mean me Likud us, even though my with Meg, I just I did all my stuff wild. We'd which I can do, of course, I know the character well enough. Maybe when you're like it's not as fun. You know, I'd rather do my stuff, grave differ, ask you that. Question. That's how much I would have assumed. Yes, I think everybody thought I've been high. I would be high rooting you to be like egos are in the room together. It's, it's, it's exciting to me that, that's how they do after all this all these years. It's still that way. Yes, because it's pretty from a production standpoint, it is needlessly extravagant talking about actors schedules. It's much easier to treat human beings, like cattle shuffle them in one of the time, isolate them way, less chance of anything, uncontrollable happening. It's the way I just feel like you know, it's my job at so you only so. All right. I'll show up the way we did anomalies the way we did Abed's uncontrollable Christmas, because we were doing special things. We were absolutely like Nope. Sound stage entire cast? Everyone's like, well, this is going to be terribly problematic. Give this person, interrupts that person like, yeah, but I think that's tremendously commendable. I. I was I was a Simpson. I had a little part. I did a little cameo and I went into the place where you guys record and I saw multiple microphones, but actually we do. We do you know, sadly, Bara guest stars? Don't usually come in record with us must because their schedules. Don't permit it would've, I puke blood. I was it was just perf guy gets, that's the way one of no. Wanna come alone? Everyone. Thank you for coming and trail you like the most important person. You don't want to. I know I'm telling you. It's true. The customer's always right? I did not want to be there with you. I would have freaked out. No. I don't. No. Okay. So, like a banana peels, and stop light you end up in the longest running sitcom in television, fucking history. Yes. Along the way also in the nineties, like like you like like, like Herman's head. What else was there? Don't hold your head applies. Aren't you where you I was Dave? Oh, Tae Herman's head. However, I'm also alchoholic. So I can't remember if you were actually inside Herman's head, or in the office, you were the best friend, the booth to Herman's teen wolf you were you were the booth. Okay. That's my language for you were the best friend. Yeah. You were the, the will they won't they. Yes. A long term that we can for the. When you down. I was like, yes, it was like lake like we were supposed to if that show lasted more than eight episodes. We were supposed to I think eventually be like go to her, right? And then he did. Right. So Louis my characters name was Louise. She was really great fun. And I was sort of breakout character and. They brett's. I always like got some each show. I got a really good funny joke, which I very much enjoyed. And but then for some peculiar reason, which didn't actually make sense to me and no slag on virgins, but they made my character, virgin and I was like, why what is what like why? What's the point? What your point any who they did it? And then they decided that she would lose her virginity to Herman. And so she did that those justifying the changing the meaning of the title entirely. You know there was a porn video that came out called Herman's other head. Oh my a unity porno. The community porno. I was so disappointed with initially because it was like silly and he came around. But that's what I realized it was, like, of course, the community porno should be this, like, like disaster. It's, it's perfect this way like these guys are misfits out of community college. That's good that it's being played by that guy. Anyways. But, but maybe the backtrack just for a second. I 'cause I am curious. Because all the the. The respect that you are paid by the people that have worked with you. It doesn't clued the idea that when you're doing Lisa, which you've done for multiple decades, now that there's a there might be a little bit of curation there, which, you know, guys like me might bristle at the idea of like what the actor got a script and looked at it and said, no, she wouldn't say that, like, how often does that really happen? It doesn't happen very often. But I will say what when on the very rare occasion that the writers, they are there, right? Something that I don't think Lisa Simpson with say or they right. They write somebody being really mean to Lisa. And she doesn't have a response to that, then I will always fight that fight have to stick up for my girl, and I might not win it, but I have to fight it. It's important to I think it's important, it's like. In those moments. What phraseology would you use? Because I don't think she would say that is that what you're well, yeah. But how. To you strike a balance between like I think that this is kind of a cultural hot button like in the workplace to be like, I think things should be different around here. Some of the most conscientious people might be terrified of making too many waves, like, if I'm if I'm a cool person that I'm not going to be one of those people at cetera et cetera. Like I think it's a it's an ongoing thing of, like, is there a certain parlance, especially with actors like is there is there a magical way to present? Your, your difference of opinion with the material, you're reading, and you're about to shoot that in a world where actors other actors younger actors might say, are you fucking kidding me? Yeah, you can be as conscientious as you want, but it's fucking eater. Beaten out here. I'm gonna do whatever. Or even more extreme, like I'm not taking that job. Because from the get-go, it's things like do you have any advice about that for, like, when you're, you're just to a role that you're already cast in? I well. Don't question. It's a stupid question stupid question. You know, I I always a smart question. Somebody good enter. I I'm not. Maybe I'm not sure I understand the question I guess I'm kind of, like it's, it's actually a sequel to question that have asked kumail to male non Johnny who's an old friend of the podcast that all these people, miss fuck off. He's a person of color, for instance, like, like it's like they're in this day and age where it's like we're beyond the point of like the Hollywood shuffle concept of like, well, you gotta do what you gotta do. Everyone's trying to find their way and I'm endlessly curious about how these dialogues are supposed to get struck up in a creative environment where there's such a hierarchy establish a hierarchy which I frankly, I'm not I'm not in a hurry to let go not, because I'm an ego maniac, but because I'm a chaos of Phob, and I don't necessarily want to just be like here's the suggestion box. Let's have everybody start having an open dialogue. I'm just curious on the on the actor side. Like, if there's a if there's a kind of code for an actor who's like twenty five years old, and they're on the set of their fucking thing, and they're like, God, damages get through this and don't get fired. But then they see something. And let's say that they were like, I don't think either this character would say this, or maybe in a larger sense. This is a little fuck an iffy sketchy. Well, I have a couple of things, I'm always, I feel like you get more you get further with Honey than with vinegar, obviously. And so if you have the ability to be tactful that will always serve you. I don't think that you have to be, I don't, I don't think you have to pussyfoot around your point, so much that you can't get your point across. Two things. If you're an actor who is struggling with a line, I was feel like. I'm I'm the person who will always give you a hundred percent. So if I'm at this point, if I'm having trouble with the line than like, really trouble with line, like I can't remember it, then I'm gonna say. It's possible that the line doesn't actually make sense like there is a problem with the logic of the line. So are you willing and hopefully the person on the other side, the director if that's the person that you're speaking to or the writer if that person is also present is willing to have the conversation with you to say, can you tell me what's the overall intent of what we're trying to get across here because maybe what you wrote, isn't actually what you mean? And if we can actually get to that, then I bet you I can remember that line. And that motherfucker comes out so well everybody's happy. That's what I think, so. Yeah. I mean, like it's yeah, find a positive way to say it, which is like I want to help your show be. I mean we're all on the same side, we don't want the same win right? And in terms of Lisa Simpson, if there's a line that really, really bumps for me. You know I that's always. Pretty easy. But, but I never I'm not. I don't have no desire to excoriate, you and say, this is the stupidest fucking thing I've ever seen. Even if that's what I fear side, nor would you? I'm getting the implication, like 'cause you said, look at the end of the day, I'm going to do it like you wouldn't probably wouldn't do a standoff, which is all the more. The fact that a good actor, just a good writer writes, what they're hired to write a good actor act what they're hired to act. So we have this kind of Djeddai code of, like, I'm not going to be a bad craftsman. But then there's this, like, holy like thing that should unite all of us where like if you in the commission of writing this amazing thing and you want the best actor like we could like connect, and you could go look at the end of the day, I'll say this shitty ass fucking. I'm about to do it before I do. Try. Trump better. I mean that's the point. On that have an energy about Humphrey Bogart, I think said like, when you look at a lion and page, that is just impossible to say with a straight face, like it's just such a bad line and you fight your fight. 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So I'm not sure what the best organic way to get into there's, there's two places to go here. They're both related. I mean you're here because I'm a huge true crime fan my fiance, and I've listened to you and this like it's truly worth like accolades, I mean of all respect to all of our guests that have true crime podcast and things. I mean this is truly like a gourmet true crime experience the. There's that but it's in twined with the fact that one of the most impressive things about it is that in the midst of this getting down to the nitty gritty and this true crime show that you do so well, that you're producer on. Not in, in your face way. But just a venture you just you share your story as a victim. And so does Libby. Zubi. She's now twice victim. Just forgot her name. We'll edit it the. Their heroin tales, it's insane. It's not a so I don't know where to go 'cause I wanna talk about the nuts and bolts of your podcast because I think it's so admirable, and it's so disconnected from this other thing that I'm really fascinated with you, as a human being an actor who has experienced crying. I don't know. I'm wiping it on you my indecision because I don't know. I if we go down the true crime podcast path, I'm gonna have endless questions about how you produce that show and stuff. I just also want to talk to you about this, this story that you told and I don't want you to recount it because I truly believe I mean it was like people need to go. Listen to small town digs. What's the episode title stocked, stocks where I mean, you believe me, regardless of whatever your position in this. Cosmos, might be a fascinating story. There's no way it's going to piss you off offend you trigger you. It is just harrowing interesting. I think the most interesting thing about it from my perspective is as a narcissist how you ended up in this situation where this person. Was a guy who worked on our house and was like any just started crossing boundaries. It was very quote unquote organic. And as I described on this podcast before, like there's a point where you describing the story and there's this theme running under, which is the which has come up here in this conversation, which is about you. You've, you've got to not accept anybody's help. You're not gonna go tell anybody right the police the guy that works on Herman's head, whose job is to keep people who work on hermit head from getting stocked. Right. Which is a huge expense. Shout out to the producers hermits head for putting the budget. Right. I thought that we get a bigger laugh, but. Let's show runners in the audience the like you choke up, not at any point where I would expect any human being choke up and telling that story the exact point that you choke up when you're telling the story is the point in the story where you go to get help because you are not to put words in your mouth. That's the point where you really get victimized. It's not the point where this Ranga Tang. Abusing you talking you predating you. Shame. To the point where you go to a. Another rank attained say, I need you to keep this guy like you hate yourself at that place. I want the thing that is the most important talk about me is that that's the dark side of this story that you're this plucky bam to dominate the world without anyone's help. Right. Right. Because there is, you know, part of that duality that, that insecurity underlying that this far from the surface is this is this. Fathoms deep well of vulnerability, and this is what they're waiting for. This is six year old voice, she's going to is that like like that. What's going on in the bag there? Oh, everyone's going to be so fucking stoked if I say, oh, it's, it's rough out here my contractor like feels creepy. I'm sorry. Okay. I'm way off, Mark like I was trying to I I was like is the fear. They're like, you're like I in my family, we, don't you? You don't. You know, you don't air your laundry. We really waspy. Right. White Anglo-Saxon Protestant. So you pull up your socks and you get on with it. You just sort of keep it all together. And so you don't show your vulnerability, and I and I am a person of extremes, I think, in many ways. And so, when I set the bar, high set it so high that it's not like I said at high, and I can stand on my toes, touch it. I got to like get on a fucking trampoline and jump so high. Like you know it's just almost outta reach. But when I touch it that is it's not even as much an accomplishment. It's there's just sort of this tiny bit of relief, which is kind of fucked up. There's very little celebration. When you live with that kind of vulnerability and you attach your, and I don't do it so much anymore. Thank God because it's zero sum game. But when you tach your value. To what you do. And to that external, validation, you're in big trouble. And so if you then find yourself in a situation like that, now you've painted yourself into a corner. And so when I breakdown in that episode there realization that I can't do it all myself that feels like extrordinary failure because now I have to unzip and you get to see all my insides, and that was never the plan. And I tell me to back off because I'm clumsy and drunk. But, like I want, I'm so fascinated by the control hatch on that interaction at that moment. When you you're going to the, to the man, that said, do you I'm paid for you to tell me if anyone gets out of line, and then you're, it's the moment where you're going to have. I'm just I'm I wanna know like. What is the beating heart behind the, the shame, like, like the that moment when you go to him, and you say, I got I got an issue here and I need help like. Is there is there language you can access about, like so that we can market and go, like, if I hear this in my head, that's not worth dying for, like, like where you were what let me try to phrase, this in a way that you can answer setting you up to fail. The like what, what was your in your primal crazy head? Not you're not crazy. I mean you're the crazy part of your prime. What would be the worst, if no matter how not realistic? What would be the nightmare response when you went to someone and said, I've been having this guy is basically stalking me? It's gotten way out of control and on overwhelmed, and I need help. What would be the nightmare response from the other person's glass, the nightmare response when he said, Yardley, why didn't you tell me when he showed up at your house and said my wife threw me out of the house. Right. Right. Like why don't you tell me weeks ago? Why didn't you as though you knew long ago? Why did you wait? So very familiar to the kids, you know, you're sort of your fall. Right. You got yourself into this. Why didn't you where were you drinking? Exactly like you. You you waited too long. It's no surprise that you find yourself in this situation and, and you can't handle it on your own, all of the things that when you get to that point, and you have to ask for help, but you realize. Okay. I can't handle it on my own. Yes. I'd probably waited too long. No, I can't do it all myself. Yes. It's okay to ask for help, all of the things that in my life. I just learned. I'm never going hope never have to go to those things out, but never have to take those boxes. And then I did. And when you say out loud, really no big deal doing it again. Tell me tell me about the point. But I get that. Now, like I it's like damn it. I was almost fucking home. Like, how much do I have to do to prove I'm strong and then it's like somebody's like, no, I'm gonna fucking literally, I'm going to build a spiderweb in your attic, and like into your like I you serious. I have to call customer service on this. I went Lennox for a reason. I'm kidding. I. That's what I, I don't want to say. That's what I thought I it's not so complicated. You know, but in your in your head, I thank or if you're the sort of person who, who spends a lot of energy trying to make sure that nobody sees your vulnerability then the moment that there's a crack in that facade, it feels catastrophic and that I think it's, it's not true because. What if everything is could be untrue about me, so? So it's I don't think anybody else feels that way about my book mobility. But in that moment, you, it does feel like this massive failure. Because all your life. You've been told, like, don't ever, let anybody. See that. Or your Fred, you're really friend. I assume she's a really good friend, you're close to the podcast with her. I think in general, you guys are so good at interviewing. She is like typing in just the right amount. She's public heard the story a thousand times. And she sort of, like, yeah, but stop here for a second Yardley, because she knows people listening to this story want you to explain. Right. I, I are you seriously putting up with this at this point? And it's a it is a it's a truly therapeutic exercise. You guys. Please listen to the episode. It's incredible. I is that the first episode is the no God. No. Would never trade in that. It's no. I think it's in the second season somewhere buried in the middle there. She also. So at some point during this true crime podcast, this thing that's happened to you which were kind of vaguely referred to that began to happen. Or is it something now? Happened in the early ninety s so at some point in the second season of your small town, you just do you started talking about that on the show? We actually all of our cases, are told by the detectives who investigated them. Oh, well, except for two sewed one incident that happened to be where she was mugged. And then that was in season one, and we did it because the detectives Dannon day we have to identify twin. Detectives on the show, who co host with us talked about this thing. They call the goofy Luke where you like. Yeah. So cop will be like a traffic stop. It'd be like, get out of the car, get out of car, get out, and you're already out of the car and they keep telling you get out of the car car, and they're just sort of, like so wound up, and that's called the goofy loop. And so is it was then we were at lunch, and she was talking about this thing that happened to her. And they're like you're in the goofy. Loop. So we did this episode where is the only one that wasn't actually told by detective obviously. And then, so the next time in the second season and season doesn't actually correspond to a calendar year. We just we're actually only two years old. But we do about two seasons year in the second season. We did this episode where I was stocked by this guy who'd worked on my house, and you had another story before that to a guy was leaving your. Yes on my door. It's, it's, it's. Rebecca schaeffer. Yes. Which is right around the same time. I actually edition for that part. I went to the network for that role you kids who are. Yeah. It's like there was this young actress, who she her murder kind of changed the landscape of stocking. Rules here in our great state of California, like where it was like. All right. Enough is enough. This woman was absolutely stocked and murdered in like planes site. Like as guy just decided he wanted to kill her, and there was no way. There were it, it changed a lot of stuff, and it's a, it's a really tragic story and it was happening the exact same time. When I've just morbidly curious. Was it happening at the exact same time in the sense they were you had Rebecca Ben killed when you were enduring, when did she I my thing happened, I think hers happened after mine because mine happened in like ninety three. Right now happened around the same time roughly, I'm so bad with dates. Sorry. I don't remember. No, I measure things by EMI. Sarah for my three. Nine eleven nine eleven. I before nine eleven those after. So like my thirty seventh. Birthday was halfway between nine eleven and my second. Dan, you're not relatable. I don't can't. I don't need to be relatable. I'm a living God. I may also be super drunk. So let's get into the true crime of it. I really think because it's like I is the audience hate true crime. I hate crime. Go ahead. Lot of. Well, they're just saying because they love you. And that's one of the things like you, you and your partner created the show. So here's here's the reason why this is an amazing show, so true crime what you might be used to. And I think this is a great art form. Is total amateurs, in an armchair hanging out going, like, hey, here's what I think about Jon Benet Ramsey. That's fucking great. And I live by it, but you are also a fan of that arc form. But you inexplicably have created a truly responsible and professional show that I would truly recommend anybody, I wouldn't bother to preface it by going. Do you love your crime because it'd be like, you must love film Noir, or you must love like just the idea of anything? I mean, I think it's the only true crime show I've ever heard that I think cops could listen to next to victims for inst-. Since we get a lot of. Messages emails reviews from cop saying this maze. Ing, thanks so much. Thanks for telling it from our point of view. So, like I said, all of our cases, are told by the detectives who investigated them, and it started, because I'm friends with Dan and Dave. He's identical twin detectives, and they are one investigated violent crimes, and one investigated sex crimes, and child abuse and to just hear them talk about their day was the most harrowing extraordinary mind blowing. Like I I there Tuesday is so much more incredible than my any everday lack high interrogated in stereo by twin too. Ever you the first questions you ask. Like have you guys ever done a dead ringer? Silly, have what's funny is when because obviously in the same town, so they have had criminals, say fuck you one of that, like you don't meet. Cope lang. No. You mean my brother? Criminal. How do I know which is the good cop, which is the? These guys though it is remarkable and also all of your guests. But most like these two guys, these are not animus. Detectives they put it in D terms. These guys. Try try to. There Paladins a the pallet in class is like it's not the one everyone chooses. I don't wanna ride around in a suit of armor, on a white horse and like go. It already sounds like I'm trivializing it. Because the more important thing is the sort of dragnet arket, archetypal sense. God, it's so. I'm all over the place. Here's where I'm going to start with this as an American citizen. I think might worst. Fear about cops including homicide. Detectives was realized by Mark Furman like even from Wisconsin. It was sort of, like, didn't we all think that, that's how it worked that in worse than thinking that this is what detectives are? It's actually more about this is what we think of the world because we would assume I don't want to do that job. And so this guy does that job. And he's racist, then, maybe that job makes racist and it talks everything, and it's so different from front to hear these guys. I've no idea what they look like they're anonymous, you guys keep their identities secret, which is adds the charm. They're, they're the you can't be that by the book, and that candidate they, they sit there with you guys in the interview other detectives goodnight. Just Google dental. Detectives. I you could. But we actually say in our opening while some of our listeners may recognize some of these cases. We hope that you'll join us in keeping their identities crit protect the victims and what they've been through adore are all the cases cases that these two have worked on. So they're just giving their insight on case now. Sorry. So we do cases that data Dave have investigated. We also have guests from other small towns, who come and tell us cases that they have investigated and dad, and Dave, because they are, they are of the brotherhood are there to comment and sort of weigh in as well. What's incredible is the is. I mean you guys are so restrained. But then it's like listening over the seasons. You guys like learn phrases, and then chooses later, you're like wouldn't that be quibbling? Yeah. That's a very good point. In this case in our district. You're not allowed to do quickly. Okay. Fine. Just checking but it's more importantly, like it's Dan and Dave who are like it's like you could never get cops to host a podcast. Right. It would be a terrible pack guys because they'd be like, hey Dan, Dave. We're paying out. I don't know. I'm sure it'd be great. But. Interesting. So originally the concept of the podcast was Dan, and Dave would just talk to each other over glasses sky, refine and wasn't fine. They were they first of all, sometimes you put a microphone in front of somebody, and they sort of freeze up and they don't know quite what to do. And suddenly was scotch got all bit slurry about forty minutes. So that was an apply cast tolerate. And so. Podcast killer weighs the professionalism day. Give me one second. I have to go solve the crime of Jeff has to pee. I already know who done it, and it's me and it was in the master bedroom of my pants continue, so sorry. So then they said, we need you and Zubi to ask us questions. We sorry. Sorry, sorry. They, they tried it by them. Yes. No, we were all there, deviant, and I because we, we were like, okay, we'll produce it and you guys will just really should have apart. Yes, we should not be talking grant, 'cause I'm the voice of Lisa Simpson. It'll only things up. Yes. And then they pressed recording there like case, so, yes. What about that perp? Yes, you guys are like, okay, how do I put love it? They were actually the ones who are like this doesn't work course. Because they're Paladins good guys wonder they're great guys. And I will say and your point about Mark Furman. You know, one of the things that I love about our podcast. It's been a sort of unexpected treasure about it is that, while there is certainly a really worthy conversation about the really about the horrible things happening in law enforcement in this country. I would say ninety nine percent of them are actually trying to do their very best. And if we have an opportunity to shine a light on those people as well. That's also part of. Of the conversation. And these guys all say and the women that it's a calling it's not a job. And so. You know, I, I really, they really really, really are going distance to do it. Right. And do it. Well, and we have cases about we have a really fantastic. Four part series called the sociopath Lewisville blower, about a bad, cop who is bad cop for ten years. Fucking of rocked. This town is new, Dan, or Dave isn't there, the protagonist of that or no, no, that's guide named Lieutenant Scott that we, we have a grey, have you listened to the interview so we have a another grey to part case called presumed guilty, and that, that since he's in to about two guys who were sent to prison for a crime. They ended up not committing. And then we did an interview with one of those guys who had been in prison for eight years this season, but not on the phone, right? No es said he's sitting with us. Thank god. I mean he's lives are important. Yeah. Yeah. The audio quality, I know. I know I'm God with the true crying, too. It's also the mother of Jeffrey Dahmer victim. In the booth. Zack is Justin, you're right now but maybe night to the sound engineers. Get better sound. He didn't profound thing to hear these guys. And they all strike a similar silhouette, but they're some of our so different. There's like the guy was like, well, I'm the guy that shows up when there's an arson, but also so I like about skin burns, but some of them are crass, some of them are polite. Some of them are afraid DB profound. Some of them are, what, what really comes across is that if any of these guys inspite of how kind of maybe stoic, the job demands that their personalities be. I am socially conditioned to believe that if a barrel chested as I picture all of them. A man with a note pad and a gun on his hip, that he's allowed to kill anyone. He wants with that when that guy's being stoic that. He's hiding the fact that he's racist homophobic misogynistic that he which is that the filth in the street could bobble, ha e be rain down. And it it is so therapeutic to listen to just the simple dragnet reality they've often refer to dragnet moments because what they do is so clerical. They moved from address to address and they keep careful notes, and their love the rule of law being the protagonist in they store, very methodical. I we actually always also try to get into the like who are you as a person? Why do you do what you do? And then how do you, if you are the person who goes toward all of the stuff that the rest of us run from where does that live inside of you always asking your your your? Or your hero? How'd you do it? It's, it's looking, I think I got from this guy that we call aspect or detective on this show because he has a true crime podcast just him in a microphone and his crazy brain like doing an awesome job of talking about famous murder cases. But he, he really woke me up to, like the healthy reason why I think that maybe true crime is vast nature sort of debugging of, of, of our experiment with being a society like because you've got you've got a couple of different leads coming in. You've got the cops that are showing up. You've got the victims that are showing up. You've got the perpetrators are showing up and you're looking at it with your little Ghostbusters. Lens and going, okay did did, which these things went wrong, and we tend to get drawn to the famous things. Okay. So let's all talk about Jon Benet Ramsey for million years, 'cause it's endlessly fascinating. But your podcast is like. There are millions while towns in America, all of them have big crimes constantly happening in them. And then all of them have a homicide detective who shows up who is like this is like, and you guys to really good job. You're good interviewers. I wish you were doing this podcast. Like it just like it takes the effect of like this VR experience. Because these guys they're, they're like, you're like so what happened? I like okay. So I've got a call from third Lincoln. I saw the door immediate. I, I notice doors got water damage. And it goes from there. I mean I can't if you don't like it your piece of shit. Even if you hate crime or love it, I don't know what it really is a good pot. How, how do you produce it part of a network? I'm not now. Actually, we do it, where tiny team. Is being I edit on paper and then we pass it off to, to editors who put it into pro tools. It's incredibly at it heavy podcast because we're not dealing with professional storytellers aren't that amazing people like that fought fold because that would be too intimidating. 'cause I was going to ask that let me you guys are. So you're doing it in one take without any editing your questions or so thoughtful, and you're never interrupting and being a big drunken idiot, and editing. All. Lee actually have now learned to the thing about, interrupting what's interesting is we used to interrupt. No. We used to interrupt more. Let me stop you there. Crow, interrupting ship, does I go ahead and Dan, and Dave said, to us, they pulled aside literally and said, when these detectives are telling these stories, it's often like they're testifying on the stand, and it's much better, just to let them go. And if you have questions, write them down, and then come back to them afterward. If there's a natural break, you can ask the question, but it's, it's less good to sort of try to get one end. It doesn't their brain. It's just not like that. I it's funny. I love hearing that for several reasons. One is that I loved the idea that the men and women that we put in charge and nine Byron areas that you're welcome. That we that we put in charge of that really specific tier of law enforcement where the crimes already happened. Now they got a the paper trail begins and they gotta find the perp. I think they're called purpose. I love I love. I'm so much more comfortable with the idea of them being not natural performers would really like them to have aspects. I would really like them to be like, no, I'm more of a detail oriented, very detail aren't they're very organized that way. And they so yes to your point where very edit heavy. They. You know, we, it's just there's repetition, we my here's my thing. The most important minute is the next minute. And so you don't want your audience to turn away. You don't want them to turn you off and go and do something else. And so I really have tremendous respect for our listeners, and I want my podcast podcast to be clean, because if you don't listen to it now, your piece of shift that she just said the most important minute is the next minute that means every minutes more important than the next fuck you. You don't get it. I hope you don't listen to it because it sounds like it'll make you better. And you deserve to be worse. Thanks for coming your land, sorry about audience. I think they're drunk frankly. Beefing with about people that don't like people getting the ghost of my dad even dead. That's how drunk I. With. You just imagining that people are mad at you for club. Shame. I, I was just talking to run funches about those on his better podcast today because he was doing a better job of interviewing me compare and despair. Don't do it compare and despair. God damnit Brandon. How are you doing? I'm trying to tell you see Trump. Do you know you should listen? We. We should ask about activists was one of the ways that you describe. Yeah. I ask one quick. I'm being sure. Is an honor. What's the coolest thing that your job has allowed you to be able to do? The, the coolest thing that my job is has allowed me to do it has given me freedom of choice. And I really and I said that it's a now actually I used to always say that and I said that to Matt Selman, who's one of our executive producer writers. And he's so funny. Flux up, I was Simpson's. And he said, so you mean you have money and I'm like, yes. Money is part of it, but it is so much bigger than that. And then, so here's the story about freedom of choice, three years ago, I broke my neck and your choice. Just be quiet. Perception of say, sir. I'm so sorry. It was funny. It was funny, not worth interrupting, but it was funny. Tech. So it was a really really, really bad break. And I came within a millimeter of being paralyzed from the neck down. Can I ask how it happened? I felt out a flight of stairs in a parking garage. And I separated c-5 and see six stretched, my spinal cord to within a millimeter of snapping so. Paralysis. Probably why friend. Oh, yes. Or death or death, so superhero damn origin. Dan? I'm trying to prove a point cocoa. It'll be short so longer I want the show to be good. So it took me a full year to recover. Now I'm lucky because I have good health insurance. But what I really had was time and I had time because I have this amazing job. And what I realized is that even the thing that. Nobody has thing that. No, it was time that I could go to physical therapy, five days a week, and it wasn't about the money it was that I could go because I didn't have to be anywhere else. And so that is about the freedom of choice, and what the other thing I always say, is, you know, if I have this extraordinary opportunity that this job is giving me if I don't have the wherewithal to do something with that, then that's on me, then I'm the asshole. So that's the best thing, the idea of, of waking up in the morning and knowing that the reason you're getting out of bed has somehow intersecting with you wanting to. Yes. Instead of having that fallback that we're all too familiar with which is like, well, I gotta quit smoking. Well, I'm a smoker. But I gotta quit smoking, and you like fall into that trap, if like, okay. So I'm living in two totally different realities, like I'm getting out of bed. Myhrl arm clock wrong. And I'm a dishwasher. So I'm gonna go watch gestures. It's not it's absolutely not, what I wanna do. That's how ninety nine percent of us live. And we call that work. And we call that paying the rent and stuff. That's one percent of have this privilege. It's an enormous privilege to if you're going to spend so much of your time at work than hopefully, it's something that you enjoy. Because hopefully. Hopefully you come down for that Mount Sinai and be like right, everybody that had to watch dishes. Otherwise, they'd lose their house. Right. I'm, I'm I, I get to jump out of bed in the morning knowing that I'm stoked about what I do. And it just want to let you know it's not that great. It also sucks. Fuck off a net would still be an uplifting message. Okay. I didn't receive that. I mean it doesn't have to be like, oh, I'm staying I love doing what I love it. I think it could be a reasonably here. People really simple. You know what I got a million dollars for taking shit on a paper plate? I feel bad about myself. I think that can be really uplifting for poor people. And then that second question was about activism. What is what's the BT Q activist stuff that you're? It's part of the gay thing. Sorry, you're asking her. Okay. My answer was going to be stupid for a long time. I so when California voted against gay marriage. I was I had just actually produced a movie that Dustin Lance black had directed called Virginia that. Jennifer Connelly and Harris had started, and he introduced me to Chad Griffin who at the time with just teamed up with rob Reiner. And they started the American Foundation for equal rights to overturn proposition eight and they came to me and said, Yardley, we need to fight this fight, and we need money. And I said, I'm in so that was real my I really really big push and. I was one of the major donors for that, and then Chad got poached, from whence. We did that the American Foundation for equal rights. Went away and Chad got poached to the human rights campaign, and that I sort of followed him there and supported them there. And I actually was just honored their this last spring at their gala as you got the national leadership award for supporting the LGBTQ community. Now there's something. There's another one of I'm sure you're one hundred answers for what your job is for you to be able to do is to become a donor to these things philanthropist, quiet donor. I actually don't I rarely, not at flashy donor. I give quite generously. But I never need to be. I don't ever need my name in lights about that. It's an it's funny. So when I had to give this speech about being recognized by the human rights campaign, I it was, I got a big laugh, when I said, so I've been agonizing for months about how to thank you for thanking me properly for doing this. I'm like, thanks. Because now I have not slept since Christmas. I mean it was really. I mean, I was incredibly gratified, but I also felt like I really don't I don't need you to. I don't need it. I'm gonna like they personally are always so gracious towards me, but they really really, really wanted to do it publicly and so recognized that part of being gracious is allowing people to say thank you. And so I that. Obviously, they're not gonna just never thank you never want to honor you. But they should have like they should come to you and say, hey, we're going to throw you just big event where you get to get up and agonize over a speech, or we'll just get to know that we want to do that for you, and you can flip that Quine and go whichever way you want, but they were not giving me that option. There. It's important actually, whether you like it or not that they're they the strategic benefit of because someone like me, who would do it for the wrong reasons is like, hey, I want I want that. I think it's important, I join into these great causes just great causes for very raise. But I do think that. I that, that idea of, deflecting compliments being like I like somebody's saying thank you. And then how you react to that. It's like like your instinct being to be like almost like fuck you those right? Because you're because if, if you did something nice for any other reason than to be nice than that person. That's actually thanking you is arguably an enemy in your in your pioneer land. You're like. And then, like I had I had a therapist had to explain to me, like, part of telling you that they're happy that you kind of. Is you have to receive it. So get over it, and receive it it's part of the deal, I'm gonna help sad. Are you good like a smaller? Are you? Are you going to you now? You are you comfortable at SM small compliments in general. Do you accept them easily, or is it difficult to even accept little compliment? Let's, let's test. Don't even answer what shut up. Jeff European has shed. Thank you. Okay. He's pretty good. I feel like I am whatever happens internally, you know, if I'm and it really can be sort of day to day, if I if I, I was almost late today tonight, because I couldn't get out of my closet change clothes, like five times, chose butterfly dresses rocking. Thank you. And it's sushi did it. Thank you got. But you kind of took it you kind of bowed your head. Thank you. Where did you did part of you think in your head? Fuck, you know that you have to translate it to the second language of nine. I don't think so. I just but it's I'm you know, I'm just sort of a complicated low header in there, sometimes I recognize Nei, like it's compliments or fine. I'm good with that. I really am. Good. I just honestly. New that I just really didn't need that big big recognition. I was really okay with Chad, and Chris Barron, who runs the foundation under him. They're always like I said. So personally gracious, I was like that is so enough for me. I'm good. But they were insistent. So I. 'cause it's like I think I like like is there something that someone can say, like there's something that performers people that want attention? Like did you hear something from them that made that through that gear and you're like oh, that's what I want to hear? And I don't actually need to hear it from two hundred and fifty million people on Twitter. I actually need to hear from two people who are like running, this charity drive question. I don't know if it was a dumb question. Don't even do you have one, Dan, that you wanna hear you know, I think I it's fucking your good person, but it's like if somebody said that to me, I'd be like, well, you're liar and your piece of shit ever trust. I'm going to hit you in the head. I you know, it's funny, I often joke that I, I work for biscuits that I'm sort of like a dog. I'd respond to biscuit. So I do like to know that. I did a good job. I like that. I really do. I work very hard. I like to know that I set the bar, high touch the bar, and that you recognize that I'm glad you were here. My thing, don't you? The rundown. I wanna hear I saying it to you to glad you're here. That's what it is happy to be here. Kinda cocky. Everybody. Terrible. Terrible ending. I'm glad you guys are here. Let Yardley no your God. She was here. I'm gonna say guest ever. I'd say Brad Johnson. Sprecher crittenden. I'm Jeff Davis. Your mayors dad harlot. Thank you. Thank you for everything that you do think you for making happy for so long. Take covet dry fast. Take chances. What they don't mean shit but say for my checks into without fail. We bring it back to with been doing this before cats hated in my backyard kind of not to that. Back bringing back. In fact. Flowing this month standing in the crowd, they'd be the quotes. Starving. A podcast network.

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Protesting For Prisoners During COVID

Worst Year Ever

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Protesting For Prisoners During COVID

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I'm here with no detention centers in Michigan and my name is JR Martin. I live in grand rapids Michigan and I am also not tension centers Michigan and the like purpose of your organization is pretty obvious in the name but I think people don't actually know much about the specific sort of detention center In the term. That's used a lot to describe what you're specifically protesting against our shadow. Prisons essentially areas. Where the government detains undocumented immigrants. And and because they're kind of seen as temporary detention facilities they don't have to abide by the same rules and provide the same sort of quality of life. Things that normal prison would be required. Is that more or less. Kinda what would you describe it yet? And they also kind of our. I mean as the name suggests. They're very good at hiding with their doing so. Of course they whenever forward say what you just said? But they're very good at keeping everything they do kind of under wraps yeah and I would just add onto that. I think One issue that we have been just trying to communicate about as much as we can over. The last year is that there is a distinction between iced attentions and these privately contracted federal immigrant only presents or shadow presents So even though you know the name of the group is now detention centers in Michigan. I think are the work that we were engaged in shifted somewhat because the coalition was forms early last year like in the in the first couple of months of twenty nineteen in response to Proposed plan for a new immigrant detention center to be run or is this private company Ice Immigration in America and that was a proposal or I own. Yeah and and so we. The coalition started to to oppose those plans which were shutdown successfully within a couple of months but then it was just after we heard that and it was just as we were sort of celebrating that news that we heard that the route would be reopening this private prison in in Baldwin Michigan. Oh we I think a big part of the work that we were doing for a while. team you know especially before this basis that we're now started A big part of of what we were doing was just to learn as much as we could about these particular facilities also pride you against the sort of propaganda that was coming from who supported this prison in Baldwin and from the Geo Group and you know from from people who say well. This prison has nothing to do with ice and these protesters are confused. Because they think it's an ice detention center right so trying to make it clear to people like I that we know. It is a federal prison for people who've been convicted of so-called sterile crimes and that we are here to support those people that we see this. As Art of abroad abolitionist struggle that incorporates the fight against ice and against detention centers and again and against public presents all these struggles connected and that is kind of interesting to me. Because as you say you're prison your prison abolitionists But your your your organization is focused on a very specific kind of prison Why why this focus for you like because obviously you had you know. There's a number of different organizations that are kind of prison abolitionist organizations in the United States. Did you think this fight in particular so at least at least for me? We are elections. Obviously everyone's got their own reasons. But I see the most like militant form of the prison industrial complex Private prisons run by company for us. Non-citizens that's like the most aggressive than most like Kinda sketchy way to do it. I feel like you start bearing move inward kind of I think about it at least yeah and I think it's also I would agree and I would also just add that I think or many people around the state there was just a feeling that with the current administration. There was a need to respond to some specific steps. That were taken Specific ATTEMPTS TO EXPAND THIS. This particular network of incarceration though these like for example these these privately federal prisons We're going be phased out during like there were. There was a plan during the Obama Administration to actively end these contracts which of course was celebrated as the as a major victory by many people around the country and then almost immediately when the trump administration came into power that was reversed and so There are facilities that were scheduled to shutdown odd that are now remaining open or places like the one in Baldwin that you know two years ago three years ago or four years ago would there would. There would have been no possibility or wouldn't have occurred to anybody that they could have opened in this particular way and this is a facility has opened and closed multiple times. And that's something that maybe we can talk more about that. You know as I think it was clear to people that there was a need to engage in a targeted drug against this particular kind of expansion of the of the cardinal state. It's also worth I think Noting that of the shadow prisons. This is the only one in the Midwest as of right now. It's kind of like if you learn you can make profits off of it. There's going to be more so you WANNA stop for. Profits are ruining yeah. It's really interesting hearing kind of strategically how you look at this. And you've been obviously very successful. At least you know comparatively so far like you were successful in getting a governor of Whitmer to block a contract with Immigration centers of Americans stopped the construction that center in but I guess one of the things that I want to ask about that is I. It's very difficult to get. I think kind of mainstream American of voters adults. I guess you'd say to to care about prisoners Like that's that's a tough sell for a lot of people in this country which is part of why. I think it's been very difficult getting much. Traction in stories about like the Corona virus spreading in American prisons. There's just not a huge amount of inherent sympathy towards people who have been convicted of a crime among a lot of people in this country. You've been successful at getting a lot of folks angry on behalf of these people in and against you know these these detention centers. How have you gone about trying to spread this message in a way that actually catches on with people? Well I guess one I there are a couple of points that I would wanna make their. The first is that you know. Unfortunately it was. There has been a very recent announcement that we are struggling to keep up with them. Respond to right now which I don't know if brands Mentioned this game on or were you heard this. I'm already but there. There's actually a new proposal for a detention center in Iowa. Yeah right so does that. That's something we've just been aware I've been in the last couple of weeks so and you know. Unfortunately it's a different situation it Saab. It's private land so there's not the same you know. The is not exactly the same way to to have it. Shut down but will you. We'll we'll check out everything that can be done to fight against that and with respect to that question about sympathy for incarcerated people. I think that's a really. It's a really important question and I think there are. I think we've been starting to see that the Kobe. Nineteen in emergency has just been a reminder for so many people that prisons and jails and detention centers are just not safe for anybody and we're never safe and have always been an emergency and so. I think as people continue to hear about all the suffering and all these people are. I think for at least some people. There has been a growing awareness of liked the particular violence that incarcerated people are are subjected to and so. I think this you know what we're we're still going to see how this how this plays out and and what the long-term effects are but I think this has been something like a a wake-up call for for many people about what has always been a crisis. Yes and I think what's been we've been able to do recently. A is connected prisoners inside the correctional facility where this prison is in. Kinda here like a similar recorded calls published on our website and they seem pretty powerful talking about what they're going through and I think that hearing his voice attached is not just like a group of people like a person with a total in mind. All that stuff kind of carries that out we help does absolutely and we've been in touch you know increasingly over the last few weeks with family members too and I think if you know it may be i. I think absolute brandon said like hearing. Somebody's voice and hearing them talk about what they are experiencing makes it very difficult to pretend that this is not you know a person right and and I think people understand When we think about family members to that we I mean I think incarceration effects so many people's lives in so many direct indirect ways you know I think people when we when you really get down to it. Everybody has some degree of experienced or know somebody who knows somebody right and so I think when people hear those those those voices in the stories directly when they hear more about family members particularly in the situation that we're in where it's so difficult to get information and family members and loved. Ones are just desperately looking for you know for details on what's happening in Baldwin Inc. People people have to have to see that. That's that's we all and really painful can we? Can you tell us a little bit about what's happening there? I mean you just now. You mentioned this inability to get information and details and I'd like to hear a bit more about that so it is a a Federal Bureau of Prisons Facility. So it's it's operated under the authority of the Bureau and the bureau. Presents has a so-called corona virus resource page at with a with a map that like online math updated every day with information on people who've tested positive staff members incarcerated Around the country. And because this is a privately contracted facility and like as a perfect illustration of As you said earlier the way it's called a shadow prison because it's big because of the because of the nature of Soda Does Not Appear on on that map so there we've heard from multiple family members who have been really confused right and really alarmed by desk because they are told that this is the information should be available and especially also since there are. We know that there are people who have been recently transferred to this prison in Baldwin have experienced at several other federal facilities. And one thing we've consistently heard from them. Is that this. This place is the worst that they've ever But we also know that that you know even even considering the the lack of transparency and the appalling conditions that I that I I'm sure are prevalent throughout the system right. We like. We know that that people are had expectations that their loved ones You know who who had previously been at other facilities that that they will be able to sort of get access to some of the same getting a nine. That's now possible and from what I understand. There are known cases there at least among the staff but they are not admitting that there are actual cases. And that's contrary to what prisoners themselves are saying on the scene there right so the Geo Group. The company that owns manages the place. They have been releasing information on staff members who tested positive and the last that we heard that. I'm aware of was in an article in the Detroit. Free Press was published yesterday and That article had the number of staff members who tested positive at fourteen which was an increase of is since last When when there was another piece that we've seen that had a number so the Geo Group has has been for while releasing those numbers? They've known about staff numbers testing positive. Since the first week of April they have consistently refused to release any information on incarcerated people who've tested positive so the only way we knew that there were incarcerated. People who had tested positive for the virus was data reporter at the Michigan Dance. Who has done a lot of really great and helpful work? She was in touch with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Ian Heard on April twentieth from them that nine incarcerated people at northlake had tested positive because the group had reported those numbers to the health department even if they hadn't shared them with anyone else and since then the health department has said that they don't have the staff or they don't have the capacity to keep up with this situation they. They've they've all questions about prisoners. Who have the virus were tested? Positive for the virus should be referred to the facility itself. Which of course you know the way things are now means that those questions aren't going to get answered so there was one source that we had or know confirms up-to-date information on people at Northlake who tested positive which we no longer have still upsetting year. I I think it's worth bringing up to that like. This is all happening Michigan which is currently not doing super great in terms of the national Situation and you know we hear a lot is essential workers. Essential Workers of the only one that should be out it makes. You wonder like well is having this prison. Run by a company something. Essential like is that are. We glad that we spent a lot of effort making happened so that now. Independent dependent is happening. We're all dealing with that iheartradio in state farm. It know that the graduation stage is the first of many and while grads may not be walking across one this year. They can get the send-off they've drilled of with our new podcast. Commencement featuring inspiring speeches from the biggest names like John Legend. I'm honored to have the chance to speak to you to share in this special Katie couric. You'll need some very important life skills to move forward. Perhaps the most important one is resilience. Chelsea handler. 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Abolition Movement if we have people sitting here doing some googling as they listening to as they listen to this trying to figure out what in their own state like what kind of detention centers are opening their own state They're wanting to just push against private prisons in general like. Do you have any recommendations for how folks can kind of get into this sort of activism? Because it's it's tough you know. It relies a lot on like one of the things. It's been difficult about getting stories from inside. Prisons during this outbreak is that they have so much control over the people in them. So it's it's hard to to reach people inside. It's hard to like form those kind of bonds of solidarity and get their stories out. Like how would you recommend folks who were interested in contributing to this movement Get started you know. Especially if they're not in Michigan and can't Actually help y'all directly so again the first minute news. I start local looking soon. What prisons around you. What organizations are around you like? I found this group just online. One day just happenstance which is nice. After I'd moved to Michigan I grew up here but it went away and came back on this group by chance but his where okay you can go online and the biggest private prison companies are Geo Group. In course vic you can read about them find out a bear around you of the industrial workers of the world has an organizing committee called the incarcerated workers organizing committee and they have chapters. I'm not part of the organizing committee but they have a website and they can direct your resources that's another way Especially since we can't go outside I feel like the Internet. Finding local groups is the best way to do it. In my opinion I mean. I'm also not officially a member of the Incarcerate Workers Organizing Committee. I have so much love for walk. And I'll be the organizing worth Let's do and book were involved in that so I would. I would agree that that's a wonderful resource and I would also say that in terms of study and and context and learning about abolition. There's so much history and and so many people who are like every day Making this information and and Doubles accessible to two people. Ask like just yesterday those interview on democracy. Now with Wilson Gilmore who talked about the abolition struggling California around the country and specifically Responding to cover the nineteen and in Apple's context. They're people like Mariam Kaba Prison. Prison culture is her handle on twitter and just like the amount of work that she has consistently dine like I is based of Chicago while she may lead somewhere else now but just the the amount of knowledge that like she and other abolitionists share online every day at is like really really amazing also churches of not all of them obviously but in our group we have a lot of churches who are against this prison in so you never know you might find so and that's a good thing. That's a good way to connect. I think this conversation is very interesting. I think it might be good to spend a moment talking about abolishing prisons in general. I think that some people might not know that much about it You know the idea of we look to other countries like Sweden who has a really excellent prison re prison situation that's based in rehabilitation and everything like that. Is that what your goals are like? I think I would see a major goal as just to reframe. The conversation about incarceration about Punishments Act about responding to and the two acknowledged as if this is understanding and in you conversation about how presents do not solve these problems. Violence as Angela Davis Do NOT DISAPPEAR SOCIAL PROBLEMS? They disappear human beings so typically like in the US. There's such a tendency to Imagine Bat that incarceration is the answer or that As as as one he was earlier than that. We don't have to worry about people right. Wednesday are in prison or that like if somebody is incarcerated. They deserve whatever they get or you know that that that the problem is solved. And I think it's just so clear in so many ways that that this is not the solution at all by by locking people away. Sorry I say I'm just always blown away by you know. It's very easy to forget about prisons in our day to day life. It's very easy to be distracted by everything else. That's going on but when you stop and look at it and you think about it and you just for my own personal experience knowing people that have been in and out of the prison system how little it does to help them. The effect it has on families That lose people to the prison system. I what that is for their income. How being in prison environment often Exacerbates problems it leads to you. Know more violence. There's all sorts of stuff that that people just don't have the time to think about and it frustrates me right. It's In this country at least I know we have this huge amount of prison facilities in huge amount of money. That's involved and it's kind of one of those situations where you know if you haven't Go if you if you have a hammer. Every problem is a nail. And so you know you read about how the mentally ill you're treated re minor crimes retreated Read about how all these things are treated and of course if you have a large amount of prisons that's where people are going to get it put and that's. Kinda I think I think people should think about is that if we expand our prisons prisons we built today. Might hold you tomorrow or your loved ones Because if they're they're they're gonNA get used especially if the run by corporations who are trying to make money we and in some cases they're required to be used like that was a big thing and not just in Arizona. I remembered specifically in Arizona. Were like there had a contract with the state to keep the prisons at a minimum level of occupancy Brand. Yeah I think one of the things. That's hardest you can you? Can I think almost anyone at least anybody who's kind of liberal on the left and even a lot of conservatives on board with the idea that like prison reform is necessary but once you start talking about an abolition? The first questions in people's minds is they're going to imagine you know Okay then you're talking about letting serial killers out on the street. Then you're talking about letting letting out murders and all these violent people and like what about all these people that that we believe need to be in prison And I you know there's a couple of tactics I can think of for dealing with that off the bat number one to just emphasize how rare those kind of crimes are and how often incarceration actually contributes to people who weren't violent criminals Becoming violent criminals But I'm curious how you know Since this is something y'all spend a lot more time thinking about doing than I do How you approach answering that question for people so this is just kind of how I personally view it. I don't know if you've been. Jr would agree with me. Or if you know everyone would but I see there to be a qualitative difference between a prison that houses the amount of people might be like serial killers or that kind of example you're giving versus what we have now and I almost like. I'm getting a little wishy washy here but I wouldn't call that a prison like it is but so punctually different from the system. We have now that I don't consider them kind of the same institution I don't know that's like academically correct. That's kind of think about it because if you look at the majority of the incarcerated population they're not really fitting that vote in so I kind of think like maybe we'd entirely differ institution setup if you need institution. I would just add to that You know I'm thinking of a really great comic like there's a there's A. There's a sort of abolitionist doesn't introductions abolitionist politics with Mariam combat. It's in the form of comic and I don't have any brandy right now. But she talks about how she has been confronted with this question so many times right question like well. Why do we do that with the so-called violent people or how how what like what if we if there are no prisons than than? What do we do with those people? And she talks about how she has stopped responding to that question. Or or just like the importance of reframing that question and I know there are there other abolitionists to talk about that he say. Where is that violence happening now? Right or like people who commit violence. Do we actually believe. It isn't actually our understanding that prisons end that violence. When we know that you know people who have committed sexual assault are the president right or their under Supreme Court or they're everywhere and that that violence is getting not you know it's it's not getting It's IT'S NOT. A problem is being solved is simply being relocated when people are in prison and it's getting intensified right and like week you cannot talk about serial killers or or sexual violence. I think without also talking about how the the masked death and the mass sexual violence that prisons themselves are responsible or right like them is a serial killer the US Prison system is a factory for sexual violence and other forms of violence. You know and I think reframing framing the question in that way is a really crucial step four or thinking about how an abolitionist response is in it you know I would say in so many ways like the only response or the only solution to to these westerns. Yeah I think that's very intelligent particularly because I mean the thing you're fighting here is less people's entrenched Ideas about what should happen in prison and more people's entrenched entrenched. I think by the media particularly like fictional media more than eating entrenched ideas about what crime is in this country. I think in general the picture people have of of crime in America is. It might be the thing that the average person is wrong is about even including like climate change into that Into that bunch Just because of a cop dramas is kind of where I would lie. A lot of the blame But Y- there there is one of the things that strikes me is like the real titanic struggle here in terms of making progress on prison. Abolition is is informing people propert properly of what what violent crime really looks like in the United States. And I think you're right when you do have an accurate picture of that you realize that that prisons are factories for creating the kind of crimes that people fear. I mean you have people going there. Let's say for ten years. They're put into this prison system under the understanding that then they will be released back into society because they've paid you know serve their time but they're being injected into assistant that is inherently violent. That also probably has has access to drugs to all sorts of different things that they're supposed to be more away from and then they come back into society and I feel like there's a really compelling case to be made that that's yeah increasing the violence in our society. We're not giving people tools to survive in the real world. We're just reinforcing. What they already know or people that aren't violent into that world of violence and then I think another thing we're fighting is that you know. Ignorance about what crime is is and also about what the prison population what the incarcerated population is dealing with that actually matches up with a lot of groups like messaging and propaganda. Is You know. It's don't look here. We're doing fine. We have this great new innovative system innovative word they liked us. And then you know we get messages from the people inside when we put up my website recently with others a guy who's like coughing up something and they just left him in a cell for five hours and you don't really hear that in the media you don't really hear that When you're talking about do I wanNA keep this person in prison under my textile like is that how we want to spend our resources life on and I don't think most Americans think about that because prison's away to take something that is they make it not their problem in? Don't think about it. Yeah I think it's up to us to kind of take responsibility. Yes hi I'm Katie. Stole and this episode is sponsored by Blue Blue. Brings you the first chewable with the same? Fda approved active ingredients as Viagra and cialis blue was prescribed online by licensed physician. So you don't have to go to the doctor's office or wait in line at the pharmacy and it ships right to your door in a discreet package speaking of discrete package. 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You know the one with the catchy jingle like a good neighbor state farm is state farm has been in the insurance game for more years than anyone on earth can remember. They aren't some fly by night. Operation Offering suspect savings. They offer real service for classy people who want to be confident in what they are buying. I call it the state farm difference. I don't know what they call it. I don't even runs the company. Maybe I should run the company I would keep the jingle state farm is there but I would change the tune like a good neighbor state farmers there that was better right and can we do one more thing before we moved into prison. I know a lot of people. We've been talking to have asked us to like say what's been happening to prison. We give a narrative of what we heard years leads. Yeah so for a long time. We knew that more and more people were coming into this prison in Baldwin And we were just looking for ways to to get in touch with them and support them and we were we. I heard a in early March from a relative of somebody who had recently been transferred to the North Prison She was very concerned for her relatives. Safety She said that whenever she talked to him on on Not Not that many times but whenever she had his voice Arrived in Michigan. He just knew that something was wrong and she had not heard him speak like this before and so we gradually got more details about this group of ten to twelve predominantly black man in his prison. Who had been rounded up and put in the special housing unit which is a restricted housing area. That's cut off from the general population off so they they're there had been a sort of general climate of unrest and violence Inside this facility and there was a particular incident in early March where a one one prisoner was was jumped by some others or there was a fight And none of the black men were actually involved in that situation. But the warden's response was to basically round up almost all black people in prison and put them in the secure housing unit and he told them that this was supposedly for their own protection but they had not asked for productive custody You know many of them had no idea what was going on. They didn't know why they were being a dare why the prison staff were coming into the kitchen. In the barber shop with their guns drawn and with NATO to to lock everybody down and in addition to that since being in that restricted in that restricted unit. They you know they also had their privileges restricted or like some of their ability to to use the commissary and to get on the owner things like that. Those were restricted as if they were being punished. Something wrong as if this had been like disciplinary confinement So and they they have been there and this was. This was a a a situation that that sort of predated the cove nineteen emergency. We started hearing about in early March. And they've been in that restrict unit since then they'd gone on hunger strike at two separate times within the last month or month and a half and they were demanding. You know first of all just when Asian and a response to what they what they you know very directly perceived to be racist repression. And just there in this unit in place and also denaturing increased access to the shower. More phone time that our food. They've talked about how appalling inadequate and that's something that we've actually occurred throughout the facility. So it's it's in a in a secure housing unit bad throughout the prison and the food is just not good But so they were demanding food better better food as well Limited water access by jump in complain about that very limited water access right. Yeah and that was that was that was it. That was a tactic that the warden had also used to retaliate against people who are on Hunger Strike. So the first time there was a strike There was one there was one participant in the strike the warden basically way working end to end the strike and to start eating again was to restrict the water access in his cell and that was just around the same time that the warden had learned that there were cases of the virus in the prison riots at a moment when everybody. It's washing your hands as much Award in made activist agents restrict. Somebody's access to water and that that person also told us like even in addition to that health concern the main reason. It was a problem for him was. He's a practicing Muslim and so he needed more frequent access to water to able to engage in his religious practice to base before paying But what we know the shutting off the water was something that the warden did not just for doctors in but for other participants in the second hunger strike and that was well after there were confirmed cases of the buyer. So we had been since we've found out about this during To support those people who are on hunger strike into worried about it and I think it's because of a couple of articles that were published about that hunger strike that people outside you know family members and others found out about our group and found out that had a good reach out to us and so that was why lead to US having more contact with people in the general population and and that that communication has been getting has been continuing to grow in the last couple of weeks. And it's been getting more and more urgent because of what's going on throughout the prison with with Kobe. Nineteen thank you for that. I'm pretty bleak bleak and this is just one one prison you know I mean you're hearing horrifying stories everywhere The audio that you have recorded from the calls 'cause that's pretty pretty heart wrenching stuff. I as I mentioned I do have a non prison question that we could keep it or not. I'm just curious for your thoughts Governor Whitmer was mentioned earlier and I'm just curious to know from citizens of that state to. I'm curious what you think about her. Because we're hearing her name a lot you know she's being floated as a potential VP. And I think it's fair to say that a good amount of this country and our listeners. Don't know that much about her. Pre Corona Virus And it's easy for somebody to look good compared to trump right now and I just would Value Your insight into her sure. Yeah well I share something. If Brandon has a response as well. Yeah I appreciate the non prison question. I I'm sorry. That was a very long digression before it but no not at all. That's what you're here for. I'm just curious while I have your attention. Yeah we'll definitely so I would say that my feelings about the governor are really complicated or that. It's it's very complex situation because it's very clear that there are bashes and reactionaries in Michigan. Who are organizing and who are taking advantage of this moment to grow their capacity and to show up in public right because they are not embarrassed about showing up in public. They're exploiting that that opportunity to to organize and that's really scary and something to fight something pregnancy to mobilize in response to end. It is very clear that they are naming the governor and and singling her out in in various ways and so i. I think it's important to re to respond to you. Know to to to organizing and to to shut it down in whatever ways we can I also am. I also think important to avoid A sort of immediate response to that dynamic which I think is really tempting very understandable. Do present the governor as somewhat as as a as a as a heroic opponent or or or someone who is yeah. We're we're at this point in our country where someone like does a basic minimal level of responding to Of taking science seriously virus is able like people kind of get on board with them without really thinking about like okay but if if the comparison wasn't the guy who's in charge of at all like with this we'll also we're here in Michigan. Our last guy poisoned flint's water so like y'all are bar is pretty low so there's so listeners just this should all be reinforced you. It's a great time to get into politics. You can actually kill a lot of people in still be doing better than the folks before so really you know anything goes now might not be the pros. The tagline yeah I mean so I think all of that is right and I think about about Governor Whitman. I would just say you know like who knows what it feels. Like to be singled out by the president of the United States right or criticism and the way that that that she has. I think that's that's a real concern and I understand that people would would have a lot of sympathy for her on that and also just know that there are people in Michigan who have been begging governor to take action and release people from prison. And and you know it's it's a very complex thing to to deal with. Because there is much more that she could have done specifically on this issue of incarceration in again and. I think we're watching the effects of that inaction play out in real time also a simultaneous issue of like. I know you guys end up on tendency. tenants move up being in Michigan. Right now we kinda want her to you know maybe some rents but that hasn't happened yet. Either yeah and that's that's a that's a really. I'm really grateful for that. Reminder like have friends who are an like closely involved in organizing for ten ten in unions and for Iran strike in in Michigan and. I know that that's another. That's another area where people are trying to apply as much as much pressure as they can. Yeah well thank you for that. That's some interesting insight. She's not going to be leaving our news cycle anytime soon. I don't think you know. Be Paying attention. Yeah well that was everything I had to ask Katya. No I think that covered it Thank you so much for taking the time to speak with US guys. This was super informative. We really appreciate your time and of course your activism the actual work that you're doing on the ground thanks for your work to. Yeah thank you. Thank you so much for talking with us I really appreciate the question and the opportunity to think about some of these things together if our listeners wanted to help with what? Y'All are doing Is there a place? They could donate to kind of further. Help further your efforts. I don't think that there's A. There's a way for people to donate directly to notice engines Michigan at this time like we're not. I don't think that we're necessarily asking for donations in that way. But I guess I would just after thinking about it for a minute I would. I think in response to that Very good question. I would just say that finding your local mutual aid network like fifty bucks initiative or beyond our thinking about ways that they can support financially. I I know that in Michigan and across the country there are mutual aid networks that have been growing over the last month end at. They are in many cases responding to some of the same or to some like directly. Overlapping issues with like state violence Experience incarceration experiences of of Racist violence and and you know and and the violence of everyday life in capitalism right so I think In addition to like emailing us in checking out our website if people are interested in In supporting in that way then like the grand rapids area. Mutual aid network is is the local one that ends of minor involved in in Michigan. And I I know there are other groups like that That have been springing. More more everywhere. Then we'll say is no detention centers M. I. Dot Org a if you get there and there's a picture of people standing in a light you'll be perfect and please keep us updated on things. They're sure we'd all be very curious to hear what happens and we'll be following it as well. Thanks so much for listening guys. That was our interview. You can check us out online at worst year paw on twitter and instagram. Yes thanks for listening. You A neat nematodes and cool. Seila Kant's you little lovey then Davies. You're charismatic cans. Seal you microcosmic. By inside Dr loved worst year ever is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows you all need to tune in to the podcast cannabis talk one on one with Blue Joe. `Grande and Marketing Craig Wasserman. The pop brothers that law. 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S1E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show - Tuesday, October 8, 2019

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S1E18: The Shawn Harvey Morning Show - Tuesday, October 8, 2019

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Gaza delete that they need ain't all thanks Michael Brassy he says I'm so smash -able doc I'm GonNa do if not November twenty eighth December twenty first in information hasn't been Ozzie the big which was what is he talking about going on right now probably has but at least I didn't have to hear it right understand is the GAL that's not the longhaired Gal invent okay I feel thank you tiny Harris that is Ti's I have to say it like that. When was the last time somebody mentioned your name as a man Austin but it was a sister you know that's funny wall she and mom I'm sorry she reported I totally understand I get that Barton that's right yes he wears me out tiny I'm Fox News tiny hairs reported more than seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars worth of jewelry stolen Lamborghini She said she returned to her car around nine forty five pm to find her bag containing wedding rings watches and earrings were gone yeah yeah very fragile delicate flower and then keeping that man put it in the chat room for you shelter police she had no knowledge that the jury was inside the vehicle but notice that there were a multitude of persons congregated within a few feet from where she parred Roy as of now authorities see co signs of forced energy or visible damage to Lamborghini no word yet from the harrises but stay wife got a lot of breaking up and get back together speaks the city says yeah I was GonNa do to you ready no not until I hear ready you just can't say that and then not give me any Li stay up to the Australian how if you didn't know the jewelry was in your car but then you say you saw a group of the only listen this is tiny hair you don't it is not even her face is the way she talks -til like come on Eh fast right we going to do right now they don't they take down but you gotta get the baked the seventy thousand dollars worth for jury only us and I hate to say this but only US black folks behave like this because season we have to show everybody what we had what we own on our person each and every day right Stanford when you knew that the jewelry was in your car because a group of people were standing by your car makes sense how does that embarrass your says she's inbound that doesn't mean I know how you feel now let's knows someone on our down here yeah well why why why are you roll around all the beginning she told police that the death happened while she and a friend were grabbing drinks in midtown Atlanta yeah yeah you do and why are you have all this jury in car like a hundred thousand Sir you smash movie yeah her name she goes by tiny tiny tow- believes that that's happened yeah not a Lamborghini insight and mother and he didn't know it was in or how important some stolen exactly like Ryan it was there in but I don't have no sympathy for you you have a Lamborghini and you have seventy thousand dollars worth of jury in a car and going you midtown Atlanta and you're going to have drinks acquit sending why'd you have to girlfriend and guys pull up of course they're gonNA see Lamborghini you lied right because you embarrassed Prince Cox now all car you're in midtown Atlanta you got the jury in the patches that you have to homegirl which everything is reality sure by everything's broadcast and that's thieves like okay you show up we're gonNA take your jury and I don't have any sympathy the city in these folks that super-rich like this driving mind Lamborghini us oh I must have jewelry in there why that doesn't make any type of Saturday she had the jury in the car question she was showing out and France's it might happen Shoutout to Tyler Perry who had very star studded black Hollywood weekends he three hundred and thirty Acre filming complex in the Fort McPherson area the it was on Saturday he had celebrity anywhere you go along with I wanNA smash doubt get to buy a WIG awesome. She's the one that wrote Queen Sugar Anna she also produced a the central park five on Netflix special yeah that was her what about what about setting especially you got bill gates running around here Walmart shirts on it's gotta be all about you at which you wish again when was your mom back home. Ti should curse her ass out eighty cents jury at you see a bunch of people by your car one interesting it's a Lamborghini that they're looking at CICI's bass but she's people by her car she nope we don't have any sympathy towards this woman yes I mean I I don't I don't get it and I'll still smash awesome and a lot of other Denzel Washington like people yeah everybody you're black and in Hollywood you was there and this was in Atlanta last yes built on the the lot was actually a built on site that served as a confederate army base during the American Civil War Katrina team grew boy building we down here the even commemorated like some of his actors that have been in his shows like the have have not and he gave them like stars it grows more than nine hundred million dollars domestically Scott as a winner yeah and he had a Sunday church service and Brunch that people came to it like through the studio grounds so they had a ceremony for that there was fireworks it was amazing so congratulations they opened up a Tyler Perry studios which I think it's his second location you're in Atlanta yes it is eh what about sitting he can see high out here but I think I might have to be particularly interesting I am not willing to be a participant Perry and you know it's a great thing for black people in Hollywood one of our heroes are considered this man a hero from one as such as Oprah Winfrey beyond say Jay z's Cecily Tyson Sydney director Eva Vernay she is dollars there is twelve sound stages and they were named after steamed black performers The site was actually avid is even have reported this may back in by seventy thousand dollars worth for more jury and leave us alone and let us continue to work one day Oprah Winfrey donating thirteen million to morehouse college She did a banking off the Gosh but you gotta get the back by the city achieve and the black community yeah applaud this young man these don't put a lot of black folks to work yeah he's going to do more like he wants to make it like a compound he's got so many more shows I walk in a room everybody gotta be quiet he seems like a really down to Earth Guy Likes me Oh that's Oprah's coker hey dear Jackson Good Morning Siri Open in a second she said well she said she addressed a room full of Oprah Winfrey scholar she said I'm proud of you and proud of everybody in attendance at this little I don't know rb Bobby Hull rain she wasn't sharing anything put stores and restaurants and bills more on his studio is beginning what Disney's waters yet all the big weeks and then it has been thirty years since she's made that twelve million dollars donation to morehouse and so today I would like to add thirteen million to that I don't know what the last time she donated to university I'm sure you would know I don't think of billionaires and millionaires now it's time for you all to come back around Ben and show the black some love and produce your movies and your television you know but this is actually it's really great he's going to be producing a lot more movies than films his twenty films that he has created and tile parity became the first African American to open his own studio in two thousand six actually at another location what each other I'm going through She says that she she as you did you did I now that her investment in the school has reached a total oh she's given a total of twenty five million it has been any of his twice and on Frank folks take heed to this work with this young man white both we don't put money we don't made a happy would would talk wireless get one note that what about sweets okay let's take yes she didn't get stuff she was visiting less Tamie and slow bobby digital tickets no last say are says this easy five the money wasn't offering to support these young men I understand that African American men are an endangered species and the in the studio cost two hundred and fifty million both on this location yeah it was a movie studio that's crazy I know I know movies movies power men to have very hard in this the average African American women live ten years longer than the average African American man at the same eight hundred talked about that before yeah again he was accused of inappropriate behavior by his co stars which had listen to remain successful that's right Jason Mitchell the guy that was in the shy are you do you watch that show he enrolls in counseling and personal development following his sexual assault allegation Jason Mitchell this they have to make up without the makeup and run TAB morning face more than breath all of their loss to the back Simone we made some mistakes we apologize lease no I don't care about none of that so so saying that don't give us a hard time oh please going to live city you're gonna live ten years and we were the same age Tom Cause him to lose not one but two of his acting banks he's taking steps in the right direction to try and get back in this thing live ten years on a normal 'cause I live right no sitting and you eat raw will you will live ten years longer than me. Your Management Self Awareness Acceptance of responsibility on purpose so you can't be angry employee teams out front says hey guys story before yeah he played him the shy he's a comedian or something to know he's not a comedian and he was also star he was also set to go on Saturday night live he was also going to be on Saturday night live that's awesome that's a really big opportunity like that like you know a guy and all that other billion gave it to this now although doing stuff like that no so he picked up her was that ain't GonNa happen for them it was revealed that his character Brandon Johnson would be killed on the upcoming third season of the shy I just started watching that show the extreme to the next right yeah. Ti's running around there in thousand dollars worth of jewelry and they're looking at right then you go to with this man He has completed mental health course to get help in relation to the misconduct allegations penis out at work at work he's worked on I love I say words is a year Anita Baker Song I know you won't want she said that'll be nice keep listening he was a really good actor on this Thurs season star opening credits they're gonNA kill might do they might not even put him in the episode they might talk about him after so misunderstood they are so marginalized would you agree with you I do I think that you know African American to Oprah for doing that JAS popular yeah sure I mean they always donate L. A. Perry at thin that's the only person that's going higher doing the right thing like he's going to let therapists and all apprentice that's how he got his breakout he played easy the head of this nothing you can do he's working with a doctor in his hometown of New Orleans and they're still continuing to work together and hopefully get and working at Ha and a Netflix folks and all these folks you don- you can't run around they're touching all these white women and you can't run around em straight OUTTA COMPTON I didn't see that movie that movie was great after that wherever he's trying to get back on the scene this is the way you're supposed to do in lose all these committee you should listen to me US men we make mistakes don't bury us you still GonNa be you'll be up there smashing while we're in the cemetery Lee the largest endowment and the colleges history sounded US black folks are kicking some that we want to we want to yeah who's number hospitality I was staying there with some of my friends and family they won't let me do nothing they won't pay them nothing just generally love and keep moving trying to get somebody locked up okay Europeans and constantly ain't gonNA help because for their stomach GonNa hire you just an independent fell into why folks in the moment if you're driving city so you bet Ya have you ever had sex and clock yeah right it was a black woman it was his co star jared why here if these lady star bussing seconds in the is that's not pull this is out slap they ashes up okay banking I wish somebody would city you win right clearly one man pulled over this smashed in the heat of the moment passions how Komo grown woman the birthdays coming of God God bless you you're right there right not maybe you know you've got to be a newly which a man with the risk of getting caught you would good so you've got I seventy if you're over our no look and she said in her speech that she said she was really surprised world is great but he came in saw that's amazing really got answered what kind go to you like like in the call listen let's have sex in a car like right around the corner are you spontaneous like that windows let our kids even Amo may people smart baby I guarantee you bathroom and nobody is really saying what he did but he says don't believe what you read in the media we didn't read any aww man and he wanted to like smashing a certain moment just right then and there was out okay would you be pulled out and smashing what you said the lower your air my business today ask come out but yeah no that's all I have percentage says right now it's not so much anymore like when I was younger like in my twenties instead yeah not too much city if I call on you but you know what you know what that's a real women right this you didn't care Susan heated moment and they were smashing that's what I'm talking about Bobby would you have sex we're GONNA do a everybody of this type of had sex typing and if you haven't had sex in the cart as an adult I figure complete loser says correct going sex you're gonNA say but if you're saying he's GonNa ball over are we on the highway where are we I've had plenty of times okay pulled all we don't had sex with a car in the back seat since no classes fall below quick quick the single for a long time so you would have meant for Jacob rate and everything's working out as good as turning great little sexes Craig and he didn't say thanks joe his core passionate which your man he just pulled over on the side of the road a wants batch is that okay with you thank you using your man they have been uh-huh the sex of sx let's Giannis joke as she got caught twice what did the is pull right now this is like I mean I guess I'm not really Fanta Yeah because I'm not really a fan Eh there's no wrong comfortable accident ternal is yeah I guess what correct from five minutes I'm good let's do this all right I mean I would do it but I don't want to the darkly we're going I take the heat is going by him you gotTa tell me beforehand that's fast go on you know that's tournament aw come on the patches and I was with my lady and she said we pulled it over we have and pepper yeah we why can't we why can't you just work and this is the problem before we go back to you once you meditate I mean I am PDA's so I don't want to do too much I gotta take medication for Seo back you got you got you got was sending my medication on me because I can't have sex the public displays of affection a little a little hand he knew the in this you don't have to tell me down in the street come on will be sorely one it listen I I said to me honey I'm pulling noble take your medicine I wanNA smashed we'll come back with Iraq the like oh I don't like that uh-huh Woodrow with the other folks I try not to look like I just I'm like come on I look all the time when I see somebody Govan Yeah Yeah you guys and I love him private rob right lovely stop telling us where you done it on the train uh-huh Luneta my mind I wanNA thank you all add on a on a baseball at work going going because some other woman like Barbie they always say snort it I'll make it work fast you saying that US men take I mean if we have someplace to go why not we can you know be more like real quick the he said take your pills every time the card take a pill we can't be trustworthy but we out there creeping Oh my God you're man CEO pullover he academic otherwise he's going to cheat on me every anything and asked me do I have to do it for the fear that he goes Yes I'll be like nothing I kind of do it now they were right would that would have made in the Middle Street he's just getting his consider doesn't like that I just called the egg keeping all right Anthony when you build a certain way of like I don't WanNa do this let's go taught one time but I can't roll up there right now I think about the role I WANNA learn crew eighty oh my way somewhere that's Bush's somewhere they look right back make a trip on down to the grocery store and see what happens sitting city I was smashed into call one day in the Bronx in the backyard city that's how far down come on now you're gonNa tell me if your man is touching you the right way and I just want to train up so much train service respectively back to the car to Paul Anywhere my women wanted I gave it to us people come over and I know but you know not you know I would look at you committed read like this okay Labor a little kid they keep on smash and he bought smashing out size matters fifty three years old got a two year old it was sitting this is why this man sexually he's happy with his sexuality and he could smashed that's why he's a happily married man you have to have the baby's three thousand years old and he's continuing smashing on a regular basis why as you wouldn't do it it'd be a turn off right now because I'm getting worried like what if somebody's GonNa come dot Com Batman I do you WanNa do today all right hey better grabby lady nobody wants to it's 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God Bless, But God Damn

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1:57:54 hr | 1 year ago

God Bless, But God Damn

"Starving probably downtown people how we need to sound a little bit louder than you really are was on but there's a certain amount of fucking up that also is part of it. I like this idea that there's free wills and illusion and god is watching that ah because the choice on why did i do but that is like an old man watching a model train legally set up the model train set and then you watch it. Go around to exactly what you anticipated it would do and if it fucks up you fix like if if if the train makes its own decision vision you call that i fucked up making my model train my understanding is i read it in the past that science scientists generally have formed consensus that free will is allusion but if you think about that it doesn't help so for all intents and purposes it's not but but scientifically thickly it is which means that like. I think that means that astrology israel right. I mean it's the equivalent for sure yeah yeah 'cause. They like this yeah so so. I'm just a guy who was born in this house on this date and then my mom did this and then my dad added this and then the school i went to this happened and liquorice was in season and so here i am doing this podcast saying these words that i'm about to say there they go there. You go those words that i was already about to say little blue. That's so i mean. I guess that's what westworld was about. Maybe that was a. I thought it was a bag of shit. It was profound. Oh i just got it. The piano role <hes> should ring yeah. Dan ring flew off for the folks at home who applauded my ring. Fly off fucking in cells. They're everywhere. You're finding loves. The worst thing ever happen you. You'd think that magician like that's always how he reacts to people getting his allusions. It's like yeah. You just put that card. They're doc was a bad temperament for a magician. I think it's a bad temperament really i saw the inside of his apartment apartment wants. What am i will never trust magicians again. I was like whoa there's the trick yeah. What does a you being out in. Society is the prestige this is is. Was it a simple to self abuse and also you have a live in girlfriend who have courses your assistance at like like eh. If she stops being assisted there will be a new girlfriend and she will be assistant because the other one escaped and like like because because she unlike these dying doves in this cage who are just wondering am i next for the sleeve. If they're going to be a pixar movie like yellow feather doves like in this lightness apartment going like dude. You're going in the sleeve connects. You hear that phone call and that was his manager. You're going to toronto. You're going in the sleeve. Damn you're going in the fucking dove holster holster. You're not gonna make it. Holy shit blackness the the dark fucking horse. It was like just because i think when you're a magician you do have licensed to justify your apartment being caked in debris. You can go well. That's a bunch of magic newspaper. I can't throw that away. I might have to that. That's awesome spot uh-huh reiter goddamn don't not a magician and open mic magician god death dark. Mark is like okay for the clan to hate darkness only happens. If you're really yeah justifiable. Well okay so just understand. I'm not trying to gotcha journalism but i understood that your apartment was pretty messy. So how did this make an impact on you. I think we'll animals. Obviously is a huge step. No you're you're absolutely right. I mean i ended up up living in just as much filth as a magician. Oh so at the time you made that judgment. You had a better place. I had the privilege of being a college who was like basically still so living with a living a college kid. I was sure i was going from a dorm room to like oh. Hey can i crash in your attic and so i didn't have have enough stuff to be filthy right. I would definitely graduate to that very quickly. You're absolutely right. I said it was gotcha. It was no. I'm kidding. Sorry i just wanted to because i don't know it sounded like obviously like an sad animals in the mess. They make is definitely like a level above. I was just trying to understand because it sounded like wasn't necessarily the level of mass but then you're saying stuff that indicated it might have been anyway yeah. Have you like buffalo. Why did you go away. Yes yes what what made you. I was just again. I was like i was like bob dylan. I was trying to learn about i would. I don't know i would pick somebody up. Drive them to a gig. I i. i can't remember. I would like i. I was focusing on my comedy so i'm in it to win in it like the bids and i just wondered i i maybe i would pick. Maybe i was picking him up. Maybe maybe car was working on his wasn't. Maybe maybe maybe we were going to write a script together. I have no idea i can't remember but it is. It isn't but i mean yeah in terms of overall filth not as meaningful all as much as like these guys perform these fancy costumes and they have names like the great zander to a man. They don't live in like off. That's like immaculate and there's like <hes> oh my illusion chest. It's like it's just a fucking filth nest like because because how else are you going to learn to roll quarters on your knuckles. It's not by cleaning up. You have to sit unlike eat string jason like let the rapper fall out of your mouth they if you wanna get the jump on the other magicians that are like practicing just as much quarter rolling on the knuckles you you have to sit there and flip cards over and over again. You're going to watch colombo and collect mucus these tricks. You can learn these tricks. You don't need to like suffer practice. That shit manuals like gymnasts house has diarrhea all. Maybe you don't know any a good gymnast. Gymnast house has fucking emotional trauma all over it because they're eleven years old and they've been to their souls shattered because they have no oh agencies. He was supposed to have a workshop a magic shop yeah. That's what it would be in the columbo episode where the suspect was a magician welcome. I'm doing my lawf- my freight elevator and here's my guillotine trick and like because a production designer designed my nest like there's shit everywhere but the truth is is dirty people dirty people. I there was an high suicide rate too yeah yeah yeah there is a there was a there was there was a magician that worked at the same facet we his car was in the parking. Lot was very clear he was living in it legally in it was like he's still so like the three piece suits and ties but it was like then they get in this like dennis woodruff station wagon with a portal hanging off the back and like fucking bag a p and the handle. I love how we started up staying. We're all equal. Uh-huh by the time we were done like lousy fucking magicians i go into let's like let's like in a world where like it's like. I'm going to lie to people yeah. I wanna get better at that. I'm not dishonest enough us. I've got to get real. Good friend asked burger detective redirecting light. I'm gonna i'm gonna make you think this handkerchief is floating. Voting because god is real. I i'm not content to just be like check out the my fucking thing where they put these wires and i made this handkerchief again again like i mean god bless but god damn adam sandler that should be the title of the podcast blair breaks my heart to feel bad for a magician god damn that's like when you find out that shit about people at disney and they're like puking in the heads and there's catacombs underneath where they feel like they have to eat. This burrito really fast so i can get outside and do the business and you you like damned is yeah damn or like valerie is feeder all mashed up yeah. That's worth was working yeah. It's sad to find your like oh so beautiful jumping yeah. My feet are all purple should have to know what every every other profession goes through just to do the shit or you go like what a beautiful breed of dog yeah well. It's bread for fucking. I have to clean it sinuses out with a q. tip for it'll die overnight because someone in england thought their faces lipped adorable that way we that's bush face docket. It can't really breathe on its own needs a c. Pap machine asked me how i got. Its tail to curl. Dare you ah yeah thousands and thousands of years of a hot ion and then dangling it in well. I mean that's dogs in general like dogs are that's the ultimate dogs are the ultimate magician or like they're they're. They're they're they're like humankind's best friend and they're so oh emotionally attached to us and they're like so oh my god what a bond we have with you and then you like you open the hood on that and you're like oh god yeah it's because every single time one of your brothers or sisters disappointed caveman. They threw him on the fire. I and then the ones that were left. Were allowed to breed and it's just like now you got. All these different shaped feigen things like oh. This one's used a clean canons out in brunswick like it was bred for the deformity of its flip flip front arms and they can't get it gets more lung cancer than usual but boy can clean out a canon. It'll get those ferrets right out of your steals and first prize. Look at a trot like you know they have special muscles in the inside of their brow that makes them more expressive that wolves don't have wolves can only look like they're going to eat. You almost most identical d._n._a. With like dogs are just like looking thing. It's a different breed of canine since you said that when i listened to you talk. I try to not do that that my natural look at me like you're going to me. I think all people when somebody's talking to you they're like you'll be like yeah. Went got some beer and they're like oh. Oh yeah yeah what happened but since you have said that to me. I've been really conscious of like yeah. They were happening what you you're trying to look like a wolf or you. Try to dan. I don't always know what's going to happen but your conscious of your brown ooh cool for like thirteen years but one day i may have to bite well. Yeah i yeah i i am hard pressed to know like do i respect wolves more than dogs lately because wolves are like there. There's a documentary about <hes> compare the two and then they put the put the little treat under the cup and the wolves just like they know the company pie on it and they're like our wealth get get to cover fucking and then the dog will try for the company can't and then it stops looks at the nearest person because it's like confuse me but i did my best and it's like are we on the side of that or not is it. The shadowy caster is it. It's just crazy. It's like <hes> it's such a strange poetic relationship. It is it's great that we needed something and that something kind of also need us. It's weird when you're like dog walks over to you and puts its head on you. 'cause you're like oh man we get along and we don't speak the same language could've left a long time ago. You have changed your mind and bit my face off a long time ago and it's dope. It's kinda. It's kinda coolest thing that man did or women and did for each other thousands of years ago in the future. You're going to need a dog when i first moved into a new house. There was this moment that i never had with harvey where like he. He didn't really like he's not like. This is my house and it's ah for all he knows. I'm just like you know. Their dogs are just like. I'm sure they get a sense of like sort of like oh. This is my new borough. This is my new den but he's like he's like well. I'm with you. You're my man and i'm your dog and we're here together and i kind of like it just kind of organically happened that he and and i like walked the perimeter of my house together and he just there's no leash or anything it was sort of nighttime and he he he just fell into this behavior that was like and that i fell into. It just felt so right. It felt lifting a hammer or a gazelle femur like it was like i'm cinching primate and it would just had this like retriever at my hip yet. He just kept perfect pace with me and he kind of like it was as if he understood that what we were doing is. We were just sort of checking the perimeter. He is the something to swelled inside me. I think it's very notable though that like. I don't know what the numbers are like. Let's say fifty thousand years of dog domestication versus ten thousand years of cat infestation and i say that very affectionately as a former cat person they would as i just kick cats if you ask them. Are you domesticated. They would say no. Thank you very much sir. You're not a domesticated animal. I chosen to live among humans because it prophets me and and unlike dogs cats don't they come in some different shapes and furs and things but they're basically cats and when we go into outer-space we're going to bring dogs and cats and it it cats didn't kiss as much ass as dogs dead. There's still coming on the ark for sure and i find that kind of interesting because also what interesting humans love cats as much as they have dogs we maybe if you could quantify that that might not be true but like we we we will bring the get in the way that matters we will bring cat with us to outerspace if we survive and like like we love cats 'cause they're soft and they they react to us loving loving them and in like it's almost like dogs didn't have to go as far as they did. It's almost like we the as humans were like you know what you could have split the dip and we would have made it respected you more you could have dogs are like i figured it up. Whatever were you say boston ruling dial it back. This guy catches mice any purrs. That's it like he could shit where he wants. He sits in a box ax. How's that for fucking consideration. It's it's interesting because humans are very self loathing which is why we i think we reach out oh we every animal that we ever touched. I'm sure we tried to domesticate. We come across an elephant. We'd probably like oh. Can you have what is a pet and the answer is no you you can't 'cause they're smarter and they have graveyards. I dunno decaying can't have an elephant as you can't would've would've this elephant. I breed read it without avant. It's going to be still being an elephant and it's gonna be mad at you and step on you or at this ad and step on a stool and cry and then die and it'll remember it died and every all the elephants go a scientist. Oh god they're all sad and we'll all cry. Not a pet not a pet you. Can't you know we try ferrets. We try lizards. Everybody needs a carney in their life but we we because we we hate ourselves. We're not we're not what other animal species is so insecure that they're like anybody else modem party pretty fucking crazy like you're either eating some shit or scrape eaten you. That's the general rule in the animal yeah. There's some ants that milk some ed's. I get you and this copper bars laying down. There's some there's some birds. Eat the teeth right gotcha player. That's the interspecies opening line. Shark shark is going on between green a couple species this painter lays an egg egg looks like a fruit and the route makes or whatever but <hes> you know like only us our lake who wants to party yeah. I'm so alone wilson. Will we share food. Yeah we fucking will give up food. Yeah a big fucking deal to animals but then and only dogs are like shit. That's a human baby however actually oh shit. This is the thing i couldn't down okay so damn. We filled some time in my new house there. There is this species of bird. Oh very interesting. There's a couple of neighborhood cats and there's also this weird species of bird. I don't see a lot. They have like very long tails. They kind of look like surrey. What peach now it'd be cool the three things about that. I love your british. I love that you housing in the place. I moved. There's these birds with pico and then i was like sorry sorry peacock entirely. I'm sorry i just i hit the buzzer to earlier. You probably didn't move kazue where i used to live this peacocks and like the hills ranch property a and i drive down there just to jump up on a house to be like wait really seamy valley. I apologize sir the so it's not a crazy thing to be like peacock to me indicate. He thought you move somewhere really rich. Yeah okay like a really rural out in the outskirts of shadow hills and there's peacocks out there. Yeah okay all right. Maybe i don't mean to mock you. You didn't have all the information i needed to mock. You shouldn't have mocked you. That's what i mean. The delivery delivery did deserve mockery knows fine in my mind peacocks early early tigers only exist in liga country zoo or a foreign land. Yeah that's my own ignorance. Apparently like you'd think aqua he was moved to see xanadu anyways start looking birds that floated around float float flappy floppy float or they they they've bird color but green. They just shared drives by like they've slightly longer tail. Oh feathers the picture like a sparrow but then take its tail feathers and like make them like <hes> the length of extra sparrow so just like it's like like a little baby road runner like not the cartoon style but like anyways but they're all over my house and they're very like they're. They're the uh goddamn the day so there's this neighborhood cats and like if the cat comes in my yard. I'm like oh kyu kinney neighborhood camp. Maybe i'll give it a bull milk one day yousaf like maybe if they catch me in the right time uh give him a heath fishbone but no sooner than i'm thinking that fucking things dive bomb this cat good the birds. Those birds are everywhere all over my yard. They don't fuck with humans. They're constantly like fly the fly low. They're not like they don't. I've never felt threatened by them. I've been impressed by their <hes>. They're kind of like. I don't know what you'd call. It like. Their airspace is very very top gun like like oh hello sailor like their sailors sailors. The marines don't swim as much as the navy. It's true so fuck you for thinking. Hey look there's room for among the armed forces. There could be sailors that fly. You don't know their ships. They go up and plays. They're out in boats to find some of those places right. You're in the air force still but you're also sailor on the navy. Thank you and fuck everyone especially you peacock man. How dare you think i had peacocks. Dan yeah yeah yes. Yes british fan cook anyways because michael. It's i just find that remarkable because i was thinking about. I'm like these fucking things okay. I know there wasn't doing anything. It was definitely not like looking to rumble well. It was like sunning itself and these birds one and then to started going through and they were like the cat was like fuck you you like it was not gleaming alone. I'll move then and the birds were like i said fuck you and the cat was like fuck man and i was like wow it was like holy shit. I've never seen this. These birds are warring on this cat like honey. Come look at this and it was like moving from windows or why should they will leave this fucker alone. He's running is like at this point. He is now. Definitely the victim like wasn't before he's just like. I'm a i'm only born a cat like i've done nothing to any of you. You and they were just like fuck. You don't like the shape of your body and and i just thought i was crazy because thought about it was like but they never fuck with with me. I recognize that bird. They don't do that to me. I'm in the backyard in my pool around running around like they've obviously got some instinct to protect their nassar their grounds on four hundred birds a year one cat it they spread out and they'll kill fucking four houses full like in that region humanity cat cats are that scouser the short of the minus fear whereas humans are not facts to the contrary. They is like this species of no species. She's a bird that lives in a city would survive if their behavior included ever fucking guy mowing his lawn because you would immediately go that that there's a vampire bird open seasonally you hear them hit. Bekker's earn back again. They'd be extinct immediate. They are they are dr. Don't live to tell the tale. There's no such thing as that species. I just find that kind of fascinated the key and tumbler mechanism but also did you know crows are are. Did you hear that episode of the g. Show oh yeah. I'll let crows now. You know you know about the the drop the nuts in the street and they you know we. We've all heard that that one that'll trope. They dropped pennies on the train tracks but they like recognize faces. They say yeah i bet they do. That's why don't don't be mean to cross they'll. They'll like glowing. They're they're. They're higher tech like they're the it's not good enough for a crow to be either scared of humans or have an affinity toward them. I thought we were going to die earlier. About the time we die about twenty minutes ago through the crack in that kurt and i saw steve levy just standing there cracking knuckles so made me reach for my phone and i was like but i think it's like oh that is like a species of bird that we deem as ugly and kind of like parasitic acidic or what would you call it infest use. Is that a word like like. We don't look. We look at crows as being like they don't. They don't deserve the avian titles author like varmints but precisely because of that probably they have developed like a keener relationship with their human in colleagues like it doesn't pay to be a crow and look at all humans as one thing or another it it it definitely you reproduce more as a crow if you can tell the difference between the little girl that brings you of worms and end the cranky old man that has a b._b. Gun and it's like the only the d._n._a. Past for it so you have this like super intelligence among this mangy bird. I fuck of crows yeah. That's the thing people people love. Crows people feel like roses super smart. Some people don't like the crows because like upper-middle-class in the birds situation so they're sitting pretty because they they can take on like a hawk like they will fuck a hawk up a group of them but they also eat an egg out of a sparrow's nest so like an sparrows can't really no matter how many sparrows -gether can't really take on a crow so it's tense and they have funerals apparently yeah if a crow is dead the other crows will gather around and they'll observe the dead crow but it's not just out of some elephant like nostalgia. They don't all be sad. Fact idiot bleeding-heart elephants ooh so an elephant and i'm so sad. Let's have a wake. The crows are apparently like gathered around the dead crow for practical purpose. They're like praising what happened to this dead. It's really more of an autopsy. It's an autopsy. It's a yeah everyone that dies should have in a proper society in august attack socialized autopsies yeah no. I thought that was interesting. I don't know cruiser. Just i wish crows would be my friends. Does that make sense. You could train across. You got a baby crowed. You could take it up off the streets yeah they actually are. I mean no one wants to be like a bird pet owner but like crows are especially pretty bad to keep cheapest pets. Apparently i mean just just they're messy but they are smart like they'll. They'll be but anytime. I see a crow just like i wish i could just like say to that crow like hey hey man shoot some water or something i bought a frisbee and a bottle of water to keep it in my car so if i see a hawk crow like put out like a byrd bath of water grow a sexy crow like fish nets they give me a bigger. Hey girl take a beat when it gets hot. You know they kind of open their mouth and they look like they're panting or whatever and it seems really uncomfortable and it's like man. That's i also went to the store to try and buy a crow feed but cros. Don't really eat feed so i don't know i guess i get still french. Fries crows will still french fries. If you didn't know you fucking anything you you get squirrel awesome kind of like. I mean that's why they don't live in the city and you got crows in your backyard. They can be super fucking annoying their their their got a pretty there. The german of bird language is that is that is not a a ah call designed to seduce anyone. It's defined thing that coyotes do which is one crow will make a bunch of noise to make other crows that it doesn't even notice fuck shit up but their call is a little more intricate. That's probably why it sounds a little uglier too because it's more function over form like german strengthen hosing logan vrgin awful the the pantyhose and german. That's the only word i know it's a big internet. I can say pantyhose and a lot of different languages. That's what you learn learn at the medicine but also that they they mimic birds. They're just not famous for it. The way parrots it's are they can choose to sound like other birds. They just no one pays for the shit gig. I'm not gonna. I'm not your fucking can bridge little dan branson missouri bird. I'm not gonna fucking like play fiddle for you. Wear rhinestones fuck again. I'm on the streets bitch peacock move. This place braves red picot. Sorry what i'm sorry peacock elevate guy yeah ah yeah i love just enough. Boost guy is that don't peak accent cats peacocks garlic yeah. It's a really bad sound yeah. It's awful yeah brandon's recoiling. Did you imagine if that the cat was fucking being chased by two making the same concept what of accurate chasing a cat and two of those long tailed birds that aren't peacocks really again the neighborhood they're like i don't know they sound on fox folks. Did you know that wales brandon that they might be able to communicate communicate their feelings with their echo-location that that humid observers detect pods of whales with a couple of sick wheels in it and the the we we we suspect it's possible that the the whale song in a pot of whales it there so there's song so affects each other that if there's a couple of sick wales sales in a pod that their whole song becomes we are sick you so this sort of tease the sick whale <music> they really feel to be it. Just get rid of the blue suit to just gonna go beach each myself and that would be an equally me valid explanation of that but we wouldn't no. We wouldn't assume that they were like us. Yeah we listened to me and dan listen to this podcast on radio lab and it was a contest and test about animal intelligence is is and the slime mold wine which is bullshit what they're not smart or just deficient like a robots not smart the dow like yeah like what's your i mean that's the question they asked at the beginning of how would you measure animal intelligence. How would you measure it if a dog like robert krulwich said he used the example of a snow fox being able to detect a mouse and dive down to me is not intelligence again. Well we redefine intelligence by lake yeah. That's that kind of raises that question. It's like well. What are we doing with so goddamn smart math cities there you go oh yeah but we're are. Aren't we doing those things by instinct and also which one of us can do those things. We're not. We're we just those in cities love reset it like to reject during the apocalypse nocholas do math don't kill me and my boy here. He's city those cities. We should get excellence. He's a practice we should get access to water because my you guys are like oh my bed drily. This building should be eleven buildings high which means seven buildings high plus two buildings high knowing aggression you because i invented math. No one else has math book sounds like would eleven is. They're very good at it but we're still recused the gary sinise that episodes weird they were like it was a live event and so people were leaning really hard into trying to perform not like pleading their case but i found it pretty unsatisfying as a result you know i thought it was an interesting blend of that and some information you judge an animal's intelligence by its ability to unscrew lid yeah see exactly. That's what i mean. It's like octopus fucking getting the thing and then put it over itself like that's smart leg. The wale lady was like oh it might be the case that wales feel feelings because when they echo locate to communicate with the deep south it actually hits them in the face and so it's a physical sensation that they're feeling and so it's like if you're actually punched in the face by sadness rather than just receiving living sadness and that's not that's not put yourself into a cup. That's not learning to read a book artists. Does i mean mother. Fucking chicken can beat to a tic tac toe that they talked about that. They talked about that holy shit. I don't now true sorry. The chickens are actually the dumbest animal the what that chicken beat p._b. He did i mean that guy was kind of funny right because he brought the chickens out and he was going to subverting the whole thing. Well yeah see to me. It's like they say a._o._l. We're gonna do a contest about animal intelligence and here's four people that are going to do three minutes of weird. Stand up like it's like well. Let's talk about we do. There's probably probably room for both but anyway. I think i'm just forty six and i'm like now. I'm like n._p._r. And you're like good. Jim is the worlds on fire and downsizing. It's fucking listen to the big band music and tommy dorsey blowing blowing bubbles. They don't want to say not see too. Many times in an hour would upset me or bones yeah. I think i just specifically have a vendetta against like that radio lab style of humor. I don't know something about a really great greats me. Did you ever hear the radio lab where they a fucking legwork. Role accidentally fucking catastrophically triggered like this like indigenous dude they that pissed me off but but i was like yeah okay so let's talk about there is a guy who was talking about how in his village or city or whatever there was this a a phenomenon that he almost invested with supernatural weight to it because it's like this like yellow detrick a yellow dust kind of came down or something some color of dust descended and they're like thought it was like a myth or like it was like a secret alien nine alien but they're like oh. It's like the government or it's like aliens or ghosts or something and then he's like america doing weird experiments and he got really mad right was that you're talking about yeah. But are you sure that specifically was the paradigm a 'cause. I thought i remembered it as like they were convinced. It was government experiments. It's red fungus or something yeah and so then they got really offended at the idea like yeah. We've struggled so hard and it's been so hard and you just don't understand hand that but it's like no you don't understand the government sucks and also this was just moss like i'm sorry. The government still sucks. I'm not saying they're great yeah. No it was just crazy. I was it was crazy to listen to basically what he was saying was our people have suffered from this incredible dust that the united states put on and these guys were like two bunkers who were like hey that was pollen fungus share your people have been the victim of like exploitation or whatever development or whatever but this yellow shit that comes down is actually just a natural thing and the it was like it was it was it was it was magnified by the fact that there was a young woman that was translating for like this elder just speaking in his native language and she was translating farm and it was just it was crazy here like it was really i mean it was one of those things there's like. I was really glad i heard it because it was so like it was like a train wreck but there was something healthy about it. I don't know it was like because it it was it was n._p._r. Guys that were just like oh by the way we do a science show and n._p._r. And this is just shit falling down and then the guys like who i don't want to do an impression of fucking indigenous goal so he's a he's speaking indigenous language and she's translating and it's like you you can hear his timber changing and then she's translating and she's going like but you don't understand the thing is is this and then recruit crow which is like yeah but it was just like the fungus and our expectation levels starts going up so you can't understand what he's saying but she's matching his level and she's translating them in real time and she's in tears yeah. She starts going like but but you don't like how can you do this to us. How can you after everything you've done and then you bring us in here and the whole time you hear him underneath saying things you don't understand with mounting and mounting and his he's he he's the baseline and she's the treble and they're both going wake up and up and up and robert krulwich doesn't strike me as a guy who's ever been in the business of confrontation and so he's just like oops and end jet rats like maybe there's a way to was it was fucking like deep respect that they aired it that they fucking that they have like. Here's a crazy fucking thing we got into where which is like. We didn't mean to offend but it was like no heroes. No villains just like crazy four way intersection of culture humanity like like like. I don't know it was it was it was i mean one thing is for sure. You get hypnotized driving to work. You're listening to radio lab and then all of a sudden some shit like that goes down and you're like whoa god damn doing to pull my car over should call in late to work like joining drive over to n._p._r. Do they need help. Drive lee moment and i do respect that because i waiting with jessica league we would there was more than a couple of times whereas like shit would hit the fan and like i would sound like a fucking pompous ass asan leg i step out of the booth and go foof that was visceral and then you got the engineering. You edit anything out no because you can't like dome lately igli glitz. What are we doing this for. Then that would be fucking dumb like okay so i threw a tantrum and like <unk> air gotta do it gotta do it the shadow box otherwise otherwise you pay yourself to fucking talking to a microphone i respected that they're like they got caught in that fucking sand trap and they were like this is uncomfortable. This isn't a it's also faster. If you double down in a way that's like our man. I was also shocked by the things that came out of my mouth versus. This lake what we do is we kind of run and i think now if you can get there faster than your critics and go shit i was trying. I said some shit fucked up and you would do if you've been talking for forty eight minutes straight because we all would like i think after we all got about fifteen minutes with a charming toothless in like thirty minutes start being like yeah. My dad was just drank too much. I don't know anyway we're here. Let's cut the cake but it just the thing. I talked with dunkin' babbling endlessly about but it was it had to do that. Free will thing because it's like it is weird how our culture and by our culture i. I genuinely mean like i think basically the entire human species culture like we seem to have it in for ourselves in that we do not want to reward the changing of the mind we have an inherent suspicion and probably for howard's because there's this thing called sociopaths that that like like if you if there's absolutely if you hold nothing sacred and you can just feel however express whatever you need to express to get through whatever gates you need to get through genuine new in danger to the rest of society we are held in place by the fact that hey i choose not to be a criminal today. It's not because there's a cop watching me every second. It's it's. It's like i've there. I might not encounter a cop the entire day and still obey the law. Why because i have decided that i am a law-abiding citizen. How do you do that. Oh brandon now mandal to the <hes> the the but it's it is it is weird how much we punish the changing of the mind. Ah i don't trust you now because you said you felt a different way yesterday. The weird thing about that is that we are all you have outside of the changing. The changing is the only thing like whether we say free will is an illusion or not a it. It still arguably. That's all there is to who you really are. Everything else is shit outside your control even within a model where you have no control over your choices flank. This over here is still arguably. The only thing worth paying attention to this moved today to yesterday like all this other shit is like well. This guy woke oh cup on monday and he said i'm proud to be white and he spent seventy years saying that. It's like well. That's obviously worth nothing because it never changed and so ah we put we punish the change it we kind of like we regard it. We want it to happen but we don't want to. David bowie did it. Uh i don't do too much because i want to be a kardashian yano. Don't be the empty don't reveal yourself to be virtue. Signaling which means means that you you just do whatever you go where the wind blows and like he would just have all these opinions about when you're allowed to change your mind and what what what what like basis you're using to change how you think and yet that's all you possibly could be in throughout. Your life is like how you change. I want my money back from being human i mean i wish i could be a raccoon raccoons. There's no coons rumbling ambling each other like hey man. You've you a different kind of garbage yesterday but they do sniff each other's but for that reason so there is there is some evolutionary evolutionary shit to change. You told me all about the but sniffen yeah with the dogs. I know he's got a whole thing about the law. It's the thing or did use to larry. I have been at that. I'm a genius go off now. That's the counter to ask queen salt pepper fucking king spill the spill the power aid now. What's that gospel priest <hes> they use it to figure out what the other dog has been eating where it's been going where it's been fucking around with that. They sort of use it like a like. It's a cheap g._p._s. because your whole whole your butthole holds all the information about where you've been the poop. It's their wallet. It's there. It's the shoes they're wearing. It's like a dog. A dog from from uptown is going to have a totally different assholes than a dog from downtown and a dog from uptown like damn gonna high protein diet unlike wolves. Olds are like oh shit. There's a lot of protein in your asshole. You're not you're not eating a bunch of grass. You're not sick wolf. You've been your downing a lot of mammoth or pig. <hes> i'm gonna roll with you because you've got protein dispute like people who hunt with you and up with protein yeah yeah a skill and you thought that was a little disappointing because you're like they're capitalists. You know that they're not but i thought it was a little actually uplifting lifting. I want to go back to the choice thing. Because it's super interesting is that you can buy certain cars. You can buy a colors but on high end cars. You can get forty colours right so i think i think choice is is a huge thing that gets used against us and that the execution of choice is offensive to people. Who do you think you are to make. That choice is really what we're all. Fighting to do is get to a position where we can choose every hour of the day but there's a big scam going on right like like the man is laughing all the way to the bank yes if poor people and and like like the less we change our minds box. You can't right right because because who wants a bunch of poor people like waking up every day and check in take an inventory and going like how do i feel. Fill your decision today. Is it taco tuesday. No fuck you. It's not even tuesday. Oh shit a wool yelich so there's an honor mean like america area fifty one washington. I like in general society and by the way we live in a society and that is the scam that big con is like don't fucking. Tell me you feel differently today. Don't oh come at me talking about like you. Were you felt one way today and you've asked women talk feminizing that we we sail women are intuitive if they were mercurial week. We tell them at the same time you're weak. That's why you can't be in charge of shit because you'll change your mind. Two months ago. Shopping takes forever to choose something off the shelf onto the claim the man if the man is listening. I'm onto your shit. Changed changed my mind every fucking day. It's going to be the fucking kiss of mines yeah. They kind of stuff to the same thing. Basically i'm going to be the david bowie of mines ryan's but like faster though i'm not going to like take seven years and then be like look now into suits. I'm gonna i'm gonna be the rupaul. Olive minds the member you to be the christine brinkley billie joe. I'm going to be the christie three minds early irish risch angry jewish. I'm a fat fast forward billy joel where i'm like surprise. I'm not i'm not. I'm not going to hit you talking last night at the party. Now i love you and i'm keeping the faith like but i'm not going to take four years to get there. I'm gonna be like i'm gonna punch you. I love you. I'm a drone. I we were talking about billy joy. He bedded added christie brinkley and then he was like he was so. I started off like i agree my. I'm i'm an irishman jewish but irish singing man and then he got a little last night at the u. Lipping off your head to be a fucking bitch but you didn't know this morning. I pay the rent went up town. She's got that i think i'm i'm gonna gave her a pussy. Look around the world. Every alberta word cool in pocketing the pepsi do purdue days weren't always good and tomorrow's not as bad. How does it seems that that's fucking liberal talk before he was. He was all the way mega like what happened to the fuck. Fuck fuck in chinese. I got a problem with you win. I don't mind playing the piano with my foot. I'm racist grease in my hair. If you got a problem you could take up on ball to do glad you won't some grease in my hair. Maybe i don't love wheaties. Co-manager weeded start the fire. He's just like no burning bras mine. Everybody remembers all the burger wars pepsi coke and he's hanging out talking about he's. He's like gas so great. Everything so great got that busey so great britain ex wife. First wife looked at kristie brickley now. This is my wife. Wife wife divorced but i'm very trained they break. You cannot blow me by the time she lived me. My dick didn't work anymore. I still win. I'm gonna be on american idol title nine hundred songs we didn't. We can't top that but we blew it. We could've ended on high so i have you seen these videos of billy. Joel losing it and like throw in shit and kicking stuff was that or no onstage like he has these. He's had these on-stage tantrums where he like so you've seen him. Does he think he like puts his foot through someone's drum and yeah. He got really mad at a soundcheck. It was like fuck this but he was on stage brings up to a concert. He knows his ban would be like if somebody had a microphone here. They give you that stuff that he caught peacock. Stop that can't be that amplified. I wanna see some eh branly spring geyser boop boop boop boop boop the boop boop boop. Spin doctors are like chicago. We're famous camaraderie buddy come on. Would you poo poo poo. Poo pinpoint major says spin-doctors in doctors on a good concert. I'm gonna get the first row and bring a harmonica. That would give a fuck. Who's on stage like oh look. It's tyrese gibson from the fast and furious movies so we all have you to do billy joel doe yes ticking. We now just put it up on. The screen throws his piano. Doesn't he chose keyboard. I just i can't think of the actual move is but to me it was like just just incredibly credibly violent hit someone but like everything was doing to me just just smacked of violence and i was like yeah they a punch to violence. <hes> let there be no mistaking where we're going yeah. It was lack lack to violence the one thing that sticks in my head about billy joel supposedly. Maybe it's apocryphal. I don't know but supposedly he's the one guy that never gave a weird al permission to parody him or wooden tracks weird did that science all billy joel to me and in a hand billy joel was like historically. It was like thumbs down whereas madonna's like yeah like a surgeon i mean i think like a virgin's a little edgier but i'm not sure what you're parodying. At this point. You're kind of taking the edge off of my work. A seems non satirical like a surgeon so billy jo come on man. You're right for it ripe for ridicule but it didn't want it cut into that. Don't weird weird. Defy me oh. I'm not weird. You're weird made that made weird al bootleg. Oh billy joel don't you try to make nasons anywhere to put some grease cinta cracker jack. I can put a student baker on my shoe. Who is the lamest version. Just change up down to downtown douse the dow off the cracker. Jack were gotta get tar in a six string hair got the power me on the oh backed st stare dot care and when she comes with my green side doc got cats and dogs and win. She's sneezes not laying ah she'll see. I'm not so tough. Jessica boxes snuff. I'm dandruff fed on top top. Gone on top gun made it in that we're going to end the show audiences like okay. We'll clap. I got work. I got work. It's it's the end of the show. Everybody brandon johnson the comptroller for tonight. Gentlemen that has been harmon town at the lovely downtown dynasty kita <music> dan harmon mckeever reconsider <music> sura spent cran. Oh shame music podcast network.

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French Spencer

Harmontown

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French Spencer

"Where am I. Harvest's Elmes and gentlemen, I hope you are too. How lucky are all make some noise? Soak it to see here. To the states, the most wonderful the incomparable Spencer Kriton didn't. The bed of moment king a rule, soccer, makeup breakout. You know, Dan Harmon, let's call the mayor of Harmon, town hall. Thank you. Pain. From the bottom of my heart. I wanna. Thank you. I wanna. Thank you. You've been so good. Shimmy have gratitude. We're not was just a little boy. I couldn't thank anyone for a toy. So my rhymes were weak. But then my mom took a peek down my diaper. And she saw. Dan. A Sherman tank. Incest. Jamil. Okay. Knowing winded take the art away. As Donald Sutherland, says, six degrees of separation. I got one of those zits right in the crease of my nose. Notice what is skin thinking, what a, what. How hard I know I already know the answer. I know the answer. There's no God is the answer. It was. What we have a. We arrived at over billions of years of improv like otherwise, someone would say, I think I can figure out a better way to coat a gingerbread, man in like latex, you know, like we wouldn't have to have fucking like systems of CBA men. Ingrown EPA do MRs like same and all topped off with, you know, there's a, there's all the most important part of your skin. The fact that covered completely covered every square centimeter of it in microscopic flora and at a little fauna and. Because if it weren't there, then there's all these things in the air that would land and they would go like set up shop here. You are protected every minute of every day by the fact that you are infested by a beastie that live in harmony with you. Life is prison. It's a prison cell. There's a lot of people in the cell with us through you're, you're alive because you're a bitch. Traded your integrity. See another day behind bars. You could have gone out a man. I know I selling them quoting a movie or something a movie about a guy who goes to prison and has to choose between dying brave and living cowardly. It was really professor. I got. I got a new phone case real big. Okay. Got what made is up magnet instead of thing. It's just a magnet. What? What made you replace it? I'm just gonna new phone and I gotta get the new case for the new phone. You know, this is does that one take those three d. pictures. Yeah, the animal geez. No, no. I've been seeing on Facebook. There's these three eighty photos of dogs ceiling, scrolling through Facebook, and then they'll be this three dogs staring right at three thirty. You know and it's like we'll photos aren't in three d. this is crazy, and it's just this big old dog staring right at you. Coming out of the screen. Oh, coming right out. Yeah, it's weird. You don't because it doesn't look like it will work, but like the Pera lacks of the screen and the photo movement as you scroll through it, it has the sweared three d. effect to it. But I thought it was some iphone thing, and maybe it's not. I wouldn't know. Yeah, not plugged in me neither. I used to know all used to work at apple. You snow all the apple stuff. Now it's like just sad. Whenever I show people my my my phone case, they they go. So it's like a wallet credit cards in there and stuff. I do you cash and all that stuff. And then they always every single person. They always want only. This is just like some weird human instinct. They they go. So he's, you know, don't don't you think that's a little dangerous because now if you lose one thing, you lose everything. Well, you just think about what your brain is doing right now. Like you're, you're. You're, you're, you're you're, you're holding vigil over a society, an ideal society where we aerosol our property to, to the extent that all of its expendable. What are you talking about? Everyone's got like four things in their pocket. If you lose any of them, you're fucked. Nobody wants to lose any of them. You don't wanna lose your t.'s, your phone or your wallet. So why the fuck? Yeah, no shit. If I lose one thing, I'm fucked. Why would you it's what is that instinct that we have? If you think about it, you're kind of fucked. I'm not. I'm not where fucked than you. I have one thing to remember and one thing that fucks me and you have four things to remember each one fucks you a quarter. Who cares. What does this quibbling your nonsense person? You should be ashamed of yourself. Here's here's something that you lost your shame. Dylan, a big case for that so that when you lose it, you know. I should've put a hubcap on that shit. It's been God since the seventies. I would. I would buy shame case. I don't need no shame case. So if that were true, you'd be like you wouldn't push it in your house because people would say the same shit you like now all the chance in your house fucking skull, who what are you get your whole brain in one skull. What do you. Just the two eyeballs then. So the both necessary for depth perception. Yeah, I wouldn't pay increase. What are the woo Hoo. Who are you? Are you an aunt is, are you an insect person here to like really very much Euler? Are you. Your identity is into isn't sprayed in Wyden of cone for me to give you a license to be safe. I don't like about that critique is fundamentally relies on someone essentially explaining to you what it means for things to be grouped together. It's like, yeah, no, those things are together. That's a good point. The same way as if I'm wearing a watch in my arm gets cut off. I'd have lost my watch because those things are to gather or if my head was cut off Mike glasses, they'd also be off my body because these things are to gather. My head hair would also be off my body being with the thing that was removed from because they're together. That's what that means. So I mean, on the one hand, it's bullying you, but on the other hand, it's like, hey, what do you think it means when stuff is associated with other stuff? Let me break this thing down to you. That's what it really is. That's being like being like, empathic going like, well, what's really happening in their brain. They're trying to connect right there like I know what things are when their next to each other, their next to. Each other. Right? They're just saying something right, that's this. It doesn't make me less pissed, but I think I'm growing because instead of just getting pissed, I'm getting pissed and having the thought, which is anytime someone says something that pisses me off. It's just they had a thought and they're like, oh, I want to share this thought and they did it, and they didn't think about the ramifications of that action how much it would piss me off. But they were just so excited that they said, whatever dumb fucking shit that they did before passing it through a filter. And I'm still fucking pissed. But recognizing that feels so that growth. Know. That's just free association. That wasn't me trying to play my situation to yours. I'm not trying to be. Don't get me wrong. Okay, right. That's part was a setback. But yeah. Yeah, I was just in a trance. I mean, and then and then you know, I, I think you and I both say that also. Well, it's these, this other person who maybe they, maybe they're just they're, they're, they're little Honda. Generator runs runs a little faster. It's what it's got less CC's I don't. I don't know what the metaphor would be like because it doesn't do any good to be because the reason we're mad. Okay. Let me start over. The reason we're mad when it happens is because it's not fair because we feel anguish and anxiety and Shane, right? Or isn't that, isn't that what you get mad when cuts you off on the freeway? Really, it's not. It's not like I mean, if if they almost kill you. There's adrenaline and there's holy shit. If anything, usually when it's a really close call, you actually kind of feel a sense of elation and don't remember the other person exists until a couple seconds later. But. Pisses you off about the lack of consideration in all. It doesn't. It isn't the root of that hair. It's not fair because I put myself through so much in order to not be that person and that person isn't even doing it. And I, yeah, to me. I mean, it sounds like the same feeling, but to me, it's like how dare you even assume I haven't put that work in. I'm putting all the fucking working. You put the work in and realize I put the work in and shut the fuck up because it's like I'm trying over here. What are you doing yelling at me for you think I'm not trying your fucking blind shut up. Not like blind blind, you can't see. Yeah. It's good. I live with it. How are you guys to. I guess there is that is. You're mad because they're, they're insulting you right to me. It just feels like, yeah, I'm smart. I know this stuff. Are you like? It just feels like they're trying to like, pretend I don't know this stuff that's like, yeah, no fucking shit. Things are next to each other, but and maybe maybe I'm just kind of maybe. Are we supposed to then? 'cause I'm sure when we're talking, I'm sure constantly you say something and then I say something back that you knew I was gonna say, and then I and the and that I knew that you knew already. That's like we're just like hitting the thing, but I, there's categories of doing that that the piss off, like I think like two zebras scientists can probably make small talk and go like a new zebra in the paddock. And then and then the other ones says like, hope this one doesn't get herpes like because the zebras keep getting hurt these in the paddock. You're not supposed to know. I'm filling this in as we go. It's a non linear. It's a, it's a Showtime, original. This show. The, but, but but kind of the guy, the zebra expert wanted him to say that because he's, he didn't want to have to say there's a new zero in the paddock. And now I'd like to talk about the last one getting herpes. He doesn't want that burden. He wants to be able to actually just like bump the shuttlecock Cup a near the net, right? We have this agreement that we're going to talk about things that two people will talk about mutually, not not anything in the history that we can't relate on, not any future dreams that we, we can't really jumping on. We as people have this contract where we're like we're friends because you know win to change the subject, right? The timing and the person that you don't like is a person who doesn't know when to change the subject. That's like the most basic part of friendship is like your friends with the kid that you're friends with from six years old on, because every time you brought up pace fucker was like pay. Like like paste and you're like, yeah, fuck paste like that's the grand tracked. So we get really frustrated with people when it looks like they're trying to slime us or cheat on the fucking contract and not putting a lot of thought and what you're gonna say it's cheating on the contract and we try to do this shit. Right. So get pissed we get insecure where like, wait a second. I might be fucked being fucked. Being fucked. You where he was supposed to bring up the Green Bay Packers right. I said, man who love Wisconsin, and you've looked at me talking about delicious. Sometimes that's called an emotional bid, right? Yes. I was like the first thing I learned in couples therapy, emotional bids which actually I have to say, I hope coat. He doesn't listen to this because I have to cop the fact that lately. Well, she understands. I apologized today. I've been buried in my laptop like I'm kinda hiding from some shit and like I'm hiding from shit next to her and I'm using my laptop and we, we love each other and stuff, but Nevertheless I have I'm looking at the last week and I have not been matching emotional bids. Emotional bids are just anything. It's the pixel of relationship communication. We've I've that that was the first thing because it was like, oh, if someone says, look out the window at the St Louis arch while you're driving Saint Louis arch or God you you. I hate it. Don't make me look at stuff. I like like like. Every time someone makes me look at something I, there's a transaction happening. I'm like, I'm like all kinds of fucking horrible shit circuit boards that were designed to be mounted in defense satellites in an era that is by gone. This equipment is not needed anymore. It is only hurtful and, but it's like the numbers I'm crunching, hey, look at this thing on my phone. Just like like one little of my brain going like you just made me look at something that's cool. It is. No, you fucking cop. I'm sorry. But you're not supposed to. It's it's an emotional bid. If it's even if it seems few tiles somebody's saying like, it's like small talkies stuff for whatever the look at that. Look at this look at that it's somebody checking in and saying, are you with me like what's more than holding hands already a hand? Like what? If anything, you're. If anything, you're you're taking two hands off the grid. You're actually you actually downgrading half of each of your hands supply. It's certainly not practical. It's definitely not. Edifying. Doesn't like teach. You knew things about your hand. And yet we definitely do it. We do eighty five year old. People do it in our in our dream of how we'd like to go out. And I think most of us me man. Shut up poly-amorous. Paul. You know, you don't like about PP is like his partners ain't shit. Just I don't like lugubrious. He is. I like my poly Ameri to be a little more a little more to it. Right. Put on one or two rape down. Well, my poly-amorous should be read the script for you. Why? All. You know, we let you come to these shows and we might you. Yes, so wow. Yes, so that you should be grateful PP. I have sex with multiple partners. What's your hang on while you hung up about told you? We don't give about that part. It's your dick. Brag about bro. We saw you come in with three different people. I'm I'm dick bro. How many people did you fuck and your last relationship. Number. One do. Go back to Kansas TOTO. Now ask me. How many don't count, bro? Count the number don't mean anything sky's the limit. I'm the limit. Paul's the limit. I'm not taking that shit from a do dress, a three piece corduroy suit, no shirt. Fucking freak bro. Freak and the people you row with or not beautiful poly-amorous. Just body shame my entourage. It's not just the bodies. The face, the fingernails, though situation you're supposed to be able to get like he j. excuse me. Hi, Paul's girlfriend, alpha three. Yes. My point exactly. But you can just call me Paul's girlfriend because we don't count. We do what we do. Okay. We do Polly style. He makes you say that now is. You also, why did we might you do. I think we need to talk about how you just threw shade and tea and lemonade on my body. I am the way I am. I'm and beautiful. I'm I'm, I'm, I'm Paul's girlfriend. One of them. I'm. I'm just saying if Paul is going to, you know if he's going to put together a bow k. there should be maybe some more flowers, a lot less weeds. Oh, damn. Excuse me. I. Lee. Winnipeg. I am a PHD in college. And I am currently a copulating with Paul. Whenever we feel like is no big deal. And I cured. And I feel beautiful on the inside and I'm hearing a work visa and your country is what's ugly to me. Because very hard to get this work visa and I had aids. I have to throw away. I throw away now I throw away those are cure for aids, cure for aids. Well, okay, throw it away. I throw away my name's Neely. Tag, what. That's the kind of trash talking about somebody's with you. Double p. she's got the cure for aids, and she's at the dynasty, hang out. Oh, you back on me now that you went through, you went through my Koop back with the rooster. Does that tell you what I may be poly-amorous I'm also misogynists. I I right to tear you at your entourage down, right, right. By some cook code that you made. Snowflake. What do you think girls you like you like the idea of existing within a small self contained hierarchy with the man at the top that thinks you're all bitches. Oh, we aches. Sound sounds like the customer. Wait, why am I French now. You are customers right. Hey, man. Look, thanks for coming by. All right, always good to see. But look seriously. I only come here for the parts of the show where you talk to me anyway. I was going to leave my segments over. Wow. Yeah, paulie EM or is out multiple times. I leave it multiple times. Wow, probably ever ball. Oh. I'm not fucking with that dude harm and not don't like him. I don't like either. So look briefs. You should invite us up into the concept of sleeping with multiple people. You should make an ad for it shouldn't be like clothes want to use. You'd be like, why is that guy smiling all the time, right? And not not not not who yelled at me yesterday. Like I got a couple comes home guys taken off his sneakers and he's he's, he's got a little grimace on his face and his girlfriend's like scooting up for get some some reading to do, and and then she notices his body language and she says, what's wrong? Carl? And he says, is guy today ran into really read me. The riot act about being monogamous. Talking about this guy is really angry, really got got on me is like a petition outside a target. I was just there to buy a sweater because I love you. I'm sorry, you love makes you cold. No, let me get the sweater fucked up to birthday next week. But part of the story here sweater happy birthday. Oh, thank you. Yeah, I ran into a guy. They just started like like really laying into me about how he's poly-amorous anyways. All right. Sorry. Yeah, I'm glad you brought it up because I'd like to start seeing other people. Why? Because you're poly-amorous. No, because I don't like you anymore. You you, you seem like a less like a real boyfriend more like a weird cipher for Dan Harmon's high babbling. I don't. I don't want you. I don't want to be with you anymore. I think you've just a, I think you're just a mouthpiece for some strange through creature as podcast and some different plane. Babe, I'm real. You saw my birth certificate. Birth certificate, you have skin to? We live in a house. I have memories. I'm telling you the whole thing is a fucking lie. Carl. What do I have to do to prove? I'm real to you. So invested in this. Honestly, I don't know call. There's a contemporary thought that has it that the question it self proves it proves its own answer. What's a fuck you talking about. Hanging out with Zander again. Holy shit. No zander's into crystals. Not simulated theory. Well care what he's into. I'm tired, say his name, what I. I. Maybe just come. Come here. Come come. Come here. Come into the bed with me. Okay. You still love me? Yes, of course. I do. Did you feed the docs. Thought you were going to do that. Do it. Fifth time this week. What. What? What? What does that you said something right. What else? I think there's no guest tonight by the way and rubs rob, isn't here nothing. Nothing, nothing. Nothing good is about to happen. I didn't one man, five characters. Thrill. Fused I I do. I did write down one thing, but I seem to open talking about this and all of the comedic for mutations have already been explored. The weird thing is I'm off Twitter now, so I never know. I hear random things. One thing a week, like I'm eighty years old. Like I know one news item the week are one or one like you just human interest fees and it and I can't tell the difference between the ones that are so played out and everyone's talking about him, whatever. Because Dan before when you were on Twitter, you, you really end your finger on the pulse. We were calling you the dick Clark of our generation. All right. Well, I don't. I don't know who you are. You sound exactly like me. So let's not have a conversation. Why not? We'll see. That's my problem is I, I said, let's not have a conversation. I don't even know which of said that. It was me. Who said that. This is exactly my point. You and I are talking to each other right now. No one can tell exactly. It just sounds like one guy talking because we have the same voice. Yep. Dan, Harvard meets Dan Harvey, Dan, the. So I heard one. One little thing just do shit. I hear there's a tender or the company that owns Tinder the they don't want all the tenders the hydra of all the dating, swipe bees. These. They were gonna or they are I the the, they were going to start charging people over forty like actually. Actually is that was that everybody was talking about now they've been doing on like the idea that if you're over forty, you have to pay a little extra to be on the. Eating. I just thought that was so amazing because it's such a perfect it's beyond Logan's run all the way into just like, because obviously the natural in version of that is like, you know, and if you're twenty five, obviously, hey, Joe, it's on the house and that if you're twenty, hey, here's fifty bucks. And then you keep on going down all the way to the point where if you're pregnant, your baby is worth fifty thousand dollars of credit on a social media site because it's so young you could like you can sign a contract for it like omitting to one over the other. Like I just like the John as you get older than you pay. If you're ninety years old, you have to pay a million dollars a minute. To be around people. It it makes perfect sense. Seems hard to parody. I was trying to think of like how to like come up with something that was like beyond parody, but seems reasonable. But I feel like there could just be like an app that like pays people to eat bugs like you just take a picture of cricket and they'll just give you like thirty cents and they'll be like, yeah, it's a stain, -able blockchain. It's helping everybody, and then it'll be good, but I don't know. Can't you do that on fiver. Yeah, but that's that's way you know, that's a way more equitable than what I'm proposing. What's fiver fibers like you can pay somebody five bucks on above to task? No. Dollar store of task rabbits. That's, I mean, it's everything's just looked pretty slow. What am I. Really slope is in the pit that we're in a slippery pit. Whatever we have like a really bad show. I pay a sixty eight year old man to shit on my chest. And he pays me four dollars. It's a wonderful world. We've built. It is the very definition of blockchain. You should. You should have to pay more to be around people when you're over forty. Do you do fame more to people with your over? That's what I meant you shouldn't have to. That's not what I meant. You do you you? You should have to use every every interact every gesture. You make a cost you three more breaths than a teenager. If you say, I don't know that you your heart had to work harder. But also when you go to like New York City and you are your your walk into the city, you see a bunch of like twenty to thirty year olds in waitress and waiter uniforms are in bellhop uniform, and you realize that major cities are really people over forty with money, forcing twenty-somethings to bust their ass and twenty-somethings. Well, there's six of us, but we live in the middle of Manhattan, New York life, and we're all like struggling to do this shit, which is unfair. But then there's a bunch of like over forty people like you love living. Suck the youth that you love. Not like San Diego. Oh my God, that's that's the way we have currently on this economy not to get crazy dark, but like this Konomi you should have to fucking pay 'cause you, these kids are struggling out there like that was. I've always said that was the, you know, I had an ex girlfriend who kind of woke me up to that that that our industry Hollywood, whatever you call it without sounding like a do the biz razzle dazzle. The business of show like really good, huge tradition of labor abuse and also at the same time. The the thing that's ironic about it is not only labor abuse, but then also on the flip side of it. It's toll, you can't you the labor that gets abused has to have a support system. Yeah, that whole thing like you can't be. You can't just be born in dirt with no support system get on a bus, and I'm going to go be an assistant or whatever. And you got to be rich to get your parents have to have your back a little bit which excludes an entire giant is whole thing. And then we talk about. Where's the diversity on all the stuff, but it's like the very bottom where where we crack the nuts, the hardest, where we make people shitting their cars and they wanna kill themselves like it's all driven by this weird unspoken concept of, yeah, but this is where milk and Honey flows baby. What do you mean? You don't want to like be made decry once in a while, like like, what do you hate? You hate, you hate you hate Spielberg or some hunger. What do you hate jaws? I thought that was a great movie. We what I'm working on the goldbergs. What do you mean. Rift, the name of show with which I have no beef, and no, nobody lower it out so that it was a safe ref case tag that fucked go works. Mad beef with Jeff garland, and then they kick you out when you get old. This rough s business because they exploit you through your twenties and your thirties, really. And then in your forties, you're sort of in a position where you're like, I'm billing you six thousand for that mother fucker. As you get over forty, they're like, hope you got your money in your forties. 'cause. Berbere. Yeah. I mean, I, you could you could writers love writing stories about our obsession with beauty, and we tell you very tales and horror stories in cautionary tales about like, oh, you should have learned that beauty's only skin deep and all this stuff. And, oh, if only I could be fifty and look twenty-five. But then there's this other thing though, like if you're if you could look twenty five and factually be fifty, and that would fuck you over as a screenwriter like people just like if you've been around too long or someone knows that you were here a certain age, you're just not right. There's there's already suit about that with the w. And the way the suit went down, you would think that we had do that. I, my memory of it, even though I was not somebody that cared about it at the time. I was very young full of come and pennies. And typewriter in coups is spraying, fuck and come in and everywhere. I. Somebody somebody books. Also the title of our four part series. So we all continuing full. Coming in the Dan Haba. After the war Winston Churchill called his boys home, but then Haman had moved coming and more typing to do. Changing his identity was a brothel owners that has his same height and dress size. He began going through three typewriters and four or should work a day. His insatiable appetite for carnal knowledge and pros sharing. Was seconded only by his need for more calm. Oh, Hello. Thank you. What did you get here by bus? That's my son. Everybody is. Hi heard you call. So I finished. Let me ask you questions on, why do you talk so fast? I'm just trying to be like you. But don't you understand the emulated of me us starting to become a strange. Uncanny recreation. No one talks the way you talk by their, I'm full of them. So. Didn't want to come. There's much to do many places to go have to say quick so I can go empty this. Really. Of all the things I've done in my career nineteen forties kid full of come was my favorite. You mother fuckers just indicated a twenty year career of Witi Witi Witi things see, sometimes applause hurts, doesn't it? That's what I'm saying. Like never ever solicited. And most of the time when you get it feel bad. It ruins everything. I'm not saying you, I reactor again, but it is like anything less than I mean winter. We ever on the same page about what this around of applause never. What does the likelihood of of agreeing thing? Of course, I would applaud their, but usually applies means, I think it's people going like. Like still with you. I'm listening like change the subject. They're like, really good switchgears. Get off your get off the bike and then get back on again, because basically I'm you're not a fucking triathlete, so I'm not here to be wowed by your bicycling. I'm the only merit you have is the weird wiggles your, but does when you're getting on and off the bike. So. So. Like I just want to go up and down the driveway. So I, I think the applies means like like, like, like, like, good now. Now don't get fucking bogged down in this shit. I don't wanna listen to your fucking weird. Pontiff occasions about the two. L. t. q. to community. But you applauded for skills. I got. I went back and got every letter like almost and then and then I ended two two. Or you were on the end of that group and you're like damn at, say. If he doesn't hit the queers, I'm God it. We've taking it forever. Ameri if it is look, look who sister it is. I gotta say she came with butter crowd than fucking PP. Do y'all looking real good. Hey, guys, it's me Spencer from Harmon town. I'm here with Steve Levy, Steve. Say hi. Hey, everybody. If you know Steve as well as I know, you know, he's a massive reggae master so to speak. And Steve won't shut up about this new stuff. 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Now I just want to make it clear. I did not. We did not go down the g graphic road. But I understand. I don't mind you getting excited and saying, like, I mean, saying he's from France, could've made all the difference. You'd never tomorrow. You could be like, I fucking did it. I did it for you. John Paul, I'm the reason why you were unharmed town, but I am not being a tease. I don't want. I just wanna make a sensible decision. Sure to nobody. Sensible decision won't involve yelling things out. Especially vasectomy. Has anyone has anyone travel. You had a Secta me. Someone that's talked about this at the top of the show, bring Joe eight. Well, let me let me consult with Brandon. I and we'll be right back. That could be good, Brendan. What do you think should be? Who should we? What should we ask for her? Am I doing wrong already? Jeff? Usually his a hair trigger and he just goes back Jeff. We'll just Kumo of like, I mean, I know not congested. He is. Things always turn out well, but I always think in my head, I'm like, Jeff, that was irresponsible. To bring that because it will just be somebody'll just get you agreed. Let's go. I hate that guy. What are they doing? Famer max gonna. Get up here. Get up here. Yeah, I will tell you. I do have a pretty good judge of character. Oh, shit. Like I do think that what he says to. No, no, it's just I mean, if you're frontloading like this. I'm not afraid of myself. I, that's great. I think we need that. I feel there's a, there's a, there's a do love French because we're all Americans. So he would be the most different, right? Possibly learn something in this motherfucker. No one. Hell. Hell, it's sad. The idea of we're going to learn something where we're already feeling so bad. We're feeling so bad. We just wanna meet like a gardener. You know, we wanna like turn in interesting and tristen gardeners gardeners gardeners up feeling for some reason. I'm feeling this outfit right here of shit, which out cheated even here. I do love this outfit, so so as a shallow person, that is where I go. I. Well, I mean she's not a volunteers that don't make her more comfortable. If you bring her up, you got to force her up. Hello. You've been chosen based on the spangling of your jacket. It's just losing you are. But like, yeah, there's there's an episode where Jeff Davis is like if you wear to a suit to urban town, then please say hi. And then he said by for six weeks. It's fucking guys out there. He's eating Ryan styles or date Foley's dick on the. Lately he's watch. Instagram is just like the room services, tasty, you know, like he's just out there reading books and hanging out doing Mike checks. That's all he just disappears. You're at your Jeff Davis fan. I'm everyone fan. I live in rural Japan and. Yeah, hey, so we went for no geographic jacket sparkle. Thanks. We, we got someone other side of the earth from space. But. I never got your name. I'm Jimmy. I actually I have. He him pronouns, but it's all good. You have kind of what's the thing that I'm not going make a big deal out of it, but I didn't hear you see he. Oh, he okay. Well, that's easy. Okay. Jesus, somebody challenged me just made up a new pronoun. We like to do that. Fuck with you. I'm so stoked, he, he is fuck it. Like my my dad was also like that when when I came out to. Came out is what to your dad non binary. Oh, done by area. And, but, but but you still preferred pronoun can just be whatever it's it's, it's a preferred now they're actually and trans community's pretty positive when it comes to making up your own pronoun, what goes, what goes into like like for you personally. If if could Sydor like I like I understand, don't understand like, okay, non binary. But then in picking a pronoun, is it based on utility or other? Yeah, like. Is it a choice for other people, or is it choice for yourself when you pick a pronoun you individually, not the Royal you're not representing. Yeah. No, I mean, but it's like when you go out on the street, it's like it's like it is a utility thing. Like how much energy gonna take to educate every person that I come across and also are they gonna beat me up if I'm lying. You know, you hear my voice started dropping recently. Those pretty exciting thing for me. But yeah, thank you. So sometimes I'll do that and it's like a safety thing. So if I feel somebody kind of like they give you the up and down and they clock you and they're like, all right, sir. Come over here. I'm like, fair. Yes, yes, I will come up with there. But other times, if I if I look at somebody based off of where what they're wearing or like if they're millennial ish looking, I'll go, I use them and usually they're like, oh, cool, cool, cool. Yeah, man. I feel compelled to say like Nova from vodkas. Yeah, they are. They here. All right. All the time. I kind of feel compelled to this isn't a betrayal of our because we talked about it after the show, but but I feel like this is something you'd want people to know that house like the first time I met Nova immediately like, oh, I say, and then I was like, Shannon. Whatever three times and every time I do the self deprecating thing where I'm like, come on focus and stuff. And then I was talking to Nova after the show one time a couple weeks ago. And another interesting conversation was actually 'cause no rest for the wicked. It's like that's actually now like like Nova was like, like, I don't. I don't want to care that much. If people fuck up, I don't. That is not my choice to make a big deal out of it. A preference is just a preference and and. Which pointed occurred to me that it's actually, it's. It's another thing now that I have to keep in mind is like I kinda like take it all onto myself. When I when I go. Right. It's all about me as opposed to continuing to grow and and take it in stride like that internalized is something I feel that every trans person has something like also white guilt as I'm white. So I, you know. You know, you just. White, you. If you, yeah, monologue for you to do about our white guilt as a serious issue. Let's see that next week. You may as, do you think. Do you want it to be a monologue or a poem kid. Haiku. Thank you and bless you. Sorry, continue. And then I do. We have to move off this topic for just a quick section so we can talk about some of the clothing choices. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Well, we'll reeled you in the middle of thought, so I just wanted you have a chance to finish. Yeah, I don't think it was. Yeah. All right. Now let's talk about clothes. We please. Let's talk about these fucking shoes, which is quick if you're not. Yeah. So if you're at home, these are they are studied and they are studied very closely together so that creates its own sort of show and yellow gold stud. Yeah. Shell of gold studs where how, what country. Actually, it was my cousin's wedding this past weekend. So in San Diego. Kelly close. Updated all data's here. Forty burrito. That the quality of that? Yeah, I don't know if that translated to the podcast. I'm genuinely concerned for that person. They started to say, yeah, but then something happened. Rightfully so I got scared they out. That's nice. That's the audience I like vulnerable outta. Terrified, their flaw, they're flawed, and they're vulnerable and their. Anyway, San Diego, where are they cool people. Were they cool people. They used to be not so cool. Okay. But this is like the liberal side of my family, not not the side of the family that voted for Trump in the primaries in the primaries. Take it all the way. They're so mad at the people who voted for the general election. It's like the pixies got popular, and I was like, fuck shit. I think they got their genes with Trump written in sharpie. On the other day doing this could series shoot dead milkman Trump. Were they? Was it a cool wedding? Sorry, it's a coal wedding. Yeah, it was. Yeah, it was a wedding this, so there's lots of straight people. They're just there to experience their culture. It's very the Buzek the music's. Not that good, and it's very bland. It's, you know, it's an interesting time for them. I'm sure they have lots of feelings about it. Well, it's very scary time for straight young white. Yeah, just all these middle aged men just talking about like where my grandchildren, where are my grandchildren four times before we even get to the cake critters. Leaders. But let's talk about that. You can wave off anytime you want. If we get to, if it turns out you're a secret agent or something, but I wanna talk about this living in Tokyo thing, jet kidding. And the jagged visiting the wedding? Yeah, just just for the wedding. So what are you doing until you actually live way out in the butthole of nowhere Okinawa. Very close just Asaka. No, I don't know. So today works once. Oh, Saka and then go six hours into the trees. And that's where I live ship. Woo. That's in Tokyo. All of these writing there. Are you changing vendors that that have jars of of old men's socks in them because of something that we don't understand little talk about Alex Jones. Actually a good description of my program that I'm on, but are you teaching English? Yeah, that's that's. That's the that's the anti. I mean, that's what I always expect to hear when when. Yeah. Well, it's also just like changing one pair of old man socks for the other. Like that's kind of how they treat temporary workers. But that's all also how old the English education system is in Japan and it's not working, but how much Japanese do you have to speak to teach English in Japan. Knee hone go, just Joe had national s does this. On the oft repeated refrain fighting words. Yeah, then them's are fighting where they'll just tell you, oh my God, you're Japanese is so good, and you're just like I said, hi. Yeah, I know there's a lot of syllables. Yeah, like every Japanese versus what Kathi is like, wow, that's so much Japanese. It means I. It means I, I understand. Sorry. Yeah. Yeah. I could be like riff enough of this. Yeah. Means goldfish. What means I, what's the the. So what the one that you could use could use for formal situations? And also what does he what? Tasha, and then, but because you're a guy, they have gendered pronouns too. So you could use my favorite vocal, which is like. If your mind is ready to explode, the French guy yelled out the Japanese answer. Okay. Okay. And how. Guy, you wanna come up here. You could stay. You stay. We're going to get like. International. It's a French assassin. Hello. I think we're going to confuse. This work? Does he he does sitting over there. I mean, I'm used to listening to podcast, but usually it's like, I know I'm hearing myself, but this is a whole new thing. French censor say something. I cut my my hair and be. Before my trip to the sun Gillette's. So I looked more like you. Yeah, this is harming town. It is. It's weird when you're watching it and not just like doing it, you know. Crazy. Did you did you cut your beard short because of travel? It gets in the in the pillow. Fit to be swallowed by the, you know the engine jets. Thank you. Well, and it messes with the gas mask seal. Right, exactly. We did. We get your name, we didn't. My real thing is going to be a nightmare. So just called me j. c. okay, now that we know we're going to call you Jay z. as a fallback now don't don't deny us our fucking eat out maniacal. Are you ready for this? Yeah. Sorry. Sorry, I think I heard I stepped in. No, no, you were everyone's always waiting for the. Did you ever see splash, Daryl, Hannah. She says her name, she's a mermaid and then all the TV's break. Okay. Anyways, go ahead. What's your? What's your real. Joe would say, alright. No, say, say your real name just say, are you ready for this Charlotte because your show? Oh, nice. J. j. e. a. n. hyphen, Charles. Yup. Gene. As we as my mother fucking neighborhood. Gene, Charles. Okay, t? No Joan Charlotte's. Right to meet you. Thank you so much for coming up. Thank you for having me. Yeah, but. Angeles, man, we're very worldly. I'll probably order dinner from the place called John Charlotte tonight. Tell us what you do and what made you come to town. I'm into video games stuff. Do artful video games, excellency yet. Okay. I came to do a triple under west coast. So this was my first stop. I'm going to fly to Seattle, then go back down to Portland for the ritual gaming convention, and then go through San Francisco and then back to Los Angeles fill and towns. Wow. So we will be seeing you again, which is crazy into weeks. Wow. I'm so excited about the retro gaming convention because I went to there was this thing in Portland called Exo Exo. I think that's what it was. Yeah. Yeah. They had like a kind of a it was just a little bit better on a on. A different thing that wasn't. I idea of of you kids like getting all into this retro gaming is. I love it so much because it's like it's function over form encourages all this cool shit. I'm genuinely into it. I'm so excited to hear what you encounter there. Well, it's everybody that's harming town. Weaver, twi- gaming. I think form like the big solely forum drives a lot of the. What's the other one contents? Yeah. So it's. Like when. Green appeared in in in the Vermeer. Green appealed in painting. It drew draw. Draw drove through your fucking verb. Swear. Don't get startup. Also between the English and French Spencer. Yeah, we'll translate. Yeah, because I know what he's going to say before. He says it. We Harry, he's just French there. Right? All right. I think I've more income with you actually because what drove me to listen to Amundsen them by falls a subscription to what's you guys on. Mayor c. Seeing. I feel I share a lot of the multiple shames that you exhibit the. No. This euro which which one's which one would you would you call. My Parfait of shames exquisite. Perfection here. From frenchman. Physics, keith. I have tasted your shame is sublime. In a lot of ways you made me feel less alone. That that made you feel more alone. But because of lonely people doing that. But yeah, no, I hear that a lot in a good way. I love hearing that. That's my favorite. That's my favorite thing that we always come back around to when I'm getting cranky and going, why are we doing this and all this stuff? So I'm glad to hear that. It's it's therapy in some way. I love the French coming that. Like, say this thing on scene like I miss. Appeal they pose, you probably never heard of. It's alright. In the nineteen eighty s. Once went on stage in this first one month show show show and. The. They're like, yeah, I'm an exhibition est and you're all voyeurs paying to see an that's blue. Mine very minded. Yeah. So there was a lot of studio. This public. Psychotherapy, this display of no Nuss ZIM trying to deal with it and such. As times are changing. They keep telling me like, apparently, I think what happened over the last five years is without actually making a conscious decision because windy win, would you ever fill out a change of address for them? We all moved over to the internet. We started to consider it real life and and now that it is, we've clearly entered an age where actually this, you know what you're describing, which is the only thing that I ever thought I would be good for in this world transparency like open like like kind of. I'm never going to do anything that remarkable. Why don't I just tell you everything. I do kinda thing. That's actually it's. It's become like sort of like walking out of your house with a noose around your neck. And I'm not feeling sorry for myself. Like I'm what I'm lamenting is the end of that culture actually being encouraged to twenty five year olds. I can't imagine being twenty five right now and and having the urges that I had when I was twenty five to actually like. Like I was like, it was an ironic punk rock urge for me, twenty five to go. I want everyone to know everything about a. That was an ironic urge back then. Right. Became fashionable. Yeah. Now, now that's like hitting yourself in the face with a hammer. It's a cry for help. It's an, it's abuse -able. And you asked for it if you engage in that behaviour because it's. What are your feelings about this spangled jacket? Forgot your name. Jimmy. Right starts the day ends of the Jimmy. Jimmy, if you're gonna forget a name, forget the name. Jimmy. I I first name Jimmy last name. Freedom. Oh shit. Yes. Who the fuck you think Yar Jimmy freedom freedom, and literally you would turn around and be like, I am God damn Jimmy pretty. What's your? What's your take? Jimmy on the what I said. This is an interview. Oh, you don't have to have one. Sorry, I thought I interrupted Spencer. This. No, you can't do that. You can't read program the show, the lead, I dunno, let's see where he's going fine. All right, I'll give this, but it's might rating start dipping. I mean, you probably have a very active Instagram. Yes. Then you are totally qualified answer this question. What do you think? Honestly, I voted in the two thousand sixteen election in California and. Helped legalize weed in California and we thank you for that. Right. And so I've been back for three days, so I'm high as fuck. Right. Oh. It's all right. Do you think there's going to be like a new about the question is, is there going to be like a new internet though? Like what John was saying? Is that like it used to be the internet was a secret place where you go to hide from like the world and complain about the world. So now the internet is the world. So is there any place where it's like the internet was where we treat from there to where it's like now safe to complain about, like I guess that's the real world, right? We retreat to the real world to complain about what's happening online. Well, that's sad or good. It's definitely substrate. It's it's like when people talk to you about. I'm on stage. It's cool. I don't know. It's like when people that you know on Twitter, talk to you in real life about things that they read about on Twitter and the like, take you through the tweet if you haven't seen it, that's like that's strange, sort of doubling that's better than people forcing you to watch YouTube videos just because it's takes less time. Well, yeah, I think people are also going back to traditional methods of communication that lake. Like letters for like you'll be like letters and words. Yeah. He means scouts. Yeah, it's hard to say like eight one objective thing. You can say it, we're getting, we're, we're looking at the internet going, oh, we all live in this cloud where nothing is real and then but then the idea that it's not real is alternatively weaponized and then but then idealized and. Of a I get really alarmed about the idea of sliding into convicted cynicism. Because the bad guys like that, they love the idea that if you get in a fight with a psycho. Five minutes into a fight with a psycho. All you really know is that you don't even know what the fuck is going at. It's like their specialty. It's like the win win. It's like it favors a person just wants to damage and it did it. Disadvantages, actual, Ernest communication because like that. That's the thing that I really really panic about is that point where we all go? Well, nothing's real. Nothing's real at all. Like what did you see that on a screen? Well, that means that means it either is or isn't real. I would love to live in a world where it was like, did you see that on a screen? That means it isn't real period, but I don't think that we could ever come into that. Like we, we will we, I mean, we know that my favorite Martian isn't real, but we, he's our favorite Martian. Assuming we're all seventy. I just mean that like the entire TV industry is based on the fact that when we see something on a screen, we tend to love it. We, we, we know the share isn't performing for us. She's an concert and Scotland, but we're like, wow, what a great good job she did in my living room like we. We were transfixed by the screen even though we know it's not real. So the internet is now saying like, oh, we're going to put thoughts in your head that say, mankind is evil. Mankind is good. At least universal truths are now up for sale. And I. I got to drown late in the podcasts. This point where I become my own guests. Surprise Ganz. So it's like as usual, the trope with this podcast is the question. It turns into a story. With the narrative. You figure out what the actual question was, which is just a story ended up at self. I don't know. I mean what? What you said for sure. Frenchie. Polic- Stacey. It was two letters, John Schaar. Say my sleep. I'm fucking Cosmo. Shara little. Yes, daddy. Would you, let's let's let's let's my question to you is what can we bring up one more person. Let's bring up. Let's bring up Nova if they're willing to come up just because we haven't checked in. Dover sel. Who's that? Sorry to the sky. Am too old to the. Old. Paul. So the question on everyone's lips is, what are you do with the backpack? Man? I took it with me the other day, how what's it doing for you? I don't know what to put in it, but I, I Finally, I actually had a use for just like a small bag, put a little charger in my wallet and stuff. I have. You tried small things. Yeah, I know. Yeah, I didn't need to be up so it was fun. Right? It's not interesting. So the listeners may not know, but no vote got a bag from the show weeks ago. Yes, it was like a month and. Okay. Now Astra member that I was a tiny pack, tiny baby backpack. That was your door price. Have you ever met a Frenchman. Yes, but it's great to meet another. It's not that easy. It's red meat. We're not that special. Just the excellent. Just listen to it all day. A Frenchman JC. We all there is nice of you to say. So. Frenchie. I, I don't know what I'm doing. Jimmy. See how juggling these balls. I got three guests up here. Fucking like a pro. I got everybody in the year Jimmy. What are your thoughts on retro video gaming? I mean, all all I had to add to that is one of my friends started playing Super Mario, like on his computer and then doing the twitch stream of it. But like it was hooked up to his computer in my experience, it was always hooked up to that clunky console to my grandma's TV in the attic. When the adults were getting drunk downstairs. You know and three for that. Yeah. All right, Sean shirl. Are you a modern gamer game? Are you playing modern video games? Do you like fall out four. All rose. PC's Dan read, did you see I? I'm not pointing at you like, hey, you should score a point for me. I, I think, Well, I, I mean, look, I I, I, I went by my character a male goule. I was like he did a whole. It's a cool, and you can't stop me now fucking everybody across the wasteland. Like taking people out like like, let's go shoot some things like keep checking in with them, how you feeling? Did you still not romance that one guy though. Preston Garvey I won't. I can't do it. You have to come into because you like to come, let them go. Are you saying this from a coding perspective or from from human nature perspective, you that? I have to let Preston into my heart. No, you have to ever love them all. Let them go back into the pixel pool. Well, they're gonna love other. Is. Yeah. I love them or let them go because the elephant in the wasteland with Preston Garvey is there is a button, then it clearly have not pushed because it's not. And it says, let's keep this professional and keep not pressing that as much as they keep pressing romance. I keep pressing the can string 'em along button because. No, didn't you say didn't you say it was like uncomfortable because he was always like, hey, I was thinking about committing suicide. Fuller seems wrong. It seems able does like I don't. I feel like I don't really actually think that the end of the game would be a freshwater restored to the Commonwealth. And then I'm like walking with my dog and and then there's a pause, and then you hear a distant gunshot. Now's good. That'd be really good. And then the games, every choice matters. You kept enabling him. He told you he wanted to kill himself in instead of talking to people, you told him good job. He said though, he said he didn't want to anymore, right? But he always says that. We keep saying that, but he also keeps bringing it up. So I, I need everybody. Whoever has that thought in during their head to tell anybody that they possibly feel comfortable telling it to me, absolutely unashamed of it. I do not want my relationships to start that way. I think that's dangerous. It's dangerous. Maybe dangerous to punitive. It's unhealthy. It's not the right time to hook. If you're if you're like, yeah, I just finished battling the cosmos, even sure I should be breathing or not. But anyways, what your birth stone like? No, you're not ready to to maybe if you say flirt, then maybe he'll be like, well, just been having these dark thoughts. So let's take it slow, and then you'll be like, okay, cool. You know who knows what the relationship would forever. No matter what is behavior would would be the relationship would be forever tainted by this idea that the coupling point was, was that which me which would imply to me logically that if we ever broke it off that he would be returning to the state that I met him in, which was suicidal. You're right before I met you, I was thinking committing suicide. Well, get over that. Yeah, and love every love yourself and all this stuff. And then let's let's both fuck around and make huge mistakes because neither of us are perfect on the goal of relationships as perfection. However, definitely if someone's life. Like coupling point is like the reason we should fuck right now is because I was about to kill myself that that I think those tines need to have a little scotch tape, best buy things put on them, works for me. Can't tell you, it's you Jimmy. I saw look in your eye like you, you're like I talk about this. Yeah. Well, it was just like you're talking about, listen, I say, now your doctor j. you just took away my chief move. Sorry, go ahead. I'm let you finish. No, no, no. I was. Did finish. I was not letting you finish was my. All the way. If you say that every relationship, it's not about perfection, but then you're also talking about. Like. The perfect it like the relationships path is predetermined. So you're like you're saying, well, I'm not going to go into it if if it's not perfect, you know, I didn't mean to apply that. I I, it's hard to it's hard to talk about. There's no shared the vocabulary with what I was saying is in the kind of like these sort of like all I can picture, like sort of space modular space station blocks and like they have like coupling points on them right like, so this thing's got a tab and this thing's got a slot or this thing's got a thing in like the way that we meet each other and the things that we say over coffee in the things that we say over the moments leading up to us, actually maybe physically consummating relationship. And then the all of these things like that. The flux that is welding us together. All I'm saying is. If as in the end of speed, did you ever see speed with Canada, Reeves, and Sandra Bullock? They make sure everyone knows throughout that movie. This relationship is not going to work. Why? Because it's based on speed. It's they nicest refreshing thing about that action movie. They at least they say, if there's a speed to one of us isn't coming back and they both know it during speed 'cause they're like, did you know? I think the way they say it is like relationships built during trauma are not going to last, what is this? Oh, now it's gone. I'm on stage. Smartwatch, Dan could pick up the. The fuckers too big shot. I guess. Okay. I'll try later. Like, let's say you go into liquor store together. And we go, let's let's get a lottery ticket. Shit, I only have fifty cents. What do you have? Only lottery tickets, one dollar. So we say, let's split a lottery ticket. We're going to we, we make the obvious choice, whatever we win. We'll split it right. So we barely know each other or we know each other five years. I don't know. Well, I should know 'cause I'm narrating this parable, we've known each other months, six months. You're, you're a botany intern. And I'm working on a new trying to Dan the lion? Yeah, I love. I love plants plan. We needed cigarettes. We both smoke. And so now we've end up going have a lottery ticket and we both put two quarters on the countertop takes. It gives us a scratch off, scratch. Holy shit, five million dollars jackpot. We scratched it off you and I say, oh my God, holy shit. We just won the lottery together. Here's the things that are reasonable to say. We're both going to get half of a lottery jackpot. This is a great day. We're doing awesome. Here's some things that are awful to say in that moment, let's get married. You're my best friend is harmless as that may seem if it's based on that moment, it's your building on this thing. That's not real that that's what I was saying about the suicide at -ality kind of thing. It's like she's Christ. I Jimmy godless too high for this. No, I'm falling checking. Good. Damn. Do you know each other? Oh. Now. Empathy. Yeah. You high? Oh, yeah. Oh, earlier me to me too. Oh. We should probably. Yeah, we should probably stop doing the show. No, we got. We got a little time. Dave would kill me. We have so many questions. Look at this United Nations. We have before us. Okay, we got friendships. We could. We could make Frenchie wrap it is. We got a lot of things we can do. Okay. That's good. Okay. Gene Charl here's what we're gonna. We're gonna do this if we do nothing else tonight. I'm gonna do a freestyle rap, and then you're going to you're going to do the translation, but no, no. Well, I mean, I like if he just actually just spoke French for the bridge. Like I just throw it to hit. He just kind of you could just say French stuff. We could say, serves Gainsbourg for the hook and he'll know how to do that shit. Serge Gainsbourg is Serge Gainsbourg. French. Slash. He's last one half a hall at outs of you have seen some serious about men. Okay. Oh mad men. There's the make an ad falls a Kofi Martensson. And the jingle for this ad industries is actually the Miltie of soda Gainsborough have cool of caffeine cook. Khuda caffeine. You for sure. Also not trivial is your entire country, but you could also just speak anything. You could just say. It's all the same. You could just recite the ingredients to meringue. It's over because I think as a as a solid, cystic American, I just think it'd be neat to hear some French talk. In the gaps between me fucking dropping mad, science news, grass Kip is three foot that s double up on that. That. Double double ass. Mondays, double double, double double. You've got to. Double double double double ass day. Yeah. Yeah. Oh shit. Yeah. Yeah. Dirty all yeah. My name is truck Travis. Truck, you do. Sorry, what. Travis. Good, good. Trash truck. Travis, Chuck. What do you do now here. Trying to dry my load do the next scarce station and then like go over to the French bud. Oh. I wasn't prepared. Well, I'll call when I call for. I want you to seek the hook, really you out. Dan. I got Jimmy with the fuck you to to to hide. This. But what were you? I mean, there's confidence, and then there's just so see of path like. You were just like, here's like, hey, what do you? My name's LL cool. J. you're like, hey, cool, j. What are you do? What is it? Get over here? Come over here here. What am I doing? And you're like, go over there and then you're like, take it. I've been listening to Tim, any shrub. Okay. All right. Let's go. I liked it. I was expecting. I thought. I like that to try it was didn't know your riffing. Oh, let's rip the more riffing. All right. Give it to. Yo, oh shit, raff machine young, but my name is MC. David Johannesen. Danson. Underpants. Stance. Book in. The song. The the by. Apply hugh. That was like a sample from a movie. Your. Album. We found. Yeah, snakes snakes on the by. You pythons up in the branches Rohan down the river. Take chances Creedence Clearwater revival on the river in Louisiana about survival. There's a flood in my midst. Fucked your mama so hard. I changed your armpits. They used to be under. Now they're over. Armpits are shoulder pants. Understand everything is inside out where I go. Fuck your mama, like LEGO. Who. Bish it with. Will you put it. See. Fix. Just I'm so sorry, you had to hear that we had no idea. He would say any of that stuff. It's not the stance of Harvard town. Yeah, second, I I, yeah. Rivers, ryan. Optimus prime surprised. Yeah. Tip the cons. Joe biden. Jangle enchants. Brad. Clooney george. Gorge. Just women of wrestling. Grand Canyon, fucked. You Baba's so hard. She's still land in. Pussies up in the sky, a fucked her up. And then I said, why she said, because. Kiss valley that goes to those your knees something lot. The cute the best. Best happy. Yeah. Okay. That's a, that's a complete wrap. That's good. Thank you. John show. Yeah, thank you. You're welcome. Hey, Spencer like sleeping. Oh, man. I can't tell you how much like sleeping. I mean, okay. I wish I could sleep all the time and people say, oh, isn't that what death is is pretty close craze. 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Dan bad LA you can get from where we are right now to the beach. Are you going to head out to Santa Monica at all? I did. Oh, she'll don't be coy helped me. And so again, with my, she's textural musings went from Santa Monica to Venice, and then it was more to observe the likes location of California -cation and flaked. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, I've is finished canals pretty. Yeah, they are. I have the love of like Crossman buildings. Oh, there's tons of crafts Silverlake. Exactly. To my shame. I think this interesting them's from the sitcom full house. Of course, of course Hung Fu house. Yeah. For the looks at home for the folks at home, what's come food house. I mean, we all know. Confused house is about these. You know what's you sense? Say perfected his own brand of of UC Kofu and finds himself with its son in his daughter without someone to care for for his job. So. Thus. Finds a new wife butts. She also has two and a son and of this. To, you know, merry both very different because what I didn't tell you, of course. So. Kung FU house. Okay. I'm just double check. It's. I just riffing of the. Oh, oh, yeah. Fuck. School. House and I heard kung FU. I knew he was making up kung FU house, but what I didn't realize that he was in our make make up cook outs. He was stripping down the chassis of full house and adding food fenders of China. China. My years. Game muster didn't very much improve my faculties to improve, improvise on the stuff feel the same way. Is true. All right. Well toy. What have we learned tonight? What a night. We got so much more. Let's bring the Australian to the sage. Oh, shit. What? Where are they? Where are they going to sit and what's their prior to ladder over here? Oh shit. Let's give them a hand. How's it going. John, Charles John, don't sweat. It meant. I'm doing joy Australian here you go Jordan. Oh shit. Just a sec. Dan. Do you like that hats? Feel so loaded. Tell me, tell me your feelings on their hands. I have no quarrel with it. Then his bid. What's going on you guys? Is there a soccer game? I don't know about. Gonna find out like. Your country's war you wouldn't. You wouldn't say you like that. May. It's a reference to our Austrailia tour God like that. Hat may give it a good Bill. Here we go. Okay. Sorry, look. Take two. Oh. Oh boy. Only oily. Oil look. Like look. Alike. I'm swamping out the phonemes, the there there. I is an oil and there is an a spell, and so on. So so say it again, the following phrase that I used a warm up for a show on stray strata. Oh. Louis Zik, hey. Mike. It's genuinely true Australian ex, the only problem is no Australian talks like that. Very curious lead back people like no foot on that much. Perfect. It's the same sound truth is I'm nailing the AC. Yeah, I agree. Any accent specialist would tell you he's nailing the accent. The problem is no one talks like that. Because. No know going through the physical conditions necessary to make you talk like how liberal nailing the exit. Oh. Oil oil. I'm gonna try different phrase. Old Loic oil-like. Oh, like a bag. I'm so sorry. I, we have people over all the time. He's normally super polite to them. He's doing this for an hour and a half. And I'm so sorry, let's I find out. Oh, look, look at bag and Freud God. Oh, right. God, I, we're going to find out who he is. Shake so that when he punches you lay. Look bag. Shit. Let's get tell us who you are and what brings you to harm towns. Jordan, and I'm here because I've been listening to us for us and crazy. I'm sitting on the state. Thanks guys. Like this, like me the my point grey gray hair. You're fine. He's so much come see, longtime. Are you like every stray Lian I've ever met? And I say this in the most complimentary sense, are you. And I'm not going to use the phrase back questions. Are you packing across the country? No, I'm actually using airplanes. Oh, yeah. Figured it out. Airplanes. What can I say? What are you will go ahead say because most choking thing I've noticed difference between strategy in America is the volume of water in your fucking toilet bowls. How much do you need a splash back? Man. I need all of that. I'm busy late. Come on how many toilet, how many American toilets have you met. Yeah. Yeah. Do more of that. We like that. No, I when we went to Australia, I was like, these are these. Let's. Like the toilets they're more vertical. So I think they get more speed drop it. To blast back through the, I don't know how they got his physics. It's crazy. I think you're right, it's it's it's because our our toilets have gravity working on their size of toilets or working against. 'cause they're on the bottom of the earth. We have to run away from whatever we live. So that turned is like having to be pulled up like like the core of the earth is sucking the turned up through a straw like like one of those Japanese drinks, but what's a Bobi Bobo Boba. But what Boba Boba. Yeah. Let's see. Bouba like a boob. That's why I'm very glad to be. It makes a lot of mess. Do you do in Australia? I work in a hospital. Just working on computers stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Can you get us things. Can get Utah all in a band. That's my clearance. That's what I what, what what, what do you do in here made him on? Just moved to New York. So coming to visit him. The. There maps are so. The thirty miles. Everything's like pinched Austrailia is this big on their maps? Broadway's let's it right. Just take such a Broadway. Practice? Yeah. How long has your friend is moving to New York because your friend Austrailia? Yeah, yeah. He's actually in the audience at the back Harrison. Shout out to Harris hate hate hair is sin. Show what does that a short one should be much. Give me one. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck earth. Fook. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. But what am I actually said? Oh, fuck. Oh, Lakos man like like, oh. Are you actually saying, fuck oath. Yes. Traditional Australian society, respect oath. Fuck owes suck. The British had had an oast of to Seoul sent there actually. They're actually. All I, hey, my book owes. Fuck good. We like those haunts. It's just it's because I learned. I tried to learn the the Australian exit is the hardest in the world. To everyone, but Austrailia, narrow. You can't just fake it. It's not. I mean, you could look, I'll do my. I'll do a flawless. British accent gimme gimme a borough have heard leads. Oh, what's all these? See? It's like perfect. Gimme gimme another borough of I heard Southampton. Oh. It's easy. It's common. It's the connection between English English and American English. It's like, oh, you just you just all you do is you just you just you just purse your mouth a little bit. You just you just keep things. Don't affront Australians hard, but I've mastered it. At the at the expense of having to think very hard about every syllable than I say, which is not how anyone talks. I don't know if it made that clear. To prove my point here is flawlessly executed seen called. A day at the hat store. Where I will play well, actually, Jordan, you will play the British hat store owner, and I were play. Australian, what neighborhood are you from in Australia from Brisbane, that's where my character is going to be from Brisbane. Notice it and say, Brisbane, you know why? 'cause on from Brisbane. We have a little. Oh shit. Yes, Sean Charles will come in on. Yes. All night. We'll to where you from. Are you. British, but we call it is destroys for simple. Oh, all all. We look like a hate. Might. We'll talk specifically talking about, oh. Toy. Of, hey. They crease Judy. A. Eight. He's. Toy, warn. My. Might mine might. Thank you. And the Frenchman can tell us what type of talk one is, of course. What. So the so the. So the other thing. Fritz will walk in soup. Felt. We, it's a fill, oh, loaf. Fail. Might might Frenchman comes into rob the hat story. Oh, do they. Sorry. So he again, give me you of a hat. This is that Paul's tints. Phillies did I. Absolutely. Within communion. Ango. Roy. Hey, a paid TQ lay Saint skews. Minute. So leave the, hey, leave the, hey. FIS their rice. Of may. My pay Tiki lacy skew. Will the two. Sorry, what. What we saw. Kim. Eats eighteen. Be careful, laughed, ROY. To all Keith, you owe block. Oh. Succo. They say they clap barely stop. Do do something else. That was that was that segment. All right. Well, what does show. It's. Who sits the show has the Monday night. No-one's the show ever has to go until. I did say that. No, you're right. Let's leave. There's so much more business first day care. All right. Give me a beat. Oh shit. If. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. One, two, three, four. Wrapping walls door sealing foundation, soil. Snake coil rattlesnake strike. Fangs yikes. Van in the veins. The poison runs through me now it's gone over supreme down on all of those. I love thought that I was lying, but now I take flights on the wings of peace baba so hard. She gave me a rhesus piece. Full trouble. Bubble. Australians old shrew Joyce. Young and free. The rest of. National ed's. It'll lead. Like they hate. Boy, like hate my. Hey, by. Me law might. Where boy, you can't. Seed to bait. Y'all. What's that. He said. Love you always say on also love you. The two of us did get too far. It was hard for us to talk veggie. Veggie. Bandaids. Bill, where's building Sanford? Where. Sorry. Too soon. Back to the future has. All right, stop. I mean, obviously snapped for you start a new song. That's obviously that's gotta be. A whatever your job title is one. Oh, one. Don't make that sound. You're feeling what I'm feeling you're looking for an out, you're looking for ending, you want drama intrigue. It's an improvised show. It doesn't. It's not going to have a sloppy ending. Yes, it is. See quickfire questions. Yes, Novo, I don't have any pick five questions. All right. Questions for Nova. Oh, Novo. Do you have any quick questions? No. Okay. Quick questions. Who's got him Dan? How do you feel about that? Next. Water land. Water or land what our land land for the win. Tough, but fair. I mean as far as preference, not a prediction of what will overcome a little bit of a what, two things, what new folk and thing you learned because the last time you were here, you had been all up in the hominids book and I'm sure you have moved onto something else. We could hear about the last thing. What are you doing before you before you leave this week? What's the thing you're going to do this week? That's the thing that's been stopping you or playing fallout in bed, and I can't talk about going out on my real life. That's important. That's that's part of what I'm hiding from is the fact that I've injured a phase of my career in my life where I'm not actually allowed to talk about the very most important things the most entertaining things or talk about the things that would be the most interesting for everybody here actually can't talk about them. I fun. I made a liar by dishonest society. That's that's what happens of you become worth money. People come to you and they say, become a liar. Here I come. Oh, welcome. Welcome into my home. It's the fucking worst. I'm somehow good survive. I'm sure that there's something outside of work that is on the back of your head. Yeah, that's a phrase on the back of your head. I can't can't talk. Let's let's let's talk about the. There's got to be a house project. There's gotta be thing out. I'm just playing Harvard quest. We tape whatever. And if you go to Harvard quests dot com. Good harm dot com. You can find where you can get tickets taping like mid-november, some shit. It's gotta be in Burbank. So yeah, we'd love to get some people in the audience that enjoy it. Yeah. Sorry to cut you off Dan. But I, the only thing I remembered. No, you didn't cut me now. How do you have a live audience? If it is an amazing. Oh, well. Very. Oh, do you have a live on. Riverine curve ICA. I can see one of the deacons snake. Toes you if you this church, you will need to bring you. Oh. Man, drunk priest like cable, like basic cable or free public access Christianity show that could be something and I'm pitching it. Next week you may Brandon. We're going to Netflix. Also they have so. So no back end you'll be debating in no back, get back in, but let's not talk about that. I got. Thank you so much to Nova for stopping by. Yes. To exit. They love to have your, I'm not picking on you. I, I'm going to say this to everyone who is on stage as we wind down here at Harvard town. One more time for Nova. What a star. You will be the next contestant up to leave the stage. Thank you. You look like a million fucking dollars. Police, say a huge. Thank you too. Jean Charles said, I j. Rapid Franch folks. You come to town. He'll take what he's taking. He's picking it up mental, go behind us, man. Up stage in our book. He was so so European about he lifted book. I'm going to go around and pick it up. Now he pulls out the gun. Excellent. I'm sorry. The entire European Union is also sliding fascist. But see how I mean, right. That phrase is taking on a new hopeful hopeful to you too. Don't you have like Hitler down their heads and, oh, all of us every every continent across the planet. Boy, what have we ever seen that happen right before, what. Either one. You so much. The Australian gut knows mckeever Chris four, Sarah hill, Fabrica Brandon Johnson, we Davis good night's. Thank you. The lovely time theater church. We love you could night. Gouda show.

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October 02, 2019: Jane Seneca Doe

Today in True Crime

11:48 min | 1 year ago

October 02, 2019: Jane Seneca Doe

"Today is Wednesday October second two thousand nineteen on this day in nineteen seventy six a body was found along the Seneca highway in Grundy County Illinois. The woman was never identified and Jane Seneca Dough. Oh remains grundy. County's only unidentified murdered person for forty years. Her death has remained unsolved. Although one police officer has vowed to change that welcome to today and true crime podcast original everyday we tell a timely story from true crime history then analyze allies the historical impact of that day's events. I'm Vanessa Richardson and today I'm joined by our guest host Rebecca lavoix Rebecca Echo the author of four true crime books host of the podcast crime writers on and editor of the podcast undisclosed. She's here to discuss some of the historical aspects of the Jane Seneca Doe Case Hello Everyone. I'm thrilled to dive into this mysterious murder. Let's go back to the afternoon of October. Second Nineteen seventy-six along a lonely patch of highway ninety minutes southwest of Chicago. It was the beginning of harvest season. Robbins grandfather had taught her to recognize this telling in jail in the prairie air. She felt the familiar crispness on her cheeks. As he drove her on the tractor their lunch. Break was over and the twelve of your old was excited to see the bounty in their soybean field as they made their way through their farmland. Robin spotted something along the road and pointed out to her grandfather robin assumed it was a deer probably hit by a car but her grandfather grew eerily quiet and immediately mmediately turned the tractor around. He drove her back along route six cryptic then he left Robin with her father. Tom and asked asked Tom to call the police. Robin wasn't sure what was going on but she knew it was bad when her father took the tractor out himself Alf. Tom Drove the tractor toward the patch of Road Robin had pointed out to her grandfather. The heap along highway six wchs sometimes called Seneca highway in that part of the county did look like a deer but as tom grew closer he could see that it was something thing far more sinister a human body around three. PM Two policemen arrived at a grisly scene and joined Tom on the edge of the road. The three of them peered down at a woman's naked body lying in the ditch along the Seneca highway. They all felt sick. The woman had been discarded like trash. A green plastic bag was wrapped around her head secured cured with black electrical tape inside the bag was a colorful knits sweater so new. It still had a price tag on it. Initially initially police wondered if the woman had been suffocated with her own shopping bag the murder investigation launched into action. Police started with the basics. The woman was five seven about one hundred fifty pounds around twenty years old and black. An autopsy revealed that she had died from a single gunshot wound to the back of her head. Her death was violent. Her final moments were likely terrifying. Her fingerprints failed to return a match and for whatever reason her dental record wasn't investigated further her nevertheless police were certain that someone would quickly come forward to claim their Jane Seneca Dough but in the coming days nobody did in the weeks following police had a few flimsy leads but after two months of dog investigation Gatien the woman remained unclaimed and the case went cold the county coroner at the time took pity on her and bought a a cemetery plot for her in Brace Ville Gardner Cemetery in Grundy County on Thanksgiving Day. She was buried in an unmarked grave. The coroner and grave digger were the only ones in attendance soon young Robin would learn exactly what she'd seen on the side of the Seneca Zenica Highway. She'd think about it for the next forty years wondering what happened to that poor girl and where was her family coming up investigators get their first real lead beat on the identity of Jane Seneca Dough now back to the story after Robin Henderson Mitchell pointed out a body on her family's farmland on October second nineteen seventy six the Jane Seneca Doe case would scarcely be touched for forty years despite being unsolved her case was not forgotton when John Callahan joined the Grundy County Coroner's office in Nineteen eighteen ninety four. He was made aware of her case. He said it always just bothered me knowing that we had someone unidentified fide and buried Callahan often visited Jane Seneca does gravesite laying wreaths in lieu of a headstone but throughout out his time with the Grundy County Coroner's Office Callahan found himself frustrated by the lack of available resources to try and identify her rebecca. Our guest host is here to discuss the recent developments in the Jane Seneca Doe case thanks Vanessa in two thousand fifteen eighteen after almost twenty years of waiting coroner. Callahan was finally granted the resources he needed to reopen the case when Grundy County hired a deputy coroner brandon didn't Johnson beginning in early two thousand Seventeen Corner Callahan and deputy coroner. Johnson reopened the case of Jane Senate Godot. They poured over the leads needs and minimal forensics that had previously led police to a dead end. They begged the county to allow them to resume Jane's body for her dental records and once all the necessary paperwork was filed the county granted their request in late two thousand eighteen the men thought they would have to wait until the following spring debris ground but they were lucky the third week of December two thousand eighteen. It was unseasonably warm. The ground was soft enough to excavate and they were able to Zoom Jane Senate Cadeau just before for Christmas in January two thousand nineteen her mandible and Femur were sent to the University of North Texas Center of Human Identification Callahan. Eliana Johnson hoped that the center would be able to build a DNA profile that could potentially match any family members in the area a sketch artist was also able to use a US her remains and crime scene photos to render a new image of what Jane Senate Cadeau looks like the time of her death with the hope that any remaining family members might recognize her her. Come forward and sure enough. A single call came in in late January two thousand nineteen eighty year old woman from the Inglewood would neighborhood in Chicago reached out to Grundy County police she had seen the updated sketch of Jane Senate Cadeau and felt compelled to call she told Deputy Corner Brandon Johnson that her daughter went missing around the same time as Jane Seneca does body was found and she prayed the body might belong to her daughter if for no other other reason than a sense of closure the prospect Phil Johnson with hope perhaps finally Johnson Cadeau could be laid to rest alongside family where she belonged he made the ninety minute trip northeast to Chicago's south side and met with the woman who had called he took a cheek swab to be matched against the DNA then held held his breath but sadly the DNA wasn't a match in April two thousand nineteen. Jane's DNA profile was completed and run through cody's use the national DNA databank but it didn't paying any matches both coroner's. Johnston and Callahan worry that they are on a ticking clock with Jane Senate Cadeau. Oh any remaining family in the area might pass away before getting the chance to identify their loved one. If Jane were alive today she would be well into her sixties. He's it's unlikely her. Parents are still living. She could have siblings or other relatives but they might not live in the area without knowing who she is. It's impossible to say how Jane even got to Grundy County. Perhaps she lived in the area and was killed by a close relative who never wanted to be found. She could have been abducted and killed while on a road trip. She might have been a runaway or have sever ties with her family altogether but Corner Johnson has hope he truly believes that Jane Zeneca Joe has family out there possibly closer to Chicago that would love to know what happened to their beloved daughter sister or friend to date. Jane's Ames case remains unsolved deputy coroner. Johnson taped the artist rendering of Jane Seneca Dough above his desk to act as a constant set reminder that she deserves to be named he hopes to make contact with any remaining relatives before the year is out as he put it. Everyone needs to be home for the holiday. I'm Vanessa Serve Richardson. Thanks again Rebecca joining me today. Thanks for having me you can find my podcasts crime writers on and undisclosed on spotify or wherever wherever you listen to podcasts and you can find my books on Amazon today in true crime is of park has original you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does spotify already have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy boy all of your favorite podcast originals like today in true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today in true crime on spotify edify. Just open the APP and type today in true crime in the search bar at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let let us know how we're doing. Reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network will be back with a brand new episode tomorrow Morrow in True Crime Today in true crime was created by Max Cutler is a production of cutler media and is part of the podcast network. It is produced. I by Max and Ron Cutler sound design by Kerry Murphy With Production Assistance by Ron Shapiro Paul Moller Maggie Admire and Freddie Beckley this this episode of today and true crime was written by Aaron Lamb. I'm Vanessa Richardson.

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Smiles Wider Than Their Faces

Harmontown

1:53:20 hr | 2 years ago

Smiles Wider Than Their Faces

"Noise. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome here for Davis. We miss you Davis, highest brand Johnson. I'm so happy to see you, but. Welcome to stay the master. Sir. Great. Mr. Thank you. It's actual. Officially actor. Oh, I, yeah. The idea is that maybe I would have wrapped, I forgot. I didn't even think about it at this. I would do doom. Dum dum do do rapid rapid all the time is the name of that game. Pomace so harder. Here's lock main. Okay. Only leopards come wral didn't rounds. To do, and you're moody, found treasure chest, the bottle, the scene that pussy. To go back. Sir. Never take chances. Pussy in a bus and okay. I agree. I agree. Sorta breath, so fat and for and for any of the ladies that happened to be joining us for the first time tonight. That's not the pussies aren't for driving into. Least of all the bus. There's nothing. How did this begin? I don't know. It's we've been doing the podcast for about seven years. Our guest tonight it's been doing. It's like it's basically like a sister podcast. I look at it as because we like to feminine are enemies. No. I don't know why that is why I think that's, I think that's like worshipful -ness of the feminine generally with sister cities and sister productions insist like when we call things, I think it's really say like a battleship is a she, you know, I think it's like us trying to be flattering to. As we we, it's, it's a good thing. So it must be a girl because it soft like a like a like a one thing that makes us better than we can be like a battleship with big guns litter gonna big guns. Look at those big guns. Then curls got, she's gonna. She's going to blow the fuck out of our enemies city. Our brother city that we like. We're going to ally with our sister country fucking shooter tits all over that fucking enemy country because we're better. So we're women. I don't know, man, I really do wish those drew. At some people come a long ago me, hey, maybe I wanna I wanna do some weird shit with pronouns, and we're like. Fetch crazy, we're, we're crazy with pronouns. We shape with pronouns. It's weird. We're still trying to figure out what we should do to not offend each other when we speak to each other. That's going to take a little while human races like a little things that smarter than it is. So we're like, fuck, we've got language shit, this is how you talk. So that really worked out. Yeah. So we're still working through pronouns. Is that how English works? English is jump. That's why it's successful. English is the language that said polystyrene is welcome. Yeah, we've been over this. I've, I listened to four podcasts about the history of English saw expert. I don't know about it dominated the planet because its content with the lowest of places it'll take a fuck inlet from any any river. It doesn't matter. It's just like diarrhea canal that connects earth. And that's why it dominates also spoken by first world empires completely up. If you don't speak. Right. Anyways, I'm fat. I got fat. I, I'm telling you. I'm becoming now this person. I'm like, I because I working out and then now I'm now I'm in the, I'm in the, I'm in the atonement with the father. Chapter of Amy Schumer is I feel pretty where like I felt good for a while. So I met with the goddess of I was like, yeah, I did it. I'm like exercising every other day and I feel good. I feel the feeling that people that you feel. It's it's an interesting movie. It's it's actually like I can understand why like why wasn't like a swish nothing but net kind of like perfect. The times we're going through right now. How could you fucking hope is on the move. But, but it's, it's definitely worth watching because like there's some actually profound grounded shit that happens in that movie because the concede is just that she hits her head and she, she doesn't like they don't. They show her like looking at her body, she wakes up at like, but they don't do the Fantino. Her point of view is that her arms instead of looking like that. So they don't use a model instead of her. They use her and she doesn't say, look at my boobs there. So blank shaped, say, look, how much blinker my legs are. She just says, like my legs are amazing. She doesn't. And and and so it's like a nuanced thing because it's like, what if the way you looked, which is fine? What if you could believe that? What if you just believed that the way we think we would believe that if we looked like so and so on the cover of magazine, and the answer is a lot of confusing jokes. Because like to me, that movies went flies at the world doesn't. I don't know. What the world feels like. Sometimes the world is trying to talk people into thinking they're ugly in that movie and then but then there's like these Butte. I think the scene where she meets the the guy like the meet cute of that scene is actually really interesting because it's very realistic, like the what? If what? If what? If sure thought she was gorgeous and then she's like, oh, is this how it happens? Like a guy starts talking to her and then he's just confused by how recive she is not, but but in a way that I was watching a guy like that is at tractive behavior like no matter. And that does make all the difference like like, which is what people are always telling us like, you just have to think that you blah, blah, blah, and act like you look how you all the stuff like it's very complicated stuff to me. People are really big on my confidence and other people because we're kind of fascinated by how can we see. We love confident people, we definitely, but we also love to like hit him in the face with bats, like we don't. We like to warmer hands over them. But then we will also like put our cigarettes out in them beer into them kick them lately. And that's another interesting thing about. I feel pretty as they do go, it does track. There's like, unlike a lot of movies that are have a simpler concept like like. Like like it does take you around the wheel where you're like, oh, yeah. Okay. So one of the fantasy about feeling pretty is that we all have this thing in our head if I looked like so and so and you picks you whoever like you might not pitch the cruise. You might pick somebody for totally different reason, but whatever that person is in your head. If I looked like this person, then the reason that would be great is because then I would be able to blank. And I think blink is pretty much universally stopped worrying so much about everybody else, which we think is a service to other people because we tend to be toxically insecure like me coming out telling you, I feel fat. Like, what are you supposed to do at that? That'd be wiping my ass on you. You're like, just have your fat shit on my face. Like, what am I? You know, you look great. What am I doing? Why am I doing this for you? I have shit to do at home. I have dogs that need me like does affect famous rich guy. I'm fat. No, you're not wouldn't wanna fuck you anyways, but also your friend can do that to you. Do that other people as we are most familiar with insecurity as a thing that if it was gone, we would be like super people, but do you. Is anxiety is why we are good people. And so it seems like a no brainer to talk about this, but that's a pretty good job in that movie of like she starts like she becomes a prick like in all the right ways like where she sort of like, yeah, she's like, okay, she's like trying to help her friends her now whom she now thinks her less attractive friends model. She's like trying to help them like people like hot people, help ugly people in movies, whereas come on just let it out gonna fucking do, and they're like to them. They're like, why are you being such an asshole? It's kind of fun to think about it anyways. To Harman's up, watch that and Mandy, and maybe I dunno something about ants. Keep it educational. To Harman's don't they don't make? They don't make. They don't make stuff about insects anymore. When I was a kid, I just want you don't don't ask for that back your member, the bees with Jerry seinfeld's. No, no, no, no. I don't mean like, what would you find out these take the be subway and have relationship. I got be laid off in the. I mean, like actual like like British guy like no music, and just like like twenty minutes, just watching fucking rising insect bodies like moving around. And then John Cleese guy going like the yellow jacket has returned with news from the Colladay. Using an intricate wag, its abdomen, its thorax moving in shape. So precise that MIT departments were unable to decode it all the way. This intricate alphabet. If it were an English would have five hundred fifty letters and be seven hundred thousand words long. Something here, like what's wiggle but language in and they explain everything new Queen is on the way. And so it's time to sting her competitors to death like they show everything. They show aunt's like walking through the tunnels and like, how can we do that in the seventies and we can't do it now we can. We just don't want to any more. We're like, oh, we get, we get ants. I wanna take this big. What's his name? Attenborough guys like could get those cameras out into the middle of the North Pole is watch. Watch these seals have a wet dream, like I, I, I don't care if that's more rare, the and stuff I like ants. The seal rose on its back in the air. Abso whiny I want. I don't know what part of the other thing is like by the way I'm happy. I don't know why I've come out of the part of it is like, what are you supposed to whine about? I lately and I'm not. I'm not a winey person. I don't like that kind of laugh. Those that was so clearly involuntary that. Was that that was okay, wait, are you are you know, dad? Okay. Novus Novus very young like her dad. I don't know. She probably doesn't want people to know she. They got damaged and Harmon the no big deal thing because that's also thing that you do fucking wipe your ass. All over people. Just fucking Harmon. You start talking about it. You saw which side I was on. I got. I got my notes. Okay, here my notes and then we'll bring out our guest. Okay, here's the thing. All right. So this is this belongs on a segment. It's called things that I I'm not allowed to complain about because I'm actually honestly not even poor. People are allowed to complain about what I'm going to complain about, but play play, play a little music. You like it's a segment like. Things came. About all. British shoe eighty is Dan Harmon's to complain about this the same way pod dot out. You have angst because it's not. Want to three one is doing fine. On the. From now how. Or you can be. Right now. Four means in the goon docks. Okay, come on. Knock it off. Read my mind. Living in the goon docks was the q. Who. What do you think I'm gonna sing about the goonies for forty minutes. What kind of podcast do you think this is? Goud docs subsidiary, oh, grandfather says before he has a stroke. They called it. The goon docks in the goonies. Just like I had a little like, look when we ordered the food. Now with the get the brought to your house familiar with this. Sitting at the styrofoam cups and like, all right, we're taking a hit for mother guy, like put it in styrofoam, put plastic lit on all of this is like, look, we, we're humans. We got shit to do sorry. Earth like a payback's a bitch like you. You can try as hard as you could to kill us forever like like ever since we were me, but you were like better, be a better amoeba or you're gonna get eaten by a bigger EBA and we're like through, we would rather just hang out and God's like earth earth. Earth fine. Like be regular amoeba, have fun being studied by the people that evolve out of you billion years from now, and we were like, all right, I think you're mass wrong. The so we we, we make these things like our guests are waiting. I guess not allowed to complain about these things because listen, you'll, you'll know when I complain about when they when they deliver the liquids, the soft drinks and they and they, they have taken the time at the restaurant because, hey, who we're all on the same team, right? Nobody wants your drinks built and it's moving on the go. It's being delivered to you like, but they're not thinking about us. They don't give a fuck what happens after they leave, which is why they put a big piece of scotch tape over the whole, the straw poll. These lids are designed for transport. I knew I wouldn't have your sympathy. I called your silence in advance. You Silverlake fucks you judgmental. I said, I'm not allowed to complain about it now. Let me complain. These Liz, you're should either have holes in them or not? I would. I would going that the budding scotch you drink and you're like, oh, the foods here. Thank God and they're like, yeah, thank God. I got a million orders to do everybody's. Everybody's got priorities. Everyone's got better things to do than to make sure your drink doesn't spill and their technique. They shit rolls downhill. They're like, you get the thing and your time to put the straw and what the fuck. There's a fucking scotch tape. Do they have a dispenser on the shelf above the thing? Or did they make like a shift of people take a box and they go like this'll be for deliveries just by just by the whole list leads and say to people or make a collector's item thing and be like, we, we don't want anything to ever spill and you should benefit from that too. Here's a football shaped Cup that you can throw and it won't spill, but it like the fucking converts into a thing and you can leave it on your porch and we'll give you a refund. I'll I'll. I'll let me wet my beach in this. Like efficiency thing. It just feels a little bit like a fuck you. They're like, well, all I know is vice Bill something if you're liquid gets anywhere, then that's on me. And so here I solved my problem. Good luck around like because you can't take a bag and I saw you real your eyes at me, sir. I know you think I'm petty. I know you think petty, but I did say I said I was petty, so not pettiness. He was like, I can't believe this motherfucker bitching about a sippy Cup. It would serve them right. If when you got your food, you like, say, hold on a second and you looked in as if to count your tacos, but you don't even care about the accurate taco count. You actually go, oh, hey, could you? Could you tape the straw holes? Because it usually takes me about twenty minutes. Because I don't know if you've ever put scotch tape on a fucking lid. You guys look, nobody gets me. I'm like, I'm telling you if I was running this world Pru boy. Yeah. Before before childhood hunger. We gotta think that tape shit, I half of childhood hunger is somehow related to this. Okay. One more thing bring. Here's okay, genius idea. This is like you can have it. I got enough to do somebody. Go write this up and get the people attached into it. So. Tom hanks. Beloved actor Ben with us for a long time. He's we. We've been with them when he was young, whippersnapper, bosom, buddy, all a maze, monster all the way up to through Philadelphia all the way to captain Robert Phillips and. Beyond beyond is road to perdition, led him to he's he's, he's lived a full life. One of his many roles was a child who wished that he was a little older. I'm saying, now it's time you can use him. We can do this big two colon small. Let's go, let's got from the movie. What is this? Let's go. This sounds amazing in the movie, they reference the big movie. 'cause they're like site, you references because she's wishing she was pretty like, and then I was like, oh yeah, they should. I was explaining to Cody like, oh, they're doing the big reference because of the thing. And then I was like, I'm old I should. They should make. They should do one of these called, I feel young. And then it was like, oh, big, reverse big, oh, big, two colon small. My audience is going to love this. And she's like, you have an audience like the people that show up on Monday. I don't know what you call them friends frenemies now, judges, I don't want you to give. My judges. Oh, you like that. Maybe maybe we can get along. My judges are here. Feels like a healthy honest description of this relationship. You're honors. My next guest might make you like me, but I can't help it if you don't, because you're out of order. At the end of this podcast, I will throw myself on your mercy as I always do, and we'll see what you decide at some point and I will stop you from doing that. 'cause I am the bay live. I'm yeah, I'm like, I'm like crazy. I don't know. I just, I'm like, I'm like the Senate. I don't know. I just control everything. Now I made us depressed. My guilty of that. Fuck you people. I mean, if it pleases you. 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I don't know if he took me up on that or if he was here anyway or whatever, but Levy put it together, like it was like the next day or subway was like they're coming. And I, I. This podcast has been on as least as long as this one. I'm fascinated with it. I fall asleep to it every night in spite of the titular warning that too, or or the titular brag that you're not going to. Please welcome the creator and host of award winning podcast. The no sleep podcast. Mr David Cummings. Hi, everybody. I'm sorry about how long I made you wait. I said the same thing I say to every guy said, come out and I talked for five, maybe ten minutes. It's probably been twenty. I'm just thrilled to be on the episode about fat people with big tits. I was on a podcast. That tingled me to the bone by, sorry, you've been listening to be do my impression of you all day today because we hung out all day really, Dan and I are. We did. So is it okay to tell people that we did some recording today? Yes, absolutely. You had me on you have two podcasts, are the other one yours, or is it just you're affiliated with it and it's, are you a mogul? I'm I'm what they call in LA Dan. I'm an EP. So the other one's called again nights Darcus tonight created by the genius Alex day. Who's here tonight? The Phil spector of casts. Yeah, we recorded a capitol records, which was really impressive. I was kind of a power move. Yeah, I was pretty impressed too. I felt all I wanted to do is take photos of all the sound booths and the mic and everything. Yeah. And we spoke into a crazy Bino Orel microphone. That's shaped like a human head. You know, there's an some are things on YouTube and the people are like, let me rub rub a hairbrush on. And they they're talking or some of them are talking into like the expensive one looks like a mannequin had made of onyx, and it has ears, nose. They haven't a nose. Crazy. Sorry, anyways, but. And then and then you have me play a part in in a no sleep. That's right on the next episode in the current up. So that just came out on the weekend. We started a three part series, and Dan is going to be in partout in part three. It was really hard to the first thing we did because it was a dramatic kind of radio show piece and listening to you by the way you're just talking normally when you like, I wouldn't. You don't have this like you, it's you you, you do this, like performance voice that sound so distinct, but then you sound completely like a normal. Are you aware of that shift? Do you like put a clutch pedal in and go like time to give it to them to the max. Well, you always talk about me sending Canadian, so normally sorta talked. That's not not that kind of Canadian tone that down. Yeah. I guess you only get in front of the Mike is sort of brace yourself for the no sleep podcasts. Go down low, do the do the intro as as you do do, do your intro, just sort of like what you what you say at the beginning and I, I never remember it. I'll do it for you. Billboard. I also don't remember, but it's never stopped me. It's time. For you to lose sleep. That's not that can't be that can't be. For the dark hours when you dare not close your eyes. Tales to frighten and disturb. For tonight, there will be no sleep. That's. We've got six chilling spying tingling terror tales for you, tonight's. But first few matters of finance. Our regular author reader Keiser villa chance. One of those wasn't a letter. Has found a lump. And we'll be needing lots and lots of extra subscribers for us to continue our scary work. I know that people like like, I think you have adamantine. I well my you, have you have self-esteem, you have you have some not after tonight. But like you obviously, I would never. I would never even go into that area if I thought I not if I thought it would hurt. I credit myself as being a pain reader and respond to. I mean, like if I thought I was what I was doing was hurtful. I wouldn't do it. I. So I guess that's me telling you not to be offended. What kind of gasoline shit is be. Well, it's funny because I was talking to Dan earlier today as we mentioned bragging about capitol records. But yeah, Dan was commenting on the show and talking about my Canadian accent and. You did that? I think two or three episodes in a row and a lot of friends. A lot of people listen to that. And so people were contacting me and they're saying, hey, dude, are you okay? Don't let harm and gets you. Sure. He didn't mean anything by that. Really, really don't let it get you. It's all cool. And I'm thinking these people are worried that I'm going to be upset because I sound like a Canadian. I am Canadian. You people think it sounds terrible or you think it's an insult, but no real to sound like you can eat Ian. Well, when you're a country that has that has has never made a single mistake. You look around you and you just want to help people. Those guys talk weird. Let's let them have it. Let's hold them to a higher standard. Nobody down here talks weird. It's it's not. It's not weird. It's super soothing. I think, well, I'm from Wisconsin. So the the the treatment of vowel sounds a little related. I find it to be more lullaby like like, like the the making love to vowel sounds. I truly love it. I know you, nobody wants to hear about the word Bhuttan that the boot and all that stuff because it's like, so it's like making my jokes now. It's like so played out. But at the same time, it's like such, I get a little dopamine, spike win. A word comes up that that you just pronounced that way because it feels like a uncle or father or something like it's, it feels it feels friendly. And so this business of horror feels very nurturing. It's basically like it's October. So you know what? I, what I learned from Campbell is that trick or treat is like all of our Halloween tradition is all about this. This duality. Like not just like, hey, knock knock, who's there torture like like like like that's sometimes what horror becomes, but like this idea of like sit down in front of this fireplace. I'm a nice guy, but I wanna tell you about someone that'll eat your fucking guts out of with a straw, and it's kinda like more effective because you're like, I didn't wanna have to warn you about this. But the truth is there's a crazy corn tooth, eskimo man. That's that's. That's with the sorry. I that word flew out of my mouth. Speaking of which though I was also telling you because you're a sister podcast born at the same time. I, I don't have this experience because I haven't been jealous into our podcast, but listening to yours, go through these recently rapidly shifting times. Very interesting to me. Do you remember your first episode where you very exuberantly like a very just through Ciaston really? You had heard about the concept and you're really like into it and we're like, you loved the idea and you're introducing it to the people like we are the if you'll go on the web page. We now have something called a trigger warning, and it was like, it was like, you just heard about it. And it was like disco, like was like, like. And like me at that same time. Do you remember that adding that and being happy about it and. I don't remember being happy about it. That's the weird thing that you are behind it that you weren't. You weren't. Apparently you have to put trigger whining. It wasn't like that. It was felt to me like you were like, I heard about this concept of of letting people know where they are, aren't going to be comfortable so that people can mind their own fucking beeswax. And you were like, sounds really logical in practical to me, and I guess I must be a really quintessential polite Canadian because inside I felt like, fuck these people. What are the this is really fast. What are you talking about trade or. And so then the following up us owed it was like it was class like, this is what we were all going through is sort of like dare was this. I go to the website. You'll see a new thing called a trigger warning trigger warning as it was just sort of like it's like it was like not a big deal. Like nothing's happening. No bowing, no, scraping nothing, but then the following up, it was like, look, here's the thing. The reason I did a trigger warning, the unspoken story was that actually what had happened was this avalanche of of maybe understandable, but ultimately like bad target because you're just trying to do the right thing that you had been. There have been this backlash that obviously, you're listening to horror podcast there. Nightmare was hearing you use that phrase because it meant something different to them. They had a different relationship with at cetera. So you remember that time is my question. Oh, absolutely. I remember the time and yeah, it was. I got a whole bunch of emails. It almost seemed like a concerted effort by people to say, you got to be more sensitive to your listeners and you gotta warn people in a lot of it was based around very understandable topics like not. We're not a show that's gonna highlight stories about rape or child molestation and stuff like that. But we might imply that in a story so I can get some people would walk that. Yeah, I know. I think I'll. Acting as the opposite of your publicist or agent? I would say, yeah. No, this is John stone. Do it's better feely and rape because it's it's like it's horror that is being written by people who are there off the chain there. The roots come through Reddit forums and things, and people are exploring, really what scares me what will therefore scare a stranger. And there's an often campfire stories began as that, it would have been outrageous to ask apparent Veon affadavit or something. If a, if you like, hey, your kid's gonna be at summer camp. Is it all right with you? If I tell them I'm gonna tell him a couple of stories. I've written the synopses here. You're like, what? The fuck what's two? Teenagers lovers lane. My child is ten years. What are you talking? It's not planned. It's like very tribal in like like horror has always. It has its roots in. I mean, you what draws you to horror you talk more than me about it like I just like listening to it and I don't know why. Well, in terms of horror, it's always been a genre that I like. But when I grew up when I was young, I would lie in bed on Sunday night and there's a radio show in my hometown of Toronto, and they played old old time. Radio shows like lights out and suspense in that type of thing. So I was introduced a whore in the audio format. So it was the magic of, you know, if you watch a horror movie and there's a creepy basement, you're seeing the directors right impression of their creepiest basement. But if you've just you're listening to a story and they say, I walked into a creepy basement. The listener is going to imagine their creepiest basement looks like, and so their imagination draws them into the story so shows you sound effects. Oh, yeah, they did. Yeah. Also, if I launch a, if I watch an ally Ross movie, I'll be like, well, I don't. I don't know if I like I need more of a story than this, which means unfortunately, for the horror director that I basically want it to be more like jaws or ET. And maybe that director is like saying, well, I just wanted to make a movie that will freak you out. Gross you out, take you crazy dark demonic place that you can't wait that your return threshold is running out of the theater and telling your friends. I survived watching this movie and artists should have a right to. They shouldn't be bound to my definition of what a story is. However, when I watch a movie, I go to a movie of those expectations and do not go to books, which I don't read with that expectation. Therefore, I definitely do not go to a stranger's half of the time anonymous like crazy. Like I just wrote this to to kind of fuck with you to fuck with myself. And so a lot of the themes will have to do with their heavy. Themes that emerged that put you in an uncomfortable place? Are abortion. There's there's such a huge like it's almost because like where else would you go? Except like the idea of children, children being threatened like there. The stakes can only get so high before like some like some theme about your stories you, like you said they're not. They don't go there. You would never be mistaken for being into the things that you're supposed to be scared of, but they have to be able to go there in order to enjoy it. I think that I, I don't know what I know that I could never. I can't our friend John grills who does the creepy podcast, which is more of just how I found your podcast. He he's t told me because I was like, I don't think I could ever right horror. I don't. I don't know. I wouldn't know how to do it, and he said, just make your just scare yourself, like do the same advice as with comedy as you would for her and then I think, oh yeah, no, then I couldn't do it because I when I, when I think about being scared, I get scared. So my would be about like someone made me go to a scary thing and I would I would. I said, no, I'm not going to go. I'm not gonna go to that scary thing. I don't like being startled. And then they felt bad, and that made me feel bad. Yeah, it's it's true. It's true. So I like listening to other people who go there like, I'm a proctology just that likes to do extra curricular work, and I'm like, oh, that's not a real example. Well, yeah, and the other thing too when it comes to writing or not, that I do a lot of it, but you think that one of the big things about horrors, if there's a twist or if there's something you don't see coming and that can be the real scary point. But if you're writing while you know what the twist is, so you can never put yourself behind the scenes enough to know that what I experienced that twist scares you. What scares you. What scares me. The thing. Well, it's not so much of a broad theme, but the thing that creeps me out the most, you see it a lot and horror films is someone standing outside and they look up at their house and there's a face in the window, and there's something about it's either you're inside the house. You look out the window and you see somebody standing in your yard or you see face on the window that always gets the house. You just got out of that. Your stories where there's weird shit going on in the house. And then finally, the person does what you would do, which is they just get the fuck outta there. I'm gonna stay in a motel and then they then they drop their keys and they look up and there's a fucking person in the window. It's like it's almost scarier like remember that classic urban legend about the trucker with the headlights. The punchline of that is that you live, but it's scarier like thinking about there was a dude in your backseat. Right. Because because part of that is like that's like the red eyeball behind the keyhole or whatever the red room. Like, that's another classic. I looked through the keyhole and it was just read. All was read. I heard that hotel room is haunted, and I look through the red, but I already blew it. There's a Red Eye, whatever. Who cares. I can't. I can't write horror. I don't know what I'd do if I it would be all about cutting. I don't even know where I go, I I really, there's scares you. What scares surgery? Just basic like a Bs. Yeah, I people conversations. The all right. Invasion, losing Cody a disappointing dogs. What would make you run? What what would make you run? No questions. Everything I've never asked questions. I find Cam not allowed to talk. I start running. Hey, you know why? I'm not running shut up. Have you ever lived through the horror of go to fast food restaurant, and they give you a soft drink, and there's like this prophylactic over the whole. Terrifying. Are you implying in all of your Canadian grades? That's piece of scotch tape is doing me the service of keeping germs out of my, my Thai tea. Is that like, no, you're saying by the way you're welcome for keeping those germs out of the whole. I, it's just to protect them. They don't wanna have to spill it, and I don't know. I've never experienced that so so hard. Like you're, you're like peeling at this thing and the the tape just brakes. It's something it breaks into little strings. Like I, it turns your like pulling threads of scotch tape. I'm telling you, look, why don't you kids get a job. They gotta make like Capri sun straws where you could just like they have a point to it and then you just go, bam, you know? Yeah. I mean, you can't tell me thank you. Yes, everybody applause stand while you're doing. I guess. Good idea. Shark tank mother fuckers. People come up with stuff. There just isn't enough pushback from the community. We need to focus on how hard it is for. Yeah, yeah. I know you can't complain about this stuff anymore because it's like it's like it's the world is connected in the real life became the internet, so you really can't anymore. It's fun. Even it used to Alrighty, be whiny and taboo, but you can't be like I was on my way over here and the weight person did one of these things and everyone now is just like, yeah, they make minimum wage. Fuck you. You fucking cocker. And then a bunch of people attack them. What's wrong with second cock? Nothing. I just say. If he was doing it, never mind. I just pointed Stroh good appointed. Everyone wins or like, you know, they have those. They have some of them, but they're the lids that are like legitimately sealed until you really poke. There's a circular thing like you poke right down in there and it's like ready made. And it goes, it's like riding satisfying. Gotta be what they said. It'd be a half a penny more per lid. We're all gonna get rich. What half penny at a time, just write a screen play. It's not that difficult to figure out everyone just write a screenplay and sell it and take that money. Put it into your restaurant supplies. And what we have left over. We build our radio for our land. Why do I have to spell it out for everybody? I understand how money works. Here's an island. So we had a, you got to like there was a thing that was Rebecca, right? The thing the did she want credit. She just got it. If she did write it, did the thing. The thing that you there was a thing that that that's retin we can do a performance. Some people call it a scrip. You're in Hollywood. We use your team, the no sleep team. By the way. Do you call them no sleeps the individual segments? Are they called those go, like I have to do three more no sleeps for this episode. We'll be. Frighteningly under. Run time. No, Dan, we. You don't call them no sleeps. What are you refer to him as just stories? Basically talking. Okay. She naps. Like, what are you? What are you? What are you. Everybody applauds. What do you think? Do you think rod sterling called them called them zones or just call them is like stories because it's not like you're gonna confuse them with another thing. All right. I answered my own question, but like we call them creep, shows, individual Creepshow within a creep show. It's confusing. I'm sharing this with our Canadian friend. Yeah. What what else? I guess. I saw can't disguise that as good interviewing. What else? Oh, Bob, Costas. Good job. I thought I was doing poorly, but the what else guy is here here off. I heard my question and then I like now. There's a thing. There's a thing that's been written. None of us read it. It's been written and you're, you're like, we can perform it right? We're going to perform it. No sting style, yes. We're going to do a story for you tonight. Yeah, I got. We got these these tablets, but they're locked. So I don't know how to unlock what your password. The great Alex day. Can you yell out your password in your you wanna? Could you come up. There's, yeah, we'll get some help. Alex daily gentlemen. Anyway, one of the sleeps. Sorry about that. Thanks. So as I mentioned, Dan was talking about no sleep on the show and talking about Canada and me being a Canadian and all that. So we talked to one of our famous writers, one of our best CK Walker. And if you if you don't know how many people here are fans of horror and Netflix enough to know about the upcoming series called the house, the haunting of hill house. The great CK Walker is a staff writer on that series. So we're thrilled not only that she is working with great people like Mike Flanagan and doing all these big TV series, but she still writes stories for us. And so what we decided to do or or CK did was to write a short script about Canada specifically about Canadian thanksgiving. Because our thanksgiving is next weekend. We have it earlier than you that's Buki is hell. Time when winter's what to ask questions about it, but I think we're gonna learn about. Yes, that's right. Because CK wrote the scripts with some fun, but also with some true facts about one of the people who founded Canada or at least got it off the ground many, many years ago and how it relates to thanksgiving can we is the music. Let's see what we go. You got you. Got yet. It's set up good. That's right. Yeah. All our music has fat beats. So. I get my script to. First nations. Oh, by the way, Brandon, we'll be playing the part of Jeff Davis abreast. All right here I can do this. All right. Hosmer's. So in Canada, e we've got this thing called thanksgiving there. Don't you. Hey, it's a when you do it. It works the opposite because. Well, you know, it's tradition in the motherland to tell stories of thanksgiving passed from around the world, and we do it around the holidays, of course. But today I'm in America Angeles to be specific. And since Canada's, day of things is quickly approaching. I thought I would tell you about a thanksgiving of the future. Instead a thanksgiving when I extend an invitation down south to some American friends. Brad, sound. Thanks. And just doorbells candidates. Sorry. Okay. Let us in come on David. I haven't seen my balls in ours. I don't think that has anything to do with the weather seriously. It's fucking cold. Heo boys, welcome to Canada here time. Didn't think we'd ever find the place. Well, I'm glad to see you. Did sons getting low gotta, get you inside before Dr? Packed quite a bit for a long weekend. Didn't you? Ridiculous. You travel like a woman. It's my laptop, some DVD's what it was a long flight smart. If he asked me not much to do in too cold to go anywhere, what's the temperature outside David, it's about six degrees celsius a bit of a sculpture. Can we get that and freedom units. It's like forty degrees. Thank you. Patriot. Can I get you boys a beer? I'll take one damn nice place. David smells fucking good to Turkey. Of course. There's Turkey. It's Canadian thanksgiving. It's just called thanksgiving here. You got candied yams I'm afraid not only in the US. Do they put sugar and marshmallows in their vegetables. I would love to get my hands on some Poteen know Putin. Can't buy? Nope. Nope. Nope. Thanksgiving in Canada is a bit different than in the US. How so? Other than being on a Monday. Well, here it's not just a Christmas dress rehearsal to there are traditions and rights that must be satisfied. What? Oh, you'll see, sit down, sit down, eat, eat. It's custom that the host tells the story of the first thanksgiving over the feast, though. I'm sure you're already well versed in it. I wouldn't count on that. This is great. Your juiston cook Cummings. Definitely what green stuff that the end of the table that's mushed peas. They were served at the first thanksgiving in Canada. So are you ready for the telling? Yeah, whatever you want. Just pass more of that Etienne greedy. Well, the story of the first thanksgiving start skin, fifteen seventy four with pirates named Martin Earl Butz. Pirates in this story there sure is for sure. Had an eye patch and everything loss is I- privateer for the English crown. So was your private care or a pirate? Well, he was both. The share was an Englishman who had contracts with the crown to go explore the northwest passage. But he also participated in piracy, probe assures letter of Mark, basically government license to attack England's. Enemies at sea was also fide. So he was a pirate. Yeah, basically, but in fifteen seventy four, Martin received the crowns approval to explore new routes to the Pacific Ocean through well, though he didn't get the funding Fraga share was forced to pursue financing through his friend and director of the cafe company. Michael luck America's first thanksgiving stories have way more murder, Jeff left him. Brandon showed up. Oh, Dave, Brandon. So for Oba sure, weighed anchor and took his fleet of three ships west because of some bad weather. He was pushed into Baffin island and landed in an inlet that Martin named for obese, your pay and have the first Canadian thanksgiving. It's really picking up out there. The cure is. And interestingly enough, that was not the first thanks giving because while sure was on Baffin island, he discovered gold and that was the first Canadian thanksgiving. No, not even close. You see happy with his find of Martin loaded up two hundred tons of mind goal for Bishop bay and hold it back to England to present to the Queen. He was celebrated by high society welcomed into new circles. People no longer mocked his one eye and Martin wanted more. So he requested another expedition to retrieve even more goal from Canada. He also finished petitioned to be named high Admiral of the northwestern seat. She agreed to one request, but not the other. And Martin was forced to, again, beg for financing from his friend, Michael law and the cafe company. Did he get it? Like, did he go back to Canada for more goal? He did, yes, yes. And this time he took a fleet of fifteen vessels and fine gold chain around his neck, a gift from Queen Elizabeth or self. This time the storm that hit the expedition, it was truly awesome and they limped into fro Fisher bay with a fleet of only twelve. And this was the first Canadian thanksgiving? Yes, yes, yes. Martin was so happy to make land that the four hundred men on the expedition sat down to a lovely supper of salted ham biscuits, and mushed appease mousse thing would have been more Canadian, Spencer no, no, no. Martin saw says a majestic animal larger and more powerful than a horse. He would never have thought to slaughter one for food, and that's the story of the first Canadian thanksgiving. Well, yes, but there's more much much more throw this, your mind. The goal. Old and bribes. Thirteen hundred and fifty tons of back to England. Is that an animal, it's a moose. I'm going to get another beer. So per dash, Ian rich when he got back Inc. Not exactly. Return to England with his thirteen hundred tons of gold. But when he anchored in London, he received unsettling news. The gold had brought back from Canada had been smelted at turns out, it wasn't gold at all. What was iron pyrites. Gold. Yes. And he had literal tons fro Bashir was stripped of his title shunned by the crown. The cafe company went bankrupt and Martin's friend, Michael lock was thrown into debtor's prison. Share your. Martin humiliated publicly and otherwise people laughed in his face. We never laughed. Acute one remaining. I of bad eyesight and Martin blamed Canada for the bamboos drunkenly renting that the only dignified part of that frozen hell was the enormous antler creature. We now call a. The Canadian thanksgiving. What happened next. Die during the Anglo Spanish war in France in a town called breasts. Well, admit that story is more interesting than pilgrim's eating court in the greater Boston area, but it's. It's not what else, whatever. Stories there. What about throw Beshir's applauding his corpse is part of the story. Yes, indeed, upon hearing fro pictures, death at rest. Queen Elizabeth ordered his body to be decapitated and taken back to Baffin island and varied there so that his shamed, they follow him into death. Why be well, because she did not believe for over should ever be able to hold his head high even in the afterlife savage. And it said that every thanksgiving for Obihiro wake ends from l. to climb up on his Antlers Steed. A moose is and pass through Canada from coast to coast, visiting our homes, demand piece of gold from every household. Wait, wait, wait, he's a headless horseman. I mean, moose men. Yes, exactly. I really loved today and thanksgiving. Wishes to collect the fortune of gold Canada, rob Tim o. fit clear his name exactly. That's Larry. So what do you guys do eat Yukon gold potatoes, thanksgiving or some shit. Of course not don't be tick Yetlis. We offer him gold for his harvest gold, right? So like Canadian kids Liebau gold slogger on thanksgiving night or mommy's earrings. Oh, no, no children are put to bed long before arrives, and you simply hand him the gold. Okay. What does that? What do you mean? Hand him? The gold. A moose on the porch on the fucking porch. All right. You have to hand it to them very carefully. Remember that for OB only has one eye and he will be very angry if he accidentally drops his goal, what gold. The gold you brought for thanksgiving, of course, but we didn't know we were supposed to bring gold to Canadian thanksgiving. Muffle door crash. Everybody slowly get out your gold focus, your preferred, solid metal, but sometimes we'll accept flakes or even gold wiring. I heard even once accepted a book called Churchill's gold book. Yes, yes. And actually growing up in my family, but we were very poor and some years we offered him simple, Kraft, dinner, cook to golden perfection. We don't have any gold. You fucking lunatic. It's sitting behind, it's off. This fucking well, of course it is. You listen to the story now quickly stop playing around and offer him our gold, or he will kill. We don't have any goal. What guests always bring the gold for thanksgiving. Everyone knows that guy. What if we have any. If we don't offer goal to assure on thanksgiving, then we will be massacre shrimp to death under the hooves of his Steed. It's bad as fuck. Does anybody have a Rolex, gold, Jada, wedding ring, literally anything made out of gold, what you pay me? Why don't you from your fucking EMMY Dan? Where the fuck what I have that with me, I didn't bring a forty pounds suitcase, like Jeff. I'm going to have something. Let me see. Let me let me just look. Gold. Gold. It's your lucky. It is. But if you want to say is last line. Again, I find goal goal. Gold, gold gold. Hurry, Jeff, Jeff, wherever you are hurry Brennan, he has many homes to get to his patience is thin. No, no, no, not that one. Good, good bow. Your heads in grip it tightly to drop. His vision is bad. What is it? What are you giving him Jesus? That's not gold. He may accept it. What's he doing? He's showing the DVD to assure his head. He's putting it into his bag. He's he's accepted. Holy shit. That was that was just man. Fuck Canadian thanksgiving. What DVD did you even give Jeff. Diversity of the rerelease of gold. That fucking worked was very good thinking for sure is very sensitive about his missing. I, I'm sure he would like to have a golden one. That doesn't. That doesn't even make sense. I think it does in Canada. I'm not surprised at all that focus sure accepted are down and it was very clever. Brandon. Oh Christ. What is it. Just go through my bag. And I I, I I with the DVD ho. Yeah. Wrong region. No. I get the right one back in the case. What are you saying. I'm saying the twentieth anniversary of the release of golden eye is not in, but this and that the case that I gave him well, what is in the case you gave him fuck. He's coming back. He's coming back. How much time do we have? Not much? What do we do? Cummings? Nothing. If he doesn't have the twentieth anniversary of the re release of GoldenEye, then it's already too late s- gave it to him a try. Fuck. I don't wanna die in Canada. So quiet. A run. Release. You bring my body home to the US. You hear me Cummings. Don't let them bury me in Canada. Oh, I with hold from my death screen the letter u. Because your country is so fun too. They use it too much in words like a boat. I'm ripping. I know what you're thinking, but don't worry. I do live through that particular Thanksgiving Day massacre every Canadian knows to keep gold filling in their molar rolled fro Fisher just for this very reason. Oh, and I do bring dams body back to the states, so you can rest easy about that. But I guess what you really want to know is what did skis in the case, if it isn't golden. And sure I'll tell you. It's a Razzie nominated two thousand eight. Matthew mcconaughey masterpiece cold fool's goal. All right. 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Let's let's do a big part of the podcast that I like is at least once per season you do you do these suddenly shocking episodes. Is there a term for? Is it like flash horror or is the term for the objective kind of the mini mini mini? No sleeps. Flash fiction as a common one usually stories that run three to five minutes long flash fiction, micro story micro micro horrors. All right. Let's do a couple no script tonight, and I'll play the David Cummings part. Okay. And then I don't know how we how we're going to do it because usually they're more narrated, but. I'll I'll introduce one and then and then we'll go from there. We'll make some adjustments. All right. Hit the music. I guess, I guess I'm talking to you. Yeah, hit your music. Sorry. I would've been more polite if I knew I was talking to y