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Cleared Hot Episode 101 - Brian Bishop

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Cleared Hot Episode 101 - Brian Bishop

"Episode Number One hundred one here we go today's episode of the podcast is brought to you by on it now I usually say that on it is a human human optimization platform which they are but I'm trying to think of a different way to describe this where this type of organization to people and I realized we could talk about it in terms of cars so you have your dealership and then you have the accessory shop afterwards the aftermarket shop if you will so think about yourself like a car you could be high highly performing car right out of the gates from the dealership you could be Ferrari or Lamborghini ear Mustang a corvette or whatever you're into or you could be what I learned to drive in a Volkswagen van again with the engine in the back and pretty sure that thing we had four four speeds whatever you come out of the dealership with is the base model and you could always go back to the dealership in turn your car in and get a better better based model but I guess the point is if you go to the accessory store and he parked two cars one of them is a Ferrari and one of them is the VW and you add a bunch of shiny objects to the VW them and you try to accessorize psoriasis can get new floorboards and you get shiny shifter and maybe you do a little bit of an optimization to the engine the end product is going to be based of what you bring to the accessory store accessory shop on the other side if you're the Ferrari and you get a new paint job or you get a rap or successor is it a little bit your performance still is based off what you came into the shop with the Ferrari is still going to crush the VW and you can Polish up the VW. W Van as much as you want to it's never going to perform like the Ferrari you have to focus on and you have to work on that baseline template that you bring to the accessory shop and that's exactly how I feel about on it as a lot of people who spent a Lotta time focusing on supplementation which I highly recommend but before for you do that you need to have an understanding of what you're bringing to the table if you don't have your training squared away and you rest and your recovery in your diet it most importantly you're gonNa have issues with the effect supplementation house now if you have a listening scored away and you're a Ferrari to begin begin with and he start tweaking your engine a little bit and you start working on the micro side of the house which is what I consider supplementation to be you can absolutely see a benefit and I guess the the point that I'm getting to is there are people out there who want to support the podcast and I truly appreciate that whether the listening or using the organizations uh-huh that decided to sponsor these episodes but I don't WanNa see you spending any money that you're not getting a return on investment for so before you spend money on supplementation what what you do is take the time to get yourself squared away and then he can look at things like on it which is an amazing company I was buying myself for well over two years before they became came a sponsor of the podcast once you have that dial go to honor dot com slash hot and you're GonNa look and see override of things that you can begin and your supplementation journey the landing pages got the alphabrain which is the nutro feed the MCAT oil there's a total body weight but right at the top it has everything from suppleant student attrition Tricia fitness to Apparel Divan as much as you want to but please do me a favor and do yourself a favor more importantly don't do that until you have the bigger picture dialed in trying to get as close as you can to Ferrari before you start putting chrome windows on the bad boy rear view mirrors because Crumlin does will be weird anyway that's it for today on sponsorship with podcast my guest today is Brian Bishop he's a good friend of mine happened to be passing through the area and there was no way I was going to let that happen without snapping him up sitting down and kind of talked about our lives and how they joined actually talked about that a little bit but Brian is was a marine. I don't know if you ever worry marine past most people know once a marine always marine actually one one of the things I really like about that service but I digress so he served on the record pre-nine eleven and posted experience in I believe just specifically Iraq and then after he left the military he began contracting with Blackwater and was bouncing back and forth from Iraq to Afghanistan and I will let him explain the depth of the service in what he was doing because is he went into it in depth which I found fascinating and then he talked a little bit about his post military transition as well too because beyond being a marine he's a designer he I would say he is an inventor he is a is a problem set based individual he sees in books for problems or or voids in the communities that we came from and tries to fix them it looks for solutions software hardware soft goods hard goods it's very interesting and one of the most interesting things that I think he's done in his life is he worked directly perceiving skull Oh yeah we we talked about Steven Seagal on the podcast so don't have too much of that and I'm not going to say anymore episode number one hundred one with Brian Bishop here we go gone wrong in the smoke I'm looking at danger close now churston cheers cheers thanks for those of you who are joining US visually because there is no video of this because it might get wild right you never know what can happen in here Montana I recommend that everybody check out a bottle of wine red blend called the arsonist I found it recently and I find it to be delightful it is delightful and when I go to the grocery store I make this motion which is the hand going all the way to the back of the royal scooping it scathing in towards the card scooping seven or eight bottles they mostly Wesley only have three so I grab when I can't yeah I wasn't into wine for the longest time me either I don't think guys from our community we are are big red wine connoisseurs until afterwards my mother ruined me on both wine and coffee yeah I did not I have coffee until my late twenties I used to watch the guys hovering over the pot like in the talk why what's this mystical power that coming out of that thing because because I remember a couple of my mom's copy copy coffee and it tasted I guess what all it can be you described as dog shit filtered through a jockstrap who is super dirty like very acidic in didn't WanNa try it at all and a buddy of mine slim a gateway drug one day in his back Stan at the Green Bean was iced Mocha oh we're playing chess came in and eat drink NCA- whatever this is of course the sun is setting we have nothing to do that night and he slides me and I smoke and I'm up all night like hey guys we do we think about hey let's go let's go the job let's go do something and then why and my parents always went up to northern California near Sebastian Pool where I live for years listen nice little that's a nice little community it is and you go through obviously some great wine country and we have a family friend up there who did what's called Atlanthia's David a softball game a cookout and they would always do it is blind wine tastings and I believe I never really talked to my mom that much about one before she passed but I'm pretty sure she enjoyed it very dry whine and she also it was like you can have a sip and it was so terrible to my palate the age of like probably ten or I'm just like I never want to try it again that's great battery acid the foot in my mouth ah now I'm a huge fan of a good bottle of red wine so for everybody listening I have no relationship with anybody who makes wine but check out the arsonist if you can find it it's pretty good it is good for a blend I really enjoy it I like my two favorites are like Spanish wines like temper Nieto's news and would you know a blind I'm getting I'm getting to that point where I can like I can smell it and just snot little bitch refinement man I'm trying to be civilized I honestly couldn't tell the difference between this two buck chuck but I do like our tastes it that is good how do you buy your wide in the grocery store because I have a unique strategy that has been successful nearly every time I like the scooping method when you find something you like it's definitely a bonus I liked to talk to the Somalia that's how you say it and I like to find out what's like what edit grocery store if you live close to Jackson hole so we have Somalians at the grocery store you don't there's one that works at the whole grocery they're all right if you did have access to a Somalia how would you choose your Winston I would walk and based off of my flavors and the grapes that I've liked in the past and I would look at things and I would try to stay on track with what I already know and then depending on what the grape or what the blend is I would experiment out from their minds much simpler if I like the label I but I started that's how this bottle of wine has a horseshoe soon hand-grenade on it obviously I have two by two it was okay and I have found that if it is a cool label more often than not it's a pretty cool bottle of wine I have been disappointed on occasion by by either the flavor or the fucking headache that I had the next day was not my favorite that's for real on some winds for sure we opened but talking about high level wine selection yours is more a high level you slowly as and such and I'm just looking at labels slick idiot we gotta start somewhere that's how I started I didn't know shit about wine my my ex-girlfriend's like she he was a super foodie and like paired it yeah there was pairing she could smell things and be like I taste the notes and tobacco's and those grasses in the citrus seed take notes and then she just kept talking about notes I'm like you know what I WanNa do when I hear people talking that smack it out of their hand it's like people who have taste now whiskey oh this is I can taste a hint of Sherry this must have been Sherry read oak barrel that they then used for whiskey and Mike shut up it tastes like gasoline it's horrible yeah it's burning your mouth right now which is fine because I drink whiskey for but not taste but don't sit there and tell me that tastes like chocolate because it doesn't know several times shrinking the same thing did I did I that grabbed the wrong glass because this tastes like battery acid you're talking about like the floral tobacco notes and unlike I get none of that and when I say smack at other hand it's important note I wanNA smack it up yes most people think down no you how much harder to clean with a mop on the ceiling rain came down on their fancy clothes correct and when you wet them up to put it up on the ceiling then you can drip mop water on your on their fans it's a rookie move to put it on the ground I feel like that's is an easy cleanup but if you can get a full underhand Yeah Cup to the ceiling ceiling no one's prepared for it nope and most the time it's textured which means it's GonNa Stick Dick There's GonNa be some colorations that stick up there I'm not saying full disclosure I'm not saying I actually do this but I think about it so I don't recommend that anybody actually do that but these are the thoughts that I have more often than most people I think I also have those kind of thoughts on occasion there's there's those parts of us that are not the nicest of part sometimes where we look at people and we're like I just wish he would stop breathing right now I don't I think that's a bad thing to say because some people can you stop wasting my oxygen could you just stop breathing so what brings you to Montana I have well to see you and to see a variety of people that I know up here some my insides some strong inside circle people up here there's actually the very tight network of post military people in the Flat Valley Oh yes yes this is this veteran country for sure and once once you visit here if people haven't been if you were to come here you pretty much understand immediately it's one of the most beautiful places yeah it's gorgeous here and it it's Spartan living conditions are spartan here and you can get out and get away from people relative with relative ease here which I think is extremely strongly valuable look where we are now yeah that view does not suck at all the rest of the trees cut down tomorrow morning that's happened it's more tomorrow tomorrow Yep that's good views going I mean it already is awesome it's killer the great when you get that last chunk down asking me so yeah I've got a bunch of friends appear my friend good friend of Mine Austin he is an amazing human and he was a neo de cat and he had gotta new equipment he was a free fall instructor for the community community worked at a the drops on Suffolk and he had a bad malfunction on some new gear that he was testing and den Dan and unfortunately paralyzed himself but he is a remarkable human has a great attitude about it and just is a happy you know super go lucky dude to the point where like he he's so happy at almost makes me a little nauseated sometimes I have had that experience experienced it actually it really surprised me my first team leader when I went to the east coast provided for me well well before that example of positivity in the face of something that most people would probably crumble in front of when I look back at the most impactful people that I've ever worked for like taught me leadership lessons the absolute apex and he was an e. seven or eight at the time usually they're senior seven or a junior e. eight at the time so he he was a team leader not not just eighteen but that was this is position the team leader in HP I know so and you know the story he's an amazing person very amazing person and I don't know the exact details details of how many deployments don but he basically to nutshell it got out scot-free when it came to injuries and found a job in the arms space manufacturing space outside but also is contracting with alphabet soup agency in for my understanding on his first deployment appointment like the first week steps on a pressure plate ad I believe ones below the knee and one is above and both that dude is is the most positive dude like it just you know and I've talked to him about it and they actually reconnected after that happened I got the news like he was flown down to candidate and I guess they used every every drop of blood that they had that matched his and I guess he crashed a few times on the Table Cup multiple tournament kits on each leg and I finally reconnected with him on the phone when he was still in the hospital Oh and there was absolutely zero sense of home you know have pity for me like I can't believe this happened to me he was pumped to be alive he's like hey andy what's going on how are things in your life yes it actually fucked me up to me in so he's incredibly positive thankful be alive thinking about the future and not wasting a second worrying about why was I had a guy who stepped on this ordeal across the pressure plate is unbelievable Yeah Yeah I love that in people why can't people have that I don't know I actually and I'm talking about myself because I know I will slide to the pessimist side the house I'd like to say I'm not a realist right which is just a justification for repeat customers vacation it's just is to tell myself to try to convince myself that I'm not an asshole sometimes I often get called an asshole I think it's why we get along so well well the people you know what it's actually actually didn't plan this but it's the perfect segue because I think your first impression of me might have been down those lines so you might as well tell the story of how we met which I don't remember having this situation happen but it does sound like something I would do oh you definitely did it all right uh yeah so I got into like I had gotten off active duty you know five I started contracting like literally within days of like you getting off active duty and then got into this new thing that I got introduced to called Cross it which at that point two thousand five never heard of it it and so guys on our team we're doing it and I didn't know what it was it was awesome because it would kick your ass and you could get good workouts done pretty quick which I liked from a time management perspective so I came back from deployment and I was living in Temecula at the time and I found this gym called overload fitness pollen Jordan graphs Jim I know well yeah good people it's uncanny the number of people that we know in common yeah yeah and so we've walked in some circles right next to each other didn't even realize it I I mean they're my friends and you just happen to know them but that's okay probably was training with them before they were even a real affiliate but that's okay whatever I met them I one day before Oh you did they like me before you that's what they told me because I'm ginger and everybody hates gingers so yeah I got to train them in their in in their gym and learned the INS and outs of cross it and then over time let's say it was like two thousand nine I felt like I was ready I felt like I'd earned my place after three years of crossing cross fitting consistently to go get my level one cert- other people not so much apparently it's okay to do level ones if you've only been cross fitting for like a week and a half now so like I said when I worked for was doing the seminars one of the questions that we asked every time at the beginning of that was anybody here never actually experienced across it worked out right because of the risk of Rabbo obviously yeah and of course in a group setting with adult males that's the perfect opportunity to give yourself wrapped oh oh it is no exposure exposure to the stimulus and however I'm surrounded by people who appear to be a type let's go hard and the pain yeah very hard in the paint yeah so then I think we were we're going through the seminar you were there who else Nicole who's in Colorado right steelers there yeah it was at the law enforcement or the the State Police Academy and Golden Dip and so we were there and we were I think Fran was the last workout we had to do out of the workouts there for the seminar and so oh I had never done Fran prior to the seminar should describe it for those who are not crusted familiar yeah so fran is a it's a it's a wad her workout of the day that is this exercise called thrusters which is you've got a barbell and you basically squat down and push it over your head and then it's twenty twenty one thousand nine ripped you do twenty-one thrusters than twenty one pull ups than you do fifteen thrusters fifteen pull ups and then nine thrusters nine pull ups and and that rep count doesn't seem very high but that combination of like that amount of work will destroy smash you ninety five pounds traditionally additionally for men and it was sixty five seventy seventy five for women and also that weight doesn't set the alarm bells off a lot of people well no but it actually is one of the most well for me at least heinous workouts that reps scheme because it about fifteen you think you can push your way through on the first set and then at about nine on the second set you thinking can push away through and then you're just in hell for the nine set yeah you feel like you're GonNa die and so I was I'd never done it prior to the seminar and somebody came in like they're like hey for your for your Sir you're GonNa have to do this workout and I was like look at it and so the night attempted it a couple of times in the gym I and I just got fucking annihilated by and I think what was your first time on it oh like sixteen minutes or something like that I think and I think back then a benchmark sub-10 yawn the fastest people I think were maybe sub for right and for some context in the modern day I've seen people do it sub sub two and I've also seen people do three times back to back to back sub eight Oh God dot makes me WanNa throw up in my mouth yeah there's some remarkable humans out there so anyway gutting out this workout and I was in the middle of Nicole is kind of standing there and she was cheering me on and to this point I'd like doc I got sixteen minutes the first time and then like fourteen and then I got I think I got down to like twelve before came to the seminar but anyway I'm setting I'm dying and I'm I'm like in the middle of my like second like fifteen and I'm dying and I'm like hands on my knees thinking I might vomit Nicole Nicole is sitting there cheering me on I look up I'm like man she's hot she's also really super positive in this is awesome to have someone that's cool like cheering me through this workout 'cause I a really WANNA throw up and die right now and then I wrapped up that lasts that middle set and I'm starting my my nine and rusting again hands on knees starting I was going to die and you came by and I remember just CDs like feet walk up in front of me and I neither dude feet and so then I looked up and you're standing there looking standing over me and you look down and you're like maybe this isn't for you and then you just turn them walked off and I was like I hate that motherfucker I want to kill him and then that enraged me and so powered through that last bit of nine that lasts seven nine and then I think I did go outside and vomited all over the place and then I went and got to drink water and I came back and then just for the rest of the seminar I wanted to take a barbell and just throw it through your body thor I wanted to spare you fucking barbell because I hated you so much in that moment I was like fuck is this motherfucker I want to kill him right now but I did pr because you because I know people and how to connect you to get the best performance I should've Said who who your instructor some which is what I my day job was at that time so I do not remember saying that to you however like I said it's one hundred percent chance that I did say that yeah but my day job during that time here was buds instructor so I probably was just in kind of neutral coasting around pretending like I was working yeah and that was that that was how I was how we met and then what was funny is that you didn't remember that I remembered you but she's not remember me I was very unremarkable apparently so then fast forward aw I think like four years ago I was I got brought on five eleven to do media stuff and like be an ambassador take photos and stuff which I was extremely still very uncomfortable with like transitioning out of what we've done for work like you're very per sec mind you know personal security minded very operational security minded you hate social media you don't like it's bizarre to be on the side of the camera that is actually being captured opposed to the other side right and I I did not care for it so I I mean I still struggle with it as do I to this day like I'm yeah I still struggle with it so I started doing something five eleven pretty consistently got to know Cisco and of course Tom Really well and then I was working with Air Katzenberg over there who's her media director and I came to shot show and they're like hey man how's it going talking to Erik and he's like come on upstairs to the crow's nest and so he's like can you ever met any stumpf and at that time I didn't know what your last name was perfect your your face was burned into mind seared into my brain but I didn't know what your name your last name was and so because otherwise as you likely wouldn't have come up and I've heard yes you're right and I've heard I've heard your name before in you know in circles and so I but it didn't I didn't put the name face together so we walk up the stairs and you were leaning over like looking out at the crowd doing what we what we participated in afterwards how would you describe grabbed the shot show before we describe this interaction because what I was doing is my favorite thing to do at the shot show right picking out the posers sniping the posers those yeah it's it's the he shot stand for shooting and hunting outdoor trade show and it's massive I mean it's the super bowl of the defense tactical hunting industry like it's it's it's hard to describe every gun manufacturer ever every periphery old piece of gear holster hard goods soft body armor helmets it's nods emerging technologies it's three floors and then there's like separate suites ever meetings and there are would you say a hundred thousand people more at at that at least that number maybe more but it's it's an it's insanity but it's also it collects a high number of tactical assholes correct as far as yeah I can see there's we're talking multi cam as far as the I can see I've seen people walking around in complete and full tactical gear yes who have never had a Elyo first responder military background at all yes they actually shouldn't be there there used to I guess there's an issue with the badges it's point because they would just get to know somebody brand so they'd get vendor badge edge but they're really they're just to get free shit damn they want us to gift bag they're going around and the things that I've seen go down there with like the arguments that I had like I had a a good friend of mine that I worked with overseas that was you know army special show mission unit side of the House and him and I were talking like about you know he pulled me off line we're having a conversation about their current like weapon platform and what was going on with that and you know this guy comes up and he's in one of those like automatic wheelchairs and has a flannel shirt on and his gut is hanging hanging out of the bottom of his shirt any has smells like you didn't hadn't showered for like a year at least and he came steering his a little electric chair that he's sitting on a wheelchair his wheelchair that's driving around because he's just too fat and lazy to walk and he hears he basically basically comes up and I see him but I'm not like doing anything yet and I'm talking to my buddy and he were talking about this weapon platform and this guy like almost hits me with his chair and it was like I heard you guys talking about that gun and I'll tell you what the bushmaster ar fifteen best God damn rival that's ever been invented Ed and I'm like Okay Yeah how do I want to handle this right now so I was polite aired on the side of politeness even though I wanted to throw chop up and walk away I was like yes yup. Ar didn't want to argue with him Bush degree Bush masters are awesome yeah I only ten of them Oh yeah amazing a gun and so those are the types of people that are running around that show like you got only one thing about that wheelchair description and that is the gift gift bags that are hanging by both armies which brings us to the catwalk right so the crow's nest so we're in the crow's nest I walk up the stairs and turn and I couldn't see your face because you were you had your back to me and you were like leaned over the rail hunched over the Rail Lake eyeballing all the tactical assholes and I Walk Cup Eric is like Hey Andy and you turn around and then that's when I saw your face and I'm like this motherfucker why does it have to to be this thing but I was I was like Oh hey man nice to meet you even though I knew exactly who you are and secretly I was like contemplating stabbing you throwing you off the side of the crow's nest but then we hung out and we gotta talk for a minute and connected and then we ganged up on all the tactical assholes and had a really great time making fun of everyone and then that's where I was like okay this guy might not be so bad after all he's Kinda my flavor the human so I might actually change my opinion of him that's how we met and got reconnect connected and since then it's been a better tale for sure definitely definitely yeah definitely that that show I called Shit show and many many people do call shit show yeah it's cool to reconnect because there certainly are legitimate intimate people there I guess in a goalie I just say it seems like there's far less legitimate people there than just the people who WanNa poke around and look you can't actually buy anything there that's the interesting thing now it's not there's no money while there's not supposed to be I'm sure there are deals being made but it's under the auspices that you're basically it's the trade show you're gonNA show are you what's coming up in the next new products buyers are coming in from all of the huge you know retailers and they are looking at all of the new product and then they're putting an order sheets it's for whatever they want order for the next for that for whatever the product is released which traditionally like if you're showing things at shot show if you're good company company and you have your shit together you're looking at a cue to launch so like Asia all the other products are gonNA start shipping there's one there's still a sector of individuals they're hesitant to like Ehrmann directly but I'm going to because I feel like it's right and it's the Goddamn Israelis oh Oh yes who walk around they're fully fucking cammo doubt talking about their secret tactics only seem to work in Israel right you're talking about how it's completely stupid to have a round chambered in your pistol because you have plenty of time to I want a little bit of a rampage with tactical asshole in my a personal page on a shooting school on the West Coast about they were demonstrating tactics that I've seen on a dance floor oh I remember ember that yes I was doing a little bit I did some remixing limit of my technological ability to editing edits we're tight the music you out oh yeah it was good but what's crazy is that they're serious and that's a scares me about not as that organization even though for some reason that particular opinion the ground seems to have this gravity pulls people in and they're willing to accept tactical guidance that to me doesn't make any sense and I'm not saying I'm a tactical expert but the things that they claim that they're special mission units do I have seen fail in real life but it just doesn't make sense to me but people get fooled by that one I think more than any other one I can't figure out why they're also really great at ripping off our own IP and selling it back to us but then we're just dumb for for buying back to you know I mean that's kind of on us I can name a few companies right off the top of my head right now there are Israeli owned and they love to walk around at shot show and poach here's here's the deal you can you can go deep with this you want this is the Internet okay well good I mean I would hate to throw anybody under the bus but Russian to a really good job of stealing shit and selling it back to us yeah and then you look at that that space in shot and I go back I've been back already we've been hit up to go back this year. The technological advances are in the single digit percentile for sure I haven't seen anything that's like lightyears beyond but perhaps that also so wouldn't be the place to to demonstrate those things but man the really cool shit always gets seen behind closed doors as it should and I hope that that always maintains that way where it's tested did only at the special mission units or you know I mean it's I would much prefer to be that way yeah yeah they've got some I've seen some stuff behind some some closed-door demos was that I was like Oh awesome and I got to like I knew about panels like I think two or three years before they anybody else before they were on zero dark thirty thirty and everybody was like Oh that's the new hotness it's the documentary about Bin Laden raid yes good that's hundred percent accurate from that's what they say on the street that would actually be a good candidate for Tactical Aso it was review I need to get back on demand obviously some some life circumstances gotten away but I have under siege for the first one lined up also already have the notes taken for that perfect it's so catastrophically had a strong bad and then somebody sent me the link to a movie called the Silver Strand Oh which stars Rob Lowe Oh we're actually wanted to watch it tonight after after we pick up Evan okay perfect it opens with a monologue and is a man driving a convertible over the coronado bridge in camouflage BANDANNA ooh ooh do rag he's got a do rag owners it's band band so headband no it's fully float like it's got a full covering okay so yeah he's got tied in like a do configure yeah and my theory on that quite frankly if you see a grown man wearing a camouflage man Danny should just strike him in the face as hard as possible maybe a couple of times the acting it is so incredibly bad they do an extract their own a sniper mission somehow of course it's two officers what are the odds of that they're on a sniper militia force officers do independent operations like that all the time and they're moving around so the people on the beach get glint of their scope and so they do an extract powered I parachute but here's the beauty when they do the turns and the powered parachute it sounds like zero diving so that awesome we have to watch it okay I don't know if we'll make it three but we could just you know we should do some of the tactical asshole episodes as we should do a panel of people we should like what I wanna do an and I'm gonNA already talked to Him Bryan callen the comedian who knows Oh yeah absolutely fuck all about anything tactical but he will try to sell you down the river on his prowess e is a funny funny mother he is so what I'm GonNa do is get together a bunch of scenes I will play them get his feedback and then mock not only the scene but also Brian while he's sitting next to me perfect I think it's internet solid solid gold. Yeah and I told Brian about he's like Oh we should absolutely do that because he likes to make fun of himself more than anything else yeah solid dude for sure yeah he's awesome so we have to go backwards at some point point because we're just basically talking about the last few years where did you grow up in what led you into the military and I'll let you describe your service whatever terms that you want to you're GonNa love this story are two I grew up down the road in Casper Wyoming and had my eyes set Iran with the wrong crowd for a long time time guys started getting busted doing stupid stupid shit and I remember like one of the things the last kind of the last straw for me was like this north face jacket heist that occurred at the mall that I got invited to participate in and my just my sixth sense was like not I'm GonNa you know what I'm GonNa sit this one out no thanks guys I'm GonNa Awesome we'd I'll see you later and they went to the mall and pull off this heist and stole about six jackets six or seven seven nine hundred dollar deal gortex jacket because I believe at that time like North face building them in the US and they were like retarded expensive for that time frame because this was like ninety the three ninety two ninety three somewhere on there so they pulled this is often and they were stupid and they wore the jackets to school the next day and so the rear criminals they got caught on a mall cam like in the parking lot not even in the store they were clever enough they did something to obscure the camera in the store store or can distract the staff that were working in there so they could pull this off and then they got caught on a parking lot cam like throwing you in the trunk and so then of course warm to school the next day and they police promptly showed up and arrested all of them and they all got charged and sent off to this nice little juvie ranch that's in northern Wyoming Cold War in up in a town called Worley and it is not a place you WanNa be if you're fifteen sixteen years years old which were Kim Yeah like imagine a Gulag Soviet Gulag for for kids do bad things that's kind of how it is up there I was super glad that that those kind of awakening point for me for like okay you need to really reevaluate your life choices at this point I was snowboarding a lot and end got hooked up with a company and up and coming company that You know saw me hung out with me I I you know basically saw me ride and they were like hey you rip on that thing why don't we if you tell you what if you can go to these camps and they wanted me to go to a camping camping Alaska and then they wanted me to go to a camp at like hood a summer camp and then they're like this next season if you go to the summer camps and then you come back and compete and you can get at least top five in any competition you enter and they had a list of competition they want me and they're like we'll put you on our team and then from there you can grow into a pro slot if you're good enough and I was super pumped but in the camps that they wanted me to go to are like super expensive they're fiber peace now my parents like I was raised you know super-conservative on a ranch ranch you know small little seven ranch where we had every animal known to mankind ended four H. and Rodeo and all that Shit and my the parents were just not they thought for a long time like I'd strayed from Rodeo Club I quit doing for age I was like running listening to Punk rock music like skateboarding boarding with my friends and like my parents were mortified they were mortified were convulsing and mortar mortification so they nights stepped up and I'm like hey snowboarding hey this thought they were like Nah Nope we're not paying for that and that is a waste of money and they were not supportive at all and so then I did the math because I think minimum wage was four twenty five or four dollars and fifteen cents at the time and I started calculating how many dishes I would have to wash in order to pay for two five five thousand dollar summer camps. This wasn't going to happen that kind of crush my soul and I was really upset about that because I really wanted that opportunity city and I felt like it was amazing super passionate about snowboarding and not so not so passionate about school hated school and then what happened was in my midst of realizing that I wasn't GonNa go to this summer to my snowboarding dreams were not going to be realized and I was super upset what about it a good friend of mine came to me and he brought me a book called Rogue Warrior and I read that book Richard Marchinko Richard Marchenko and I read that book and I was instantly like this is what I'm doing and I consequently read every other book and then I just started doing research and I started reading every book about S- Navy Seals in Vietnam and so yes Ma'am with green faces in with green faces point man What else I think Patches Watson wrote point man he was like Marcinkus point man in Vietnam but anyway I started reading every single book I could read about seals in Vietnam so super excited I run down to the navy recruiter and I'm a junior in high school Mike Hey I want to join the navy and he's like cool what do you want to do and I'm like I want to be a seal and he just laughed and I was like no I'm serious and he's like okay needs story here's what we'll do for you we will make you a diver and we've got a program called the Di Fare Program and if you you here's what you'll do you'll join the navy you'll go to boot camp you'll go to your school which is diving you'll pass that then at after you pass that you'll be given opportunity to take the screener for buds if you pass the screener for buds and they give you orders then you'll go to buds and then good luck because it's got a super high attrition rate and so I was like okay cool what do I need to do and how do I should start training and so gave me a training regiment and so I pretty much like cut out all my stupid nefarious activities in high school and I started like I joined the you know we we didn't have a swim team we had a swim club where we just basically training and compete against each other and so I started doing that and then I got on the cross country team and I was playing soccer and then I was like taking doing like to gym in classes my senior year to just get ready for this but anyway I go to my finally go to maps and I'm I've have made it through everything except for physical in for my physical I go signed my navy contract so then what happens is I mean they're getting undressed and I'm wearing like old beat up pair of my like Adidas Sambas war for indoor indoor soccer but then I also like skateboard them they're just beat down and duct taped up and I had some because they're so worn out I put some doctor sholls stretch the life out of him a little bit more because because they were broken down and they would hurt my feet if I like warm too long because there's flat you know the Navy doctor sees me getting undressed and he's like what are you what under those and he looks at my doctor sholls and I'm like Oh you know I just wear those because these shoes are just really old and broken down and this was Clinton era which I think pretty sure you join same same time six yeah same timeframe so yeah you signed up ear after I did so I guess that means I'm a little more patriotic than you did you get any year before me or did you to sign the paperwork before me no I actually was in boot Camp I was out of boot camp by I graduated February of ninety six to August I minus six yeah so the anyways it they basically were like no you're disqualified because they were trying wendy do because of Clinton era downsizing they were trying to like they were trying to cut purposely trying to cut people for whatever reason it could so then Mike Recruiter was super pissed now now he's like you're going to have to go see a doctor and you're GONNA have to go get we're GONNA put in a waiver package for you but you gotta go do all these they say fluffy fluffy and fluffy so I had permanently you disqualified stamped on my first trip to maps oh so you're in the same same same boat okay cool yeah high blood pressure a wow I don't don't have consequently been up all day you know doing all the tests I was a young man and yeah I probably had a higher heart rate and I you for whatever reason the nurse probably wasn't he wasn't even nervous pose a Cormon take my blood pressure it registered higher than their normal threshold which freaked me the fuck out so the next two times I took it I failed and they stamp permanently disqualified and I'd WanNa be since I was eleven so I'm just I'm was shattered bag shit right just crying my dad's there with me my dad had served in the navy he's just like in the waiting room when I come out and just here's and he's like what's what's going on I explained to my show in the paperwork he's just like negative and just storms back upstairs have maps Nice for dad yeah starts starts demanding answers because he had some understanding the navy and the military system and the dogs like well he's on permanently disqualified we just he's going to have to come back and go see a doctor doctrine get some test on it I'm like okay when did all that and came back and it was fun good now good first exposure to trying to enlist in the military no not at all and so I I think for me I was like I was shattered to know this is what this is who I am this is what I'm doing this is what my path is and nope didn't happen and so then I went back and I got went to the I went to my doctor he looked feed he's like crazy your feet or fine here's a letter I'm Marie to a podiatrist so I went to a podiatrist same thing Deiontrez like you've got the most healthy feet I've ever I've seen their smoking crack here's a here's a letter here's some xrays here's your you're fine you can definitely sign up for the military so then I took those things back to my recruiter gave them to him and and then I went into this weird holding pattern where he's like okay well we've got to send us to headquarters navy it's got to be approved it's gotta come back and when it's approved and we can send you back down to maps will that was in the middle of my junior year so then I went the rest of my junior year had to go to summer school because cut so many classes I think I had like one hundred twenty absences or something like that doc because I cut so much class to go snowboarding so I had to go to summer school went to summer school still nothing I was checking in with him like every other week is my is my were done who is my waiver done he's like shut up Yep I will call you when it's done and I said okay so then I go into my senior year and this new kid shows up and he was from Hawaii and and he comes into my food class and was cody Cody Carol and he his dad was the Marine Corps recruiter in town and so he comes into my class he's like I just moved here and he's really cool kid loved punk rock music loved Skateboard I was like yeah you're my type of people so start hanging out with him I went to his invited me to his house I help to move in and he was a couple years younger than me so met his dad and his dad's like what are you doing with yourself and I'm like I'm going to be a navy seal and he just laughed yeah sure you are good the response yeah sure you are and I said no really I am and he's like and so didn't even pitch me the Marine Corps say anything about it at all all and so then went through the rest of my senior year still no waiver done so here I am graduating and still no waiver done and and so then I had to take a summer job so I went and worked at this gold mine that my at the time girlfriend's dad was working I got me the job there for the friends and family thing basically being labor and Shoveling Bert into sifters and wheelbarrows and cl- clearing clogged pumps in the mind and just doing labor that was not a great time and and so it it sucked and so I but I made the money I make great money I was making like fourteen dollars an hour and going from like that's pretty awesome the late nineties yeah so yeah I was I was thought I was balling you know had saved up I saved all my money and then at the end of the summer my time was over and so I went to so I went back home and I get back home to Casper from Nevada or northern Nevada whereas working for the summer I call my crew hey where's my paperwork Oh oh yeah hey man I'm sorry I forgot to call you check it out here's what's going on I've got good news and bad news and I was like Oh God I was like what's the what's the good news we found your paperwork work and I was like what do you mean found it and he goes well you know got mixed up with some other stuff in maps in Denver and they didn't Ford they didn't Ford it to headquarters navy got shoved in a drawer but the good news is found it the bad news is it's still gonNA take a little more time and I can probably get you in the navy in like two or three more months and I was like wrong answer yeah Raja that and I walked out the door and I was like fuck you and I was pissed and I went down to the Marine Corps recruiter and talk to Cody's Dad I'm like hey here's what's going on I've been waiting for like I don't know eighteen nineteen months for this waiver and they lost my paperwork than they found it and now they're telling me it's going to be another two or three months and I don't want to wait that long to get into marine or ended the military so I was like what are you what do you guys have like Navy seals and of course he was like well every marine's a rifleman look at this and he showed me the bootcamp video and I was like I gotTa admit at the time like watching guys walk around and like do close order drill cracker Jack's versus like wear camouflage and shoot machine guns and crawl under barbed wire yes so much more attractive than Navy boot camp one is more appealing than the other way more so I was like this is more in line with what I want to do this right out of the gate like I'm going to be shooting machine guns right out of the gate versus who knows when in the navy more than likely never right more than likely number so yeah so I was like okay yes please and then I was like what else do you have and he showed me the recon video and I was like Oh yeah behind enemy lines this is awesome this is awesome I'm so wanted on this yes and so I I was like okay I gave him my letters because he needed to like clear with headquarters Marine Corps and so he got my like copies of my doctor letters and all that that stuff send it off and then two weeks later he's like okay cool got your job though three eleven congratulations and so I signed up as a infantryman in the United States Marine Corps four and was off to boot camp and great I excelled I graduated as squad leader and then I thought actually to be honest with you because I was preparing for seals heels and buds like I was in way better shape when I went to boot camp and so I thought boot camp was not as bad as everybody else did like there's people that got their souls crushed at Marine Corps boot camp and I was like I've been running running and swimming like a fucking maniac with my hair on fire so I don't I'm I'm this is not hard there were people who were legitimately crying themselves to sleep in Navy boot camp which is an order of magnitude I have to imagine less stressful than the Marine Corps boot camp and you get all types it's a melting pot for sure some people came in prepped and I don't think it was hard at all other people were understanding how solid fits into your diet for the first yeah yeah we had we had our fair share to so then graduated bootcamp went to check in its second Battalion Fourth Marines I went to an infantry company there and spent about two months before I started figuring out like this isn't like Navy Seals Shit doesn't like the Navy seals this isn't this recon stuff that I saw I had no idea what recon like I barely knew what it was didn't know how to get into it didn't know anything about it but then I was like going to the Chow Hall one day there was a flyer on the door for scout sniper selection and I was like what's this and then I started talking to some people in my company money and they were like yeah that's the those are the snipers and I was like Oh cool so they're not like us and they're like no they do recon and sniper stuff and they're super high speed and it was like awesome sign me up so I called talk to the section leader of there and I'm like I gotta go you know I wanna come over and take selections so he said Okay so I did and I went and took a two weeks election and I think I was like the early told me I was like the first a private you're the first private to pass this two years so psyched but then the bad ad part about that was then I got into a platoon very senior marines that we're all in CEO's and a private so I became the thrash toy for the platoon and just got fucking fucking annihilated on it sometimes for pure entertainment purposes of course yeah and so I got strong really really fast and so oh I did that that's like telling Marines and then felt like I needed to get out so I got out I met a girl of course and she was like I don't like this military stuff you should get out and I was like well yeah and at that time is Clinton era stuff and there's nothing going on and nothing very high speed anyway for anybody really we so I was like okay cool I'm I'M GONNA go check out civilian life for a while so I got out went back I moved to Colorado and lived in in and around all over Denver and like in the mountains above Denver and got back into snowboarding reconnected with my snowboarding roots and then just still kind of trying to find myself and didn't know what I liked and got a job like with with an armored car company transporting money from the Federal Reserve Oliver Colorado delivering it to Oliver Denver entering its banks and and that was Kinda cool cool but just worked us to death and we were not making a lot of money and they weren't paying us good overtime so I got introduced to some guys that were doing construction and so I started doing industrial construction and not was cool in the money was great and overtime was great and so that was good for a while but I just I was missing something I missed the military I didn't have how good I didn't feel good about life I didn't feel very fulfilled in Philly I felt like I didn't -CCOMPLISH my goals you know and so I wanted wanted to come back in and so I went to the recruiter's and of course they were like even even though I got out with an R. E. One Alpha real code honorable discharge some awards and alkaloids for doing stupid training things that we did you know words for nothing like they were like you got out you're you're a traitor he'd be literally called me a traitor did they really yeah literally the recruiters like your trader why would we want you back then it is a different era now yeah I was like well I just wanted to kind of live my life and explore some stop maybe you wouldn't have to send me through boot camp again the money that you invested in me is still good I go back and re interface with some other life skills maybe mentor some younger people I don't know yeah would they want you back a force multiplier and so they were like well we're going you're gonNA have to write an essay and we're GONNA have to put you in front of a board and so while I was waiting for this to happen I got a job offer down in Atlanta Georgia doing construction field engineering apprentice work work which is a step up from where I was doing construction form and stuff so I was like okay cool I'm GonNa take this opportunity I went down to Atlanta and was doing the construction field engineering stuff and yeah I think I was like three months into that and I was at Decatur University doing the we're doing the science building for Decatur University which is just it's a northern suburb of Atlanta China and so I'm I'm there and I'm like doing the layout for the for the Observatory telescope for to pour the concrete pedestal and so they I got a text from my mom and she's like plane hit a building and I was like what she's like yeah plane hit a building and it's on the east coast somewhere and I was like mom why bother me I'm at work right now like I I didn't say that to her but I was like okay I'll I'll check it out at one time on my lunch break about fifteen minutes later she's like no this is really serious you need to go check this out are you okay like I know you're on the east coast down in Atlanta this is happening but mom was worried so I I am like okay cool I looked at my watch it was almost morning break time so I go down to the I go down to go down the climbdown scuffling four floors go out to the to the superintendent trailer roll the Superintendent and a site manager and all the field engineers were hanging out at I I walk in and of course they had a TV in there and all of them are crowded around at night elbowed my way in between them just in time to see the second plane hit the second tower and I knew then immediately I'm like Oh this is terrorism because you don't accidentally fly planes into buildings and so I looked at Andy who is our superintendent and I was like we should probably shut the site down and go home for the day because is attacking up on the east coast we don't know what's going to happen like this is really really bad and he was like okay so I ran home and got front of the TV just in time to see the Pentagon go down and then Yeah all the chaos that ensued they locked Atlanta Down Because the Bank of America Tower is there and so we were everything city was locked down for a few days and then I think a week after the attacks rink were calls me back and they're like hey role itself we said we needed to do you don't need to do that anymore so I came back and then check in Third Battalion First Marines at Camp Hilton and sniper for platoon was filled up at the time so they sent me down to the boat ride company so I went down to the Raider Company and was the chief Scout Summer from you and did that whole me rotation patient which I couldn't figure out why like all of us were pissed off because should cracked often is going on in Afghanistan and we're doing WESTPAC and we're like shouldn't we mean in Afghanistan right now and we're like okay well maybe the Mu because the mu before us was pulled had had had supported the first opening stages of the of the you know the invasion of Afghanistan and we we went in start taking care of business so anyway that didn't happen we did that whole all deployment to WESTPAC training based operations we're floating back home pissed that we didn't stop and Afghanistan couldn't figure out why and I remember our company Commander Joke learfields not a great human I don't know maybe he's better now when he was a captain here's a fucking asshole gets us in front of he gets us in a formation on the on the flight deck and he was like Hey I just want to let you guys know that whatever we choose to do whatever company in each or whatever the president chooses for us to do in Iraq I support his decision and we're going to execute anything that we need to do their to the best of our ability and and I remember looking over at one of my buddies 'cause we're in school circle around him on the flight deck and I'm like Iraq and he's like yeah I'm like did he mean Afghanistan things like I don't know and we didn't think anything about about it and then he was like enjoy your leave gentleman and really enjoy yourselves so I went home on leave and it took twenty six days eight days eight days into it they were like emergency recalled an emergency recall back and then literally four days later I was back on a ship steaming back towards the Middle East and we invaded Iraq and I got to like so then we're picking up basically the generation kill timeframe frame and so I got to do the invasion got to experience what combat really is got to get in some major major shit like we weren't too far away from you guys when you were rescuing Jessica Lynch dip I mean we were same same neighborhood same area now I'm sure and down I mean that's nauseous where I got my cherry busted and we had a thirteen hour gunfight holding the MS are open so that the rest of the new and so the or the rest of the division could push Bush all the assets through so like we got into a really good for a good solid thirteen hours and then got pushed we pulled out and linked up north of the city and and then continue to push from there but that was that was that was my first time getting having bullets flying my my face so yeah and so did the invasion evasion of Iraq came back trained up did came MAC got redeployed back to Iraq and during right before we deployed I got ta I got signed some I was the platoon sergeant for the platoon and what happened was we got signed I think six weeks before we took off I got a brand new butter bar lieutenant who was not a great human I got a a drill instructor fresh off of you know the drill field who was our new platoon sergeant and so they bought me down to this job that I had which is called platoon guide and it's a worthless shit job for you basically the assistant platoon bitch like your this system platoons hard and you have to do all the stuff that he doesn't want to do or is that he's too lazy to do then you're also mentoring the squad leader so you're in this weird word purgatory position where you're to senior squad leader but you're too junior to be a platoon sergeant so you're just in this weird billet and I didn't like it and so the regiment came down and I think three or four weeks after we got into country and and ripped out with the First Battalion Fifth Marines and they said we're looking for volunteers they wouldn't tell us what it was but I knew whatever it was had to be better than what is currently doing so I volunteered for it and they pulled me in and brought me to the regiment and they I was with a couple of other the marines and then they couldn't find there was two of us that were sergeants in the rest of us were corporals and they couldn't they couldn't find enough sergeants to fill all the bill it so what was they wanted wanted training team a foreign internal defense like that was the first part of First Marine Regiment who was in command of the battlespace amfar forming up a training and task force for the to train all the Iraqi army and Iraqi soft guys the beginning of the partner for yeah that was basically started kicking off because prior to that Paul Bremmer disband everybody which I'm it's my opinion that that was what sparked really the insurgency really hard is when you have a bunch of people that were career soldiers that needed to get paid and take care of their families and they wanted to come back to work and primer basically told him to fuck off they still have of skill set and they used it for sure for the bad guys because bad guys were paying and that was not a great decision but nonetheless like all the new candidates we train them and I did that for five months trained trained Iraqi army and prior to that like going into that I knew you I didn't have the skill set for that and it and it was real mind fuck because I was like I'm just killing these dudes six months ago and now I have to train them now I have to live with them I'll have to work with them I have to be nice to him and I knew that was really hard for me and I knew I didn't have the skill set to try and tackle that out of the gate so I mean I didn't even you know where to start so would I did know that there was an army either special mission unit or a that it was there on our camp because they had this little separate compound almost right across from our Chow Hall there was all fenced off and guys with beards and ball caps and t-shirts going in and now they're all the time so I was like okay those that's where that's that I need to go talk to those guys so I went bang on the gate and this dude came out beard bulk up looks at me what the fuck do you want I'm like can I talk to your in your league team sergeant or somebody he's like what do you want and I'm like yeah I just need to talk to somebody I just need to and he's like what the fuck you want don't make me repeat myself and I was like okay I'm sorry and I told them who I was and I told him what I got tasked House with and I was like I have no fuck I know this is what you guys do what you specialize in I have no fucking clue what I'm doing and he laughed at me and he was like come on in here and so he brought me in and it was you know super cool after that took me and introduced me to his team sergeant and I told him the same thing told the story and he's like okay I got ya come here after evening Chow every night for the next week before or we fire back up our ops and I've got this week that I can help you and I'll I'll sit down with you and give you the highlights of what you need to do and he did he did a great job and I took a shit shipton notes and he basically you know laid out yeah I went to one and laid out the importance of Lake Rapport building and relationship building and uh-huh customs and courtesies and culture and like the importance of like learning language to even be able to communicate with them and so I immediately we went to the Intel shot to shop got as much Iraqi language basic books could in like discs and stuff and then went and tried to start learning the language right away and then to turn Oh yeah three weeks later when we stood up the unit started training our first class and like those basic skill sets uh paid dividends huge dividends and so I got to basically be the the training detachment and chief instructor and we trained Iraqi army for five months and then we got detached they shut everything down because the second Felicia was going down verse one got stopped early because of politics and they pulled everybody out and you know then the Iraqis were supposed to go in and do something about it and they didn't because they were cousins with all of these insurgents sergeants and so things got worse the attacks got worse the ID's got worse everything got worse Madison was like fuck this we're going to go we're going to take the city city and so part two happened and I got shot back to my battalion fully expecting to get plugged back into my infantry tuned to go execute this operation and what had happened and is I established a really great rapport with a Iraqi colonel. His name is Jason Mohammad Super pro-western super he's a Shia pro-western here's a shield but he he got along with everybody got along with the Sunnis and we had a detachment of Kurdish peshmerga that were integrated into his brigade and great dudes and he was a great man and Super Progressive Very you know very out of the box thinker and just we established a rock-solid report with him and we got to be good friends and he got his brigade tasked to be our partner partner force for the assault and so going into the northwest corner which was the Jalaun district which is very eh that was where a lot of the heavy fighting took place and so he asked me to come in or he wanted me to go with him so he went to Colonel Shoup shoop who is the RC T. One commander and our C. T. R. R. C. Two one commander and he told Colonel Shoup like I will execute this operation only if you let me take sergeant bishop with me so then I shot back to I have no idea that any of this is going on because he'd already graduated and moved on it was having this meeting unbeknownst to me I'm shutting the camp down I'm getting shot back back to my between my first certain comes in like two o'clock in the morning kicks my cot ginks me out of bed is all pissed off I get dressed over to the talk the fucking Regimental Commander Andrew was on the radio for me and like confirmed that it was me and he's like hey I need you to bring all your gear and come to the regimental headquarters immediately and so my company commander and because he didn't offer any explanations and my company commander I started were pissed because they had organized convoy for me in the middle of the night the the fuck did you do what does he want with you why are you going back to the regiment what's going on and I didn't have any answers I'm like I don't know I don't know what's going on so they put me On a convoy they take me to the headquarters I walk in Colonel soups in his office he's looking at situation boards and maps and all kinds of stuff and he's in a red bathrobe smoking a cigar and in his flip flops and so I walk in and he's like I report into him and he's like okay I need you to basically be my Illinois Illinois for this Iraqi brigade you're GonNa be attaching Colonel Awesome Muhammed's Brigade he's been selected to be our partner force for operation and you're going to be my is near and you're basically going to be helping maneuvre brigade-size element in the battlespace I'm GonNa give you a gun truck and I'm GonNa give you a com- sweet and I'M GONNA turn loose you're gonNA report directly to me pigeon yeah captain's billet isn't five stoked so yeah I I so I took over that and did that and that kind of laid the groundwork work for me really starting to understand facets of special operations and what you can do with different assets and resources and fitted like that was my introduction to fit and really understanding what a powerful tool is and what can be and so why we're out in the battlespace like I really started harnessing the relationships in the knowledge of my Iraqis and they they would they were like bloodhounds they would lead me right to where the insurgents like they could go in and talk to the farmers that were like on the edge of the city because we had this during operation there was the you know the insurgents at the foreign fighters that were like okay we're going to ourselves here and they hung tough and they did we martyred the shit out of them and then there was the guys that were late to the party but wanted to try and infiltrate in between are behind our lines we had already secured so they were infiltrating these farms from the northeast side of the you know decide and they were coming in and they were inflating beach balls and trying to paddle across the river into the city and my guys went in and started talking to the farmers and Sorta are you leveraging their tribal ties and the relationships and everything and we really started killing a lot of dudes because they were able to they can sniff it out and they could go in and interact act and they knew exactly where the bad guys were from what time they're going to be there they can pull really good actionable human stuff that would have been invisible to you completely invisible completely invisible and so that's when the light bulb came on for me there's definitely something to this partner force like foodstuff and then what happened was word got out through the regiment and through the just the net just people who are monitoring the net when I would like make calls to report stuff situation reports and set reps and stuff like that like so what happened is I would say I started getting strange calls from like call signs that I didn't even know who they were there like yeah hey this is near my call sign is happy they're like hey this is three two neuron three to we'd like a link up give your current pause location over and so I would give them a positive up and seal team would roll up and deeds jump author truck and they're like hey bro here you get over here I'm like yeah we are and he's like mine if we strapping a couple days and I'm like no we've got plenty of room because I was I strong pointed had this huge mansion that was like right on the edge of the city where we had this great commanding view in great fields of fire and great observations and have plenty of room so then they stayed with me for a while and then some you know I'm pretty sure some agency guys came out and linked up with me I didn't know for sure who they were but I'm pretty sure that that's who they were the time an Army Oda came out and linked talk with me and I took everybody out and we were successful in reducing enemy forces perfect word got out on the street about that and then so oh one of the guys that later on down the road we linked up again when I was working blackwater he was the seal and he came out and attached to my element and we went out and sh- walked locked a bunch of dudes at nighttime in and then he remembered me and he remembered that stuff and you know great guy but Yeah so then fast forward award through that I it was a great learning experience and then I just got to the point where I got back from Iraq and I was just burned out on like with the Marine Corps was is doing and how was managing its forces and how was like managing its personnel and like the whole well well rounded marine concept where they put fucking pogues in to leadership billets in an infantry battalion and you know I have to report to a first sergeant major has no it's you know he's career motor tea or as a career like my started major my major if I ever seem again probably punch me in the teeth he was a cook and just so they were moving people outside of the ecosystem that you are working and bringing them in to basically roundout those people's careers right that can be a recipe for disaster depending on what the tasking is of that unit that they're trying to augment or not augment that interface with super dangerous and and I don't get it like one of the things that I loved about the time that I worked with the Ranger Battalion and worked with USA sock was how like you show up a ranger battalion as a private of it and you can stay there until you're a sergeant major so you get great continuity of experience and leadership and knowledge and you retain that knowledge you know and so I really liked that about them not so much in the Marine Corps and so it was constantly like you were breaking in a new officer in a new staff NCO that was row rotating often for be built into to back into a deployable status into a combat billet and then you had to start from scratch on like you know dealing with you know how how do things not development and sap development and like just like you I just got to the point where is beating my head against a brick wall all the time with these guys just didn't have the experience and then of course you know like if you don't have the rank nobody's GonNa listen to what you have to say no matter how much experience you have so it's tough because I can go one or two ways in my experience with those leaders they they can either inherently accept the fact that they know they're behind the power curve so they will listen and try to find mentors and actively ask questions or they'll point at third call device and say this is how we're going to do it yeah yeah yeah the leadership was definitely fifty fifty for us in the same regard like you either had great officers and staff NCO that would listen listen and be part of the part of the solution and and be great leaders and set the example and be good listeners and to their you know junior enlisted and then you had guys that were complete opposite of that that we're nightmare to work with and so that was my experience with up to that point and so I just got to the point I was like tired of fighting all the time with my you know with the internal structure of how things were and I still wasn't happy and I still wasn't feeling like I you know I'd pass the recon selection like I'd remember broken off and gone and pass election but because they told me that I was a key personnel your key enlisted personnel analysis rifle company and we need your experience basically because I had combat experience and nobody else did so they wouldn't let me Thanksgiving release you from that they wouldn't release me to the unit to go to first RECON battalion so I took selection I passed they wouldn't let me go and so I got stuck so I was just pissed and I wasn't happy and I was burned out and of dealing with that kind of you know dealing with those politics and so took my walking papers and just as luck would have it I had some good friends down down at down at Coronado in the seals that just got now and they were are the gotten out like a year before me or six months before me and they were already working blackwater and so I've got a phone call from one of them good friend of mine he did like eighteen deployments at G. R. S. He's Great Dude but he he called me up and he's like hey man we're going to go down to Hurricane Katrina what are you doing right now and I was like well funny you say should say that I'm on terminal leave and he's like come down currently in between jobs I'm currently in which currently unemployed so he was like go to Costco get some batteries get some bottled water get some camp food and bring bring your which and this was the peculiar part he was like bring your in four or your air fifteen and your plate carrier and you're in your helmet and I was like it was a rescue and recovery operation he's like trust me you're gonNA need to bring it down here I was like okay so then I did what he said and I went to Costco and loaded up on supplies I drove straight down to the crisis site management headquarters at the The the state police had set up in Baton Rouge checked in and I was in the midst of like arguing with this stadium about why I was there and he was like you can't be here you should be here you're civilian what are you doing here and as I'm having this argument here comes these my buddies that were former team guys that are now working in Blackwater and they've they've got a bunch of US marshals that are like intact play curious on her in like Swat gear coming over and I look over and see him and this one US marshals cels like he's with US perfect I saw my buddy point at me and then he was like this guy is with us and the state police he's with you and he was like yeah he's with us and state police goes like okay so I went with these guys and they made me raise my hand and they swore me in as a US deputized US Marshal get out of here which I think pretty sure was complete bullshit because there was no paperwork no no nothing and so they swore me in and then we proceeded to start start doing rescue recovery and basically criminal interdiction stuff and the the city was shit show and it's one of the key reasons and that I am you know I laugh when the Second Amendment argument always fires up 'cause I'm like I've seen what the end of the world looks like on our shore I've walked through downtown town New Orleans and seen cars and trees and dead bodies everywhere and broken windows and high rises in a completely deserted metropolitan area where you just catch the occasional echo of gunfire and screaming like I've lived Zombie movie in real real time like I I remember how surreal it was when I'm like walking through downtown New Orleans with my Eagle Plate carrier on and Mitch Helmet and my fourteen slipped up with my suppressed ar fifteen looking around going wow this this is happening right here in my own yard you know and so it was you know so for those out there that are like that kind of stuff will never happen I I've seen what happens win the EMS system completely collapses I've solved the infrastructure collapsed completely collapsed and so that's when the criminal elements came out of work and really started wreaking havoc and raising Helen and that's why we were there doing work you know we made a bunch of arrests and then like you know all the bodies that we recovered none of more around they were all murdered shot stabbed in addition to dump in a dumpster behind bars with his head cut off damn pretty rowdy shit so we add how long have the infrastructure been cut off at that point two weeks so rapid decline two and a half three weeks I'd say yeah receive a rapid decline when it went to Shit it went to Shit and a New York second I mean it was it was crazy so did all that and so in the midst of doing that like I remember we're we were clear list New Orleans cop comes speeding down the street and his cruiser Sir and he jumps out and he's like foot and shoot me man fucking shooting and he had pulled his boot up and he had a bullet hole in his in the sole of his boot Oh shit and he's like I'm out of here man and he jumped Carney left he took off and so I just sat there and looked at my buddies and I looked at the US march commercial team and they just shrug their shoulders and they're like yeah let's finish clearing this block so they were clearing houses on one side and then my buddies you know my team buddies

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Episode 138 - Brian Bishop

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The list of topics that we covered on this episode are far too many to go into but let's just say probably every controversial topic. Currently on the radar screen of Americans right now and with that I will let you get into it. Brian Bishop returns enjoy. Altogether, smoke? Smoke. Smoke. I'm waking danger close now. I know you love to do the push. Damn was. were. You have no clue that you're. Already rolling. We're already rolling. How was your last Three days. Three days were amazing. Thank you for man shaming me into coming out and doing this I didn't man shame. You I recommended by sending you a picture of a poster that it'll be worth your time if you were to come out here. That's true, but you also called me contemplating. Come participate so I. Don't use words like that. You might be a savage and degenerate piece of Shit, but I thought this was the Internet I'm sophisticated. I thought we can say whatever we want on the Internet. Rotate that my car. This is not. Going to be a family show on this episode. Just say no. You know what I forgot to ask. You I think the last time we sat down when you were working with Steven Seagal. Let's go into the dirt into the fucking weeds occurs. Do. You think he was serious. Did he believe? What was coming out of his mouth I. Don't think we talked about this talked about his now. We might have talked about this way, yeah! You talked about the jade store. Slash hair removal of the net. Yes, yeah, but was he does he know he's playing a character or in Steven seagal mind? Is he balls on dead serious. I think he was dead. Serious he did not. He did not do things when you know normal people joking around relate they say something, and they wait for fact, and like now I'm just kidding now. There was none of that. Did he change when cameras were around. Because that's an interesting, tell for me some time. Absolutely. Yeah! Oh, so he does realize that there's an essence of his persona. That's a CHARAC characte catcher. Yes, I. Think so. Yeah all right. Yeah, he. Was One night. We were sitting in the basement of the House city rented. I love this now. We're just we're going to jump right into. yeah, he he was in Vancouver so like. The city or the Vancouver Washington. DC, Oakland and couvert Kano. It's where we were shooting that where he invited me to come to the tech advising that. I did it live. He didn't for those of you. Wondering what we're talking about. Search back to the previous issue with yes Brian. Bishop, abso. Check, that out, it explains in detail the. Breadth and depth of your work on that particular project. And so. He. We were it was in the middle of that. It was it was after we had fit wrapped up. The Tech Advisory Piecing asked me to stay to do some. Close protection work for him and. We're sitting on the couch and his basement and it was like. Ten o'clock at night, so just you and Stephen were sitting on a couch downstairs, and he wanted watch platoon, so we were watching. The movie platoon which is Great Allah Allah. That may be so. We're watching it and Were there snacks. There were snacks there was. A BOWL OF ALMONDS? That he was? Snacking on right next to us, he asked if I wanted some and I was I, can't I don't feel right about sharing a bowl of almonds with you? So. I went upstairs and got a beer out of the fridge and came back downstairs and. Made sure that I was a little up appropriate distance from him in his bowl of almonds. which for clarity is in a different house? That's the appropriate distance from Steven. Seagal. You're absolutely right. and so we were watching platoon. And then He. You know we're getting close to them to the movie and he's like. Yeah! You know Kinda like that when I was over there. And I, just I was laid by that he met Vietnam Right. Yeah, tour Vietnam Yeah, and so I was like drinking a beer. I like looked over on him to see if he was serious. And he was dead serious and he goes. Yeah like when I was a touch to the seals. was doing covert ops of the CIA. Let's run the numbers in this. How old is he? It's one hundred four faulk I have no idea how the. Now I mean we could look up. This is why we need like a producer. We need to be thinking you know what though we need a jamie till like Jamie. Look this up Google. That shit I'm GonNa Right now Google is Stevenson okay. Let's play a game all right. Guess. Oh, I'M GONNA say. I'm. GonNa, say fifty nine. You're joking, right? I'M GONNA say seventy two. I. Don't know fucking terrible at this. It's coming up dundrennan sixty eight. Your way closer than I was, so let's run the math on this. Let's round rounded to seventy for easy Malka. Take Twenty off that for the turn of the century. Be Fifty. When did Vietnam Begin? What will? Most people consider the beginning end of Vietnam? Wow I, think it officially start. Officially unofficially started force in sixty five, so he would have been. Fifty. Yep Okay okay. When does it officially end seventy five? Thank so somewhere between the age of fifteen and twenty five Steven. Seagal was doing covert operations while attached to. SEAL team's. And who else knows right? Agency yeah I'm pretty sure that Bill Shit Yeah. I mean I could. While, we were talking about it I was like yeah. I think that was your first movie. Was it out for justice, or as he was telling you his life story now he was actually just remembering the plot from the script of his first movie. Yeah, as he said it was talking about I'm like I think that was your first movie. I think it was out for justice I. Don't know it was one of the ones where. I mean they've got the Viet Cong and the cut and they're going to cut his feet off the CIA dudes going to cut his feet off, and then you know. Steven gets upset about that and kicks everyone's ass, and then it gets thrown out a country and then I think he becomes a cop. And then I've seen that movie but I'm not GONNA lie. It is probably been. Twenty five years. Yeah so I'm going to bet refresh on that one. Do you know he still makes two or three movies every year? Yeah. He's got a straight to DVD. business that is killing it. He's renting money. People are actually still watching him. The last one that I saw was like Steven. SEAGAL sniper shot the entire thing at the blue cloud ranch. Up in La and I know that because I spent about a week or two weeks. They're doing some. Stuff Once you recognize the architecture. Once you see. They shot all American sniper there and it's like. Oh, I know that camera angle. It's the one little and he just. My favorite is when he will switch shoulders. Just! GEKAS got Guk Guk but he doesn't actually touch the bus. Stop to the shoulder. No, which for people listening? If you're looking for shooting advice techniques, that is a varsity move to increase your accuracy. Well, it does have its place in it and I'm GONNA I'm GONNA admit to. I'm the one that taught him that, but he uses it completely incorrectly like we were switching shoulders. Yes, one hundred percent has its place, but the but stock. Dying to make physical contact with absolutely yeah and Cheek Walden I really for things to which she doesn't do a lot of that either. No, it's once you learn to switch shoulders. It's very nice. Yeah, yeah, you can take corners much more effectively. Yeah, and it's kind of. It's almost necessity in some secrecy qb environments to keep from getting shot. You're getting your shit. Shot off when you're mere feet away from a potential threat, so there are definitely times to use that technique, but the the way he has employed that that I've seen on video. I'm like that makes it. It was like the tech advising thing you know like I worked with him for three hours or I don't think it was three hours and. They said action, and he did it live his way after we rehearsed and rehearsed and rehearsed and rehearsed and rehearsed. Until I was like okay I was exhausted. I'm like he's got this. He he's got dialed and then I'll make crafty. Yup, craft services, which is my favorite place on any set. Absolutely I think what I'm GonNa, do though for you is I'm an try and find because the tech advise on went to DVD. And I forgot what the fuck it was called, but it went as me the link to the title yet and I remember the specific scene there like an beer garden, and he's like fighting around the suburban with these hells, angels, and so like I remember. I remember I remember how it is, so I'm what? I'M GONNA. Do Somebody some research and I'M GONNA? Try and pull the link out. Because when you watch it, it would be. Great footage for tactical asshole because there was some Ninja flips, and there was some combat roles. John Bottomless magazine on a nineteen eleven. Think you like. With a whole suite eight ten right? Gallon I saw when I saw it in post. He Shot I. think like to thirteen rounds of a single stack nineteen eleven. Students Go. See I'd in there and. I did a tactical asshole episode with Callan where we reviewed and discussed Steven seagal lawman. And I I don't know if we did when we were recording the podcast or not, but we had a pretty detailed conversation about the level of liability that that organization had to absorb to have him. Come on. As an actual officer with an actual gun. In conduct looking activities. Yeah. I mean a lot of that. Was Sheriff Joe Out in? Old Arizona are I. Mean I think this is Louisiana, but then he got on Sheriff Joe's Posse in in. Phoenix was doing shit with Sheriff Joe. Isn't Sheriff Joe in a little bit of trouble? I think he is I think tied have turned. Yeah I'm not I'm not up to speed on that so I can't speak. With any effectiveness on that issue, but. yeah, he's. I think he's not well light anymore in Phoenix. What is it Maricopa County think it's America. It is definitely Maricopa county because he had the chain gangs going yeah. Yeah Yeah, inmates were wearing pink jumpsuits and living in GP tents GP. GP mediums out in the there's is an essence of that that I have no problem with whatsoever I, think that if you go to jail or prison, it shouldn't be a carnival ride. No, you shouldn't be getting cotton candy. No, you know, you should get obviously the necessities of life But there should be an incentive not to return right. That's all point of it I talked to you. The law enforcement as Nelson Aaron met him bless, we can for the seminar. And all them, what's the number of repeat guests that you serve? And they just roll their eyes and shake their heads saint people, same chefs over and over revolving door policy. Oh Man I. Don't know how to fix that. Though either nonviolent crimes drug crimes. You know that it should be addressed I'm not smart enough to figure out a solution to that, but talk about a drain on Manpower Oh. God Yeah it's tough up here. gets a little well. I mean you live in Vancouver, city. I mean. How's the neck of the woods? You're living in right now. Let's dive into another topic, okay? Okay. Thoughts on what's going on in the World Brad, Bishop. Oh Man. Yeah, if there's children listening to this podcast, please. If there's parents listening to this podcast with children in the car, perhaps switch to different episode. Yes, Yeah I think that there's a lot of Fear. It's unwarranted like and I think that what's going on in our country right now is. Really sad and really pathetic. And I think it stems from an over lack or an overwhelming lack of leadership at the you know the. Political level like our our elected officials. I think are failing. on both sides, or would you try to pin? I want to say pin the blame. Where would you? The deficiencies Li-. Well, first of all I just like to say that I'm a middle of the road guy so. Almost every single I'll get that out there immediately like there's things that I'm super liberal on, and there's things that I'm super-conservative on, and that's just I like to be in the middle and I like to I like to find the best solution that works for everybody because we're supposed to be a United States. We're not supposed to be a leftist states. A Marxist states socialist states a rightist. Yes, yeah, an extremist. Basically I'm fucking sick to death of our choices in this country between and coulter running the show or Michael Moore running the show. And because I feel like most Americans that we fall directly in that moderate land, moderate landscape as a broad number. I would say I mean. How many people do you know that have the same opinion of that you do? Were you land in the middle of most issue a lot? Almost everybody I know. To except for a few exceptions. Are just like you and I, but that's not what you hear. That's not what. Is Pervasive over media whatever you'd like to call it right. Yeah I I. I'm aboard what I watching happened in this country right now, and what's unfolding and it just I think it stems from a lack of leadership and and I think that If you want affect change due to the ballot box. Like get off your asses and get to the ballot box and let's let's figure some stuff out, and maybe let's stand up as a you know united front against the right and left and maybe. You know like I'm tired of the two party system. I was GONNA. Ask you even think that the system we have in place right now is capable of the leadership that we need. WHO. Right now no, I mean I. Don't think that I mean I'll go on record right now. I, didn't vote for trump, but guess what I didn't vote for Hillary either. I, mean you vote for nobody I chose not to vote piece of Shit I know. A lot of people said that a lot of people highly criticized me. They're like you're part of the problem. And I was Oh fuck your face. You didn't. I, didn't nine combat deployments like if anybody has a right to sit on their ass and sit this one out because I'm not going to be forced into making a shit decision out of a shittier decision, you know trump I have zero confidence in him. He's kind of fucking circus and how he? Got To where he's at and Hillary I sure as hell wasn't gonNA vote for her. After she got our peers killed in Benghazi, and by once again, lack of leadership, lack of action, and then lied about it, it went deeper. It would. The, second guess I think ahead. Or maybe it was the third or the fourth. It was very early on my neighbor essentially and he. You know he's like listen. I couldn't vote for trump because my family had ties in. Atlantic's like a direct issue that has like. I can't fault anybody for that if you ever directly impacted in a negative way by a person. I can get. You would vote for them I have. More than one person that I know not third hint story, but a firsthand story of interactions. We'll just say with the Clinton family. That were not in accordance with what I would like to see from somebody leading the United States and In charge of the military so I! It was a hard pass for me on that alone. Right so yeah, I worry about our system. where the are there two choices I am not I mean anybody listening to this podcast would be able to tell you I'm not I. Don't I'm not a political pundit I. don't talk about it often. Mostly because I don't feel educated enough on the underlying system, and how it all completely works right, but I am not. Thrilled with the system that we have based alone on the choices, we are presented with right if those are the two choices. I don't know if. The system is serving or society. No, but what do we do? Would he burned to the ground? It's not working in the cities where there's riots right like that's not actually going to help those cities in any way perform. So what he do, Ya, I mean that's that's the question of the day is looking i. mean it's kind of the same stuff that we had to face. Overseas is like the dynamics of the problem. Go really really deep in unless you're willing to. Dig In for forty years with a good diplomatic solution or you're willing to spill a lot of blood. With a good kinetic military solution. It's it's tough you. It's I. Don't know what the I don't know what the answer is I would say. We need to hold at the at the the local state and federal levels. We need to hold our leadership more accountable and. yeah, it's just it. It's a quagmire has anybody it's stumped me. You know a million times where I've been like I how to solve this problem. and. I mean there's I've ranged from Lake Okay. Let's kick off the BOO Goo like Joe. Let's go the Google. Let's get let's get. Let's go get a militia and let's go remove these people from office and say thank you for your time, but you're no longer wanted and then hold new elections, or I, that's actually physically possible. I think concerned. You're off locations at the state level at certainly at the state level I would agree with you. I think it's possible at federal level federal level. Now you're looking at some. You're looking at some major blood and gunfighting at the federal, level yeah. And I don't think that. Anybody possesses the you know the assets of the coordination of available to do anything like that normally advocating for an overthrow of the United States but Had, all but I mean if we're talking, we're going to go and talk. What are the solutions? Okay, because here's the thing is like you've got these protesters out there in. They're like burning. Should specially like close to where I live in Portland thoughts on the protesters. I think it's great to get out there and exercise your First Amendment, rights and protests. And do that. I don't think it's great. Win Protesting turns into writing, and you're destroying private or public property or tearing down historical statues, or you know like there's a really cool you know. There's lots of really cool shops in Portland that were owned by immigrants and minorities that during the black lives, matter of events that were going there antifa infiltrated in, and like had antagonize irs like ramp everybody up and turned it into full on riots and. Before, you know it like something that was for you know. Racial awareness in our country turned into absolute anarchy and chaos, which is what that institution wants, and they were successful in like burning down and destroying a bunch of you know. Bunch of of minority owned You know businesses in the suspect. The people involved in the had no idea that the businesses were minority owned. Yeah, it's equivalent of shooting yourself directly in the foot on the range. Yeah, I, don't think it. Does you good? Yeah, you, you know I. Hear all the time. Well. Maybe that's not the correct. Phraseology I have heard and here relatively frequently about the ANTIFA and professional antagonise the professional rioters. have. You ever been able to put like the validity to that, or is that just the urban legend? In urban legend like I. Watching them on just like the news clips that I've seen They don't look like they're well organized or a very elite organization so when you get like a bunch of. You know kids together that. Are you know that just want anarchy in? They're wearing their little black hoodies, and you know throwing bricks through store, windows and police cars like it doesn't. You know it doesn't pigmy with organ, or it doesn't give me the. Let's look forward doesn't give me the. The idea that they are a very professionally organized entity at all think there might be by design. They might be leaderless at the top, so they can maneuver more quickly, or it's more difficult to track down, said leaders and do something about it, yeah! What would you do about the riots, but put yourself? You're the mayor of Seattle Brian Bishop you've just. You've just been elected. You're walking me down the I see where you're going with it. I'm curious because people ask me. Hey, what would you do about the riders and? To a degree I agree with you. Okay they need to. I love the you know. People Cherry pick the rights that are important right. Some people listened to Ellison, but I'm a one issue. Voters. Second Amendment like. How about the first and third your bracketed by few? Yeah, and it just doesn't hit their radar. I think that all the amendments perhaps should be treated equally value I agree. Yeah, perhaps that's why the constitution was amended in the first place because it was designed to be so I, agree with you. They support people in their first amendment rights and protesting. But what you described the destruction of businesses if there are professional antagonise at what point does it go from being productive? To the foot round out of the holster, then you're limping around you get nothing accomplish, and for that. We go to the new mayor of Seattle Oh. Brian Bishop. Shop soon has just been initiate. Okay, what do you do first of all I? Am Power By law enforcement. I don't cut their balls off me like yeah, just go and give that police station up and give it to the writers and go ahead and pull back and go ahead and leave your police cars and I never heard a good story about how that happened. Did you like with definitive in detail? Know How that police station ended up empty and I believe it was boarded up to yes. I'd be curious to know. The mayor asked them to X. Fill that location retrograde back to out of the neighborhood, basically abandoned Vanden your post. And so I think when you look at leadership like that. It's like I said it goes back to leadership when you're when you've got. A public official. Who's got that responsibility and their answer for you know for law enforcement which I'm in a staunch supporter of law enforcement. I'm also I agree with you, and also a staunch supporter of law enforcement reform when needed yes, absolutely oversight as much as possible transparency and clarity and. An insane amount of money being spent on their training absolutely so they can serve the civilian populace better, yeah. Absolute The the I think law enforcement is the glue that keeps the country together and keeps. You know this Kinda Shit from happening and when you when you disempower them Malt. This is the result that you get. So empower your police officers and You know as long as we'RE GONNA go down talking about law enforcement you know like. you know to my friends that are out there and your friends that are out. There are in law enforcement community I would say you guys got to step up and do a better job at. You know no pun intended policing your own like. You know when you see situations going down where your your peers are fucking doing stupid shit, because they're part of that ten percent shit bag crew that should never got. Past. The processing became a law enforcement officer, which that ten percent will always be there. It will until you raise the standard. Excuse me, raise the standards, but even then there'll be a barrel. Belco the highest performing team has the top ten percent bottom ten percent. Did you have. Would you say you had shit bags in your? In your one hundred percent at every command that I was at okay to include the special mission unit correct. Okay, there's bell curve. Yeah, there is you know. Eighty percent of the guys are just like boom lock stock, smoking barrel task conditions standard met every single time, and you know this in work in. From for the groups that we did, they'll be ten percent of the people that's like like the task condition standard. They're like Ooh, yawning, because it's easy, and then there's the other ten percent of the bottom of the barrel who are scraping and clawing. To even meet that Minimum Standard. That was absolutely. Apparent. At every military command that I was at. Well. Then, that's going to be something that every entities can always have to deal with, but I thank goes into the owners of the transparency, the clarity all of that stuff training and it goes back to training. you know. We had a couple conversations about this within the gym this last weekend and You know you know coach. Norton said it best when he's. Money out of training. Maybe it was you that said it. Taking money out of training is absolute wrong direction ago those Madison, so you need to increase the funding for training so that you have. Better more higher level of training and a higher level of core competency in your in your law enforcement staff so that you know they know how to deal with situations under stress. They know how to deal with somebody. That's noncompliant without hurting them. ORF fucking murdering them so I. think that that's a that's what needs to change to like having A. he north some type of funding mechanism, where first of let's give these guys a raise because they deserve it because they're grotesquely underpaid for the amount of bullshit that they have to put up with on a daily basis than ours that they have to work. and then. You know how let's refine the selection process and make it more stringent you know. And I'm probably take some heat for this, but like make him a little bit more like a military special operations deal where you have a selection pipeline, you come out of the selection pipeline. Then go into You know you're you know you're training? Course that lasts for you know and I guess we could equate that to have to your program or whatever, and then you have triple. Let's talk about tripling the size. Size of department and then structure it just like you know you would a special mission unit where you have one unit in rest, one training and one unit actively working the streets every day, and then they have a X. amount of rotation rotation, and then they rotate, and so then you guys. You don't have guys getting burned out. You guys getting the training needs. They deserve. You have guys rusting when they need to rest, and you have them getting paid what they're supposed to be getting paid. You know. I have no idea that would work, but I love conversations like this because. That is where we're GONNA. Find the solution. You know you hear people. Talking about defunding the police and I've gotten some weird pushback on this one when I talk about that because I think, it came up on a full of Friday. And said I don't support defunding the police and some people reach out in well. That's not what it means. And it has to be recognized that for some people when they say de-fund the police. That is actually exactly what they mean. They wondering Abolish Police Department when they're talking about shifting around budgets. I'm not necessarily agree with that. But, what I hope they do is they put a test or pilot program in place before they fully pulled the chain on that defunding or reallocation of budget. You know I've heard things where you know. Some departments are going to talk about sending social workers instead of law enforcement for. Basically desire to pair the responder. Inappropriate responder based on the call? That's a mental health caller crisis, which I don't think oftentimes officers know that they're responding to a mental health. Crisis it. We did a self defense. Someone referred Some local firefighters who ride the back of ambulances and I was asking me you guys ever get attacked and back nameless, and every single. One of them started shaking their yeah. I said okay. Is there any time throughout your call with that traditionally happens, they said sometimes you know the most recent one is. They clipped to strap on the Gurney. And the person freaked out because they had some embedded or ingrained issue that they didn't know about. And the another one was the door close on the back of the ambulance, and it became fucking jungle in their Tasmanian Devil ripped out with no warning, so these guys don't know their respond to mental health crisis, the not getting screened from another nine one one dispatcher, but. I'd imagine you're not putting somebody through mental health screening process while they're on nine one. No, so. I don't again. It is not to say that sending a specialist to that mental health crisis isn't the perfect solution, but you'd have to determine exactly what the crisis is. Sometimes for my understanding calls committed the nine one one call center, and you show up on scene in. It's drastically different. Call Ryan than what they thought they were getting themselves in the information flow gets gets fucked up or the person calling nine one. Maybe they don't want to be exactly honest about what is going on. You just want somebody else there. A higher level of responding capability up, be like hey, can you know maybe it's a family issue? Maybe the whatever it may be, let's say you wouldn't work. But I really hope they take the time to think through and put a cop together at a concept of operations, and then actually field. Try it somewhere before you pull the to trap door on the funding because my thing is. I, don't I I don't want people to have to be their own first responder. I wish they always thought that know that they were always thinking about that. They were going to be their own first responder but I. Don't think most people are actually ready for that and I think if you. Jahnke to speak it and turn off that funding. I don't know how fast it can be turned back on if you lose. Those officers people that you need. I mean that I don't know it scares the crap out of me I hope that they have a very thoughtful approach to this as opposed to knee-jerk reaction, I guess is the short where to say what I just said in the last five minutes. Yeah, we'll absolutely, but if you, what's the first thing like coach Thornton Woods the first thing that gets caught once budgets start getting into the training. Yeah, the training goes, and then you have less competent officers out there on the street, trying to deal with super high intensity, stressful situations that are sometimes life and death. Do you want? Those people have a super high level of training or do you want people to? Have just the bare bones to get by. I mean you know my answer to that? I mean I've trained SWAT teams. That I'm like dude if If if if an actor shooter goes into my son's school and takes it over, and I'm on scene like I'm going in, because you guys are fucking idiots and you know that's other side of the coin. Law Enforcement. Amazon support of law enforcement, and as I said they're the glue that keeps the country together, but there's also that ten percent that like I'm like. I Will Punch your fucking teeth out if you write me a ticket for being out on the beach during fucking code. and. If you're the dumb motherfuckers in Minnesota that were shooting rubber bullets at people while they were standing on their doorstep, because they heard noise outside, and they came outside during a curfew, and you shot my children with rubber bullets. I would probably fucking return fire. Think about that, your kid starts you. Hear gunfire and see a muzzle flash out the window and you all you see dark figures. There's rioting going on, and now your kid is screaming and lying, probably doubling over doubling over lying on the floor. What's your reaction? because. What's what's not to live in Minneapolis Amino acids? But, what's the? Triple see what's the? What's the first thing they teach us? What's the best? What's the best aid? Will I have to win a gunfight? Eliminate the threat. Yeah, so rule number. One gunfight is avoided gun for. Rule number. Two to a gunfight is win the gunfight, so you can survive another one another day right? Yeah, so I I don't know like if I saw dark figures in the street. Because you know right now, what's going on with country and I'm sure I'm not the only one to. Say This I've got my. My my tools are stations strategically around the house? In case I'm my house gets. You know mauled by riders, I think. Quite, a few people have that mindset and for the first time I think quite a few people are. Perhaps, reconsidering their stance on the Second Amendment Oh. They're certainly re absolutely. They are GONNA raises a secondary issue which I think you're about to talk about. Which is the safety right? Safety aspect so I. I think it's Great. If you're if you're finally to the point where you were a fence sitter, or you were anti to a and you finally in the forest for the trees, and you're like Oh shit. The cops are not coming when I need them. How am I going to protect my family? The answer that questions Glock nineteen or fifteen and I think. You've offended people with just those ants. I Dreaming Fuck You. CIGS are better H in care. Which is why. People are losing their minds, yeah. So but. In my world, that's what it is it but So we're, we've seen a huge spike. Lines outside of. There's there's there's setting historical sales records right now in the firearms industry. And forty to sixty percent of the sales are first time gun owners and I think like if you've had that epiphany where your offense sitter, or you're anti Second Amendment, but now you're like okay I see what these guys have been talking about for years now and nobody's coming to protect me or law enforcement response time for my like forty five minutes. Okay Yeah I think you need I think it was smart, but you need to. First of all go get some. Go get some training. Go find an entity. Go to a safety course. Learn how to safely handle that weapon system. Problem being everything. You just mentioned right now given what's going on the pandemic highly problematic, if not impossible to. Yeah. I mean folding. Get on a do what the the Internet at what people have to do your home your stock? There's nobody training around you. There's no like you don't maybe have the money because of your financial situation, because of what's going on in slowdown in the economy, but you WANNA protect your family, then problem solving, get on Youtube and Collective about who use content you're ingesting on Youtube. Because as we know, there's a whole universe of tactical assholes out there. I do know this. What would you give people when it comes to advice sifting through? How would you separate the wheat from the Chaff on Youtube? Because there is a volume. Of Information, yeah, there is some stuff on youtube when it comes to weapons handling that makes my jaw hit the floor. Oh, now because it's good. No, it's horrific and then when you start to sift through that you'll, you'll go from like people that have no idea what they're talking about. They have no business like teaching, anybody anything, which is the last asshole crowd and then you? The honour NRA commandos. Who just like the NRA, is their like their training program at the NRA's like their Bible, and if you deviate from that at all, then you. fucking idiot and then you have you know you know former competitive shooters which will zero in on marksmanship and manipulation, those great videos to watch like if you can find a beanie, Cooley, video or Jerry Barnhart video or you know I mean there's there's ton of Google. Competitive competitive shooters look at results. Find out who the through the top guys are. Get on their channels. Start looking at their. You know their manipulation and marksmanship principles, and then when you're done with that, maybe climb up the ladder and find A. former Swat or special operations or combat arms individual. That's got some actual trigger. Time has got some time on their belt, and and look them up in and look at their videos and You know, but be be very careful of WHO's container ingesting because you may think that it's the height most. New To this game and you just bought your I. Should. Maybe you gotta? You know ten twenty two rifle, but like I need to learn how to use this in tactical way. To defend my family then you're watching these videos like be careful because you may see something that you think is the most high speed shit you've ever seen in your life, and you're like Oh my God. This is a tactical Jesus and he. It's not at all. So. Yes, you've got A. You've got to do some diligence and some time to like research that. I would almost recommend people start with youtube tutorials on how to break down their weapon and put -solutely Yup a gross. Understanding of how the firearm functions his rifle, you should be able to. You. Know if you're GONNA buy a gun by cleaning kit, also also ammunition is a good purchase to make with a firearm on actually know quite a few people who've purchase guns, but rail bullets, which personal choice. And then. You have to find a way to store it safely right. Otherwise. I I. Don't think that you're making your home any safer and an unsecured firearm in my personal opinion at unsecured fire in a in an environment with people who again like you were mentioning, perhaps they. Were anti or lean towards the Anti Second Amendment now they have. Sat on the fence and decided which side they wanna get off on. They go to the gun store. They wait. They're waiting period depending on where they live by the gun. They get it to the House and. They put on a bookshelf. People are dangerous in my opinion. And I know there'll be people who push back on that as well we'll we'll. How am I supposed to get my gun? If it's not readily accessible and I generally will fuck with these people and say hey. Do you have a holster that you carry when you're in the shower? And they'll say no. I'm like Oh, so you're not with your gun. Twenty, four, seven, three, sixty five. Get, a biometric safe where you can literally go beep and you're in that sucker in a second. Securely store advice that is designed and life. What do you use of all tech? What are you using fear? I have a variety. Actually I have a right now I'm going through phase where I like concealable shelves, right? You don't have to don't judge me. I liked them a lot. I would agree I. Liked your at the House like that is slick. Yeah, it's actually very oculus on wouldn't notice that there is a suppressor. Enter blackout in there. Nope, and it looks like furniture. It does look like furniture it, but again there's. Is it incredibly safe? It's a key card access. Can control the Keycard yes to a degree, but I'm very cognizant of that. When it comes to my kids as well while my kids are in the house, actually take that gun out of there and put it back in the safe but I have a couple that are literally fingerprint beep POPs right open, used to have one of my desk at my old house, but sit there and go out of the Appendix Ulster into that thing and good to go. You have to positively control these weapons. The I talked to the law enforcement. One of the main points of commerce is theft of weapons goes OUTTA STATE GETS for drugs, drugs come, back in drugs turn into money in the system repeats itself over again. Possession of a weapon people does not make you safe. Necessarily know you need. You need to be able to secure it. You need to be able to employ at correctly and the thing that I would say to after you feel like you've gone through the steps that we just described. And I'm not saying like if you've got the time the money. And opportunity to go to a credible trainer do so. Don't be like. Oh! Andy. Brian said I can just watch youtube videos. Yeah, that's I think it's safe to say. We recommend that as a last ditch effort however on Youtube what I would recommend as a primary as how to clean my gun how to take it apart, this is you should be able to disassemble a weapon and laid out in front of you and know what each of the pieces are yeah. Yeah, not asking somebody, nor would expect somebody to be a gun expert of his their first gun, but you should be able to look at that and say this is the barrel. This is the recoil spring. This is my slide. Know the difference between the upper and lower receiver very basic stuff, but I think. That level of pursuit of knowledge. It lends itself towards the responsible gun ownership guests by the best way to say that. Yeah, and then when you feel like you've got. The is dotted, and the t's crossed on your weapons. You know nomenclature and how to break it down and how to put it back together, and then you. You figured out how to the bullets, which way they go in and how to load them in the chamber, and charge the weapon, and put some zero the weapon and put some rounds down range. Then the next step is find some medical training. Yes, because if people are shooting at you, you better know how to plug a bullet hole and put a tourniquet on somebody to stop. Some bleeding may be you and I hear this often from people saying. Regardless of what's going on, don't support. Gun ownership and okay I. Don't push back on people in their beliefs unless they're really trying to encroach on. My rights are trying to take from I'm totally fine with people believing what they want to, but you can still be an asset in a ballistic environment, absent a gun and you just mentioned how medical training and knowing how to stop bleeding with not actually very complicated, yes. Internet access to be evaluated. That yes, that's probably like it's a pattern of art. Yeah, be value. Add Internet America be evaluated. Yeah, all right. I like it. Yeah, so I mean find a way. Stop sitting on your ass. Stop making excuses and find a way to solve the problems, so speaking of Mayor Bishop explained how you deal with the chocolates well I thought I was doing a great job as a politician, because I threw a smoke grenade and change the subject and pivot into something else. Yeah, but you thought I would forget I, didn't so. We're back to that like a steel trap. Yes, okay shop is open. I would have fenced the area, too often completely quarantined it. Will I mean first? I wouldn't let my police like retrograde back. You were put into office the day after the chop. Okay, so chop is our green. It was a weird election cycle. You were put into power the day out noah week after. Okay, so Charles established okay well I. WE fence off the area. And then. all these. Protesters that thought it was a good idea to renounce their US citizenship. Did they actually do that? Yeah, there. was there some that Dan? Like yes, this is our new home. We renounce our US citizenship. This is. Ground Zero for the movement. And I was like okay. Yeah, that's actually You seized. Renounce your citizenship and then seized territory within sovereign United States. That's called an act of war. So I would fence you off in quarantine you and then I would starve the shit out of you. And then I would wait for you to come to the fence. And then I would be like. Oh, I'm sorry. Retire US citizenship, so you get to go to Guantanamo. Here's your flight. Enjoy your your orange jumpsuit, so say hello to Mohammed for me and have a great flight. I don't think there's going to be in service drinks, but have a good time. I. Don't know if you're going to get reelected next time through. Yeah, well. How. Do you think that would be receive? Let's. Let's say you were able to do that. What in the given the current culture. It's even floated that as an idea rent. Hey, guys! This is a platform running on fence and the chop zone. That would be the bumper sticker. Brian Bishop Twenty twenty fence in the Chop Yep. How do you think they'll be received? In Seattle. Just in the US probably general I mean I think it would be like everything else right now. Fifty per fifty percent of the people would be like. Yeah, that's awesome and fifty percent would be like you're a monster. You trump troglodyte. You deserve to die. So! I mean if you want me to take a more serious tact with I would I would definitely I would definitely fence off the area and I would not provide services, and then if they and then when they wanted out, they would get prosecuted with criminal charges for vandalism and. Whatever else I could slap them with, and they would go go to a judge and. Get due process and face charges and. I'd prostate if something like that happened and I'm not advocating that something like that happened because I don't understand the complexities of the legal system, and where there would seem impossible to them off right, but I think. It would. Make. People think twice about doing that again in the future. Yeah I. Don't think that because what in the end at the shops zone in Seattle. Didn't most people just of leave. Pick up just back rocks while they finally shut it down, because someone that was there was murdered I saw that video of them trying to get in to provide. Police can get in because they weren't allowed to come in and so that that individual. Perished. And so that opened up a huge liability issue. And so I mean. If I was that individuals family I would probably press civil suit and sue. The dog shit out of the city of Seattle for that. I wonder how that would go actually. I suspect it would go the way of the family I mean. They created the mayor. It was his responsibility. You know that that that fall. That death falls squarely on the mayor. You you. You had your police department pullback. You let them take no action. You let these individuals and these actors come in Rays Hill destroy property set up this autonomous zone. You know, and then someone dies in there. That's you're dead. That's that falls in my opinion. squarely on there. What do you think would have happened if he would have left the police precinct in there? I. We were having this conversation. The other night I've been surprised. That there hasn't been a gunfight. Because, there is a lot of gun. Play right. But to my knowledge, there hasn't really been a standoff or a square off. which is a good thing for people listening? I'm not advocating that there is that. But it's been surprising to me very surprising. Yeah! I'm surprised that no. Crazy militias have. Banded together in their. You know their chocolate chip. Camouflage utility uniforms, and got their shotguns in their thirty ought sixes out and squared off with anybody. Yet you see the picture of. He might have been part of a black lives matter. March. E had twenty two rifle. Visibly visibly stove piped. Oh That was that a tactical asshole moment did that. Make the tactical asshole? No, it didn't. Know, I was dealing with other issues at the time, so I saw the picture like at how the fucking mental horsepower to deal with this right this right now, but the bulk clearly not all the way Ford because there's around round at forty five degree angle into the top of the. Top of the I chamber housing yeah. Fuck okay. Perhaps that's the reason why there hasn't been a gun fight I. DON'T WANNA. See a gunfight on US soil neither do I I the last I. Think the one thing that I would want to do. The least in my life killed American. I don't WanNa. See that stuff happened. I saw it happen in Katrina and it was not. It lifts left me. Let's right. We talked about the first podcast you were rolling down there with was his swat cops, or was it? feds feds, feds and Blackwater and it was it i. saw some things down there happened. That were ugly and. You know I think at the time. Martial Law was enacted by President Bush and it they were not fucking around because The Yama, system collapsed down there the bad actors in the criminal elements just came on were wreaking havoc and they were. They were There was there was gunfights and people be. People got killed so you? Get imagine that's. For, the federal officers either that's got to be a very very very heavy burden to carry absolutely night, so I kind of already lived and song was on the ground for that that of variation of what you just described and it's. It was a surreal moment for me and really disgusting. I I think I'm like every other guy that's from you. Know our our Elkin I I don't WanNa see anymore. Violence at all I abhor violence I do too actually. I'm very good at it I'm extremely good at applying it when it's needed but I i. don't take any joy in it. I don't want to do it i. were you like that when you were younger? Or is it through the continued exposure? no I mean my childhood was interesting and I got you know I hadn't Irish. Scottish father loved tip the bottle and beat the shit out of us when your kids so like. I got acquainted with violence at a very very young age, and so yeah. I was a kid growing up in school. It was getting kicked out of school for right in Fuck on the teacher's desk calendar, and like beating the getting in Fistfights, because people were picking on me because we weren't we were. You were Ginger curly-haired fuck? Yeah, I was a ginger. I that's the best movie ever Yeah Stepbrother's. House of doctors. That's great I love that movie is amazing. I? Think they're playing out at the lake. House were yeah, so the The. The situation I don't think. Sh- I, don't I? I would be heavily disgusted if we have to go to a situation where violence starts erupting in places But I think I think there we need to definitely there there. There needs to pressure on our political leaders to say hey, enough's enough and we. We need change. When you change, and hopefully that change will come like I, said earlier back to you know closer to the middle. have you heard Brett Weinstein's idea Weinstein. Weinstein I have not have not I I think I. Heard you talking about him with somebody earlier this week and I. I'm not familiar, so so I'm GonNa murder this people listening. This is me paraphrasing somebody who is highly intelligent, which people listening to this? You know that Emmy functioning more as you do. I mean you're not alone. That's why our friend and I'm and I'm describing what I would. He was talking about, but he's on Joe's podcast I believe they called it unity twenty twenty was a Hashtag twenty twenty is essentially drafting. Not like putting people on a ballot box right? Well I mean I. Guess it would have to be that, but drafting an individual from both the left and the right and forcing them to work together. To. What I understand is fine more of that middle ground. I love that idea. I love that idea, too. I just don't know if they could execute it before November I I love the concept. The practical application I've I'm curious about and I. also think that perhaps that idea is a little bit too late. In the election, cycle may be used in twenty twenty, but you know twenty four. Yeah I think there's a there's probably a problem with that I. Don't know if. I would say that'd be great in our, you know. What's this? Walk down the road on this and say okay. This this can happen. There's. There's so much. Dirty underhanded politics that happened in DC with people like setting people up spreading rumors about peop- other people you know trying to you know I mean. There's so much dirty shit gone on. Talk about it forever so what I wonder because I like the Model I. Love the idea of like having a true bipartisan cabinet and executive staff in the White House. But I. don't know like how well that would. Play out in functional reality where like if anything could get done because I mean look at our Congress right now. Yeah gridlock. Yeah, CON gridlock would be constantly arguing with it constantly be like dirty pool in the White House to try to leave. They had an answer for that and again that was me murdering high level description of of what it was. But I actually really recommend. The people go back and listen to that conversation with Joe and Brett I'm GonNa, see their Weinstein or Weinstein. Okay, it was good. Yeah I'M GONNA fire that up. Yeah, he's a very smart person. His brother Eric is also an incredibly smart person. They're working through an on this stuff. Okay and I. Mean I like their objective. Take on things again. conceptually I like it too, and he was describing no one would be the president. I don't know if the other one was VP probably the. But an on issues that were other than an emergency or crisis that had to be made like overnight, or you know with a time serious time pressure issue. It was a forced mechanism that required both input from left and right. I think that's a I think that could get us back to a middle ground, but once again. Theories versus functional reality I don't know I would I. I'm GonNa Listen to that podcast. It's worth listen I'M GONNA. Listen to my second favorite podcast. Perfect so mayor, Bishop your back the chop zone situation has been handled. You've starved US citizens to death. which we'll talk about later at your war crimes tribunal. That now. Now they want to tear down. Why would I be charged for war crimes if they're already like war criminals that have they've illegally there? Is there a foreign entity that has seized US property? Don't argue with me. I'm a lawyer understanding the laws above reproach paramount. Yes, it is You've handled the jobs situation YEP now they. Moving shifting targets. Cash you statues monuments. Thoughts. Yeah. I think I would sign. Protective details from law enforcement or I would try and find some support from federal entities to help protect those monuments. which ones would you say are deserving of protection, or are they all deserving? I mean I would say all of them. Why a why not? Because they got put up in the first place. What they were historically important enough to us at one point two rectum to honor. Said individual or action in whatever you know. Piece of art that is Sculpture Wise and Now, we're just decided at all. All of its trash and we're just GONNA trash our national history and tear everything down. I th well and again. This is me trying to view. Other people's beliefs from a distance. I think that people would say. That through time comes in enhanced context and perhaps the people that were being celebrated in a time where. Many in this country, she didn't have a voice to choose who was being celebrated, and who is not and who didn't have a choice as to who was being. Enslaved and who was not or oppressed and WHO's not and who is being rewarded by the system, and who is not say that now that we have the benefit of being able to look in the rear view mirror perhaps. Though statue should be taken down because in fact looking at it from centuries in the future. They weren't that much of a hero at all. But it's still our history. Are History and I think that's where the point comes. If you don't pay attention to history, you're doomed to repeat it and that's my thoughts to and. I- poorly spoke on a fall out of Friday and basically made it appeared to make it a binary choice. I'm like listen either. You need to leave him up, so he can remember the lesson. it the way I phrased. Was it's either they come up or they go down? which is obviously multiple choices inbetween, but you know this lesson, I would rather have them. If the choice is, leave it up and remember the lesson, or tear it down and forget it. I would choose the former as opposed to the latter. But. I also believe that there are ways we can remember our history I mean in Germany Your Ben. I've been to Germany few times. Did you see any monuments to Adolf Hitler? no I. Don't believe I dead correct, but they remember that history because he actually can't go into museums and you can see a bunch of stuff. Yeah, at that time period and I. That's what I'm saying I think there's an appropriate way now. They have a Great Museum Nuremberg for that. There's an appropriate way to retain that history I think without celebrating it in the face of people who? At an you know we were having this conversation again? The people who are in those monuments for the large part I can't imagine making a broad statements of therefore by definitions, probably going to be inaccurate. With from a time period that nobody alive today new them. Right and maybe even nobody alive in a generation past actually knew them. So. It's. You can't say that you were directly well. Maybe somebody would say that they were directly impacted by the actions of that individual, but we're removed a little bit from time. You know what I mean. There's no commitment there's nobody who can say that person in that memorialize and that statue monument did something to me directly, but the lesson I think has to be retained I. think There's perhaps a smarter way to do that in the leaving it on the corner of Main Street. I'm open to the concept earliest philosophically. Okay, so, but on that logic. So then what do we do? Start do start editing history books with because we don't like the context of what what it says. Editing history. You know I think you're taking a piece of history and you're putting into a place where? History can be memorialized studied. You put it into a museum. You make sure that actually the textbooks you make an additional effort to make sure that it's still in the textbooks. I'm not saying eraser whitewash. So what's the difference between driving down the street and seeing that statue and be like or your skateboarding or you're out walking or out for jogging like you see a statue and. And you're like. Oh, I one that go in the park and you read the little lack that's attached to the statue. You're like Oh. Wow! I didn't even know that I didn't even know that person. I didn't even know what this was about or what this is. That's happened to me a few times. Yeah, same here. What's the difference between that and going into a librarian? Like walking by bookshelf and seeing a book and you're like Oh. Wow, I wonder what that's about pulling it off the bookshelf. I, think that most people would say you have the choice to go into the library. As opposed to coming from a segment of the population, which would view that statue memorial with a negative connotation, and I would say you also have the choice to not look at that statue in keepdriving her. Keep walking. And don't spray painter. Tear down or maybe you. Deserve to get punched in face. We might have to agree to disagree on this one. I'm not saying. His I'm not a fan of burning the system to the ground. Where does but here's the here's the question. Yeah, the hot topic. Where does it stop just like unraveling the constitution? We one minute. Okay, we don't have to unravel the constitution. The constitution is designed to evolve. You know. The document itself, people should do a little bit of research into the value that the document itself the Constitution United. States of America put on. The life or the belief system of the African Americans. The Constitution did not abolish slavery. Correct, correct cat. There were people who were slave owners at the time of the inception of the constitution in my understanding. Yes, okay, some of the fathers correct so when it got to the point where we realized that that was fucked. Yeah, we didn't get racer up. We amended his is designed to be malleable and evolve with our society. I don't know how to amend the monument. I. Don't Know How to amend the statute. But. How do we keep? You're making the same stakes like if we go back to what I said earlier, you make sure that they're passed on I'm just you know what would? How do you do that? If you'd has to be through education if you don't keep it in people's face. Then, how do they? How do you? How do you keep that? I don't know if you are I. Honestly in a position where we can say that because I, think when we view these statues, we view them differently, and I think to be honest in my personal opinion, most people when they pass, these statues think nothing of them regardless of the color of their skin, but there are for some people. It's you know it's something that they feel is being memorialized or celebrated. That had very. Negative, association or connotation with whatever their background maybe. Right I don't know if I mean again. This is a this is the conversation I think that we need to have I. Don't think that all the monuments and statues should be ripped down and whitewashed, but again like when we decide that the constitution is no longer framing the morals of this country the way we want to what do we do? We start amending it. We read the fuck do that statue. I don't know. I, don't I mean? Clearly. Don't have the answers to anything because I'm deporting people to Guantanamo your. Let's while you're going to be on trial for warcrimes. It's fine. The, yeah, that's a I mean it's it's. There's no easy answers to US I. Don't want the night biggest thing. Nice Y. said if if it's a binary choice, which is not, but framed it poorly with the choice of my words. Keep them up. Return down. I would go with. Keep them up, so the lesson is maintained, but at the same time. I don't know I. Don't actually want to be an asshole to anybody I. Think I'm pretty. You know emotionally receptive person to how other people are feeling you making a funny face right now. It's because I don't always choose to acknowledge it. Fuck face, but. But I also don't want anybody to feel like you know like. There's a memory of something that is shitty. You are divorced correct yes, is there a picture of your ex-wife in your house? Know why. You have the choice not to look at it, Brian. What? Let me know what that I just thought of that right now. Put that in your fucking pipe and smoke it. And this folks is my friend Andy Stump. You have the choice not to look at it. So what I will say though is I. Do have a photo of her with my son that I do keep your probably ripped her portion of it. No folded up note. I did not because it was a great moments there is that one photo, but. When you look at that photo, yes, if there were. Two people in it. Of those two people what percentage is getting your attention? I would say my son is getting. My attention wrecked. If you had a better picture of his son, the did not have your ex-wife in it. Would you have different picture in the frame? I mean I have lots of great photos of just my son so I see the point that I'm getting I. See where you're going with this. And Much Jitsu I'm going to wait a second and trying to think my way out of this horrible situation that you've. but here's the thing right like so we all have. Shit that bugs us right. That person bothers you because of an experience in your past ren and who who the fuck am I to speak for everybody right and that's why I said. Maybe let's first off. Let's have a conversation exactly like this, right. What can we do? Can we do? My favorite questions why? Why do we do things like this, and can we do better? Be Value at the stuff that that's I. Think one of the reasons that we get along. We have the same intensity. Yeah, well. I like to I like to get the data to and I like to pick things apart, and I like to understand the why. You have to understand the why. How are you gonNA solve any type of problem if you don't understand the why. Point is I'm trying to listen to how these people were describing the impact of those things. I am not a fan of burning the system to the ground. Let's find. A meaningful and reasonable approach that serves both that maintains the lesson, but also can remove that friction point in society. Right. I mean yeah I mean that's part of being in the middle is finding the common ground that works for everybody, not taking a hardline stance to the right or to the left, but coming to the middle and uniting and figuring things out like having good conversations, instead of like getting in people's faces while they're trying to you know. You know basically enlightened new on their position of you know how they feel. The racial environment rate. Racist Environment is in this country near screaming. Fuck you in their face. You know that's not. That's not a way to solve any any problem. Anything and you know kicking off. The BOO is the way to solve anything because all of these. You know people that think that that's a good idea I. It's all fun and Games until people's heads start exploding on your right and laughed, and you're covered with your buddies brain matter, it's not, it's not A. It's not a game at that point and I i. don't think we need to go. There I think we need to have a conversation. We need to come back to the Middle I like your viewpoint on it, and but also I'll add to the viewpoint. When does it stop? In a society where again this is me speaking broadly, and my penis is you make broad statements. There become wildly inaccurate. People are being rewarded for. Maybe, a good way to describe would be excess sensitivity right wit. Where do you draw the line? Because what if somebody comes up and says while the color purple? You know I feel the same way about the color purple. As is this group of people, and this is obviously ridiculous example, but as they feel about filling the blank right, the line and I. Don't know the answer to that. How far back do we go? How far should we go I'd I have no clue right, but I'm trying to listen and use my brain. Yeah, I WANNA BE I. WANNA solutions as opposed to I got an idea. Bob, get the chain and attach it to your truck It's no. you know. I don't want it to sound like we're dancing around the thousand pound gorilla in the room because I mean we're clearly talking about black lives, matter and what whatever so I don't want people to think that we're afraid to go there. We're dancing around this subject and we're not. General, but we can specifically talk about that. If yes, so you know I. Think Sammy Sammy on a and she's awesome. Yeah, she was awesome, and she her outlook and her opinion. were great. and I think that the people that are you know involved in the black lives movement that are black lives matter movement that are mirroring her or you know they're. They're reasons for doing it or similar to what her reasons were are awesome but there's there's bad actors that. That I think you know from Antiphon, these other leftist-marxist organizations that have that they've infiltrated into the black lives matter and they've Kinda hijacked it in my opinion, and they're using it for various political reasons, and I. I think that's why a lot of of Americans that are either in the middle that don't completely understand the the message because of that of what what's going on with that or people with their on the right that he vehemently disagree with it in terms of lake, the bad actors, and what's going on with that and not acknowledging what the true. Of that movement is I. I don't I don't like that. Part of it and I think that's what's creating the chaos and the confusion is the bad actors. You know getting in the mix because I. Think you know I completely agree with her position on it and what she's trying to do, and what I think, the essence black lives matters trying to accomplish I. Don't find anything wrong with it at all. Your like racism exists, and it's fucking sucks and on the other side of that coin you know like. Racism is a two way street, so to all all the black lives matter people out there like I called Honky. I've been called a white boy. I've been called White. Bread I've been called a white nigger, so laddy been called a ginger curly-haired. Fuck I have been yeah so All of those you know. Racial slurs were from black people, and so like racism is a is a two way street and fucking sucks for everybody like. I didn't feel great when. When you know that those situations occurred so I can only. I can't even fathom what is happening in your communities, or or what's going on with guys, and so like I. DO agree with I. DO agree with the spirit of that, but when you're leading your your message, become hijacked for refers political reasons like it's a it's. It's not it's not great. It's it's creating more damage than than good when you've let somebody when you've let a political entity. Or another organization hijack you and use you for You know reasons that you didn't intend to spread your message. You know because I like to think like with what Sami was saying like black lives, matter is they're trying to spread a message of of racial awareness and inequality, and really love for your fellow man. You know kind of in line with what you know Martin Luther. King was doing back in the day. But when you have you know, a black lives matter movement that's turning into a riot, and they're burning stores down in there. Looting like you're completely losing a you know a valid message. I think the issue there comes from continuity or lack thereof threat. What I loved about having Samantha on was one geographically, that happened twelve miles up the road. Yeah, so why would i? Not sit down with somebody who had that experience? And I got very interesting. Feedback from that. Some people like you fucking sellout I can't believe that you'd have somebody on pushing. The black lives matter movement and I don't respond on the pro side of the negative side the feedback. And I thought about it. It's like you're confusing a woman's experience or very. Racially, non diverse area read hawking about her experience with the message over an overall organization that by design is absent leadership, which then they're four by definition is not going to have continuity between what Samantha is talking about her experiences here and what's going on into us as an example Minneapolis right. There it's like you got to vectors. Going in different directions Samantha does not speak for the global black lives matters movement, but I love her. Take on why she we decided to go. I was fascinated by her upbringing in a town that is not racially diverse statistically period. In why would I not sit down and listen to that? Yes, I'm not you know. I'm interested in understanding her experience, so can it? It can inform my. Context of the bigger picture I when I sat and talked with her I would. It didn't leave that like oh I, understand now the the baseline foundation five key points. The blackhawks I don't unders- I don't know. Maybe people would into thinking that she was a spokesman. I think she'd be the first person to tell you she wasn't trying to be. Don't, but she did a great job. Of articulating exactly which the value of that listen rape who have different experiences to you? Maybe start with right up the road, right? That'd be good, but yeah. I think. Becoming a better listener, all for everyone is valuable skill set instead of just like waiting for the other person to stop talking so that you can shove your point or your. You know your point of view up there. Ask the key to that way to speak a touch louder than them right so you sit there and you watch. Their mouth got around. You don't listen and come back I would. I would recommend three to five decibels higher right because that say change, somebody's mind, absolutely yes, Yell Louder Yeah, and if they come back at you a little bit louder than you wanted them. What do you do Brian Punch in the face? You're going. You're going to go on trial for crimes against humanity at some point. You know the beauty is neither you nor I have. Any idea to the solutions of this, but I could sit and talk about the day. Yeah I mean it's. I, I hope that we can start having this conversation outside this podcast. You know like I think people are I really do, but I don't think they have. Access to. Almost said hijack the national narrative in. It's not a high. It wouldn't be an issue of hijacking it'd be. Rehi- it from what it's already. I don't know you call when you re. Hijack a hijack. Right? I don't know what that is either. Reject. Whatever may be that because that's what it would be I think more people are having these conversations than we might think I do think that maybe that is the the greatest value of people out there expressing their first amendment. Right is the fact that we can sit down I was certainly paying attention. And was weird. was that by paying attention and not saying anything? That piss people off to rent. Why are you saying something? How about because I don't know what to say? How about because I'm trying to learn at educate and actually think my way through a complex. Complex as good words made that complex nuanced issue. Correct He can't win either way. No Internet you're, not. GonNa win, Shit What goes be I can hardly wait to see my DM's after this fucking podcast goes live. It's GonNa. Be Great. You're probably just going to get arrested. You fucking racist. You would say they racial gun. You're just you're just add no value human. Yeah, you don't. You don't volume life. Send people away to Guantanamo. We should've shot Guantanamo down. Yeah! So here here we are in current times. Okay, so let's dive into what do you? What do you think well first of all before we go down the covid track fire way because that's GonNa fuck happen. What do you what your predictions for Election Timeframe I you know okay. and. What are you GONNA do? GO ON RECORD! I have the problem going on record. The fact. that. Our system. Is producing the two options. that. It is is an indication to me. That it is not working. if I'm viewing, here's the thing my views on trump when I look at leadership in general, some basic criteria that I talk about often when on public speaking. That I want from a leader humble. The ability to not allow their ego to drive their decision. Making process right, you will have an ego. Everybody will have an EGO, but it. It should be disconnected from decision making so humble. Their countable that they're willing to say. This is on me as a leader in you know this when the team succeeds, they get the credit right when the team. You step up in front of you. Take the responsibility for which is not to say that the team gets a free pass, because then you go back and you deal with those issues, but you would do not sit there and go. It was Bob. We would have been fine if Billy Bob or whoever had done their shit, so humility accountability. I'm looking for leaders that have clear and concise ability to communicate. Written word spoken-word. The opposite of Verbose, so you think you know the. You don't think a requirement for you is like tweeting every day. I don't care if. It's a platform that they have available to them as well. You can tweet if you want to. I would hope that he is spending more time thinking about governing the United States than twitter, and again I have absolutely no idea, but it doesn't seem like it Sundays at, doesn't it seems like there's a lot of tweeting going well? I'm going to lay. Lay Out these four criteria for it, I'll give you his great aren't what I think is achieved on each of those high tech, and guess what that is already humility, accountability, clear and concise guides, and then control of your emotions, which is another way to say, remain objective, do not again. You cannot be an autonomous robot. Why I guess you can't be. But, that's not what I want from leaders I want them to be in touch with their emotions I want them to be humane I want them to. Be Empathetic, but I want emotion to be detached from the decision. Making process I would give him an ethanol four. Soda! Biden! Canton Talk. Yeah. Here's the thing I publicly speak I. Have said some Dumb Shit. I have lost my train of thought on speeches. I think there should be a glass ceiling for two things. Age Limit. There's a bottom limit. Let's have a top limit. India accumulative amount of time. You spent in politics. In my opinion, he is exceeded both certainly, so I don't think. I can't say I. Don't think I worry. The? He is from a mental or physiological perspective. Incapable of governing United States if I have to choose between those two. I will vote for trump. And why would you do that? When you gave him an F. in all categories, why would you do that just to keep Biden out of office? is at the play. To a degree. Yes, yeah. I hate the fact that I have to think about our political system. In those terms and people fuck you. You love trump like listen I'm actually a really nice person. I, you know what there's probably some redeeming qualities. The trump has is not aware I don't know the man's not gonna be able to speak on that. He does some publicly stupid. Shit Yes. He does idiotic stuff as as ahead of this country. What I hope is that he has a team of people or is at least you know at. Maybe he's being managed like a sheep herder, right? Because to me. There's two things one I can only imagine the horror that his chief staff goes thrown. Here's the thing to right you. People say the president is the most powerful man in the world. I don't know if he is manner one because there's the seat, and then there's the people in the cabinet underneath, and there's a reason why the congress is in gridlock. Right because everybody is arguing, there's checks and to all of this stuff. I'm not a fan of either of them. Period like that's my political stance. I'm not a fan of either of them. But when it came to trump versus hillary as well, I could not bring myself to vote for Hillary. Clinton I could not do it due to my own personal experiences with that family. Yeah and I hate the fact that that's our system. Those the two choices that I get people funky trump. Listen I'm trying to do the best that I can. You're making me choose between the lesser of two evils right? Yeah and it's so. I feel like I'm back to election twenty sixteen again. Where I'm like oh I don't feel it's incredibly different. No, you know from from we have option A. and option. You here say they're largely identical to twenty sixty. Yeah, you get choice of Shit or Shittier and I don't like being put in that situation that said. I I don't think I can get on board with anything that the left is putting in play especially when they've been so i. don't think the Democratic Party is a whole. And I'm not that educated on politics. Okay, my by the way fucking bear with me here, but this is. My. This is my layman's view. Here I. Don't think the Democratic Party re resembles anything that it used to be from what I know. It was for my for my use or. Few historically in this country like I think it's been hijacked by. You know leftist extremists and and Marxist and socialists that are pushing anti-american agendas, and so when you've got a situation. That's like that you can't. You can't I mean look look what's going on politically especially with the covid thing so I i. suppose. This is a good stepping off point for the covid thing like. There's your favorite topic obviously. I mean we we. We both have some very shared. Opinions of the so it's GonNa be it's GonNa Spicy here in a second the Yeah, the I. Don't think that when they're doing things to incite. And, they're doing things to deny assaulting them. We're not doing yes, yeah, you are when you're when you're indirectly. Supporting entities that are that are writing and creating drama and hijacking, black lives, matter and doing all of these things behind the scenes, and you're right rigging your own primaries and you're you know I feel like the Democratic Party a they have zero great any good leadership. They haven't brought any good. Can't candidates to the to the table at all? And then all the shady stuff that they do, and they're shadiness on both sides like there's there's no Su-. Don't don't get me mixed up here. Because all the people that lean left that listen to your podcast brain, our probably losing fucking minds. I'm not so naive to think that nothing shitty or shady or disingenuous or Any of that happens. Our I'm sorry doesn't happen on the right like it's politics I'm almost at the place where I think the entire ecosystem is tainted. It is and it's. It's the reason I. It's probably why you guys from our community or other people that are are great at leadership. Don't get in the mix because we know what it is, we know. If it looks like shit and smells like Shit. It's probably shit, so I don't WanNa play in that I don't have a career in that I. don't want that to be my life where I like have to. You know. Try and do the best job I can. By my constituents in constantly get either sabotaged by my own party or by the other party. Con Spend Sixty percent of your time working on election. Yeah. Yeah we spend that much time working on getting re-elected. Let alone like what results did you produce for your constituents? What change did you actually effect? I think by and large. The good people get out of politics early because they get there and they see what a shit show it is, and they know they didn't know beforehand, but then they get there and they're like I'm not going to be able to change anything. Because were too busy, fighting and playing politics amongst ourselves. so it's yeah, it's it's. It's a shitty situation, and I hope we can sorta way through it in terms of the election. You know I'm in the same same boat you are and I will. Vary. What's the word I'm looking for I'm not going to enjoy going to the ballot boxes went. I'll say go on record. Who you gonNA vote for trump. And? Here's the reason why. I feel the exact same way about him as you do. I felt the exact same way about him last election, but what I will say is I think that he did produce some tangible results to get the economy pre pre Cova, did he? He I mean our our I'm not sure what the implant unemployment number actually was, but it was an all time low. So I I'm in the same boat, so yeah I'm GonNa go at the trump button in the ballot box, not because I want to, but because I don't like the way the left does business as a moderate. Who Sits in the middle. I, don't I. I don't like the way that they're that they represent themselves on like all the things that they do in the shady shit that they're involved in because I feel like it's more in America's face. I don't know there's Shady Shit. Me On instagram, fucking, yell scream at me. Tell tell him versus down. Send people don't. Go to the ballot box will flee. They do semi links. Ridiculous. Small percentage of this country actually goes to the ballot box. Yeah should be requirement to go and vote and exercise your right. To have an impact or change right? COVID. In hearing Oh. How do you feel about masks? How do I feel about masks? I think they're uncomfortable. Walk that try again. That is not what you said I would. I will refresh me and I won't tonight. What did I say fuck masks? Oh. It's basically just what I said. I mean no, not no, not at all. That's not what you said. God again so now the Internet's going crazy with all the people that think masquerade. What what what's your? Why do you have that position and then I'll tell you why I agree with you I. I'm torn on this one. As I'm sure most people are. Every day that goes by our mathematical models or better, right? The math that came out the stats came out the information that came out in. Wanted this little kickoff Feb.. Yeah, I think I should have got some really serious in February and then yeah like. March was quarantine time bedlam. The projected death rate said. Were insane. Yeah, the the models of people coming up with work her her. Like well, here's the thing though, too. When you have for mathematical model, the more data points you have, the more accurate is going to be, so we keep every day more data points. The math is pointing towards every day with the increased data, points at the mortality rate is going down so I'll start with all star with this I. Don't want anybody to die, but I think it's important for us all to remember. We are serving a death sentence where we are all going to die. I don't want people dying in nursing homes from Covid I. Really don't know but I also don't want a global recession. I also don't want people getting tickets for not wearing a mask for not being able to go to the beach with their family. I? Don't want people getting in fistfights in grocery stores because they say you have to wear a mask and this person says fuck you. That's unconstitutional and I don't want that to happen. But I look at the math. In the. Airplane here that yeah, they won't be able to hear it. To these microphones, we both kind of looked up I was like Oh shit there after a drone overhead. Is imbed we're fucked run? My concern with how everybody is reacting right now is what are we going to do in Cova Twenty, one hits. What are we going to do the next time? Something the the steps that are being taken i. do feel are an encroachment. And I. Don't say that because I don't believe the COVID isn't real. I'm not saying that whatsoever I'm saying I think we're doing more harm than good in the masks? To be totally honest. I can't get a clear answer as to whether or not, they're beneficial or not, because the data is flopping. I'm sure there's fifty people right now. By the wiggling their azoff right in history to find on Google what you're looking for right, so they'll be able to find sites that say the CDC said this, and it'll be other people who are able to say well. The CD said this. And the promise, that's true. They flopped Yeah I think that's one of the biggest problems right now is just the incredible data. That's out there and. Flip flopping back and forth and back and forth and back you know one day. The WHO is saying you know a? Symptom Matic people are not contagious and then the next day they can carry it for thirty to sixty five days, and then they retract and say things like that so I agree with you on the mass position, and and here's why like the it says right on the box, so those face diapers that everybody's wearing does not stop covid. Nineteen people wear them incorrectly. And why they're them incorrectly because they suck because they suck and they don't WanNa fucking wear them. Okay, and so then when we start, you know going down. This rabbit hole of. 'cause I found an article that Harvard doctors wrote and submitted to the New England Journal of Medicine about. Masks, and they say that it gives you an extra seven to ten percent, or and and then it says It's more of a psychological tool within hospitals to help the medical staff understand that it doesn't mean physiologically makes you safer. No. From the perspective of medicine, right something making you psychologically feel better. Right isn't stopping the transmission of disease. No I found some really interesting on the Internet when I was looking through stuff and doing research I found this video. It was called Just Google Japanese our air particulate study. And you'll find the study where these Japanese doctors had this allowed with these super high speed cameras that could detect micro particles in the air, and then they. Were thermal so that they could see the heat and whatnot. Get really good data. Get good, get photos and video of those parts particulates, and how they were reacting in an indifferent air environments where like there were standing than the air was circulating at one speed, and then another speed. And what I found fascinating was. That, it clearly illustrated that if you're wearing a mask and correctly, or if you think you're hiding behind your little, plexiglas shield. The error at some point is going to push those air particularly around, and it's going to go over under around your little Plexiglas, and it's GonNa go. Under over. The gaps in your mask or it's going to go through your mask when it saturates down to a point where it's not filtering what it does filter anymore and so I don't think they're I. Don't think they're effective and I think that. You know Why do you think they're being mandated then? Once again leadership issue I. Don't think the politicians that run the show that make these stupid fucking decisions do their research or I. Mean I think it all boils back to liability. They're like I. Don't WanNa, get sued or I. Don't WanNa. Get not elected because my the dacoven numbers go up. Hey, newsflash Cova numbers are going to do nothing but go up. They're not going to go down. They're going to go up. and the reason for that is we're doing more broad based testing, and the other reason for that is. It's here to stay until we come up with the vaccination for it if we can if we can. I mean this might be the new normal people, so buckle your seatbelt. And get ready for the ride. I've heard some people talking about face masks as a measure of control. Yes credence into that. Yeah I don't like it. I. Tin Foil Hat to you. are you? Are you part of the Aluminum Day? We should start there. No, in terms of Lake Mike Conspiracy theories around you know government control of everything essentially yeah, a new World Order Lake doing a social experiment to figure out like who who are the humans that don't you know that are docile and that they can control easily and we'll just. Bend over and do whatever they're told or the. Outliers that are troublemakers like you and I when we walk into the brewery. You are the troublemaker i. read the sign that said you don't have to wear a mask. If you're seated at the table so I went and sat down. You are an argument of. So you went quarter. Is that how it went? Because I'm pretty sure you looked at me and said. Fuck, your the beer and you pivoted an Edwin sat down and went sat down. Yeah, because you didn't want to deal with that. That's correct. So then I walked up to the counter and I was promptly told to put on a mask in which case I did not, and we were asked to go outside, and because we're good customers of the establishment and realistically I mean that's what I've been doing a little bit to protect myself as. if it's even possible to do that I, I've been eating in out on the patio. A lot in the sunshine fresh air, good air circulation. By that control measure though people saying the first step will be mandatory masks, the second step will be mandatory immunization. The third step will be mandatory chip underneath the skin in your hand. Do you get along on those trains or do you diverge I mean if anybody's trying to put a chip in my hand that skin and knock welfare. That's not gonNA. Go well for anyone. yeah, trying to track anything on my cell phone. Even though I'm sure like a ton of other things get tracked. I don't. I'm not down for the contact tracing program on not down for masks I feel like. Let's be honest. We both have relatively. Thorough. Eating our government's ability to oh. Yes, you graphically fix person to their electronics, ZIP. I think they've been at that for really long. I think they have to I think the government. Is. Far More involved than people's life when it comes from a passive surveillance perspective choosing experts wisely because I'm staying at Your House. A, Hellfire coming through the window. Okay I think the government is far more involved in passive surveillance. The most people would think. And I just be based. On this device right here in it. It's connected to too many things that, too many times people have access to and it goes. Ping here your Yep, and you don't even need to see what I'm saying because you don't see who I'm talking to and then you can draw network. Yeah, and then you can make a network kind of that nebulous. That's called known associates correct. Yeah, that's pattern of life. Yeah, yeah, correct were more fluent. I, yeah, I mean whether or not they're doing it or an AI. Robot or learning machine is doing that and I think they have the capability and have done it for longtime. Yeah! No, you're right the other thing that here's another. Why here's another reason? Why I'm? I'm an asshole about a mask thing i. don't think that the hysteria. The numbers support the hysteria like I. Just I can't get onboard with it because. I I like to do math. And that's why I hate to do math horrible at it but in. A calculator APP on your phone, I do it's my phone me. So it also allows me to search out data, so I found this This website that did a cova calculator. And It was your infection chances based on your age population density, current infection, rate, and known cases which they plus up. You know, they do a good job of saying okay well. This is the numbers through geographic area. And based on you know what's going on in non reporting. We're going to give this an additional three x value. How many people do you have interactions with for less than ten minutes inside six feet per week. And then you put in all this data preexisting conditions. You put all this data and. It spits out A. Number. And with I looked it up for I. I basically plugged in all the numbers for coming up here to. Beautiful Montana and That I have based on my. Interactions with people. My Age I have no preexisting health conditions They're the chances of my infection in a social environment or zero point zero zero to seven percent. Now. I don't know I think that's like three hundred zero three thousands of a percent, so I guess if you take a penny, and you cut it into three hundred pieces or three thousand pieces, and you take one of those little pieces away. That's my chances of getting infected with co Vid in public establishment here. In Montana thoughts on people who would say yeah, but Brian. You're healthy. WanNa you wear a mask to protect those. That don't have the same odds here at I would say to that. Go Fuck Yourself. I would also say. No just kidding. Being I'm being bastard right now. No I would say Your health is your responsibility, and my health is my responsibility, and this is America, so if you feel like. You need to wear masks to protect yourself then where mask if masks work then. Why are you worried about me, not wearing one. And my question is if we're so social distancing properly. Why are we wearing masks? If we're marrying masks social distancing if masks work in there so fucking great then? So many. Batman why do we have to? Why do I have to wear one? If they work in your, you're wearing one. I. Don't have the answers to all these questions. RIGHT NEITHER DO I. But I am a human. That likes to like not. Just do what people tell me to do because. They saw it on facebook or CNN or Fox News. Who Am I got. Everyone's dying. Put on masks. Yeah and I I just can't get I can't get behind it. I think it's. I think it's an infringement on my personal rights. I don't I don't like. The government telling me here put this on your face. This is not the America that I went out to risk my life for and a lot of ways. Politically socially. It's just not i. mean our country's and experiment for sure. Yeah, who knows what it looked like? You know when our kids might have to shoulder that burden. So I mean what what is what is your? What is your thoughts or woods? Your? What do you think about doing the math? Do you think that? Do you think what's going on in this country? Because the arguments to that? Oh, I've. I've heard you know when I say. Do Math people like? Everyone's dying in New York? Okay, we'll look at your population density and look at your numbers. I mean if I. Think if people were if people running around bleeding from the eyes and trying to bite me on the neck or one in some World War Z. Shit some worth one in three people, regardless of their age was getting this virus and bleeding profusely out of there is an ass and dying on dropping dead in the streets. I would probably have a way different opinion of this. But do you personally know anybody that had coven an to people? And how did they a? How was the? How was their covert experience? One visited the emergency room a few times, and the other one has expressed that largely. They're fine. An. Did they visit the emergency room because they were uncomfortable and scared, or was there life gent? endanger I did not have a thorough or deep conversation about the reasons why I would imagine a. Discomfort. And the other one did not to my knowledge. Go to the emergency room hospital all. Okay I. Know Nobody that's had Kovin. And so I would urge. I would urge the political leaders to do a lot of things mainly. Get your head out of your asses but start doing some math and if You know. If you're here in Montana in your shutting the state down because there's one hundred twenty five cases. I. Don't know if that was a thing. Or that should have been a thing. Everybody was like talking about flattening the curve out, and then said we did it, and then everybody's like. Oh, the numbers are spiking and going back up I. Mean I think it was you today? That just told me like L.. A.'s getting ready to shut down again. Well again saw something in the news and by that I mean on my phone, also, we don't even know if it said L. A. might be on the tipping point and know, let's talk about. Flooding the curve, the area under the curve was always going to be the same yeah. It believed that the steps taken were an attempt to not overwhelmed or not overwhelmed overwhelm re healthcare system. So. At doesn't mean we're going to solve this. Without touching the vast majority of people in this country, the area under the curb always be the same. Right, so, how do you feel about? Do you think that the numbers have been tampered with at all? Due to the federal funding because? It's been my understanding from some people that work in the medical field that have passed me some information. That they were like the hospital gets paid X. amount all. That there were incentives to report. Cova Cases Right I have the. Of Evidence to support that other basically the second or third head conversations. Yeah I. Mean I have no evidence that either than than what people you know. Is it possible? Yes and I think it's possible. Soon again. Addressed goes back to okay. Why would they do that? As an economic or is it a measure of control rest the initiation that first domino that falls for the mechanism of control. For the new world order that will terminate in chips and all of us. On how much of a tinfoil hat you WANNA wear? Yeah I mean. There's a lot of ten foil hat stuff out there. I mean I was completely joking around, but the you know, I. Near like. Do you need to get drink some kool-aid? And where your hat up? You know the there's. Those people out there that think that this could have been a weaponized thing from China to disrupt our life and our economy, and because they didn't like the trade deal. So there's also people who think the earth is flat, right? Yeah I don't know. We live sometimes transgender than fiction though I definitely know the world's not flat strew. Could we easily say that? It's a possibility that that may may have happened. I would never put by honestly anything outside of the realm of possible until proven else otherwise. We should We should end with what we opened. How was the last four days you talked about your Jiu Jitsu journey at all fucking eight days into it. You savage veteran. So, maybe we should. Just. How what do you think I mean? You just had a really a pretty good bulldoze. Yeah, it was. It was amazing, so I signed up well. Good for an anti stump. Here is great mode. He's great at providing a path a motivational path I provide people choices that they can make for themselves, and by you called me a contemplating participate but I mean that's neither here, nor there I didn't say that to you. I'm probably wrote it to you. I like the way you frame things so. It's it's you speak my language, so it's. It's why we're friends, so. Yes, so I came, and participated in coach Thornton's seminar, and I signed up in for the to train in Portland, and unfortunately I got I got like four sessions into my timing was less than I've got four sessions deep into my foundations and they. They cut it off And that was Super Shitty, but so I hadn't rolled at all and then came, and then you sent me that that about flyer to come out here and so I did and it was an amazing experience I had. It's it's great like I am finding something to love that I'm a novice out again and so So thank you for that. motivation and thanks for you know Put me up and having me on the PODCAST, and coming out to experience all that and the people that I met in the gym were were great. Traffic Keesa Amazing Trabzon KEESA. Much for everything Leah Thank You for your coaching because I picked her brain quite a bit during during the seminar coach Thornton. Thank you for spending time with Andy United this afternoon Frankel spent. Yup, absolutely they. I mean it's definitely a crew of amazing people out here and it's it was it was it was a fantastic experience in the thing that I loved the most was just unlocking the small laser focusing on things and unlocking the small details in the. That will make you successful because there was times where I was like wrenching and wrenching lynching the train. Get something that I thought I was like I. Think I'm doing this right? And then I would stop and grab one of the you know the coaches and be like Hey I'm totally fucking this up right now. Just move the angle over here and you're like. Oh, actually can't fail now radin believable. Yeah, adjuster, angle ten degrees, or turn your wrist, bone, ten degrees, or put your you now turn the thumb upward, or whatever it was, and it was a very simple detail in a very simple fix that lead to success effortless success. That that mount escape that we were doing. Today was showed us where you just like bridge out. Like. To sit up. Driver hip a little bit. Just sit up. Just sit up I was like Fuck I. Wish I would've known that four days ago when you were mauling me like a fucking grizzly bear that it would work. Nothing, he showed you today. Will I'M GONNA use the shit out of it on you from Elon I'll just learn new things I know and that's what's great about it is. You can just keep layering layering layering layering and skill sets. Go up beyond totally I'm totally into it, and it's it's awesome. It's great. It's a great fitness tool. It's good for your mental health. It's good for your. How wiped were you at the end of those three hours? Oh. I don't know if people understand the physical. Horsepower drain no throwing human bodies around for hours on end as who also learning the same material that you're learning, so therefore are trying to defend against the technique that you both just learnt yeah. It is awesome, though yeah, that that I love those seminars it vesting your six total hours over two days. Yeah, so awesome and I think it up to my game sustained substantially just everybody who participated in that came out of there with a magnitude of order, greater understanding and probably physical ability. Yeah, yeah, the second day, my my partner Cameron. Purple Belt Amazing Dude Cameron. If you listen to this, you're also made this table. He May table bitching. Yup, hopefully, he gets his website up soon, so we can push that actually good job, cameron. I would actually tell people where they could go, but. I can provide people options Brian. Cameron saw fucking up and. So He's a great partner and at the at the beginning of the day the morning when we were doing like the warm up drills and everything like I could not. Stay I couldn't stay in. You know the top slippery devil, and he is a slipper devil, and then by the end of the day he couldn't buck me off, and he looked at me and he's like wow, and then he said see what a difference. Just a few hours of really good instruction makes, and what a difference it is, and I was like yeah I blown away by it, and it was just like I said earlier small details you know. So yeah. So He's a hell. The weekend I appreciate taking the time coming out. Do thank you so much for having on this podcast. I love sitting down and. Offending the shit out of them. are going to be in. Fire. I can hardly wait to read them awesome. Ready for dinner I. Am Ready Smart All right. Thank you again to hellofresh for supporting this episode of cleared hot, go to hellofresh dot com slash eighty, eight, zero cleared hot and use the code eight zero cleared hot to get a total of eighty dollars off including free shipping on your first box. Additional restrictions apply. Please visit hellofresh dot com for more details. And that. Is it for this week? Everybody I hope you enjoyed. The episode got a few more in the can already waiting for release on Monday. Or as Mondays come and go. 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veritable

Merriam-Webster's Word of the Day

02:02 min | 1 year ago

veritable

"What's tres of the day for April fourteenth? Today's podcast is sponsored by kindle unlimited read as much as you want from over a million books and five thousand audiobooks with kindle unlimited books may be added and removed from time to time, but with a wide variety, you're sure to find your next favorite read. Get two months of kindle unlimited for just ninety nine cents by visiting Amazon dot com slash word. Today's word is veritable spelled V E R IT AB L E veritable is an adjective that means being in fact, the thing named and not false unreal. Or imaginary? It's often used to stress the aptness of a metaphor. Here's the word used in a sentence from the verge by Brian Bishop the availability of movies and TV shows. I'm streaming services is a veritable merry go round these days with so many titles coming and going that it's hard to keep things straight. The word veritable like its close relative Verity meaning truth came to English through anglo-franch from Latin. It's alternately derived from various the Latin word for true, which also gave us verify of vir- and verdict veritable is often used as a synonym of the words, genuine or authentic as in a veritable master. Piece, but it's also frequently used to stress the aptness of a metaphor often in a humorous tone as in a veritable swarm of lawyers in the past usage commentators have objected to this latter use, but today doesn't draw much criticism. With your word of the day. I'm Peter Sokolski. Visit Marian Webster dot com today for definitions wordplay and trending word look ups.

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Carolla Classics: Christian Mingle Complaints, Elliot Gould Interview, and Art Alexakis' Story

The Adam Carolla Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Carolla Classics: Christian Mingle Complaints, Elliot Gould Interview, and Art Alexakis' Story

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. And welcome to another edition of Grohl classics happy Saturday. This is Chris locks mon- producer of the atom Pearl show along with cruel archivist superfan Giovanni here and Rex recording this on Saturday. Saturday's leaks, you got a lot of clips. But I wanna remind you that you're finding this show on the Adam Corolla show feed. Invite you to check out Kroll classics. I'm podcast one. We'll be posting some extra content there. Also, please rate and review us on apple podcasts, and let podcast one, and I tunes and everyone know that you're loving classics. We're gonna lot of great feedback in really pre sheet. Everybody listening now, let's get on with the clips. Let's start this one off this is from two thousand thirteen featuring Alison Rosen, Brian Bishop and to doctors. Well, Dr life is not actually in the section, but he's in the episode, but also featuring Dr funny, Dave. Damaging from may twenty eighth twenty thirteen. This is a clip that was requested by Sean Zimmerman, Sean makes jokes on Twitter. He writes, so my favorite improv show ever was when the doctor life and Dave damasec episode. They've plays disgruntled Christian mingle customer phony and a complaint to God. And Adam Corolla plays. God he says it was pure comedy gold. It was snubbed for an ace award nomination. He plays the clippers anyone who listen enters into the show. And he doesn't believe it's ever been replayed since we'll show. So I dug it up and is hilarious. All right. So we're going to also make sure if you guys want to request any clips Email, it's classics Adam dot com or tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio or at me, Chris locks Amman. Let us know, Sean. This is Adam Karol show ten eighty. Crepe created three Bob Billy, the we he or she is the Cree the we well, I had one in mind, but I have to take a quick detour. Now. Alison rosen. What what's the stink? I I'm trying to get through this. I have a couple minutes each week. And all I get from. You is I can't wait to hear you talk some more Adam Karol, you know, I don't like that taste the blaster. See how you like this jerk of the nice mound. The nice. I just mild. You can I feel this. You may not I was. All right. The good doctor is waiting to come in. Let's get to quickly. Then I was these commercials. I didn't realize and it's funny because the good doctor who we see in every airline magazine for his remarkable physical transformation. He dropped all that way. He's now musclebound this is one of those things. And then when you flip through the magazine more, it's filled with dating websites ways to go on dates. Always all of these things. Everybody's looking for someone else and match dot com is successful. And then they break it out into subsections j I think there's something called fine black singles, which I find a little -fensive I feel like that's not an appropriate name. But the worst of them all Christian mangled dot com. It says fine God's match for you fine. God's match for you. So God is getting involved here. He's he is actually setting you up. Jesus is getting involved in who you. You go out with and it occurs to me. If you are a devout enough person that you're going for the help at Christian mangled dot com. You can't really say, no. But I assume they don't have one hundred percent success rate. I everybody who goes to Christie mingled dot com. Does it marry the person that they I get set up with right? And this seems like you lack some faith and bad behavior. You don't God supposed to be doing the matchmaking? Right. Why do you have to go online? If God is finding match for you. You know, number two the keyboard? Yes. The number two. Yeah. I I it's very funny because I'm sure is a lot of people that see people's headshots, and they look fantastic twelve years old, and they range fate. And then they notice they have a fat ass. And then like, you know, what I talked to God in the bathroom. He said keep moving. Well, that's exactly right. What is what is the premise of a website in which Jesus has played matchmaker at you're kind of put in a real tough pickle? If you're not into the girl ball, Brian. Let's do a reenactment play. It up ace UB Jesus Christ. I will be this ad on. I'd connor. I am going to be a dissatisfied customer blowing in a call to you to render. My my I'm not complaining. Let it ranked three times because I wanted to think I'm desperate. You know, you don't want. God just pick a Hello. Who's this? God busy after all. No, caller ID. So I do the thing. You know? Hello, commit a LA. Yeah. Calling for Jesus. Who's gone named scale? You probably recognize the name you set me up on a blind date couple days ago. Oh, right. Right. Right. Earl named chastity. Yeah. TGI Fridays with the coupon. Yeah. Yeah. Up to speed. Nice. Well, my son should arrested on the day, you're born. Well, that's one of those things like they say subjective sort of thing. And that's kind of the reason for my call. I'm a big fan of your work. I think the half off the entrees before five pm on the first date with the coupon. Well, I'm nip it, you know, I aware that you may have some notes for me, and I'm interested in in your inputs, but in your input. But really the issue is, you know, I just don't know offense Jesus. But she wasn't for me. I just don't think it's a match. I just I just wanted to. I thought that I put all my faith in you, obviously. Given my life over to you. Hold on a second. I'm right in the middle trying to get Dane cook his career back. I mean, I really I really looking for love head scratcher. So you're what I really want money. No, no, no. I just wanted to sort of. I don't wanna complain. I don't want to sound that way. But ungrateful. I just wanted to let you know that maybe we could try again because I really wasn't in two chess. Yeah. I just was resent her name the Bono kid. I think no was not because I didn't leave me Jesus. You know? And I would never be that sort of a team meeting on that one. Yeah. Yeah. One you're talking about has a Wang talk about well first off, watch your language. I had to tell everyone pull up a cloud. We really gotta talk this one out when he chanced bona. Burning the midnight oil. Most people use this line to bag for the life of their five year. But a tumor not bitch about Jada. Screw shaded. Christian singles, or whatever it is. They do this kind of thing when an airplane is plummeting toward a volcano. That's when the phone rings. I get a lot of screaming and lot of apologies. I don't get a lot of bitching. I do go to church mcilvaine the consumer hotline. Google that shit bitch. Wow. Jesus digging deep. I'm sorry. The guy was he looked up consumer fraud lived on the earth. Don't be. I'm thinking Erica banking on him. Yeah. Don't be upset with trying to tell. Obviously, irritable. I I've seen it. All right. But. I know I have angel hair pasta. Usually a laugh. I think that's that's funny. I it gets a laugh it always gets a line. And what about dessert? Here we go. Let's see let me guess bouncing out with some devil's food. Angel food bit. Yeah. That's funny. Devils fit write that down. Anyway, normally people make this call when they're either on fire or their kid has tumor or the plane plummeted. In this cast that he wasn't it. I'm ready to share my life with someone. I wanna build a family. Okay. This topsy turvy world. I don't know. What's go? Hold on. Let me tell you about ask you. Here's I want their whole family. They're all my creatures and my son's, by the way, you can't have a family. Yeah. Sheets now. I just I just the activated. I mean this fall because I want a bunch of you guys ringing. My phone little use ringing my phone off the hook. Hey, can we get one of those Barbie corvettes come on? This is for dying kids. I thought the Jews God was the vengeful one. Now, I just listened this sheets. No good. So the good news is you don't need a condom. The bad news is can be no offspring. I gotta get back to Cook's career here. This is a headscarf fine. I just wanted to let you know that if maybe you see fit down the line to try and set me up again because I would be interested in who choices for me can bigger tits. Okay. Let's hang it up. There's ce`namas we got tornadoes. Some cook it up over here. We got all sorts of stuff. Hey, jesus. One more question. Yeah. When I have a catch. Powerful. It's good. Been a wonderful. And I just wanna say Adam Curle. I was I nervous to work with Adam Corolla, the great Adam Corolla to take the stage with him. Sure. I was but he is so generous performer. Yeah, he creates a playground. And that's why I got into acting the craft is so exhilarating when someone else's taking chances. I'm courageous spray. All right, bring it home because that's Dr. These lack of these people lacking faith, don't take Jesus setup. What are you go on Christian mangle? In the meantime, feel this forget the nails and all that stuff. I was going to crucifixion that seemed to harsh, but nails hindsight that even worse. But anyway, I the way taste up last there. You're the creep of the week. Stamp dot com. Save time for your small business. Skip the hassle of the post office buying print official US postage for any letter any package and do it right off, your computer and printer and with stamps dot com. You get five cents off every first class stamp and up to forty percent off of priority mail. We use it. Here we use it at the other shop, we have the scale we send stuff out. It's all we use. No wonder seven hundred thousand small businesses use stamp, look it's about time. It's about effort, it's about saving money stamps. 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But there are several ways bits that people people referencing. I believe this is the original. There may be one that predates us from the Allison air. I'm not thinking of. But I'm pretty sure this is the first one thousand fifteen episode sixteen twenty two. Aways bit. Luckily, thanks to ways of which Gary's a huge fan. I just popped in the address for here in ways, and it took me off in a side street and circumvented at all seems like only yesterday I was going to catch a contractor with the ways this system going and the nice lady was interviewing me about the Paul Newman racing documentary and Brian fine. Well, catch contractor from where my house is to the west valley and in doing ways and eight AM. Call time is total insanity. It's to ten one eighteen to two five five one four or five get off onslaught and cut off. Laws and get back on the one eighteen and get off on shoop and make a right onto panga. And then they start just fishing you down these roads. Because again, it's it's it's eight AM and middle the week. And it's not just turn here. Turn there. It's in five hundred feet turn here in two hundred feet. Like, the countdown that had done right and Matt his lined up. All the interviews. I'm supposed to be doing stuck in traffic on my hour and ten minute drive to the set of catch a contractor. But I can't shut the waves the ways chick off while I'm doing the interview and the person doing the interview can't hear it can't find a brand. It's a lot of Intel coming at. He's having a sifter in lifetime. You're doing. You got the way Gary ways the follow up ways, Brian's got it. I got. But you're doing yours. I'm sorry. Go ahead. So I imagine that thanks for having me pleasure. Sony's talk to you. I imagine this has been a real passion project for you. What made you inspired to do something for Paul Newman? Well, Paul was a guy gave back our unity. He's a guy who didn't. Turn left on on flower street, just because. Guy who would have just gone he's he he gave back and so because he gave back I wanted to give something back as well. I understand do you. Do you like classic cars better than modern cars. Your preference arrive at the habit. A lot of those cars that you own now I'm talking about where does he do you prefer the classic car over the modern car when it comes to racing? Well, obviously, I do the vintage racing feet. Turn right. Sure to take a right turn in my life. And and I started off thinking about, you know, Rachel was all BMW M threes and Alexis and stuff like that. But a certain point I, you know, like eight hundred years ago, I took a right turn and start really focusing on the vintage. Turn. Vintage right. Was the right turn for me. About half second relates come up with that. How much time did you spend on the Newman's Own the salad? Dressings the food that was important part of the store here on cars. What about popcorn did you focus at all on the Newman's Own aspect of his career focused mostly on raising? She was a good guy injuries. User injuries. I like Paul nerve. He's good turn right on San Fran. Get into his personal life at all his failure. Live my life a quarter of a mile at a time. And I turned he made popcorn lifetime. Lifetime HALE street, everything I need. Thank you so much. This is really informative noted. This is going to we're going to be able to publish this. But I. Thank you, Paul. Sorry. Thank you. Thank you in six hundred feet turn right on western avenue. Then turn right Gina. How that interview? I don't know how I'm gonna piece this together. But I think I'm going to change directions and say that I think he trips acid when he talks to every interview went on my way, and Gary the long run, man. I got yuck. Oh, Brian thrown Brian under the ways bus gave you the long one came in the long run. He's going to go find it. 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Box dot com. Enter adamant checkout get the deal. We're back Chris geo here GO, I'm sure you've heard the news about being from Kevin and bean Nelson. He's going to be departing that morning show at the end of the year move to England now one of the other host of that show, a newer host is Jensen Karp, who maybe a lot of people won't exactly know who he is just by hearing his name. But he's one of those guys that Brian brings up all the time as the dude that knows everybody he came on the show in two thousand sixteen to kind of tell his story and how he got to where he is. And is really great interview. Actually, he quit his podcast up on this, which was quite popular. And I got indication that was he said it was because he was joining Kevin bean and his beautiful time. And that led me to believe that one of the guys was probably going to bail and found out a few months later, and that's what's happening. So his rule on the Suming will be expanded. I thought he was kind of filling in for Ralph garments rule, but it seems like he may actually end up being a full co host. So here you go thousand sixteen episode eighteen thirty nine Jensen Karp on the atom Kroll show. Shinsen carpers in studio book, Kanye west does me three hundred dollars and other true stories from a white rapper who almost made it big right off the tongue. I I laugh because every I is a person who does this for a living. Always stumble over that last part. Yeah, this subtitle, and then anyone has written a book realizes that. When you make the rounds. They always screw up that part. Sometimes they transpose things Brian. You know that part. Yeah. The book was shrinkage manhood marriage in the tomb of tried to kill me. And it was like shrinkage marrying a man and. Totally different different, bud. Decent book, though. I was gonna say she'll go on that. Yeah. Right. And I I we somebody's gotta change either. The nounce gotta get coached up or we got with the subtitle here. Is this remind me, I just told Garrity grab it as it. Eddie. I believe it's Wang the weekend. He says Eddie heard Massport. Whatever he's been on the show. He was on Marsha and he wrote a book, and here's his intro. And you tell me how Bill does with this. He's the host of Iceland Wang's world and author of the new memoir double couple of on the trial, the trial the trail. Fish, Freddie, and slip their Eddie of family. She's family of the family feud, food and broken hearts in China and they're a fucking title short anymore. Kill them more time. Just now, it's not Bill Maher's. The most competent host on the planet. I mean that guy most through cue cards and never he'll do ninety minute show without a hiccup in it. But still this is a bridge too far. And it's the it's it's it's a publisher fall, right? Books for a week at least. Well, it's for. Yeah. But he can do it. Like, I what is it deal? One more time at then we'll figure out what it acts Wang's world and author of the new memoir double couple of on the trial, the trial the trail. Fish, Freddie, and slip. Their Eddie of family family of the family feud, food and broken hearts in China and they're a fucking title short anymore. All right on the trial of family trial. I cry because he said trial. That's why on the trail of family on the trail of nine shit of books are on trial or on a trail. But anyway on the trail of family food and broken hearts and China thought was anyway, anyway, everybody welcome to the show. I don't know. I'm doing this is right now. Yeah. Go ahead. I was shocked to me. I the reason I put a subtitle in mind is that I don't want people think I three hundred twenty pages about why Connie just me money. No, I get it. You have to kind of when if Brian is writing a book, and no one knows exactly why Brian's writing a book he has to put in his humor, you were in the pool Jensen, especially because your story as told in this book, which I read cover to cover and I loved thank you cannot be encapsulated in title. There's so many individual anecdotes and stories. Yes. And turns even trying to wrap it up in a short title. Yeah. A lot of stuff going on walk us through some of the more. Terrific stories. Yeah. Well, it it basically chronicles my career as a rapper which is super weird because I look like if like like if Verizon guy was like a hip rabbi, I don't look like your normal. But it was something I had love my whole life. And I grew up in a group in the San Fernando Valley Griffin Woodland Hills. And no one around me was wrapping. So it was something I wanted to do and I became very good at it. And I was a. Pretty much L A's best battle rapper and I entered a radio contest on the beat out here with the Baker, boys. And I ended up winning a battle competition for over forty days. The Baker boys were couple of Hispanic guys that we sort of knew back from the Kevin being day, Eric, Nikki doubt. And you got. Yeah. I was in about ninety seven to nine thousand nine. Yeah. Around there. And how does how does a rap battle? Go down the road, you call in in real life. It's, you know, just to eight mile in real life for this real call you would call in. And then it would they would play a beat. And then it would be a call and response. So it's like who's on that line. Then you have to implement your name in it. So I'm hot Karl and did it at a done, your, mom sucks. Then they would say where are you calling from? And then I would have to somehow implement Woodland Hills or valley in it and the second part, but you have to make fun of three other, callers, and they're all fifteen fifteen-year-olds on their phone. You know, what they look like? So you can't talk about their teeth or the hair, and you have to be creative. You can't pre chamber lot of stuff because if the guys calling from Pacific Palisades wouldn't know that Berg, and then you got called out you had to sort of be on your toes. I mean, you can have punch lines ready share still had to fit it in. Right. And that was why it was hard. And so the the biggest champion before me had ten days. I got forty three which was nuts. I retired on my own two finals at USC. And then I got a million dollar record deal off the radio. From Jimmy Ivy and Interscope back from doing that from doing that had a couple of songs ready once I started a pop in. I turn those in his well. But that was I got it because I was on the radio every day. No. There was no I pod. No light. Yeah. So they like keeping people hostage who turned down MAC. Yeah. Mac ten became like this radio phenomenon in LA, especially because the Cowboys kept describing like he's a nerd like always sounded like this look like an account and act like an account. And so I basically started to get all these calls from people I was going to school for film at writing and for like sitcom writing, and I got a call. My mother is like he's like, my publicists like, even then she would tell everyone what I'm doing just, you know, reason Jewish and so she told this woman at a mailbox and the woman goes, oh, my son's rapper, and it was MAC ten this gangster rapper who used to perform with cube. And he's a big big deal. He no he he was on love line on MTV as a guest some some years ago. Open open gang member admits it. Named after an assault. And so forth buys parents. Yeah. Yeah. Well, you gotta wonder what came first. After machine pistol or him taking up the gang for him. Bryce Harper was clearly going to be baseball. And so he was very sweet and called my cell phone and got number through my mother. And he said where are you? And I said, I'm at my parents house and Woodland Hills. He said give me the address I gave it to them which normally shouldn't do and he showed up, and he had a briefcase with fifty thousand dollars cash you walked into my parents house like feet from where I watched us street and put it on the table. And he was like you take this is just a bonus. It's not even we're not even talking about your deal yet. You just take this to be exclusive to me, and I was a college student eating Rahman. And so I said, no because I've seen like behind the music enough to know the idea, and then we stay we stayed friends. But I ended up taking a much larger deal at Interscope, Jimmy and. Couple of things nineteen. That point you say had the same brain tumor ball Brian has, but you have it is or similar or similar t-. He he's had a harder time. I I have a brain tumor that is not growing or developing in my mid brain. Interim must be nice. I am a real I'm really rubbing in your face. How did you find out about it? Well, this is gonna freak people out. But it has nothing to do with why bring Ida ringing in my ear wouldn't go away for like two days. So I went again Jewish. I went into the doctor, and he was like, oh, it's inflammation. No big deal. But then he said, we'll because you have this like I could get you a coupon for a free brain scan like you can just need it through insurance pretty much. Yeah. And I was like absolutely ever said. No, I've never said not coupon. So I took it. And then I was like joking around two days later when the nurse says he wants to talk to you put him through. She said now you got command. He's not able to talk on the phone. I can't come in. I'm too busy. She was now you're missing what I'm saying you have to in my whole system closed down. But I have three tumors, which the reason I wrote the book three tumors in my mid brain. And they don't grow, and that's O'Brien. I know each other we have a we're in a weird brain tumor Colt. And so, yeah, I've been finally get brain scans every six months, you're overdue, by the way, Dr. Oh, yeah. I am. Thank you. Same doctor same doctor, and we'll maybe hasn't been issued a coupon. Waiting waiting for my Ralph's card to come through. So how do you make your money now? Yeah. And what happened with the insanely promising rap career ended up recording tracks. They put so much money in recorded with red man and DJ quick and fabulous and Maya in a young Conde west and are less impressive names like Sugar Ray. And and so I did that and they recorded this whole record for me. And then there's a weird sort of industry story, which is what the book is about is that they didn't end up putting out the record at all. There's a lot of controversy in weird stuff because it's a it's a very strange industry story where they put eight hundred thousand dollars new record than walked away. And so I went back to kind of what I was doing. I had a tough time twenty one figure out my dreams not coming through. And then I sort of dust myself off. And now, I'm pretty I'm a working comedy writer, actually, David Wright, the SP's. He's always brought in for if someone has cancer. He writes. Who? So when it comes to like, wrapping and free styling, and all that kind of stuff is it sort of like a comedian with a heckler, which is the have a couple of things chambered, and that can also do a lot of. Improvising. But also if the person's heavyset there's a couple things that are their persons old or whatever it is in hip, though, it's a little because I've done stand up as well. It's a little more critical. So when I was doing battle shows I would do four five songs top. And then people were just there to see me battle anyway. And then I would call up whoever wants from the audience, but those people are at my Lascaux. So if I call fat guy a homeless, Dom deluise. Rhymes with a lot of things album is they know I just said it to someone else. It'll be a problem because back then freestyle was the king of battle. And you had to be you had to make it up on the spot. So no, I would have chambers in case. I if I knew I was going to like El Segundo to do battle in new no one would go there. Or like, if I was in San Francisco, whatever I knew, I wouldn't have doubles. But if I was still in LA I had to come up with difference. Everytime. Who are the guys that we would have heard of that are very good at that that we might not know very little. They don't go on like me. They don't go onto very much written music. But, but you know, m was a great battler. He was he came in second here in LA rap Olympics before anyone who he was. He was really good. Yeah. And there were there's some guys here. They're I mean, again, really technical obscure names, but a guy named Jin got famous on television. He ended up signing deal universal and rough riders but didn't release anything that you'd know. Only have a certain talent. It's kind of like, you know, what it's kind of like heckler. It's like a crowd work. Yeah. That guy's great at crowd work, but not necessarily do great stand up. He hasn't written a great movie. It's a certain technical skill. Yeah. In. Yeah. But but it's like. If you want to be an if you want to join Saturday Night Live better to be Dana Carvey with a whole bunch of different voices and characters and stuff like that set stuff better to be better Darrell Hammond or something, you know, when you meet Darrell Hammond is very quiet almost Moreau sky. Chris catan? I'm trying to think of him. I know might does monkey boy sounds like. I don't think of doing great impressions. But when I'm say is Darrell Hammond is spot on when he does his impressions. But when you're up on stage with them he doesn't spring to life as Darrell Hammond. There's not a lot of Darrell ham memoir his memorial. I've scared. That's a character tone. I've I've told me the cruise ship story Lord Disney cruise ship story. They're all rough. And he told me some really rough stories, and he's as in in person, one of the saddest most morose people you've ever met in your life. Like, there's literally just a wave of of melancholy that's over him. But you point him toward doing Bill Clinton or Donald Trump, and he hits it out of the ballpark. Yeah. So in a weird way, maybe that's sort of battle rap verses writing. Yeah. And execute and the book I compared to Chris rock a lot Chris has kinda struggled in writing film. Like, he doesn't wanna talk about how to state clearly. But I mean like you would think someone like him or Louis would just nail writing screenplay. But that's not hasn't been the case. Chris is a lot of writers to right? Yeah. But movie wise, like as far as you know, he hasn't really you'd think he's pretty much the best in my opinion, the best need. Yeah. But it doesn't translate that long-form world the only one who liked top-five. I liked it. It was. I liked it. I didn't I didn't. I had. It was a weird thing. And that I think people liked it more than they maybe should have a couple of weird kinda weird bumpy spots in it like when they're at a strip club with Seinfeld or whatever was. Weird. But all agree. It was above. Average was good that we can d- Mexican me. We can we can all agree that. Yeah. Speaking. In the N word. Is there any context? There's no there's don't even like it. When Latino rapper say the word fat, Joe, we'll say it or b real from cypress hill. That's not even allowed. I don't think. That's as I listen, I grew up in an fluent area. My parents my dad was a car salesman. My mother was an advertising for junk mail. I did not. I was not raised with real privilege, but I knew even listening to public enemy or Paris or or any of these sort of rappers. We're talking about what's going on in the streets knew not to touch it. I knew it could love it. And love the art form and be passionate even relate to the angst. But you can't reappropriate a culture that's based on struggles of culture, you're not. So I knew even at eleven like a weird small little pitchfork critic. I knew what I could and couldn't touch, and I've always known the N word is always been off limits. It's not even a jokey freestyle thing. Like that's like racist. Massachusetts college students that are wasted that are free selling with their past. Yeah. Know what and Tober seven. We'll see. His house Eminem do with the N word. I will he got caught once they released a freestyle from when he was younger and that tape had it on there and other than that. He's never said it. But you know, let's let's grandfather men guy at the thought. Because when I'm telling you when I was a kid. I'd get dropped off at the Boyd brother houses. And it was they were black as they got. And it was two days nonstop this in the seventies of them and every human being in the neighborhood calling each other nigger, that's all it was hardy are though. Yeah. He went hard the nigger. Hardier? That's well, probably nine hundred seventy five or something. That's what they that's what they did. It's kind of weird that we do is. Okay. But the certain point we'd have difficulty explaining to another culture from a different planet. Exactly. Why saying yeah. But that's what that's all. They did. Yeah. That's all they did in certain point flew out of my mouth too because I was right in the middle of. That's all they did a record scratch was. Was was. Pickup football game. I put a little shake and bake on one of them and screamed like me now. And Dale they'll pause, and then they'll look at each other one, that's our laughing real hard 'cause day. Understood what I was absurd context to it. But the point is like if if m m is going to be in the midst of that in the midst of that world, and that's all that's coming. Adam. I I'll I'll get my grandfather passed, but oh, so they found an old recording of him. No one cared. I don't think so Eminem isn't like it's different for me. I I grew up in sort of an area where like the girls in my high school got their noses done when they turned sixteen. I mean, it was I grew up in a place where like if I said, it it's pretty racist m grew up in a completely different culture and a different scene. And that was our biggest difference. Even though we were both sort of pop culture battle guys. Our biggest difference was our background. So the the tumors. Good. Yeah. 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I this probably would've been a lot different. Or if he'd just been booked in studio and Adam Ray or somebody else have been booked for this episode, it would've gone a lot different. But had that happened. We wouldn't have these choice drops that came from this very bizarre interaction Adam has onstage with a mostly quiet Elliott who chimes in cage Nally and in this section. We have a lot of the drops that are famous. Adam will now do that reenactment Embiid. We're Brian play the drops and Admiral to say stuff, the only other person they did that with was Isaac Hayes with his insane morning show interview shortly before he died, so it's a little creepy. But this is this is the source of all those drops. When they let's ask Elliott Gould. He thinks this is where it comes. You know, women you guys never bring up that part. You know, it's a lot of complaints about where we get seventy cents dollar. And we're held back and we. We're we're got hormonal issues, and you know, what about the part where we die almost a decade before you do anyone ever want to bring that up. That's a perk. That's a perk. Davin ovaries. Is it not the extra ten years? You get to spend on a fucking planet spending our money that bad, right? All the breaks. Yeah. I'm just saying rarely comes up you get a break on your insurance, and you live in extra seven seven eight years or something it's not bad. I have a theory about that. Which is that's a little insulting. But that's never stopped you before. Well, just a little. I'm up on stage burning calories and my wife right now. Oh like into spended animation all being Denver over the weekend. Burning some calories. My is kinda hang with the kids have a certain amount of life force, and you're just whipping three years faster. Yeah. Yeah. Stress. You know, what I mean too much travel too many too many early mornings too many early coal times for the great Elliott Gould. This is excellent for the people that are just listening in their cars. Believe me. I could descend we had Willie Nelson up here. And they'd be like. That's cool. Yeah. So I think you burn yourself out. I think guys I think I think the burn themselves out. I don't know. I don't know there's a biological thing. I think guys, and then you end up doing things like smoking and drinking and stuff like we just need to find some really lazy sedentary guys and find out how long they got him dad. How's he doing? He's sees one. And he's still going strong. Yeah. No, I explained to my dad and his kind of terms as I could the other day that he was like a a kind of a crappy car, but with almost no mileage on it. You know what I mean? Like, if you took a shimmy chevette and just put it up on blocks in your garage in nineteen Seventy-three. It's still a piece of shit, but it's brand new prince pristine, he's still has that new human smell. Yeah. He's not a good model. You know? He's not he's not a Ferrari or corvette. He's a shitty model. That's almost brand new because he's never been driven like in the in the snow. How do you take that Nuth? I told him he was why sort of told me this low mileage lot not a lot of days on the roof working out in the sun. Not a lot of super stressful business meetings. Not a lot of burning the midnight oil. You know, he's kind of. He's like veal. Yeah. Yeah. You know, what he's like he's like slippers? You put them on. But you don't go jogging them you. Don't wear them outside. You don't run in them. They never see the rain. They're still shoes. You can get some mileage on them. Just not tough miles. Not running on trail mileage slippers. That's all carpeted miles right dad's been on nothing, but carpeting still alive. We've got pictures. There's my dad. Yeah. Places. Trumpet, walks around slippers, Elliot. What do you think is how do you feel? How's your health talking to my my health is fine? Thank you. Good. You get to water was not open. So nothing spilled. Yes. I know what you like some water. Thank you, would you like some anger. You'll try angry. That's gotta get him out of his shell. By the way, you think I'm gonna show you're on. Out of the show. This is you out me. Wow. That I've seen you be showed dynamic actor. Oh, that's it. That's what what what. Now, that's a good point here Michigan. There is your hand there and taste of my signature may agree. This this going to get you. Into a shell. No, there's no shows for this. Let's talk about this acting for for moment. I wanna talk some more. Yeah. Even the more than this. Watch the Oscars. Yes. And I noticed that a lot of the actors didn't seem to want to go to rehearsal. I don't know about rehearsal. You mean when they were dancing? No, not dancing a little bit. But when they do the Oscars they go. Hey, could you come out on Thursday and do like a rehearsal where you read the teleprompter and do that? And all the ants all the actors go the protectors. Yeah. I don't know that that's true. I've done the award several times. Oh, let's talk about that. We just did. Okay. That's over. Let's talk about it again. Had it again with you were asked to present at the Academy Awards. Did they ask you to come for run? Through course. Okay. Did you show up? Do. That's you. That's what I'm saying. I would say most if not everyone shows up, do, you know, something that I don't know. I don't think the guys from the X men showed up avengers. Yeah. And I think the people some of the people show up, and they read that teleprompter, and they stumble through it. And clearly there was not a rehearsal process with them. And I think when you say to Jennifer Lopez we need to here on Wednesday to rehearse. She goes. Publicist says I can't be there until Sunday afternoon. I'm in New York. Sorry. It's either this way or no way. What do you think of that you showed up you you? You went from the four guys from the avenger right to Jennifer Lopez. I don't think it was fair to Jennifer Lopez and as far as the four guys from the adventures who gives a shit. I. The me is working. I the viewers. I'm viewer and I give shit because I don't want to see them fumble. And stumble through their presentation you do. Oh, you're probably right. It's more fun. But the point is whoa K. So what was the schedule unless there's anyone else in this room? That's presented at the Oscars. Just three. Okay. So, but I gotta Elliott on stage. I'm gonna talk to him. What is the schedule? Then for presenting at the asker. How did it work last time? You did it that was some time ago. But you know, we have to come in before the day of the show right work with the director work with the cameras work with the stage managers, so as we would have an idea of what was going on. And do you. Remember who you're out there with or what you presented last time. He did it. Well, yeah. I was with Isabelle Adjani, and we presented the best editing to Verna fields. Did jaws jaws Joshi did jaws. When at that point, the NCAA a championship game was on at the same time as the Academy Awards, and I heard the score. And it was Indiana eighty six in Michigan sixty eight and so when they said the winner is announced score and they haven't had me back since. So that was not in the rehearsal. No, it's fine. Now, do you would you how many Oscars have you attended in general perhaps four four perhaps for you could be as many as five and little seems for force. Good and. Biggest star who's not with us anymore that you. Me next to John Wayne. I don't know that name and my last my last name is Wayne. Okay. How's it feel twos? How was the how was the Duke? What was he like, very nice, really? And this was how how long after that. Did he did he pass away? I don't know. I don't stupid question. No one would have that just at their fingertips. I met him when I was three really because he lived in Newport Beach or how little too. This story. I heard something like that. But it was a little girl. Maybe. So I was in this men's store at ease. And my parents were there too. But like I was over here, and they were here, and then he came up and was a co a cute little in the John Wayne voice. You know was talking to me. And then my dad was like always starstruck and came over. And like, you know, I'm the father of that cute little girl. I think John Wayne cared. Not at all about my dad. He was one of the first guys that everyone figured out. They could do an impression of. Yes. And thus everyone did John Wayne even people who couldn't do and precious walk in before walking. Yeah. And then there was going to work out the order one of these days of Jimmy Cagney was probably number one of the guys that people didn't precious of or maybe they did Caesar, but there's no recorded evidence of that. No. When you sit Caesar I thought you were talking about Edward G Robinson. Did he play Caesar little Caesar? Oh, yeah. Yeah. All right. Was he in white mom? Yeah. So everybody wrong. Jimmy cagney. Then there was well, maybe WC fields. I'm going to work this out might take it decade or so who's Jimmy Stewart? Jimmy Stewart who is the number one female that Ron Reagan and guys like that. But who do you think that number one? Female may Wes that's a good one. This guy's please. Tell me, you know, who may west it's you know, may west is. All right doesn't. Randy west, you know, Randy west at all, okay? Yeah. May west L illegal bitty Davis, Betty Davis. Yeah. Katherine hampered. This is boring. I brought it up, and I'm bored with it. All right. Should we do one more question? Maybe get some news and things like that. By the way, the movie tells a little about this movie, I'm jumping around a lot. But don't you know, anything about it? It's in theaters, I know. Cinema March twenty second. That's Mike good is that it's about a young woman of rooted from the San Fernando Valley into the world win downtown LA may, but that's just my gut. I think you'll love it. I've a feeling about Sara Sara rue is is the girl. She plays my daughter, and she's might wonderful talented is she thin now she just had a baby. So I don't know what she looks like, nah. I feel like the chicks that have the baby and then snap back in the shape is no big deal anymore because everyone seems to be doing it. You know what I'm saying? They do it. I don't know. But they just do it, and it's no big whoop anymore, and Sara rue was from a TV show that was called dancing with the star dancing with the stars. Now. Men and women love underwear wearing my Tommy John's right now I normally wear them in the pool in the morning, but I was up for the kids were up, then when traumatize kids with my nature, but so this morning. Are you kidding one in without the Tommy Johns and then slipped right into the time? 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There you go Elliot Gould, the Adam Corolla show doing his infamous interview first off that interview is so iconic in the Adam criminal history that it made the two thousand podcasts song somebody's song. And if you wanna hear this full episode podcast one premium you can access the entire archive, and you can listen to the entire running time of Elliott, not really participating. I remember Elliot actually taking another interview after that show. And they asked him about what happened with Adam Corolla podcasts that you did. And he was a lot more lively in this one. And he said, I didn't know what I was getting myself into. So he was just panicked and he frozen. Again, live show, maybe not the best option for new kissed. He think he probably thought he'd just doing a little one on one interview. And then he comes in and there's a huge audience and. Kind of perform, and he didn't really know what this was because it was still kind of a new concept the live podcast back then so sorry, Elliot. But at the same time, thank you did your best. Yes. All right now geo this next hour plane whole day, very special place in my heart. So as a tweet last week this this month is my nine year anniversary for being a part of the Adam Corolla show. It's been in last ten attendance Serie show, I one up or like I said before. The very first time that I really got airtime on the Kroll show was this particular episode thousand twelve what happened was Ben folds was supposed to come in every time. He comes in. We like to have a piano in. So I always brought in a keyboard that I had to borrow from a friend. Same Penfolds will be here. I'll have him signed it for you. I just need a keyboard. Can you give it for he gives keyboard? I bring it in to work. We set it all up, we do the sound tests and everything the sound checks. And when we're doing the sound check Dawson says play something I play brick because I know how to play brick on the keyboards so about twenty seconds after the sound check. So in pops their head and seating goes bent, Fulton has food poisoning. He's not coming in and Mike Lynch decides. Hey, why don't you stick around and just open with Ben folds as a joke? It's hilarious episode. It gets crazy. It's Adam Curle show eight twenty nine from may of twenty twelve featuring Theresa's Rosser. She's the guest Chris locks yourself. Alison Rosen and Brian Bishop and this. From the opening. So Adam explains what happened you play a little brick you tell one of your best stories on air about a road trip and a bus and then three in the mix. It's really good. It's a really great episode. And again, if you want to hear this full thing podcast, one premium I highly recommend checking out. I am an Birla. That is Alison Rosen. Hello, Adam Corolla and bald Bryan joking to Adam and Teresa Strasser and Ben folds joining us in studio. Yeah. Ben got some kind of food poisoning couldn't make it in. And we'd set up the keyboards and done all this work. It was like we're fucking having keyboards in this. So Chris mex- Pata is sitting there. He's on top of the keyboards pleasure to meet you added. The rather. Good and he can play a few things. That's all I know actually. But we'll see goes. The other is a little expectation when it's like, let's get the Asian and throw him in front of the. That I do I'm terrified. What can't you guys use ivory four? Do. You know, what I mean ever think about that as a nation? I mean, you can get a boner you can play beautiful music. You can make an advocate. There's so many so much feel like he has us guys usually elephant like we used to American Indians used up buffalo every part of the elephant from Wednesday or people HALE what? What? What? Hell holy from while. Born here, but. Oh, I knew it troublemaker. Chris traveled this land in a school bus that had been hollowed out for homoerotic schism. Right. How did that? How did that go? And how old were you? I was nineteen or twenty play the piano while you talk. Yeah. Yeah. I was nineteen or twenty. In some friends of mine wanted to go on a road trip. So we saw school bus and decided to buy leaving the jokes to add another funny so far. So how Mike sound okay? Dawson. Why is it? So you guys all bought a school bus like old school Laidlaw style. Like how many cedar it was? It was like a medium, but not everyone. It's not a short bus. But not one of those big ones. The it's right in between sixteen of us. We gutted the whole thing and and just put carpets and beanbags. And and then we took it across the country. The worst part was it max out like thirty five forty miles an hour because of the governor. Rapist out of school. Yeah. But their windows, what was the gender mix. It was sixteen guys and zero girls. Told it was gay put an cheese scupper, so wouldn't overflow. So. And then you guys just set sail for where we did the perimeter. So we went from here down to like like Miami is through the whole south up to New York and then through the top through Seattle. How long did it take a little over month? It's kind of like one of those visa commercials where it's like, oh me and my buddies except for there's never any drugs or booze chicks try to get to we actually MTV was going to pimp our bus out, but contrary to what the show looks like exit takes nine ten months Pimpa car out. Right. So we can do it. Because we wanted to be able to do it in the summer you guys just slept in the boss. Yeah. Yeah. We do. People drive. We sleep through throughout the nine. What what would you do for money or two different? Just save up saved. But the bus the bus paid like two hundred dollars for it. And then we it was pretty cheap. They registered it as an RV. And and then we just paid for gas. But then the sweetheart was in Seattle, someone hit us someone crashed and Nakazono ditch told our our bus knowing got hurt, but you pointed out Adam that nothing is safer than a school bus because we are right. Seatbelts. No headrests. No got hurt. It's funny because we're just we're just coming back from Dairy Queen. We all sixteen. Yeah. Yeah. Sex cream guys get behind the drive through and I'm just fucking getting diet coke. And it's like oh fuck keeps ordering how many people are in that boss, having eight milkshakes. And each of you drinking one out of two straws per milking that would've saved us some money and thinking that so so you get hit as bus totaled. Yeah. It's total causes huge traffic jam. We make front page paper in Tacoma and block traffic. Yeah. We don't even like went to the league bought all the papers. And we're actually mad at us because we causes teach traffic jam wrote. But the insurance company, I guess, it looks really bad when someone hits a school bus. So they they paid us a lot of money. So actually, the trip was pretty much free while and that was the end of the last leg. Yeah. And then we just we just flew home from there they paid for flights. And we just flew home. And we're parents cool. What this? Yeah. Totally don't like you because your parents are there certain things that can be cool with and then there's other fuck out of the house things there. I think they're not supposed to be cool with this. I'm trying to think what anybody think about it though. Just guys historical seen the country bus. Yeah. To repair young. We weren't we were old enough to like like going to bars or anything did you take away life lessons like eat? Pray love style. Yeah. Absolutely. We got like a little a little appetizer. Each city. We say like in each city for like like a day or two and always sleeping on the boss. Yeah. Not always. Sometimes we slept in people's houses. Play piano talk. Sometimes we slept in people's houses. Like people you knew along the way like the guy's got an uncle. Yeah. We'll Chicago in Lowell in Lowell Massachusetts. Our bus broke down and these guys came up to us and like, oh, where are you from? And we set our from Orange County. This is this is this is play play. Yeah. This is that during the show that show that was on. So oh, you're from the OC. Oh, yeah. It's like the show, and they called their wives. And like, you would not believe who's here right now. They're from Orange County and third party for us and ethnic and then one of the guys at the party was like he worked on buses, so he fixed our bus. See I always used to answer where where are you from jelly stone park. Yogi boo, boo. While would you like me to pass along anything before hit back talked to Mr. ranger for you. If you're like, oh, come on in. This is awesome. Do that for me. Absolutely. All right. I have much to share. And boy, I got a million things something to do with the book something to do with the kids a million things. We'll get Ben folds back in here. Real soon. Chris you can tinkle way. How about a little? How about a little Father's Day music? I'm gonna talk man. Great here for second. One hundred percent cast iron one hundred percents Father's Day music. One hundred percent made in America steakhouse quality grilling right in your own backyard. No, flare ups, no more, dry meat keirin, teed, twenty bucks. I mean, this thing is just a bad mammoth JAMA engine block worth of iron for twenty bucks. There has to be more than twenty bucks worth of iron in that day. A Father's Day. And he uses it. All right. So geo, you know, that I was just terrified being in the studio with that one because I don't even play the piano, I my main instruments guitar, but I had to do what I do. And a man of many towns, and you know, what why I knew that. I think I did a great job was because at the break, I was already packing the keyboard up. And I was ready to go. An atom says where are you going? You should stick around. What are you doing? And he had me stay in for the whole the whole episode and do again I'd like to but we took it as a compliment. And I remember this episode is also iconic because it was the very first time that the back of not Taco Bell material was discussed the Adam cruelest just like Jesus he's a carpenter. But he doesn't catch the elderly joke, and we are all arguing about it. Great episode again. Happy anniversary Chris in the show wouldn't be the same out. You feel that way about you. Sorry didn't wish you happy tenth anniversary. It's not really my tenth. I've been helping since the morning who knows you're the same age as the curl shell. Now geo this next clip. Also, hold a special place in our hearts because as all of you heard on the Admiral show this week, we talked about art Alexandretta kiss. And we had a new story about him. And Adam mentioned that he has the most insane story the most journey to get where he was with his band ever, clear art came in in two thousand thirteen to tell Adam this infamous story is I visit on the podcast and cruel show eleven eighty one Alexakis knoll Bidermann which believes the CEO of Ashley Madison, which was not in studio for this portion Alison Rosen, and Brian Bishop Tober 2013 at this point it been about seven years since Adam had spoken to art on air. The last time was in December two thousand six in the morning show. And then he had over eight appearances on love line. He was just a guest who appear on atoms show all the time and it just stopped after the morning show. Probably because the band. Taking a little break or something. But now art comes in studio. He tells us whole journey his upbringing all the stuff that atoms referencing. It's a classic visit. And it goes a little something like this. The Adam Corolla show honors journalistic excellence with another great moment. In local news is a bell is ten years old. A fourth grader she said she was bullied two years ago at a different school. Very well because I was half black. So they would tease me on my hair. And I was very scared TV where a ponytail. That's the reason that Cobre is anti bullying awareness. So that young children like Isabel won't be victims. Hurt me. But it just fell like they were hurting my feelings law the spirit of Murrow and Cronkite live on now back to the Adam Corolla show. It's not the point. It's so sad. But I have twins. And I hope they get bullied just enough like a little I'm so scared that they're gonna have nothing like never skinny never hurt feeling, and it is going to get their dull life and never have a callous built up or any testing, fortitude, or any grit at all would you hope that they get bullied a little bit or bully a little bit. I would like them to get bullied a little bit. Like night-time them get, you know, I don't wanna go like Kerry style with my daughter, pig's, blood and everything a little bit. Art, good to see my friend. Are you get kids twins? They're seven years old got a six year old and another being my son said he was bullied because he was talking to another kid and that kid put his finger in his own ears. And that my son was bullied because a kid was not listening to what he was saying. Like, literally, my son was talking and the kid went like Adam put his finger in his own ears at my son took that as being bullied. Wow. Yeah. They're sensitive. Now, the sticks and stones thing doesn't work anymore. Not at all. It's all about the names. You know? I think it's it's it's kind of indicative, it's it's weird. Because like I have a twenty one year old, and I raised her very differently than I'm raising my six year old how well one one thing is spanking. I spanked my my twenty one year old when she was between two and five, and I read all the books and stuff on basically, we decided that would spank only if she. He was in danger of endangering herself endangered someone else. So when she kicked the puppy, which was actually Larry, but she kicked the puppy. She got a spanking. Right. And when she threw this off ball at her mom and knocked her out like literally knocked, really. Yeah. And then I'm walking around which acts got at arm. I know and then walking then later she started throwing like a girl where did it come from? I know, but anyway, I walk around with their mom for two weeks. And everyone's looking at me like I punched her because she had a shiner one time, she ran out into boulevard and was like spanker spanking at home. I followed all the rules this one. Now, if I spent this one this one so stubborn and so full of fire. I'd be beating with a stick like opinion. You know, I mean seriously, and I wouldn't she wouldn't give into me unless I broke her spirit. And I don't wanna do that. I wanna rock you said I want. Mike kid too. Like experience that kind of experience like being bullied because I think it makes you tougher. It makes you learn from it. Well, at least I'm assuming that's what you meant. I meant losing disappointment the feeling of una make that person wish they had picked me on their team one day kind of thing. You know, just that just that that anxiety of having to ask somebody out to the prime or to the date, and maybe getting turned down to the prom or to the day. Just all those little life setbacks that we've all experienced that anybody especially someone who's in a band or did stand up comedy. I mean, you had to have many night and many audition and many of episode where someone said pack it up and show business has some of that. Because the whole thing is that you have the drive to prove you want to be a little a little bit more elevated than a drive we're talking about Jimmy. Are there? He got shit can for the first I don't know four or five radio stations. He was on. You know, you don't give up. But that's the whole thing. You get your ass kicked in life and the people that win, and I'm not talking like, it's a competition. But if you wanna win in your own life, you pick yourself back up, and you fucking get in there and keep doing it. Do what you believe by the way one night with ever clear, it's Tober fourteenth at the Pasadena playhouse, and I won't use beverage eight PM. Of course, proceeds go into theatrical diversity project and tickets available at ever clear, online dot com. You can go to ever clear online dot com, by the way, that's our website. Well, I mean, you come from a lot of adversity as sing your songs, and we've talked about many times on love line. But I don't know if people who are listening now know your full back story, so paint the picture would yard. I always enjoy it. Washing. My. Feel pretty good about it. I got that's cool. I was born in Santa Monica, California to a very twisted. Couple of the youngest of five children, my mom and dad were kind of like a poor white trash version of Ricky Lucy dad's creek, and he talks in a big accent and very angry cheated. He would love to Ashley, man. Yeah. Yeah. Fuck that up. Big pled issue. Bang heard to now she's not an person of fuck out of in the no dad, she's not human. No. So you know, my day. Awesome. Anyway, they broke up when I was about five or six dad had the chance to had to do is sign a paper, and my mom would have been able to take over at the two houses that we owned in Redondo beach, and it was a frie- house in a back house. We run out at rented out the backout paid for the front house. So his kids would add a place to live and in a nice neighborhood. Good schools, and it wouldn't sign it because he was your mom. Your source or whatever fuck you bitch in front of the whole office of real estate people and said just shows you that you need me. And then he gets in his car and drives away. I like when that's my dad. There's a lot of dudes out there that have a lot of retarded conviction like pride like their prideful. But it's because they got busted cheating whole bunch of times. And then somebody wants a divorce, and but they have pride, and they're not going to give their kids to the home to live in or whatever. But it's it's weird. Because really fry they think it's they call it pride or they call it. Whatever bar some ego. Whatever whatever it is. But it's always weird. I mean, at least my dad was just a limp noodle his entire life. He never he didn't have it. So they do think gauge in this sort of behavior that is amoral perhaps. But at least certainly not the kind of stuff that would help their family. And then all of a sudden they get real prideful about a lot of shit. It's just weird. Convenient thing. It just be nice. If you're just you're shitty. And then once you got busted being shitty. Don't get on the offense. Well, you know, what I've been on both sides of that I've been been married four times. So I've been on both sides of that. And and you've you've known me through I think two or three marriages right over the years. And just it's it's I think it's I think it's low self esteem. I think it's. Just really just people who don't really have a good sense of themselves. I think that a lot of philandering what I call philandering what ever massive Madison. Newell, knowl-, know- know hill calls a mortgage payment. Yeah. Look there's also this to which I did about today. But why didn't you ask him if he uses his own sign because I think the answer being no at least on the air. Well, you never know off at least you have to put dick on the chopping block. You're right. I mean, I just I did job of handling his knock. Job. You're right. What should have been? Mishandle? This look I've been guilty of cock mishandling this show. This. This was gross cock negligence chop that. This is grounds for cock dismissal. Take the balls to people talking. I've learned my cock lesson. It will happen again. So so you're you're dad, basically guys without a home. Yep. My mom moves to a housing project. So that's where I grew up with the five kids. Well, yeah, she moved in there with me, and to my sister's my eldest sister got knocked up when she was seventeen to get the fuck out of the house, and my my brother, it was girl boy, girl, girl boy. And my older brother was in and out of juvenile hall and had problems with drugs and all sorts of stuff, and he died of an overdose. When I was twenty one. But when he was twenty one I was twelve. Yeah. Yeah. I got raped and sexually abused. When I was eight. And I mean, there's a whole lot of things that. Happen. Not because of choices I made when I got older I made a lot of bad choices as you know. Well, you know that that that horrible syndrome. He spoke about rape, molestation, whatever. But it works that way with violence and everything else, which is at some point. You're poor little victim at another point in life. You're victimize are. We wanna come down like a sledgehammer on you when you're seventeen and you're victimizing or your forty four and you're victimizing, and it depends on what you're calling victimizing. I mean, I never victimized in the classic sense of it. But I was I've screwed probably over close two thousand women and most of the time while I was married to other people. And really, yeah. Wow. So I mean, let's is that victimizing I think it is. I think it's definitely abusive power and abusive. Of game. Did you feel guilty while you're doing it or deal you now I feel horribly guilty? Now, I'm faithful and loving my life and. Cock blocked and bis handling my cock confidently. But for one woman, let me translate the band's touring anymore. They're gonna have to road may two thousand fourteen back on all over game on. Yeah. I you know, I feel a little masculine by love. I gotta say what it is. But is what I listen. I've said it many times, which is this. There are guys who have the opportunity to cheat. And then there guys have to go sort of pay for work at it hustle. It up. You know, if you go if you're on MTV, I was on MTV art was on MTV. And next thing. You know, you're just in some town. I think you have to go out of your way to not cheat. If you. I've been in in bars in in Manhattan and a couple of chicks went you wanna watch us back in our room kind of thing. It's kind of stuff that when you're long haul trucker doesn't happen. And there's a lot of guys point a lot of fingers. But I don't know a lot of guys who would turn that shit down when it shows up at so many makes us available. Right. Absolutely. I mean, look, I don't look like Brad Pitt. You know, that kind of that kind of shit doesn't happen to me. It didn't happen to me. Until I got clean and sober. And then I started having more game. And I started like getting more checks, but didn't happen. It's just like it was like putting gasoline on the spot. Do you feel like this happens often times where people replace their drug of choice with something? Addict, I'm a sexual. I'm an addict, I hate it. When people say their sexual addicts because you're addict, I'm an addict, what do you got seriously? I mean, I I didn't think I was a sports addict like a abetting addict until about two weeks ago. I'm at in front of the sports book and at a casino in Vegas. And I see that this this team is to fifty to one right, really? So if I've had four grand I asked what's the most Betty goes five grand? That's a million to fifty. I'm not too, exactly. And then the team they were playing with seventy five to one. So if I better grant on that either way I'm gonna win. Right. How can you not do that? And then my mind's doing this shit, and I'm certain doing this stuff. She's just like so this is what it's like because she didn't know me when I was an addict and Blau she's like, I'm like Tam. Well, it's it seems like common sense, right? I dig a hole like no couple addicts. And. I always I always say, and I don't know how you feel about this. This is you are not, but they drink a lot of coffee. They smoke a lot of cigarettes, and they're always tappan, and they're like the annex that I know somehow are uncomfortable in their own skin. And they're looking for this release all the time, and if it's not going to be heroin. It's going to be jumping out of an airplane. Like, they need that thing. And then there are other guys just wired like cats. I mean, they're just mellow and they're just sort of. They don't depends. Yeah. And I don't I don't know. But do you feel as you can stop doing the substances, right? And thus be sober. But there's that party that metronome that's always sort of ticking going, what's the next thing? We'll absolutely I mean, that's what it was with me. And with women I wasn't doing drugs that wasn't drinking. But who was putting my addictive behavior that I was putting it into work. I mean we ever clear back in the day was even even today. I mean, we still work more than most bands. Do we were constantly? I don't say, no. And that's kind of a good aspect of the addictive personality. But I mean, your your your point of the not comfortable in your own skin. I had a back thing about two years ago. I had to go the hospital, and my wife came to took the baby to school comes in to see me, and I just gotten into this big argument with. Doctors who wanted to do an MRI, but I hurt too bad to get on the Marin machine. So they convince me takes morphine. I really didn't wanna take morphine. They're like, look, you're not breaking your sobriety. You're doing this for pain. And I'm like, okay. My wife walks in the room. She's like what happened? I like, what do you mean? What happened? She goes. You look happy. I go because this is the first and last time you ever gonna see me comfortable in my own skin. I felt like wow. Yeah. All makes sense. This is great. This is awesome. I didn't fell high. I felt. Good. Yeah. So do you think that the abuse in the background and all this, basically hardwired you and it's a daily effort weekly effort therapy and meetings and things like that? But I mean to be the Schober productive faithful. Good father that you are. Well, I I don't think it helped that's for sure. I think I was pretty twisted. I think I'm very similar to my my youngest daughter who is weird and strong and powerful and full of a lot of fire. But I think my job one of my jobs is apparent and I'm sure you probably agree is to keep my children safe from that kind of abuse. So that they can grow up those make choices on their own without that kind of influence, and I had that influence. I I had you know, I was latch key kid before anyone else was wasn't because my mom wanted to be, but she had to work two jobs. So where did you guys move? Where was the project? It's over in Culver city. It's called more vista gardens. Culver city. Culver city was Ordonez white dump back in the day. There's parts of Culver city that are really not. They've had a renaissance like when we used to do love line. There was dicey and weird fucked up over one. Yeah. Well, yeah. It still is. No, no. I'm telling you that that neighborhood listened to Brian bought a house a couple years ago. It's up and kites. Neighborhood has come up. Sure, right across street where Westwood One. It was pretty industrial, especially a little south LA Centric. But now it's all like production studios. And a lot of TV production studios and stuff. It's high end. Yeah. So come over to the project. It's not high in. Well, look, I'm sure it wasn't high in back and seventy five whenever it was. Oh, no, no project ever. But really so grope in the project. And then what? Then as I grew up. I moved back Santa Monica with my mom lived in Houston, Texas for a while started playing guitar started writing songs was an addict and hallock till I was about twenty two twenty three HD start ten. Wow. What did you start with? I started smoking lax. I started smoking pot at nine gummy chin. Give me didn't have to. But I would write that one down. Just made it up, but I think it could work gummy Jin signing and Portland. Oh. Yeah. I I don't know then I just started playing in bands. And when I got clean and sober. I put a lot of that energy into my music and indication girls, but mostly in a music and moved to Portland. Started being called over Claire back in nineteen ninety two. It didn't take long for ever clear. I mean, most bands have the, you know, we've been around for a decade playing bars ever clear, I seem to remember here in k rock songs in ninety two ninety three ninety four not not that not ninety to ninety six. Kevin win player song. It was. It was a hit other places. Kevin wouldn't play it till after Christmas ninety six he played what Santa Monica. Yeah. I was in college. I just never played anything else. Okay. Rock. But there was there's a few places we had a song called heroin girl that came out the year before and a few places played it and wherever they played it was a hit, but people were scared at the name heroin, right heroin. But yeah, then we became successful. And and had a really good run had like four five platinum records in a row multiplied emerge in a row and. I just kind of went through. Marriages. Well, did that enable you? I mean now you're so Burr, but all of a sudden, you're having this wild success after this wild poverty was it too much too soon. I know that sounds kind of cliche. But when I mean is I feel like the road gets you to do bad things. Like you like you eat shitty food on the road because you're on the road. You don't exercise like you should because you're on the road. Don't you could you could eat good, and you could exercise you could. But you just don't somehow going out in your staying in hotels, and it's just it's not conducive to a relationship are healthy, and you feel like everything feels transient. So it's like these calories aren't gonna stick this like everything feels just passed. Relationship with cinnabon. Well, listen, I got a relationship with cinnabar to we're probably seeing them at the same. I'm not saying that's true. I'm saying that's the feeling somehow it all doesn't. Here's what it feels like it feels like if I was at home, and I thought about having this cocktail at eight in the morning. I would be insane. Like, I would never have a cocktail at eight in the morning, but I'm in an airport. Now, I can have a cocktail late in the morning like are on an airplane or wherever I am like do that. I can do stuff. You can see me deal it if you wanna go out with this. What I mean is like things you would eat things you drink things. I don't know maybe special occasion or drink. But only after the streetlights come on all of a sudden it's game on as a sort of game on five. And I imagine it was that way with women. Well, you know, what it came down to for me? And this is in hindsight because I really want the main thing I try to do now with everything's just be really present. And be aware. I think problems happen. When people aren't present nowhere. But I. I was really lonely, and I would be mad, and I would very childishly like I'll eat bad food on the road now because. You know, because I'm lonely, and I want to be at home, and I don't want to be on the road. I love playing the shows. But being a bus full of guys it'd be a home with my thirty year old wife. Did you ever find your dad? Did you reconcile the guys have a relationship live? What is ninety two really looks like a Greek version of grandpa Simpson. Why God, and and and how did the reconciliation go? And then what how come you don't have a relationship with him? If he reconciled. Can I tell another bad story? Sure. Okay. Sure. A few years ago. My mom was dying. And my dad. My dad had been trying to get a relationship with me for a long time. And didn't understand why. And I'm like, what do you mean understand why last thing I remember of us you beating my mom with your fist about that. Was was any of it? Did you also feel like he was trying to reconcile because you're band had taken partly. I eat be became more of a big deal after that. But the point being said is that he, you know, my mom was dying of cancer. She's like seventy eight and she had had open heart surgery. She had been to breast cancer. She had lung cancer after smoking for forty six years. And I'm like dad, you wanna relationship with me with my children. Komo PM Mench seriously, call him and call her and just say the letter talk letter say anything until the truth for the first time in your life to a woman, tell the truth to her admit to own up to be a man if you can do that, I can forgive all seriously as how I felt he said, absolutely son. Never did it. And you never reconciled fly. Listen, I up first off. I'm I'm wired. Exactly. Like you. Which is I have had it happened many times. I've given people the opportunity look go do this right thing. And then then we can reconcile then you'll get a new car lease or whatever it is. And they choose not to do it. And then they choose to be pissed off over the outcome. And it's like, you chose my my mother, and my grandmother hated each other their whole lives and just had this horrible relationship. And my mother was raised by she got taken by child protective services and all this turmoil. Her mom, her mom and her hated each other, basically their whole lives and my grandmother's colossal ball. Buster just would never say anything complimentary toward my mom or anything, and she made my mom into fucking mess. Just a mess and and. And then the promise is when you break your kid. They end up living in your shitty extra house because you've essentially did such a thorough thorough job of destroying your own kid that your kid can't go out and become a functioning member of society. My mom just got welfare checks and lived in a house. But my my grandmother, you know, one day in she's now getting on and then you become an adult. And now you see things through the eyes of an adult and you get some insight. You know? And my grandmother was kinda lamenting to me not not what was me way. But but a way was like, she's never happy with anything. I do. She takes everything the wrong way. She's always thinking, I'm putting her down. I don't know what to do with her. And I said I'll tell you what grandma we're supposed to go over to their house. My mom's house, which is my grandmother's other. This little house that my grandmother bought for ten grand in north Hollywood ninety fifty two we're going in there for dinner on Friday. I said, listen, let me tell you. What to do? Let me give some advice now dealt and I do a radio show. Right. Dispense advice. He don't have to go there and hugger and tell her you forgave her or you're sorry about the past or anything. But I'll tell you what to do. She just remodeled the bathroom the house only has one fucking bathroom and finally got remodel after like forty six years. And it looks nice and do me favor when you go over there and at some point used the bathroom when you walk out of the bathroom, go. Hey, Chris that looks fantastic has a great job. You did a great job at that bathroom, and then you can sit down and her mind will be blown. And that's all you need. That's all you have to do. You don't have to go over there and writer apology letters or anything just when you do go to the bathroom at some point walk out with a compliment, and you will have one anyway because it looks great and at some point. After eating are like fucking, lentil, stew or whatever health. Food bullshit. My mom made. My grandmother gets up to go use the bathroom, and then she like walks back, and she liked plops down on the table and just finished a conversation. And I looked across the table. And I went which think about the bathroom their grandma and she's like. Okay. And I was like all right. Well, I guess I guess you don't want to do whatever it's going to take reconcile with your daughter. Somebody situations like this. It's like if the person wanted to do it if they were capable of doing it. They would have done it. They wouldn't like that's why they're in this situation. That's frustrating. That's true. But you do think when people are getting to the end of their life, and I know they're fucking dug in deep into their policy. But you think when they get to the end of their life, and they say to you, I would like to do this even though we know they could have done it a thousand times over exactly like my dad. What what do you have to be afraid of their people? They're not going to hurt you. What what the fuck did your grandma have to be afraid of? Why couldn't she do that? Why couldn't my dad? Call my mom why I know. And this isn't like I was wrong about the remodel the bathroom. You're right. You know, it wasn't any say emotion coming. All right. You did a good job. This looks not in the repertoire, I cannot even in the fucking. I mean, I I look at it. And after my dad did that it wasn't like I was mad. I don't know how you felt not experienced. But I wasn't manage just like, okay. That's your choice. That's your choice. And I get all therapy about it. Everyone makes choices man you either make the right choice or and if you fuck up come back in a polish jobs and say you fucked up, but it's not it's repertoire, I can't do it. Right. But they can't do it that is their choice. And then it's your choice to associate with them or feel the way you feel about them based on their choice today. That's the other thing too. When people just do the, well, why should that affect your? Of course, it affects the way you deal with them. It should all right. All right. So there you have it Kroll classics four March thirtieth thousand nineteen thank you all so much for hanging out with us on this lovely Saturday or Sunday or Monday, whenever you're listening to this. That's viewed podcasting. Now, we wanna remind you if you would like to request any clips Email classics, Adam Kroll dot com, or tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio, you can tell you how to spell that just type GAO for a while. Yeah. You'll hit and or me at Chris locks monta. 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Carolla Classics: The 3 Mijos, Mike O'Malley Live, and Song Breakdowns

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Carolla Classics: The 3 Mijos, Mike O'Malley Live, and Song Breakdowns

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Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one let me hit manscaping here com with the Code Adam you're also thank you Redesigned their electric trimmer their lawnmower two point Oh has proprietary skin safe technology won't nick or snag the nuts and there's nothing more sensitive than that don't use the same trimmer use on your face that's that's that's bad man let's not do that you don't want I welcome to Corolla classics for Saturday October Nineteenth Two thousand nineteen and then get twenty percents off plus free shipping with the code atom at Manscaping Dot Com that's twenty percent off plus free shipping manscaping dot he wants the three stages of the whole bit and they get into it's great check it out there's simply too many best moments too many thing we have this shell good thing we do at twice a week I mean more days I now hopefully we can catch up early the show where we highlight some of the greatest moments of the Adam Corolla show over ten years of podcasting that man is a podcast machine we're gonNA play some of the asked moments right here Chris Locks Mon- executive producer of the Adam Corolla show and with me as always kroll archivists superfan Giovanni I would love to hear it thank you and this is kind of one of those bits were Adam just rolls into not a ton of origin every time he does it and a lot of newer listeners he writes love the show love that you guys put on an effort and work in a making pods over the weekend can't thinking about adamant is three meals bit he does all right what is the theme and quickly wild free this first clip that we have I'm excited because we've been getting if you request the three mi-ho story this particular request from Edward s close we're nipping at a seals right well I know I'm close not even close but either way we hope you guys enjoy the show that we've ticket I'm going to say somewhere in between I wrote down sixty three that's part of the game the song weeks out the theme today because he's got a new movie theaters this weekend. Tom Cruise some on camel the other night a mattress Yeltsin Rosen Brian Bishop is from June twenty fourteen they play some rotten tomatoes game with manatee classic edition and they roll into some QNA's in the first color Jake mm-hmm we guess the score for the main critics and whoever has the lowest meaning whoever would have been the closest times five movies with the theme will win now what is the story behind the three meals it's so random we'll get Adam Corolla show thirteen forty this episode beach of the blasters Dave and Phil Alvin no known for Topgun Oh boy did the critics like it or did everyone just like in the critics didn't last and I'm at sixty two to five five percents hold on I never really thought about it the craving it right all right all right anticipated follow up nineteen eighty-eight this one allison go to sleep for fifty seven years then just jumped back big time like an eighty one like everything we didn't use neon drew neon was is like Kentucky Fried Chicken like it fucking it's good but no one's GonNa no food critics are going to say hey this is good fried chicken but it hits the fucking spot now all right we're good good movie right or is it like it or at least go in the correct order that's what you want to start at the top and make your way on now get yourself something that's made for that region they put her in the game cocktail just watched that through in Iran conflict dissipated follow up to what two top gun owner eighty one percent it's a good movie but it's kind of paint by numbers good I say people like eight percent I said eighty to eighty one I starring role for Tom Cruise Brian Brown shoe that's right yeah and Gina Gershon Tougher Brown fresh off of Fx. It's weird because I remember it is a good move but I've never really fully went back and watched it all the way through I'm going to say but the the neon everything in the eighties neon by the way Neon neon was invented in the twenties why shakers flying around I'm going to say not good and for that I'm going to go forty one I'm property to fifty eight percent I have seventy one I have eighty fifty five John was one of those movies like a show the money Jay Mohr Laura Jerry Maguire really enjoyed this movie don't feel like there could be a lot of haters because this is the most recent mission impossible movie mission impossible Ghost Protocol This also has Jeremy Renner in Dubai is beer and windows before all this was eighty I think it was the same year but I'll bet you the same same company did the did the Roadhouse oh star eighty nine was a next next year all right here we go far for San Commanding lead commanding this is the movie that gave us the quote I did see it but I don't I don't know how it was it was a very eighty s movie O. Cocomo wasn't that theme Song Oh yes I played that on the piano cocktails Jerry saying yeah didn't jump on anything all right I think we're going to go with nine hundred eighty six this is one of the movies that he's probably mostly awful good ninety two to ninety three eighty four eighty five not back in the game but my work I thought it was pretty good I thought it was a pretty good movie I'm going to play it safe and hit this one down the middle and say six now yeah cruises starring renters are the thing I cannot figure out if this one's in the forties or in the seventies so I'm gonna up of what might be now why did people because I looked back through the list of movies we done before and I hadn't found it so I don't remember why did people not like it act by Brad Bird of Pixar well this is good for you guys because I feel like I have a pretty comfortable lead but I have no idea what this last one is very clear more clear-cut moral victory thank you all right all right our last one a three Oh wait a minute what the Hell Ball Brian could say I said eighty five and across any seven corrode house had like the same basically guaranteed the same the same guy the poster and then we're GonNa find out what your roadhouse came out but how did they advertise to see Allison's fifty over there oh no I should've been looking at your face stacking by your shirt white participant ribbon next with the first shame Sir Sanjay for right Corolla to commanding lead this is how we know if we did it before if this answer matched thing had a nice cast and the juniors career and he was great and then football scenes were great and everything Zellwegger was in it even so where are we can't handle the truth nineteen ninety-two this again I still don't yes I'm definitely missing me in my life absolutely yeah I got a couple requests for these the story of the me Ho and eighty five it's a pretty good movie it was reviewed as Brad. Bird's I live action movies eighty-five Percent Fifty House thank you jake wanted to somebody came up to me me hose Jake I listen limping and in fourth place that's right I count Matt so that's better than the DNA one twenty seven that's right that did not think I mean got that one it's not all that didn't I tie breaker just in case I got seventy nine bolts ninety two now yeah that's how memory works live negative alright nineteen ninety-six he's a sports agent and received a call from a scammer stating that they were from the Attorney General's office and claiming that she owed money to the government which would be very scary the caller asked for her social security. This is a this is your fiance's birthday yeah so birthday today and we were wondering the backstory but not only that America needs to hear the neo asking for her bank routing number and checking account number or she would face arrest and both callers had foreign accents exactly what's your requests what's your fiance's name her name is Vanessa I'd Vanessa and she of Hispanic descent was the guy who was hired as my writing assistant when we're doing the man show was basically hired because he's Sodas Hawaiian shirts by hand I love to one of our percents find sponsors lifelock ultimate identity thieves they're on the loose man trying to steal your your likeness every part of every Schwarzenegger Movie Percent Ernie Your Cop Your Dad was Chicago cop and his father walked a beat about those borders table wait a minute this isn't that a cop he's got a foreign accent see I know always this in the form of your code in your social security and all that good stuff right now in the run up a tab alison yes Texas personal low for me but maybe not a little off the pace. DFL is better than diaw did uh-huh she's not but she's smoking hot okay all right I the story is Adam Dale opinion who look if you hire me as a writer Writing Assistant I will make you customs. I'll make custom Hawaiian sure just like I'm wearing meet that guy yeah he's been on the show before Ayar Volusia they missed I don't know where he is but someone should tell me Shit together this is putting me in the game he huge Magnum Pi Fan and that truly that got him toward the singer and the flower printed material and he made us he offices and lay on the floor while they wrote are they typed and I spoke and I'm I couldn't type I didn't know how to work a computer but I would just pace around and number with the woman refused despite the threat of arrest if she didn't comply and then later another scammer called her from a with a fake caller ID with the phone number of local Police Department for him thank you talking about all right we're we're we hey jake sorry so you're missing some me hose the three me HOS were I was I was Adams mother and my only son and he was the light of my life Tena so all my writers assistance I had an office with Jimmy and Daniel and we all sat in one big office but I would just go off doc Gooden twenty-seven Fresno absolute pleasure to talk to you ball out in wherever you guys Well let me let me before you the me hose it was called me Ho when there were you know zero to fifteen and So I would just come up the stairs and go you know man and four and just just start just start talking and for some reason as I just start calling them meal and I guess every Mexican kid on the that is a flaw nights that's me favorite dish he loves that desert and he's the light of my life so and this set the mood is just sort of suburbia probably about five fifteen five and no answer concern but I'm not alarmed normally me how would come running or answer you enter your call or and just one thing led to another I guess we're bored all the writers were just getting same room and then I would come in and do the three Amigos and doc in fuck around times have really changed and their and their office well they'd always have small little cubicle like upstairs and lay on the floor we'll we'll doughy allow yeah okay he's a little dodgy yeah yeah that's the hence hence the Hawaiian shirts so he walks oh sorry man thirty when the Sun starts going down in Mexico are we in now well feels like it but we're in the San Fernando Valley and I'm I'm coming home for early prototype no answer from yeah leather and made of Birchwood nothing for me so now I head up the stairs there's a time when it's starting to the sun is setting but no lights are on yet twilight twilight that's that kind of that lots of shadows but you're not suspicious the grocery market you know with cactus and the pig's feet and all this stuff and I'm coming in and coming through I'm coming through the door and it said because the sun's not down yet you know needs to turn the lights on but starting to get dark so I walk through and I'm I'm making I'm making flon tonight time you ever enter your house Fangio house at night and none of the lights are on your like what's up if you enter your house during the day the lights are on you like all right it's daytime but knowledge in some way you've come home yeah but nothing pretty Suri's home like I said I see his donkey out in the bicycle out in the driveway you could have those Dan Yeah it's a tentative me how is he up here it's going on and then the third me how is a walk into his bedroom I'm holding okay but you know what I mean so I walk I walk I walk through the door I got the to grocery bags in there and just like every move I have the celery stocks hanging out of the and naturally head sweetie or out but you made Adam and Adam me and so I come through the door and just letting them know Mama so and that's the first meal thing and now with some trepidation the second mi-ho comes out may how in part of the reason why I blame myself you know and so that's the three me hose and then the fourth me how there was never a fourth but we again I'm holding the grocery bags now open the bedroom door sort of jar I push it open with my shoulder and as it swings open the perspective shot this perspective shot it's not headphones on again yeah no probably got those beats with the dry although there's an exist during the I mean how around but oh you put the two together nearby incredible S. Yup so and and there and it's flying night start attacking them on like George Lucas going back messing with your legacy when they make prequel like why this happened before this is when Superman was in that huff although I don't think anyone even by celery but if your regular moving you have to carry grocery bags it's always a salary style sticking up again and and celery because and I get I get to the top of the stairs I'm still holding my groceries I'm I haven't even set them down and I get the top stairs it's dark upstairs senior eh the open casket at the funeral where I do the cross thing you know 'cause we're Catholic and he's dressed in his suit little too tight little little my peer lovie it's from the back of the room we see just the feet hanging on and we see and we and we and by the way we do that now past three years time has elapsed and I get out of my car and I'm carrying groceries and see a pudgy young Latin boy coming he's hanging now what are the hardest me how stupid finesse but three years I know you were GonNa Cry Today Matt we do that Smash Focus to me close on my face awesome man you guys are taking over the world thanks J. Thanks for spreading the word and we're back some Ron game for you tails a hockey players and that's team let's see wow it's the thing like you go ahead and try to say to your kids lime Jello night and then surprise him with law night you may get a son choked out when you come home you know that's why aw that's who it could have been you know they brought me back to that moment I knew it wasn't him there you go there the five me hose for you Jake uh he loves that bit Hey Jake thank you very much good for Vanessa exploded a little bit as well and it's hard to get a corpse fitted you know you can't just bring them into sears and I do that down the street on his huffy and for just a split plan you'd have a good old time yeah for just a split second me he slow slow motion on the floor that's that's the third me how was the mother drop to your knees yeah that's good that's good and then it's tiered happen on one night he was going to be surprised she would have waited a night fee thought of Jello night so different night any warning you've Adam daily pain ah Mister Hawaiian shirt himself and he's actually came on the podcast and we're GonNa play what made you decide I know your big magnum Pi Fan. Yeah by the way you had fred dryer on Freddie that's right the fact that you didn't split that fifty fifty between we love from up above so one of his milestones as well oh we go way back what were you were you my writing assistant what was your they all a let's see Home trying to think of on the line V got added and this is probably one of the toughest man sounds great became the third meal was going to be finding the boy pleasure himself me yeah hunter and football is just crazy he wanted to talk more football but You made us Hawaiian shirts yeah partially from scratch you showed them from scratch I and a reminder that any job interview go to you better offer a custom Hawaiian shirt that's a skill I don't have I'm stuck again ABS- yeah well it's a skill that everyone should have jail I don't want to make sure it's well also back in you can make sure and back in two thousand twelve only jewels manscaping accidents or finally thing of the past nothing worse than catching edged down in the nether regions man that can be rough manscaping four at MSN DOT com code. Monkeys is one of the one of the Brainchild of Dave pain also Bobby Fletcher from crank Yankers uh-huh Adamy Hotel opinion in Studio New Series Your Dungeon my dragon watch exclusively on Xbox live what's the difference between you know what I'm saying you recruit the series right now when you invent your own franchise then with you and I didn't know that I really didn't care it was this job so it sounded fantastic whatever and I knew obviously you and Jimmy from everything else you've done so it was like I didn't care what you guys want me to do that's the fourth and then later on a black veil move at assigned male and then the fifth got added in Uganda that story why try to fix it go ahead and tell me to be quiet so the forest me Ho then comes in title your first year at the man show my title was junior writer junior running and and I was just supposed to write alson Rosen Brian Bishop I comes a studio of the open of an interview talking about his history with Adam and then they roll right in the news it's just the whole basically segment with Adam some of that for you right here yeah so it'd be like who's Adam Day the Pentagon he's talking about who's this Adam cruel show seventy three for March twenty twelve featuring They followed the grocery bags fall and slow motion eggs milk spread out all applying for Chata fly mix yeah all from they have that much time to make a decision when you're hiring people and it's not I mean sure we did a Mexican on the staff but there are other folks we're looking at and raced matter my word based on your love of Magnum Pi. I'm guessing we were really impressed by the fact that you did that it's a pretty it's a you know music maybe it was Retro Rock and rock a camera somebody find Retro Rock and Rock I don't know why but it was a bit and we just ended up combining all of them today hey in college in rambling you're not gonna find these lost treasures on the radio but you will find him here fewer Retro Rockets uh-huh Adam Corolla you know in my day rock and roll wasn't about boy bands or this robot crap our songs the rankings aw shit vomited about hard living hard loving women take a yes and it was very odyssey Bob Caqueta nobody ever mentioned what he was doing there or where you're just kind of sitting in the corner and then Jimmy and Daniel firing questions at me Jimmy said Nice Awaiian shirt and I said I made it right and then he's like hold on let's talk about that for a second right do we ask you who you like the run for a rock and rock because life's too short not to live in the past Yep alive only six taste I remember one time we wrote up a bunch of stuff this musical thing we're doing whatever Jimmy came up he said hey congratulations guys you wrote a thirty thousand dollars sketch run the code your talking to you about ideas I had ideas you had and then we type among you'd like to use a lot of music in your ideas if it was a sketch you hadn't various specific musical just like Oh yeah you're a nuclear writer Adam and I was like well he's gone that's great yeah then you came back in later on but Bob Cat was there and we were is all all the songs were about devil women and truck in the truck and and you know rambling rambling in whiskey drinking right twenty songs that rocked so hard you'll think you died and went to hell songs about whisky and Jimmy always hated it and I don't think Daniel like that either but I just want to do one of those parodies of one of those seventies commercials where they sold the compilation and that was kind of trying to not stare Bob Cat and then I would just come up to your little office and lay on the floor usually yet to recall laying on I think just fantastic and every time you want announce he's crazy he pulls out some sort of acronym that you could never come up with and then spits it out he is probably one of the most like we would ask them to do stuff and I was crazy stuff and he was like I have a better idea and his ideas were already crazier than we could thank you my pickup truck heady times maybe Kimmel was right so me Ho got into the yeah I'm with you see for comedy central a couple of seasons how his head injury is affecting his behavior how is he he is editor who you thought was funnier because it was one of our ploys no the the weird play was it you came out the first interview view ever corner him verbally he'll cut you to pieces right Y- this he I remember one time we're doing the scene out on his balcony realistic I wanna rig the ropes and everything wow he was rigged these gary did it did it anyways the risk to does she practice all the time around you try not to but she much she works right Oh yeah yeah it's always amazing when somebody has like a tray like that where you're like refunding we held you over the railing and me Lou grab your grabbing Lou and he's like we do this in Gary loves to improvise any sure lou grabs me and shaking me and then because most Mexicans in this town don't have driver's license but Dr Anyway you probably have a license and don't drive yeah I just never interested Ah we stopped the scene and then Louis comes up to me he goes I almost dropped you lost it there for a second I like what are you wow that's interesting yeah I wouldn't fight whether that's cool as like if you could shoot the half court shot or something was a greyhound bus ride anywhere meaning hey you could go from here to Cleveland only mean only twelve let me just seemed like a lot of work a lot of paperwork take the bus to the man show every day I would take the bus to the match you didn't live that close to the man no but it was you know I like magic I do not work as a magician you know do you do you drive yet now I don't drive he didn't drive now it's funny yeah but it's it's like when the guys that crazy homeless guy but he can rap about anything and it's like wait a minute are you smarter than me world well maybe crank yankers where's your first entree into this sort of non lie mean Gary Busey forget about that yeah br still yes still see an opera crazy got an Irish thing and wife yeah where does she ply her trade ause I like the buses that have the huge fork sticking out front for the five mountain bikes like always thinking to myself how bad can it get in the Transportation Department you're driving research but one of the prizes were giving was a great show I was the Harlem globetrotters game at the staple center and one of the giveaway doc in Huffy to the bus stop once you're on the bike stay on it and get to work in which case you'll be a winner or trade in the bike for a car but don't ride the bike to the bus erasing what what's going on UC's weird because he's not Dodo out of it he's full blown nuts but days to get to Cleveland and I just thought what the fucking tortures this and everyone who writes a bus should be arrested anyway because more than more than eight swear to you L. A. to Chicago on a bus is seven dollars cheaper than it is on a flight the flight is four hours and ten minutes house because if you're taking a bus from la to Pittsburgh right a it means you have nine days to kill on the road beat me rotation I can't remember where the hell I was I was in I was watching film something or do something I'll figure it out laptop that I had one day and he wished me well I won't be surprised you show up and somebody's like hey working here he was killed on the the urine twelve hundred dollar laptop sitting on eh which happens to Jonah precipice basically and we had this thing where we were going to essentially go over and Gary was like you know what I want this just four days yes with homicide guys were just let out of prison and a rolling bucket of Shit that's attached to the boss and for some reason that seems adly enough that's another thing that we did with Lou frig no really rig no was was there Lou and and Gary was like he's like hey let's emme retarded and possibly criminally insane because in the day and age when you can hop southwest flight for one hundred eighty one dollars and the buses two hundred and fourteen dollars a perfect bus ride it was on office Santa Monica so I just got off the bus and went went on it but then Corolla pointed out that I was going home really late and I was going to be rolled with all the L. Easy it's just you just walk in there and you just go federal marshal and everyone starts jumping out the window and everyone that jumps out the window gets arrested that's the way it works driver wouldn't even notice a better way to go the bus make several stops along the way that you could be murdered at Mit doesn't do that that's right you're right about arresting your own the bus because the only reason really like yeah I only had drank flyweight me your time your wife Gretchen right yeah still sing fly I took the bus man it's great are you crazy and they can't afford like the thing about the difference opinion in studio now do you remember the three original meals I do remember that three original me hose what was the origin of that I other than killing Retro Rock and rock it's ten on the Rock postgame Iran Iraq war to the low price matching excessive water now so help me out with this I was out at the racetrack couple of days ago and I was talking to one of the Latina starlets I'm doing the celebrity race with but I can recall he's like we're GonNa have a warm and it's bothered me and language extremes it's like why don't you have a warm how lazy can you be linguistically Yes and then got very excited that I told you I'm like you know my grandmother really calls me that you you're very very excited and then warm and then I got home and I talked manning she smokes fans she said we have a warm defending this bitch something that's one day you came up with in the three me hose basically and then you you know you just kind of kept going franchise yeah your franchise well you know publicly are you guys got for warm and she's like Kellyanne Day like no that's not what do you got for warm we'll have one get into her she evidently they have a warm warm warm warm no but you know as you know you speak Spanish right not that yeah except for the flight takes the entire the the ride takes the entire week what the fuck is going on I like the crazy people that play it off like it's hey how'd you get your learning but I don't know what they'll figure it out but she was speaking Spanish and we're talking about whether and we're talking about Kellyanne Day okay it's hot Kellyanne too I said I'm GonNa do it when I'm in charge I'm GonNa do that every bar in Alaska Right Guy Walking ats and just everyone jumps out the window because you go to Alaska to avoid with the riders well the origin was that when you would come up to write with me instead of asking I was there you would just scream that and then we got to hook the bike up to your bus I don't like the idea of having to take one form of transportation to another form of transportation yeah especially when they're both super low rent and visas got child support payments are warrants whatever whatever it is there's a story to be emancipated live that's exposure daily your sense of panic and their voice as Alvarado there no no he knows who oh yeah forgot yeah so it's it's a sixteen bit animation like the old Nintendo Games and basically it's a sing that with this dude named Alvarado for nine years so who should not be the first words out of your mouth and then go Alvarado no no the man oh the part I always like is when I miss it when I used to work with a lot of the land the bus now over a plane is to avoid being screened by Homeland Security that's right like getting list yes yes yeah what the Fuck Outta here but you understood when grandma called you meal okay because as over and over again and then when you call me Hosa then turn into this creepy thing ends and call them on rare occasion I'd call Roberto or Alvarado in the middle on eight o'clock and was always some chick answering the phone when the man people people want more me hose we can't satisfy them up to about six no it's never pretty but I was I forgot the part where your grandmother hundred fifteen degrees in Phoenix it's fucking hot but then when it's seventy eight degrees it's warm like if you're in a movie theater and it's seventy five degrees warmer as we know is that county it's not on fire women do that to buy time do you WanNa talk on the phone they're doing do you WanNa talk on the phone right that's what he told me I think that's what it is who uh-huh and day the pain your dungeon my dragon exclusively on xbox live and MSN dot com what kind of animation is over looking at it and called me and that was a that was yeah I've never seen you so excited you've been doing it for months and I was like you know my grandmother really calls me I'm like no way I don't weird moment maybe export-earner men's and Adam it'd be like I don't know these guys just started doing this dramatic control I came up to do some work I didn't know how to play connect for don't blame me I have to suck up to me and Kimmel anymore right that You Man can only do that so long yeah me coming up eight handsomely answered flip flops aw part of the troublemakers writers were up on the third floor having next more tournaments and getting Josh Different Guy Pumpkins up collapsed hours after the shaking at noon local time there was still no reports of death or serious injury even after a less powerful magnitude five point one aftershock was felt mcapital Daniel comes up he goes where's Josh and we don't know actually didn't know and Daniel opens a door and he hits something Josh was asleep on the floor and quake's flat and everything out or somebody figured something out but the problem is concrete and unreal forced concrete and even reinforced concrete it's all just about if you guys hit southern Mexico one of the strongest hit Mexico since the deadly nineteen eighty five killed thousands in Mexico Crete block and concrete some of it has rebar in it but if you just picture if anyone's ever done demo we frame everything here or a lot several other aftershocks near the epicenter in a mountainous rural region unless good so yeah luckily was hurt but that's a huge quake well I usually and maybe it's because the other did was kind of tired of I just wanted to figure out how to make something and not having a job no I was tired of working for the man yeah now work for my you had a car you go to Auto Shepherd Dot Com and get your parts go ahead Alison seven point four magnitude earthquake Eddie Tuesday's earthquake hit hardest in the border area seven Oaxaca looks like Oak Sokha but it's Oaxaca and Guerrero state's were about eight hundred homes were damaged and sixty honest floor Jimmy reminding me listen I know you and add and we're having a good time up here but I hired you Korla Kurla wasn't involved he looked at me as part of the onto the wall everything just crumbles sometimes it goes in how do you tell from knocking on it ahead of time where to put the nail in duds or sixteen inches on center that means we do a little news by the way yes about with Alison Rosen from her pets and ten times as bad crack income and done he's a retarded construction question for you yes in my home I'm trying to hang up pictures sometimes when I drive the the buildings at least at least a single family stuff it's all framed out of wood and then we put sheer wall on the outside of it with you either half inch plywood or O S B I always wonder whether I think part of it's just a little bit of a who who knows who's calling we had a caller call in to the radio in the morning show back in the day Hispanic I was like oh a picture they just don't have enough would over there when you drive through Mexico you'll see a lot of like half built cinderblock whatever's everything is cinder block and oriented Strand Board and then we nail the shit out of it with the ten Penny Ring Shank nails trying tear that apart day I'll give you a claw hammer it's time to wrap it up you're signed it off with it because but masonry it's why in an earthquake in the valley here all the all the chimneys two brick chimneys will fall off the house will be fine can you tell me if you can tear that apart okay oh so damn you cannot you cannot fall Eric can't tear it's like it's the difference yeah I remember one time Josh was he was asleep in his office he was yeah these these smaller offices than actually had doors and one of the Wean your kids packaging and Maza I'm going to you on you but it's brittle is brittle and the kid stuff just bans earlier that day earthquake right bowling earthquake I mean not really but you know what I'm saying right yeah. Pedestrian Bridge collapsed on empty a bus how lucky is that a bus no Mexicans in it correct empty insane must have been an ins rate moments earlier in other Mayo would have been on that bus bands and bands but it never it never breaks the wood the plywood the lap the stucco just bands and bands but the blocks they just fall over the concrete they just and I was like you guys don't have a warm and she's like what county we got sort accounting then that's okay but you don't have a war like we have you know when it's and then once you find that stud the other one is sixteen inches over from that Alan Senator The bay is fourteen and a half inches because the studs are inch and a half thick do the math that's what it is you know how do you not hate people all the time riding the bus ride the bus anymore no driving force like we have with tons of wood those are the countries to fall apart they don't have the steel they don't have the would they just have a bunch of reinforced majoring all the I always pictured a guy with the fuck and forty four hundred ten going listening you fucking say a word now I take a slug never speak to them it's a masonry that falls apart from those building codes so these places I don't get me started these places that have tons of masonry and not big let you could have an assistant driving around when I had a bunch of my own TV shows what do you view though when you're when it's you know the weekend where do they get these pictures like the guy who shot him looks like yeah he will here's the thing in this case if you see a bunch of Pictures Ah Josh's like Oh Daniel come on a little little little piece here jared rack and yeah and then you know poor Jim would come up in there they lau who gets control over these pictures because just I've seen it on the news a million times just from the picture loan it'd be like guilty but I feel it's lifetime right on the weekend on the weekend I just sit in my office to do anything I don't I don't like going places like obviously so mass transit correct you realize you're dressed waiting out there now that's my friend out there assistant right a Florida grand jury will hear evidence next month in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black Florida teenager by a Neighborhood Watch volunteer February twenty six shooting of trayvon written which is set off a national outcry is also being investigated by the justice department seventeen year old trayvon again left was shot as he was walking to the home of his father's girlfriend the nose and someone tells you that's a seventeen year old Michael Jordan you go oh yeah that's him looks at the same mouth Michael Jordan with my thumb in his face yeah from a convenience store where he'd purchase skittles and ice tea he was unarmed twenty eight year old George Zimmerman a neighborhood watch volunteer told police he shot trayvon and self defense approach like if you had one or trayvon thrown a gang sign and he had one of him with his daughter to barbecue it'd be not guilty you would think that where do they provide your found these you get more successful way more eccentric yeah pretty awesome it's not that I mean what point did run home trayvon replied I think I lost him and then moments later told her he's right behind me again I'm not going to run I'm GONNA walk fast girlfriend heard Trayvon say what are you I live when I was when I looked for places to live people think that I'm looking for like an elderly person I'm like oh the market's close right you know the movies are just right right world has come forward to give her version and it contradicts Zimmerman's she says Trayvon expressed concern to her that someone was following him he said is the girlfriend urged Trayvon me sit next to you know your assistant or if somebody's driving down your friend and they're like I can't believe you don't drive I hate this this is bullshit and they get really aggravated and you're like I don't know they all look like now like yeah it's it's very sad story really looks like minus is knows looks like Michael Jordan if you hold your finger yeah yeah okay so nine one one tapes reveal Zimmerman saying Trayvon didn't look right quote this is what he said on the when you do that move Do It with Sarah Jessica Parker when you do that movie your hold your finger up in front of the picture and like close one eye and get rid of you're when you know when you get in the bay go the and when you get on a study it'll go yeah I can do it on almost anyone you'll find the stud you can pretty much pinpointed but this doesn't seem like many people who were hurt it should have been no I mean the the drug cartels killed them I like maybe they killed everyone part of this guy looks like he's up to no good or on drugs or something the trayvon Martin's girlfriend with whom he was on the phone for most of the day including the moments right before he was sir Trump the Martin family attorneys have been Mr Zimmerman should be arrested for the killing of Trayvon Martin in cold blood did he work at the convenience now he was just this like knowing me for and then heard heard the man say what are you doing here she heard a tussle somebody pushing trayvon and then the cell phone went dead she tried to call back but trayvon did not end it came from yeah hey can I speak to Algebra oh cool yeah okay I if department is four hundred square feet and there's even we based on the fact that he made us shirts yeah then we liked that he came in and he made sure how'd you meet shirts before yes I had made I actually the way it came up was walk right yeah so that's that's pretty much it I'm GonNa get on the atom plan because I'm tired of driving myself around seemly the best thing is WanNa drive this team is horrible do you have to provide their car for them now you gotta chipping for Mileage Audit Shepherd that count you're fine one the center the next one is sixteen inches you can use your index finger and you can happen it will go like that that the the the the bad Atlantic neighborhood watch guy who was in his car with his licensed gun and he saw a black teenager wearing a hoodie and sneakers and what he felt was he said suspicious outfit and the guy that Trayvon was acting in a suspicious way and he felt like Trayvon was a threat but by all accounts it does not sound like tremont was doing it this thing and unfortunately black folk and hoodies in teens equals trouble a lot of guys minds and it's true but I don't know like I feel like there's something not good about an armed neighborhood watch person who was he was trailing Trayvon in his car saying he felt threatened and then he got out and shot Angie neighbors in different people in the neighborhood called in report what was going on and you can hear someone moaning for help in the background and at first I thought it was Zimmerman but then they I two kinds of guys who float around your neighborhood and by the way gender everyone does that hey man you can't judge and you can't profile sized most likely was trayvon his parents say that was definitely him he's yelling and then you hear the gunshots hugely upsetting and this Guy Zimmermann who has a criminal record is big news Zimmerman's Fox and and rightfully but once all the leaders and everything get behind this thing if they give them you know two months and they and have any business like he's not walking dog and he's not jogging and he's holding his junk and he's holding his junk in it looks like that guy and that guy and you're you're nervous you know he saw this guy did he shoot him in the chest I don't know where he shot him but he there's all these nine one one tapes because and and and back and you get like weird I get the same way I see the guy like at night you know he's like walking and it's like where's his dog if he's out walking his dog it is it age race everything dress it all factors in once in a while when you see a guy floating around your neighborhood do nothing but profile every any color I mean if there's a black guy but he's well dressed or he looks like he's going he's wearing jogging apparel and he's exercising is going by my house I'm in one of those country clubs places place GONNA burn so they're gonNA have to make an example rash of robberies in the neighborhood and says he fired his weapon while defending himself. Well here's the deal they're gonNA have to do something but there's GonNa be a bunch of convenience stores on fire and I mean like once this becomes the shooting has raised questions about Florida's stand your ground law which was approved in two thousand five the law does not require a person who's threatened to retreat in order to claim self defense I hate to bring it up again but there's things called homes and when you one day with grass in front and and and back it was broken this guy's got a bad antenna there's no no doubt that this guy has a bad antenna it's yeah I could tell by the way jogs he's articulate then you go all right that's a blend guy who's going for a jog and then you see the white guy and he stressed weird and or Trayvon does not have a criminal record Zimmerman hasn't been arrested Oh yeah and so people are out yeah this twenty six it's going to get arrested him and one of on call he the nine one one dispatcher is asking him not to follow him I gotTa tell you he has a context if he doesn't have a dog and I walk in his dog and is he exercising or whether he's a criminal should have so you get Hawaiian shirts if you're gonna be walking around because there's not jobs like him out there all right and if you wear a Hoodie I'm not saying you deserve what you get I'm saying we live live yeah he's back and something needs to be done but also people need to understand that I don't know where one of where one of me you get a little weird like you're like what's that guy doing there and I'm GonNa Watch him and I don't know what he's doing so there's this constant thing that goes on with human beings especially he's he's worried about it because too many trayvon's actually did get into trouble that's what I'm saying it's luck it's fucked up and it's sad and no one wants to hear walking around I go forget it I see an elderly guy walking around I go forget it I see someone who's in that right criminal age you know that got it but the rally is there's too many trayvon's in prison and that's what freaked out the cab drivers and the guys that are in the neighborhood patrol thank you mean it from dress to age two sacks to skin color to what they're doing and what their activity is and that's what we do this guy was wrong he should no doubt if trayvon was an Asian girl he'd be alive because I said Carl but you know what I'm saying or she and confused they'd be or something but made me realize that I spend most of I'm the person as a female who's always nervous about people around me and it must be weird so let's face it forget about Black White Hispanic and whatever mainly just white Hispanic shaved heads Tattoos Harleys L. Douchebag white dudes with the neck tattoo and the BANDANNA that's low slung over their eyebrows and reflective sunglasses and the stupid kid rock kind of I shot this guy obviously this guy's criminal and he should be prosecuted full extent a law I am just saying it's it's it's an excuse I guess to at least talk about fifteen to twenty five kind of thing you do a math and then you do one how they're dressed and then you do one what skin color they are not because you hate this grouper is in when someone says Trayvon a lot of people turn around I'm saying that people do a simple math and it's a pretty it's a pretty simple math I see that and I was like look both ways before leaving my dorm room and I would kind of flinch just all the time and I remember I was walking back into my the Guy Small Asian man who had a meat cleaver knows a large black man who had a meat cleaver it was and I was really scared after a society where there guys like this out there and the freaked out and they're nervous and it's not right but yeah it's it makes you realize though that trayvon was nervous I mean a lot of guys out there some unintentionally others trying to get that response I mean forever I who you're worried about being freaked out in front of because he's not actually all right I don't know what the answer is the answer is it's a it's a good time to have a conversation that's all and this guy should be thrown in jail to be a completely innocent person who knows that you're frightening people like I've talked to what I think I think men late at night if either up to anything they realized that Conrad Murray has dumped thirty pounds thanks to awful diarrhea what a great diet he claims porn scaring women can avoid it by dressing like Richard Simmons like you have to walk around also scares you to do the big guns of people might be you make arms chain hanging off the wall it leather vast with no shirt underneath it you know they're out ask you there's plenty of guys that are are tatting themselves up going to the gym and trying to create that look when it turns out there. CPA's during the day you know the thing that the that as the as the young black teenager walking around he's worried about some white guy shooting him or what he's dwarf from the parking lot and there was someone across the way and I just jumped because I was just very jumpy for a long time after that and he saw that I was scared and he's like Oh sorry it was just like a pizza delivery to fuck and elicit a response society either fuck me or fight me are both like there's a kind of a thing there's a lot of dudes and like I said just fucking poser do shen and medical care that is required by law I secretly watched a whole thriller video with my daughter we naughty date it was it was bad diet is ruining his health he can't eat jail food he says and he's forced to eat what he refers to as cat food which he buys at the commissary and what he means by cat food is canned that group but some skin colors Eytan act perpetrate more crimes than other skin cars so there's a whole thing you're doing all the way through a boost guys like there's always the same woman she's not she's not eighty but she's not she's somewhere between sixteen eighty style houses I had one in my old house and tore it out and it took a with me when I left and that's beautiful example batchelder fireplace behind Sargus picture with Conrad Marine Lena For four dollars and twenty five cents a can flakes for three fifty canned mackerel for two fifty and he's telling friends aside from cats he's the only human and being forced to eat canned mackerel that doesn't even since I signed from cat he's Oh come on what about ask them us and listen I cannot look at this it was on I didn't tell me Ho but we had a dance party all right and it was on the computer and certain point daddy was just going to go so the other night my daughter said Hey man let's go watch that video and I said a we can listen to thriller but we're not right when I walked in I think right this part right here son was going nuts and my daughter was digging it and and watch the video and then because I fuck up every computer I get near this thing is my my my my my life in a nutshell in problem early batchelder made artisan tiles a worked out of Pasadena did a lot of the houses that were in Pasadena and a lot of crashes L. is the computer has the volume on the keyboard but then there's also the volume on the computer right and it always gets set from the water at the L. A. County jail he says the water smells and tastes bad and believes is given him a horrible case of dysentery troll says the bad water along with about this and try to prevent more these when I was in college I watched my friend get held up at a gas station while I was sitting in the backseat scared to death the guy was going to come in the Karnak and picture this is the picture they always show him and he's sitting in front of a beautiful batchelder fireplace and I just focus on the fireplace behind him every single time it's like perfect timing because I didn't realize it only lasts for three seconds on the radio but if you walk into it lasts for forever when your kids are crying in front of it and my son world's biggest me about my Indiana go let's talk about the Mendan- I know when it hangs out of your left pocket it means you're feeling Greco active that much I remember from working so there's that thing where they just like like I don't know if they they bus those women into just during wartime whenever there's like ethnic cleansing earning going on there's that woman with the I just had his hands on his head like oh the humanity like it was like it was like a Russian peasant woman who'd like seen her that's a Serb slaughter her her family abreast have been in here before who fielded Oh yeah we have a little clip wow get dressed so we just hit thriller and I didn't know it was the video and I laughed and when I came back to the point where it's face tearing up and in the wolf was pushing through and it seemed thing of your wife on for crying out loud today jobs Aaron was a guest and and I think what might be a first for this studio she exposed so that's what my son was doing that and my daughter was glued to it so this is we're here yesterday to work on the book and WE'RE GONNA meet over here today to finish the book and I hold her jail was coming by yes he's finally multiple appeals to get out of jail merrily because his health is compromised but La County sheriff's spokesman Steve Whitmore says all inmates receive proper neutral yeah so then I go to the video and now we have our little moment where we get to watch Michael Jackson to his sink strict you turn around you WANNA look at the booths wow just audio the phone in more than one person should have is like she's been alive for two hundred years and she's seen her share of death and they always look the same and they never looked like they had a prime like never like oh man when yeah good morning show yeah bobby her pitched me bobby her pitch to me was we do show well nobody else public library and there's a bunch of transient guys using a fucking career and it just does that it'll just occasionally go to zero on its own and I won't know how to do what thriller the song on and nothing happened it doesn't go to join us on your wife's doing solely drive you crazy poisoning me Catholic waning ladies where the pictures of your son's where are they okay good there you go that weird ornate frames that one's upside down let's go there zero and I I don't know enough to know what to do with that and so I just hit the volume on the keyboard I turned it all the way up and there's nothing and then after go what happened and then I be I mean get to the bottom well she apparently is offering to show them to you as well I gotta be honest we're GONNA we met they they've done in the hold up pictures of their son and I go and I just feel like every time there's some skirmish breaks out there's some van that pulls up and goes come on get out there to my wife I say what happened and she goes I don't know who sets zero and she goes I don't know and I'm like realized Jesus Michael Jackson when he was twenty two or whatever the fuck it was twenty four whatever like you forget how vibrant was how well he moved to out crazy easy talent he was like have you seen the making of Thriller Yeah Yeah I bet she would like that if she gets hurt daddy's lap again so speaking together because you're super funny and I have no sense of ood yeah that's a strong pitch yeah it's like we laid up got come on you know one hundred ten bucks that's for Dave there's meal penalties but really played up good this time I just oh and there's liver dates dates I mean you really fucking that's a pretty versatile piece of pig there yeah lettuce salad you're never unhappy uh-huh hot hot cup of Jill Ace over easy regis has gone there's a gap man who replaced reaches I I don't think they found a permanent replacement yet we ought to do one of those two man bobsled teams because you have super strong quadriceps right I like eating okay well how about if I found another loyd being so entertaining but I appreciate it it's Nice speaking to Bacon I am I'm the Bacon of comedy Yeah Hey it's good your son's terrified of this he's not in the room now wherever a secret therapy we're watching and it made you really well that's a lot of range like what else do you wrap around Mellon right you wrap scallops and shrimp and scout aw now's the roses saying Mahalo either fuck me or fighting or both dude with really big fine but we could really hall enjoy watching people walk I know you can carry a lot of stuff hiking great with Dr drew or you work with Jimmy Kimmel you're great with Dennis prager you're funny yells Aaron I know because I'm funny and I'll just fill the ever get over water chestnut it's over mallon common denominator here that's a bank it's pretty fucking good yeah it's good alone beautiful piece of steak wrap some big city should meet at my house and we're comfortable why ever would you not want to spend a lotta time around her end clearing up the three meals and a few listener would like to request a clip just like Edward did e mail us classics Adam Corolla what's happening keep going yes yes she had no idea we're doing a para could be part of the fun and people always do that oh you work yeah she picks in over as Jill was it hot cup a hot cup of Jill with ace over easy two thousand fourteen rich Eisen Mike August and Eric Stonestreet were guests allison's last news stories about traffic on porn and that was Adam daily Pain Ah back in twenty twelve now he also had a history of Gary beauty beauty which he came in to promote one time to here and hopefully we can catch up to the pod that Mr Perot puts out this next clip is request from calling your it's good afternoon Super Fangio they never really explained it but that's what he calls me to the rock rock let's see what was what was the now I coupon whether it strips or bits it doesn't matter does not matter all right bring home baby girl news I'm Alison Rosen's if it can't on various holidays and Adam brings up an ad he saw on an adult site the priceless great segment. Thank you in Chris for all the great work call in check it out basically at that point of life or I need the GRANDPA Cy Shit the dinner bug JD. I'm with you see he actually came back on love line was the first time he promoted that with abuse himself on the show was actually airing really awesome interesting you remember two thousand nine pm it's Hilarious clip. I'm glad he suggested it it's ankle show fourteen twenty two featuring rich Eisen phone six plus would help you okay I'll make a move there let's do one more what are we got one more yeah hey well Eric stonestreet Mike August Alison Rosen Brian Bishop September thirtieth twenty four teams record is released on October first two thousand fourteen this is the exact bit he wanted to hear com you can tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio at Chris Locks Mono- find us on instagram on facebook anywhere and let us know what clip you ah talk with Adam and I might have to show boobs to show them how good they look when you love skinny and I love to get back I know you're GonNa show me in New York okay all right Jill GonNa show and she career he wanted to guest on love line after left onto the morning show it's kind of floating around doing different projects all right well thank you Edward for questing that terms used we we spilled the same blood and the same but they said that twenty eight times in that it's not false yeah naming of the rock of the of the rock yeah I'M GONNA kick Outta one of the writers cousin Sal used to call me Santos for no reason in hub go on I think it's a website that has porn on it it's my sense of it they have released some in blocking load and gentlemen and rock and roll and a man that moves to repent ball thrown gotomeeting me how you don't have a car even better no one will say Kobe and put some Bacon on as Bacon comedy but I don't need her water chestnut that's what I'm saying yeah that's not appetizing that was the news with Alison Rosen. They're paying you did you Did I used to call Dale Opinions I WANNA call you of what's I hope this tweet finds you well that's a good way to start a message very nice I would like to request Corolla classic the last segment from the end okay New Year's tenders football to a lot of dead del downtime no one's Africa almost holiday or do they see a decline Well I'M GONNA try to work out this this thing to guesses but go ahead I have to it used yeah thanks for bringing me the girl scout cookies problems so until next time Santa Parola for Bald Bryan and Ma formation about trends in their traffic and they have figured out which holidays have the most costumes that are out there not bad feel like the candy on the fingers go slow things up a little bit obviously that's a factor it would be right SORTA stressful obviously between Arbor Day in Russia China so I would say there's there's an factor in just about everything sticky sweet I was on a porn site the other day and it said tired of masturbating the holidays have the least traffic is which have the most yeah which has the least right like do they see a bump helps and seafood and then and then water chestnuts. I think there's something you're thinking of remote chestnuts there's probably water chestnuts are just algorithm that involves booze they new year's and might involve Mrs being out of the House there's a little elbow people who are lonely and thinking about love and romance and all that stuff and the other people maybe they're couples trying to get in the mood you had a book I gotTa Guess Halloween because of all the slutty girl gets the wrong target audience his masturbating the Internet Porn. That's all I'm saying I've ever thinking first off definitely and I was like check back with me about one hundred and fifty years yeah maybe maybe we'll tired the Internet porn and I thought now what was it advertising like their slots in your neighborhood you can fuck anything other than walking to his dad's fiance's house carrying a bag from a convenience store wasn't armed he himself was working yeah forget some of the lesser known holidays include their The thing that could be Cinco de Mayo Ooh I'm just saying not the Federal Holidays Yeah Garissa Saint Paddy's Let's bring my number one guests it'd be Valentine's because number one l. site if you'd like to give me a Buzzer in my refractory period eight minutes I'm staring at pictures of my kids on the wall then I think I'd have a little different answer for you but it's this point you know what I mean I've kind of like the guy's walking in the store and the bums I can't change and I went well not now but when I'm leaving is trying to different people to get in there that people keep telling you you to improvising the morning show one of the funniest moments of this time she didn't realize what was going on exactly Oh and you definitely caught me at the wrong time because you were like I'll be I'll be tired of it in about eight minutes and ready for automobile you know May may throw throw a couple of quarters your way but now okay all right what holidays do you want to guess the now destroyed in high school start at just forty years yes yes and it's a lot of like look what they've done traffic kid and Santa Ring and then July Fourth Holidays where you're around people other people throw it I'm with you on the Sir I'm I'm boo boos related stuff okay yes twenty one point eight percent drop in traffic on Christmas the fire of equality Yeah I don't think they have a dream I think it's just respectively but they see bumps in traffic on the largest bump is president's Day I think it's because people have it off work if the and it was just a really great venue we said it's curly a wingstop is currently I don't know what it is now but it was it was a lot of fun going there movie no safe spaces will premiere Fri- this Friday the twenty fifth so make sure to be on the lookout for that online and if you want to go to a screening one of the it's very difficult New Year's Eve and New Year's Day also less traffic than normal point two and five point we go to we do live shows all the time at a place called the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club which later turns the John Lewis podcast theater screenings go to know safe-space dot com income Check it out we'll be one of them all right this next I'm very excited for it back in two thousand eleven on New Year's Day shot rang that's right in the middle of yeah all right that's the what is the number one of one hey cheating the dream today oh just your home I don't think it's because they're filled out fell to fantasy right all right dream Yeah your home you have a computer sometimes other people who are normally home may not be home and and we used to do a lot a tunnel I fought some of them are in Youtube so you can look those up but this particular one features one of my favorite comedians slash comedic actors Michael Remind Everybody Adam is going to be Salt Lake City this coming Friday and Saturday for Adam cruellas unprepared get your tickets to Adam Cole Dot Com also Friday Saint Patrick's Day Columbus Day are all they see as a little bit of a spike on those days porn tribute alley also great host of guts he came on in two thousand eleven April of Two Thousand One discusses role in Glee at the time Adams having number or students get it and also K. junior day but veterans day blacks right you're porn getting now Gary shaking his head in the Apple TV what what all right bring it up that's the news you got some time to Karaoke I suppose that yeah I think you two wrote a song about that and they're called New Year's Day drop in Jason X. Shown Street at Mike August back in two thousand fourteen thank you calling for now before Classic Trilogy Guess We're GonNa come back do another one yeah they they always come and they always come together so I'll love having him on we'll have money anytime are up before we get to this next clip the high buddy how are you good to see him best somewhere and you'll never dig it out again all right so Who Do we got Mike o'malley coming out Mike being on the hottest show on television it's been it's been fun you know it's it's been interesting because I I play the son of a kid here's a thought he had pertaining to the show and homosexuality it's kind of interesting in Micro Malaise Game Fort and then they share some memories of all the time and now I think he's on Glee is well can we hate oh Mike Lynch I forgot to ask you about this do you have but I'll tell you what let's let's bring Mike out and then when we find this dancing with the stars Clip Ball complain about that as well Mike o'malley everybody I have a son and I have a daughter and if my daughter was a lesbian I wouldn't be happy about it but I wouldn't homophobic thought which go in my huge hopper homophobic thoughts but it's here I'm just going to be honest we as unhappy about it is my son being gay and I'm not sure why but I think most guys feel this way and when I say unhappy I don't mean it like it's a bad thing like I love the gays and lesbians I wish we had more gays and lesbians I have a whole plan where we gays and we relocate them into bad neighborhoods to revitalize them with all their sprucing up and they're manicuring of law of a lieutenant land can you dig that thing up 'cause I got some world class complaining to do it's a little dancing with the stars complaining Alison Rosen's Hypica- now was the murderers row that is at Silverlake was filled with gangbangers and graffiti and it was shitty and scary and there was like what happened is is there was they say white flight serious denial because they start the signs start they start showing themselves very early I have an interesting that stretch of Santa Monica go to Santa Monica and Western and tell me what it looks like a lot of guys pushing shopping carts and stabbing people crocheting needles exit day? You don't come out to anyone visiting swing by Silverlake it's awesome I'm just saying you take I upset at once again you take bussing program seriously they spread out and all of a sudden real estate goes through the roof so I love the gays it pays the guy from the commercials with the puppy. Yeah Yeah it's it's it's leased target audience the Adam Corolla how what's come all over the floor and you don't think they're gay joke now junkies defecating onto like kercheval where he's you guys know him Mike Mike Mike is one of these guys you recognize instantly from being on TV now you're ridiculed people yet you feel like would you like your son or daughter living in a closet in high school you know what I'm saying and thankfully he but you know I I read your book so I know what you're you make jokes about it in your own life but what happens walks and crocheting needles making Kebab out of Poop and whatnot and then actually a poop circle yes now go down Santa Monica about is that the character says he his fight he finally comes out to me and I'm like Yeah I've I've known since you were three for your third birthday you wanted to expand ah I mean they could be Mexico as well but what I'm saying is well no seriously I used silverlake used to be a scary neighborhood blonds like taking honeybees and mating them with these scary African is killer bees you know and I don't mean African is but you know what I'm saying they did they tell you the president's Day so if it's constantly suffering on President's Day does that happen the buffering yeah of shoes right and so it was not I don't think it's a surprise really to any parent that their kid is getting you have to be in some who's gay and the first episode that I did you play the data a kid yes yes I'm sorry I'm the father of Akita what happened was is that he When I when I I was sent the script it sounded like he was going to be one of these guys like you know son of mine is going to be gay and they all right there was straight fly and straight dudes we're like we're Outta here and then there's other scary gang bangers and then moved in when the real estate was cheap and POW now silver but I think I'm not alone when as a dad you would probably hope a maybe because you went grandkids would be it's shitty lifestyle? Am I guess what would be the acceptable slurs yes we gotta sit down and come up with some new ones well one day actually when I when I when I did all model right we're guy don't like gays he loves sodomy I will give that a lot of having him being I sat down with a list of sort of euphemisms for for gay guys that would be acceptable like ambassador to rump. I mean that's what you know and that's one of the things that they go out in the show all the time but I I do think that it's even like with what happened with Kobe Bryant the other day yeah it's a tough explanation but the point is this your dad right you have three kids yes a male and female I have a daughter in Tucson this is the part were always turn south because when you're talking you're gay friends listen I called the Guy Fag and I didn't mean right and as a dad the gay thing for the daughter I think is much more palatable than it is for I love line calls between Ataman Brian all round plastic clip. I'm also huge Michael Malley Fan Nickelodeon Guts Aggro crag a group on all that stuff partner punt and I think probably I'd be willing to bet that he wasn't even he didn't mean it in that way right he's just he's just trying to offend hauled that it was it was I think even they're getting to the point where they can't really say anything and should be able to get whatever they want the heat a battle so the no cock option is always good for Dan 'cause we fear the cock you know what I mean as a dad the gays and and sort of colonized you know what I mean like like they had spread the word to the gays I know you want any bussing them in like a forced let them fucking yell at they want that's that's my feeling who cares and by the way I think I think Koby has proven to the world that he's no role on other dudes let them yell whatever the fuck they wind are we really looking at them like scholars and role models or any of them going to be on the Supreme Court I mean on the half and see the golf course that the gays have created over there with the palm trees and there's no graffiti there's no crime so I'm saying I think we should take we see Cox looming in the future you know our kids running a maze of Cox and we're scared that they're going to get tangled up in cock his you know Kobe Bryant was fine for saying a gay slur and I do think that when we were growing up it was a lot different it was just common I mean you just you know in college and she's twenty and she comes home and she says Dad I'm a lesbian wants you to I want you to meet Sharon and they are always are asking what would you do if your son was gay as if you've got to prove your tolerance bonafides you know if you're if you're somebody who range well but that's the thing but I should say Kobe which is it to me got the gay stuff I mean come on now interrupt their son yes and I'm not saying this because I'm homophobic I'm just saying this because I'm a human being and one of them involves to Cox and the other involves no Cox elsewhere I'm not saying gay people are bad I just called him gay I call him a homo because he's an asshole but no not like that I said working with kids and hearing what they talk about and deal with you know we're laughing we're having a good time it's it's funny because there's a lot of truth in what you say Aena and stuff like that and I should have brought I should've brought the list I'll I'll I'll pick it up and pull it together one one of these days errands piping hot there's a chance you could go like wow this is almost a jacket bowl events here like almost almost almost explain or are comfortable with the way that they are made that's it and that's that's troubling that people can't just be who they are and that I why not who cares they're guys with ged's who get paid twenty one million dollars a year to Duncan I just want my kids to be happy I know that some people probably think that's bullshit and when I finished when I'm slightly agree there are people out there and I think because of my exposure on the show and well at least you're not homophobic yeah you know what I mean yeah I I think people especially because I've laid the father of accused gay and tells me terms of what makes people uncomfortable laugh this also people are getting killed because they're gay people hanging themselves because they're gay because they cannot seen it like it was bad like I hate gay people I just met like he was trash you know what it's probably true flirt though they're killing them shepherd they're killing them because of this thing that other people laugh at someone's up for Gladdy by the nine capsule in my cheek and that way I ever fling open the door and see what I'm about to describe you I'll just chop down on it and that'll be it they'll never just home in the early mornings The early morning hours his dad walked in and caught him and the dude and I said many years ago and I always said to Dr Drew I said Susan My kids hit puberty I'm just gonNA walk around with a sign he was gay he was probably about sixteen seventeen years of age he said he picked up a dude at a club or dance or whatever he said I brought the kid sexual beings and I don't think any parent does now I'm convinced that if there was if you think about people like for sex education in schools Elvia do but I also think that you know what's funny is that I don't even want to think about my kids having sex or I don't want to think about my kids as as Mos- on twitter and so is Mike and these interact with each other I haven't checked in a few years book to have your Nostalgia Itchy Might WanNa scratch with follow from micro mouth I'll be dead before my head hits the floor like a German war criminal and this guy called in he said capsule POW gone they'd have to step over me to get breakfast you know what happened old man curl they have their pants up it's Gaydos and lesbian transgender so orch just some sort of neutral at you know J. J. Jon Lucite the show leading very proud lives in it's a struggle for them it's a component to their life that is just it shouldn't be that difficult I concur and it's it's really oh to go through the ridicule into be in high school and feel uncomfortable and then feel like what if their friends found out and now now prom coming up a sucking my own deck while he was beating off you didn't take that one did you know I did not this is her he said when my dad opened the door I was on my back with my legs flung over so you know when I say that I hope my kids aren't gay a most of it is just because I don't want them to have to go through that stop that life that's he died doing what he loved which is judging all right yeah that's never teach you how to do it now I it's always about pregnancy prevention and STD prevention focus here girls will throw rocks at your window I don't know we heard we heard a thump in the hall and this is we were working on some Algebra in here and this is this is the worst it's worse yes worse than you can imagine and I know a lot of you have a pretty vivid imagination never been on a date where a guy brings a cucumber and put the condom on it rarely ever I remember one call from love line nobody should be able to buy an aquarium you should only be able to buy terrarium and then once you fill it up with your hose becomes a terrific aquarium but I don't know why we need an aquarium and terrarium I feel like we're covered with aquarium or Aaron but anyway he had a snake running around no I said really having sex his room at the same time sign right right rip with the head inefficient well to be fair to him it was a terrific would still love them but I do think and I well no that's talent that's it you know the way that I look at it I honestly uh-huh gay bisexual just made its way yeah I'm you guys are bad lame you know like slurs you think it Bob Dylan Song so one of them I mean our lab like seriously like there is this option if your daughter is yeah something Shane Lynch who was in your movie Amer is a big part of Glee when you work with fellow actors who are out there and my son on the Humpty dumpty clinic emphasis on Humpty the I always laugh because whatever I jail because well I went to jail for three or four years and he was like nineteen or nineteen years old is they rip the head off a corpse and put it in a fish tank woman who talks in a girly little girlie kinda voice even if she's older rows sexually abused when and how did you guys arrive at this uh well what exactly were you doing because there's different stratus here you know what I mean there's it ranges the nature of the phone calls and also that Dr drew said that if somebody's been sexually abused their brain has been shattered and must be put back together oh I g glad but you don't want wow you know I what do you get you know we get a nice little balls the cock no tell that a young girl was was molested because when you get molested

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Carolla Classics: Chris D'Elia as JCVD, Joel McHale on Adam's Mistress, and Fitzdog Bus Story

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Now, if you're finding us on the Adam Corolla show feed, please subscribe to Corolla classics, the podcast on apple podcasts or Google us where we're all over the place podcast went up. Tomorrow's episode is do, so I highly suggest you subscribe is Krista saying, you do not want to miss the next episode of cruel classics airing tomorrow. Sunday, June second. All right. Let's get started with our clips for today. This one is a listener quest at berry in Iowa. Tweeted us. Jio pretty pleased play the Joel McHale and Adam Corolla bid or Adam continues referring to his mistress and Seattle in Joel. Apparently is the only one in studio that here's it. This is hilarious almost like a twilight zone scenario GM Brian play on perfectly from annual show, twenty to sixty one. This is twenty Joel McHale returns to the show. And this clip begins immediately after a live read for a male wellness product. So that's what they're discussing right before this begins goes, a little something like this. All right. Let's cool. He's a cool that to know that guys are like I'm going to get this erection gone. And I'm going to think about Adam Corolla now. Oh. I'm flattered by that. I really former. Yeah. It's better thing about baseball. Your wedding ring made of yesterday. Manassas a lot. Okay. What's so exciting? Is it is it a car part crystallized? Here's I gotta do I gotta do something about this. I was asked last night by my nanny. About this wedding ring what had happened is this? I had a gold wedding band, and I have a knuckle that has been guy amage d-, and it will. It looks like a large he under the skin of your knuckle, and it's, it's really. Hard. Like you're it's it's wrong. Joe's. Knuckle, Iraq card. It is. It is it is rugged there, it is rock hard. And so if bone if I it's a calcium deposit or something, something going on from too much boxing in my youth. So what, what happened is I if I try to take my wedding ring off to hit the heavy bag. Throw some weights around or bang stray on the road. What you said bang astray on the road. I said, hit a heavy bag right at the top strength waits around pretty much. Then you said I feel like Gena, you heard it bang stray on the road. You must must've mistook that with heavy. Yeah. Hard to. I did the two Brian. Did you hear him say bang stretch? Say it's say. Why would I be well could take it back because listen to the show? No, I look I did you guys hear it? They heard the heavy MAG, right? Around. Right. Okay. I'm gonna that's strangely specific y'all. So then if you could just hell, why don't we start, why don't you start that over like so when you okay so? Okay. So whether I wanted to hit the double ended bag right or do some bench press. Right. Or fuck it groupie. I realized that I needed to take off fuck, a groupie. Right. What you to set it. That's that's very offensive. Would groupies are as a type of fish, why. Why would I hit I used to box? I know hit one of my favorite things comedies ever. I'm glad you like I there's a double ended bag. Right. You work on your timing, but you'd want to take your wedding ring off. And if you wanted to lift weights with you can't wear the wedding ring, although to pinch against the barbell or I mean, the, the for to what or heavy back have you bag? Dumbbell to take about right. We'll take your ring off for other things such as. Okay. Because I've heard you. I heard you say fuck groupie. That's what I heard Joe Joe. You gotta worry about sometimes versus what you're saying. You know what I mean? Okay. I feel like I feel like you're thinking it. I'll let you get. I'm so sorry. Okay. Let why don't you get through with your thought? So you have to take your wedding ring off to do. Just hit a speed bag, right? Sometimes even skip rope plow stranger. So you just said plow, a stranger is that part you said, plow a stranger? You heard it right, gene. Hashtag metoo. I don't like this language, and I'd like you to leave. I said, skip road didn't say it was nonconsensual or Susan. Jampel joel. I said skip rope said speed bag. The double ended bag, I said, heavy bag. Right. Barbell and I said dumbbell. Now, those six enough examples for you. Why could have take my wedding ring off and why you have to strain this world where I swear when you play this back, you may use me of banging Janine a thirty one year old thrice divorce mother three. Who I keep an apartment Seattle when you come out with those kinds of accusations. Wait, you just said thirty one year old mother of three who lived in Seattle? You have an apartment for her name is Janine, right. I said dumbbell. I said, heavy pack, I said, speed bag. I don't even know how, you know, Janine, you know, this, gene. So you said Janine you're saying, Janine thirty. Do my Janine. That's what I'm saying. I don't even know what you're talking about your. So now you are saying, you know, Janine saying you keep saying, gene. And if you keep talking shit about my little girl, I'm going to go side, your head little girl. She's a mom leave my daughter out of this. All I know is your throwing out random names. Your daughter is not named Janine my daughter's named Italia. Right. Don't you? Her name you understand. Did you would not be happy? He heard you bring up her name. Joey voice been such a polite gas sprite. This is uncomfortable. It just seems like every time you ramp into the stuff that you like to do without your wedding. Ring on you go. Well, this is a practical purpose I need to box with it because it'll hurt on yes, lift weights trade to take it off. Because it could you could pinch the skin. And then you say plow a stranger, you say this woman that you keep in Seattle Janine mother of three. You said those. Things. More bang. Everyone a dignified that the answer. But Janine blows me, so why would I take the ring off? How would that cause any? Blows me. You said it. You are saying, Jimmy blows you do is you engineering was your daughter, your little girl, right Joe. I'm sorry. We start off so well, but you sicken me, I sick me sick and I don't I don't know why you guys. Okay. You know what? So you take the ring off I do because I still enjoy the sweet science of boxing and banged Janine. And I go into the gym, or the permanent me, and I'm able to perform, okay? And I wish you'd stop turning this, and some sort of salacious direction, like, you know, you do with Kevin Hart or Paul Reiser Ousmane Breyer when other guests may show up on when I episodes of Joe mckell show, which only count Sunday, February eighteenth on Netflix. If we just kind of move forward into move. Even know. Normally we have a good time when he comes to the student, I, I you know, I'm just not going to talk about. You getting blown by. Even know Janine, okay. Okay. I know how, you know, rush. She is. And I've never heard that name before. And when I tell her you were talking shit, she's going to be pissed if you've never heard the name before, how can you tell her course of her the name Janine I went to junior high with six Jimmy real name doesn't mean currently these. I think I can clear this up. I went back. I've looked at the tape, and I think, Joel heard. Let's, let's listen to be heard. In fact, plow, stranger plow a stranger. I was quoting him. And I again plow a strange need is no stranger ongoing affair for seven years. Okay. So. Why would you. Listen to this podcast. Jay on the sign your, your daughter, Janine. I don't even know who Janine is my daughters named Italian. He'll ask enough to bring her name of this conversation. You not know, Janine when you literally just said that just seconds ago that she's going to be pissed, when she hears about this, my daughter and Italia's going to be very upset when she hears about what you said about my Janine. Okay. I don't even know who Janina 's. All right. Okay. That's right. And I don't even know her last name, we've agreed not to use I so I have no idea what you're saying. My studio seconds. You just mom, we agreed not to use last name. All right. One more time hit the heavy pack hit the speed back. Double ended back. Okay. Barbells. Right. Dumbbell. Skipper up, right. Yeah. It's all I mean. Take him from behind. That's all think I. You take Janie from behind. I don't know who this person is. And I don't know. Europe. Szeswith her. Keep saying shit. And then you say you haven't said it and no one. Thank god. I have witnessed it. And then check yourself. You know what Brian do you have? I got a different section. He's going down. Gonna put my hordes. I record Janine takes me from behind. That's what you said. Let's you and Janine do is your business. That's I'm quoting another fucking what would you do? Not another Janina. I'm not fucking okay. Joe, what you and this magical person Janine do is your business. That's what I'm saying. I don't know. I don't care go ahead for this week. Fuck groupie God is that what you do? While you would think how unbelievable you are. Nice guy and seem thank you, Joe. Let's keep going. So anyway, my nanny nanny. All right. She said to me. I don't need this for my goddamn nanny. She said last night. Okay. So I did a show in Vegas. We did a show at Caesar's when I was done with the show. A guy handed me this Ohring rubber gasket wedding ring, and he said, use this, 'cause you're ring won't come off, if you ever wanna bang Janine you have to pull your ring. It gets caught up on this big this pa- calcium deposit of, like literally come off. And if you want to hit the speed bag or something you wanna take it off. So he enemy me this, and I've been wearing it ever since. And everyone always asked what it is. But they make them like in black. I think I need one in black. That's the athletes. Athletes, look, old ring rubber wedding ring that will of they'll look up like workout wedding ring, or something for guys who have to practice stuff, and, like, don't take the ring on and off. If you get in block, you can always pinch say all my wife just died. I'm in mourning south cock ring with Janine. Got a big enough you use as a cock ring with Ginny, what you do is your business show. Verbalize. I have to hit the heavy bag on. So, so here's the thing. My way, let me ask you this. If you're I don't know if you're anti does this. Well, I don't eat my nanny doing this to me in the kitchen last night. She's like so what do what's, what is that? I said, it's the wedding ring, she says, why well, the, the weather one, I can't take on and off like and stuff and my knuckle screwed up. So I just wear this one. And she goes super cassock -ly you scared women are going to bother you on the road. And I'm like, why is that not a possibility? I was in DC last week there, plenty of chicks there to possibility people in line going this out, showing you get heckled by people that you pay. Yeah. Every once we have this routine worked out, or I go now listen everybody, I don't like to talk about myself and she goes, no. Stamp dot com. Save time for your small business skip, the hassle of the post office buying print official US postage for any letter any package and do it right off your computer and printer and with stamps dot com. You get five cents off every first class stamp, and up to forty percent off of priority mail. We use it here we use it at the other shop. We have the scale we send stuff out. It's all we use. No wonder seven hundred thousand small businesses used stamps. I've got look. It's about time. It's about effort. It's about saving money stamps, calm. And right now special offer just remind listeners for week trout plus postage and digital scale go to stamps dot com. Click on the microphone top of the homepage type in Adam at stamps dot com and type in Adam and get all. The deals they got. There you have it. Joel McHale GIO. He actually took home guest of the year. It was an amazing episode that gives so hard just include that portion. It such a funny episodes, so great on air of the gang. And it's like that's just what they requested some only putting this in put so much more. There's plenty more. And we will address it in future classes, podcasts. Oh, yeah. So this next clip GIO, this one was an Instagram DM someone slid into your DM's Kelly writes. Hey GIO, so I have a curl classics request. I don't know if it's compelling enough for the show, but it made me laugh so much the founder of Castro came on the show, three times full and Brian asked a stupid question and Adam date a bit where he was still barest of Brian, and he said that he thought they were friends, but they were never really good friends from Kelley MEC nine on Instagram at cruel show, sixteen eighty. A two featuring Adam rate, John Gina grad Brian Bishop before Adam rejoins studio from October twenty fifteen and John Koh from Castrol is tell them about their product and Brian has interesting question. John got a hard hitting question for what percentage is just pure old school. Dinosaur oil verses pure synthetic versus mixed in two thousand fifteen Castro sales in the O L. L L softball. Us come at art stuff. So I'm the technical guy asking me sales questions. I'm just kinda curious like when I was a kid. It was like it didn't exist then right about ten years ago. It started going, but you would talk it's funny talk to the old school guys. I don't go with that. I don't go. That's stuff engine builders. Like the high end guys. They're, they're old school now feel like it's ubiquitous. So let me ask answer, your question without giving you numbers. All right. 'cause I don't know the numbers to be honest precisely again from Lynette after the show, but keep going. But, but conventional oils are still the primary oil sold. You know, in the US marketplace really GT, absolutely yet to realize that in the US, the average age, of course. Over limit years old. Really? Yes. And so, with that, obviously, there's going to be still a lot of conventional oils recommended in vehicles. However, when you look at how things are trending how. Acidy grades oil grades are getting thinner. I mean we started from ten forty to ten thirty to five thirty five twenty zero twenty now this is all part of the cafe thing, actually, exactly right. Thank about Brian. I'm thinking outta gearhead Bill understand things back over here. Ryan take. All right. You take this. I was going to make it the crank and the rods and stuff like that. But let's just make it a spoon. Okay. Wouldn't spend. All right. You're making some fudge brownies everything. The shoes off. All right. So you're in the kitchen. Right. And you're making shelf all of lists making up from scratch, no Betty, Crocker house, scratch wearing apron. Nothing else. Sure. Your man is in the next room, he's with his beer, and his other lady friend. She just thinks that you either won't do or don't do so. Well, either way, you've decided to make some fudge brownie k now you got that mixing ball and it's under Ryan arm. And then your left hand. You're holding wooden spoon. Thanks for knowing. I'm left handed. Yeah. In you're stirring. Okay. You're stirring that bowl. Well, the thicker that fudge brownie mixes ardor elbow, grease harder. It's going to you're sweating. You're working now. But imagine if it was thin, how easy it be for you to take that wooden spoon and mix it up shave ten minutes. Then, of course, you're going to say, well, yeah, but if it's watery, thin, those brownies are going to taste. Like what if I said, guys like John over here have figured out a way to make it easy to turn and still make a delightful pan of brownies brownies. Absolutely did Jon anytime. He may put some nuts in them. Point to. Well, I deserve it. Distribution those, those special performance differentiating differentiating additives app. That's right. No shit. I actually understand oil now. Well, just be. Just be super thick and gooey molasses and Honey. And it was like all the parts in the car, and then it would warm up the thin out a little bit was still like, and now we need better mileage. So it's gotta turn easier. I have a stupid potentially stupid question for you. Speaking, a better mileage electric cars. Tesla went out they still use Motorola because they have moving parts. Right. They don't use Motorol. They don't use any motor oil or electric. Why no gas? But on, I'm so but they have working arts on, please. There are things turning there, but there's, there's no combustion turns in your brains, we get that turning system. It john. I'm so sorry. That's okay. I'm so sorry. I don't I can't I can't I can't explain what went on. All I don't know. We have a working relationship, we don't have a friendly relationship. I had say where civil outside of the studio win for everyone here. Not certainly speak for me of the staff. I mean my brownies that's right. It's got a big battery. I know that. There is moving parts that need lubrication you would need to motor oil, you would repacked the do. Yeah, you would pack airings bearings and things like that. We have stroll actually does make smart them. I don't know if it's. We make Greece. We, we make contain. Kaffa ledge heat, friction viscosity breakdown. Rob your engine of maximum performance friction results in loss performance of up to ten percent where the got the vet zero six I think, or the raptor, gotta get some Castrol edge in their helps fight friction deliver maximum levels of performance for your car, three times three times full wrong against Wisconsin breakdown than leading oils. Castrol edge unlocked, the true performance in your car's engine. Our back Chris GIO, here, more Corolla classics clips for you. And if you want to submit a request for something, you want us to plan the show just Email us. It's easy Email classics at Adam Corolla dot com or tweet us, whatever Google us taps on the shoulder when you see, it's at Ralph's care, Chris, what was that we're gonna play that tomorrow. All right. This clip, though. This is a weird one GIO because we had two different quest for clips. And I thought we were never gonna fill by the way. These are back Bernard this never happening. This is not the morning show. I can't use it yet. Yes. So we have to two different requests and it turns out, they were in the same show. This first message from Wayne the segment where Adam pretends to interview Isaac as with all these drops made me pissed my pants hilarious. And also Lonnie writes in. Hey guys, I'm requesting the improv it with Adam enormous Donald regarding the Natalie Holloway case, and that Vander sleep guy, thanks giving me a Saturday, podcast, Wayne and Lonnie. We got a clip for you. You're so in look Adam cruel show three thirty eight three episodes into the format. Switch featuring Bobby Lee Teresa Strasser. Brian Bishop is from June twenty ten and this is a really great series of clips, essentially Theresa's news. Which segues into story about urine bender Sloot and then a little bit later. I cut it. So they start talking to Isaac as via drops, which classic bit. These do on the radio show after their final interview, and is final interview and Bobby Lee actually comes in, and they threaten to do another reenactment Isaac Bobby, but never happens. But Adam tells story of Margaret show and screenplay it's good. Right. There's nothing you can say to somebody who just immediately says, I fucked up. I'm so sorry. I feel terrible to Linnet every fucking time. We argue really fucked up. We'll move right ahead. That must be so delightful to hear a Majid crate that must time we could move forward. I can move onto my next play say shopping really good about apologizing is your friend Donnie he will. If you make mistake keep up with the thing is it doesn't stop him for making mistakes now. And but he will immediately apologize. I don't know because I think he just wants to shut you up, because with me, he never really mistake. Yeah. Stands by her horrific decision. You don't was funny. Three days ago before we started the new formats. Yeah. I said, you know what? Let's do the show the night before the morning of let's do the show in the evening as we're doing it right now. And it'll be ready for six AM east coast time. It'd be like we're doing a morning show unless some celebrity kicks off at one A M. Right. We'll be fine. And then people go any Theresa mentioned it in her news. Not only that we talked shit about the golden girls yesterday and the funerals pertaining the golden. I asked her talking shit about route, she was probably having a massive stroke. We did not make it one week into this man. It's not one thing that I said, it's never gonna happen happen, and we actually had to be talking about her. Yeah. If anyone heard this show on the east coast at six AM they heard us talking shit about room mcclanahan died at one died few hours early. Yeah. Awesome. Well, we're sorry we met the Wednesday without fucking up. I'll it happened was you made the point that, for example, Michael Jackson's funeral all the black people had to had to attend. Whereas when a golden girl dies the other golden girls. So even my you know, live down the block. They are not required to attend. That that was a point. I made some time ago in your golden girl point. That why do you don't travel for funerals. Well, I wonder if Betty white will show up to this room clan, Eoghan funeral. We don't even. There's no pressure being white because we don't have to have that allegiance thing. You know what I mean? I got confused because I thought you were talking about anyway. But you know what I mean is, is like, when George Lopez sees Oscar de LA Hoya the have to hug it out that just have to. It's, it's not it's not like I see rip Taylor and I'm like, oh man compare my brother from another mother. You know what I mean? It's like what we're white comedians, but given shit about you. Yeah. I would say, even in the non celebrity world, I've experienced this, where if I if I go someplace as my stepfather was black, and there was like one or two other black people there. They would sort of have to interact. At some point, you have to meet granted really old names. What's that golden girls will really old s styles? Yeah. Cute acute name name, really a great name, except it's like rue the day. It's not. Well, we rue the day we that trash one of the remaining golden girls anyway, be Arthur says that rule was a close in. Dear friend, I treasure our relationship not enough to attend her funeral. Now, it hurts more than I ever thought it would, if that's even possible, which golden girls are dead. Now, still in ru everybody's dead, but Betty, white who's eighty eight so be Arthur's dead. But didn't she talk about just do a quote from beer? -ther Dallas from or. Betty, you're fusing. All right. Yep. So Betty white hasn't hurt. So it's really essentially still getting who I think wasn't as old as we thought she was. Or maybe she was but is Betty white. The old is the oldest one still alive. That's a good question. I think you're right. Is still getting played a character who was much older than she was she's thirties. Yes, she was just in her thirties. The little bit of sun damage. Betty, what? Yeah. Like eighty three eighty four eighty eight eighty eight. Yeah, she so. I think the oldest of the goal this is still the alive. Ist, I think west Biak you. We're all Shakespearian flavors. Now, I know I James Joyce now, this come to literary Dutch man suspected in the disappearance of Natalie Holloway, five years ago. It was detained yesterday for the murder of another young woman in Peru. You're on Vander Sloot, Nancy Grace's favorite to was caught in Chile. Stephanie Flores Twenty-one was stabbed and killed in a Lima hotel Sunday. Exactly. Five years to the day that eighteen year old Holloway went missing while on a school trip to Aruba never found to do they find body five year. He was five years to the day when this stabbing occurred. Celebrate the way you celebrate vanish loot celebrates away, he celebrates don't judge. I shouldn't judge him. Yeah. He was staying with this woman at a Lima hotel was, she was spotted with him on the day of her death. Vander Sloot was also one of the last people to be seen with Natalie Holloway Vergara, Slough, basically, sort of bought his way out. God, his way out that, you know, the, you know, look, you think you guys complain about our Justice system. You ought to do a little traveling. See what it's like a broad, by the way. And so what happened one in and out rather two thousand five? Right. And then he was released. He was arrested with these two brothers. And then in two thousand seven he was arrested a second time. They thought they got new evidence. They let him go in two thousand eight prosecutors sought unsuccessfully to arrest him a third time after that videotape, you probably remember surface, where he was telling a friend that he'd had sex with holiday on the beach after leaving the nightclub and then he started shaking she started shaking in Las consciousness. Oh, Nancy grace is going to blow out some philosophy. To thinking about this. So now he did kill this next one. Well, he's been arrested. So he killed room mcclanahan for the data McLennan, really not folks today. All right. So he did it essentially. Allegedly. He did it again. Right. Allegedly. Yeah. I mean, it seemed pretty clear that he was responsible for this Holloway murder. And as you and I always talk about that whole part about how when he goes to trial for this one, and then the first one is not going to be an animal. That's all you need to know. The last ticketed went missing. Yeah. She came to violent violent end. Most lawyer sue we have. Okay. And also can't we just convict him of just being skis -i in do she thinks she looking and just? Yeah. I know. That's not how this comes aren't off. These Dutch, the Dutch I out of control. It's the best of times in the worst of times for the Dutch. Because it seems like you know, they do a lot of interesting research. Yeah. And then they turn an Frank. There was at the Dutch. Yeah. Yeah. Well, I always think about that. Anne Frank thing where somebody dropped the dime honor, cock sucker. Hey, man. Hey sheltie compare. There's a thirteen year old juke howling up in the attic up there at twenty two twenty two fifteen mainstream still believe in the goodness of all people. Yeah. She writes about it in your diary, diary, also Catt. Yes. She's staring dead wildflowers, go get her. She's living off of tap water breadcrumbs, go get her put on train switz-. Yeah. Great. Awesome. The large. Oh, by the way, we're going to win the war for sure. Now. Definitely. It's, it's done. We'll be marching into Times Square about fifteen minutes with thirteen year old ninety pounds you when we get her off the books we got on. Yeah. Jesus Christ anyone fucked a what happened. And this is why Germany needs to be bombed again. Right. Abso fucking Lutely. They really need to be bonded, just just just for that. Just for the Anne Frank thing and the fucking guy. I mean whoever ratted out and. Frank that person in my eyes is worse than the person that went and got her. I have this weird thing like the guy who rapes the six year old girl in the bathroom of the casino in Vegas is not as bad as his buddy of stance around and watches, because that guy's just a rapist, like he's just fucked up. Yeah. He's a sociopath, the other person's. There's nothing wrong with the other person other than they don't mind standing around and watching people getting. Right. Right. If you're a Nazi, any collects them ju let's, you're not Chitty Nazi just some Dutch guy that drafted dime on an Frank. Yeah. Like, hey, man. Really feel like she poses a threat. She's, she's put into this, you know what she's a starving jail. I can't sleep at night. Knowing there's a thirteen year old up on the up an Anna Cup. They're eating toenail clippers. I cannot deal with that. I can't sleep. I'm wrestling with it. I just can't wrap my head around at man. I've been trying to press it, but it's, it's, it's like Edgar Allan Poe, I feel the knock and come into. It's an Frank and Frank. It's driving me nuts. I mean it's called the final solution. Not we leave kid and not unfinished business. What happens and Frank? She grows up and breeds. Oh, we got another Joe on her hand. Or choose the tell tale GIO near like, little rats. Yeah. We got you gotta go getter, and this is why I've make the world's worst Nazi guard because that'd be like what years it forty four. Now fuck this about over, isn't it? Don't we all know this is Kim. We just go into the fuck and four corner and run out the Nazi clock. Yeah. I mean, that's why be shitty guard because like I'd start seeing that cert- seeing the fifty one's over hands reading the writing on the wall. It'd be like what's going on over there in Russia? It's fucking start working on you know what just leave the gate open, and whoever leaves leaves, I'm going to focus on getting a Brazil, by the way or Argentina. Yeah. I love Argentina this time of year. Great produce. Oh, yeah. Hide nazis. Love them out. You why Argentina 'cause they don't really have rules there. Evidently, if you're not that you can live a long life. We're one of the stupid countries that has rules, right? What good is it do us now in, if you're in a rubel you can pretty much just kill a tourist their sex with them? I they don't just offers. Offers earn. Yeah. Never. Yeah. I think I don't know why. But I think we have some clips of mean nor McDonald, this was taken from the original radio show is somebody put it up on YouTube, and just talking about Vander Sloot reading. Of him vanishes calling a buddy for help think. Yeah, Vander Sloot like talked to one of his buddies and said like hey man nature boat. We need to kill me, drown this girl, this was the hypothesis. I guess this is the conversation they had. Dauer is if you vanish Lou, what's happening. Hey, listen by Vincent trouble man. What's up? And I'm calling from a payphone I realize it's your two thousand six boss. Money. Anyway. What do you need twenty spine? Now, this is then. What did you do vomit on your shirt or something new share hot lady? All right, down the casino and brought her to remote section of the beach. You know how I work? I know you're. Konda Marufi or something. I, I already have. Thing is. I mean this euro wanted it bad. Yeah. Cool. Now. That's not it. Remember that boat you had when he some water soluble loom now now. There was a highly holiday. Awesome. Yeah. I got a boat, whatever it is wondering borrow it for a while. What do you want me to do with the bone? Well, she may be in. She may be dead or in a coma as thinking we are in the Czech. Oh, so we're tossing the boat like driving hospital. Now. What about the ocean straight, you met a check at Carlos and paths? Yeah. She was hot. I shadow for Delhi drive. Ditch digit on her on the beach into the ocean into throw horn because she's passed out. Yeah but I don't wanna go. I don't wanna do is. Hold on a second. A minute ago, I was watching the honeymooners and enjoying Zima. Now, you want me to get up pop on the Harare cheese had down to the beach. Are you gonna help me load around the bone? I gotta get. Okay. So let me just I test this for second. She she may or may not be dad. She will be. As of now, she may still have a poll. Yeah, I can't tell you want me to swing by, but you won't be there, and I should grab her and Drager cross the sand and then toss her onto my boat and then drag her couple kilometers off the off the shore, and then dumper in the ocean, go back home and you're going to be wear and what you do with it before that. This has been a wonderful reenactment made extra creepy by the story that we heard shortly thereafter about norm. Donald favors wife, a couple of things. Yeah. I think it was based on an interview of like when Vander salutes island buddies. Yeah, you got a call Vander Sloot. And he told him to go pick up the body and dump it out in the ocean and everything. Yeah. It was a reenactment of that phone call the norm. He hates. When I tell the story. But that's not going to stop me from telling him for fifth time norm. Well, he should have told us on the tell us we dragged it out of him he. Well, you know, I think when we catch them in the morning it was vulnerable hot up all night. And I think people mistake me for him. And he for me, so I think he just thinks maybe I'm telling the story he's talking to MIR by. He was he was saying that he had sex. With is good friends wife, that's out start. Yeah. And then we said, well, where was the where was the friend outta town and they said, no mowing the lawn. So he said, he's having sex with the wife inside the house where the friend was mowing the lawn and then dropped this bomb back door love as well. So. Outside mowing the lawn. Yeah. Well, he is entering the wife from the rear. Yeah. You, you wanna you wanna talk about a sense of entitlement. Like, hey, while your husband's out. I wanna know if you could do something for me. What do you want, like a eliminate or something? Now a little little higher up on scale their Cup of sugar. Now little kiss. No. And it went a little booby grab and you want oral sex and you wanna have intercourse. We'll my husband's eighteen feet away with a snapper, and like, wow, you're pushing for anal sexual, my husband is on the property. That's a tough sell. I know. But I love at the man for it. And if you think about it sort of diabolical, because if it's if it's a it's a power mower, you're gonna hear it. It's like going back and forth getting further away and closer further away and the second stop. That's an answer. Nobody walks away from power mower while it's running. No one goes, I'm gonna go in and grab some lemonade while runs out on the one you'd stop it. So if you heard it stop. It's time to pull out if it's using a push mower, you still get the sound thing. But if the guy caught you would be so fucking tired, he couldn't raise his arms because there's nothing more tiring than a push mower. The push mower should've gone the way that dodo the second the power mower was invented, but they still hung around for another thirty years. We had a push mower at our house. And we only mowed the lawn once every like nineteen months at the Corolla house. So it'd be like, the, you know, Sarran gatty up there and you have to use like a machete to get it down to the three foot level. No. My dad did mogul law this house that I do. All right. So where were we? Well Isaak's is in the news leading dairy soul musician Isaak's, who appeared on our show. Yeah. Few minutes before he died. You're up. Incoherent interview. He may get a memorial stretch of highway in his home state of Tennessee. It's good. Yeah. I was wondering how the Isaak's memorial highway would be a section of interstate forty good Milo blacktop. He he had a stroke in two thousand eight at the age of sixty five just minutes after being interviewed by Adam Corolla. Good confusing possibly while. Yeah, let's have a conversation with Isaak's Isaac. It was a group thing. Yeah. Highway happy about the highway good. That's good, right? Yeah. Yeah. You like you like a home that your home state to honor you in that way. Sure. Every problem. Like, what if someone littered on it or something like that? What if they broke down? I mean I mean Isaac Hayes memorial highway. Sometimes. Breakdown say you know what if some what I said, someone could vandalize could be graffiti that can litter on it. Wait a second. I thought something terrible. What if there's a fatal car accident right on his trip? No. No. Yeah. Accidents frequently happen. Termed more than sometimes face are. Can't argue with ising. Yeah. Yeah, I want to ask Isaac if he is upset about. Isaac? Hayes are the parents of. Real McClay to know the chick Vander sleep killed on the beach. Good. That's good. Thing they caught me into slu finally. Did he kill Natalie Holloway? We are Isaac, Isaac. You're not upset that we're using your voice over and over again on this show. No. Okay. Well, there you go. I sure. You know it's just a thing that he get he did you get when you do shop. Took us a while to realize that something wasn't. Right. That's what I really realized something wasn't right here. Yeah. We're sorry. We didn't know that you'd probably already had some sort of stroke. What's really, what's different than this, or John, Wayne, showing up in a course commercial or Fred Astaire dancing with a wonder mop? Trivia. It is a good thing. When Natalie Cole sung with. Yeah. Yeah. We should get a Grammy for this. No. Is it you of a Grammy? Yeah. Yeah. From chef will you, you don't forget, when Graham, eating you Annan Academy Award. Make your. Rocker? Oh, hall of fame. Some tie. You're out. You're in you're in mill. No. Until I want Isaac interview, Bobby Lee to Isaac does a heck of an interview from heaven. Yeah. I wonder if Natalie Holloway's up there with Isaac. Oh, no. What? She seemed like a sweet girl. No. Listen. I think that she's, she's on some island with millionaire heart right now. Yeah. Nice low making sand castles in the sun. Be arthur. Yeah. You're yeah. He's up there you're. That's nice. Yeah. Probably banged her last night. Ear. Yeah. Wait a second Isaac, you exact would be Arthur. How many times you've got to tell you? I should we bring up tell you what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna do a little read for one of our sponsors. And we'll, we'll bring in Bobby Lee that, yes. Margaret chose your idol overloid. Did you grow up a group in San Diego power, where the little tunnel power a kind of a farming community? A lot of math. You know, can I ask this about Margaret show, Margaret joke? Weird on me. They had an incident would would have. Well, I incident with Margaret Margaret said she said, I told her where I lived many years ago, which probably mistake, and she said, I could walk to your house, and she said, like five times I could walk to your house from where I am beechwood canyon. She said, I walked you're so I said, yeah. All right. Well, actually do that. And then at some point she said, I wrote a script and our script with, with you in mind, and I really wanna come over, and I really wanted to talk to you about it. And, and I said, well, you just send me the script should now I want to. All right. I'm going to lay it out. What really work the scene lane? She, she walked over to my house. And when she got to my top of the stairs. She was sweating profusely, and listen. I don't know if the sound bigoted, but I don't see a lot of sweaty Asian women, which she, she skinnier fout. She was medium medium little hustle. I left her because she struggles with her weight and. Yeah. She was this. There's an epic battle going on between her and her ass at this point. She got she was sweating. Like I said, you don't see Asian women doing a lot of sweating. That's really heavy set. Black men in other. That's the realm of Don King, and Jesse Jackson people wedding. She came in and she sat down, and she said I wonder what to read the scene with you. And I said, okay, and she said, we went through, it's like, okay so we go into the bedroom, where to party and we take all that we take all the coats, and we throw them off the bed, and then I tie you down to the bed, and I'm mail true. This is the scene. She's she's Olga greatness, real. This is real G showed up to this shit help. Yes. This shit happens. It's not exaggerating. No. And I do details wrong. But just believe me, it was very graphic sexual seeing that place at a party on a bed, where there used to be coats and involve. Tying me to a chair and mounting me and feeling my Cocco inner and pouncing up and down on her yelling for more on and I was like. And. So and some point I had to go do love lines. I got her out of there and I went that did love line of that's a weird one. And then later on I spoke to Laura kite linger, who was another neighbor. And I said, you know, it was a neighbor of ours. And, and. Yeah. And so we started talking about. I forgot who we're talking about. How about leaving the jokes to Adam? So he taught that was all I said, you know, Margaret show lives around here, and she said, I got a weird story to tell you about Margaret show do tell she the movie with me in it. There was a sex as she there's a very graphic sex scene between us in this country. And I thought I thought, wow, this fucking diabolical. You just go Manam in the neighborhood wrote a script, and you're, I'm sure, she's banged out that after to work at least half the time what, what was the motivation seduction, Doug Hsun? I hope that it never happened to me. What you showed up to me. I think that was during a period in her life where she might have though. She's married to Laura Kylie. To a man attuned. Yeah. All right. She's Quentin, Tarantino. Little bit would while while you live on that street, never invited never returned to fuck, you know. Wow. I live on the street. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. I don't wanna make low to her, maybe the Anglos maybe she's not Asian. Plea. It was so weird in the Dr Glenn people, you know. Family intriguing. It's not a racial thing, but it's like, oh my God. There's my. Auntie. Auntie. And I guess for me in the eleventh grade it. If you. Not yet. Ludo TV, the leading free streaming television service watch over one hundred channels and thousands of movies on demand, completely free Pluto TV never asked for credit card. You don't even need to sign up to watch for free political party is easy. It's completely legal and it's the best way to watch your favorite TV shows and hit movies for free in never pay for TV again, by downloading Pluto, TV, not sure what you're waiting for. You can be rolling in a matter of moments. Download Pluto TV for free on all your favorite devices. 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It'll be a helium, so tickets at dot com is more cities after that to you, so nasty Adam live, most of cities, commie works in particular. That's a great venue for stand up to get a chance. You'll see. Oh, he already gave me a map. We're going to the Shelby museum Coors brewery, and red rocks. Amphitheatre weeded. Shelly Newseum and red rocks. Do pours. Yeah. I think we're going to have a little mini road trip will. They'll tore of Colorado I actually filmed a bit at the Shelby museum or thing for car cast like an hour. Straps. Video camera mic on me is the stand there. And like steady cameras very future Clifford curl classics Adam has publicly lauded all the cameramen out there. Yesterday came operators Adams, been a supporter steady Cam operators for over two decades. We'll get to that one later this month. I just thought of it in real time all right, this next clip. Oh man. She I've been seeing a lot of requests from this one but particular comes from Twitter. It is will right at Ed will sixteen FOX. I would love to hear the Chris delete as JC interview. Has legendary Kayla sex morning show. Folder with the real John Claude van Damme promoting JC and his office, like phone talk people background really wasn't fair. He was present. He's probably on a press tour, and it made fun of it for years truly bizarre. And this is a Chris's six of seven toll appearances so far in the podcast and out of nowhere. He busts out the John Claude van Damme. And if you like this, there's another clip of him doing it with Heather Graham from twenty eighteen this is Adam Corolla, twenty one seven Krista. Leah Gina grand. Brian Bishop look cameo from John Claude van Damme. Lia's in studio already. Good Seacrest right here. See, you guys think about, by the way, did you see when van Damme started? He's been on Twitter for a long time. But he just like decided to announce that he's official on Twitter. And he put out this tweet where he's sitting on a rock looking out to the ocean. And it's like a six second video. And he just he just says he just says Twitter. It's really funny. I can't the last time he's officially sufficient, and it's official and then a video and he says Twitter. That's it the last time, Gary hopefully, the last time we talked to him, he was starring in a movie named after. Right. That was supposed to be like his gritty real and I said to him. So is it you? Who's in them what we can never figure it out. How idea, yes. Shan kalat. Yes. So the movie you play his JC John Claude van Damme glee. I am Claude van Damme by JC de this time under move in the movie. Right. So when I'm watching this movie JC, that's what it's called they will call you your name. JC vide, they say jaycee, and I say, son of a bitch what, but that Stanford John Claude van Damme technically. Yes. So if there was a movie called j it was for John Travolta, his JT in the movie in real life. John travolta. Right. But in the movie, what would be calling him, John Travolta? They would say JT JT, technically he is John travel show, the movie you brought up your weight. Well, let's hear your tweet. I think there's a I think you, you got on Twitter. You've been on for a while, but. It just recently. It's official, I put a video to make sure everybody knows it's me, okay? Well, not JC zones are different guys got confused character. JC joke. Okay. Well, let's hear you. Twitter. John claude. We're you at the banks near your condo in Canada, there, when you when you made that short film, that was me that was you. Yeah. On the but near the condo, so close. So so near absolutely, so close. Okay, okay, I won't revisit this. Do you know Seth broken technically, technically I was near but in actuality I was so close. Okay. All right. I feel satisfied this long as you're able to walk to the rock could have worked. Oh, you didn't walk. I could have Uber over Santa bitches. Oh, new tipping app. Like over was built in the old built it I know taken Uber since you can tip. Oh, so do lift. Okay. Understand a we say lift or you. It's funny 'cause you're lifting every every day. Yeah. So I. To even though this was so close to your condo dick nuclear west so close, you're still chose to over. Uber. Yes. Even though you love exercise. Like when I like, when people take care of me and I like to be driven around and understood old at CI. So you even though you could've walked, you wouldn't have the interaction with the Uber driver. Who'd be taken care of you. It's amazing. Right. And it was near to where vindamme and drive me to set, for instance, take junk vindamme drive me to set. Right. And I am dish right while. Yeah. Bangor the movie you play Bank, robbers, subway, junk vindamme, plays Bank, robber, Jesse. TVD. Right. I just having trouble rap. I don't want to different leg as Janklow vindamme believes in. Abortion. But JC de no oh little different. Yeah. And how about like climate change JC big on climate change? John van Damme feels like it's oaks. Oaks? It's oaks. No not. Oh hope creek hoax. H O X oaks hoax. It's an oak an oak. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So now what about like the obviously, you're not a citizen of the United States. But if you were to come in, in the election. Yes, I'm guessing one eight you would've voted for Trump, one of us, Donald Trump, one of us Ilori Clinton. Hillary ilori. Right. Yes. She's one of those trunk hotter after say, I thought that the Email chain was oaks the Email. Yeah. Right. Yeah. With the Komi with Komiya going that was oaks for Ilori for sure. Do you know Seth Rogan? Oh, I've I have seen him. I have seen him Allen Vancouver walking to my over. I shortly. At. Yeah. Sean. T- out right outside the Jeffrey days when you're TGI Friday's. Oh, you must like any restaurant with initials. I love well Jacquelyn, damn loves restaurants with initials J C. They would never go. Oh, interesting. That interesting. That is that's a twist. I. JC would would go Jerry interesting to teach would never go to many initials. Right. How about PF Chang? PF because I feel like that's a split. You know what I mean? I mean, that's like you would eat eat outside like something like that, if they have a patio, I'll do it a patio. But do it. But for instance, if they have have a patio if I have to go inside if I have to go to the bathroom, I will use the establishment next door and Tristan right like Elton or something. What an ill -tan. Is that a type of restaurant? No. Paris hilton. Oh, Hilton GRA Hilton. I got it. Yeah. So what about a KFC? Oh, I would never go to see. But earlier when they called it Kentucky Fried JD. Yeah, that's old time. Oh, yeah. So kicking it old school and we're going Kentucky Fried Chicken time Cup if I at a time machine. Yeah. I would use dead to go back to took fried chicken there. Right. Because they'd use these full name. Oh, yeah. Time cop was great. Because time cop I saw at the theater. Glad you'll like this and like nine hundred ninety three or four something. And it, it took place in two thousand seven or something like that. Future whether discovered times we now goes seven and a half. It's like we have we can now travel through time and it wasn't. It was two thousand four it's my leader in the Christmas back. Yeah. I always know what can convince me otherwise the difference between nineteen sixty four nineteen seventy four's no big deal. But the difference between nineteen ninety four and two thousand four was a thousand years in filmmakers, our into the two thousand s it would put a to the two in the front. But to the guys that are inventing time machines. It's just ten years that they don't that they're not going to be John down. But that movie was insane because it went ahead ten years, and now we had different cars different wardrobe different time. We've. Why I don't care why the film much jump head fifty years as long as they didn't think about it that hard. Wrote the script quickly. A lot of revisions. Yeah. Did anyone can you figure out that one must've been it must've been? It has to be something it had to be something because his like his wife had to still be alive in real life or something. Go ahead. A movie a few times, actually. Yeah. It's just like one of those movies if it's on leave it on. Yeah. I agree out of respect. They have at one of my favorite impressions ever throughout the show. Throughout the show. I love how just naturally flowed out of it. It was great hilarious and spot on. So it's very accurate. Love. JC was always a fan of even bigger fan after crystalise did him as an impression now, this next clip features, a hall of fame. Guests that left wing troll. Now. We love him David Alan Grier was on in two thousand fifteen tells about this one. I'm Pearl show. Fifteen forty six from April twenty fifteen David Alan Grier. Gina grad Brian Bishop. This is from Gina's news. The first story was on a webmaster behind a revenge, porn website and other discussing this Adam comes up with a solution for things like revenge porn and old material being dug up to barris you tential way, where everyone can be humiliated very specifically, and then we can move on. Check it out. Rode hard movie dot com or Adam Karol dot com. You can mate, so far, and are you giving back all the people that donate it, because I know I wanna know I have not made any money. You laugh because it's kind of like that. How much did you make an are you giving your investors just a little bite of all the millions you made? Why are they turning my Michael, I don't? So far. The only person that has not made any money isn't me that weight so far, the only I made any money. I got about two but how do you hours big time cars? The eight hundred thousand for this Paul. Stanley's. Kathi. The big race cars. You got. Hey, Dag look at my new building, you know, who pays for that because I you know. Well, you know, my dad's a head hedge fund guy, holy macro view now that I didn't I thought he played trumpet. But that's just what he does on the side. Is it called the welfare fund? It plays Flugel horn, which is not totally different from the Trump. No, the reason what, what pays for all that is the spike TV shows. The box. That's I do all that stuff. I show we do a little news through some news. A show business. Gene week. She. Lakers beat news with, gene. With Gina grad. So I don't know if you've heard of revenge porn. Good. Well did it? Are you kidding me? Christopher Kevin Christopher Bollaert may disagree with you. Because he has been sentenced to eighteen years state prison. According to Gawker, the sandiego, man ran the website. You got posted dot com where users and hackers could anonymously post nude photos, and personal information of people always almost always women without their consent. And then the victims would have to pay around three hundred and fifty bucks on a site called change my reputation dot com to get their pictures taken down. He was convicted on twenty one counts of identity theft and six counts of extortion. Eighteen years, teen you answered my question. So it wasn't the revenge porn site. It was that he actually was just this is a ruse to right. But the best part, you said, on an average, he earned about nine hundred bucks a month. So hardly seems worth an idiot. Yeah. About ten thousand images were uploaded. He's going to be an opportunity to binge porn, this guy he's going to prison. You know, he's going to get worked in the bottle hall. Yeah. Gonna be a camera because these prisoners very sophisticated poems that double dip back to him. You'll wanna see Shawn you know, driving it home to Mamba thirty seven dollars guys. I'm putting it out there. There's an opportunity. Left to put money on his canteen. Yeah. I don't you know, I I hold on bowl and that was fucking funny stared at me. Because this new fake Theresa's, slinging them. She's coming with hard balls. And you are shutting down very funny, by the way, I like your sweats. I was here. I said it I was. God, I was in my kitchen this morning. Standing at the 'fridgerator my bathrobe my daughter handed me her phone, because she was talking to your friend Cami, and she wanted to film her in her dress. She she was wearing her Easter dress. And she talked her friends on the phone. She's talked to your friends on her cell phone. She has her own cell phone at eight. Yes. Why don't fuck. Need a phone at eight? I just pay for everything. I don't know how does I got news for. She doesn't fuck believe in the Easter bunny. Okay. Kick out a self can I say? He's just been going on for like a thousand years like someone to go like, why does it ten year old need his own wagon wheel? I don't I don't get it. Told it doesn't need. I don't know. I don't know anything other than I pay for everything. And that's all I know eight years old. You are losing control. I'm standing at the refrigerator, and I'm trying to get out some milk for my coffee and my daughter, hands me, the phone, and says, get a shot came e wants to see what I look like in my dress. Sammy has a phone to evidently. Camrys a thirty one year old Puerto Rican. Dude house going to say and I'm holding this phone standing my bathrobe trying to I thinking, I'm filming my daughter from looking at Cam's picture pose side, stamp at the top your unlisted. And I'm trying to think like a wool what's going on, like an house anything ever going to stay private. And how's everything that gonna just end up on the cloud? And is there. What you know we all need to do. I think this would solve a lot of problems. We all need to schedule one afternoon out of the year. This is for everybody lives in the United States. You get a DNA swab. We'll get some DNA. We'll put that in a data Bank. No more arguing about fingerprints, or any of this left behind her ACL fucking you or anything just everyone's DNA, all in the back all in the bankers. And then wall were there while we're there we are going to have a videotape where you put on a baby, bonnet clown. Cheers. And your raped with a mop handle. That'll be everybody every human being everybody and it's just and then it'd be a condom on the pen now. But we'll use a new Ma a wife spray if you're out whenever it is hurt worse. We'll know waterside. We're hearing pure and we're gonna make with Astra glide. Either way. And then whatever happens about you having sex with your boyfriend when you're nineteen and getting tossed up on the or whatever racially based tirade you went on a club or whatever it is the question will have to be asked. Is it going to be worse than you being violated with the mop handle wearing the baby bonnet the clown shoes, anchovy? No, that'll be equal playing field moving on. They'll be nothing. Thought out plan. Thank you. Thank you. I was going. I guess we'll go. F- backley. Okay. Let us know. Jio we ever get a mop handle the same way. Again. No, I can't either. But real. Real. But I do love Dag. All right. So this next clip that we have is, is a little weird, because back in two thousand twelve we started a podcast called the Adam and Dr drew show. That's right. We brought them back together. And they still do it five times a week, by the way, so please subscribe to the Adam doctor show and here, the magic that is curl. And Dr drew now this next request is from JP. He writes K guys love listening to your best of shows and have requests for future episode. I believe it was September two thousand twelve featuring Dr drew where he and Adam breakdown several of their quote rape rock selections. It used to have it saved in my phone, but it disappeared when I updated, I've been bummed ever since GO. Can we help JP out real show? Eight ninety seven as Dr Xu bonus show up. So number six is from September twenty twelve and this'll be complex. So in April of twenty twelve tried to. Doing a solo, Dr drew format bonus episode and ended up airing it in the regular feed during the week and it's pretty good through salt, and they did it again. And in may and the air that one on the weekend. Also really good at those don't count in the official calendars as the drew bona shows, but they are so they have this one listed, as bonus show, four show six and they recorded this in August, and then they played it in September recorded like a Sunday afternoon. And it's the last recording of the day, and this is back, when the, the bonus shows are about our long adamant, drew really weird mood, and they cover some statutory rock, the radio friendly title songs from the seventies stuff they've never covered on together. So this making fun of this type of music all back the love line, but Gary Puckett, and he's certain songs were never covered cover in the morning show without drew, and that's coming, full circle, and Ataman discussing Chevy van. In theory, pocket and a little bit more. And it is amazing from two thousand twelve adamant Dr drew. There's certain things that, for instance, I always say this, like dogs, you know, before they lay down, they turn in a circle, for while, then they lay down and you like why doing that because you're fucking Berber carpet in your upstairs in their central air. And it's like, well that's what they're instincts, are, you know, that's just what they do? And all we, we understand that with all animals domesticated animal. We've become domesticated. Yeah. But we still do the circling. We still there's an element of us that wants to go out and do whatever we want to go out and do, but we've realized we've been domesticated, but there's this thing. And I think this is the new version of going out and humping and gathering as I always liked the kid. But the point is, I'm going to go off into this next room. Now used to be. I'm going to the wilderness. Now, I'm going down the hall, and I'm gonna look at somebody else walk and I'm going to beat my meat, and that is my turning around. Before I lay down on the Berber carpet. That's the thing you know what I'm saying? My that's much luck. And listen, ladies, if this is his version of being alone wolf, you know, so be it give him a little that Spain, maybe a net positive to because if you really sort of look at where that impulse he used to go, it would go to the hor- houses. It would go to the bars. Down town act out, and what do they act out? Do aggressive. Every third song written about rambling rambling internet ambled out cyberspace. I gotta move on. Yeah. Yeah. And it was right like physically moving on. I was just there's a lot less of weird s going on guys travel. I was just I was just listening to the song. I don't know. We made love in my Chevy van song, such a horrible song, speaking the seventies. But the guy did this thing where it's like we made love and Masha van. And then he went and dropped her back off and basically picked up a runaway fucker and then dropped her back off in town. And then where it's like next time he comes through town. Maybe fucker again. It's kind of like I love the songs. I gotta be going. I, I got a fire up my Chevy van this is now it's another song. Away Sammy Johns. I name they were talking about these horrible, horrible behaviors as though they were just listened. Said. That's the way that's the way him putting a quail loot. Inter Mickey's big mouth. Yeah. Yeah. Now, you listen to part of the song, he traps, her off barefoot back in town. Like he'd raker Chevy van. I'm fucking deal. Yeah. Playing it. It's another one. She's young. Like a pedophile anthem her long legs or cannon Brown. Head of file f anthem. He picked the chick up in his van. It took her to the fuck at woods and he raped her. Exactly right. Then he took her back to town. Just listen. Listen, when he dropped her off barefoot and he's rambling, man. In my kidding band of God. I always liked it before during and after two where they go we we're gonna make love in my Chevy van and then there's there were making love and my Chevy van and then we made love it, my Chevy van. So he's a good part. You know, got all the tenses in their creative right now he talks about how small her town was. Porter out in town mentoring pushed her out of the van. Put around the ban lesson. Dirt road. Mainstream. Welcome. Bare feet. Could rape me again with the shave OB around criminal got ramble pay K when he get here later teens, call me a comeback rape again, but I gotta ramble it is. So, but this is the I liked that. I the line is I put her out in a town that was so small you go rock from end and. That's right. She was barefoot when she scape from the van put her out in the bud mainstreet without pavement. It's a shame. He won't be passing that way again. But I like I said when he does maybe give it another ripen we wonder why things are unraveling now that is where it started. Love and the van that was the stuff that was when we were growing up with not just for Mantech. It was highly prized valued his wagon. That's right. Dumped her off, head affiliate pushed around pedophilia stopped the van perk clear, Chevron knocked out of somebody keep your eyes on the road. Swivelling captain's chairs by the way. So you gotta kick a fourteen year old year raped by the lake out. You don't even have to fuck and you don't have to slow down just turn the chair out toward the window, just kick her ass right out. But this is you're not using high probably throw shoes out a mile down the road news. This is why does not occur. That was about raven a chick by lake. What are you guy? We made love and my Chevy van analyze ten percent of the of the seventies, you'd find shit like this. Well, they all had to do with she's a little bit, too young, but a fucker anyway. The move ramble. I gotta go. Hey, man. You never know when he's passing through that town again. What was the matter with us as I have no idea. What is this? Young girl. Better run. Much you're young. Too young. Burton, Cummings even his last name talked about a jacket. Burns common again this scary pocket. That's right. Burton coming of the union gap, right there. Gary Puckett's union get worse. Burton coming. You kept the secret of your youth. Your fifteen led me. Lead. You let it to relieve your own to give. Gretz did. Right. Then thinking about what he did. Yeah. Guess who know guest coming against this the union gap? Sounds like a place where you were racist would buy jeans. The confederate gap that's really by the union. That's black. Gene, just a baby. Baby. The sky. Yeah. That's wrong. Be wrong to be unknown. Unknown me, listen to this, that come. Had a. Milo for. What to realize seventy a great time to be pedophile and associated pack. Yeah. Their other song assist girls woman now which is good. He made or Jovan by raping her figure voted grin lady willpower, to which is like I'm gonna sexy down. Even though you'll want to. You ever month? One where you come here comes the declaration of rape right here. To change. Oh, yeah. I'm gonna rape your ass you'll get moving. Must've been a great pitch with his manager. No, no, no. I'm saying the like to rape patina HR. I'm not saying I raped her. I'm saying, I want to in, I'm going to rape and teenagers it back. You know. You know. That's what we values into me. I'm I'm listen, I've daughters. Well, I'm not saying I'd like. Song is about a guy who's thinking about raping a fourteen year old but decides not to do you understand the difference? Big difference there he's saying, I'm gonna rape you. But I'm tired yonder stand, but not saints rapier big difference, there number two on billboard. By the way. But yes, but what's he people that weren't alive that cannot appreciate what we're saying? I love that. I'm telling the lady willpower is March sixty eight maybe lady willpower is great worse is the seventies came along young girl and Lee this. Telling you give your love to me, our never. Yeah. Yeah. Must have been funny. When Gary Puckett. Yet, it must have been funny. When your picture, Gary Puckett I got to see this. Yeah. You on to see what happen to have gets a history to what really wouldn't where what prison is he in frayed of what he might have on his mind? Little girl. You're worried about video games violence. This was going on to sixty seventy. I'll take good. Oh, love, if you will let me if you my. Maybe. All right. I need. I mean, this this, I mean, this girl is a woman. Now, cook Gary Puckett. They're all quick. I am just two point is says this girl's a woman now I just like to be session musician through. She had a little pigtails and stuff. Now. Plays. Lays out rapists, without Steph. But now existing playground literally, literally labor. Overnight or world chain? The ravens showed up. Shit. She never gonna want to saves. That's right. Carrying the site hospitals later girl is WalMart. Now. Click on your plug it for game. He got to see them. Listen. I whereas prison found out. Listen to this. Listen. I just love to be one of the session musicians where Gary Puckett and the union gab. But like show up at like art guys. Garish written. Another song, let me guess, let me guess this one about the civil war. Now this about the deflowered. Just looking competed resides in Florence. Clear what? There was there was a separate. We competed for him. All right. Just listen to the lyrics vomit. We. Child had died. Will the kill the child with this? Cock. Stamp down. She learned how to love drove off Fisher. This is like taboo to really is same. Same bullshit. Kind of a war fixation this crash, right? She's found out what it's all about the hardware taboo to solve you'll see it's the same damn. All of those. You live in a playground without Santa pile. And then, you know, overnight, she became a woman overnight. Yeah. Then instant. Well, there you go. All right again. I just funny. Gary stepdaughters. No ocu- another song. We need people fucking wooden. All right. But this wasn't number two on the billboard giants. This your favorite song. Foister suck up and the Tita this off. It's true. But this song, the Dan have poppy. You know did not enjoy the kind of common popularity yoga. Yes. All right. Point is the culture was infused with this crap in the seventies idiot used. Yeah. Remember we started this conversation. Poor dad in front of his trailer. Yeah. In those crazy pants watering lawn. He was infected by all this. Yeah. You'd ever he can get light. Yeah. Just the idea, Gary Puckett. I would love the ban meetings. All right. I've been writing let me guess about what, Gary will not hold on. Hold on. I'm going to new direction. All right. This one is called. You haven't started your period yet. I'm still going to fuck in the ass. Okay. All right. Too far too much. What this my thing people love. Why sing I love. Hit the billboard with the last one about the fourteen year old. Yeah. It's pushed the envelope a little bit. This one's called. I got enough poops for the both of us. Okay. This is what? Now we're not writing a song about what it's like to be on the road with a hard work in band, that's, that's done way too much less. Let's set Schori, right. Playground. There hill. I'm listening. You say we stop in Baltimore and rape teens. All right. Okay. All right. All right. Oh, god. That's all right. There were punished by multiple platinum. Hey the guy had pipes. Our kids are gonna have so much better. Fucking chicks sing. Yeah. Screaming fat. Chicks at their beautiful. That's every fucking song. Oh. Talking about empowering. Other check absence better now. Nah, I call with Asha but I missed the statutory rape. Ever back. Kristen GIO here with the one final clip for you. And once again, reminding you subscribe to Corolla classics, the podcast, releasing a new episode tomorrow, Jill. What can we expect from now on tomorrow? June second in the classics feed, we could have rob Hubel the famous episode where he he's a classic Trump. They have some conversations about JC VDB, which actually continue right from the Kristalina episode, including some station, about time cop as mazing may have Jay more with either the first or some very early Randy Warwick. And most importantly, clip we've had many requests for the Kevin Smith in review from twenty twelve the infamous, final question, Mark appearance of Kevin Smith on the podcast. And then after that we have Andy dick in-studio noting divisions three and twenty eleven and title that when burning bridges with Andy dick and. Listen. You'll find out why. All right. Let's start with this last clip though, because this one features once again other all timer breakfast Simmons fits dog. This one is a great tale. He tells about him riding the bus. Another listener request from g says, I would love to hear the clip break with Simmons reliving his antics from the November twentieth. Twenty sixteen episode I was laughed at tears the first time I heard it keep up the great work Phyllis. All right. Matchy Adam Curle show, nineteen Fifty-eight featuring Greg Fitzsimmons Gina, grad and Brian Bishop from member. Twenty sixteen. Wheels on the bus, go round and round of. Go out. Check out fits dog always delivers just tosa funny joke in a hall. Would you like to tell everyone you're, you know, a lot of guys talk about? We were talking about Adams got this beard, which is like mine. It's coming in a lot of colors. Yeah. And, and if you wear it for shave mine in Gina, can you see the welts? Now, look a little aids a little bit the lesion and, you know, the post shave you need your, there's gonna be some issues underneath the beard after you haven't shaved in a while. And I was talking about how guys all like to shave their balls, and they go, yeah. You know my, my girl feels and I said, yes, she likes out feels the first night for nice later, it feels like you're spanking in their taint with a cactus. Preach, brother tickets. That's why I gotta go. See fits dog and bring the kids is well, it's a family affair. I there's this horrible bus accident. And I think five or six kids died. Big bad bucks, mice accident. And I don't see all I want out of life is consistency which is, I can't I'll I'll give you an example million years ago. We did a man show wrap party at a bowling alley was Kirkwood bowling alley in Ventura boulevard there. And at a certain point, when everyone was drinking everyone decided to smoke because that's how it works in this town, everyone, everyone gets drunk, and then they wanna go smoke a cigarette. But you can't smoke a cigarette in a bowling alley for Christ's sake. I would argue that they should be granted grandfather, like when people are exercise when I was a kid you'd go to. They would hand you a cigarette walk day. Pulley machine smoking together. But either way can't smoke in the bowling alley. Fine kirkwood. The, the way the bowling alley was venture boulevard was a street, and it didn't have Ventura entrance. The entrance was in about fifty feet from Ventura boulevard off the parking lot. And they have an awning and a banjo in whatever. And so everybody at a certain point when they got good and liquor up. It's going to go outside and share a cigarette with their beer, except for you. Can't walk outside of Kirkwood. Bowling alley holding a beer even though you're in the parking lot. You're not on the fucking street, but you can't be trusted. These are dolts, these are these are adults mid thirties at the time Cain. Vally employed. We rented the place out for party. It's our place, essentially, and everyone has to set their beer down on the carpet next to the front door. And then go out and smoke and then tried to decide who's beers. Wouldn't her hers his when they come back in, because we're safety oriented, except for none of our school buses have seatbelts other than that we're saying the end? It's amazing. There's no head right. There's no seat belt in the school bus. Yeah. But other than that safety safety, safety, and more safety. That's click it or ticket for you. On the highway, you with the air bags you with the head with the crumple-zones you with all your stuff. It's click it or ticket. Click at her ticket cook entertainment, but in the, the box carries the kids and a casual attitude towards safe. So I think six kids are dead. Now. I and here's my whole thing we should be able to go. Fuck you to everything until you put the seat belts in the boss. Right. But they've got the their high back seats, covered in rubber now that are half of them are low bench or still the low. Boy, I mean, just the kids shoulder. On the road old school buses. Yeah, hi back. I used to sit in the back row. I went to I don't know. I think I might have told you this once before I was, I went to a school, and it was all Catholic school girls on the bus because I went to a private school that was about twenty minutes away. So back then, for whatever reason if you lived a certain distance from school, even if it wasn't the public school, they still had to provide transportation. So it was a giant long bus filled with girls with short plaid skirts and White Sox pulled up to the knees. But that little front part of the, in the afternoon, the sun would come in and it would just graze the blonde hair on the front of the Tantai. Yeah. And Fitz dog background twenty-eight-year-old fits dog. Drove that bus took notice sit in the background and he's to pleasure. On away. Here you hear this even treat the transportation department. Bunny. Gary I made this. I mean, this, this insane comment once which is well, you know, sort of who beats off in the bathroom of an airplane in Gary quickly chimed in with one of these who says you need us the path. I had. Now Corollas don't fly. But if they did it would surely be coach or it'd be some form of steering, yet they would ask goes the Lyle. Yeah, they're an or. Yeah, but I can't imagine a world like I can imagine world where my seat, reclines four inches. And the other guy uses it like the old person uses a towel bar to get off the shitter every time they got get up. You realize see human being sleeping here. I know this is how convenience. Lift bar. I understand this another human being who's watching a movie who's doing that to constantly like, is that is that run through your mind? But I should how can you beat off comparing himself, like making a teepee of the USA today or something of or something? And it's like you get the Todd you go international get the pod said and I'm like, that's it. I, I say fits dog, Trump's you on on the boss now. I mean that. Top four tariff firma tougher pile. Plot. But today twenty sixteen it would be viewed a sexual assault. So I wouldn't be I would be knocking on doors for the rest of my life. Every time I move. I totally. National waters over an ocean. I was your. Feet feet from a Catholic girl. And, and I would and the driver Kenny this big black guy from Louisiana. We on the mornings I sit in the front row. And we talked muscle cars, he had a sixty nine Mustang fastback, and then and I sit in the back row on the way home and just leisurely I'd put in a long day at school studied hard, gym class study hall. Now is time. You know they didn't serve drinks on the bus. You got unwind, somehow just throw on out and Kenny would be looking at me, and that in that mirror like fits. What you do back do back then. Dog gonna w. Gary says Moore grand fist dogs by far more daring, it was also a slit in it was the big high seats so there was a slit in the vinyl back there. And I used to ring toilet paper from school, and then and then I'd work it out onto the toilet paper and then I jammed into the crease, and it would fall down into the back. So by the end of the school year. Back then we'll see area. There's no way, but that's against the back of the bus. So would accumulate. Yeah, yeah. That thing that thing went up in flame. At some point out, this kindling. I'll tell you. One thing twenty two years old now. It's the funniest class. You know, we talk a lot about, you know, the haves and the half knots. And or like, you know out here, the poor Latino who's gonna clean your toilets or whatever it is. But handling Jisr that's not your own is really something that rich wide. He doesn't really have to. Think about that much. A rich man, poor man, right there. 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Top 5 Female One Trick Ponies//Shazam!//The Mustang//Anderson Cowan//Bryan Bishop

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Top 5 Female One Trick Ponies//Shazam!//The Mustang//Anderson Cowan//Bryan Bishop

"O'hare? Two. I'm Brian Bishop. We are going on a. A skeleton crew here just the Zuma corner, hopefully, send okay? Yeah. We're we might sound a little bit different. Don't don't zero in on that. Because not that big a deal, but our big nice, shiny expensive board just broke stop working died, which is kind of good timing. Because I I've been hating that board for the last few weeks, and I wanna replace it with a Kyle board. Eventually, we're we're back to our old little zoom, which I think sounds fine. I think we'll we'll manage with the main difference for Bryan is that we won't be hearing the music in and out. So you don't get to enjoy that sweet sweet music best hit the post anyway during the John Reid. This episode paying off top five one trick ponies with the ladies the female actresses one trick ponies most of them on my list are good actresses to some degree. But limited range actresses that. Maybe don't excel in having a ton of rain, but they do one thing and they do it. Well, and they will be reflected on my top five. And sometimes it's a great thing much like the guys sometimes they do something. Really well, specialized, but it's not always well, sometimes they do the same thing. I got some shit from some people for having George Clooney on their number of people saying, oh, what about oh brother were thorough. He's still being George Clooney talking about last week. Now that was the one I didn't really the most on. But of course, lies staying pretty fruitful, pretty fufill list, fruitful fruitful. All right. So let's just get right into a little. We should mention that. So where we just did some production for some of the very very old two thousand three demos found two thousand three demos a film ball. Real would always call real be back, then demos and Brian. What's on a movie beat Al cone real beat? I was way too cool for school. It's cringe inducing. It's awful. I have a lot of misgivings about posting it, but I'm putting it up on the patriot patriotic page, and then the patriot feed on the RSS feed if you're patriot member because I I'm a completion. And everything that we ever did. I wanna have. So we did Ford. We're in the middle of our force movement. If you want it's like, the Beatles. Anthology early early demos radio outdo, very beginning with two thousand three when you and I sat behind a microphone for I think seven shows six of which I found which I'm posting. And and then we moved onto ninety seven one where we did it to a small audience for about a year. I think on duty inject silver or audience, and that was a fun. That was a fun period. I really and then we went to the orange couch the Karol at east. Radios, and that's a third incarnation of the show, and I was never comfortable over there. Kind of reverted back to do. She do Baggies. Trying to Anderson and then we went independent. So here we are all these years later, still independent. But so I'm almost reduced in size. Just you and me a zoom recorder to microphone, which is the way we like it. I think you know, we don't need all the monkey what we're going to get a producer eventually. But not until I'm done with, you know, getting this archive up and running about something I wanted to do for years. So it's taken quite a bit of work to get to where we are now with the the first one because that digitized and now I gotta digitize if you're the ninety seven one feet, but we got like fifty those, and I'm gonna put all those things to be great. So that's where we're just a little production for a couple of ones from two thousand three because I was in barest, and I wanted to have modern day us kind of let people know what they're getting into. But I listen to all of them. Right. I made sure that there's nothing and I didn't have to cut anything. Really? I wanted to make sure I even wrote that, you know, we're, very homophobic. Back. Then if you think I should cut it, let me know. I haven't heard anything from anyone yet. I like to keep them pure. But there's some funny stuff talking. We're talking about not funny. It's funny in the sense that I was talking about Troy Duffy. And I was like I wonder what happened to him something happened there. You're talking about who would be the perfect host tree overnight. You're talking about who'd be the perfect perfect host for the Oscars. Bill. Cosby, no is pretty good. That's pretty good. But yes, so it was kind of I want to say fun going down memory lane. But it was something. It was something. Yeah. It's it's funny. It's that thing where people think they know everything about something usually don't know very much, and the more you learn about something usually the less, you realize, you know, actually, I just heard that in that documentary that I watched recently behind the curve. Okay. Oh, that's right. The earth flatter, and there's actual there's an actual term for that. But it's true like the more. I learn about movies, whether it's making them or watching them the more. I realize I don't know about them. And I feel I feel like I know way less now than I thought I knew two thousand three which isn't bearing that that stuff's was this a bad. I should I not oppose to these Bryant. There's still time. Delete. All this say, sorry, guys. We lost him. There. Lost the tapes of road. So if you are lucky enough to be one of our patriots, which is only five bucks a month. You will be getting those in your feet as earliest tonight, all of the very first incarnation of the show and then. Why within the next six weeks? I will have probably close to six hundred separate sound files of this show all in chronological order up on the patriot and feet. So well organized and uploaded usage standing you wanna confess flex. Yes. Let's confess the flicks. We've seen in the past week. It's called fashions and Anderson, you see the big movie to come out this week. You didn't see him. No, oh, she saw that. You did with. Alone towels terrible Christie did it. Here's a land for those union, which is just a little video that he did once again on the patriot page. Sorry, we're not trying to make this all patron all the time. But Brennan communicate. And I check in the week on these little videos up to fifteen seconds long. Brian rarely does them I try and do on a more regular basis, but Brian's catching Ryan was standing in a very swanky swanky boozy theater pick which twenty five dollars a seat or thirty two ser. So absurd non food brands. Okay. Everyone was very nice swanky. Feeder about to Joyce's AM. I was going to everything about this video and everything you're saying, it's just raw. I am over modulated. Check check check check juncture I recording. What can be done tired and old and never funny coming back from the dead like vampire, the my first experience that I pick theater ever been doing later. I've been a synopsis which is very similar because while that's the only thing the wife wanted to go see. Yeah. She wanted to go see the very expensive. It's like minimum eighty bucks out the door for two people. It was thirty two per ticket want food, or drinks or whatever. Then, you know. Good luck. I was lucky enough lucky. I've been I've been over the years literally four years ago and then last year been given gift certificates just let them accumulate and falling Christie. Let's just go do this. We've been given you those gift certificate. I think my mom gimme one and someone else gave I don't know listener listener shooters names, Brian pretty sure got him. If it's if if it's you'd listening, and it was you, please Email me and say that was me because I have. The name was not on it was gift card, but thank you. So I had hundred dollars worth of gift cards, and that did not cover all of it. There was dinner the problem with pick Ambra. The problem is that there's a trade numbers larger in the size of the laptop in front of you. And they bring food at once and eating in the dark is challenged especially when you're eating Cobb salad like. Popcorn. It'd be done with it. They give you free popcorn. You can get your money's worth really free about it. No, it's built into the ticket. Say streaming on Netflix. You can watch whatever you want the popcorn. She is twenty nineteenth film direct by David Sandberg directed lights out which I kind of wanted to see see lights out. Eliza. I thought it was good. I don't remember. That's not a good sign directed. Annabel creation does and creation. No. But I kind of wanted starring Zachary Levi as she's am Mark strong. And Jack Dillon Glazer Anderson. You like this Jack del Glazer was the kid. We both loved it. He was the fun one. He was he was the wax. He's also in stranger things that is ninety two percent Shas AM on rotten tomatoes. This is. This is are you gonna pay attention on mytalk into the wind looking at Zam page. You shouldn't be looking at right now. What was the name of the kid actually, raising Grazer Glazer Grazer? Oh is happy. No. Thank you. For fact, checking me on that. Jack Dillon Grazer who was excellent it and is actually in this movie not him. Sorry. He is not in stranger things. He's not the the kid that was in stranger things that was in. It was fantastic in it. I think that's the one you. No, we like this. This was the this was the funny kid who was it was actually the LL and. And let's not do you see them talking about. Yeah. I'm looking at him right now. Do you remember Jack Dillon a Grazer from the mom, the mom, who's constantly? Not hats are proxy, jazz, my Brock's. Okay. He's also beautiful. Boy. Is that true? Arches them equities. Mark good. Did you enjoy? It shows is deadpool light. This is deadpool for twelve year olds is a PG thirteen movie, and feels very PG thirteen the don't curse very much. There's all any blood. There's very little blood violence down. It's fun. And it's a Reverend, but it's definitely made for a twelve year old crowd. This is this is like a twelve year old boys like new favorite movie. There was a family sitting behind us at the first of all families are go to pack. You're in for one hundred and twenty bucks. You know what I mean like minimum? That's the starting price families f- behind us with a young girl. She's probably nine or ten and the boy who was like twelve boy was Sipe the kid site. He was into it. Like, you tell and the little girl I kept hearing her sailing can we go now our under the movie. Is it is actually I thought he would have seen this. But it is a why would I see this brand? It's it's decent. And it was a very different approach to the show. Like, I try and think of it as a service. I'm thinking service. I'm telling you that if you go into expecting great things is ninety two percent run tomatoes. Like us can be a great movie is not great. It's fun. It is surprisingly intense parts for PG thirteen movie. There's a team you would like Anderson where so okay. So she's AM. Do you understand the broad strokes of Shas? Zam superhero? This is a kid. Yeah. Big. But superhero version, basically and. It's like the the wizard this grand wizard like searching for likes someone who's pure of heart who can take over and become Zan, basically. And he throughout throughout the history. He's been like finding people in evaluating them, if they're pure of heart and the ones that don't don't meet the cut he put them back into into their lives, and Mark strong is rejected as a child and now that it's adult he wants revenge. You get back and he wants to you wants to stick it in wizard. And what he does is he unleashes the seven deadly sins actual like monsters actual Montana like that. And at one point he goes as an adult Mark strong goes to his father's boardroom, like the jolly father, the board room and everything you would love it. They're in the board the high rise, and he goes to the interrupts the board meeting, and he's the near do well, son. And he's like, what are you doing? Here is like father, you've ignored me for a long enough or whatever it was any unleashes the seven deadly sins, and they just. Just tear the room apart. They just kill everybody thrown out windows and destroy viscera them. It's pretty great thing. Gluttony like Glenn. He was fat all fried like what was like a couple of couldn't tell. But like gluttony was obvious sloth was obvi- lecture was lecturing. But the one lost was obviously, it was very, touchy feely and stuff. Nice to see DC adopting like the office like feeling sloth was like like us like a Slough. Hey, what what's what we've been digressing too much here. But why is pride? It's it's one of the seven deadly sins. And it's encouraged in society what I think you're I think the idea is that you're supposed to be humble in front of God. And having says pride is like putting yourself on a pedestal. Right and people are always striving to be proud of themselves. Yeah. I the word pride, and I'm not a religious, man. But I never said that I'm proud of myself. I think maybe it meant something different in translation that you were update that because. Yeah. Being proud of your smug is probably okay. Yeah. Brian straight straight to hell you this. Spends a lot wastes a lot of time laying tracks Moody's law time to get going. It is fun. What's he turns into Zam and? Jack Dillon glade Grazer kick. It's a fun movie. It's not great. But if you have a twelve year old or somewhere thereabouts take that kid and enjoy your time at the movies. Pretty good. I closed a window, right? As you wrapped it up, and that was a wrong window to close should've kept it open. Because I it's it's when I saw film, Brian and it's been out for a couple of weeks. Now, it's not brand spanking new, and it's only limited. So this is one that I want if you're listening and you trust me keep an eye out for this for the Mustang. When it does get released VOD saw this instead of Zam. Yeah. Yeah. I've been hearing good things about the Mustang recording right now. This is direct. A first time director Laura day, Clermont, Tanaro allege to know Ray to know Ray. And it's starring Mattiace shards. Now, you might know that name, and I'm probably mispronouncing Italian ties, perhaps he's Dutch-born man, and we know him from rust and bone. Oh, he's bull Bullhead? He's in red. Sparrow, he's got a part. And he was great in the drop as the weirdo creepy. The drop is he was he was in a movie that a remake that actually should not have liked a few years ago far from the madding crowd. But I saw the original as well as the remake which he was love interest. I have a thing for this guy. I really like him. He's. Easy's kind of Tom hardy territory for me like I did this guy, and I've been hearing really good things about this movie. And so it's based on an actual program that exists Brian, which is they take evidently there's a ton of wild Mustang. Bentley wild wild horses. Roaming, the the plane the Great Plains of America, and it's problem, and they're constantly rounding them up and there's controversy and they slaughtered. Our I don't know if a slaughter many of them, but the horses overpopulated a large segment of the middle of country has these wild horses, Mustangs and surprised the this movie is based on an actual program that is in existence. It's not a documentary, but how would make fantastic documentary one that I would watch where they take a cross section a small section of these Mustangs that they round up and taken to prison, and they have convicts that are handpicked break doors, and then they sell the horses for the land management. Department of the country. It opens up with some beautiful shots, and they're not all in any film. And they're not all like perfect and their splendor. You can tell that it feels like a documentary where they're they're actually recording one of these roundups where there's a bunch of wild horses running the planes, and you see how they use the helicopters, and they have them all go where they where they want them to go, and there's a funnel, and they all get putting these pins, and it was practicing. So as you might imagine the movie continues on from there, and it's at a prison now at the prison where there's probably a dozen horses and Mattia Matteis is he plays Roman Coleman, and he's a very very troubled. Troubled, violent, convict, violent convict. What I love is. I don't think we ever find out. What he does. I did have to dip out for like sixty seconds because that really bad, and I came back and was when they're like going around explaining what they're in there for and I think she used real prison convicts for that. And I didn't see him speak. So he may have right there. But it's implied that something pretty bad murder p twice during Sam. I would want entire time. The bathroom is probably never left my seat, Brian. So. He's he's in there. And he's he's making his way. And he finds his way into this program kind of through the back gate. Bruce Dern is the guy that's in charge of this program and Bruce Dern, he's he's he's cooking with fire right now. I really I guess I mean, I like the way this I liked I like old Bruce to her and he's killing it. I like dude the do has been around for so long he shot. John Wayne, a movie Jesus right germs killing it old in the burbs. So birds during his great he's old and he's cross Dini's. He's no nonsense, and he gets very upset with Coleman at one point for a boxing horse, essentially because he doesn't know any anything else and striking got an disagreement with a horse chopping. It's lays off started boxing, boxing Halina. But this is a passion project that gets thrown around quite a bit. But I mean, she spent five six years trying to get this thing made fighting to get this thing. Made and this is her baby. And I'm very interested to see what she makes. I gotta tell you throughout the movie you are in there with in the pin with him. You're some of the subplots didn't really work out and didn't make that much sense. For me. That's one of my of this movie, some of the anger and wild swings. Intone didn't really ring. True for me, how subplots arda ninety minute movie one mainly mainly one maybe two Jason Mitchell's also in this. He's not in enough for my money. I love Jason Mitchell. He's the guy the play easy, e straight of the content. We don't see enough of that guy. But he was fantastic. He was one of the horse breakers. And this and it has such beautiful perfect ending. And it had me. Crying for the last twenty minutes movie. And I walked out a still wiping tears out of my is involved animals, perhaps it was just such a I think a lot of it had to do with us rare movie where it's like it could've ended any better. That was just a perfect end in for this movie. I loved it in the vault. Bruce Dern, and so yeah, definitely tracked. This went down. If it was streaming right now on like say fuck flex Amazon prime. I'd be screaming trying to try and see this because I think a lot of your really gonna like it. But if it's in the theater near it's definitely worth a few bucks to see in the cedar because it's beautiful and. Just Matteis awesome. It's always. So Jason Mitchell in Brewster, the Mustang the Mustang auto Zeina fill. No wells, also in this real quick Noel, I hadn't seen him in years. It's funny. And then he showed up in dragged across concrete if you weeks ago the guy that that is one of the Mel Gibson was he had his knee on his head in the beginning. Don't fire. That's well. We saw him in training day. I used to seem quite a bit in different movies. And I haven't seen in quite some time. No, well, gleaming Lamey. I like that guy. All right. I know I know someone Guglielmi. I saw films assigned to film. Oh, yes. This dig a lot of notes which often a good sign Cindy is send EU's incendiaries at twenty ten. Film was a blind spot in my Dennis new Dennis villain news catalog. Does Villneuve directed and wrote incendiaries based partly on the life of Souha the chara chara. I'm gonna say this is streaming on Netflix believes wash. Yes. This is a very slow burn. So for the first lot going on half of the movie gotta really there's there's a lot going on in their this is this is a artfully done movie. Artfully crafted movie because there was a longtime good hour or more where I was like sure are laying a lot of threads here. I don't know how they all come together on what they're going to do with each other. I don't know why I'm interested in these. Or if I'm interested in them by the end pays those very compelling. There's a movie that sticks the landing. I think maybe I don't know. I this movie I would have to watch again to really like sink my teeth into that first half. Or it's like at first I was like this this is kind of taken forever spinning wheels. But by the end, it sticks the landing all makes it very worth it. Somebody dies. There's a stipulation of the will and extra journeys is put into motion and two two or one person. There's twins. And they're in their in their twenties late twenty other adults and the girl twin the mothers died, and she's all laid out because happens in the first scene is actually kind of compelling the mamas left to sealed envelopes with the with the the actuary the which because the of the will the executor which was her old boss boss is our executive or will. And she says, please, please give a police have my children give one of these to my son who they know exists and one of these to their father, they've never met. And I don't know. I don't even know how the journey starts. But like, basically they have to go back that middle legal back Middle East. Yeah, they go back Middle East. Fron? They gotta find out what their lineages, what her deal is how they came to be a lot of it is told through flashbacks if I recall, it's it's it's seventy percent flashbacks and thirty percent modern day. And if there's a weakness to this movie, it's that it's overwritten like they become balut at times, you become a looted, and almost too many coincidences that make come together. And if it was in the hands a lesser filmmaker would be like, oh, come on. This is over the top or this is much. But because it's young master filmmaker. Denis Villeneuve, it's very artfully constructed, and I was very invested by the end, the big twist slash reveal at the end that there's a lot riding on it like that movie, this movie fails, if it doesn't stick that landing twist or reveal doesn't pay off because it's very ambitious, and it creates a reality. It's like you either buy it or you throw it out. Windows and all like, okay can kind of see that. But it's well done. I'm glad I saw this movie. Thanks for signing streaming on. Netflix wants a little over two hours. If you really enjoy movies yet, you're watching it. And you're impressed throughout much of it. You're just kind of like, wow, this is this is somebody who's really knows what they're doing. It's a foreign language film. I don't think it's as good as some of my favorite does Ville new films Sicario and arrival chief amongst them. But a very good movie worth seeing especially if you're big fan like I am, and this is escape nominated for best foreign language film at the Oscars. It is mostly in French and era bec-, I saw film. Brian nineteen fifty two I'm sticking to my guns and trying to play some catch up with them behind. But I'm gonna be watching some of these classics and bringing the ones that I think are worthy and accessible to film ball. So I'm Burto de Burto de from nineteen fifty two. It's an Italian film Neo realist, film and talion Neo. Realist picture, Brian. This is ignore Bergman's favourite film. Okay. One hundreds of times, what's Umberto Burto UM BART O D. Okay. As his name. It's the league characters. Name this directed by Victorio deceit. Oh, just say that Victorio seek bicycle thieves for actually, thief or thieves goes back and forth. I've heard for real talion thieves. I thought it was the other way basic left a lot of the and then he also did shoeshine amongst many, many others. I think he's got fifty credits. Maybe thirty five how many credits you got their Victorio eight twenty two and run on the old. I am. Victorio Victorio is credited with many his last picture. He's an actor as well. Lot of these guys back, then they did it all Brandt kinda like football. They thirty five credits nominated for best writing at the Oscars nineteen seventy four was his last film that he directed called voyage while ago that came out in nineteen fifty two like you said, but the nominee for an Oscar and fifty seven thanks differently back. Then let's be I'm assuming that it had a nice run over in Italy for quite some time movies would play in the same movie house for sometimes couple two three years. So here's what you need to know about Bertel. The let me get back to that page, Brian. So I can tell you more about eighty nine minutes. What do you see this one track this YouTube is where my buddy, Jeff Kobe? Let me know that they have a nice updated version on YouTube, and you got you can select the. The closed caption there and get the English closed caption, which is something Brian didn't do when I had him watch Serbian filled horrible. No, no, no. Was that was that wasn't it? So d. Got it is played by fella. Older fella named Carlo Petit STI Carlo bootees de plays Umberto d'amico Ferrari dotty, and he was in exactly one Vilma Brian. And this is reliant. He was an older fellow during the filming of this was he good his co star if you can car that she's more of a supporting Starr played the made at the house the apartment that he rented which is kind of like a big house almost and he rented a room in it, essentially, and she was fantastic and very lovely to look at and she plays a young pregnant made and she also had no acting experience. In fact, it was a lot of people in this movie that acting experiences well as a mixed with some who actually did. So the main storyline is this Umberto d he's an older guy. He's retired. He doesn't have much of a pension. It opens up with a bunch of older people marching in the streets, and they're angry because they want their pensions raised and they can't live off of the money that stipends that they're getting. Retire folk. It's great to because it takes place in Rome. Moviemaking just so much different back. Then you get to see like the what it was like it's the closest thing we had time machine in this giant mob. And there's this wide super wide shot from up high on a crane and this mob. Cohen little almost like ants, and you see a bus coming and it's coming slowly. But it just kinda goes into where all the people are. It's bumping people and get just kind of cut its way through mows them down like corn almost they don't get run over. But just a different time through its. Yeah. So it's Umberto and his dog, and they live in this apartment, and you learn quickly the evil landlady who's kind of like. She likes a live and opulent lifestyle, and she's like, upper echelon, and and she's she's almost like a slum Lord, and she just wants him out of there. And he's behind on rent, and he's trying to come up with these different ways to get the rent. And and he's he's makes point not to get victim. He really wants to live anyone have anywhere to go. He and his dog wouldn't really necessarily have anywhere to go if he'd get kicked out. So that's the jumping off point. It's very very simply told story of Burto and his dog flea flight, and I would have cried if I was in a different mood. I was not in the kind of I wasn't very soft move run and watches. I had a lot of my mind, and I was kind of angry about some things. So, but if I nine times out of ten while watching this, I would cry there's great little moments where he's got his hand out because he he's gonna try begging because that's how desperate he's got. And he sees his guy, that's begging the guy saying, I got seven dependence some money, please. And they're talking rude back then to like. Guy says I seven dependence help and I rolled by him. I said seven dependent. So the guy turns around and gives them like lira, so. Birtles watching all this happen with his dog flea flight. And then he goes out, and he's going to do it. You could see him trying to work it through and trying to come up with the balls, and he's standing on the corner and puts his little handout and just standing there and a man sees him, and he comes over, and he starts to get his wallet and Burto flips hands. So it's going downward and looks up as though he's like checking the weather rainiest. He fry little moments like that. It's it's very good. And it's acceptable not only on YouTube. But I think to almost anyone despite the fact that it's a foreign language film with the story with the dog with being so simplistic and just heartfelt. I really glad that I saw this. I like all three of the movies that I love bicycle thieves shoeshine. And now, I love him Burto D, And it's being remade. But I don't know any of the people that are in it or the guy that's making it. So I don't think it's going to be. I don't think we're ever going to hear of it. Once it does get remade. But Berta Berta. Himself in one film like you said credit, and he didn't die like the next year. Like you died in nineteen seventy seven he was a linguist. He's a professor that was the main gig. I don't know the story of how they came across him. I should have figured that out before we did this episode, but I spent the week boning up on clockwork orange because we're going to be doing that that we're doing shish later on after this episode actually we're going to do sniff tracks. I one in years, I really do a clockwork orange very excited. Nice area excited pretty exciting. When does it come out doing? What's that? What does that come out? A clockwork orange is gonna be available to people. Oh, the nineteen seventy one. I will probably have that up by the time. Most people are hearing this it'll be on the patriot feet. And then that brings me to this. I'm getting mixed signals here. Some people think it's really gross that we got the patriots going, and we have you can get some of the stuff is on patriot Alicarte for five bucks per like bonus episode, and this and that why would that be on gum road because it expires on patriot. And then if they missed it they go by. So here's what we're doing for patriotic. Nothing expires if you're patriots. You're gonna have everything we ever did. You have you'll have access if you don't wanna do patriot for whatever reason, I don't know what you're is. But couple people have Email saying, hey, can we buy maybe a bonus? We're gonna keep it at five bucks. Just because we want you to be a patriot on member because I think you'd enjoy all the extra stuff we're doing. But if you don't want to make more noise about that. Once I organize that. And we'll have a say sniff tracks all the snifter actually available for five bucks. A pop if you wanna go that road, right although run gum road. Yeah. All right. I was hoping you too. Talk about the dirt dirt. No, we I mean, you're not gonna see I don't have any interest. I was just bitching to somebody about. I'm I'm tired of rock rock docs. There's a lot more doc. It's feature film. I know a lot more of these coming last night during the during the after Astros, yelling, Brian. I mean, Michael in Tyler about all the rock rock rock of ages Rockstars, and now the dirt me a lot more alleged trust me after human wraps the guarantee poison Bret Michaels on the phone with his agent like me a movie deal right now. I can tell you. There's got to be moving. Is it worth watching? Okay. Wait, wait. I'll watch it on my own. We can both do it next week. If you think it will lend to conversation it will. Okay. Okay. This questions. It will sell to good conversation. Okay. So here's the thing. Anderson. Everyone. I got a lot of people people at work with the Corolla show. People who listen to the girl is like have you seen the dirt? What do you think is good? And it's like, okay is cotton candy. Good food is a corn dog a good food at satisfy. This is right up. Your alley. Enjoy those kinds of movies. He loves burgers. You love 'em cheeseburgers different has value. Not much. Animal has the die off or one more week. Please see the dirt. I'll see if I can have flex. We're forty minute is is very enjoyable. It's satisfying. I don't know that it's good. It hasn't attritional value as caloric machine gun Kelly. Actually, I think it's one of the best parts cool. I do I do I have not even had a chance to watch one single. A love death rope and robots at ten minutes long. So there's a film program. I know it's you know, what I am doing. Oh what I did. Oh house I go. Visit my mom. She lives on palm desert. If you pops drinking during the week there with my brother, and my my sister was like my family kinda got together. It was nice late night drinking. So I wasn't gonna watch anything new. So I started watching the old rewatching patriot. I've only seven episodes. It might be my favorite show of all time. There's only twenty episodes available and I've only seen seven of them. And I'm rewatching those seven before I go on number. That's how much I love it. And I'm only doing that while I'm drinking. So I got a step on my drinking say, and you know, what else I watch streaming on the Amazon. Won't you be my neighbor? So I saw that for a second time and that fucking stands up. Now, I did realize while watching it perhaps one of the reasons why an impacted me as as it did to be my favorite movie of of twenty eighteen was because I'm a father now. And I don't know if I would have loved it as much I still definitely been top five last year. But I don't know if it would have been number one. If it wasn't me watching Mr. Rogers and thinking about my relationship with my own boy. So that could be it's still it gets edgy at times. Almost specially with once he dies, and Mr. Rogers thing. Yeah. I forgot but I could goes into like some kind of questionable. Not as the west Memphis church. Call. Oh. They had his detractors that talking about how he created all these millennials that they're special now, and it it was maybe better than I remembered at me, and I cried again. Backwash ranking and crying crying and drinking wouldn't watch him. Mister Rogers do thing the dirt is kind of like, Mr. Roger, I don't think it is coming up next. Oh, you're not doing third film. That's why we're gonna we're gonna move on to our list of the ladies government ex notes. We were going to run down our list of the one trick pony. More procreate ponies out females. Time people here. This tax day will be just days away you done right. I got still got a pay my LLC. Now, I know hundred bucks. Brutal franchise someone reminding 'cause someone downloaded turbo tax home and business plus state twenty eighteen tech software off our Amazon banner on Anderson Brian dot com. 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I can make it. So you nail the post if you like that'd be cool for the rest of the episode music starts in the middle. Click throughs. Has nation of Jesse James by the coward. Rob Ford that might be the longest one of the longest titles and history of top-five longtime, California split movie, I've never seen by Robert from seven captain America. First avengers movie. I see I could have been watching California splits that captain America. James the giant peach forgot all about that that was made into a movie as Henry Celik. Tim, Burton lighten and resell. Cornel knowledge minus seen this festival. I can't remember Jack Nicholson to figure that out the mule was click through a meal. It's fun. Not a good movie. Gotta fun willows flicker as well. Spiderman into the spite of her smart move diehard five movie collection, all five of two of those good aquaman was click through as well as bumble blue bummbly. Dumbly bummbly. I will say the dirt has much more fun. Mule depends on how you look at them. Watch me if you know it's kind of funny and not a good movie enjoyable, that's probably true. But you're not laughing at it as much as it's just like just give over to it. I can see that. Yeah. Thanks for the click throughs. You guys backs, bro? Time to countdown someone trick ponies give the ladies there actresses. I'm looking at my list. I enjoy. Extent. I enjoy all these actresses some a couple of actually legit. Great accuracy. So go winter Conan's, not necessarily a criticism simple observation that while this person may not be gifted in range. They the things they do the thing. They do is excellent. Revolt getting their do three of them. I salute really like, and I'd be happy to see a movie with them in at one of them. I I can take our lever. It depends on her supporting cast and the tone of the movie sometimes since she's always the same thing just doesn't work and then one of them she's doing such a thing. And I've been bitching about it for years that it's just that thing that she does. And it's very self aware. I'm interested. I'm not really. I want a void movie. 'cause she's in it. But yeah, okay. Let's get interested. Let's get to this number five for me. I I don't care. Really don't care. Okay. Revived for me. I don't know that she's a great actress. But she is a great movie star. She's charismatic. She's engaging magnetic on the screen, drew Barrymore. Ooh. True. Bay more does not have a ton of range if you've ever seen to do an accent like she did in ever after she attempted to British accent and far as I can tell never never ever after again after that, she never attempted it again, it was very cringing very uncomfortable. She also did an accent for character Swedish character named beer gin Cuban, but that was an atrocious. Accent was played for broad comedy. And Wayne's world two. She's not really much for. Anything beyond being drew, very more. But drew Barrymore is an enjoyable and caging movie star who I enjoy watching on screen. I liked drew. She's likable. You see on screen, and you're you buy in. Hey, how about this though? Drew Barrymore AT to drew Barrymore and Firestarter. Yeah. I mean, she's still playing like little completely aware factor. Also, how about this little kids Rivera more and adultery? Very very different. You're telling me to drew Barrymore could pull off the scenes of the I don't think so little girl. She went. She went to fall for the trick. Spiel actually. This is the last time you're ever going to be with with doll. He didn't he could have eased soften the blow by saying. But don't worry. You'll see him. Everywhere you go for the next thirty years. You can buy plush dolls and whatnot. I don't don't sweat. It's pretty good. I wonder if he he stuck to the guns, and she was like, please go visit where Sony inter-web. Nope. The new will not allow because he's got to be on display somewhere tries to sneak into like displays and screenings. And he's there I like that. I like to premise number five for me. Still kind of think of as Jennifer Aniston as a TB actor because I think we all associate her with friends, but she's a number of movies now nowadays, and she does some dramatic movies here. And there. But she's always just very likable. Jennifer aniston. I've never all all give her doing say that in horrible bosses. She was a very different version steady. She was still sexy. Jennifer aniston. That's my main problem with that was her relationship with Charlie day on label. I've never found Jennifer Aniston sexy. I think she's cute cute and sexy kind of they they're after. She's not sexy. Sometimes there is a crossroads. There's a cross section therefore me Brian kind of sweet spot. What was that movie shoes with Jake Jalen hall, which I saw that's her doing dramatic. But she's doing Jennifer Aniston dramatic. You know what I mean? Yeah. She was in office space. Obviously, I don't know. Can't think of the was it wasn't enemy wasn't no. He was a failed writer in they worked at they worked at ternal, Amy house. They worked at a supermarket. Do that. All right, anyway, if Jennifer goes all the time. It was not night crawler. I'll find out and I'll let you know before the show's over oh office space. Oh, good girls at the good girl. I think it was a good girl. Fuck that is. Yeah. It was a good girl. It was a good girl written by Mike white, Mike whites. Also in it. How fun here's the girl at this count store clerk strikes up in a fair a stock boy who of selfie incarnation of Holden Caufield, and he's just failed writer and not a good writer, and she was doing doing the drama that drama romance. Did it work? It was very forgettable movie. Remember the name of it then four for me, very different from the good place nor four for me. Speaking of good. I this is this is one of the few performers male or female who when they're on screen. I'm in a light up immediately. I I discovered her in. Girl's trip. Tiffany haddish. Tiffany haddish's fantastic. No. Maybe I'll look foolish and ten years. Anders Kasuga only she's only been on the scene for a few years. But as of now, she's a great one trick pony. Like, she does the Tiffany haddish thing. It's goddamn Harris. I love her onscreen. She's magnetic I'll see almost I will conceal cow ending with her. I certainly will not because there have been several interest in that said if I do stumble across her in a movie, or if I I would consider seeing almost any movie with Tiffany haddish at this way. You got a lot to choose from. Let's put it this way. If she's in a movie, I will give a movie that I would never think twice about at least a second thought, Tiffany Zenit. But gosh, she has got damn the life. I love her. Do you know what I'm talking about? Does he I do not not missing much pretty overrated? People won't put nuts for it. A time money the box office sarin Kiana. Wound shoes in Kiana, which has all the great about a kitten. Daddy's eye alkyl drew was on HBO. And I was washing about it. And this is fucking terrible. But she was delightful. I've heard her she's everywhere. I've heard in a number of interviews on TV and stuff, but I've only seen. I think that's the only verse great buddy Jo door door might be listening to this. And he's like, you know, what, you know. I only saw one of her movies interesting because you're fucking race. Hey, Joe, not you know that she's the best part of girl trip by far possibly the only consistently redeeming part. Aubrey plaza. My next one I'm going straight to it. Yeah. Aubrey she's kinda new on the scene. She's the youngest one of my again my list. Maybe there's little dumb in ten years as of now, I have not seen her really stretcher wings. She's should try to I can point to Ingrid goes west. But it's she's still doing Aubrey plaza thing much like George Clooney, he'll do different kinds of movies, but he George Clooney in that different kind of move. She's kind of like who's the one with the big is Zoe Dell or it's lies always another shortlist kind of standing outside the scene. Like ironically, commenting on it, you know, like, she's not I've never really bought her as Aubrey plaza. Yeah. She's almost like the surrogate snarky audience member. Yes. Yes. And that's not a great thing when you're trying to be an actress and actor trying to convince them on your another character in so much stuff. But she's she's really good at giving that okay? Yes. Yes. She has a persona and she's right? She she sees it or lane. And I. I think the reason why I put her on my list is I think that perhaps Ingrid goes west, which I really enjoyed. I think that was trying to get out of list her comfort zone, but she did not maybe she wasn't directed to. But she still seem like Arbor plazas. And that was the nail in the coffin to be on this list for me. Tell me if you if you think I'm wrong, and I'll tell you why. I'm right. Number three for me came into me late. I thought about it. And I was like even though I I I I think she might be quietly. Very good. Actress pastor prime and not getting the rules. She wants got. But in her day. Underrated to me more to me. More was always sort of. Really? Your example for range. Boone drawn a blank on the name, the the war movie the boot camp, all Jane? Yeah. She was different. She was always a ball BUSTER. She was a ball BUSTER in in. She can play demure though, she can play. Yeah. She plays. She's not always a ball. I guess he was a little bit Demere. But like, she's never has she ever been funny as you ever set agenda thing. Funny onscreen she's the Russell Crowe of using that picture ever naked. And I'm not joking. There's a picture ever naked. And she got a lot going on there. I got a lot going on down there like, you know, like nowadays Hubert area. Yeah. Really it looks like she's got elephant an leg lock. Oh, yeah. That's kind of fun as crass that was kind of funny, though, we're going on that. And not when I just said it was funny. But that picture is kind of funny. I remember Mike Catherwood show two years ago. If I'm if I'm gonna give you George clinic to be more. No, I don't I don't have to do anything. I don't have to do anything. I want any more naked eye. What was it? Definitely demure insane. Almost fire. If I recall the demure thing I'm coming back on because ghosts. She was definitely demure own. Oh, you see the picture? JJ, but that's not real. But it's out GI, Jane, and it's fun GI change. She was she shaved her head. I know that helped her a lot. I just I I forgot she was she was demean few times. I did really. Yeah. I did. Yes. Me. She always the same version, not a different version of herself. That's sounds like we're going. We're talking about a lot of shit that I don't see. She was in some LOL, very good girls for stake in wild these. These are all movies the last five years blind. Oh, yeah. She's an empire. Now. Daughter. She'd to be more love Sinisa. These are like loves twenty eighteen animals to TV's. Here's corporate animals. I will tell me listeners if I'm off base here. But more thought to me is always kind of to me. This must've come out because I know this poster all right here, we go number. Three for me, all my love her. But she does exactly fucking thing in every movie. Rosie Perez could call Rosie per Rosie fucking parameters. Always a tough. I love it. I love what she does. And I would like to see more. She'd be great like in clam ause. I don't know why she she never made a real natural fit. Yeah. Great. They they went with mostly unknown. Saying orange is the new black which I stopped watching because I last season was just I just didn't didn't grab me. But yeah, whether it's she's playing Gloria Clement Bain white men can't jump or she's at fearless. Which is came up a few weeks ago. Untamed heart all of them that's been on a list. She is always rose. All the Spike Lee stuff. Rosie do the right thing. So we're the president. She small role in pineapple express was still kinda Rosen and delightful on the way Joyce are taken right. Yeah. Coming up next coming up next. We will countdown complete our list of the top five hundred pounds for the actions. Did you watch the final did not always exciting overtime? Yeah. First time urging things. A lot of things. I heard a lot is a good game. A good game. Went to overtime. The badness is over. But the excitement of April sports Anderson's huge at online AG can bet on baseball. 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I completely forgotten credits. Oh, yeah. That we all. Now, we forgot wasn't. She a Lakers cheerleader with Paul Paul was also jaylo coordinator for jaylo is actually in love line years and years and years ago as a Laker dancer three or four Lakers dancer, and it was before my time. But yeah, jaylo was was on no kidding. And then she went on to become very very popular Jenny from the block, indeed television block that's a song. Fool about dot still Jenny from the block. I'm okay with not knowing that title or lyrics Brian now fooled by the rocks. That I got the rocks being diamonds. Yes. I. Most of them are fake number two. I'm a huge fan of Jane Lynch. She impro- every movie, she's every movie, she's she's like comedy, and the like, you put her in your movie, it's instantly better. It's just a little bit better of Jane Lynch's in there. And I much Tiffany haddish light up and scream like often tastic gentlemen in this. Great. I don't know. I'm trying to think what's the movie. Have you seen a movie that what's new seem that she has been in the most in your head most? Jane Lynch, was it forty year old virgin, I dunno business mall part. She had like five scenes, my point is I don't know trying to think of she's like, I see mostly TV there's not that many movies that I see are in. But because they're not really movies for me that she ends up being. And we are in the hammer. Hammer should have great in the hammer. Anyway, Tommy when he credits she has almost two hundred current lover every everything she's in gets a little better. That's that's hard to do. Jane lynch. What does she most? Jane Lynch in for you on trying to know more in front of say is what what movie has she is. She as you peered, most danell, all I can think of right now, my head is for virgin, but I'm sure there's movies where she's role models. That was a good movie. She was good glee. I always think of her glee, but she's so much more than glee. Good call Bryan. Jayne, good call. All right. Number two. I'm still I'm still kind of ruminating on on Jane Lynch that I can't think of more movies that because it's almost all TV being proven that they go through her. Her credits. Here don't is very few movies very few. She has a very small part in the fugitive. Tell Vega nights. She's a voice record. Ralph was fantastic. Guess what you doing to? Jan Leser voice. Yeah. All over again. She's doing she's a bunch of those Christopher guest movies. Number two for me. This is probably the biggest actor for for. Sure. She's the biggest actor own is it actor or actress female that? We did we lose actress when do we stopped doing actress think so no because they still say best actress do protect us in a supporting role. Few mocked or supporting role. She's by far the biggest heavy heaviest hitter on my list move your list, and it's truly A Roberts. Julia roberts. She goes does comedy. She does romantic comedies. She does drama. But she's always Julia Roberts. The the most that I think Erin Brockovich seen her stretch would be Aaron Brockovich and oast county. Right. Those are the two were I saw her user acting chops the most, but a lot of time he feels like she doesn't even have to use her acting job. She can just rely on being Julia Roberts, which works doesn't she one of those malevolent movies or one of those those things, I don't know. I never ever see the one where she was married. That's also why that's a perfect. Perfect exercise to truly do we need to have seen every single. We need to be Elvis Mitchell. And neither one of us are so on the white Elvis Mitchell steel magnolias black Bryan Bishop, which which you did right before Pretty Woman. But she's always she soldierly, Robert she can't escape herself going back to the George Clooney thing escape himself. She's another one like drew Barrymore where I'm not sure if a great actress, but she is a great movie star like she's magnetic onscreen, you wanna see more things, and you know, what Aaron Brockovich she was a little bit almost scary. And I might have forgotten that it was Julia Roberts in a couple of scenes, but then I go back and Julia Roberts because her sweet side still would come out. Right. You can't you can't help it Askin girl. Can't help it whichever which number one. Rosie perez. Oh, is it really step? That buddy. Does a good choice to first crossover? A legit. Excellent. Actress who was limited range Oscar-nominated fearless, by the way. So he's been only Oscar-nominated actress on my list, but Rosie Perez is an excellent excellent actress with Albie limited range. But when she does the Rosie press thing, it's excellent. I got no gun close. All right. All right here, we go. My number one the one that I discussed beginning the program. I was kind of teasing you with. She just does that thing. And she shows up any trailers she and I almost put money on the fact that when she's doing this in her head what she's hearing this. Yes, it has me. Helena, Bonham Carter has me is always the same like weirdo. Freaky, isn't it? I got a while look the characters over characters. Oh, she's pigeonholed badly. And I don't know if it's Tim Burton's fault. But I've never seen her do anything other than it is as me, aren't I crazy? I think she has he's almost like a modern ally. Sheedy? I mean, she's very different by club than she is in big fish than she is in like, you know, all the she's always remains of the day. You know? You know bottom Carter thing going on. Which is I I am the only one that is like this. It has me. I am my own thing. I guess I guess I'll meet you halfway and says, you definitely has a sort of all-round that sort of transcends Oliver roles involves wide is. But she a wide eyed person. Should have started big ice. I like her. I don't like her a lot. I don't love her. And I might avoid a movie that if she's especially her and timber cooking up seeing that I will sail timber. I did like I did like Sweeney. This is a very small role in MS as the innkeeper Sasha baron Cohen's wife at the end master of the ass. She's doing Khaleda Bonham Carter. Yeah. That's number one star. If you don't don't agree there. But but because you're wrong. It's only one challenge you on is healthy 'cause you're just Elena Helena, Helaine Khaleda Elena bottom quarter. The listener lists. I do thanks to Chad. Yuki Chad he kind of had this week off because they compile the last week. Oh shit. What she lied it. I'm looking at the list, and it's very similar mind. And I didn't realize that because I I done this list last week listeners knows correct? I don't like lined up at the listeners to this extent. Number five for the listener. Which I definitely disagree with his Charlene's Theorin, disagree that. Yeah. She's got rain bitches. Then he got number four for the listeners. Sandra? Bullock. Blindside? She'd kind of did a thing. Right. She's a little bit different. She's got a couple of different gears limited range, but a little bit of rain. One hundred percent agree with their top three though, which is Rosie Perez three spot number two Aubrey plaza number one, Helena, Bonham Carter, Helena, Bonham Carter. I didn't know that I up at the fucking listeners on bottom. So it's me and the listeners versus Brian. I guess on them Carter apparently have been voted, Helena, Helena, Helena. Do you have do you have an extensive also rents? No, I'm leaving it at that. Really? Okay. I have a close to making my list was a rebel Wilson. Wilson is is is literally rebel Wilson. Whatever she does. Well, not as thorough of list. But replies was on their Goldie Hawn was very close. She's Goldie Hawn. If Joan rivers was in more movies, maybe it would've considered her. But we'll be Goldberg Rachel mcadams miles around. Chiefs. She did grit mean girls, and she's a, you know, a delightful wrong comes stars. Dash Melissa McCarthy would have been just as recently as last year before I saw won't you ever forgive me. And then you showed that she is she is capable of slipping out of herself. Who else who else? Kristen wig. But I've seen her do some dramatic stuff. And now, that's right. The twins. The one where she does the TV show letter self. Yes, that was that was that was a dark dark and interesting and she choose still good. She she's got the same thing. We'll Farrell's got going on where she still kind of slips into that Kate McKinnon would be on this list. But she hasn't been enough movies. But she's always the same. Even though she does characters very effectively on a sketch show called Saturday Night Live. She she's she's always Kate. Mckinnon do enough silly thing. Like that. You know what? I mean. Let's gambling get the hell out of here. All right. So let me get back to where we were. Where are we at last week? We gambled on shows. I am I guess eighty-five. Brian you guessed eighty one him it, and I'm going to Giovanni sex like low ninety or for last week's gambling there. It is. Needles who aber it? He writes needlessly elaborate sham is currently at ninety one percent, Chris. It's funny. He copy and paste needlessly elaborate a bunch in in the the beginning of the Email. So that I wanna be able to show as you call them. Needlessly laborat- a couple of weeks ago. I like that pretty I love that you Geel person you never raise the I've never met him a dozen times. So this week movie for gambling. Oh, a first of all I need to assign. You a film? Let me look at my phone. What was the one that just came up going to do that? You're inspired Aubrey goes west. Yeah. That's right. Good goal. Movies have Riber. Here we go little children people. Are emailing me saying that I signed that two weeks ago, and you never made it off. That's right. Think that might be wrong. I think I started to and then I pulled bath we something else. Do a little children. It's really one of my favorite movies from the last ten fifteen years, and I could see it being a running thing on this your same Calvary. But that's you need to see both of those but see little children because it's just like. I had this thought while watching little children those years taught feel that he doesn't he doesn't do nearly enough that taught feels. I was thinking like this is good enough. It could have been like long form TV show like could have been fifteen twenty episodes of characters that rich deep little little community the world building the small community is great love that little children. And as one of the funniest inappropriate scenes I've ever seen involving the pool which I've talked about talked about very very little children. I don't know if it's streaming anywhere though, Kate Winslet and Jennifer Connelly Todd field directs he wrote Patrick Wilson's also in this. I like that Patrick Wilson. He doesn't have a ton of range, but I like little children two thousand six. All right. So this week I'm going to spend money on this shit this week. We will be gambling on us. Ooh. The man who killed donkey ho Tae. Finally, coming bigger film coming out hell boy missing link. But I don't like you choosing. Okay. I was gonna say all five he gave me five separate movies. Choose from. So all right. Hell boy. You wanted to hell boy has what he has this number one. I just wanted to. I think the one that you know, the score of. That's exactly right. I wonder the one that people have heard of I've heard of the man who killed donkey. Oh tei. And if you haven't here's what it is. It's it's Terry gilliam's lost film. He made the documentary that most of you many of you have seen called loss lamonica number of years ago. And it was very depressing to anyone who aspired to make film of their own one day when you see a behemoths such Terry Gilliam having just away from him by by producers studios, and inclement weather, and he's finally finished it here. It's like years this one if you want to I think, it'd be a nearer range, and then we'll probably know where it's going to end up. Whereas Hello, I nothing with rising. Nothing wanted to help book in defensive geo system. He had number one as hell boy thinking that would be the. Smartest one ago at and then number two was missing link number three was demand killed, but I was most tree with king. Kill people are most familiar with Bill it to play at home play along at home. You're thinking for yourself. I am. Like a challenge to Brian true. But we could probably agree that that the boy is he send send the scores in separate Email three seventy meals from. So do I. Don't open Brian. Oh, hell high score higher thought, stop keel. Boy, tell you heal my story. He'll. All right. I got my score. I'll tell you mine. If you tell me your he'll boy story. I used to refer to a game on a do cheese. He'll because he he had fl fiery red hair, always smoking. He was always smoking and reddish complexion as we all know, Dan, abundant. And he also wore like lifts and heals his shoes because he had a complex feary already complex for being a little dude. That's why I think all what a lot of his behavior and his regiment is work at regiment was about is because he was small stature. So I did notice a few weeks after work in the same building that he always had heels on his shoes. So I call I dubbed him. He'll boy it was held boy when they'll Toro was first releasing held oil years ago. And then we would go to hear all these in the show era, but just be in the middle of the show. And I'm like he'll boy there is that he ever come in one time. He poked his head in like yelled on it or something. I remember like we were trying to he was talking about he came up with. He was always such a such seventies. Like, gimmicky radio jockey. Back here. Here's what it is. We're going to do perfect ships on top of moving buses and LA. It's gonna be great perfect push about that. And we're we're trying to have a meeting in here. Donny Donny down, Danny Danny Donnie, woman numbers fifty three shit. If it's close to that, you're cheating because I guess six. I have no idea. I do here's what I know Gary Toro's nothing to do with. But it's like a reboot. It's like a new hell, boys. I knew him. I think it's also rated are still should actually know who's directing this. But we do we know the second once you look it up. I looked score ready. So I dunno molecules. All right six is my number seventy six I wanted to high thinking, they might already said something wasn't seventy six. No, I seventy six. Where is the fucking? I guess we can just look it up because seventy man curry score for this week's gambling. Here we go hell boy. He'll boy is I don't know. It's not it's not showing. I don't think there is. There isn't one no score. There is no score. As point. He sent me this Email here. Let me look it up on my on my on my app here. Hell boy keyboard. Sure. There's no score. That's a bad sign Brian. Yeah. No shit. Elbow sort of storms that what it's called now Christ. This is the low point of the entire show. All right, elbow. Aired is nine. Nine percent nine. No, he's ninety nine nine. It's never had good sign. When new director comes onto something Neil Marshall's got six nine off sixty seven points. Oh, oh, you know what I didn't even realize that wasn't the same. Hell. Hell I thought it was what's Prome city of. Yeah. Romper fucking, dammit. All right. That's all. She wrote. Sign percent percent. I haven't seen one single digits in quite some time. I some of the stuff on oh final bid a business here. It's perfectly news at the end of the show only fair to you. 'cause I did this live a live to tape on the after's Astra last night. I'm talking for last couple of weeks about raising money for good friend of mine who's raising money for leukemia to put a stop to leukemia. Always all these people raising money for vertu against curric- things. My producer of groupers. His name's max lamb worth great guy. He's been putting position to raise some money shit. Like, what are you what's on shoulders quite a bit? He let me know about it. And I said, let me get creative and think of some things so what we're going to do is sell raffle tickets, right Ravel tick, ten bucks, many raffle tickets as you like this isn't official yet. But I gotta I gotta cross it past you. And if you win if you chosen from the hat of all the raffle tickets all the money will go straight to this leukemia against leukemia. Always weird when people are talking about cancer things, and they go offer leukemia. Well, we don't want it to be four one of the key. The winner will get to hang out come to Los Angeles and hang out with you with my Khurana. I don't know about this Tyler way with my buddy, Greg and I- bolan. We're gonna bowl we're going to hang out at some pops. It's gonna be a good time. We're gonna talk talk about all sorts of shit. Are you into that? Will you do that in the name of anticancer? What's the Terry? I don't have any of the information and Eunice I'm the needed some he's going to give all our own once you, yes. Like, it's against leukemia. I don't have anything guess Kimia. I guess I'll do it. That's all the business that I got the worst bowling. Well, you don't have to bowl then don't sit there gonna have some packs. Bor I think I might do it at the Highland bowl, which is fucking sweet. And I like nineteen fourteen was the ones that the Hollywood and Highland center. No, very different. You gotta like this hipster joint. But it's like. Mccloskey's though, they revamped they restored it. I should say it's rigid graduate. It's fuck out here. It's got here. Oh, let's call up the listener art and all the details this week, but let's Lester art, who's to good one who's responsible for this. Chad not Drake Drake, Drake. He did one a couple weeks ago force as well. This was good. This was a gif. Not sure how well it'll work just fine. As a freeze frame. There's not much going on this in this Jif. I like the Jeff though, I like the way it looks. It's it's home related, and I guess that's a line from the Simpsons asked him because I remember that line with Homer was like a film festival and one of them was remember I did. Football in the groin. Okay. Let's get outta. Thanks, drake. Very clever. Good stuff. Thanks to our feature artist this week skittish the ocean as mistress big Nova and big folk check us out on patriot. You guys know all the details. 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Now, this is the show we're going to highlight the best moments of the atom, Pearl show day is no different this, first clip that we're rolling out this from two thousand fifteen tells about it. I'm cruel show. Fifteen fifty eight featuring Greg Proops joke. Gina grand Brian Bishop from April. Twenty fifteen. This one starts out with a mash up of cat. Stevens father and son with the rant from the ESPN lady. They explain the clip segues into Adam talking about his daughter, wanting to paint Barry, on her own with friends, and Adam not wanting to drive them, but he knows better because of what other people say or think or what is wife were Saito things. So he goes against his own judgment of letting go on our own and joke. Oy jumps in play a character. He's never played before the very interesting accent. Check it out. All right. Where what we gotta mash up song. Do you feel good about your job? Well, hold on a second. We should probably discuss. Sure you discuss it. I wasn't here last night. But I heard that you enjoyed the ESPN ladies rant. Yes, the head the SPN ladies ran mckenry Brittany and. We've been doing this sort of rants, and mashing them up with superferry songs. Yeah. It's been quite so this cat Stevens, father and son. And we took her rant. She's trying to well, she's getting your car out of impounds long. Little steam at the, the poor lady whose little. Yeah. Yes. All right. Here we go. Not your job. In the news. This. Play. You're careful. I have a degree. It it's not big chain. Just relax. Take B's y'all still young. That's your fault vest, so much. You have to find a girl settle down. If you want to you can really look at me. I am. One slack you on now. To become when you found some they can go on. Get it at your job, take your time think a lot. I think everything you've got but you will still be here tomorrow at the arteries, Maine. Amish is taking people's money. To explain. He turns away. It's always the same same story. Shut the fuck up. I was better her audience, too. Her on. Christian bale. All that. Turn to do. Yeah. Her audience to dug out should realize, we're watching subtitle. Fucking. Up for a second, right? No. No. You do. Train. You don't fuck shit. Are you professional or not? Offending. Frailer turning tonight. Wailer shut the fuck up. How they and not to make chain. Yeah, that's good. The I needed. Some Christian bale audio we're reading the subtitles. Got some calls up there. Got some stuff to talk about. The you guys Joe you must have gotten into this, when you were married the part where you make the mistake of telling your wife something you didn't do and then they get pissed at you even though you didn't do it. Yes, this is. Chicks can do this guys can do this. I remember once I had a one bedroom apartment, and I had three dudes living there. And we wanted one dude out, and we didn't wanna tell him, we wanted him out because he was a friend of ours. So I called the landlord and I was like. Oh, god. What's his name Pete? Now, got to think of his name anyway, James, I think anyways, James, we got three dudes live in here. And when I need you to do is write an official letter saying, I know there's three dudes living here, one is going to have to leave because you only have to on your lease and he said, there's three due to living there. And I said, yes, there is. And he said, that's against the lease. And I said, I noticed now right official letter grains, when two people start living there, I said, well, I need the letter so I can get the one guy out. Well, three aren't supposed to be living there. Yeah. Get it. I know I had taking allergy daughter, had her friend over daughters almost nine she's fucking fucking badger. She's tough man. Crappy, she'll scrappy she'll hurt you. She's got a friend, her friends nine and they're, they're not little girls. I mean, they're, they're scrappers and I sent my office on Saturday, and she said, we wanna go to pink Perry. Get some fro yo and I thought for a minute, you know, all you do is walk down, the quiet shady, little side street. I live on you go about a block and a half this way. And then you go half a block the other way and you pop out and there's pink berry and I thought good. I'll just give you twenty bucks and you can walk to pink berry, and then I thought, oh I'll be fucking crucified. Yeah. Like someone's her parents find out, my wife will find out. I'll be fucking crucified. And then I thought why can't to you tell me what's, what's it? You wanna raise your kids thinking they're going to be snatched like some point, they're going to have to leave the house and go places going to be ten years old. It's going to be twelve years at some point Steve, their black belt in Brazilian Jiu, jitsu taekwondo and are trained in mixed martial arts and the application throwing stars then they can do it, and I'm like. I'm I'm standing alone behind my dad's. No one is at home. Oh, no. Own at least for about a half hour. Takes on my, my daughter would definitely talk. But there's a part of me that once ago, here's ten dollars. Go ahead. It's saturday. The sun is shining. It's a beautiful neighborhood. We know all the neighbors, and the community go right ahead. One guy that drives around. Yeah. And the primer van that's Corollas kid. Yeah. The one gonna get fro yo man of color. That's right. Jitsu ten in her hand guys in idiot. So I said, I misspell plumbing on the set. I said the be silent. Hey curls. Hey girl, tho- want some fro yo know work. It's a long walk. You know it's a hot day. You're Vance's love Tron on the side of it and rainbow tape. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. And then plumbing misspelled underneath, it guys like EDM. EDM. That's kind of electric dance music. Oh, yeah. I got some cool flee like Katy Perry, and we like. Yeah. Yeah. I know Katie. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hey real quick. Your dad's Adam Corolla, right? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. He's good. Yeah. There's a lot of money. Plumbing, plumbing contractor guy, right? Yeah. It catches bad with. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, I'm one of the good one. Okay. Yeah. You like fro yo, your questions, like fro yester- van guy. Yeah. Yeah. Go ahead. Why do you have tin foil on the rear windows that tint tint? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Let's like tin. Four keeps a nice cool in here. It looks hot out there. Right. Sweating. It's nice well, sunny. Yeah, that's cool with cool in here at the placid. Oh, yeah. There's tin foil. Even on the front windshield irresponsible. It's not even drive with tin foil. The sons I get you a tin foil on the front windshield. Mr. to go item. Yeah, it's like, yeah, it's a taken home of how much money do dad give you ten dollars match you put in other ten though. That little, that's a lot of fro and bears on there. You like bears. I like I like crushed up Oreos. You got that in here. Oh, you do. Oh, hold on. I know. I like butterfinger bars. Crushed up naked believe that some crushing them right now. Are you can see your hands butter over a? Wow. So what our fingers right here? Yeah. And I, I like gummy fish I love coming Vish. You don't say how are you whispery people walking right now? Okay. Yeah. Okay. Get in the car. You have all that stuff. Yeah. Do you have like a soft swirl machine? All you got them. Right. So we just pull on the handle come out, pull polygamy handle. They'll fill your Cup up. That's what my wife thinks is going to happen. I don't know why you give up a little girl voice commit, man. Hey miss their voices. So I said. I should I hate the fucking fact that we live in a society, where I really want to send them to go get frozen yogurt. But I know I can let me, let me interrupt you real quiet. Okay. Because you know the reason why you're saying this right now because you want to do it, they, but you're scared you're gonna get caught, but deep down inside you're using the I'm scared, I'm gonna get caught excuse, 'cause you really don't want to let them go. You get what I'm saying. You're back on the reason of getting out, and that's why you're not letting them go deep down inside, you don't want your nine year old daughter walking by herself to get fro. Yo, I would I want, I want her to start the fucking knowing that I'd like her to have that independence. I don't want the other family to freak out on me, but which they may do, and I don't want my wife to freak on me, which she will do. And when I told my wife I was presented with this question. But I said, no because of this, horrible society. We live in. She. Did the. Act is if I had done it like what? No. And I said, no, I know. Yeah. And I can look this is lose lose because I'm getting yelled at and I didn't do what I wanted to even thought and I said, this is a nice neighborhood at the best time to bring the fact that you've moved there. So they can walk around the neighborhood, and I said, this isn't nice neighborhood. And she went that's exactly the neighborhoods they too. And it's like so if you eliminated the other family, and it was just your two kids, what age, do you think they'll be able to get fro yo by themselves? All you me. Well shortly after according to the net, just after sonny's prostate surgery, he'll build a recover, some delicious frozen yogurt and he can walk himself to. Well, he has the aid of an ear Santa Walker. Yeah. But he'll be able to use that. And then she'll I'm, I'm the word osteoperosis kicks in with her. She'll be able to recover with frozen. I will not let my son use the public restroom without me going with them. I'll really I got over that. It's the worst I'm the worst, but I'll send them to the public restroom with his eight-year-old nephew. Eight year old cousin waitress. Son is almost twelve and as, like a three foot or the hair. So he's like six six guys. Why wouldn't you let him go to the community? A real possessive. I don't know. I just can't go with them. You just. It's like I'm bringing the president to the bathroom the door. Sorry. He's in there. We'll be right out. And we're back Chris GIO here. And if you would like to request a clip, please Email us classics, Adam Kroll dot com. Tweet us at Giovanni Giorgio or at Chris, lots of mon- find us online any way you want and let us know what you wanna hear. This one is an Email requests from Brandon. He writes, what's up guys want to request a couple of things. I don't know if it was real or not, but a DJ called in and tried to argue with Adam about how it was a respected job. I seriously laugh so hard at that bit also who is that girl who claimed she was bullied. She was a guest house, and she said, the kids have flush headlights editor while calling her rack girl. Thanks guys. Enjoy the show. I will answer the second question that was Kristen Carney. She filled in for Gina gradually fills in for gene of grad as news girl when Gina Cam make it. But this I request. We got the clip right here for you. Madam cruel show, twenty sixteen featuring an Hayes, Sandra, David wild Gina grant, and Brian Bishop David Gina grad and Brian Bishop before and Sandra. Join them in studio, we will play the clip with Chris Carney later. So for this one, this is just the initial clip requested with the DJ collar, Rick who's upset with Adam forty says about deejays what's funny is Rick is like a party DJ, not like a DJ, caliber, Ajay. He's also useless, and it goes something like this. Rick. Yeah. Could advise his thirty passing. Why do I bag on talentless DJ's wanna put on a good party? Yes. You know, man, I listen to you for a long time, and I'm sorta in burned out on you man, because, you know, guys like me go out and make an honest, living and do DJ work, which, you know, we're talent man. And I just listened to your podcast withdrew and you just bag on us. Man. It's like what's your problem? I don't like it. Heck it sucks, fucking annoying. I if I could give me a playlist, we could we could work it out. I don't look at you guys as musicians or talents. Are you a wedding DJ? Or are you like Hilden can do what you do? Are you making beats planning the clubs? I mean I mostly do club work like. Kicking lyndale horribly music now. It's not man. I even music it's just a of fucking robots fucking. I've got to put the music together so like builds through the night any instrument. Yeah, I can man. What instrument at guitar. All right. Why don't you do that? Well that that's not the thing man. I'm making good money doing this are I will. They're stupid people out there who are high enough. We wanna pay. That's fine. I think it's shit music and it's fucking up my life. But why are you being so hard on it, man? Hey. Hey, why hide on ISIS? You're just hard on fair. Much. It doesn't affect me. It doesn't negatively to beat. That doesn't negatively affect me. My daily life is much as the shit music, guys like Rick shit out on a nightly basis, all seriousness. If you're making good money doing this, and the jokes on all of us. Yeah. Jokes on us guys. Figuring out a way to hit me. Get read. That's what I'm trying to, you know, show you like look at skillets I mean that guy's making serious Bank. And I mean, that's what he does. And, you know, there's a lot, there's a lot of guys that are trying really hard to do it and Karol I've been listening to you for a long time, and it just seems like. Listen. There's people that make money selling double decker catch strollers. Do I have to how to them or just understand that they make a good living selling shit, too? Dumb people. Screw actually over cats. Applause. Well, having grow or wouldn't have not be a bad name for your ratio. Rick, can I ask you can I do this man? Have you ever like seriously said, to, like, drew, like, hey, do I have anger management problem because I think you do man, he would say. I've had my life, infected by your shit. Brand of music. It is overtaken me I've go to fucking steakhouse in your shitty. Cohorts are playing your shit brand of music, and it's permeating my life. It has made me unhappy. So yes, I'm not happy about this, this, this music that you make all though, I don't think of it as music if you'd like if that helps so agree to get his shit. Okay. But here's the thing, man. Like, why are you mad about everything like like you're playing in that? Your son's meal was in the bold. It's, it's stuff like it's, it's drywall on the on the ball this morning, man. Yes. I mean, what's it all about? What's it all about? It's called life. Yeah. I don't know. You've got the best. I listen to you go raise your cars and stuff. And then then and then the next day you come in, and you go, I was doing this, and the Paul Newman car. And then these stupid dumb ass DJ's don't know what the hell they're doing, and they're bunch of, you know, it's just makes it's insulting man. I'm think about like not even listening anymore. Horrible music. Of course you should have music just play. Okay. Well, you play horrible music, even worse. So you just you don't make the drugs, you just meal them. All right. I hate it. It's not music. And I can't fucking stand. The fact that we're dumb enough as a science, that has permeated many, many a Christmas party, and many steakhouse. I'm very sad about that. And it does ruin my meal and my evenings so many lobby of the w hotel. Yes, I do enjoy classical music, music made by talented people. Lows ryan. Well done by people who actually have an ability, which you guys do make shit. It's like look, I don't have music ability, but that's good. I don't insist on doing music safe. This is for people who have no musical ability, yet, insist on doing music, invested tortures, us classical music is where people have musical ability, and then, like the entertain us, that's just us it makes you smarter wreck. And put you in a better mood. That's why I'm always so smooth. Even even run. My drum machine man. Oh challenge. Accepted. I'll about this. I pay a fucking retarded monkey four dollars an hour. And he runs it how funny. Rick bettering faking, I'm going with this man. Get me retarded monkey. Don't ever argue with me. That's your first. Well, I'll, I'll, I'll call again, inaugural because you're wrong, bro. Okay. Brow bet you couldn't even run by drum machines, your back to me, calling you talentless musician you have been bromance. Dude trifecta. Yeah. Out there. What I'll plug it in. And in a fire up their Sal get to do it. Alexa, the sound of drum machine. I'll take a shift. There. We go. That everyone's entertainment. I can't find it drum full of shit. Alexa, saric. We're glad that you listen. We are. We are, but it doesn't seem like like my people are appreciated. I will try to I will try to look, I like retarded people as much as the next guy and hack musicians. Try to smooth it. I'll try to smooth it out for your I'll try to smooth it. Just so you know, it's not politically correct to use the word retarded. Anyways. All right. How about this? Why don't you do this next time you doing something, like in the Glendale Pasadena era? Why don't you let me open up for you our talk? All right. Well, we do the house. When we book, the douse. We'll get you up there. Well off your skills. You can let that drum machine. Go sick. Say, call back anytime. Thanks, reprieve. Dude, I turned it from an insult to a job request. Open, but anyway, it's not. Well, I hope you're enjoying Corolla classics, and why not subscribe and why not share with a friend. How about that come? Sure. Everyone loves vintage Corolla and speak in vintage. If you have a vintage car, or new car, you go with Castrol edge heat friction facility breakdown that rob your engine maximum performance for action was also in Las reforms of up to ten percent. We don't want that you want Castrol edge engineered with fluid. 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They're actually doing the regular Tuesday show, they would do with the tree, straw, Sir Brian in studio. So it's the them doing the radio show format on the very last episode before they actually officially switched to the radio show for Kyle Kinane joins in studio. That's for may twenty fifth twenty ten at air the following day. Theresa has a new story about a real life idea that echoes Adams own idea about a pedophile and an atom tells the gang about Kirkland's crosswalk flags for the very first time because he's freshman Kirkland Washington, rated six sold out shows at last comedy club. I was there for all of them, I ran the last three it was madness seems doing ninety plus two hour sets riffing all kinds of stuff pictures, come up and. Also, I'm from Kirkland Washington, and I was won over by several cars before we had crosswalk. Check it out. We need we did. Well, you have done live talking about pedophile. Yeah. And now looks like what was once just a movie pitch in a dream become a reality of Tokyo. Stephen jake. I eighteen of this California, gubernatorial candidate Douglas Hughes has made quite a name for himself in recent weeks. Not so much by surging ahead in the polls, this, according to AOL news, but rather polls by case for. Sairs or. Paul's power bottom extraordinary now. This candidate has promised that if elected he will create polls, it would be like a political porn. Maybe. This guy is promising to create a pedophile island for convicted sex offenders is no joke. He's got an island picked out at Santa Rosa island in the Channel Islands national park off the coast of southern California where we're not doing anything with those islands. And it's good good sport fish. And if you're into he thinks it's a nice place to maroon convicted sex offender. Well, what capsule? Yeah. I saw that Tom Hanks movie. What? You know I it sounds insane. Well, maybe we're coming, full circle because, you know, in the turn of the century before, and they would have devil's island, you know, and they take prisoners and they'd go look, we don't let you on our society anymore. And, you know, some people look at it as this, you know, draconian step backwards. But really, if you think about it, we can't have you amongst us because your disease in a way that can't be fixed, and pose a wild threat to the most innocent people in society defenders don't have one victim, mostly they have multiple victims. Tell me, I don't know. I don't know what the under under is. Now, what the top of under, but I would say it would be somewhere in the low twenties made teen. I like I mean, it's not the over under on the average victims that a priest or any other kind of sex offender has not two and a half on at least there's a guy in my neighborhood where I grew up that ran a hardware store, and he was there for twenty years, molesting kids, probably ten kids a year. Yeah. I used to get I, I buy tools for midfields. I swear to God. I'm not kidding the name of the hardware store. Tugging. No valley. The point the top the man did not molest me guys. Don't stop. This is what they do know there. Well, this gubernatorial candidates, making the point he saying quote it's like any alcoholic sex or drug addict. Have it around you. And it's just a matter of time before you do it again. And look you can register, but, you know, they don't really police that registration, very carefully. So if you move it might take you weeks. Reregister enforce. Yeah. All right. All right. Listen, I'm for it. And by the way, let's spread this out to other, you know, carjackers island or whatever, would I let you spread it out? I agree. They're big story today in the paper. I tell you. Crying. I'm not kidding. When I tell you that the guy who owned, okay this dude, he had a bowl of candy, the basement, and it was fun size candy. He had regular size candy, l think of us when we were kids, the, the value of a regular size rhesus all through full races. Full reasons not little nickel ones on a huge bowl. But the thing was, it was downtown down the stairs, creepy homemade creaky stairs. And they have a hardware shore dimly lit and there, too. And then he gives you the big wooden bowl. And he says you could pick one out now. This is the experience. I had. So I'm so the kiddy. And then I'm sitting in my little, like, I remember this a you don't forget not being molested. I haven't. Well like buffalo. I'm in my green Nissan a little flower. And no one knows where I am because I'm a latchkey kid. My home for four hours. Lefty, probably low self esteem. What I was kind of savvy because I've been taking the greyhound and flying by myself at that point for many years. So I got haystack pizza. Oh my God, sits four seven one thousand two nine four one five that's our phone number. One thousand nine haystack Yam best pizza ever. So so I'm sitting on the stairs. He says, I take your picture. And he pulls out a polaroid. Picture to give your mom, and then he says, would you mind just pulling up your skirt a little for the picture? And that's what I said, you know what I'm gonna take my rhesus in go. I never called anybody about it. And then later when he was taken off my neighborhood when he was a I felt so guilty. I should've seconding but I, I was, maybe eight at the time seven or eight filthy that I got a free candy. Other key? I mean, I didn't know I knew I knew something felt off not a fun size but I like a hillside knickers I would've been walking down to that basement. And if somebody stopped me and said, you know you're gonna get corn. Hold savagely like you understand this. Keep the Snickers bar. There was in the bowl also full-size on anything would have taken this. Oh, god. Bring now Kyle Kinane comedian, by the way, who's been on the show before is out there. I think we should bring them in and do the news with Kyle. How about that? He's been here before is very funny. I wanna say he opens for patent Oswald. Have that right? You have to ask him. I'll have to ask him. Come on in cal- could be was. She goes, good deal for patent Oswald do here in there. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Let me tell you. I just got back from Kirkland, and they give you a yellow flag that you hold up wave over your hand across three. Let's put it back into then you put it back on my daughter's here, then you put it back into the container on the other side of the street, which would never work here because we just be raping each other stick, by the point is they literally have yellow flags that you wave as you cross the street. And then when you get their sites put it back into what looks like an umbrella in the city. That's what they have. This. This was in Kirkland Washington, jeez. Yeah, I mean just outside of Seattle, eighteen minutes. And we're back. Yes. Great clip of Kyle main found that while I was actually searching for the episode played on Saturdays curl classics. Checking all these episodes. We aired the Saturday episode we often do the anchor show feed and today's episode airs, the Adam Curle show feats, it's a special best for the holiday, but we do separate episodes on Sundays that only Aaron the classics feed. So if you want to subscribe on podcast, one to call a classics you can also go right and us on. I tunes apple podcasts the very much. Appreciate I right. Chris. I would love that. You had love are more listener requests. This is Charles, he's had a Fresno, and he writes, good morning morning. Charles Moore Charles, I'd like to request a reordering of the clip of Michael Madsen, discussing Nick Nolte and his essential. I can't you say this word, Christie's eccentricities leave that whatever. Great pod been listening shell one. Love you guys good day to Charles. I don't cruel show. Eight thirty six featuring Michael Madsen. His son, Christian Madsen, Alison Rosen, Brian Bishop, it's from June of twenty twelve Michael studio Adams talking about the, the Malibu fourth of July celebrations with the barge and being out there by Phil Rosenthal, that segues into other celebrities who paid for the barge in the past, it's like a famous Melba thing, and then Adamus Michael, he celebrates fourth of July and the talk about Nick Nolte, and Michael, heavy competition for the gravelly voice, and turns out Michael knows Nick Nolte, and it leads to hilarious terrific go a little something like this thousand twelve. You wanna talk about to me. I guess, man rich white guy fund. Phil Rosenthal, invited me over because he said he got a house out there for the summer like one of those colony houses a summer house. Some this, this is. Yeah. Scott. He's Jewish man alive. Any and they're putting on a firework display, which means you got a barge like, like I think mall July go in on the barge. How does that work? Do you see the fireworks, every year, usually, somebody buys the bar Giacosa hundred grand March, the first couple of years, it was out there? I know that it was Danny de Vito drop the dime for that thing. He bought the barge. Do you rent the rent the barge, and it cost like a lot of money to put the fireworks on it, and they send it out? It's about a mile off shore and everybody. I'm Brad beach, and all the Malibu can get a great firework show. And I heard that Mel Gibson did it one year. And but they kind of I think we'll be Goldberg. Did it one time to drop the money five hundred grand? I've said one of my lackeys with a basket to, like, walk up and down the beach. You know, hey, come on now. Here little tithing. Are you enjoying it or not? I see look enough kids over there. Mcnulty. And here's a comes by my house with a great big role of firecrackers, and I used to get stuff from American soldier magazine are soldier of fortune magazine. They user well, UPS me fireworks. Now after nine eleven I can't get more. I want to get into this rockets and all kind of could I you can't do any more in Nick Nolte have some sort of gravelly voice off towel? Some crackers. Him off. Not wanna eat, another cigarette Marlboro. I need another one. I made a seamless amid a smoothie had a gravel. Chewing tobacco gravel actually, in Paris, one time in the usually comes around the fourth of July Nolte. Yeah. My wife calls me chose Michael Shiels, Nick is here. Well. I said, well, Honey, you know, I'm not home in Paris crisis, and she goes, I know but, you know, he just came over like he does he'll just show up. And so I put him on the phone. The hell are you doing that? I heard your over in parish. Yeah. In personally his mind if I hang around for a while. All right. Nick, if you'd like to. And so gets back into the phone. She of, you know, he's sitting outside and wearing address. Wow. Address off every address. It's like one of those wrap around things and I should put it back on the phone. So he and I go, what the what are you wearing something strange? He goes, no. The. I'm gonna leave one for you. They're really great. The very comfortable in. I'll leave a few for you. Okay. Whatever. And the she my wife, she calls back like four hours later, and I if it's next to their house. Yes, he's still here. Wow. Yeah. How do you show Nick Nolte the door? That's, that's the problem. Most people aren't blessed with. He's, he's a wonderful guy. So our good friend, you're be. You're going to be we're going to be looking at the same fireworks. What I really like honestly. There's a lot of folks that live in the colonies there. You know hundred grand even for a rich guys. That's pretty big nut. That's changing. If you've got twenty guys all the cough, up five grand feel like that's more doable. It'd make more sense person claims credit for it every year. And you just hear this chatter on the beach of who paid for this year. Pay for it, then adopt a new, I paid for the barge attitude. A lot of fun. Yeah. So you'll be so you're right in there, right off a PCH over there. I used to be right on the San right next to Steve McQueen, or he used to live. What's her? Now, what goes on what goes on fourth of July over the Manson? House barbecue party? Yeah. Well, I have five sons one stepson. So I liked to include him in a scenario. Sure. Yeah. Well, there's two now yeah, sadly, but I you know, but he's read every book that I can think of about acting he'd seen every film that I've ever told him was worth watching. He addition for the actors studio. He's really done is homework. And he's really I'm very proud of what, what films what films are worth watching. If you wanna be an actor and you wanna look at a performance when I- Jags. Directed by Marlon Brando to western with Karl Malden and you don't cushion if you see, I mean, yeah Tango, don't you? Yeah. Like Marlon Brando lot study. James Dean, quite a bit. No, all the classics of. I really like straight down on your dad's. They're real by the way. So, so. Now when you said going back to soldier fortune magazine for just a second. Yeah. In the carefree days, pre nine eleven when you could order munitions and not get on anyone's right? Are anonymous laughter died, the that's right. What did you do like when you're looking through soldier fortune, and your that back where you're going through the mercenary section? Yeah. And you get to the small small arms, and then the medium size munition stuff. What kind of stuff could you order that you could fire off from your beach in Malibu, back in the day? Could get big rockets rockets monitored on a stick about this big. No, the rocket was about that big around about two three inches around stick. That was. Yeah. Three feet long. Yeah. Like, like, like putting bottle rock and you can get M eighties. Yeah. Cherry bomb. That's good over salutes. Do you ever bricks afire ever go down to Baja? Yeah. 'cause Everyday's fourth of July. We used to go to and we'd get those you've not seen bottle rockets until you've seen once that couldn't fit into a bottle, cool Mickey's big mouth bottle rockets. Like I mean, they're on my panels. You could hold about his stick, actually laid it. Yeah. And he just waved for the dancing to go off in his hurling, you know. Yeah, that's the best way to do really. Aim it. And you can twist fuses together you put it you duct tape like an end. I put them in a great big water Beila, great, big, Arrowhead, Buttle. So you could like like three or four fuses at one time altruistic, go off up here. And this is back before the man was up your ass. Right. What you want. Now, some asks wife neighbor calls, the fuzz, and they're over. And they're giving you some sort of citation right now. This changed. Yeah. Used to be a little little lawless over there. Right. I had Steve mcqueen's twelve gauge shotgun that he used in a picture of the getaway. His son Chad gave it to me for a birthday present one year and we used to every fourth of July, we'd go down to CHAD'S, and we load that thing up double at buck and fired off on the beach, which was pretty cool, but you can't do that anymore. Yeah. Have you ever had a friend? Loss than I or experienced temporary blindness, right, Mike, that 'cause I am the person when everyone's having fun doing this insane. Oh, this is so cool. You have to see this. I'm hiding inside and being just a real real ball of fun of heard about that Debbie Downer. But. Well, I. Better happened. Anyone? God bless you know, I, I never had that happened. Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Maybe my fears are probably unfounded. Let me say this. Here's what happens. I'm telling you. Why fireworks are dangerous the only dangerous because you get bored quickly and you have to up the ante all the time. I move is I'm going to put it in the spark, let's bottle. I'm gonna light it with one of those extendable lighter things, and then we're all gonna run, and then pretty soon get to get a lighted off my cigarette. While I'm home, a beer and I'm gonna let them gonna make sure that the fused gets down low enough. So that when I, it'll go off at its zenith and it's not going to it. So you find yourself going you quickly get bored with just the lightning in the bottle, the safe distance and hiding behind the log, and you quickly get into if we took an m two hundred and twisted the fuses together, and then I held it and threw it at that dude, on the three Wheeler over there, that would be awesome. And that when it goes, that's and someone loses an eye. That's what has it frenzy at the very end where you think you're running out, you want the grand finale deserving lifters, no rockets left and. Right. Someone's always secretly stashed on in their Puckett. I have one person tackled. Yeah. All right. Why don't you get the news queued up? I'm going to give a little love to one of our sponsors egos. You gotta get this. Yvonne. Oh boy, you know, should be doing the outgoing messages for voice Michael Manson, as Nick Nolte. That's what I would enjoy Nick Nolte's answering machine sound like Jason's Christ. Held a. Fucking christ. Leave a message for Christ. Specially recorded customize not sewn or not. Nick. Voicemails transcribed into easy. Read emails or text is which is nice. No more listening to the long winded messages, Nick Nolte ever, leave your long winded message Michael, you know, he's not real good on the phone. He doesn't really call you back. 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It's time to wrap it up with it because. Signed up with it because. So the face eaters mother has come forward, even the man who would eat another homeless, man. We'll he wasn't homeless man who a homeless man's face has a mother loves her son. Why do they have? Why do they stand by them this way? Well, she's surprised by what happened. And she says he was a good kid. I mean clearly always say that about people that do things. Been really nice guy. Yeah. Such a nice per. She with heartlessly. Eat the face off a man and leave the goaty. Yeah. He kept himself when he wasn't dismantling gay prostitute. All right. Well, that's nice. But he was always talking about eating facing. Sure, healer white. Was awesome. They let him in school. Yeah. And by the way, you know, people that do bad things like kill people or rob banks. They don't do it twenty four seven. They just kill a few people doesn't even comprise, the lion share of their life. He was a nice man. It's like saffron just a tiny bit go a long way. Yeah. Four or those weird things they stick into ham. Yes. What a close clove. Yeah. They go a long way. Really do. Yes. Overpower the murder. I'm sure eating. John Wayne gates. You're the green river killer, they weren't killing eighty percent of their waking hours. There's probably just a sliver of their life business. All one hundred hundred money comes from twenty percent of your workers that with murder. Yes. The all you have to do is eat a face or two off of a homeless guy. Yeah, exactly. It's really hard to go against type. Here's what she says. He was a good kid. He gave me a nice card on mother's day. Let's let him out. Everyone says he was his ambi-. He was knows ambi- son. They, we have nice mother's day, never like fuck you fat. That's why I'm in this home. I love you, mom. You're only Ethicon. Yes. They don't have that. Right. Have nice mother's day car. I wouldn't even eat your face till datum gay. Aw. Should have those. They don't have. TV and I started crying and his girlfriend. He was living with a woman at the time she said that what she saw on the video was nothing like the man, she lived with because he loved God. He always read the bible, he would give you knowledge on the bible. Everywhere he went his bible went when he left, he had his bible in his hand, so that night, he left the house with his. I think that wasn't him. That was his body, but it wasn't his spirit. Somebody did this to him. How does that work? He was possessed by a Rottweiler. I mean like whoa. That wasn't him. I like that. Sort of I like that part. Like that's not the Michael, I know that's not him or their bullshit. Wasn't the real tell that to the fucking bait? Some kind of. They're same basalt, but he's dead. So they don't actually know very well. Anyway, who knew best altered, make you do that. And listen. I don't I'm I'm no I'm no Padre, but it went at the eulogy I don't want anyone doing that. He's gone off to a better place now. Because he's at the same place my grandma's at an interface. Eating. We see it look, if there's a heaven guys that he faces and get shot by the cops are in heaven. Right. That's interesting. Are you allowed to be cannibal in the afterlife? I just don't I don't like any of that stuff where I'm at a funeral. That's like he's in a better place now. And I'm always like what why what first off what about us? We gotta live in this L. Let's. Cliff now this is hell. Let's call it a lateral move. You're in heaven, and then you decide to become a dick kicked out. I think you're grandfathered in. Like if you just became a douchebag, you're all, like my stink. Now I do whatever I want. Like it here anymore. You will you feel you feel like you're in, like somebody driving with diplomatic plates, that parking meter. Yeah, we're going to give me fuck off. Like that. So basically a fake it while you're on earth. And then we get heavy from a huge douchebag. Carrey comedy. Wait a hit. I think that's a good idea that penguin thing didn't work for me now now needs to hit. This is going to be at, and then, you know you fill it with a whole bunch of folks. Yeah. Teams are made up movies and Jim Carey, and he's in there and he's like, if fucking around with Abe Lincoln and behind Lincoln he make. Turns around. What, but like mother fucking with mother. Teresa like he does, as semi got someone shirt. Face. You fuck around with all these legendary folks, but then he's won over. This. The face eater. Shied to kick him out from angel hall. Be here. Yeah. And then and there's this deity Spanish this thing where God is talking to Saint, Peter, like, like, like he's like the manager of a club is talking guys working the door like what the fuck you doing letting that douchebag in here. And he was like he was cool when he came in. I don't know what happened. This is good. So it turns out the homeless man, whose face was eaten head graduated from Stuyvesant, which is a really good high school. And so there's one thing about him, and another thing about him, is that his family thought he had been dead for fifteen years. They didn't even know who was alive. So this is really good news. Bad news. Refound news. The real tragedy. The real tragedy here is Oprah being off the air because there was always that light at the end of the tunnel like have you ever tack by chimpanzee, or crazy guy h your face? Or you lost your legs commuter train, or whatever horrible misfortune match. At some point when the stitches were taken out healed up well enough to walk or get into a chair. Whatever it was. Always Oprah out there. She was always out there and you could go over there and get a Buick and a book, deal and kaffa chino and your wife within half the Tel saw this poor kid was bored, with Jonas forehead. But, but there was thing where you had Ambra. There's no anymore now who's gonna shoot. Wait. Manson's got a new a daytime show. I may start my view. I, I guess would be the guy with no face. I'm just saying there was always told me what was it like while he was eating your face? That's all. And then you angry at him get a book will you forgive him? There you go. Right. Forgive him asked this question to you say you're Christian, but don't you question your faith after something like this? That's a good question question. You know how they by the way, the answers like fuck. Yeah, by the way fuck God, I'm done now. Did you ever think you would find yourself in a situation where you're being eaten? It was the first thought that went through your. Yeah. Crazy guys devouring, your face thinking. What, what's taking so long? I like that question. Obviously never thought that one was coming, by the way, if you did you'd have your head inside a bird cage everywhere. Right. Guy face got eaten by the chimp. He was on Oprah Whitney services. She facing they ripped off his ball. Wait a minute. Berry. Tech by his own. Champa birthday cake and the two other freaked out when they saw the cake, and they said, that's it. The Trump me face off his Mets that was. Fingers off his hand that guy. And then the about the process of doing that to someone was psychologically, broken down the fact that they ate his face. So he wouldn't be attractive enough to reproduce anymore. Eight off his fingers. So he couldn't defend himself and they ripped his nuts off went and buried them in the forest, so he couldn't reproduce. Yeah. Because if they. Systematic thing. They did a fucking could now there's no Mark. Marquee queens area over there. I missed and believe he did this forgive the chimp. Syndrome. Apparently his chip never jumped out of the cage just happen. Yeah. There was. Well, so the point got fed up because he was getting so much attention when they. Yes. The dude was the story. There was a dude was attack. Right. Chimp. Tamp attack by him. And they both made it on Oprah. So it's like, yeah I'm just saying. She was to-do fallback Goto like if I was visiting someone in the hospital that had been devastated by chimp or a guy with the bible. I would have said, look, at least we got over now. Frontal line in, you know what do you do? Well, you can always write a book and going Oprah right now. What Allen come? Ellen. Now. Dan, cathy? We'll go on the talk with those yet. Whatever. Homeless guy, speak. Yeah. Lord. I don't care. And we're back couple more clips for you. Guys here on this lovely Memorial Day this next clip is requested from listener, Kirk. He writes, some nice things about krill classics. And then says, I remember a show the head guest, Andy daily and Adam, and they're talking about going to tour around the country to bang every hot Applebee's hostess. I can't remember how it goes but maybe laugh, and I think it's on the Konya west or love, if you could play that section again. Thank you. Kirk. Jio. We help them out euchre. Yeah. He provided the date and detail. So I was able to find this one this Zan cruel show. Sixteen twenty five featuring Andy daily Joe Koi geographic, Brian Bishop Joe's already left the studio. It's just Andy daily Gina grand Brian Bishop. It's three Gina's news. And the second story from the news is about the premier. I am Kate the Caitlyn Jenner reality series. And from there at segues into what Adam do if he was Connie west and how many options would have every Applebee's and each city toward. It's time to check Adams voicemail. Atom all Gina, Gina, congratulations on the Mensa certificate, and whatever you call it. And just wonder what everybody know that. Also, an amend gets calendar Gallagher is amended. I himself. So you're in good company, again, actually, thank you so much guys make me laugh every day. Keep later, you can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four masters spurred through the mouth. They're very good company. His act is exact opposite of, of that. But he does do some intellectual stuff that most people don't know about Andy dailies here. Hello. All right. We'll do a little news. Caitlyn Jenner docu series. I am Kate premiered on the network Sunday night, and it focused on Caitlyn. Revealing herself for the first time to the family and being an advocate for the transcript. I actually watched. It was okay here's a clip of Caitlyn greeting Kim Kardashian and a very uncomfortable Connie west in front of the camera. Actually, you know what falen because it's so great white. You start it from, like five seconds, just that they can see him walk up. If you're kind. Yeah. Do you guys tell you guys tell me you, you can give you the thumbs up when you're ready to go. But. Now, don't get the finger up ahead not just when you're ready to go and I'll tell you when it go. But here's the point, I'm wired completely different than Konya, which is if I'm a ca- Gillian air. I just want some hot civilian. Okay. You know what I mean? Like I don't want to deal with the fuck and rigmarole of the family ole situation, and the whole deal says more about him than about what he's into. You know what I mean? Like celebrity. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Like I if I understand why doesn't want to normal. If I'm Konya west first off, I wanna just fuck. Hostesses from Applebee's the hottest one percent of Appleby hoses, the dream apple, the American dream, just skim, the cream off the top of the apple be hostess. The ones they use in a commercial. Of course, I only wanna fuck them for that's going to go on for sure. Those are real hostesses. TV shows. Pinch. So. You're not a real principle, but I am a real student of television, and I can tell you that those are actual apple being poised that will the first fifteen to twenty years of my fame. Okay. There's a lot of Appleby's. It's. Neighbor? Other international too. I'm gonna get. I'm gonna have to the corporate for this shit like the Golden Gate Bridge wants to get to one. You gotta go back into the country. They're turnover physician. Absolutely starting Saint Louis in the middle of the country. That way, I can access. He's a well thought out plan disturbingly. So what I'm done with my Applebee's hostess fucking tour, which is anywhere from fifteen to twenty one years, then I go sort of George Clooney, I find some good looking professional chick about twenty years younger than me, and it's time to tie the knot with the mass lawyer type massive pre-nup the going into the card Ashi in mass. I just feel like when you're done. You're already fucking punching punching 'paparazzi already at the airport now. You've got your fucking pregnant wife with you. It's to gain. He's married to a woman who causes him to wander into reality shows problem against his will would never do a reality show star to give this plan the hostess plan for that's a five star plan. So this is Caitlin sink Kim. And kanye. Beautiful. Sister, pam. No each other. My older sister, we haven't met her shoe. Honey? And I have never really been very close. I love his open mind if I know the black community love how he's helped their wide open. Only on. Fall need? The one thing I'm really shocked about is how skinny. Are you literally look like KENDALL? Strongest things that have happened in our existence as human beings are so controlled by perception because you couldn't have been up against more, like your daughter's Super Bowl, your celebrity type of thing, the grandmas shelf, everybody. But this is who I am. This is all good. This is just as good just the beginning. Are you gonna take your coat off? I want to see what you're wearing for the next. Yeah. What kind of smiling ready up grandma? You can go the internet. Find out what she's not wearing. Take a look has the Shiva, Nash been around since the Bruce days. Now, I noticed cait- Caitlin his the ashes are like this. That's been a Bruce thing but nobody heard him talk because nobody gave a shit. I do notice that weird the ashes you're going like this. It's, it's an Elaine Stritch. I do know that she had her Josh shaved. Oh, do with it. But. This office. Right. Well, look, obviously, if one is going to remove bits and pieces from your face, and then put you on hormones, voices tremendously out. Imagine it's got to be different. But the funny thing is if you again, nobody really gave shit, you know, to hear Bruce, really talk unless you were watching keeping up the Kardashians or something. But the voice hasn't really changed. I was actually surprised I thought. Feminine. Well, now we gotta do a side-by-side side by side. And we didn't watch the show. So we're not Mensa. Sorry. Required. Talking about it. She kind of sounds like pulse Shaffer. Yeah, it's an hour we're going to have to. But maybe there's a problem. Maybe they don't want to go like when Fred Flintstone with play Fred Alina. The Spanish made or whatever was and they go. Fresh and they hit you with their fan. You know what I mean? Like maybe Barney was more attracted to pause, the boss ter-, Mr. slate, Mr. slave is trail. Fetching young. Like a Samoan. On. They always Shawn Goodman, Caputo put put a sundress. Rand? Really as guys you don't think we can see three hundred pounds worth of human being than dwarfing us right now only the most high status person in the room. Right. As the one that get over here and sit on my lap. All right. We need the, the voice. Oh, that's we're looking for. But either way. Maybe he doesn't wanna get caught going. Hello. You know. Putting it on. Yeah. Yeah. Affecting. Look cared for it down. It's like air hog. She brought it in for real hug in his responses like up top. Up in a half bath dramas of anything around here at all. Anybody wants when he says your daughter is supermodel? Is he referring to his wife? Now, he's referring to KENDALL toll skinny his actual daughter. She's a stunning creep. I here's a model. I agree. I don't know if anyone gets to be a supermodel anymore because I feel like everyone's was. I feel like a fucking. Yeah. Who would like a brat pack bottles. You got a I feel like Kate Upton fits that just because she's so famous but your, your point is right? Ninety. Doing too many different things to be the supermodel back then. My. Yeah. They opened the theme restaurant. They did and taxi the robbed banks. Love the premise of that movie. I'm in love. Queen Latifah drove a cab and no. Yeah. Okay. All right. Between argue taxi Jimmy Fallon is to the cop. Yes. Okay. And the, the premise of that movie is super simple. Queen Latifah drives a cab, which looks like a standard crown Vic, just standard New York nineties, cap. But if you would like to get to JFK, and you only have fifteen minutes to get from mid town to JFK, there's no way, no can't be done. You push your button a blower comes up from under the hood, which by the way, simply mathematically impossible, you have to belt on a thing that is pulled off of the crank. Despite the quad exhaust drops from the back, which, of course, again it's mathematically impossible of need to be hooked up. Gotta get the science there Rams changed the whole thing changes. The thing turns into a hot rod, and then I can get you to JFK in fifteen minutes because I now have five hundred horsepower. Where's you couldn't take a Prius and get there? But it's the traffic traffic ability to go. Prius, can go one hundred and five miles an hour. If you needed to go hundred and five miles an hour, the promises, you gotta get through the tunnel and the tunnels backed up, so you could have a boo Gotti Veyron with one thousand horsepower, or you can have a Ford Festiva with eighty horsepower and you would get to the airport the exact same turn to helicopter. But her thing is, is now the got some ponies tie concept. Racer Hannah why. There are cars out there that have my Jag has five hundred horsepower, and then they're Matt's Honda has one hundred seventy one but if we're both in midtown Manhattan. Get into exact tame time if we left it the exact same thing. There might have been larger problems with that. Not in this podcasters mine. Okay. So do you want to hear the audio before we? What would you like I two thousand thirteen correct transformation? Right. Go is he on hormones probably anyway, got you want. Thirteen I. Products. And that he had to find ways to entertain yourself shooting with all your buddies, and you run around you build farts and you play sports and this, and that and today you know, it's changed. It is because of I mean I see I have ten children. And I see their lifestyles, very different. You know they it's a little different Spacey's. Spanish. Channing. Yeah. That's what it is. Yeah. Yes. So very similar. Thank you creek for that lovely request. That was Larry's, and now we have one more clip lefty. But if you'd like to hear the full episodes of these clips where did they go GIO podcast? One premium the home of all your favorite podcasts. They have the entire Adam Curle show archival ten plus years that absolutely just played sixteen twenty five with Andy daily actually played silence of that before just goes to show how funny these episodes truly are we can find three four five six curl classics clips from each one. So if you want to hear the full thing yourself podcast, one premium. All right. So this next clip is from Dennis, he's in Florida, and he writes love the Bob cat live show. He's talking about Bob cat gold-plate. Whereas the other Bob now we will actual Bob. There's one Lascaux we had an actual Bob cat. It was insane. Maybe we'll play that at different show but not the best guess, for life show. We'd have. To wait though. It's too soon. This one is Bob goldthwait and human Adam did a live show where Adam talks about the quality of the seventy two virgin reward for suicide. He actually says something like this can't be heaven for them and in a Cup with an acne problem geo. What's he talking about cruel show? Seven ninety five it's the second live show with Bob cat. Alison Rosen, and Brian Bishop. This is from April twenty twelve they're talking about the seventy two virgin reward for certain types of suicide, and how that may not be exactly what you expect it to be. That goes a little something like this live from the Irvine improv in two thousand twelve. Bob, I, I, I think Bob was one of our first celebrity dudes. We hung me Jimmy hung out with back when we were he took pity on us when we were on, on k rock back in the mid, this is back in the eighties when I had a lot of heat now is famous and. And now all has the worm turns. Well, listen, I felt the worm turning with Kimmel myself. Now I I mean Bob used to come into k rock ninety four ninety five when Jimmy was the sports guy, and I was Mr. Burcham, and Bob was always super cool that, and we always dug as work and later on, when we started the man show. Bob at some point, I mean shakes the clown, probably the first time directing. I. Yeah. I what Bob started moving into directing and directed a lot of bits on the man show. We I mean, a lot of folks, don't know, I direct of people actually think I'm dead. But. I wish I wasn't lying to live any of these creepy. I like I like it. You know why Irvine this is classy place because the Dave and BUSTER has valet parking. That's very classy. All right. I'm sorry about your loss. The fish by the way, I was explained to me by my daughter. That is not a gold fish. It's just a fish. It wasn't a gold fish. It was like what's the difference to me about eight dollars daddy paid for four? We flush it down the toilet. I think I wanna talk about having a little bit. I just recently performed in Salt Lake City and. Yeah. It didn't go over so well. And. Here's what I found your tasting all the comedians were very nice guys. But they were and they were funny, but I'm not bitching about the Mormons because they're in Salt Lake because mean that's where they are. You can't bet you bottom. It's like when someone when someone goes, oh, monkey ripped, my face off and you go holy shit how that happened. Well, staying in a bubble bath when my mom and I gave it red wine. Right. And you go well fuck you. I don't know who the Mormons are in this analogy. That's a bad analogy. All right. So I'm in the hot tub with the Mormons essentially in all the comedians are going on. And instead of cursing backstage, they would curse my way, there's plenty of comedians who I think are funny, who don't curse. But instead of saying fuck when it would come that time in their act. They're going what the Frick cheese and crackers. Gosh, darn it and some big bitch. All these juvenile make them a curse words. And. So about I had an ask Florida that about the fourth show. I came out, and I go, hey, the word fuck is super sacred to me. All right. So say it or don't, but you don't get to imply what it means. And here's why lost the crowd. I said, okay, let's pretend there is a heaven. It's so that's pretend there is a heaven. Why the way that's not the noise, they made was like. Do you really think God is up there? Wondering Hussein Frick or fuck, you know, let's pretend or is it heaven or narnia, whatever magic kingdom? That's actually whatever make them. And, you know, here's my real hostility dealers. Mormons comes down to the fact that I worked with a bunch of them for eight months, and that once that they tried to convert me. Right. But. Oh, I get you like working around gays. You don't wanna fuck you. You're like what? For you. Exactly. Just yet, but at least you could try and I will flirt with a game out. Let's go. Yeah. Razi. I mean I really floor. I mean you know, I don't know John line. Like, hey you're fucking in the ass. Now. We're done flirting. No. But no, I do flirt with old, ladies and gay men. I don't know what that's about. And I met and I met I met Little Richard my head exploded. I didn't know how. Wow. Yeah. Lady or gig, I. So I worked with Mormons for a long time. And not once they convert me and bait them. It'd be like, hey podcast. How was you weekend? I go, I can't believe this is all there is to life. I wish when I died I got my own planet. Then I got the name all the animals, and that's another religion. That believes you get virgins when you're di-. Yeah. Really weird. If you want me to join your cult you'd better dang. You know that fuck that I don't want virgins. I want a planet a horse, actually. I don't even you know, even to horse, maybe they should to fifth year old broad, you still like the do it, but. Should. It's a lot of really experienced, but yet been Nereo free horse like, yeah, let's because most religions are started by a press men, and they go when I die, love virgins, really I want, like women are like smoking fucking. Can I in me? Backtra the whole spectrum. Number one. Yeah. Here's the thing if you get like a planet virgins. Do you understand how much talking? Yeah. Waited this long. I don't know feigning interest in their friends. Meeting, family. I just. Tomorrow. Yeah. How are you going to? Sh we need another, Shirley temple or you good. Yeah, here's the other thing, too, met the Kathy bear, I named him I've never even thought about this. But if if the place you're going to inhabit with, with virgins you get to fuck. Are you just fucking of seventeen year old to died horribly and moped accidents before their time? Yes. Because someone to kill them put them up there already there where I who's supplying the virgin, are they? Well, how do we even know that they're dead or just essentially raping some sixteen year old drowned in a pool, like before she got her hymen pop? What's going on? By the way, this is heaven for her me and old Bob cat. Great Sankey bowls. Spelling like malt liquor. It's going hold still part of the deal. She's like my book life with tragic another now being raped. My old comedian. This is horrible. Maybe it's hell for them actually tell. Yeah. So who are, how did they get their seven killing them all running loan virgin, right? By volcanoes. Oh, volcano. They're all hot as tech girls. I mean aghast in my milk. Here's they find your fourteen. You get chucked into a volcano and the next thing, you know, me, and Bob cat, our team. Right. For turn ity the other virtue would make so much fun to go to prom or high school sucked. The leg bones nonstop. Figure this out? I wanna supplying the virgin virgins in the afterlife. Yeah, that's seventy two virgins. Then after you work your way through a few of them, you're like now I got, you know, fifty eight or, and then it just whittles down. Would you ration them? Or is it you keep having do they do they restock the pool? Well, that's a good point because one one weekend and you could get through half your supply. Yes. On day three. Now. What? Well, that's why I went to have the dick suck and virgin. Toco whole virgin. The two I beat off on. So that way technically you know what I mean? Still here. You're still here. That's right. Yeah. Version forming click again, again, that's still to work. This is horrible. Sensitive. I wanna cuddling virgin. Beat off ship for your virgin. But either way, there's some we have to maintain. Similar to watch soaps with. I feel like you guys could trade your virgins okay at the beginning of the year in school when you get folders or whatever. And then maybe trade with someone else what if they're like a lot of nineteen year old virgin, just bad skin hooked nose. We're jewel funky snag to their, you know, Pat skin and you're like good. Versions for a reason. Yeah. Nice heavyset chick with an a cop, and pockmarks, and you're like, yeah, I get why everyone cast at high school. Horrible accident your software year college. Just anyway. We're good friends. Let's talk about the other virgins. So what are we talking about that? I'm director. Yeah. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's right. He's an artist. I interrupted myself. And they have it. 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Coronavirus Relief and Its Impact on the Crypto Markets - Ep.119

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

29:21 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus Relief and Its Impact on the Crypto Markets - Ep.119

"Hi everyone looking to unconfirmed. The podcast reveals how the Martinez and Crypto are reacting to the top headlines. Gives the inside scoop on what on the horizon? I'm your host Laura Shin. Why should you get an MTO visa? Card from CRYPTO DOT COM. I it's a beautiful metal card. You can top up. The card with Crypto and spend anywhere visa is accepted. You also get up to five percent back on all spending you know. They'll pay for your spotify Netflix. To you'll love the unlimited airport lounge access and interbank exchange rates. Have you travel a lot? Today's guest is Kevin Kelly macro strategist at Delphi digital welcome. Kevin sure we've been through some pretty sobering weeks both in terms of the crow viruses impact on the economy and financial markets but also in terms of its impact on public health. Bitcoin was also affected. Although it has not suffered anywhere near the same level of carnage list. I just get an overview of what happened in Q. One what did you see the traditional final financial markets in? How'd that impact Bitcoin as well? So I mean one of the big kind of key themes that we've been washing and this kind of spills over from last year in two thousand nineteen was. You saw this really big kind of run up. In financial markets across different asset classes we deemed it as the everything rally from last year and a lot of that was driven by this kind of pivot by central banks to Dovish accommodative monetary policies. So that a bid to as I mentioned you know asset prices kind of across the board and you basically saw that entire theme really flipped on its head here in just wrapped up Q. on this week And to be honest it was nothing short of a bloodbath especially towards the latter half. And as you mentioned you know. Bitcoin certainly had pretty significant down. But it wasn't unique in that sense in it's certainly wasn't I don't think isolated from a lot of the carnage that happened in traditional financial markets If you think about riskier asset classes like stocks used Five hundred as a US benchmark. I mean yes and five hundred fell you know a clean. A twenty percent Over the last piece over last month their show. And it's it's it's at one. Point was down almost thirty five percent from its all time high and mid to late February rights. You saw some really really drastic drawdowns in part of the reason for that In this kind of spills over into what happened to Bitcoin as well as that there is a key. Catalyst in a turning point. I should say in the severity. Or how how much? The market was praising the severity of Corona virus and Kobe nineteen and from there. You saw this kind of a transpire. O of or spiral of events caused no liquidity crisis across asset classes. And basically you know historically when you have your liquidity crisis where people are basically trying to get out and sell. Whatever it is they can that has decent liquidity. Oftentimes IT GETS TO. Appoint doesn't really matter. What the acid is that? You're selling rights could be stocks. Eventually weaving saw liquidity ripened Treasury Market Gold Had A bit of a drawdown. Bitcoin certainly had drawdown so You know we talk about Bitcoin. Being you know longer term and on correlated ass and things of that nature but when it comes to you know real kind of seismic liquidity events like that Isn't something that necessarily think. Bitcoin CRYPTO would be immune to. Yeah although one thing in your analysis was actually the impact. I'm bitcoin was less than kind of the more traditional financial markets. One of the obvious comparisons would be crude. Oil was down to sixty six percent but even S. and P. Five hundred was nineteen percent compared to bitcoin which was down ten percent so surf. Somehow the impact was muted. But actually that leads me to my next question. Which is that for years. There's been this kind of conventional wisdom about bitcoin or cryptocurrency in general which is that in times of distress. You know some portion of that population in whatever economy that is we'll turn to bitcoin and push up demand for it in that particular region. Do you think that that theory is held true during the Corona Virus Democ? I think it's too early to dismiss that theory to say that it hasn't come true. I mean certainly. The macro hedge argument has taken a lot of heat just because of the large drawn on that. We saw bitcoin alongside. You know riskier asset classes. But at the same time if you if you rewind the clock and you think back to what happened in financial crisis two thousand eight thousand nine you actually saw a gold as stocks are to sell off gold itself right which has been deemed as a obviously a compliment comparison for Bitcoin but also has been you know store value for not only snow hundreds of years but thousands of years. This point you saw gold take a pretty solid drawdown as well. I mean it fell more than thirty percent between. I think it was march of two thousand eight through October of that year. And so and then gold really outperformed risk assets coming out of You know that the global financial crisis and so. I think it's a little bit too early to predict pronounce that macro hedge argument as dead for Bitcoin. I think it depends on how it reacts and really comes out of all the turmoil that we're seeing here and a big part of that is what's going on in the can a monetary and fiscal policy world and the implications about long term for for new hardware assets. Bitcoin certainly Being Higher Higher Beta approach to a to an asset like that But I think it's again yet too early to deem it necessarily dead Because again according type crisis or a really severe downturn initially you know you have selling pressure across the board and even something like gold isn't necessarily immune from that so to think the coin would kind of be negatively correlated Time in which correlations across asset classes are all moving towards one? I think would be a little bit naive. And you guys published a report and the report you mention the US to to drill a Guinea with Doug two billion dollars relief package and you talk about how it's going to double the deficit and how the government is relying on the US dollars status as the last global reserve currency and you conclude quote the setup for broad-based currency. Debasement is playing out in front of our eyes. So what effect you think this will have on Bitcoin. And the CRYPTO markets. Yeah no it's it's a great questions a theme we've certainly been been heart behind doing a lot of work on recently If you kind of just take a step back and think about what the the core issue that's really facing the global economy right now Obviously you know Kobe. Nineteen is certainly throwing a wrench into you. Know a economic growth and it's not to say the global economy wasn't vulnerable heading into this current ours is going to get blamed for a lot of The recessionary fears right now and it certainly accelerated the downturn. But it's not necessarily the cause of it but basically if you can take a step back at the core of all this is really kind of a cash flow initially because you've seen a massive shock to revenue for companies small businesses right corporate America And it comes at a time in which the world was heavily indebted right and so a lot of these risks are starting to compound on one another. And what policymakers and lawmakers are really trying to do right now is see if they can or trying their best to create this this monitoring fiscal bridge almost if they if they can bridge the gap between. What's happening right now? With all the global government shutdowns certainly have here in the US united in New York City. Rebound locked down for for weeks now. is basically trying to build this bridge to get you know the global economy across to a time in which you know the the global economy reopens or opens back up and they're doing that by pumping literally trillions and trillions of dollars into the system and so in the short term obviously a lot of the focus right now is on you know just just a supporting employees supporting small businesses supporting corporate America. Really trying to just eat the economic engine a light on I guess you'd say The longterm implications of that. There's a lot of money that's pumped into the system and so you're starting to hear a lot of arguments about if we do get through this. Maybe things aren't necessarily as bad as as we think. Because policymakers record so quickly and we don't actually see the next Great Depression. Or what is it gonNA leave us on the other end of this and if you really do see demand comeback you see a lot of businesses hopefully potentially even survive. You know the next whether it's you know one quarter to quarter the next twelve months. Hopefully it's not that long but hypothetically be juicy business come out on the other side of this and demand does ramp backup. Relatively quickly you certainly could see inflationary pressure start to build. And that's where you start to get in this long-term bulk as for Things like Bitcoin crypto assets but even precious metals like gold. Yeah well one other thing that I wanted to ask about. Was You know? Unfortunately this is just such a sad statistic but these historic jobless claims reaching ten million dollars or ten C. I you guys my brain like I had a terrible dream about corona virus. And I just feel like this is my brain but anyway ten million claims and that's obviously eclipsed all previous periods of high unemployment and while obviously we don't know I mean just in terms of coins history so far we don't know if there's a correlation between unemployment and Bitcoin because at number so staggering. I just wonder if there are going to be ripple effects. How do you think that will play out? Yeah no absolutely it's absolutely staggering. And again you know. It's what's difficult to taking a step back and looking at markets is a number like today over six and a half million in terms of initial jobless claims that number. Most people never thought they would see. You're never hope that they would see obviously. And it certainly was even higher than a lot of the highest economist expectations right so it really did surpass a lot of what people thought was going to be a really high number and I think in the in the in the short to intermediate term mashing potentially have a negative correlation. Just because again. If you think about you know right now the the the core issued a. Lotta people are facing in terms of household income and really just kind of trying to keep their head above water right. It's not a time in which you're putting Keno potentially excess cash or Some of that income into the markets are into something like bitcoin again long-term certainly believe in the store value argument for it but right now at the current juncture in where. Bitcoin cryptos asset class released. Sits I don't think you're necessarily going to see people getting you know. Unemployment benefits enrolling. Some of that money into something like quench because again. They're just trying to keep the lights on trying to their head above water. What I think the longer term. We'll call it. Maybe more indirect impact from something like jobless claims would be. How does that affect the policy response to what's going on in the global economy and again this isn't just a? Us issue obviously is a global issue. As you see you know. Global Central Banks in end country leaders lawmakers come out and increase. I mean. I don't think we're we're really close to the end. Game in terms of stimulus packages are actually gonNA look like here in the US. You mentioned that two trillion dollars package. It was passed but that's already being talked about Adding on top of that because again small businesses are really start struggling. Haven't gotten that money flowing into their pockets yet. I think the policy responses to you know numbers like the jobless claims are going to a long term become more indirect effects on no bitcoin crypto and other asset classes and in the short run as the situation gets worse. It's not necessarily something that would be a in the short-term good for good for Bitcoin bitcoins prize moment. We're going to dive into more details on BITCOIN's price as well as like who's been selling but I quit from the sponsors. He made this show possible. Why should you get an MCSE visa? Card from CRYPTO DOT COM. I it's a beautiful meadow card. You can. Top of the card with Crypto and spend anywhere visa is accepted. You also get a five percent back on all spending you know. They'll pay for your spotify Netflix. To you'll love the unlimited airport lounge access and INTERBANK EXCHANGE RATES. If you travel a lot. There's so many cool perks loaded in one card. Download the CRIP DOT COM APP. Now back to my conversation with Kevin Kelly. Your firm put out reports with comprehensive analyses of some of the different factors affecting bitcoin price such as the technical analysis and looking at some of the crypto specific metrics like bitcoins network value to transaction signal. What did you fine from these different analyses that you've done and when you explain that if you could also define any terms listeners may not know absolutely so one of the things that we do pretty regularly update are you check show analysis which basically is the unspent transaction outputs and for big win with it allows us to do is basically see the last time bitcoin was moved and what the associated price was and create a lot of these really interesting and potentially useful metrics that you just mentioned. It's one of the things we'll look at is trying to define you know who the types of holders or or sellers would be During a period in which you see you know proposal price movement and so for example if you look at our outlook and look at the UT Akzo age bands rights we break those out in terms of how long it's been since bitcoins moved me at the percentage of the amount that hasn't moved in that that associated period of time You see that a lot of this this A recent training activity. Recent selling pressure is come from More kind of short term holders right so so not your longer term holders that You would potentially see like we saw back in twenty eighteen. You saw that kind of finally of capitulation red long-term holders sell out and that kind of gave us a an idea of where potential bottom would be and that's why we came out with our December twenty eight report talking about how we thought about him for Bitcoin. Because you were starting to see signs of capitulation or we're seeing now is a lot of this has been short-term holder driven and it is an interesting time because we pair things like that with looking at bitcoin exchange flows for example and seeing that a lot of Bitcoin Not only had a signal on a stable coin inflows into exchanges but also there was a good amount of bitcoin that was taken off exchange rights. Who think that no longer term. These are people who are basically you know going in buying the coin and trying to start longer term because again they're bullish aren't they think this actually serve as a store of value during a time. In which as you mentioned we have that risk of Fiat currency debasement. And so we'll take a look at a lot of different metrics and to be honest with fascinated me about the Chris Mason Bitcoin specifically as you know the underlying blockchain and the transparency of it. You're able to create these really interesting metrics on track them pretty much in real time at this point That you wouldn't be able to do otherwise You know other asset classes. I come from the from the equity world from the stock market world. And you don't have things like Track you know buying and selling are holder position. Trans and things of that nature. So it's really interesting. How obviously if you're more curious about that certainly reach out to us but I think that's one of the. The the cooler aspects of Crypto and being analysts in the space is always trying to kind of deviate or or come up with different variations of these metrics to see if they have any you know of leading signals. And so what do you think? The impact of the corona virus and the economic fallout will be on Bitcoin. At the time of the having. Are you noticing any effects on bitcoin mining? At the moment I would give us Further insight into what might happen at that time. Yeah I think it's a it's a really good question and one that's obviously highly debated and to be quite frank. I think the momentum or the trend in which bitcoins praises going is going to be is going to help dictate how the price reaction is Following having right and I think what's interesting is right now. We've actually seen this morning. Bitcoin to catch a bit of a bid. Last time I tried to think was it. Sixty nine hundred close to key technical level in seven thousand and if you start to see bitcoin let's say move back towards ten K As you start to see again more and more talk about Having what the potential long-term effects of that will be with the The supply decrease I think the momentum heading intuitive certainly going to be one of the catalysts that helps dictate at least in the short term how prices affected but long-term made certainly a bullish of vendor indicator Because again a lot of the crux of the argument for bitcoin being digital older restore evaluate long term is that you know hard caps apply right in and really when you talk about your non-sovereign digitally native censorship. Resistant Asset Bitcoin certainly you know. Obviously all those in as an asset that This world simply hasn't seen yet right so I think it'll At the very least draw more attention to what's happening even on the day that having occurs it'll just drive newsflow drive more. Attention Awareness Bitcoin at a time in which you know. You're seeing a lot of macro people. Really wake up to This this risk of broad-based Fiat currency debasement. And they're now on the prowl. Really surging forward. What does that asset that's again potentially non-sovereign wouldn't would potentially benefit from A macro environment like that. So let's now switch gears and discuss maker because that a well defined general was obviously in the news in a big way because of The colonel virus impact and you're calling media DEMARCO published a report. Advocating that maker not used token burns as the only tool in its arsenal. And that it should keep Tokens and reserve. Can you walk us through his argument and You know what he's saying and why he saying it. Yeah absolutely. He's he's certainly the go-to expert on our team for for this topic area for sure he's on a lot of work on it and I think she brings up some really interesting points and he tries to relate it back to a honestly kind of something that's going on the stock market when you talk about near the level of cash positions on on company balance sheets in buybacks. Obviously a huge argument about whether or not some of these companies should be bailed out Or should be able to get relief funding. Because they've spent you know a lot of their cash on buybacks over the last five years ten years basically his his proposal when he walks through is talking about increasing kind of the optionality for the Dow itself and potentially reducing the amount of fee revenue that that automatically gets burned And proposing it essentially having it a pulled instead on on the Dow's balance-sheet Because this would give it more. Optionality could sit on cash invest it pay debts Use It to buy a for buybacks things of that nature essentially retaining more earnings within the system and he goes on a proposed. Eventually that pool pulled fee revenue could be using other defy applications lent out. Could it could increase the yield of that balance sheet and basically the great surplus the more competent people potentially would have in the stability of the system and as as it relates her as a corollary would have more competences disability of something like die right and so he does couple comparisons in terms of looking at total cumulus maker revenue so far just under eight million relative to what the shortfall was based on a black Thursday. Is You're mentioning and just again outlining some some Potential situations in which you know pulling some of this revenue and creating basically having create a balance sheet And and Taking advantage of some of these surpluses especially when times are good Would help to Make it a more resilient system when it faces you know really true. I WANNA say called Black Swan type events But but really high risk low probability events what we saw a couple of weeks ago. Yeah yeah I thought it was a really well argued report and we'll see if any of the maker team finds it convincing persuasive it anyway. Well it's been so great having you on the show and thanks for coming on unconfirmed and I hope you and all your friends and family you stay safe and healthy. Appreciate your stay. Stay stay stay healthy out there. Don't forget next up is the news recap. Hey everyone. I hope you're all safe and healthy and I hope that when you have a choice you are all staying at home and maybe doing Internet. He things like playing with digital currencies. Here are this week's top CRYPTO headlines first headline by Nance acquires coined market CAP may change business model in the biggest acquisition. In the CRYPTO space crypto exchange by Manse acquired coin market cap which saw two hundred seven million visitors in the last six months the deal a mix of equity and the BNB token was valued at between three hundred and four hundred million dollars block which broke. The News also reported quote several employees at Finance told the blog that the firm was considering a significant change in coin market caps business model shifting away from an ad based model to a subscription model which will charge exchanges to be included on the site additionally founder and CEO Brennan Chaz is stepping down whilst also caroline. Chan is now acting CEO. Coin has had a great analysis on the acquisition with Andy Chung former chief operating officer at okay. Axe and founder of crypto to revenue platform a C. D. X. The deal due to the conflict of interest between finance and coin market CAP. He said quote I can understand the business or potential profit. But honestly how are you going to convince people that the rankings in volume are true when you're operating in exchange and also probably the biggest holder of BNB others pointed out that rival exchanges may be less willing to give coin market cap data nomex founder and CEO Klay Collins said quote that data is now being given to a competitor with surveillance? Abilities is unlikely that other exchanges will want to see bindings aggregating and monitoring their own data next headline crypto startup struggle amidst pandemic uncertainty the block reports that crypto starters are being affected by the broader slowdown. Chris Murray's the CEO of an early stage startup called Yellowcard said quote within the past week. And a half we have three. Vc's that pretty much. We are in final stage of due diligence with. Come back and say look. It's not you but we are not deploying capital within six months given what just happened in the market. The timing of the corona virus is especially significant. Since two thousand eighteen was the year a lot of startups got initial funding. According to pitchbook eighty eight percent of all funding rounds from two thousand seventeen to twenty nine thousand nine of less than five million dollars closed in two thousand eighteen. And Twenty one thousand. Nine hundred have had no follow up rounds one sector. That's been particularly badly. Hit is defy because it lacks an obvious path to profitability next headline riot blockchain filing shows how corona virus could impact bitcoin miners in a ten K filing with Sec nasdaq-listed. Riot blockchain said it is having difficulty mining because its workers are being quarantined. Plus it's access to mining equipment has been disrupted due to factory closures and border restrictions on top of all that it is categorized as a non essential business which could make the company unable to service. Its minors similarly. In February Chinese mining farms had limited available staff to run minors on a somewhat related note. Microsoft filed a patent for crypto mining based on human activity. Which wouldn't that be awesome if we could just mine digital currency and not contribute to climate change and do all that while we're running or swimming or dancing or doing yoga or whatever it is we need to do next headline quest to bring Bitcoin to a theorem. Garner's seven point seven million dollars. I think the whole bitcoin. A theory of cultural split has outlived. Its usefulness says Matt Longo the founder of thesis which is behind a trust Lewis version of bitcoin that is being developed for a theorem and has raised seven point seven million dollars from paradigm and bushy capital among others for that effort while a version of bitcoin called wrapped. Bitcoin does exist on a theorem. It has custody by BECO- coin reports on the other hand quote to mint won. T. BTC a user contacts that keep network which sinks a wallet for storing the Bitcoin. The keys for that wallet are held in a multi six structure across several nodes on the keep network that have staked keep Tokens Bloomberg writes that on a Theorem cheapie. Dc could be used as collateral to earn interest trade using leverage or access enhanced fiber financial privacy applications all without having to sell their. Bitcoin next headline the effect of zero interest rates on stable coins coins s columnist. Gp coning wrote this week that with US interest rates collapsing two zero. The stable joint industry could find itself in a tough spot. He writes quote. Here's a quick back of the envelope. Calculation most stable coins are based on the US dollar at the end of July two thousand nineteen US treasury bill rates. Were at two point. Five percent the total number of stable quainton existence summed up to around five billion dollars at that time assuming the issuers invested four billion dollars of their customers funds in t bills and kept one billion dollars in liquid. No interest accounts that comes to that comes out to around one hundred million dollars in expected interest income at the end of July but now that one hundred million dollars has evaporated two zero he surmises that issuers may introduce fees such as making wallet while it stable coin payments or putting slightly negative interest rates unstable coin balances. We'll see how that plays out next headline returns thirteen hundred percent at Pauley chain coined US gotTa look at an investor document for the first four years of polishing capitals cryptocurrency Hedge Fund. Anyone who had stuck with the firm throughout that time would have enjoyed gains of thirteen hundred thirty. Two percent while year to year returns varied from three percent loss in twenty sixteen to a two thousand. Two hundred seventy nine percent gain in twenty seventeen. Sure we all remember that you're twenty seventeen in twenty eighteen. The Fund saw sixty percent loss and then a fifty six percent gain in two thousand nineteen. According to the Bloomberg all Hedge Fund index non cryptocurrency hedge funds gained four percent in two thousand sixteen nine percent in two thousand seventeen lost six percent in two thousand eighteen and gained four percent in two thousand Nineteen Fund Bids Caitlyn Loans Journey to Avantis Bank Michael Delicate issue of Forbes Shot. Michael wrote up a great feature on Caitlyn long and a volunteer bank which is set to launch. Next year in the piece he explains how it will make money not by lending by charging fees for services and cuss teeing securities issued on a blockchain long told. Forbes quote very e- products we've identified that avant will be able to offer that do not exist in the marketplace today precisely because traditional banks can't custody crypto and trust companies don't have access to the Fed directly former bitcoin core developer and chief technology officer. Brian Bishop also says that the bank would quote give customers access to their private keys even while the bank maintained some responsibility for the funds. Plus he's worked on a bitcoin vault. That has a clawback mechanism that makes it easier to obtain stolen bitcoins. It's worth checking out the full article for all the green tea towels but also because it features some great photos of Caitland in Wyoming and also a photo of her in Utah with Abebe Bison. Alright thanks for tuning in to learn more about Kevin and Delphi digital be sure to check out the links and they showed us if your podcast player. If you enjoy these news recap then why not sign up for the real deal weekly newsletter? I publish every Friday. Some of you have asked me for the links to the stories that mentioned the show and now you can get them delivered right to your inbox. Goto unchained podcast. Dot Com. Right now to sign up. Unconfirmed is produced by me. Laura Shin with help from factual recording Anthony Unit. Daniel knows Josh Durham and a team. That's okay transcription. Thanks for listening.

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Carolla Classics: Will Sasso's Calves, Strip Club DJ, and Panda Reproduction

The Adam Carolla Show

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Carolla Classics: Will Sasso's Calves, Strip Club DJ, and Panda Reproduction

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We released an extra episode on Sunday. So we're here all weekend mixture. Subscribe come in tomorrow. Oh, yes. All right. Let's get some clips gone. Let's get right into it. What do you say this, I clip, it was tweeted to us by at Colin MS pod, and he writes will Sasso Cavs getting him out of a traffic ticket must find hashtag Corolla classic. Quick into the point. I love it. What we got from GIO, girlish. Oh, eight oh nine. Featuring Wilson, Jim Kurl rail offer Alison Rosena, Brian Bishop, there's one from April twenty twelve will came in studio to promote the three stooges movie, and while he's in there a couple of things pop up before the recreation reenactment. This guy's asking for. So I had to leave those in, and then we get to the reenactment of will being pulled over an atom as the officer who can't stop admiring. His Cavs taking up. Two current and two former TSA screeners at LAX have been arrested for allegedly taking bribes to not notice drugs that we're going through TSA or Sino. The forty page indictment, outlines five alleged smuggling incidents over a six month period. If convicted the screeners could end up behind bars for the rest of their lives or smuggling drugs out of LA because feel like. Coming through, I think coming through, but the TSA people are checking on the way out, not on the way in. But as. Yeah. Custom eggs coming in, they do check. What? No. Because check through. They're coming through the countries like good be. Well, it's all laid out in Don Henley, smuggler's blues are Glenn fries, smuggler's blues and move it through Miami. And I say they comes from it's all laid out. It's all there you ever want to know how the cocaine trade works. It's all it's, it's a tutorial for smuggling coke, I'll listen to it. Who has the ball? The curly shuffle lesson. Yes, right in methamphetamine, cooking has the balls to attempt to bribe TSA agent. That's always my thing, when considering criminal activity or just thinking about people who do it is, like, I think because wrong it's going to really go wrong. I feel like. Some Lee press on, on, like, I'm a at Lee press on nails and some generic crevasse away from doing anything. I want at that airport when I walk through LAX, but that's, that's me. That's generic bossa real Karachi. Dudes as well. The press on now. Well, I bring them both right. Nails. Yeah. Case which which pocket to go for it. Feels like to me. That's feel like criminals to me. I mean that's just me. But, you know, I may be wrong, because you ought to be bribing females as Asian with the league press on nails and have a guy walk up. What's going on over here? I got something for you do this. Look like Haiyan law enforcement officials. Do they know they don't really act like it do they know it's more like if someone saw this happen. I guess, just seems illegal, you can get through the airport with so much stuff. Anyway. I don't care what anyone says, so I think you only need to bring out the press on nails. And if you get caught. Oh, yeah. Case of emergency Riley, just put it in there with the bag of coke. There should be Boissier and Lee press on nails, Lincoln and not. And keep that at Dita's bankers. So I have a story it's gonna be tangent does relate, I wanna find out what goes on with Mugler's blues gonna find out where they move it in move through Miami. And they sell it in LA. I know it happens every day. Sidna videos, even better is great. You'd never know. It was shot. Isn't that? Sprawling. Kicking the curly, shuffled guy was like you see this is the kind of shit. We should have been singing about. I may have overestimated, the public's appetite for curly related material, I would say you grossly mistakes. Unlike some people. Now. I would argue that Miami, vice. Ultimately did more harm than good. With regard to hair. Just every jackass going is, you know, tubs Crockett for Halloween. Acting video. There's like non musical interludes. Yeah. And so it's nice to see nonsmoker smoke on screen holding cigarette with two hands. That guy just aimed the gun at Glen, fries through. It's nice to see them. I should see a VW thing featured videos normally nicer car. I'm surprised tiny contains not rolling around. Hollowest is used to be so bad. We were so excited just to see actual stuff moving. Yeah. Hustling back to the car. Can take a while to get part rack. I don't like it when the cops or the bad guys. Fire the gun and blink every time they fire it says that's like a guy that's not fired a gun. You know, you see the actors like blinking every time they squeezed the trigger. Yeah. Glen fry. Got it. Catch a packet. The belly. Comes the guys chasing every car. In this video forget here it honking. It would sound like yeah. And there's no the sun there's no metaphor or simile. It's all just fucking on the nose is talking the lyrics to her, by the way. Yes, it's Krief AM stone. There's an insurance, don't A-List Muto Amherst. Day hide it. Tell your at snow powder. Oh. Say like telling Yates right here, nicest, they hide it. And so they moved from Miami. They sell the tell you ride. Nice little plug for tell you. Yeah. We're. He opened a ski resort. Yeah. And there's so many words in the Sino, Sony words in the song is also one of those fake bathrooms with the fake graffiti this. No, it's not real graffiti, it's TV graffiti. All right. Double cross the guy twenty shoots gun. All right. You get it. They put it. And tell you right now, we know I figure they stash up in whistling is what you're talking about. Like what some snaps together, we're gonna find out that Glen fry co-owned, a ski chalet up and tell you right around the time is right in this rural gonna plug in for their own. Yeah. All right. All right story, which is tangent, but which relates because it's the story of attempting to sort of bribe in did not go right? When I lived in New York, my sister, and I were living together we were moving into one bedroom apartment because everything was expensive. And a lot of people were converting their one bedrooms, two bedrooms, and the only way you could do this was to hire a company to build a pressure while they're very the apartment, very specific. Fresher wall. Yeah. Like attention wall. It's a, a wall that it's a temporary wall, they put up and it stays there for the whole time in the apartment. And then they take it down at the end and they professionally put it up, professionally take it down. Somehow it doesn't damage anything is it load-bearing? The right person. Are they throwing the wall up to keep the sound in the dust out or they throwing a wall? It kind of prevents. It prevents neither from moving around. So yes, it's not a call the tension wall, which is interesting. So we call it like putting up kickers and building a wall that picking up the load of the wall that you're removing, I guess, but anyway, back to they and build a windows into them and to be permanent. I mean for the free the turn into its to create an extra room. It's just yeah, but it doesn't fuck with the structure of it. So anyway, there's like one of two companies you can call and I called and there's this huge waiting list and we were going to move in. You know, let's say September I it's like oh yeah. You know, we can't do it till November. So I ended up tone, I said to the guy something like, you know, okay, we'll up, you know, if there's any ways are waiting list of if there's any way that you could do it sooner IB really happy to show my appreciation. Oh, yeah. I'm ant with a tip. Sure. I didn't know how it works in New York. He gave me the most uncomfortable. Disgusting laugh ever. Like. Like. That's when I realized boobs God, he thinks offering sexual favors. You guys have a blue Bosco boobs. Woo hoo. Balloons. Big fan of the show. No. Well, I gotta say, I miss the now that I'm literally, a millionaire, I missed the part where you can Greece wheel or palm and. It's not all bribing, bribing. I've had situations where I've gone into a place and dropped a bunch of auto parts often chrome shop. And the guy goes is probably about five six weeks. And I go is there any way we can speed that up. And he goes, well, not really. Just just a line in urine, your place about five or six weeks. And I go look, I don't mind paying extra like if you, if you wanna have one ear guys come in on a Saturday and do my shit all pay him. And we can, you know, get my shit back in a couple of weeks in the guy's like, yeah. Now and it's like, I'm not asking you to suck any dick or mule cocaine into Tijuana. I'm just saying. I want to actually physically pay you pay. Your guy do my shit, and it's like now and it's weird like it's almost like no safe open up for you. I don't know. But there was a time when I would imagine the Frank Sinatra all the fucking rant Packers. They just left the house with a water twenties. In case there was Trump. If you, if you ran over Mexican or got a little mouthy and you had to beat the shit out of her whatever you know, it was a little incident, then it'd be like off. Yeah. And you know, maybe you're heading the laughing up the mess like your head now. You're where we going, we're going to Latin Quarter. Jesus anyone call ahead make reservations and the guy just hold up his one. Here's our reservations, and you just peel off couple twenties handed to the maitre d. Now, I feel like everything's like seriously despite your car, and we need to get iden- you didn't make reservations, and we can't, you know, it's, it's that kind of thing, it's fucking worth being rich anymore. Richard just be, you know, the guy finds something in your fucking bag. He shouldn't find cop. I mean. Died on over on the fuck and turnpike of jersey in nineteen sixty two it give me give me fucking license with twenty bucks, tucked in like a time, you know, make a little licensed taco, twenty bucks, slip it through the window to the guy, the guy just tell you to get them to different time. I mean when it was a better time did drinking and driving become a crime. That's serious question. They still waiting. They used to. I mean because he used to be just slam into these guys are all over the roads. Lamb into parked cars would be it would, I think back in the day will now everyone everyone's everyone is, I think everyone's a star fucker, but they're also a star fucker and I'm going to drop a load on your forehead like not only do they want Mel Gibson's autographs, but they also want to be the guy who bus. See, I think it's inverse it used to be if you're Cary Grant, and a cop pulled you over, they do the, you know, they've come around the flow, Mr. grant it seems like you've been over served tonight. Please, let me escort you back to your home, and then he basically, you'd follow the cop back to the house. That was back in the day. Now, I would say if they saw very you know, if they saw Brad Pitt and it looked like he was close to being drunk, you wanna be the guy goes back to the precinct. And goes guess who busted Brad Pitt? Yeah. So now even if it was a guy that didn't reckless say brand pit. So used to be like this civilian here celebrity way above them. And now it's civilian here celebrity Belo's, which is was a do that was like, maybe a couple of beers, but you're sorta you might go listen by just slow down and get the fuck out here. But if it's Mel gif. You gotta fucking pull them out of car now. And hope that, you're the dude who busted Mel Gibson. Yeah. Yeah. All right. That sort of stuff doesn't happen in Canada. Another reason to move up there. Oh, no. No deal has the cops drunk to copter drunk. Everyone's. Just lampshade. Listen, I ride a motorcycle offers degree of protection. Is texting and driving out there, because that is how going to die. If I don't check every everyone is edgy and driving. I everyone is doing it. Well, his don't up my ass about it are not. Do they do in Canada? Is there such a thing as jaywalking ticket? Yes. Actually other. Yeah, they're kinda they're kinda super diligent about that sort of there's they're diligent about dumb crimes. Let me you how the will Sasso jaywalking ticket would go, sir. I noticed you and. Tremendous cath. Wow. On Steve get over. Look at us. What are we talking about? Have a hell of it favored. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Do you want me to constable do to step up on the curb like so that part we put the balls your feet on the versus the one leg down here? Yeah. All right. Good on you. Let me grab got some other bomb. But holed. Okay. Dash worship dashboard Cam when I need it right? On the dash. Just position a car. I can get a shot. That's what I stand on the hood, you gotta dash gamble because you think it'd be sure to travel now. Get sit on the roof and feet down on the hood here who didn't hotness cruiser if I lose my belt. That's how you get audits by ten you know defrosters being what they are today. She's damn Ulster really by. Off bothering you know minds. Spread out a little bit here. Well, you keep keep going on that bumper there with those terrorize. Yeah. Just maybe just buff out this with orders. The flex when I do. Where does best is starting about making, I'm gonna take, we don't mind myself, you know. I thank you. For letting me go. I know you find it weird that I'm wearing shorts and a parka. Yeah. Yeah. Those dolphin shorts really outta season. Yeah. Well. You know, I I run hot. I'll tell you what. Why don't you just jog home on the ball and we'll go ahead and on the cruiser? K. Sure. We'll, maybe we could make some money for kids. It'll be FOX action just on the balls of my feet just the balls. Yeah, that's perfect. Okay. All right. You want to run the siren or yeah, we'll do that. We'll go serpentine. I'll do what I call a traffic break. Nothing on the heels though, remember that's bad for balls. Touched the ground. Yeah. And listen, if you pass your house keep going, we'll circle around live here anymore. So I just. Yeah. It's checked into the hotel you. Wherever. You know let's just let's just call. I'm good. You went to. You wanna drive when I hit the quiz. Let's head back to the station back. Yeah. Well, go ahead and do what you gotta do. We're going to get by the quiz person. That's a great idea. Okay. Yeah. Have a good night. Yeah. Hey goodnight tonight. Kind of pretend to. Where were we? The old Jack off to the Cavs and Canada dashboard. Camping that bit. Yeah. Larry fine was doing that the billion days. Yeah. Enough to Cavs heard it so many times. But it always me up. Doing the news. Right. And there you have it will Sasso 's Cavs. Enormous glorious. Get him out of traffic part is when Adam estimates wait in this episode and he tells them, he's four hundred seventy that's what he's like. You're not fat. You're big love will Sasso on earth. Adam unique chemistry. He's been coming on since love line since the late nineties when you started on mad TV and then he kind of defined his relationship with Adam and drew on air after that, when he came back, solo there's bit people love called the gay morning zoo from two thousand five line people bring up the wheel and atom all the time. It's still hear about it, and he came in the morning show podcast, every time he comes studio. He brings it and he enhances Adam Corollas, comedic potential. There's a few guests who do that. And we'll Sasso is in that mix agreed and will Sasso Cavs is a Google. Search term, probably top ten Google search term that I have to search for I feel like I've gone through lows. We're Google searches to especially during live shows were, like pictures of a c section for the audience. All right. Let's keep the clips going. And if you want to clip request very easy. You just Email us class. Six Adam Karol dot com. Tweet us at you. Vanni Giorgio at Chris locks, Monnet, whatever find us anywhere online, let us know what you learned my diem slide into cheers. He's asking for it and give it to them. All right. This next clip from two thousand ten, it's it was an Email request from Steve GAAS. And he just writes, funniest bit was Dietrich baiter Adam improving. What are we got? So this is the same. So we've used previously debater came in with Dulcie from June of twenty ten Adam Corolla show, three, fifty three after they switched formats. Dietrich baiter Dulcie, Rogers Teresa, Strasser, Brian, Bishop Adam in Dietrich, get on a story that telling him about being in like a river and dealing with a kind of a southern like guide and they go over it, and they recreate the scenario with Dietrich playing set guide. It's a crazy little improv scene. Baiter hilarious, a can't wait. On the show again, two thousand ten Dietrich baiter does Rogers and kosher. Well this I wa couple has a passion for Boho hunting for their wedding dressed in camouflage in got hitched in a tree. I've a funny feeling not rabbi just guessing. Climbers. They shot the ring bear. They did a brisk while they were forty ju. You know what's weird sippy at you? Forty two year old Kim silver silver is often Jewish name, those gold. What does that say? Yeah. Except for my people Tim silver in a silk Cama wedding gown and sixty one year old Marvin hunter. Yeah. Exchanged vows. Yeah. Exchanged vows at top hunting platform in a tree at the animus of both hunters archery club this weekend. But then, you know, my mom really. Harry, she wanted during the ceremony the bride and groom periodically shot. Eros at targets. On the guest, but they don't. Leading gift. Liking the Bosa. It's good for my son. German dance doing the Bo sound. Excellent. Yeah. I don't I believe hunting, and fishing is more about, just sort of hanging out now that I really say and both of these activities because these guys they're not out stocking. The pray they just get themselves a shack. They put it up in a tree, and then they sit up in the tree drink, and they have they drink and they have some stick, that's like soaked in deer Fairmount, and they put it out there. And then they just sort of the next seventeen twenty hours back couple of boys and see what happens, right? It does sound good. But it's like ice fishing, especially a lot of hunting. Listen, you shouldn't be hunting from an apple crate, you should at least be staying raining out standing up there. So the animal can see right? Let them see Dick Cheney at least was seen when they released the birds from the box. I went fishing once and I guess I didn't really understand that. The hook was going to go through. I will never forget seeing the fish and, and just ball. Hang onto the. Yeah. I didn't know. What was it? How was I what was the hope for, I think it through with my older brother and, you know, I didn't I didn't know what's happening, and then the whole through the cheese, we didn't keep the fish. Semi-state your own her for semi with actually hooked. Hooked myself. I was trying to be very brave and like cool. And I was trying to prove something to this guy like the girls could do the stuff to your. I can do this too out. There was a good wind and hooked myself in the leg. It was. Swabi in the neck and Yankel and sell. Oh, and set that hook man. And it all my, it was crazy, because the our guide was really just like like a Dietrich character like hillbilly crazy, like literally pulled over on the river to get some hash from one of his friends, and like all this kinda shit and these guys, they don't have a bedside manner like hoesch yet, man. Fucked up. That's gotta thug and her. And then do cut that shit out. Then I was like, well, you must have hoped people before he did not. Less time. They've what? And then it was like that, where we like pulled on. And when I pulled on the skin, it's strength like fucking droughts, like crazy, like a room, covered with rubber, like took neoprene and put it over drum, and literally, it was like whoa stretch out, like four or five inches from his next, like, I can't believe getting pop out dude. Oh man. And then I'm like, well that. That's cool. Glad that's not me. And then he site, so he's like, well, I'm like, well, what do we do? And he's like, I don't know. I mean we go to hospital but we're million miles away, and then like, what else can we do? He's like, well, we could pop it through the other side lipid off. And I'm like, well, that's another whole funny Daniels, like I don't know. And so he goes, take you said. Hey, listen. We should probably just. Chris rock him kill. Got hat. Third. Your friend or just a Fran. Really, no, this or how are you? Miss this. That good of fly fishing. Like shutting he goes, we could try move that I haven't done before. I've done it before, but it was on a dude's hand, but I never dudes neck or I take a piece of high test string like fifty pound fishing strength. And I put it around the hook and a real off about four feet, right? And get a good yank on you all the his neck tight right in taught so that when I give it a pow it'll pop out, right? But then he kept qualifying it, so my body visibly shaken and pretty nervous like this. So what do you think? Oh man. No promises. They was like a good idea. Seems like so we got. Say the good. Good idea smoke. But. Wow. And I was like I think if I hold his skin really tighten an eye position and I held the book so it was in a position where yanked, it would tear. But more pop out of the same hole. But now I'm worried that if I hold onto the hook I'm gonna get. I'm hold it might make this guy tennis next. It can't tell us what's going on having good and this guy just kept going now. And right before he pulls it, it goes, now listen, if something tears or something, you're not gonna Sumi right this and it's like, oh, jeez. All the shit. You wanna hear before the guy this is without a doubt. The worst. Man. And I fucked Groner's. Porcupine on this. And that was like an eight of an idea three thing. Thing. So I held a skin taught and you've got the hook and each one pop and it just popped right out the same hole, and it was nothing. And it literally when we went and saw Jimmy, like in the rest of the guys like later on the go, man, you got believe Dalen. He was literally, holy couldn't find a blood Mark that surgical about his strike. Yeah. Went on fishing, and I felt horrible because I cast a big win Pame up and went around. And then I yet I felt it. I felt. Yeah. But anyway, eight lady Gaga. Talking about I but I'm happy did work some beastie -ality into the news. 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Plays Lawrence, the neighbor Peterman. Let's actually my now my ringtone I love him in that role. We'd last time we talked about as much of the drew Carey show voice over work. He worked on buzz later star command with Adam, he was Batman on Batman brave, and the bold, which people love that series all around. Great dude last time uses clip, he actually commented on Twitter and the re tweeted. That's right. I super enthusiastic he loves Carol classics love him. Love him to yes. All right, this next clip. This is our quest from Vincent, DiStefano. And he emails us. Hi max panel longtime first time my best friend turned me on the podcast years ago, and I'll be at the barbecue next month. So if you and geo don't find play this clip by then expect hardy punch in the arm and what the. Fuck. Well, I'm so glad I'm not going to be the barbecue. It's okay. We don't have to worry about this, because the, the clip that Vincent is requesting is of Alana Ubon. He remembers her doing weird twenty voices and impressions, and they're going to wear Jag about the key does and Stitcher. And it goes on to say he loves the classic format looking for the barbecue. We'll Vincent, no need to punch me in the arm, because we got a clip for you. I'm girl show. Three eighty nine featuring Alana Bach Bill Simmons, Brian Bishop. This is from August. Twenty ten. This is one Theresa's already starting to make her departure from the show and fill in news girls, and some of them had careers Alana's an actress unclear if they're actually in the running for the job if there's going to be cool. He's great Jesus. She's, my favorite part of the movie waiting. She's the, she's definitely the best part of that move after gree-, she's the best part of freeway with young Reese, Witherspoon, crazy movie. She's all around great. She was the older made. They talk about this and hearing meet the fockers. She's been in my favorite movie of all time. Airborne with Seth green. She played his love interest, if all time rollerblading classic backbone, but we don't have to think about devil's backbone daily anyway, a lot of you buck is not just an airborne. She was in the Corolla studio with Adam Parola chicken from two thousand ten here we go. It's hilarious. Brian. Bill Simmons coming in today. The sports guy haven't talked to him and sometime and Lana back I always want to call you like Eubanks or something. But Leno back Alana, you know, I'd say from waiting and meet the faulkners, which I loved. So I thought the craziest role in the world you play Ben Stiller's, I guess, older virginity. Virginity to meet basic, right? And I played like a fifty four year old Cuban made. I mean you were about fact we like heavyset and put a little bit fat cushions on me. I was about one hundred six of the time. And smoking a lot of cigarettes sounded a lot older. And I looked older. What did you say? Like, when you say me to mate Vonk. Vonk. I do. I don't know where I was an so it's totally Alana's petite in pervy the same time, today's comedy and beautiful and gorgeous naked in the, the idea that they would have you play this heavy set forty something year old Hispanic man. He's insane as shows you range, speak of naked somebody, I don't I heard you were naked. I don't know how else the descri- tits on hung, very proud of that, what's going before they start hanging, like a couple of empty wallets and a couple of years. Decided why not shown to the world. What a put something in your wallet before they start. Hey. All right. Alana, I get a quick shout out to one of our find sponsors. And then we'll start with you in the news that Stitcher say Stitcher with when you're crazy. Spanish accents. He can. Stitcher dot com. Now, how does Stitcher work? It's an app, and we give you extra exclusive content that you can find only it's Stitcher dot com. So maybe one and hang out after the show and give you a little shot Bill Simmons as well. So do you have some news alone? The. Yes. Is on assignment and viscount it. So now with the news Alana, you Bach. Hey, what's going on? So police nab armed intruder at Paris home ills in that is the hill. Yeah. Man. Carrying two knives. One plastic. One for spreading butter attempted to break into Paracels, California home yesterday. Thirty one year old Nathan veep by Isla your meal. One of my people arrested at around six thirty AM pairs reportedly saw him on security cameras, and call police immediately breaking into she told cops bankers Ferber. He was being on the winners of her home, but never got inside what an idiot right on any awful. Punch it like a man break. We take your take your wife beater off. You wrap it around your right hand you punch through the glass, you break in and let the raping begin all you don't just tap on the window. Yeah. Exactly. She, you know, of course, tweeted the news says scary just got woke up to a guy trying to break into my house holding too big knives with the. Gardner blur goes atop earth attorney. Now, I'd like to Penelope Cruz. Natalie Portman Adly her apartment. I'd like to do are just a white that smile offer. To Harvard base. Yeah, a lot of Kuma for your baby. This cop was put an accident probation valley. Throw my under pants mop off. It's true. You know, I think she probably gives budgets, Paris Hilton, so Perez Hilton gives you know, head once a year Valentine's Day to her boyfriend if he's allowed to I think so. She's one for one movie, I saw you. Yeah, that's my that's my theory on those, those over. Data link horsemen. I, I don't feel like she's a blower, really. I just don't nice Jewish girl. Yeah. Feel it on her chewers girls love giving had do apparently the line Sephardic. Yeah. Okay. Well, so, okay. Yeah. No, I know you do, but I just mean every product, generally, you don't hear about it. So do you take a certain pride in that? I do. I mean it really depends but I really like the guy. Yeah. All do it. Well, it's also too. You know, is it a new guy is at a guy? Tired of are you? You know you know what? I mean. Basically, pull it taxes, and you're like, oh, really, really, really do you like a big one? I do every girl likes the big on. Storylines. Smaller liars being about twenty five. L. Listen, here's my whole cock thing. Yeah. If if you're listening, don't get Oltra defensive and start doing that thing where it's like, you know, a lot of women say too, big is doesn't feel good. They start chafing by the way that the size of the motion of the ocean, besides most women prefer oral oral sex anyway. And it's like eight with each syllable that leaves your mouth, your pockets a little bit smaller Bullshits. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I've, I've, I've, I've been through a lot of that small. Yeah. Because they seem that, you know, hey, small girl. I I've been I belong with the cave your role. You're Harry roller skate roller skate. Yeah. It's. It's the opposite. It's like a hotdog onto hallway if you really you want you want some big women like the girth. It's all about the girth, its thickness on talk. It really. And, and they got about thirty women like dirty guys woman with Margaret Thatcher lights, dirty guy doesn't wash balls. Guy talks a little smack. A little tug of the hair. I like it all do a little rough dog. You know what I like Garin Chinese Mexican, they're all different, but you like the little pull the hair, that's like a little slam of this little rough trade. Little bit sometime, little this close to write vigil. Sometimes, I mean, you know, it's like a little playful share or a full blown prison beating. No, we're not talking, the wax is at my Assar. Dude is yeah I really do a lot of conservative guys. They think they're JAMES BOND into bed there, there. You'll pay. Listener clitoris. Tell me from hurting you if I wanted to slow down. I can slow if you like just go in the bathroom. Oh, god. John, sorry, I please call my attorney. I'm going to get my Prius and drive home. Oh, I'd I leave my satchel here. Tana and the sushi. And it's a little rough trade. You wanna be a man, I do. And you try a couple of times guy. You're hoping that finally, you know, something's gotta give maybe you're you're so I really don't think so. Yeah, the endless don't are using the first time with your wife. The only member no. Couldn't have been bad good. Yeah. I you know, I I, I could have gate pretty good. Down. Then I drop off. You know what I mean? Okay. Yeah. We had we definitely had a few dates. Right. But, you know it wasn't like date girl, girl. I don't I don't really I you know, it's weird about me. I have no memory of a lot of the stuff that I've done in the past. I haven't memory of other people's lives, but don't have a great memory of my life. I introduced myself the people of interviewed already. I don't remember where a lot of play clubs played stuff like that. And it was like it was like my memory of it is sh-. It was like, you know, we had a few days, but we didn't wait till we got engaged. That's for damn sure. Of course. Put my sister, a theme said you flirted with her at vertigo. Do you remember that? Do you remember verdict? No, where downtown baby. That was like nineteen eighty nine. How does she know? Why does. Doc, you know, but you knew who see whether you wanted to know who she was a thinner. Yeah. Which she do you went after she kind of, you know, she she got a little her friends got a little too excited? She got embarrassed. They kind of walked away. What was I doing swing Haber? You were I think he pulling your pants and you start wanking that really out. Eighty nine. Think. Rick role. Wait a second. Ninety two on MTV or something. I don't I don't know. I don't know. Slow new your names would she knew my that must have been on something? Yeah. Yeah. You on something. And you was working that night. He was drunk. A theme. Yeah. What she do? She doing. She's a psychotherapist now. God help us up. She's pretty shoe. She makes me look like Gary Coleman. I mean she's really, really really, she's like five four Kinski loved her Cohen now or five years. Gary coleman. Five years back in eighty. All right, wait a second. Where's this club vertigo vertigo was a club that was in downtown LA? Don't remember ever. Go to four bit club. Vertigo prince's plays a grand slam too. I've been around the. I've probably wearing leather pants and just spinning spin never stops been now. I don't want it tonight this. You know, I would never go any clubs ever. Maybe she made it up who the hell now and I have had this sort of thing happened before mostly stories about your dick, but. Yeah, I met you before. I'll have that go, you're at asshole. It was at the airport in Denver that. And I, I have no recollection of of it. Sure. I'm pretty sure. Yeah. Sure. Wasn't Gilbert, Godfrey? Well, first off years thing, pappy sister, would have not known who I was until, like, ninety six or ninety seven okay, earliest she she could have known. I was couldn't have been ninety eighty nine runs in the family might my mom's still calls Asians oriented, so yes, she does. Yeah. So who knows who the hell knows? But resistors time here, and I was with other people or is just alone like just partying she didn't say she just mentioned she dropped that name table clip. Don't have. I guess, you know, I guess you picks a celebrity of Mike Albert, which is fairly low grade celebrity everyone, which is believe it, if you go that guy is trying to pick go to every McDonald's people are gonna bug your ass. I bet you can't even go buy tampons for your wife. I just have you ever heard of me going to a club since you've known me aside, from work things, where you're like forced to show up the, yes. No. Not known. You go to. Ever. Right. We've never talked about it really never been Hugh Grant said the same thing. I never. All right. All right. Boy, at least she was hot. Anyway. You had sex with your wife and have twins. Yeah. You need some twins. God, damn cute swimming with them today, and that I was wrestling with them today, and my son wakes me up by going tickle, tickle thick. On the back gross. It doesn't make feed. Tickle tickle, tickle? And then it comes in and he sort of cuddles with me for minute. And then at a certain point when he gets tired wants to go watch TV guitar cuddling with that he removes himself and replaces himself with a stuffed polar bear named PD has now you can cuddle he, there's a turn like a substitute for him. Yeah. My daughter is wants nothing to do with. Meanwhile bitch, but. Hon is a Swedish kid. No world. The boys of the trouble, the, you know, the trouble elbow later on that'll be his kind of trouble said it many times. I, I know he'll be just pray. He's atop at this point. Do you have any more news? George Michael amidst is smoke and hippie menace, while driving yet, George Michael yesterday pleaded guilty to being under the influence of marriage wanna when he crashed his car, and will London store in July seniors. Do back in court September fourteenth and his judge warned him that he faces time behind bars. I make it clear, the option respective centered remain open, including the power to prison. It's a series matter. The judge said, Dr was extremely pole, and there was an accident with a fuck where you thinking when you let Rams conviction from three years ago and apparently, I don't he hooked up with a commode and gang raped a koala Beijing. What what's going on with George, Michael? And I know he didn't get a little trouble in the Santa Monica men's room was that was that him. But he's really. What's up? I mean why is he is he he's just made billions of dollars? And it's kind of like fuck it maybe, I think he's bored shitless. Okay. He's not he's not without talent. Right. It's not really an old man or anything, but it, but it's been ten years, right? Or at least he's done. A lot of transit like transporting music a real clubs. Oh, if I'm a big head, which is what they're trying to fuck your sister. I should tune in. Really? Oh, good. God. The navy. Number two, drink minimum. Eighty nine anyway. Love music club means clubs. Okay. You go to a lot of gay clubs. In fact, my friend, poor hang. Yes. And he. That sound like trying to pick up or. Hey. Let's see. It's still a little recreation, not get unkindly getting. Oh, jin. May I help you can I buy that for your me? I just like to buy drink. No do that. Do that guy do that guy. Do these guys that joy joy I like doing heat? No, I wasn't. Do. I'm a cable said hor. Hey, I like these, like, George Michael. Yeah. Listen. Well, hold on a second. Feel like that's a loaded question. You let me say star head three lines. The guy that too. But then. Hey, I'm doing a little show called the main show. And if people found out that I was into hor Hanes that a horse there'd be a little issue. No, what I'm saying baby. We keep it to himself. And if you're gonna get the and I'm going to ask you move your Florida. Hold on. Hold on. I'm breaking character. What if you're not if you're a Beecher gate, believe it all in the latest, if I'm if I'm behind you. That's about strata. She. Pitcher you were so if I get caught with you, I can say an everyone's gonna be like you're not skeet. Hey, you're never the hor- now. No. Hey. It'll be a little confusion. We'll see if we can get out of it. But you're saying that in the land and community George, Michael. Oh, yeah. The land community if you're a pitcher and not a catcher. Ways fossil? If your husband of you can go and funk around on your wife. Right. And, and you know, we're all very hip brawl belts. Can basically they go and cheat on their wives. Sometimes there with men, and they're usually very straight, but it's a much easier thing. If you're a pitcher, you're not gay. You're not considered gay. I guess one could argue it is sort of the Altemus straight in it is. And it is to when like when pro wrestlers like yell at each other. You know, like when guys get into fights and screaming match it go, like I'll fuck old you down. Fuck you and ask making my bitch. Whatever Mike Tyson gets into a doesn't it has a press conference that gets into yelling mattress to certain point he just yells like, oh, make you my batch of fuck in the ASO making squeal like a woman. That's what I'm saying. So any four. Hey, let's get back to our day. Would you like to? Well, normally I drink a Miller lite, I'll have a sec as you know, when in Rome, being in somewhere Jewish coming out. You know, married I got a couple of twins. How about a bathroom you got a lady at home? I got some blow, and I got an apartment and in my mouth. Got a truck. You can ride in the back. Spanish rise a bad. Interior. I just want to mess it up. It'd be like, here's why I'll tell you why. Because I'm a celebrity, and if I get pulled over. If I'm a slab, and if I could pulled over, I don't wanna Eddie Murphy situation. My hands or Hugh Grant situation. So I'm gonna say picked you up at the Home Depot, even if it's two AM, you know, the one at Hollywood's open tell you know, twenty four hours, you'll be like say your day labor, just where the fancy shirt and shoes. No, I think not in these planner it works very easy, and you have some water and maybe some pliers in the bachelor ahead props. So now you know, you got a woman at home. I'll again but you like the fellas just became a woman. Oh, I see. Japanese chocolate. His brother. He might and he, he wants me to bring someone home. So can I really did you have bait feature on? And then we track. And then we go to my place found you ride in the bed of the truck. But yeah, you guys got a pad. Where is the ad? Yeah. I got on a fan of found thing of felt my found pay found non night are found same. Okay. Well, I'll be driving. So you just can't. Now I don't have a sliding window. So just sort of knock on, and pulling great job, you're evil best in show, may think best in show, Joel, are you on fountain Macy? Out of Jessica, when we get back to the your place on fat and. New child for that. I'm going to put you in oh wrestling shave that here's where we are. Tomorrow because I know you just do one cheek because we're gonna get to for the sun comes up snowbo- up, you they're gonna shave my ass. Lucia wrestling miss Nazis, and your roommate chocolate. He'll be making the Keith does. Going. Wonder. I think the best thing, the best compliment, if you pay. So when he's we played pay you back is she makes you feel like you're high. To be so much lead doing this fit with your really do like bottom line. I get so excited when I get a phone call from you. Yeah. Every say, may make people. You're seventy thousand people got new man every single week here, one day one, more story than we'll bring in Bill Simmons, do this is very exciting. Obama inflatable Sexto on display at age. And finally the. The Asia dull expo in China is offering anyone who's ever fantasize about making love in the Oval Office. The next best thing having unveiled an inflatable sex doll Obama's likeness at the event last week, although the product is in the first to cater toward those who may find you as politicians sexy as an Obama dildo hit show last year. Karl rove doll fucked. But that's nice give it a heart attack and died. Yeah, let's not forget, the Obama condom. Yeah. So just in this will appeal to anyone's guess it's for those one love Obama does one eight him. Well, I think I you know, I have this sort of mixed feelings about it, sort of, sort of, like, you know, when someone's talking about burning the flag, it's kind of like on one hand, you got support the right. You know we live in a country. And do these things and that the, the reason people are loud to burn flags in this country without being arrested is sort of the reason why this is a great country. But then there's a part of me wants to kick them in the nuts, and ninety that you're loud to take the president and make dildo out of home or blow up dollar whatever part of me that just I don't dig that. I don't like seeing him on the view. I don't like the boxers or briefs stuff. I call me old fashioned up type, and I sort of like the president to be the president. I didn't like all the Lewinsky blowjob hearings and all that stuff just kind of humanized him. Karol. Let's part, I don't like I don't want, I don't wanna see the present like showing up to a press conference wearing a hoodie, and sweatpants, or something like I like the guy in the suit, the low flag lapel and getting off getting air force. What look? Him just like the to president to look like the president. We should be fucking inflatable effigies of the press billionaires, and Republicans are strange people. You never know what they want. L Pacino when you do go, give me. Pacino in. Home about at all. Does she cut him our little baby? Man. Great around. Yeah. Yeah. Give me all Scarface. I mean I looked at pelican fly. About forking and saw. Keep going doesn't go with the little friend. Did you guys see that you saw funnier die? That little the fifth grade the fifth graders doing Scarface play. Yeah, I heard about it, but I don't I don't think I saw I just worked with Steve Bauer. The ACA me a- care for about the guy makes hockey skates. I wanna talk about. I want to talk about the guy. I, I, I wanna I wanna hear a little more Scarface, you wanna give me give me one where she Brian things that's world. My word my balls on bring anybody. All of them. I got thirties rolling. It's word my balls. Breaking them for any, my word and my balls, and I'm not breaking any. Don't break. Anybody got throw things in this world. My boss, and my what? Not not my one of my anybody. Brace your balls. You're working. Word more about one more. Kling kling. Here we go. Okay. I got I got two things in my life. Jeez. Schrimm right. But it's good to this world. My word and balls rig. They don't break his Iraq through things in this world, my world and my mouth, and I don't break them for aiming bond, I one. I mart why? Get a clean, my, my word and my boss. I think in this world my wife. Doing good bomb. I just get one. Variety writing I talked to our. Let's try one more time. Have fun with it here we got things in this world. My war. I'm my boss and I'll break a very there you go. Now, let's bring Bill Simmons everyone. Well we're bringing them in. Let me mention Hinna college. And now Stitcher radio presents, your Adam Corolla, extra today's topic learning to hug. I was hugging the crap out of my kid today. My son my son's hugger is a world class hugger built like a butt plug too big arms just made for hugging and he was leaving trainer. Call me Papa to like an extra from fiddler on the roof. And he says Bipasha by Sony, and then it comes up and gives me a big bear hug, and I thought, wow, that felt good, then I thought he's good at hugging. And then I thought why he's hugging, so uncomfortable for me and my family, I don't mean my son, but I mean like my mom and my head and my step, dad, all that, that I realize something's wrong, like I must not have gone through this hugging process, because there's no way it would feel as weird to hug, my mom. It does if I grew up doing this kind of hugging, and I think the same with my dad, and I was essentially telling my wife today that my hugs with my family are sort of like those hugs. You know, when your work and there's some asshole, that's like three cubicles over, and he's been working there for about four years. And you've had a couple of run ins with the dude. But things are basically Copacetic. But we both know you're not fans of each other. And then at a certain point he gets shit canned, but they have to pretend like he quit. And you know, he's not doing anything because he's exploring his options. He didn't get a raise. He's not moving on. No head-hunter got all of them. He just he just got shit can for being a dick, but because he's been there for almost five years on his final Friday. Somebody brings in some cupcakes and they throw a little impromptu. See you later, her party, and everyone has themselves that domestic. Beer. And at the end of the day on Friday after the cupcakes have eaten in the Budweisers been consumed, he's leaving. And even though you guys have never really gotten along, too. Well, there's that kind of thing of people are watching, and you're not quite sure what to do. You don't wanna be uptight. Both had three beers. So you do that move or you extend your hand shake it. And he does the let's hug it out. But it's weird stilted dude. I never liked you and this is uncomfortable. But we have to do it because people are watching hug. That's the kind of hugs, I do with my mom. Weird right? That was your Adam Karol extra on Stitcher radio. All right. We're back a lot to Bach as you heard. There was some Stitcher bonus content there at the end a lot of these shows of this time period due to partnership for a limited amount of time, there was extra Stitcher topics for the Adam Corolla show, and they would only air via the app, and then after that they all vanished, nobody has any copies them except for me. And from time to time we will be pulling in the show lost content that majority audience has probably never heard right? New content. Director's cut. All right. Let's keep the clips come before we do that. I wanna remind everybody Adam Corolla will be in Denver this weekend or next weekend. If you're hearing this on Saturday, Friday and Saturday, June fourteenth and fifteen at comedy works for Adam curls unprepared. We're going to shows each night. Come on out, watch somebody pull Adams balls, and enjoy, also being Portland, July nineteenth and twentieth in Monterey August seventeenth. So check out Adam Corolla dot com for tickets now this next clip GIO, another Email, requests. It's from Danny he writes, hey, guys, great show. A lot of fun classmates. Nebraska Jimmy bresca from the radio show. Brian plays that all time. I actually can't even hear the words great show without hearing the recipe now Bruin, everybody. Everybody audience does it too, especially if there's a pause like okay now disingenuous and Jimmy bresca two thousand six on the. Morning. Danny wants to hear one of atoms renditions of strip club DJ routine rematch, is it up with his rant that no one actually knows the name to any Led Zeppelin saw. Where we got show six seventy nine between Camille, nanjiani outs and Rosen, Brian Bishop, this before, Camille joins studio this from Tober, twenty eleven Adam Corolla does his famous jeopardy, J bit. And he has a story about doing strip club wall in Canada, and translates to this, where he talks about deejays not knowing the names of Led Zeppelin songs, and riffs hilarious bit, that goes a little something like this Jake for. Earlier in the week, I went to strip club in Vancouver, and I've just decided that strip clubs passed me by, and yes, you're not the only just a yeah. You're not the only one because when Lynch told me about this suggests some idea, I have no idea what you're talking about this all pass me by years, something to happen at the strip club, which they stopped focusing on the Bubis and they started focusing on the performance like the chicks gymnasts now. And they're on that poll and the poll ruined it because before the poll first off, let me explain the origins of the poll that chickens coked out of a brain, and it's going to fall over fetal for hang onto while she's showing us her see sized Cup titties. Now it is turned into a fucking jungle gym, and they're all Bart Conner from Jim Cada. Yes. Maybe even a Mitch Gaylord in there. Maybe. And they're doing. Feats of strength that you couldn't imagine a even the greatest Japanese gymnasts doing and doing like iron crosses and holding themselves, and you're seeing stride aided veins and things in their shoulders. You're single the definition. Meanwhile, no tits are asked just all outs. Mary Lou Retton. Yeah. It's just like looking at a sort of naked teenage boy, and the music is fucking pumping. I realized the music has sort of followed along with all these horrible energy drinks. You know how we're turning assholes into turbo charge assholes by feeding them. All these energy drinks, and Everett drinking, vodka, and red bull. And the chicks are out there, just beating the shit out of the stage. They're flipping around and again and this can be rammed up your ass. This is this just a book. And the Chipper deflate beating the hit out of it. And they're like any like. What happened to the hot, chick who you wanted to see naked? Instead, she's got the dragon tattoo on harassed all shave and she's. She's doing things where you're not marveling at her being nude. You're going cheeses crisis forearms. She's holding her complete body weight up. And then you're what wrought and this thing is just being this just pumping. And it's grinding and everyone drinking an energy drink. And it's it's just like it's become a clubhouse for asked whites now. When did we start like I'm trying to think if you have some from the fifties? I was thinking, like the fifties had a lot of saxophone. Yeah. Like this chick come out. She's got a feather. You know, ostrich feathers and everything by the way, they don't do the titty shake move anymore because they have implants, right? There's nothing to shake their snow. There's there's no, champagne glasses. Just a twenty two ounce, monster energy or rock star thing they're dumping on themselves, but it's like. There'd be a hot chick, and she'd come out and go. Wow. Look at that rack, ooh, we're gonna get to see some Bubis, you know, she'd beat tassels on, you know, clumsily shake around, but there was a little jiggle back, then, you know, like tripper. Her name was like Kay? Andy. Now, it's just like you know, they should sound. Now. What's your name tout right that after? Right. In. Everything's pumping and it's weird. And then I thought. In the sixties. I think they played like sixteen sixty music and they played like rock. There's a time like we know aced strip clubs in the eighties. They played the rock from the time and you go, oh I like this song. The hollies one woman in a black dress song back today. Right. Mary. Oh many. Hang on pleased. To. Yeah. And. Colleagues had a lot of range, because, you know, the big with heavies my brother. Seventy so together for. It's all better than that. Crazy sinto driving shit slow ride. Seventy third strip Lil little hat for you as an fog. For God's sake say eighties. Oh, yeah. Yeah. The chicken. And she's warming up the audience hears old thing there was a build up. Everything wasn't to shut up, graphs. It is in your senior face in your face chip just coming out. Like I might talk to in Jimmy's asshole the entire time. That's rack. Yeah. Yeah. That is the question that and Boehner anyone. No, I was scared. The women are scary, the Cantuta shaved and they could bench press more new pan now as long as the seventies and strippers who combined to favorites where we distribute DJ, but you play leads up with the title. Title. Right. Hey, welcome to the stage, Jane, and anyone who likes himself a little Led Zeppelin. Remember it sept- timber over here. Bob's classy lady that means a plot. Listen, fuck it at Bri shrimp and two dollar draft beers. Joy, little something Led Zeppelin called Levy take to the movies. Enjoy one from Led Zeppelin called make your garden grow. Enjoy little some from Led Zeppelin, called Potter that. Oh, here's another. We gotta let. Shade states war. Candace loves lead Sep land. Joy little a talk about. What? What? It's a step. Rocky Mountain oysters Kelly slash stand. I don't know. Eight about. Hey quit, you created traffic-related character states took? Right. State's got another Led Zeppelin song, Kev against that separate super set. This was called. Quarterback wristband here all the separate. Sakai. Panetta's stage, four four finance say, we got businessman special coming up, noon to two on Wednesdays only ancient client, thanks very much five dollars bay. Yeah. This one is called. Curies Mishi k. Lissi Kashmir's hot. Got damnit complete some fucking cure. I can't do Led Zeppelin anymore ser. Pero Pia band, or other ten years. Seventy five forgot. How about Jackson Browne running fucking running on Indies running on empty? Call running on empty if the two hundred thousand times. Oh. Purple. State. This is. Living love. Clock. Visit a Kili flat one. This is where bread. Well, I'll wait. I know this one this is I love age. Live in London large. I gotta get. Oh, this is Alan Mony fails. Please seals cross. Let me go I blow. But here that one start because you really didn't other titles. I just, you know, I thought the fact that Led Zeppelin, let's plan. It's somewhere my book, but the simplest band in the world that they named around Led Zeppelin one and two and three and four. They just put a number, but then they're songs are never in the title of the song. So you're, you're left with Kashmir or misty mountain hop or achilles last stand, or something, I don't know how you request that song to that the J without just doing the ramp. Bomo. No, no, no, no, no, no. Now out. Now. He's talking about how money you know what I mean? He's got a purple alligator and a sixteen foot hand. I don't know the lyrics I works. You can't request song. You can't find this when you're looking at down. I don't know all the songs on Led Zeppelin, too. You haven't heard of any of them until someone plays. It's the most secure a rock band can be. That's all it's the exact opposite of the thong song. Adams classic strip club. DJ bit. Never gets old. Gio. What's this next clip? One is Adam Karol show, fourteen twenty listener requests from Kevin, w he says, hey guys, I don't remember exactly when this was or who the guest was just a few years ago in the podcast, the recall, and the gang we're talking about nights in white, satin by the moody blues, and they played along with plenty of spoken word section that we're kestrel foresters came along with it now with this request. I'm not sure a family exact when he wants a couple of them. So this is a clip of a collar, who's asking them to discuss the song for the blues, the very short clip and Mike Dawson reads the opening poem. Real quick. I was wondering, if golfing can do the nice and white fat to oh, can, you get the words start in from the song from nights? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, we'll figure that that out for you. That's the moody blues. Oh or that rules the night valid. Yeah. Keep the gathering gloom. Yeah. That's right. All right. I have Dawson, yet you want me to read it. And I think that's the planning breathe deep. The gathering gloom watch lights fade from every room, exiting people look back in lament another day's useless, energy spent impassioned lovers wrestle is one lonely, man cries for love and has none. Knew mother picks up and Suttles or some senior citizens, which they were young cold hearted or that rules. The night removes the colors from our site. Greg is gray and yellow white. But we decide which is right? And which is an illusion the out of think ever let you do that, at the beginning or the end of any song anymore on the radio. Just clip it clip. It off. And there we go white satin by the moody blues, the breakdown on the Adam Parola show. Now, if you're listening to the show in the grocery feed and want to hear tomorrow's episode. Remember subscribe to Corolla classics on apple podcast podcast one Google. And if you're on apple podcast, please rate and review the show, we love that five star rating that you guys gave us very nice. And we wanna keep it going it does help the show out. So if you haven't done it already pleased, do so. All right GIO. What are we got for this next clip? We've never listen request. Hey guys classic show. I love to hear the clip where Adam fantasizes about scientists celebrating their pandas, finally copulating, only to have the milk pan to pull out of the last Senate as laughing so hard step in an alley and compose myself scared a bum half to death they fix. It was twenty thirteen ish. Maybe Enes hearing was guest. There is a version. I believe on that, but I found one that predates it. This is from Adam Corolla show, six. Six to live show. I was actually in town for this. It's dubbed David off Alison Rosen, Brian Bishop as from July eleventh. Twenty eleven it's a hilarious live show. Very fun to be. There was an improv show and adamant delve Ariffin on stage and the panel topic comes up a little this truth. Curl. Classic moment. This deficient parts of the culture. Like, there are here they manifest themselves differently. You know, it's like jersey short Sheelah everybody's like, what's up with those guys? I don't know what's up with monkeys at the zoo, like monkeys, right. How do you respond there monkeys? So that's what they do. They swing and throw she it. I don't know. That lost some momentum. I feel like the whole jersey shore getting Mercifully you'd think glowing down. Yes, every time there's a new season. I think it gains momentum again if momentum is measured by me watching it, but is it is the new season on now. Now it's not on right now. Apparently snooky has left the house. And then I think Vinnie was just arrested. I don't follow it. Well. No, it's not. It's lost some of its sheen. Which one is, is having a kid or some which was not having a kid. Well, I don't know which one is or isn't I just know they all should like the idea. I don't know people should really fuck. And think about this kid thing before, pushing more and it'd be nice. Wouldn't it too many people chop on forest all over the in China? There's limited room for panda. I don't want to live in a world without pandas every time you have a baby panda die. I don't wanna world without pen. You know, I do koalas okay because I don't wanna live in a row without quality. I don't wanna live in a world. With the every time you open the papers woman with ten kids in no months, maybe should have one kid. You'd have nine times. It's my vagina fly trap, shut it. So I don't have to live. So I don't have to live with Kenny after you give birth to him. You know what I mean? I think it's funny, the thing that cracks me up about pandas I think it's somewhere. Most animals. We don't want to fuck like most animals like dogs and cats spay, and neuter spaying noon. And we head there's one animal, we would like to fuck Oetzi one animal refuses to fun like every other animals a fucking machine. That's all they do animals, basically, kill eat in Faulk. That, that's all they do. The we're always trying to keep animals from fuck each other's. That we would like to, and there will not the zookeepers walking in with a bottle of wine, chant strawberry day, like. Chocolate. They have they've showed them paying poor. And they always. Just turned off by their like this is risque. Born again turned off. I would be funny to if I was a panda. And, you know, you have all those guys in lab, coats, zoo, people, they're always watching like at some point, I would approached a female pan. Oh, oh my God. Looks like he's going to engage in sex. 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Carolla Classics: Philip the Juggler, Windbreaker Rankings, Asa Akira Interview

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But a lot of these clips, our listener quest which eleven if you want to write in a listener requests Email us classics, Adam dot com, or tweet us at Giovanni, Giorgio actress locks, Mon and will play them for you. It's that easy every single request gets analyzes. Well, so if you've requested a clip of the past two months, but you haven't heard played I'm probably still searching for anything's the Email through our Twitter stream through even my direct messages. Even if I have to transcribe the request and put it into the Google document. We are keeping track of every single request, and we'll get to this soon as I find chill out, everybody. All right. This first clip is from James he writes. Hey geo and Chris, max patta could you? You find that clip. I think it was a live show where Adam and Gina were role playing Adam being a consent form collector, and Gino was playing college chick getting laid Adam was asking sign the form from outside her dorm room making fun of PC culture, based guys love the show. Let's James out. Adam cruel show, seventeen sixty eight is not a live show, featuring David Jabber, bombed Gina grad, Brian Bishop from February twenty sixteen. This one's in studio. There may be an additional live show that over this again. But I think this is the exact exchange he's looking for, and it is hilarious. Two thousand sixteen. And Finally, I don't know if you saw lady Gaga performance or her introduction. But vice president Joe Biden introduce lady Gaga when she sang the song till it happens to you, which was written for the twenty fifteen documentary film, the hunting, ground that deals with campus rape in the United States. This is Biden's intro, arm asking you to join millions of Americans including me President Obama, the thousands of students, I've met on college campuses, and the artist here tonight to take the pledge a pledge that says, I will intervene in situations. When consent has not or cannot be given. Let's change the culture. Second should I just go dorm room to dorm room when I hear people fucking? Hey sorry, I just sort of kicked the door and pop depends on the hinges. Anyway. Everything cool. Yeah, we're trying to eighty. Yeah. You know this. Yes, he's my boyfriend. All right. Can you get the fuck out? Are you balls? You're right now, I'd like to continue. There's a half drunk Schaefer that sitting in the sitting on top of your. We're fine. Okay. Can I tell you that George Foreman? Coker is illegal to be in the storm. You anyway, you're cool. Plug it. All right. Anything written is you give me your consent. Yeah. When I was screaming for Jesus when, you know, he was ploughing me out, it's fine. I'll tell you what you get your paperwork together. I'm gonna go to the next door room. But make sure everyone's rendered consent, just inside realize this uncomfortable. Whole obser-. Okay if you're not coming out. Okay. Good. Tell you what. Let's go ahead, put the door back pop pins back door back on the hinges just f y used to do this for a living, and our P non-removable pens, there's a little sets grow in there. If the knuckles are going to face out, anyway. It's the safety thing. Let's get Marin that simply slide the consent form into the hall all just go ahead and check it initial it, and send it slide it back for you. All right. My boyfriend is officially in his refractory period. Okay. Well, that's where I like them. Anyway, I got a couple of floors to cover. I got dorm to cover. There's off campus housing as well. So I'm really I'm really we probably spent too much time degree. Look, there is a box that says, I can squeeze, your left titty, if you'd like to check that on the consent form, will it make you leave Esther I will leave and different mindset and probably have a little more. Wind beneath my wings had that at the left one's a little fuller. Thank you. All right. Moving on. That's going to be awesome. Thank you hero. Thank you. Joe Biden hero. Thank you. All the heroes. Thank you, heroes. And by the way, never stop patting yourselves on the back for what amazing amazing amazing brave brave heroes. You are. Fucking blowhards shut the fuck up and hand out the awards which police, you're being sarcastic, and more realize you I. I thought. Joepat gets a standing ovation. For what some of the fast hair plugs, down in the seventy normally Larry Miller's plugs in turn out by, but no really, what a guy gets hair plugs in the late. Seventies. It's really bad at this point is career but not you not you Joe your hair plugs, are awesome on even know if you could ask one accomplishment of Joe Biden knew anybody in that room, and they could come up with something. But anyway standing for Joe. And then he comes out very controversial position. He's against campus. Rape. That's the way I heard it split the room. Right. Everyone's a hero. Thank you. Eight sleep dot com, chronic sleep deprivation leads to depression, diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular disease. It is. No, boy, no, we need eight hours, or at least seven and a half. So says the sleep Dr one of the biggest problems temperature. I my whole life. I've been hot sleeper. I sweat through my sheets and my mattress my son's a hot sleeper. It's like a genetic thing, it's a problem, and it needs to be fixed. How many times you woke up comforters all sweated through? So let's take care of it. The pod by eighth sleep. 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So check tickets at Adam dot com. Jio this next clip that we have is from two thousand thirteen with this one. I'm cruel show ten eighty four. It Steve's Ripa also rose. And Brian Bishop, this one is alive show may of twenty thirteen as you mentioned. It's live from Ouchi Steve talks about all the people his phone contacts. We have to delete, and that segues into a couple separate topics that I've found very funny. Let me get some Q, and it goes through a couple of these questions before it drops off really hilarious prime house and stuff talking about a spank Bank. I was searching for another clip that, I still haven't found yet, but for the person requesting spank Bank will probably clue them in that on. Two thousand thirteen live from Adam's old restaurant. Molefi. Listen, as long as I act like an asshole, I'll never get all, so you're clinging to your youth, because many people would just say forty nine at this point. Well, I you know, I thought about it, but I thought, well, forty eight. And when I turned forty nine I'll start start saying forty nine yeah, I wanted to be technical, plus. I wasn't sure, you know, the way the people listen to these, we're, we're talking about time, I'd be a hypocrite to jump ahead five days or whenever is also do you feel any different now that you've got to be forty nine that you did? When you were forty. No, no. Although although I don't feel forty you think is old forties. Not all the starts everything starts to kick in around forty five. When I kick in, I mean, you start to die. Yeah. If you read the bitch. Ooh, Aries everybody's, you know, like in the forties and fifties. Everybody's dying going, I know in my phone I must have fifteen people that were friends of mine that died in their five. I'm old in their forties and fifties. Yeah. In your phone phone. I don't take them out. They're still on the phone. Oh, I see. I get it. You're not just collecting. Putting your phone. That's bad. Luck to take on the phone. I keep them they could die because they could die. Steve. Yeah. That's weird. I never. Yeah. Well, I would take people out of my phone, but I don't know how to that's part of my problem. Do you how do you, do you do when you have someone in your phone or Email one of these so? And I just got this far flipped and I just upgraded to this one it flips. It's a clam shell with a piece of cat gut tied to it for people at home this to the other phone, this audience reacted like he pulled out a skull. Your lord. How do you communicate with others? No wonder everyone's dead. Who's in your phone? I all from the seventies, my grandmother, her outgoing message had her, and my grandfather, in it for a good seven years. I mean, or maybe until she passed that can't I can't recall what happens with the younger generation now is when someone dies a lot Facebook or it becomes a memorial that goes on forever. Like I still see people posting on someone that I knew who died Facebook like so miss your bro, and it's like, yeah, they can't hear you. I well. Know why the afterlife, I don't like I don't like the ones where they do the thing where they put all the candles, and the flowers by the lamppost that the guy hit on the moped. The fight. They put the bicycle too. This is a really funny. They pay the bike, white put the I don't have that here in New York. It's all over. Yeah. They paint the bike, why if the guy like a big hit by a car drunk drive a crash in the bike, put the bike. They have it at the site, they painted white. And then they have the flowers. And really, we just we just have the flowers ghost bike. Yeah. That's weird. And then and then it's always clear, like what's the time? Limit for the candles with the virgin Guadalupe on there. Yeah. Lowers like at some point when you clean it up whose job is to get rid of that stuff because you're cursed man. Yeah. It's your job to get rid of all the memorials. That's bad juju. You don't want that. Yeah. Yeah. No. You don't you, you don't wanna be the guy who drives the memorials pony and. And that is that is bad, right? What about the newspapers? You ever see this, like the Pichu airy, then they'll say we miss you. It's been ten years, and they write it like is the guy reading the paper, the guy's dead. Now they always do that. It's been five long years. I miss you. I don't even like when they dedicate the bench, I had no go to the zoo, and you're trying to enjoy your kids. You're like this is Sheila and Tammy Fagin bomb, beloved, you know, and it's like oh, let's see. And then you start doing Samatha. She outlive, you like fourteen years. Let's see. He died eighty nine like let me rub some ask juice on this old couple. Awesome. How does that work? Is that a family that has so much money? They don't know what to do with it. So they're donating to benches. The front row says. Yes. Well, hold on a second. I, I, I had one of these bench first off, what if you have to far, what's, what do you do? You have to get up an excuse yourself. You don't know that the memory of, of the. Egging bonds and your far ding on their basically on their memory. But more married forty nine years far too on this relationship. I don't think so. I was no but here's what it does it forces, you to think of dead people. Yeah. I I was in. I was in Monterey. I was a beautiful day. I was going to the racetrack at Laguna Seca and I had a little time to kill. And I took a little walk up and down. Fisherman's Warf there, the cannery and all that stuff. And I did the single I'm just going to sit here and look at the beautiful Pacific Ocean and see the ri-, and I started to sit down, and all of a sudden, so the oceans out in front of me, right? I'm like, oh, it's a spectacular day, and then I'm like, oh, I'm going to sit here. One of this guy die. Jesus. He was born in forty eight and he died any G's. He wasn't that old. And then I said, looking at the next bend next thing, you know, just collecting dead people's names, my back is turned to the ocean understand, or all of a sudden. Just staring dead. People go and cheese. I wonder what year I make it to. They made a bench this shouldn't name benches after Ted people trying to Joe the fucking few here, how dare well, look if the burial at sea, let's just throw the bench out at sea and let me to sit on a bench, but we not afford benches, whose time wish was it to have a bench devoted to them? Anyway. Could get money. Anyway, I wanna barcalounger with the massage. Some hard wooden sitting there. I want one of those cabs. He covers all the beads. Yeah. Classy. That's right. Yeah. That says me. Yeah, barstool would be nice says a little bit more about the man. That's your favorite ball that yeah, yeah I'm just saying would be named shit. You don't rub your ass on after the deceased. I. Hinchey rub my ass unless I got an edge something came up yesterday. We were talking about, you mentioned farting. So this is a far related question. Do you feel the need to lift up? I do. Why? Well, it's a kind of first off, I like five finally the important question. Well, let's I sort of want I wanted to be known that imparting has Mickley you know what I mean. That's consider number one. Number two, you always lift the I do live alway I can't I can't say one hundred percent of the time pulling out footage, you're far and not leaning to one side and be pasta here in front of these people. But almost all the time. Yeah, I'll tell you why. Because it free. I feel like it frees it up. See some this greater volume someone that person beat my mom making the argument recently without lifting up. It just it climbs back in, and I'm like, that's no no. It doesn't it doesn't climb in. I think what you're I think what you're going to be a prairie dog. Climbs back in, I think enjoy your meals tonight. The brush old. Now here's what I think it's sort of, like, I don't know. It's like, you know, the people pinch your nose off when they sneeze. You don't get the full sneeze out. Great. The lean I'm going about sixty five to seventy percent unless I get lean going otherwise there's still some trapped in there and it's going to be sucked into my pores. And somebody told me if you hold it in enough. Your breath will get stinky. I know it sounds insane, but why wouldn't it? Well, no. Hold on a second. If somebody's gonna look this up our and burps, basically the same thing. Well, you have, yes, you have X amount of gas to secrete per day you just do unless your name is on a bench somewhere. You have X amount Steve. I'm guessing your little the average. Yeah. A little bub every day, I don't think every day, every day, God willing, you have X amount that comes out is some so many cubic feet of gas. So we measured out a what must pass through you. That's that's it as you wake, as you breathe as you eat, as you inhale. Is your two x amount and? I think it's probably volume. You know what I mean? So if you're two hundred pounds put up that much one hundred pounds put up that much depending on your personal flora, and finally marries from human being human Bank. But the point is put out certain amount a day. If you're not putting it out, where's it going birth? Reabsorbed birth. I don't know. I don't think it's all in that coming out of the same hopper. I don't think we're we're we are ladle ain't going into the same pot. Everytime. That's what I'm saying. I'm just saying somebody told me you then reabsorb and then it starts coming out in other ways. I like that idea. I don't know if it's true, but I know of a couple and the woman told me that she and her husband believed that holding in a fart is kin to keeping a secret. That's because you keeping something from your loved one, I'm going to use that on end literally on her. All right. Gary ECB can find that I'm not good enough, scientifically to figure out this reabsorbed of ask theory. But I'm telling you, it's out there, Gary. Yeah, I love it. When you're what he's going to search here, what I make a plea remain motionless for long as possible that it stills confidence in me. I'm telling you. It's out there. All right. Do we have some questions from the audience and Steve, feel free to jump in and answer with me? If you're like we were going to have them asked now. Has raised. Please hands. Raise gentlemen, right in front rows and very politely. Yes. Quest. Mail order brides, he wants your opinion. This is a mail order brides. You know, I have this theory that you have a higher, likelihood of having that relationship workout. Then you picking yourself. Honestly, really? Yeah. Here's why now where do they come from Vietnam? So Russia Russia, I think the Russians are a little pricier. I've been weights I believe that. Yeah. But they come from all over the world, and they wanna come here to have a better life. A few things first off, when you pick your own you then use all your horrible neuroses to do your picking. You don't know how many young thank you. You don't know how many young girls spoken to her, like married this, dude. And he's horrible abusive alcoholic. And then I go was your dad and alcohol. Yes. My dad was an abusive alcoholic. And my verse boyfriend was abusive to. And now I'm married to a guys use. And then I go well, it's because your dad oh, I hate that son of a badge. I want nothing to do with him. You think it's a coincidence, he's just married and abusive alcoholic. So that's what you do when you're left alone. But you couldn't do that, if someone just, just picked the picture, just pop up at the door, they just show up and that big FedEx box, and you put that glory hole in it. No, no. Just for the first couple of weeks. Eventually, we'll let them out right? Acclimate. Yeah. We got a. Got to test them out years ago. They do range marriages, Tian's, Jewish people that, Jerry, you know, you just you'll get a marry that girl, down the block, the father, then you stay with them forever. Yeah. Your own bad picker and the Rosie's did not get involved with the equation. I'm telling you. It's a better way to go. I said the whole whole in the boxing is just you can send them back if you're not experiencing, you know what you paid for. That's all, but eventually, they're coming out of the box, isn't there already, and it's not going to put food in the hole and stuff like that couldn't you just use the air hole. What's our? It's not worth it. At this point. I said, it's you just use the air hole. It's already poked. The air holes at the top. Everyone knows that. And that's great. In case it rains those have louvers. Yeah, it's hard to get your cat. Here's all right. Sorry, I don't mean what I spoke at a turn food through there. Yeah. I think now the problem with mail order brides. There's two problems. The main problem is there's a woman who thinks this would be a good idea. She's on one side of an ocean. She thinks I basically just want to marry someone. So I can move to Houston, and go to gilson's once life, you know what I mean. And then there's a guy who basically looks at a woman property. So you're dealing with two people that probably aren't the greatest candidates here for, for this kind of activity. My I have a cousin. And when I say cousin that we're Corollas. So we don't know. We have a lot of half this, and not by not no blood and step this and. Opted that and oh, I never met my biological this or that. But we just call people cousins for lack of a better whatever he brought his he, he was in the service. He went to, like, Vietnam met himself a gal broader back. She brought her mom with her. I think she was doing a little work out of the house. If you know what I mean with mom overseeing the activities. She opened internet business. She opened. She was open for business. Yeah. Husband open for the family business found out, but not not until the head six kids, so it doesn't always have a happy ending the mom was pimping out. You're saying, I think so. Yeah, the mama song, he's still the most successful Corolla by the hill, the most celebrated at the at the family functions. Story. It is goal. But horrible. Yeah, so but I think a lot of Russians come over. They know they're going to get married. Get the green card Graham summit, this guys cash and get the hell out of it. You know, I'll tell you what I would have liked to have done just I get a little pre. She she and my wife's from the United States. Sadly, I'd like to send her to Russia and buyer. You know what I mean? You know what I mean? That's better than me new in your house. Right. More romantic. And then she'd appreciate every goddamn thing I gave her. She couldn't believe it. She was like your car windows, that roll up when you push your button, God, this is up believable. Wait. I get out of this box. Yeah. It'd be a little confusing with wise. Mommy. The box. Yeah. Surprise and it'd be funny. The Russian one should come into box where you open it up. And there's a slightly smaller box in there and then you just keep going. And there's a midget. That'd be awesome. Awesome mail order midget Russian bride. Thinking about ordering on why. Yes that question. You work at tutoring. Yeah. And by the way, I think they find mail order bride, pejorative. I think it's bitches you buy on the internet is the way is what they're going by now. We, you're happily, I'm sorry. You're happy married, but you are considering a mail order bride before that. How did you meet the lovely lady who is now your wife? Yeah. She's a, she's a catalog model. You know if you know what I mean you order a mail mail order bride. Yeah. I do a male male on a bright, interesting so much guy wants a Russia guy. Yeah. I see that, that doesn't that doesn't really work because I feel like there's plenty of dudes here that are, you know, easy enough to pick up, but there must be some of that, right? Must be ooh. Ooh, there's a good sitcom. It's the guy. Tyler Perry presents. Got to pretend like these days so we can get bought up and leave. The village. Then when he gets to the big mansion in Texas, you know, he has he's going to get the rest of his family from the village over there. But he's got to pretend to be gained the whole time. Perfect strangers three's company meets bosom. Oh. Gooding junior's gonna be. Comes. Yeah. That's where are we? Sorry. We have another question. Yes. Alison, please. Play the bomb. It sound let let me. That was the wrong. But the question was also never made an appearance into spank Bank. I guess I don't know what that is out of let you answer. Well, see, now let me tell you something. This is an answer that could be offensive. No matter what way you go. Because if you go hell yeah. I mean I, I ran into her the Bank last night, long line. That's a problem. But if you go. Dude. I like my cock like then that's a situation there. What would you prefer? No, I mean you don't want the let you know what the person laughing about it and going are you insane. You think we're out of porn usually I have an answer. I'm trying to figure out what I would prefer. Well, hold on time by some time would be flattering. I've never had a gay guy come on to me, and it, it bothers me a little bit. You know what I mean? I haven't either but little bit. Like I you know, I sleep okay at night, but it would be nice. You know, so, well, built guy, you know. Yeah. Young young Turk type. Maybe an attorney, you know, twenty seven to pair of himself ship and sell you're gonna get some fat old guy. Yeah. Like a sixty eight year old I listen, whatever any port and a gay storm. You know, I think my honest, non funny answer would be. Well, of course, you would be the type who would make an appearance. I mean, I'm only human after all, but because of our work relationship. It just I would never even enter my mind. Okay. So here's my answer. No answer. You this is this. I think. That if Alison I didn't work together on a daily basis. And I didn't have such a high level of respect respect respect for her professionally, if it was just a situation where I was eating at this restaurant, she was my waitress. Hell, yes. I wouldn't even I wouldn't even wait to leave the restaurant. Because we worked together and because I've such journalistic respect for her and ability, and her Bility's I could never do that. That's good stuff. Right. I like that. Ludo TV the leading free. Streaming television service watch over one hundred channels and thousands of movies on demand, completely free. 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Adult film performers were a staple of love line, and even to the morning show a little bit. But kind of died down and their appearances. It's kind of an old school nineties radio things turned it. A bunch of people did it Adam always had a unique chemistry and vibe, because he was actually connoisseur of the Johnny. So unlike other people are trying to be salacious. He actually knew he was talking about. And when comes on it's just a hilarious meeting of the minds, as it were. I hope she comes back for another episode. Very soon, let's listen to this hilarious of meeting of the minds thousand fourteen episode thirteen six Mosig, Cuba. Secure in studio. How she's dolt filmstar very easy on the eyes. Insatiable porn a love story. Available on Amazon, you know, to do help support the pirate ship damn curl dot com and book market hit the Amazon by our all our books, including curious book, and podcast is well, she's Christ who doesn't have a podcast, I predict by the year two thousand and nineteen. There will be more people that have podcasts and people who don't actually have podcast, take that long DVD says it's called. Anyway. I'm sorry. You know, so you worked as a dominatrix for while I did it was my first job out of high school, where for me, it was carbon clean, same gig. Where did you Where'd you grow up? I grew up in New York City, I was just like walking down the street one day and a guy was like, and I was nineteen at the time, and he was like, do you want to be in the entertainment industry? And I was like, yeah. And then I followed him up to his dungeon which I mean now back like, what are you doing? It works out for me. You know, I didn't get raped. No, I was. Okay. And it was a legitimate legal dungeon. How many clients would you see a day, usually? Well, I worked the night shift sure. So I probably saw maybe like on a busy night, six guys. How slow night to how many months or years, did you work there? I did it for about a year, maybe a little over. Did you ever run into a black guy or a Mexican guy theory? Possibly like Puerto Rican ish. But like the can I don't think so. Definitely non guys. Like I don't think I even saw any black guys in the waiting room. Never never. I know why one guy was working on the floor buffer. But no. I've said many times black guys. They're down enough. Mexican guys are down. And they don't need a fucking crop. You smack in the ass. They wanna get laid their, their practical. They're gonna they're gonna shell out. It's why. It's why you don't see any any of the Mexicans on a construction site drinking a smoothie because that's five bucks and for five bucks. They can go to the fucking Taco Bell. A fucking king now, maybe may kill. But they're not like if you're going to pay two hundred dollars, you're gonna blow job. You're not gonna get written around and have someone smacking you in the ass, and call you piece of shit. Your psychological need your shit tree like ship during the day. That's what your boss does. Well also I've noticed like being in porn and being a stripper and all those things like black is pretty vanilla like they don't even there, I would say, a lot of them compared to the white guys, don't even like to eat pussy. They most of them are like anal. Take it or leave it. Whereas a lot of the white guys are like as my favorite hol. So I have my license plate frame was another title your book. Yeah. It'll be the next one. No, they haven't they'll get willing when the great, Dr Martin Luther King vision comes true, they will come to that place where assets their whole and where they're getting beaten my riders crop and running around the bit in their mouth, just have not advanced, you're gonna get your circumstance. The live. There's a couple of things I've said many times if you want to go be dominated, you've got to be the boss. Man. I feel like it's a boss, man who comes in there. He's in charge of two hundred people, and then at ninety comes and sees you. And now it's your turn to dominate him, generally when you're getting your ass kicked all day doing roofing jobs, you don't want to go in and get your ass kicked again. Or pay I want kick your ass. You're paying somebody to rub your balls. Right. Not me. You'd see opposite. You're paying for the opposite of what you have. Yeah. I feel like I feel like as I said many times when it comes to eating pussies squeak from my black guy, for my bass on my football team over at LA valley college, I don't eat anything that gets up and walks away when I'm done. He's very. Yeah. So my theory holds true with the, the dominatrix mostly just white guys, probably pretty well to do. Right. Yeah. Definitely a lot of like businessmen bosses. Like you said, a lot of scenic Jewish people. I wasn't there type. They're not into me like they like, like the blonde dis. Yeah. Now, that is their fucking kryptonite the Jews, you show them blind. Yeah. Well, also, it's like not cheating, if she's non-jewish. Right. Is I think for them. That's like what it is. Yeah. Whatever whatever the Jewish. You're not even like human. There's, there's a part where you wanna work a super naughty. There's, there's a part of sex that I never really quite understand it, but it doesn't hold a big allure for me, which is like my plan was always just have sex with the best looking person that would let me have sex with them. That was always my plan wherever there's a lot of guys that need a lot of other stuff baked in, and I never understood that part where it's like I need to be humiliated on, you need to be humiliated, or I needed to do shit. Not because it felt good to me because felt bad to you like all all these other layers, I never need. I just figured fucking find someone who's good looking see if they'll hold still and like you have sex on them. I also think it's like kind of a different era now like now that kids are. Growing up with porn on the internet. You know they've been watching porn since like they were eight you know, like no big deal. I just got him view mass their disc with anal. I'm old school, but I'm new school. Progressive. What don't mix it up with the Grand Canyon? Or maybe you should. Antic hole. So, yeah, I mean, it's a lot of spitting and smack in all that stuff, so so a year or so that, what was what was your average call like your average varied so much. I mean, some of them were not even submissive really like a lot of guys would just come into role play and jerk off because at the dungeon, there's absolutely no sex. The furthest, we can go like we can touch them if we're beating them or if they're like sucking on our toes or something, but we cannot give them hand jobs, nothing like that. Is your holy such prudes? Yeah. Strip clubs are way more Hooker than dungeon. I feel like the dungeon floor should be sort of like the one in birdcage. Where there's the grill that everyone walks on underneath, it's the sports second from USA today. I don't feel like I feel good. That dungeon floor with the toe-sucking you know, in a lot of beaten off going on. Well, if you're not into it, you wouldn't even be there, fair point selecting sample. Seriously carpet, carpet, and dungeon. There's no carpet. It's really cold it smells like rubbing alcohol. It's I mean it has a weird energy to it. I sure like it doesn't feel like you don't walk in, like this is a nice cozy player. They beating off in front of me. Let me tell you that. What he's wondering. Yeah. I guess it was a while ago. I guess it went into their hand now. That I'm not all of it. Mean there's definitely DNA everywhere. Yeah. And like, in terms of your proximity when they're beating off where where I I'd be behind them. Because I've seen sperm go every which way but loose, I don't think I cared much about it. You didn't. I don't remember thinking about it that much, you weren't wearing like has Manitou. No, no. And then I mean, it wasn't like everyone came a lot of guys would come high on coke. Good. Yeah. So they would just book like six hours sessions and just never come, but kind of touching their Dicks little. I'm sure. Yeah. Did did. Now is that a good thing? Like when you knew the guy was beaked up. You're like one hand speak up on the other hand. No flying tonight. For me. I hate coke and like I when I was a dominatrix. It was definitely like a drug phase of my life. Like I was partying I should say, but I never liked coke and people on Coker really annoying to me. So, like, I never really enjoyed it, but I did have this one guy who smoked crack. And I never did it with him until this one time. And it was her smoke crack. Well, yeah. And it was like the most amazing feeling of felt great. But then I came down, so hard and I never did it because it was just too horrible. So most of these guys, you see a lot of the same guys and they would ask for you, and would they just show up in their businesses tire locker room over there at the dungeon, like? Like the other guys with the towel. Hey, bert. Looking good. See out there. No, it's not like that. Like there's a locker room but it's only for the girls, the guys if they're doing any dressing and undressing, which they do because some of them like to wear leather, or to be naked or go up, what sex swing or whatever. 'cause we would fuck them with strap ons. Oh, that's really. Let's. But I worked the night shift so a lot of guys a lot of it was. It was lunch crowd in there. Yeah. And there is the lunch crowd. So. Oh. Didn't see them. So did you have your own dungeon? No, no. There's just the just starting out. It was called the nutcracker suite. And they've actually shut down since someone left a guy hanging by his ankles. And I guess they forgot about him and he almost died. They have all the ambulance and everything he didn't die. But I mean that's was he pissed or was he released Peterson. Thing is run both of his forehead car accident. No. He was walking down the street mugged. What was there a mugging? No. I feel like this could go on for days. I'm just gonna do what they, I'm going to flip over all the cards. Just don't tell me it was working out. At told him, be careful the treadmills burns calories. I knew tell you. Tell you I don't know. He may have tried to do a crunchy. Well, he was inverted. I'm not saying he wasn't working out doing some crazy exercise. He was upside down. Well he's being violently corn. Hold by small Asian woman with a strap on. And then she'd forgotten about what kind of. Either the best or the worst. You wanna look at it. I don't know ultimately happy or upset, or what I mean, I'm sure ultimately upset right now. You can't we've John's, hey, can I say this? If I was beating off. You know what it's like when you do and therapy, and they kind of get their start getting in that wind up mode like you're right in the middle talking about how much you hate your stepdad, and they're like. Okay. Well, these are these are all good thoughts. If we've got you can kind of tell their bra going on and got a lot going on. Like, we've got a lot out and work with saying is a c next rolling up if I'm trying to beat off and I had a little coke buzz, and you're kind of going, well, we've done a lot of corn, holing, you've been bad that you'll be bad again. We bad again. Bitchy got shut off on this fucking close. I know we're wrapping this up. We had a system, which was ten or I think it was either ten or fifteen minutes before the session ended. There was an intercom, and the general manager of the place, which was like this Harley Davidson, dude would be like it would be like beep. All right. Fifteen. Usually over the intercom, but usually, that's actually where they start jerking off your. I mean some guys jerk off the whole time like kind of like. No half ass jerking. It's that it's that when you're jogging and you hit a streetlight and you're running in place. Just like forty five men right, right? And then the fifteen minutes. Sorry. Sorry, the blower and tells you, it's, you know, did they ever want you to do things that, you aren't comfortable where shar definitely, and they would be like, although there, do it. That was a trick. Just mainly hand jobs. I don't think they would have ever tried to go for more on especially, but especially like the submissive guys, they don't actually wanna fuck because for that, like for the same price you could just go on Craigslist, and get a hook are like they part of the not getting laid is, I think part of the, the thrill for them, so they can obtain. Their once you get really specific like, you know, my mom's name is Mildred. Oh, yeah. I need to work that in Italy, totally there's a lot of that, like, there was a guy with a dentist fetish. A lot of guys with micro Pena's they had micro, micro Pena literally had micro pain, like the I don't know if it's a disease or syndrome or what? But I'm dish. Hey, no fence. But they would like to be humiliated about their small penises that was a really common one golden shower. To get shit on. I wouldn't like I draw the line there. Well, for me I need twenty four hours, not much moving on you. Same with anal. Like I need I need a heads up. And then with the cancellation you gotta pay to. Yeah. Yeah. There's someone's got to pay for all that fiber. Right. So now hold on a second. We just sort of glossed over the part where there was a swing and there's strand von but yeah, fucking that was probably my favorite thing, the fucking because for me, I'm not like I'm not, I'm actually insects. I've come to discover I don't really like being dominant that much. But one thing I really love doing like wearing a strap on and fucking guy. It's such a power trip like no, it's. I wrote a Walker this book on your hand. We'll get the strap on. I would I would find it to be a position of power, you know, is in charge. And by the way, he's paying you by the hour to be Ainley raped with this plastic. Is rape have your strap on. And you keep in one of those huge blue barber things like the bluewater floating 'cause I just. Side. Why wouldn't you just coming back into the room of the strap on? Because like I saw limping outta here earlier, and I could be the same. They bring their own on buddies. Do they have their own strap on a lot of times they would bring in their own? We also provided them. I didn't have my own my own now having your own strap on. It's like when the guy shows up to the lanes with his own risk risk phrase ball and shoes. Cool. Is that a loser pro? He knows. He knows the game. Well, it's like showing the pool cue. Yeah. Race with which I think it's kind of embarrassing. But I think within dungeon. It's not that embarrassing now all abo ever, ever guy showed up with something where you're like there's no way that's going to fit in your ass hole. No. I've seen guys take really big things in there. Like you know, you know, when you go to a sex shop, and there's like that one plug on the counter that you think is just for show ranch. I beg nice. Really use those girls don't it's the guys. The guys are like total size queens about toys, how big is this plug on afterwards? I've seen like this mean. Holding your arms. No, there's it's Spain, the length of my arm, but I mean crazy. But I mean you've seen like. Bowling pin sized stuff. Oh, yeah. Definitely bigger than bowling pen, and I think that's interesting, though, because it's like as submissive as these men are I think that's where like a little bit of the macho comes in, like the little bit of alpha male, I can take a bigger cock than you. You're sure. Come in so girls aren't like that. We're not like I can take a bigger dick than you must be your. Guys are pragmatic that way. I want. Now most of these guys. Don't answer for second. Just hold the thought, but married or single don't answer. I suspect a lot of these guys are married and nobody has any idea what they're up to. And then when a fucking burden it'd be if this laugh all you want. But if this is your thing like your drug of choice. Oh my God. How much time you have to carve out every week for this yet? So married single stray. Yeah. They're all straight or else. They would go see guys. I think I think anything you do with the woman is straight or not gay. All right. Maybe not totally straight, but definitely not gay. Yeah. I mean, even if I'm fucking with a strap on, like you're not gay. No. Like you just go to make argument for straight at that point at that moment like that. Exact on I'd wait until the thing out of my asshole. Then I'd start my dissertation about how strata what if? The dissertation on how straight you are while someone's fucking with his oh that. Oh man. Smucker's argument, you know, how secure I am with my sexuality. Let me tell you. There's a small Asian woman with a huge strap on right now that it's penetrating me as I speak to you, ladies and gentlemen. Now, would this be the actions of a gay man, who was trying to pretend he was straight? I don't think so I kind of agree with that, though. Thank you. I know you're joking, but I'm not Joe. There's kind repeating my rap like how there's nothing more like you. Couldn't be any more confident in your sexuality than knowing you're straight and getting fucked in your house. I mean. That's true. That's true. So, but to your question married or single, I don't know. I never asked them. I guess I mean, I would imagine a lot of them are married. You had to have a guy fall in love with you, though. Never never. At the dungeon. No. Never any feelings. Oh, I mean there had to be some guy walked in there. Just looked like twenty eight year old Jon Hamm, and you're like, what is this guy doing in here, and your must've been thinking? Wow. Okay. You know, never young guys never never young guys, because young guys young guy come in because they're not running the fortune five hundred company. Yeah. Need, maybe feel the sting, the riders prop? Yeah. Or, or maybe they're younger. And so they can get this kinky shit in their relationships. Whereas the older guys are married to women who are like hell. No true. That's very very very too. I think I think the newer generations are much more open to this weird, and I think it's because of internet porn. What do you think the oldest dude you saw? There was God like eighty. Wow, old. I remember one, of course killer like he was just he likes to lick my heels, the heels of my shoes and he, he would jerk off. Yeah. While he was licking the heat your shoes. Yeah. It's weird and then you look around anything who amongst us. Oh. I'm looking at you right now. There's someone in here into it really here. I bet gets fucked in there with a strap on. I bet I would I would. You'd be surprised and like once word plus, but I would be surprised put that out there. I've done it before you'd be shocked at how many people have come up to me, like, hey, have you really done that? Like what you do it to me, and guys, you would never think are into that. So, so the guy eighty years old and Licken God bless him, though. You know, it's out there still living alive. You know what I mean? I don't know to sing knows what color his parachute is. I don't know if we could all say that it age eighty we had the strength to go up to the dungeon, like some heels while we beat off, we should be so lucky, we should all be so lucky. Sounds really exhausting actually, I I'm, like, chilling on a sofa. Now looking your heels. Does that mean he's down on the floor? Yeah. He was like on the floor sitting like that. I'm sort of obsessed with this floor thing. But in the span Katori as I know it. Laying on the floor. Just doesn't seem like an option now to me. Yeah, but they had Boehner's. So they weren't thinking like that. You know what I mean? Like no, even I feel this way about myself is like, even when I'm on importance that like all be like I don't do this. I don't do that. I don't wanna put my barefoot in the grass like blah, blah. But once I'm fucking like I'm like sucking come off the floor like the flu. Same floors on. I didn't wanna put my barefoot on second ago. You know. So I think once you're like in a Boehner state of mind, I think of the Bill. You're just not thinking about like the germ factor. Yeah. You know. I know I know there's a little switch. Yeah. So they're, they're all in Boehner mode. I just think, you know, sexually to me, it's kind of my monkey brains thing, which is like some people eat monkey brains. I like monkey brains and then for those of us who don't it sounds bizarre. And it also one of these things for someone goes, we gotta try. I got. I don't have to try it. I I'm not interested. They have fucking pulled pork sandwiches. Do they not the good enough for me? I'll be fine pizza and hotdogs Chicago style. I'll be good for the rest of my life. I never going to try that. Just now I know. And I feel like I know. And so then, when you think the way you think you think, well, everyone else thinks the way you think to could be. There could be nobody else who's out there. But you're saying there's a Fairmount at dudes. Possibly under this roof. Definitely possible under this roof for sure. There's that least one earlier that at least wants to try. What did you think? Check layer off that because that is. Hazardous duty. Pull up behind him with the strap on you do it at your own. That's on, you know, on prostate on you would be more gay to wanna fuck dude in his us then. 'cause you on, like we found some common ground here you're saying, it'd be more gave I was fucking dude in the ass. Yeah. Okay. I really agree with that, though. It'd be more gave fucking do. And yet, it's hard to get gayer than fucking dune the some of you in the app. But this is a strap with a strap on. Yeah. No, yeah. Yeah. Now. Gayer than anything with a girl the gay thing of all is sucking dude's dick, that's the guest of the gay of gay. You seeing that even for women the peak of mount gay of summit of Mt is sucking cock what doing well being penetrated at the same time. Everyone foot fuck sprinkles on my froyo, that's your business. But I'm just talking playing, but, like okay, I, I can't if a man puts his penis in your asshole, if you want that I can understand it coming from the point of view of like you have a prostate, it feels good. You're going to come in here. But if you're on. Fucking to let them know that, you know, the way the winds blowing around here child's voice right now. We are all like, yeah. Okay. But if you're sucking guys, dick that doesn't feel good to you. You're only doing the only reason that pleases you is because you like sucking cock, like there. It's not like you have a prostate in your mouth more in the back of your say. But if you have your peanuts guys asked presumably that feels good. Yes. So that's not as gay 'cause it's scientifically I if you close your eyes, it could be girls logic. Yeah. Well, listen. You're close your eyes, you could be fucking Christie Brinkley. I mean, like there's a lot of closing your eyes that doesn't that doesn't work. Yeah. I was thinking about Billy Joel gets up thinking about Billy Joel. And so. Now, have you do anal in your movies? Right. And stupid question. Have you ever dealt with a guy really? Like that's too much for me. Oh, yeah. For sure. I mean, I feel like in terms of being sent home from work, and all take it or leave it. That would be the greatest sent home from work day ever. Like what's not much hog this fucking too much hog between my legs. What happened? Well, it's doing the Anna anal scene. All playing out. Oh, yeah. You're talking about the last night, how to run lines, Iran lines. Okay. There was only two lines blocked. We blocked it out. Right. My Mark, which was her Ashley, so he's at everything. Now what can at home? We'll get the problem be remember, you remember too much girth in the cocked department of I put my cock on that pallet, Jack, I used to move it around and just wheeled it back to the special van. With the lift to get me my cardio yesterday. It's rough I should specify. That's never happened. Oh, it's never had. No, I guess I was lying just because I've definitely seen a dick and then like, that's too much. And then I went through with it, and it worked out, like I'll try and that's the warrior spirit. Right. It's the Asian investigation warrior spirit. It's why we needed to row. We could've divine wind. Defined Wayne never come out to you during the divine win the win. That's the there was a, there was a thought when we were part of the island campaign, when we were getting Japan and part of the thing talking about sex. The island campaign, part of the was the divine wind that somehow somebody Gary can look it up or something. And the gods are on our side look at something else. Sixteen avian awards by the way, the truth does it here. Well, this could have been printed out ten minutes ago. Three for know while you're sitting here. Yeah. They've been very, very good to me. You go every year. Ain't luck. Well, the warriors spirit should walk away from that cock. Feel lucky to have had the opportunity, which sounds so silly. I think most people are like what? But I for me like this is the perfect job. I'm like, oh, the kamikaze is what the divine when but that's only part of what comes up. It's a sort of fighting spirit that think that, yeah, I have that. And I'm gonna worry person. Yeah. 'cause you could walk away from that cock, but it would hunt you. Oh for sure for sure. Fact down from the talking you dreams. I don't I don't want to dollars. Charge more. Okay. Now I'm under contract with a company called wicked pictures. So I get paid the same amount of money, no matter what I do, even if I shoot ten scenes or thirty scenes or one scene, whatever that months, I got a salary, but before when I was independent, I would get paid per scene and for the guys like mending o or Lexington Steele like the guys with the really big Dicks. Choose. I, I, I would charge more. The kind Ingo who knew that guy had never seen that one coming. But I would because they'd be out of commission for like the next week. What, what would service charge? No, but I mean against hazardous duty pay. But there's thing like, you know, on the set if they're going to have smoke on the set pay everyone a little bit more. If you're going to ask an actor to stunt, they pay him a little bit more how much he's tack onto. It would depend, but like a few hundred bucks not a lot. It's not like I would charge like double my rate or anything, but we also get more for like anal than vaj. Sure almost double for that. So it's almost like depending on the person. But like for DP you can even more. And then when you do like a gang bang. Every person is like, you got a few hundred dollars more per person. Guy guy whack. It just the girl. Okay. Guys actually, probably get less because it's less work for them. I have seen those movies where the guy show up, and they're working like a guerilla ahead. 'cause they got a lot of pride, and they don't want their kids twenty years from now to recognize. Mask? Yeah. Yeah. Weird right? Weird. I wouldn't never wanna fuck, a guy in amounts or clown coming on me. Let your Nixon just came on me. That like you can't look nine guys coming on. Can't open your eyes, what can be. Okay. Thanks again. You don't wanna look in their eyes unless you fucking cagas, right? There is okay. I mean, I have a very different relationship with other people. See, I'm just going to say it, it's been it's been the white seamen Heller covered buffalo in the room that's been, you know. Elephant. And I'm just going to say it you guys. We may agree on many things. Other people seem in is where we partway Missy and what is it that you agree on? I think we can agree on, I think my favorite hall. Well, that we're both very sensual. I think we can agree on that we neither one of us judge GRANDE that I think we're both inspired by the grandfather licked your. So let surprise. You don't like monkey Bryant well another thing. But when it comes to white shit that flies out of strangers Cox, then we go different directions. Yeah. I guess so. And that's okay. But that's okay. You know what I mean? You know, it's growth, it's like your ravens fan. I'm arrange fan. Okay. You both love the NFL. You don't dislike the sport of football right? Right, right. What it's like. Lafayette about us where was I, I said care, everybody. The book insatiable porn. A love story. Available on Amazon. You must come back. During your refractory period. Like, like, when you're with Mandingo Lexington Steele, or somebody like that, and you got a few days off commission come bring that him Royd pillow in here and just side. A lot of microphone. We'll we'll have a nice chat. All right. We're fighting the patent trolls so you can help us at fund anything we're going to beat those guys, the trials coming up pretty fast man, sitting depositions and. Anyway, we appreciate it. Help us fight that good battle. So until next time is that the prosecutor, Alison Rosen, bald Ryan say Mahalo? There's a small Asian woman with a huge strap on right now that it's penetrating me as I speak to you, ladies and gentlemen. Now, would this be the actions of a gay man, who is trying to pretend he was straight? 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And it goes a little something like this. Also, I had one of the craziest, funniest weirdest semi homo erotic dreams of ever had, but it was one of these things where because of my situation my hyper vigilance disorder. I sometimes just sort of lane bed, and this weird state where I'm not really asleep. But my eyes are closed I'm relaxed, but I'm not really in ram and my mind just sort of going, and wandering, and I'm coming up with things to muse myself that I usually think are much funnier. And then when I wake up and see what I've written down on my little sticky pad. Their my posted pad is not as great. But this one's drunk and poetry, it's drunk in poetry. But this one, it's well. Well, I don't know if it's good. It's probably not pragmatic. But it would be fun. And here's what this one was. Every male in America, there's about one hundred and sixty million of us. But let's say over eighteen you know, so let's I don't know. Let's say hundred million American males. I had devised a water displacement test using the man's phallus, meaning of you. We're gonna we're gonna lie down. I was working it out. And I realized what had happened is I'm getting ready to go to a race. And I'm driving Paul Newman's, big big scary car. And so it's been kind of on my mind about prep in the car and getting it into the trailers, and all that kind of stuff, and I spent the weekend, cutting some aluminum and notching, these trailers, ramps fits kind of up in my head about aluminum and space, and templates and size and geometry and stuff like that. And I recommend that if you took a quarter inch big plate of quarter inch thick. Aluminum and every guy laid on it, and we put a hole in the center of it, and you put your erect junk through it, and we lowered it into a graduated cylinder. If we all did that we'd see how much water was display. Yeah. Now obviously the winner would be the one who displays the most water the loser would be as wife. But then here's a way to look at here's, here's where it takes a turn for the like I said, the ho semi homoerotic and possibly Macab. Oh, yeah. You're lying in bed casualty amusing about penis. I'm must add a Boehner bit on my ballot. Something. Then I, then I decide everybody gets a windbreaker with a number on it. Gets excited. They must walk around with that, windbreaker on. And the way it works is, it's sort of like any graduating class of one hundred million where were you, you see what I'm saying? Now, it'd be every like there's a number one through one hundred thousand or would it be how much you just place? Would it be a c? It's how much it'd be the first time. A black guy was fouled Vic dictatorial story. But no, I'm saying. Yeah. You'd have some guys probably in the couple of power forwards in the NBA who'd be walking around in the teens in the single digits. Right. And then you'd have but it'd be funny to have that guy go to the mall. Everyone just had to wear them. And that was it. And I said, the, the bottom of the thing would say one hundred million or whatever whatever the adult age males on this planet, right? Are there'd be there'd be excuses? There'd be a lot of talking about bettering. Your number. Yeah. Next year, there'd be discussions on patterns, like immigration, you know, if we can get enough, we have Asians immigrating into this country, throwing off the curve, and things like that maybe windbreaker every year. I'd like to I'd like, yes. There's also be discussion of the weather when this test was done and people being like no you don't understand that. If it's smart water. That's totally different lying. That's right. Right. Yeah. Atmosphere, plus right between the Cousy. I'm content the Floride and the municipal water down. Totally. It's no void to give us small Cox Andro drum. So that was that was just my fantasy the part where we all got windbreakers far that made it interesting. And it did make it make for lively parties. Although I'm guessing the guys who are closer to the hundred million, Mark would probably be staying home. A lot of excuses more more weekends about wash your car again. Yeah. It's raining outside. Yeah. If you died with they retire your windbreaker, I say are stopped fucking would they retire? If you're the Celtics you don't retire, the six man's windbreaker who only averaged four and a half points a game but Wilt Chamberlain ironically, his his his windbreakers hanging in the rafters. See what I'm saying? So I'm guessing if you. Were like I said somewhere in the teens and certainly I mean, there'd be a whole club. There'd be an entire single digit club there, there'd be there'd be a whole double digit club like there'd be golf courses opened up for them nine or ten of each if it's every male the top one thousand is impressive. Yeah. Forge is your guy or three digit guy. You know what I'm saying? That's right. If you think about it, you know, in a weird way will not every male, but most young males at some point fantasize about winning the World Series or being the MVP of the Super Bowl or something when you're nine years old. But yet there's only a couple Brett farve 's out there. You know, Dan Marino's. It'd be that kind of that kind of group, maybe more elite and then it'd be fun if Brett farve was way down the list 'cause then if I. Yeah. The shot and for the best because then the guy who was just working at a loading dock who's like number seventeen would be. Looking at him at number fifty seven million. It'd be like, really? Yeah. Much ring. Doing your four. Now, a great way to get steroids out of sports whether the job, get the stars out of spoil, it would ruin the Wrangler adds that much I would argue because really need that extra room down there. Do you number sixty one million? You really do need that extra extra room in the crotch for what? Hi price on those guy top-five on. What are you protecting? It'd be interesting to see how your life changed, because it would it be like having a good credit rating score. Like, what would this number do for you in terms of, of social stuff? But jobs, what, what it would do for you is you'd be more popular with dudes unfortunately, than checks 'cause chicks there, they don't want anyone who's in the top million size wise. That's a deal and of Jean breaker, girls would be like I've been with guy on the top million tell you not going battles cracked up to me. Yeah. Backup, some of the ten was what we I think women would Allison. Okay. I think I think women would I think women would try to stay out of the, you know, the, the double digits, the teens, especially the single digits. So there'd be some curiosity seekers. Right. No wrong. And it would. Open up a new realm and again the number one status that's it's the Stanley Cup. You get it for the year. But you may not have it the following year. Who knows there could be some young upstart seventeen year old that hit a gross spurt somehow comer an up and comer nipping at your heels with its giant cock, you know, at your ankles, you'd probably have to train. I don't know a lot of fatty foods and think about Emmanuel versus. In outer space, but I mean, certainly the guy with the number one, and he do a lot of interviews like athletes, like I know there's a target on my back. I know everyone's everyone everyone like to come in come into town and knock off the sheriff, I know what you go number one. You get the guys best every time everytime. That's right now, now, now everyone circles me on their calendar. Yeah, yeah. And then it'd be weird. But you have to thank God. Thank scratchers plastic, Andrew agent. Right. And I'm guessing there'd be the differently if optimum can get a little work doing the writing a book. Yeah. Doing a little reporting for some bad, cable outlet or something. Definitely be rally show all here here show about the people who test it, right. Yeah. There'd be this huge. We should stop talking about because we're getting should not a gold mine here. Now, I don't know if we could get everyone to wear the windbreaker, you know, we just make them choice. But even if we got half the. What do you envision a certain color? Like how detailed was the way you envision the windbreaker? I had it as sort of an ATF sort of thing in that it needed to read from as far away as possible. You know what I mean, of course, and of course, the numbers would get smaller as they got bigger, the number the number one would be twenty four inches tall and nine inches wide, the penises of the corresponding people. Right. Of course, once you got, of course, once you got into the and then there's then. The multiple digits, the numbers would get smaller. And then there be this weird crossover because you figure the guy who was like, number thirteen might actually be thirteen if you think about it. What do you mean? I got a slowdown on that one guy who wears thirteen might be thirteen. Yeah. Neither one. Yeah, no. Well, but in the shower eleven oh, thirteen. You know what I'm saying? There would be a point where obviously number one, not number one number twenty sevens. Not number twenty seven that somewhere Librium. I'd like to know where that fact. What do you think that range would be twelve thirteen right? Yeah. Right. So thirteen would be thirteen well where we're guessing that, that means one through twelve have larger than thirteen. That's what we're saying. I'm betting on it. Yeah. Putting my reputation on it. Well, yes, we call them the fulcrum. Teeter totter balances. That'd be a weird one like if somebody really just put a gun on your chin. And one is thirteen thirteen or fourteen fourteen or twelve twelve I mean, sixteen isn't sixteen big. Do they get? You know anyone? L is we just haven't really checked. It's the guys that are willing to do porn, and there's some pretty freakish dudes out that thinking it's not their team because Jona falcon is a famous normal guy was a huge penis, and it's been documented and everything. And it's like I want to know everyone knows falcon. It's like it's like thirteen inches long for long the come with which you're carrying on about Jennifer. There's no Jonah falcon from a documentary. I hope is like a guy who's been Rolling Stone. All right. Colbert, Stewart one of the year. Yeah. Normal, dude. But I'm saying probably around ten is, is the fulcrum. I you're saying you're saying there's only nine guys on the planet that are ten inches. Yeah. In the US in the US in the US. See now definitely. Yeah. It's screwing with you. Yeah, I'm going back. I'm going back to twelve or thirteen Dr Bruce research is quite heavily. He'll tell us about anyway. That's what I dream about in between the Paul Newman car stuff. Yeah. I would argue that this is maybe the most masculine dream of ever had. I don't I don't certainly. We'd all it'd be fun though. It'd be fun year when it be funnier, you'd have to have special large graduated cylinders for the top ten because I wouldn't offend normal cylinder say they should get to keep it as a trophy, right? But rather neck, but displacement is displacement, I think you'd go up to the biggest size and we'd all use the same and has to be hating. There needs to be sanctioning bodies. You know what I mean? Whatever your put now you're putting out. Yeah. True. All right. So let's get working on that. Good. Picture. A falcon up. They're gonna picture Joe falcon. All right GIO. I always knew Adam was at the forefront of fashion. That clip did all we have one more clip here this love for fashion and societal engineering as well. All right. We have one more clip from two thousand eleven this one geo. This one old dear place in my heart, because it really is just a different set of Adam that we don't get to see all the time and what I'm talking about is Adam had incredible friend. He's still mentioned him to the day, Philip, the juggler from Adam cruel show, seven twenty featuring Christopher Titus. Alison Rosen, Brian Bishop, this is before Christopher joins them in studio, and the phrase going to beat him up. This is from December of twenty eleven as you mentioned filth the juggler, one of Adam's oldest friends, they kind of lost touch over the years as Philip went down south of Branson. He was doing his thing at soom presumed, he was still going by life and out of nowhere. He finds out that something's happened to fill up, and he has an illness, and it's really heartbreaking and things played out Radum reunited with him, and then Phillip venture. Passed away. But this is his first contact with Philip and with his wife and finding out what happened to him in the intervening years. And he discusses it with Allison Brian things. Get a little dusty in the studio, which has happened a couple of times Philip was like this kind of integrity figure for Adam like Shelby coffee, but more so there's a bunch of people at a metal long journey that basically told him things were possible that he, they were possible for himself including a career, and entertainment, and he viewed Phillips journey entertainment, before he was going out on his own. So it's kind of beautiful role model figure and tragic end form. Allison. What do you say to people when like people like, you know, are moms age who are filling out forms like, and they're like, what do you do for a living? Good one, actually. I used to. Right. Usually, I write writer. But then for some reason, on the last one, I wrote down performer. And then when the doctor was explaining the recovery to me he's like now. I, I gather, you're a performer of some sort. So the recovery it's really depend on your tolerance pain. But I find that, you know, like with, with athletes, usually, you're used to standing lot of pain and didn't make any sense to me till I realized I wrote performer, he probably thinks I juggle, there's no avenue. We'd have to explain their cast is or knowing for radio station. It's internet. You know what I mean? There's no, you want to you want to read the word I wrote down there ten seconds earlier Jaguar. Weird. I wrote that down about twenty five seconds before you said juggle. I mean you ever said be juggler on their show. I never have. Why did you write that down? I was going to tell you about my friend, Philip the juggler, and I just wrote down the juggler that's crazy. You want juggle not I probably thought I juggled on the same wavelength. Wow. Yeah. Like when I got arrested the McCarron airport. And the guy was sweating me in the room and yelled, what do you do for a living? And I was like. It all flash. Like I said, I wasn't never gonna do the comedian funny, boy, not laughing, so hard and more, maybe. Maybe you're ju- France, there Silverman Dana Gould could get maybe they know an attorney could get you out on. It probably wouldn't know who they were. So I sat there went. Hyphen guy. One guy, what you don't know what you do. And then I just shouted carpenter. I could talk about. Yeah. Philip that juggler man. You've heard me talk about this dude before that's him at his second wedding. That would be probably twenty six twenty seven year old me on the left side, and Philip looking like Matthew, mcconaughey on the right fill up option Eiter or rob Schneider, Philip is in was a dear dear friend of mine, and Philip was one of these inbetween dudes because I knew the their guys from the old neighborhood. I knew growing up north Hollywood the rays, and the Chris's and the donny's and all the guys that grew up with. And then there's the newer show, busy friends, sort of. Well, it's about say Jimmy, but I wasn't really Joe business when I met Jimmy, but the guys, I know that are in showbiz and then there's the old school, whatever Philip, the juggler he's the guy who's wedding. I went to and his best man shook everyone down for the money he bought paid for, for the for the. Bachelor party and it's a long story, but failed possess really sweet guy and really sweet soul. And he lived out here and he went off in open for Andy Williams. He was a juggler. Do he had like almost vaudevillian? He would get up on stage on a unicycle and he did. He did comedy. Did the comedy juggling and he'd get this? You know, get the machetes and crazy guy up on a on a unicycle up on stage juggling machetes and he was not really a comedian. He was just a guy who people liked and he made him smile and he made a nice living and but he wasn't a celebrity. He was a performer the jug, and he went off to Branson, Missouri to open for Andy Williams at the Andy Williams theater, and he made good money. And he had a great life. And he's how he knew we're talking about cruising the other day he'd go out on these cruises for eight days and after work like two days, and I was always like, oh. Oh man. Oh man. Because I wasn't in show business when I met fell. But Philip was always great to me. And he's always like you're super funny, you're you're going to be fine. And I was just a carpenter the whole time and he gets his gigs like Andy Williams would go to Palm Springs. And he'd invite me out. We'd stay Lakisha and I'd be backstage, drink, and free heinekens and eating free food. You know, and staying Cain Dan he went. He went to one time he was booked at the Caesars and Caesars Tahoe. And I and I flew out there and then we trove back through you semi just listened to the doors the entire time the stretch of highway by the way anyone hasn't done at the stretch highway from Tahoe through, you semi is on fogging believable. And when you hearing, this is the end playing in Philips, Philips Toyota. It is it is mind, numbing. Anyway, I. Fill up. I hadn't seen in a while. He came out and stayed him. And his wife came out and stayed with me being almost eight or ten years now and I'd lost contact with him. And I thought he was just in Branson doing his thing. And I got an Email from somebody who knew them new means that is, why was trying to contact me but didn't have a new contact for me and Bob blonde. And so I called her the day before yesterday. Her name is Susan and that was his sort of say, new bride. But they're they married fifteen years ago, and she should well Phillips ill. And Phil has this sort of dementia, and Philip as maybe Alzheimer's or something? No Philip is right at ten years older than I am. But fill up was always in great shape. Always just had these great genes, which is guys look goodness underpants. Bunked with them enough to see him in a center pants, and even though he's one of these guys, it was just he was just good looking like he didn't. He just he was symmetrical well-built guy wrote a unicycle in juggled machetes for Christ's sake. And so, I was like, so I'd I'd heard through a couple of emails that he was having a hard time and was having difficulty with dementia, and what have you. He didn't do any drugs. He wasn't a drinker social drinker but he didn't do no head trauma or anything like that. And so I call this wife Susan and I said, so what you know what's going on with Philip? And, and she said, well, he's now he's at home, now he's has to, he's living in this assisted care situation. And I said, we'll blue so I started thinking, well, I don't think he's going to remember me, but maybe I should go visit him. He's in Kansas City, and bring some pictures and sit down with him. And she's like he can't. Talk. He does he cannot speak. He can't take care of himself. He can't clean himself. He can't go to the bathroom, or does it just just this crazy? Severe dementia that just set in and it's like, is it our Ganic though? Yeah. And it's like what the prognosis and it's like there's nothing. He's, he's supposed to died, six months ago, and he's still alive. Sorry. Is she about his age? I mean she. Try to keep it together. She younger. In. Hits. To this. He was just such a he's such a guy life or, and I hadn't seen him you know. So it's like he he was over at my house, where eating sushi. You know, he was going on cruise ships and performing and doing everything and. And now it's like he doesn't talk. He doesn't walk. He doesn't do anything he's, you know, he's, he's a vegetable basically, and I said, we'll what's, what's the deal while he supposed to be dead? But now they think maybe he's going to go on, but there's no long-term anything. He's just no. He wouldn't be able to communicate and his, his. His wife has such a great spirit. I'm like, wow, because she had to take care of him. And she's like, I'm just thankful for the years that we had. She not better. She's not upset, she's not cursing, God or anyone else, she's just like I'm so thankful that he came into my life. And that's not got what, what woman, I mean, and it made me think, you know, we all should adopt that, I mean, we all should, you know, they she's like we had fifteen great years together. I wouldn't trade it for anything I, thank God that he came into my life, and that's where I'm at with it. And I was like, wow. Wow. So try to get out and see him. But there's you know, there's he's not gonna know me obviously, he's not going to be able to communicate with me, but. I was sort of prepared for him not being able to remember me, you know, but I didn't know he was completely this just, just gone. And it's really it's worse than being gone because this could go on for, for ten years, you know, of just complete nothing just, you know, she doesn't want that either, but. It's so weird because I was out of touch, and they weren't able to get hold of me, and I was not able to get these little incremental incremental updates. It was so it was. So sudden for me. I've like you know, he was, you know, you know Mr. life of the party mister, good good-looking Misteri. He wasn't an accountant for law firm. It was a juggler unicycle riding juggling performer who else heard. Yes. Love. Love to have fun and, and just had this great spirit and just magnum is and just easy and friendly. And, you know, he was one of these guys who when I met him, he was, you know, in show business, and I was struggling carpenter. And I and I, I'm marveled at his life and what he did travel and they got. Oh, go see him in Las Vegas. Go open for Andy. Johnny Mathis, and he'd take me backstage take picture, Johnny man and all this. And then certain point I got more much more successful than he did. But he always just enjoyed it. Like he he wasn't. He never held a grudge or was like, you know, some people get catty about, you know, I was here. I you know, I did now you've passed me and now we're not talking anymore. He was always he he loved it. He loved my success. So great spirit that will be missed and his wife is Susan is just just a just an angel. Do they have any kids now and that's the I guess that's the good news about this whole thing. And, you know, the moral the story is. You don't have to be chain smoker and you don't have to get into a motorcycle accident, and you don't have to play a lot of high school football or anything. It's just shit happens. And it's not always based on anything sometimes it's based on something we love to do with. Did he sleep with the TV on? You know what did he? Yeah. Sure shared you live under this now, drink this now because everyone would have everything everyone would have one right now. That's just it's just once in a while, when they do that one out of a thousand people, you got to be that one or you gotta know that one or you have to be close to that one. I'm starting to regard, it sort of, like Jerry duty and eventually just is your turn to kind of stuff. Yes. So that was just really bothering me. So I'd I'd say we wish him. Well, but there's no. There's I there's no coming back. There's, there's nothing to do at this point. I'm going to I'm going to check with his wife and see what they if she needs anything and we'll see and we'll keep you guys posted. But that's the. She do anything about living situation. She's a professional and she lives in Kansas City, and she's doing. She was a professional before she met fill up, and she's sort of maintained her her job, and I think she's doing okay for herself. She's smart, and she's resources. She's tough and said she was a professional. And so, I think she's doing okay. But I'm going to check because this is just boy, you should not wish upon your worst enemy and terms of relationship because this been going in a holding pattern, and it's been going on for ten years, slowly. Well, you know, it starts with jeez. What's that guy's name, and then where my keys, and then it starts turning into being mis-diagnosed. And the next thing you know, you're, they can't work anymore, and you're taking care of them at home. And then at a certain point, you have to make the decision that they need to go into an assisted living situation because you can't bathe them and clean. N- them and take care of them. And. Hey boy, listen. We should all live to eighty and then be just cleaned out doing base jumping stunt where the shoot doesn't open for the love of Christ who you got some news on pull it together before we get Titus in here. Oh, god. Cycling. Was weird. Teach you or is that just now I always always could rive unicycle? He could always the unicycle, but we never I never I, I probably jumped on his back stage time or two, but it was never guys can ride the unicycle or not very impressed by other guys who can ride. I thought wanna deg. I remember I do remember distinctly one time me going over to his condo in receipt and saying, fill up. You have to teach me how to juggle, I gotta make some fucking, money and show biz. And if you teach me just some basic juggling, I could already ride, the unicycle already have a sense of humor than I could open for Andy Williams. How many times have phrases uttered, you gotta teach me how to juggle, I said guts? You got. Juggle, no tunnel. Yeah. Did he he tried? We went we went, you know, I spent two hours and went fucking. I'm doing another open mic. I'm going to try to be funny. Yeah, it was his bachelor party where that, that, that was the one famously where his best man of paid for the paid for all all the food and paid for the restaurant paid for the strip club and all that kind of stuff. And then at Phillips wedding. He he commandeered Phillips accountant and told him to walk around collect money from everybody for the bachelor party. Yeah. Like my God. And that picture, you can see Parola dot com. It's from that wedding. Right. I've got it together. Now let's do it. And we're back Chris GIO here. That was the Philip the juggler conversation. Adam had back in two thousand eleven eventually he goes and sees Philip at a live show and bring Philip backstage wife brings backstage, there's a Saint, and I'm just kind of see what conditionally is in and then Phillip doesn't actually pass away. Bring it up on the air. We'll probably play those clips as well, just because they're so important Adams, not really much on air Cryer habit. A few times, there was a time when he's discussing his children that you particularly want me to play which I'm still searching for. So we played that one. That's Chris, I love. I thought it was a great. Oh, it's beautiful. It's great people always like to lay stuff on Adam about being emotional, lists are being this, or that he's a full human being and you listen to a show you hear things, you're not gonna hear from any of the broadcaster, especially ones. We're like. In Adams lane. You're not to hear comedians crying on their own shell to crack it can crack. All right. Well, that is it for Corolla classics June fifteenth thousand nineteen thank you so much for hanging out with us as I said, we're in Denver. Come say hi to us comedy works tonight Email us classics AMC role dot com tweet us at you Georgia at Chris locks and mono-. If you wanna hear the full versions of these clips, where did they go GO? Cast one premium the home of all your favorite podcasts, the entire archive Yatom Corolla show, all ten plus years. We give you the guest information in the date you go there. Find the full episode and listen to the entire thing yourself. A lot of these are just as funny for entire running time. We just don't have the time to blame but we make it too easy. Podcast won't pretty me. All right. Also, if you guys aren't doing anything Friday, the twenty first my band beer belly in Long Beach, June, twenty-first, APM. 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"Welcome. Everyone to the film faults Henderson I'm Brian Bishop hosts today top by basketball movie theaters, and has a record this the basketball season is. Tipping off. That was off. Because I, start a game and that's how you that's our short in the season. Yes. The actually the season is resuming because season was suspended. Due to the COVID crisis, and here we are picking up what better way to honor Dr James. Naismith great game there was a top five list of basketball movies. Hold on. Let me let me celebrate they return of the NBA. Yeah. So. Now Pittsburgh does not have a basketball team so. Cool basketball then unless you count the fish now. I always bug. Me always irked me at Ben as you know as many people listen to this. Now I'm a as far as sports go. Pittsburgh. Gag Kazaa was brain washed from the Child I remember my dad I heard me say that I was brainwashed US asking here like stranger asking me why I liked Pittsburgh sports and I said Oh my my dad brainwashed from the kid and he pulled me aside afterwards not plea. Trying to. Brainwash try. A negative thing Andy train sailing indoctrinated. That's that's better. And I'm like I'm like eight years old. Yeah as far as he's concerned that was better. Than Okay now but yeah, I couldn't care less I. I like the NBA in the eighties early nineties. Casually watched I was hardcore Celtic fan there for a while I as I've said before but it was somewhere in the mid to late nineties. Then I realized that the actual as far as the NBA concerned the actual game doesn't really matter up until about the last five minutes of the game especially in the regular season and then when I saw that happening in the playoffs as well I was like all right you know what? Fuck this league I'm out I'm done and then when they found that mobbed up Raff I'm like you know what? Our tout that coupled with the fact that Pittsburgh doesn't have a team and I hate pretty much every laker. Fan that I've ever I mean that's not true. I have some very good friends that are Laker, fans. But my idea of what a Laker fan is is not a friend of mine. I don't care about basketball for a long story short. Hey, Burns them time. Hey I to like you is a big basketball fan. Michael Jordan era. I wasn't particularly a fan of Michael Jordan nor was I have the hometown? Fan of the Warriors Back Down, they had run TMC. Tim Hardaway, Mitch Richmond, and Chris Mullin some fantastic players and exciting team. Unfortunately, they were never great I. I was a huge. Charles Barkley Fan and as such became a big fan of the sons when he went over there and was pulling for him. I was one of the many many many basketball fans who got their hopes and dreams crushed by said Michael Jordan. So when he beat what I thought was the superior sons team in the finals I was crushed. That thirteen yeah has the summer. So thirteen years anyway I digress yes. Followed the NBA pretty closely in those early nineties faded away a bit and then of course, there's the warriors got really good basketball got exciting again, it was like Oh home town teams finally go for the first time literally. Runner. Little notes that was. Not. How dare you that was always my hometown team just didn't care much about them because you didn't follow her until they got good at the front runner that's front running. No, that's not a front runner. That's one hundred percent of front runner I mean you could. You. But if you're. The Celtics in the late eighties, early nineties, dots front or someone who's a pixel team because? You think I like the Celtics because there are so good. I'm sure that helps dea think. All double edged sword because the only reason why? They were so hated by the Laker fans that I also hate it was because they were good. So I mean I it is true in that sense if they were dog shit and there is hated by the Laker fans as they were, I would have been a Celtic fan that's how I work, which is no better. It's a lot better actually. Yeah. You're. Know fairweather your fair weather fan and a front runner fan. You're not a fan to the to the point where you're like all right. WHO's the best team this year? That's Like Dr Drew I mentioned before somebody asked him favorite football team was and he said who won the Super Bowl last year that was going to be his aunt then that's that's ultimate runner. But what are we doing? We're not talking about front runners. We art because you're you're. You're right in the sense that I am a fair weather fan. I'M NOT GONNA, go to the Mat and say all been warriors found on my life hardcore. No, I'm not true. I definitely got there. They got all of our fun and when they got good, that's just kind of houses more. Yeah, I saw. Them throwing runner is just the wrong term to apply. You can say fairweather fan that's fine. You can't say for online. Choon and all day. Runner all you know what? Let's. Let's look up front runner I I know that you have your idea about it. I got my idea. There's probably front runner. Fan. Days I'm fairly confident going to be a fan who goes with the team that's winning whoever team that? All right here. Here's the here's where it goes unlike their cousin Bandwagon Bob Front runner Fred. Front runner Fred Fred's are fans who habitually invest themselves in teams besides their own. That is to say, they don't leave their team. They just become overly attached defensive or of the success of another squad. Okay. All right I stay I will. I'll meet you halfway and Al Cop to being a bandwagon fair weather fan when it comes to the Warriors, I'm pretty diehard when it comes to my other. Teams but I for my entire childhood they weren't good and they weren't really they had some good years. But well, into my teen years I my my trips home for the holidays were marked in my mind with my dad watching his he's a beloved warriors fan diehard and it'd be watched as like wars it by twenty five again is the third quarters well, then I know where this is going. If you listen me earlier like you could watch. Tune in like he's at twenty five minutes left or did you tune into the last five minutes of the fourth quarter and and then that's when it would actually be contested because that's how the NBA roles listen I knew that we wanna be able to get through this episode without me talking about my beloved hockey my beloved any joe also coming back They've all also always been two leagues that are. In direct competition with each other because of where they fall on the calendar and ask for the most part you're either a hockey guy or you're a basketball guy unless you're just a sports fanatic and you have time for both Leagues Simultaneously But I I've been a hockey guy for quite some time now as you know Brian and. I I We're not doing top five hockey movies because there's just not enough good ones out there and I don't think Brian is seen five so I didn't even lobby. I didn't even law because I knew how that would go quite quite quickly you however I would like to tell you this just in time for the return to play come in this Saturday as we record this, Brian you know what I did Hey Mike my Samsung why sixty five inch Samsung it was fine but it was starting to go to do a little wonky things ki skin color or starting to turn orange and some people and I talk recalibrate it and I'm like you know what it's time it's time. For a new one and to celebrate the return of the NHL on Saturday I am the now the proud owner of a beautiful. Seventy five inch. TV. What Oh, my goodness. Yeah it's got the led quality. Technology that. Right and the pixels actually turn off Brian Twenty thousand pixels in this thing, which is in sale and they actually to create the the true blacks turn off. So I am very, very happy to have this thing up and running I I did a little What do you call a time lapse of a? Putting it up, take out of the box I mean it was a real undertaking. My wife couldn't help put her back up on the stand and once I got it out of the box and all set up and everything. So I. I have all that and the dog is wandering around atticus is like playing with the box it's It's good time but thanks to our friends over teeth TCL. It's funny because I get emails from people saying, do you really like t cell TV's or you say that and I respond to Arizona one of them like that's not just something that we say as we have relationship with. Tom Over TCL and the Chinese theaters we love that technology we love that TV and I can now say like the best top of the line. Technology. Is In my home and I am I got to watch the first preseason hockey game on it. Man was a glorious. Oh I. Love It. So anyways yes I. Have Yeah. So I do love my T. cells and I have a I have won t seal in the living room in CEO in the bedroom and for the money. Honestly I just think that they're beautiful fantastic TV's and the new seventy, five inch TV like that gives Sony Santa. Barbara WANNA run for their money. So speaking of money they are very, very aggressively priced in the low direction in the in I it's just throwing money out the window. If you go with one of the other brands TC Ellsworth and I remember when we first learned about I, guess is the third-biggest TV brand of the world we're like why we never even heard of it. Heard of now. But the best. Best. Bang for your buck by far. Right so Let's move on with ZIP. program. Starting a little fan fiction homes brand who'll fan flick bobby triple. On facebook he wrote that he saw the loss, the lost arcade documentary on Amazon I want to see this. is about one of the last standalone video game arcades in New York's Chinatown way better than expected. First, half really captures the feel of grimy seventies and eighties New York and second half focused more on the very characters who find community centered on their love. A very specific video game genres recommended exclamation mark. Also, I saw zapped nine, hundred, eighty, two, it was not good. Zapped Matthew are cheat them on facebook. Watch the Beastie boys story twice once by myself, and then again with my daughter although it was clearly scripted, emotions were real at rock was so heartfelt and raw where Mike Mike d was more like strong older brother trying to keep it together. What can you say about MCA autistic inspiration anomaly what a great watch thanks for the recommendation. Finally watched groupers gotta be honest it was a thoughtful movie. Really liked MAG, than actress and character also enjoyed the inventive torture truth telling devices. Didn't really care for the biker guys didn't have any biker guys in there. Matthew literally on recommendation. Overall it was enjoyable watching glad I watched it. Thanks for the middling. Review Matthew Josh. Bowler, on facebook Josh is one of the supporters of the old group Dave Dave Franco's direct taurel debut. The rental was a pretty effective horror movie seen a lot of people complain about the end in but I liked it says Josh Butler and then Mitch Mitch Burns himself who compiles this list every single week he one of the fringe benefits Brian he's able to throw in his own fan flick on. With Libya. How how land dying I finally? I finally watched gone with the wind in honestly I'm sorry Brian but I borderline hated it. Wisely. Because you like movies like it does not hold up. Wait the. Whole the way the slaves are portrayed is laughable. They run around smiling so happy and they just love their owners felt like I was watching the twilight zone episode. Scarlet O'Hara's a mind-numbingly off on irritating from beginning to end except for a brief moment in the middle Libya to Hobble howland. Character is the only character worth rooting for I. Wish I. Loved it more I was in it was engrossing in thought provoking, but I'll never watch it again. Much love guys much love. All right. So there we go. Fair enough. Fair are we ready for our full of fashions? Let's Let's. Let's. Alluded to a interesting phenomenon. Is You wanted to you're interested in hockey movies but figured I'd not seen enough I put my foot in my mouth when I texted you. Basketball movies because I assumed I'd sit a dozen turns out hadn't seen that many so. I if you. Know that's going to. Dominate my flick versions. One of them is going to actually make my list like to so much of my top five less believe that. The one that did not. The one that did not Anderson. One thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight he got game ridden directed. By Spike, Lee he got game. Have you seen? He got game? Have you. I have. Yes I have. Starring Denzel Washington Ray Allen The NBA Player plays Jesus Shuttles Worth. Rosario Dawson Milla jovovich Jim Brown ned beatty and John Turturro mexa obligatory appearance a spike Lee movie so. He Games about basketball intercity basketball. Not Intercity sorry. That's the wrong way to put it. Kid The kids he's urban, but I wouldn't say intercity probably goes to a fairly middle-class school. His Dad is Denzel Washington who we learned the opening of the movie is in jail. And we come to learn it's for some horrible thing he did to Ray Allen's mom and. Rail resents him and there's a fucking absurd premise. The premise of the movie is that does a Washington. Brought to the Brought to the not the commissioner was was the guy who the warden's office and the wardens like, Hey, the governor's a huge fan of big state and I know that your son is the number one ranked player in the in the state, and if we can to go to his Alma Mater, the governor's, he'll see to your sentence, get shortened and Denzel sounds. Good. and. Off We go with this fucking bloated. At one hundred, thirty, six hours half my notes, Anderson I don't know you pay attention to the stuff off your member because it's not a very memorable move anything about this movie. No One I out the other with most every spike Lee movie I see. So ridiculous premises. Sloppy Direction and not very memorable characters. If I recall the only standout performance in this movie and I saw years and years ago was identical Washington. Yeah he was good as always is also possible for Denzel to not be at least good how. To. Oh does he? Even in one, thousand, nine, hundred. Perhaps. Anderson. Literally, half my notes are about the fucking atrocious score by legendary composer Aaron Copland did of mice and men and just a leading composer both film and making classical music spike Lee quoted at the time. Quote, I'm making a movie about a High School Star from the ghetto, but I'm using clem using classical soundtrack like who's yours did now Anderson, I don't know if you know the spike Lee has a long history with the movie hoosiers. Racist because about five white kids who triumphantly beat five black kids. In docile. Species at best because that was a real story. But okay, that's fine. He doesn't like hoosiers and he wants to. Change in probably going to hit a certain target I could see that I could see that an argument being made that a segment that really likes hoosiers might really not like the black folk. That's more. That's more. What do they call that a? Not. Not. It's coincidence but there's a phrase for which means. Itself Correlation. It's good. It's correlation. Not Causation there. That may be true. They may have this thing in common but I don't think the movie hoosiers engenders. Itself to. Racists but. Next time you see one of these gutter punks that has like swastika. One of those gutter punk jackets with swastikas on usually they have a WHO's who's your patch on there as well, and it's kind of hand in hand. They usually. That's like people taking catcher in the Ryan killing over a decade like it's you know. Nine rain patches. Say I never seen that, but you got a lot more punk concerts idea. There's not who's your batches. However, that would be that'd be pretty over the top testament to your racism if. You have a right now. I'm so hardcore. A I'm going to skip over kept taking notes on how fucking weird. The score was an out of place like it opens with a little overture and then there's like strange choices of score like first of all. There's songs in here compositions that are I thought there are literally taken from hoosiers I went back and listen to both and it turns out she just kind of inspired by users obviously can't be a mistake the fucking score everywhere like at one point member Milla, Jovovich plays a hooker who lives next door. There's rented a poor rented motel or whatever, and at one point Denzel goes over heart-to-heart weather and there's just relentless strings. It, it's more powerful than the dialogue. And is review for ESPN. Bill Simmons wrote quote if someone ever wrote a book called how to how the wrong soundtrack in submarine movie there's a ninety, nine, point nine, nine, nine, nine, nine, nine, percent chance that he got game would be chapter one and he also called it hundred thirty six minutes of rambling nonsense and give the soundtrack enough I agree. I don't I. Don't know what I'm going to remember about this movie positively in the future I don't know why is considered. I think guy eighty, three, percent eighty, six percent or something rotten tomatoes. I don't know what kind of movies Spike Lee was trying to make. It felt heart tugging at the heartstrings sometime the load like like like a relentless hip hop going and like basketball scenes, judges gyrated all over the place. I cannot recommend he got game. If you like this movie I'm guessing you saw it at the right age maybe I was awesome and the basketball scenes were cool I don't know. I. Don't know what there is to defend about this movie. Do you. Remember the fantastical ending I'm not going to give it away who cares but. There's Almost fantasy ending that kind of take place in reality it's. Absurd. I do not. I believe I. saw it listen to the theater I I thought that I was supposed to like Spike Lee and I thought that he was A good director because that's what I was told Time and time again. So I used to like go see his movies when I come out and I was one of the directors who I kept kept track of before I think bamboozled was kind of the last Straw for me one of my least favorite movies ever but here. Here's what I. Spike Lee has ideas I think are very thought provoking. Provocative. I think they're well intentioned and I think he would be a a great producer. I don't think he can execute as a director. I just don't think he's a great director I. Think he's But I don't think he's a great writer either actor. No. Producer I love the idea of, let's make a black version of hoosiers or should be a black version of hoosiers. Let's make this making the same styles hoosiers, but it's going to have a different message. That's a great idea but he can't pull off what hoosiers was. He can't even come close. Well, that's funny measure that 'cause you said he has great ideas the idea of like. Like, a like a single thing actually. So reality kind of raising sister alone right. So the idea of an inner city like basketball star who's basically the man of the house raising his sister and his digest out of prison after killing his mom, not the fucking great idea but this executed. So it's almost like a Tony Scott film like it's just so over the top silly. Yeah there's a lot of over the top with with and I think. He almost thinks. It's cinema. So it'll do the job and that's the sense that I remember the floating heads in in black KLANSMAN. Thankfully now. You don't remember like the floating heads where they're they're they're at the like the rallies and she was giving speeches and whatnot, and it was showing people in the audience but there are vignettes of of. Almost. Like portrait's and. It's almost like he's thinking I it's going to be on the big screen. There could be music behind and it's going to be powerful because that's going to be big and it's GonNa work and it's just you can try these things out. But if they don't work, they don't work and he forces things that just don't work all the time and maybe it's because he's he's told that they work and maybe they do work for people. It just doesn't work for me I I don't know and it's it's such A. Specially today it's everything's so racially charged. The last thing I wanted to do is come off like a racist but at the same time, I don't want to be dishonest about my taste of movies. So it has nothing to do with him being black it has to do with him not not very good filmmaker what it's always been. So excited to say Google Block, clansman floating heads the first thing that comes up the New York Times article saying how spike Lee created three signature visual shots. I don't think it's likely as being particularly visual or signature, but he. He does things that other people other directors do. I. got. I was assigned the movie Yes you know what? Let's. Let's say you WANNA. Let. Me Do one. Let me let me do whatever. I got a movie. That's. been waiting to talk about it. I just don't want to load up with too many documentaries and I want to a little space but I really liked this movie and it's a movie that was released this year as well as I can tell and it's got some. Grammatical stuff going on in the title. So you got to follow me here. It's it's a documentary scream. Queen. So scream comma. So Scream Queen My nightmare on ELM street. And this is two thousand, nine, hundred film. Directed by Roman. To me empty and Tyler Jensen I saw it on shudder during that week that I had shudder. I will go back to the well. We'll shudder because there are some other things on there that I didn't get a chance to watch but scream queen. Scream Queen. Street is the story of Mark Patton Star of not Maranello. Street to. In his journey from the time that movie was released until now and it is fascinating and it's fantastic and I highly recommend I've gotten some mixed reviews to people in my own personal life that I've said, I love this movie you gotTa, see it and one friend in particular said it was depressing and sad I didn't take it that way I took it as very interesting. So here's a story Nightmare on ELM street was. The big sequel to Wes. Craven's original which you know you can change the game. Right it was all new. Tape talking about. Yeah. Free to Freddy's revenge. Right are you familiar how familiar are you with as movie? Not at all I've seen the first one and that's it. That's it. You haven't seen this. That's that's a damn shame. Not unexpected but a damn shame. Me Hold the phone for one second hold the phone here. Hold the phone. Let me see. Just keep keep holding the phone they're older pulled. All right. Right I guess I do. Okay. So nightmare on ELM street to was. Mark Patents big break because he had been in Hollywood for a little while and he was he was pretty successful with staged off and commercials and and whatnot. But when he got his first lead in a big movie that everyone was talking about because everyone was talking about the follow up to the original Freddie movie he was pumped however, he was not so pumped twenty read the script and realized that there was a whole lot of homophobic subtext going on now he was He is a gay man he was a young gay man at the time of this and. He was in the closet and he felt like if he came out of the closet, it would ruin his career and now he's got his first big break. But this movie is filled with it. It's all about Freddie's inside of him and he's got this other parts to him that he's trying to hide from everyone and it's going it could kill him and it could kill other people and it was essentially a about AIDS. As far as you can tell, just looking on the on the I should also say that I saw this at the time they came out. Let me look it up Real Quick Wendy this con- nightmare on ELM street to. I saw furniture. To their Freddy's revenge eighty-five. So I saw this in the theaters, a little I didn't pick up on any of the the homophobic gay subtext at all yet you watch documentary. slathered it so. He had a bit of a hard time playing it straight because he is gay, he's very gay and also because he was grappling with was movie that I'm making I I think it's anti-gay right and he blamed the writer David Chen Skin mainly, he blamed the the screen screenwriter for this and. The screenwriter had said. In. Our interviews at that followed because this movie was panned, it was not well received The Freddie Fans don't love this movie. It's almost like its own separate entity from the franchise in a lot of ways. And the screenwriter said, Hey, look I didn't write anything no sub subject there's no subjects in there. It's the way that he played it. He made it into like this whole like gay homophobic thing and had nothing to do with me I didn't write on page thirty seven and then our lead character screams like a woman screams like a girl and that's how mark played. It's not my fault I didn't say Jesse screams like a girl here. He just scream like a girl because that's we is. So the movie picks up looking for. Mark. Patton. Who played he? Pretty pretty much fell off the face of the earth. After this movie came out and the way. They find him they find him. Of course, they find them because they don't have a documentary that they didn't. He was literally living off the grid down I'm Puerto Vallarta Mexico and. He becomes a very large part of this. Documentary and he's he's pretty much narrating for most a he's he is the the documentary and it's all leading up to him getting his chance to confront the writer about this and it's following him. Comfortable. Across the good. So yeah, he's it's all leading up to him sitting down with David Chan's asking David, tasking and It's it's following him on across the country doing these conventions he's. Nightmare on ELM street conventions. As you imagine, there's big conventions that travel around at every convention centers and he shows up tall he gets paid to do so and it turns out he's got a real huge fan following especially from the gay crowd because a lot of the gay community, consider this the biggest and first of its kind gay movie ever made, and they've really made it their own since its initial run and it's it is. It's one of the biggest things that I learned. And I think about and I saw this movie probably month ago and I still think about it every day. He was talking Mark Pan was talking about how the club scene like this late seventies like studio fifty four and and disco, and and all that stuff like he said that homosexuality was being accepted more than it had been accepted in the history of America and you know dating way back to like you know we've had eras where it was a part of the culture to just be gain like most most men were kind of dabbling back and forth right and he he was saying that we're getting close to that. Again he said that he didn't know anyone who was just completely straight everyone was at least by. Things were being accepted, and then AIDS came along and everything just flipped everything switched and everything became started getting berry homophobic very fast, and that's an Hollywood responded to the decisively and that's where we got all these Rambos and these Arnold Schwarzenegger mccheese male. Bravado, movies that I've always wondered like what made the eighties sing that way and that's that's why I mean if you believe this movies because they were trying to get away from anything deemed homosexual because everyone was terrified of aids and blaming the gays for the for the AIDS. So you know I when I say I think about this movie every day it's I hate not being able to express yourself the way you want to express yourself I hate I had to deal with so much shit. What we're sup- it's just because like my taste in music or my tasting close growing up I'm talking about you know twelve thirteen, fourteen, fifteen years old I used to wear makeup I was I was made fun of all the time I was called gale the time I. Was Pretty Gay. And I I still fell into the The the normal, the norm of homophobic jokes and all through like the eighties right up through the nineties like my Go-to. Insult was to make some kind of homophobic like, oh, it's because you're gay we used to do it on the show back and forth, and it's just so happy and I'm just I'm really disappointed I'm saying I'm very disappointed that I was that Lazy Guy for as long as I was when really everything stand for and everything that I believe in is about being who you want to be. Without being persecuted for it and I hate the whole like you know what you should be normal that quote unquote normal. That's what I was fighting against. Beitar life and then the biggest causes are one of the biggest things right in front of me is homosexuality and I just went right with the crowd and was like Oh. Yeah. Homophobic jokes are hilarious. Just they're easy and they're right there and It frustrates me snow end Brian I I hate my younger self for that. Well, for many of. US feels I absolutely do I absolutely do and it's almost it was almost like. PREDESTINE. Propaganda against AIDS that all of this, and then there's a montage the middle of movie where I it shows just Things in pop culture that were just rife with. Homophobia. It's fascinating I. I really really liked this documentary all that being said, Mark Pattern a little full of himself by the end a little bit Mimi Megan everything about himself, demanding apologies and He he got a little bit much by the end for me at. He wasn't sympathetic as I would have liked him to have been for me to really love this movie you like. Gay. How he's he's a feminine not over the top effeminate but he he's a bit well I mean he interviews some stage work with some drag queens and the drag Queens far are way more aggressive and Masculine I guess then he is if that answers your question. It's interesting. Not say about I. Scream Queen. Whereas, one watch this. This showing said. Yeah Worthless I love it. I love it and I just I can't believe that I never thought about it for a moment like dude, what's the homophobic jokes when your entire thing is like you know you want to be able to be as you your belief in individuality and Personal Freedom. It's right there and you're part of your one of the prosecutors. What are you doing? What are you doing I I can't believe I never had that moment. As a young person. You talked about that. You know cut it off. At the pass. I don't think it is a thing of the past I. Don't know if it's really around like he used to be be saying foolish things but I mean. I mean obviously I don't hear it with my friends but. I don't know I just I don't know. I mean I find to use the word gay like South Park still uses the why can't I? It's stupid. Wasn't a subplot in. Twenty, two jump street like younger younger Franco Dave? Franco. was like like they tried to get him like I don't know saying. Some. Gabe something and he's like do whatever I'm gay or or there was it was something like that I remember that or not. That was twenty one jump street. was, the first one. I think it was the first one because everything was reverse and that's what made it. So funny was that the new kids I remember Jonah Hill was like the cool guy and channing tatum was like he thought he'd be the cool guy but he wasn't because the new generation. But then that's why I didn't like the second one, twenty, two jump street because it was just one right back to the norm where like the jock? Looking, guy was in charge again Gotcha. Anderson I have three film fest. This week wanted them we have. Okay well, it was I was. Sorry I thought at three more I'm like dude. So three total well, it's going to be even shorter than you anticipate because one of them was as basketball movie good enough to make my top five save that for my top five list. Instead let's jump right to the film that was signed by me to you. Want. To. Jackson. Purchased prison. Renan. came out this year actually comes out this Friday right comes out the day comes out today. Nice directed by Romania, Malko. Romney Malka Stars in this as the Titular Tijuana Jackson also Regina Hall Co Stars. You might know her from girls trip or scary movie speaking of Scream Queen Anderson. Now, what did you think of Jackson? Did Not. Like. That's right. Well, I. Thank you for the new wants review. Snow. Okay so this movie was tough for me. Brian because as you might know, my least favorite genre by far and away the Mockumentary, I just do not like the mockumentary. The mockumentary does everything that I can't stand. And most especially the they're almost always comedic and They just seem to think they're so funny and they're not and they're not believable and they're usually poorly acted poorly shot and I I see like a a lazy way of telling a story because you can have shitty camera work and get away with it because it's supposed to be a documentary and. I know that's probably not totally fair because there are some art to to shooting something to make it look like it's happening on the fly. However, it's just does for the same reason that I don't respond to the office like everyone loves the office and that's shot mockumentary style. that being said, those arrested development and modern family, but the writing, I think overcame my hatred of that style So this I had a hard time with this one from the get go and it's just because it's not the type of movie I, like. That being said, you allowed your prejudices to factor of you. Yes, absolutely that being said T to Jackson. The lead character here is. A character that could very well come up on a list in the future. He is a very, very well-defined memorable character who I. Really. Did enjoy spending some time with he was exhausting at times but I did love his performance I do appreciate the writing and there's a lot of like Visual. Jokes that. Hit pretty well landed pretty well one. So why don't you give the gist of the movie? The gist is that Tijuana Jackson is an inmate at a state penitentiary and he is about to be released and is very colorful. Figure Anderson said he has lots of opinions, lots of thoughts and ever to loss for words. He's happy to share his thoughts and opinions and his goal pawn release is to become a motivational speaker, which is interesting. I mean considering he's a convicted felon, but there's anything anything's possible I agree with you. Anderson. The He's released. He goes back to his mom's MOM's houses sister is there with our kid? It's IT'S A it's a complicated situation. I agree with you. Anderson I. Thought the best part of the movie was the performance I really enjoyed Tijuana Jackson the character. He was he was like I said colorful interesting never. Never. was bored by what he was saying. A visual gags like early. I. Feel guilty about how hard I laughed when they they did a long shot of him in the shower I'll just leave it at that covered insides. Shot I see it was a quick shot but yes, it was a long shot. From far awhile I think my favorite, my favorite visual gag was he he gets out of jail. He goes straight to his MOM's as a tragic character to you actually do feel bad for this guy is ridiculous as the movie is over the top as it is when he's waiting for his family and pick them up when I get sprung from jail and everyone else gets picked up and he's standing there in front of. The camera crew with nobody to pick them up. I actually I felt foolish for feeling bad for him because it's such a silly movie but I did but the little bed once he does get to mom's house because he is the man of the house or he was the man of the house before he went to jail, the lawn was overgrown to ridiculous proportions essentially sugarcane growing up over the roof of the house like the entire. Your he was walking through a jungle to get his mom outdoor was that was very funny and then the houses on recognizable the next day I don't know if they they through that in to help them with some locations that they're having problems with because I. don't even think it was the same house when they went back but they had I could be wrong but they somebody had mowed the lawn. The camera crew that showed up there because this house. Yeah they cut the grass. That was funny. The first time I laughed was probably twenty minutes or so and it was right around that same time once he got sprung from jail and then the. Film crew gives him a ride and he one of he has many things that this character does and I almost recommend this movie just for his his character because that character will be in my head forever. He's one of those guys I always think of him are all here like a line in my head of what was that from and then I'll make. Oh Yeah. Tijuana Jackson, he smokes as essentially chain smoking I. Don't know if there's a scene where he's not smoking, there's a couple. Of scenes where he puts a cigarette out and doesn't immediately light one up. But then a few cuts later he's got a cigarette. He's always got a cigarette in his mouth or in his hand and it's funny and he's with his little film crew that the sound guy, the camera guy and the the director girl, and she's like please you they're pretty up. She's pretty uptight and she said, please don't smoke in my car completely blows it off. I. Don't even know if you caught this. She's like please don't smoke in my car and he's like it's a menthol like that. That makes everything. Okay. It better mental. makes. It doesn't even count of smoking. Yeah lots of times in this movie and I'm glad you mentioned the bus stop seeing because I thought he did a really good job of nailing a very tricky tone, which is funny like there are some very funny moments and then there's some genuinely. Moments like. The bus stop scenes a really great example early in the film. But I thought did a good job of hitting that very tricky middle spot? Agreed and like I said, you know I. I don't pretend that I like every genre movie I'm not a giant fan of slasher porn. I, don't like the Rom, coms that much I don't like heavy dramas that much and I really don't like mockumentary. Bill wheelhouse and I don't try and. Openly, review movies that are made not for me so I think if you like the mockumentary if you respond to movies like Mockumentary is this is definitely movie for you and even if you don't i. got some out of it and I'm glad that I saw it because I did like his character and it's one of those movies where I wasn't really enjoying that much of it. I was being annoyed with many things because of my own little pet peeves. But by the time it was over I've actually enjoyed this movie much more since since it's been done, just thinking back on certain spots and thinking of his character 'cause he's like an uplifting character who's got delusions of grandeur. Sure. But you're rooting for them and you're pulling for him because you know that he's he's a good guy. He's not A. Means well, but he's on liable default back into bad habits quite easily. I don't know if he even means. Well, all all you want to do is just you know look out for himself throughout the entire movie he never really changes. The best part is when the boyfriend or about to get into a fight and the boyfriends clerk, and they're clearly going to fuck them up and the cut away, and the next thing you see is the amount the ground sitting talking to the. Film the film crew is I love Blah Blah Blah Blah. The last thing is how long was I out. I don't enjoy that I. mean that's. Another example of you know taking shortcuts and trying to make the most of them. Instead of shooting the fight scene just had that in there but it was it was it was clever and his character sings for sure I like his character that's it for me I'm doing this week our I got third one coming up later and you'll hear it is by number five. After this way we wait I didn't I had forgotten that. I got it to. Coming up next? You did it just. Enough time. Coming up and I do I do have one more Anderson you'll hear. 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I'm just trying to give you a little lesson your whenever you come up with the topic, your first instincts should I probably haven't seen enough of whatever that topic entails. That's that's my starting point for every single week. It should be it sounds like it wasn't this week and that's where you got in trouble. Dude. If we ever do good movies, I, don't know I'm going to do. Go ahead. So I have included a couple of documentaries because I've seen blocked basketball documentaries. An number five is a film I saw just this week when I was like, Oh yes was more basketball movies. This was rated eighty four percent run tomatoes came out this year, which is bizarre or at least unusual, and I had no interest Anderson at the time or even this week to see the way back starring Ben. Affleck. But boy was I surprised I was delightfully taken aback by the way back directed by Gavin O'Connor he directed Miracle Corrected Warrior and he directed the accountant which among those earns about three three big strikes for me by you like miracle or warrior I. Those Are Good Movie Not Stop it written by. Movies written by Brad ingles be. Writer of out of the furnace this is much more gritty than probably you're expecting. Ben Affleck all-natural stars in this. He was great Michaela. Watkins has also in this. I eighty four percent rotten tomatoes. So Ben Affleck is. He's a sad sack tough. I've actually years ago and this could have very easily made the list. He's sad fleck indices been sad or maybe Ben Fat Flick because he is put on the pounds he's. He's now calling and the weakest part of the movie and the movie stumbles out of the gate a little bit because he is. He's now. He has all the colic tropes. You see him drinking on the job drinking in the car drunk at the bar drunk and family gatherings like the movie of Badgers you over the head with like Hey, this guy was drinking problem. fucking get it but Once the movie gets going. So I think everyone's familiar with the plot I'll describe briefly and he gets a call out of the blue from the sort of headmaster at his old school a Catholic school he lives in La sort of long. Beach, area I guess also GonNa do and he gets a call. Hey, can you come on down to the school? Is like sure or whatever about doing much and they explained that the coach heart attack the basketball team and they had a replacement and he's like why not do the assistant coach Al Magical and like he's just got a new baby, he can't commit that kind of time and then AFLAC like know is. Toying with the idea and eventually convinced that it's the right thing to do, and of course I it's it's a little trophy it. I it's terrible. Team Rag tag team. But he whips under shape and they start to respond you can see where the move is going I appreciated the economy of going right. So the mood is interesting thing which is for a lot of the basketball games both winning and losing they they they the opening tip off and then they freeze for him to go right to the final score which I appreciated the economy of that like I don't need to see again all the tropes of the bad basketball team I getting waxed, and then getting a little better like we've seen it before we know what that is. So I'm glad that they waste time on that. The movie was surprisingly emotional. There's an important revelation. I'll just say the comes halfway through he and his wife are separated and that's review that that's in the opening you got the you get that you get that information right away but important revelation halfway through that took me a little by surprise I will say i. Was it was surprisingly emotional. A lesser movie might have ended There's this triumphant freeze frame where they win a big game. But then there's a half hour lecture the movie, and this is one of those movies whereas I don't I don't exactly know where this is going. With this with this last half hour but it was impactful and good and I recommend the way back to people. It's going to take you bus surprise not the movie you think it is it's not just coach over a rag tag team shape. This is this is. Dare I say the best acting of ever seen for Ben Affleck I don't know if that's saying much but he was he was fantastic. I endorse this movie. movie. Batman movie that he's in a couple of that movies and they're all. I've seen them. I saw Batman Superman and Justice League. Has. He been in a standalone Batman movie he has. Saying like his accident Batman might change your opinion. It being the best. Oh no I've seen and I can comfortably say this is far better acting out of Ben Affleck. So of the movies you've seen what's what do you think is the best acting Ben? Affleck's done that you've seen. That's same with my favorite piece of Dog poop. Is that I had to pick up with the backyard sin. It's been a full week and I haven't today was the first day that I got the bag out because the gardeners are in and make better clean them up I don't know if I pick a favorite. Of those things that I had to pick up. Chasing amy like I. Show emotion they're chasing amy. Jay. I'd have to go like pour overs is. His credits as well, which I don't actually know what doing anytime soon little cameo in move the fucking boiler room was actually really good. He was good and boiler room I hate to admit that. Hey, Brian what was it? I found interesting. It's a basketball movie however, like you said, they'd tip off and then it would smash cut to the end. Not, for every game for like he coaches them all. Right Buddy. It's funny. It's funny that they did that to save time. And it's considered a basketball movie but they didn't do that to save time when we had to see his alcoholic behavior like, what are we know? Enters enters the room smash cut to him being thrown out. They save some time there but it sounds like the really like chew the scenery and enjoy yourself with his drinking. Yeah. They wallow in it for sure that navy they reveled. Interesting is found to be. Interest. Now. pleasantly. Surprised by the way back. So you guys you guys out there could do a hell of a lower and the lockdown. Search for new movies. The twenty twenty movies the way back is legit I stand by so we've heard. Right. Available rental only as you might imagine, it's. My Okay I think we're going to have three crossover here, which is another problem. We have. With this however, I, don't think this will be on your on your list. We already talked a little bit about how Pittsburgh does not have a team the last time this movie came up and less I flip fest since I've seen it but I don't even know if I did Dave Damasec brought it up on on the program. On years and years ago. But yeah the fish that saved Pittsburgh the fish that saved Pittsburgh is a delightful romp. It is very independent films very odd choices it's. been. A it's should have more of a cult following than it does came out in nineteen, seventy nine directed by Gilbert. Moses and it is based on and I I believe this is actually reality. I think this actually happened where the the owner of this hapless base basketball team in Pittsburgh decided to only acquire players that had the same the same astronomical sign, which was Pisces. He only look for Pisces he only wanted to have pisces on his team thought that they'd be able to mesh well fit together well, and it was it was made at a time where everything was about astrology and. Everyone was buying into that bullshit and that's what this story is and it's the fish to save Pittsburgh. It's really a movie of its time. It shows a gritty Pittsburgh shows gritty lifestyle of nine, hundred, seventy nine, and it is fun I- enjoyable I was aware of it when damage brought it up I might've even seen as a child by that point but I've seen it more recently in the ten years since he brought it up here on this program and it is my number five for basketball movies that finish that save Pittsburgh this is available for rental only so you can't even dip your toe. Sorry is this is this legit good or rounding No it's not it's not legit. Good. I've probably seen. Eighteen basketball movies and most of them are not good. I was GONNA say I remembered halfway through my research and like, Oh, I've seen the Arab there and then I was like went doctor like, oh no, this is a terrible movie. I saw I was like twelve. Oh Brien I had to consider Teen Wolf from my list I actually had to consider. So it's just I. Mean. I, just don't think there's that many great basketball movies made now that's the problem. I did my research. All this May this may be only like thirty basketball movies out there and I've seen probably two thirds of them. Most of them are very ongoing. Did you stoop to my level and include documentary their list I did. Stoop. Scheme the scheme was almost on my list. The skins good though. This scheme is very good. Yes screams enjoyable. Documentary, at number four I don't think I've ever brought this up before maybe once if I flicked fest it eight years ago. And a very interesting retroactive discovery about this movie it's called. Now stick with me Anderson is called Magic Bird, a courtship of rivals. This is an HBO documentary from Two Thousand Ten and I. Remember I've always had a very like strong memory of really liking this movie finding it surprisingly emotional. Especially, if it was could have very easily been a disposable Disposable serviceable HBO documentary. Came and went, and I've thought about this for like eight years how much I responded this emotionally and not not coincidentally I looked I was doing research on this and look up the director as Reddell who you may know as he went on many years later to make Oj made in America. So no kidding I responded to it at the time it was a young. Woman who went onto makeup Oscar winning documentary really really good one. This is so much better than needed to be. This could have been in one eye out the other and instead it turned out to be like genuinely heartfelt and emotional. Like, this this could have been tough. I've bromance is like a real life romance. Of course, it's magic and bird they started Larry Bird. Magic Johnson they started off as rivals and ended up as. As a sort of unique rivalry slash friendship that documented this from college to today. And then you know the the real emotional impact because at the end towards the end when magic talking about how Larry Bird reached out to hurt he had HIV and they'd been rivals for so many years. On, easy friends, the rivals and it is a it's powerful. It's a really great moment and I've always liked and still to this day stand by this semi obscure documentary magic and bird courtship of rivals books can be seen on. HBO. Go streaming platforms. Jessica Gamble. Director. All right. I want to say that you assign this to me years ago, but I could be wrong. That would make sense I. Don't know if I have. That'd be weird. I don't know if it was half as good as you're saying is if it would be a question, I would just be like Oh. Yes. Of course. Gray, moving rituals. It's also on my list you know if it was half as good as your say so. So for me. Number four, four more sticking in the seventies Brian talking a little robby Benson here. One on one for two years for the one on one two years to one on one on one is a movie that I watched number of times in the Child I. Love that Robby Benson we need more robby Benson in our lives. What happened Robinson. So talented actor musician. Sang's. Acts. Multiple these. This is the story of. Of Henry Steele, who is a standout basketball player in his high school? Senior year, and he's highly sought after by numerous schools for scholarships and it's one of those stories of a little fish big pond. He's a big big fish, a little pond in the high school ranks, and then he sees all these challenges. Once he gets into the high school ranks not only on the court but with his classes spend a lot of time talking about his reading disability and dyslexia and how that really affected, not only his his ability on the court but his ability with school obviously, and then of course, it becomes a bit of a romance once his tutor gets involved and start showing them how to To to battle through not only reading but her pants as well and I I I really enjoyed that one on one one on one little bit unbelievable Robby Benson doesn't really strike you as a stand out basketball player. However, he did do a lot of practicing and gotten shaved and got ready for this role and he wasn't a Schlub, but he just can't imagine this little white kid. Would have been sought after anytime. You Know Post Jim Crow Law. Right good point. Yeah that definitely takes me out of a movie when there's someone out there who clearly can't handle the ball or or whatever. Now he he's he could do that. You can buy that he would be like a star point guard like in Indiana or something you know what I mean. Nebraska she said that's why Teen Wolf didn't like my last. Should've said. UTAH. What. Teen Wolf was one of the movies I think that they used in montage that I was talking about and scream queen. where? Pop Culture. There's some really overtly home homophobic jokes going on with that team wolf really. Yeah. We didn't even notice it was like your your. It was like catch up on your Burger. It was just everywhere. Yeah. Of course, there's a homophobic choko why one of the I mean it's comedy. Of course, there was a lot of homophobia in police academy. Man. fucking crazy. All right. Good. That's number four. Or number three for me. I don't want to step on anders in any of your. Future picks to imagine this on your list software. So I can talk as much or as little about white men can't jump as you live from nine, hundred, Ninety two directed by Ron Shelton. Starring forced Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson along with Rosie Perez. Show seventy, six run tomatoes. Too. Low shockingly low. What is it? How much? Seventy six? Ninety or Maybe maybe it was a collective effort and all the writers at you're really like the seventy sixers and they wanted to make sure that that makes. Sense that makes a lot of sense of stretch. It's. So interesting. You mentioned as much as you like talk as much as you like that and it's funny you mentioned. Robby. Benson and you know having to. You who looks the part? Who doesn't who comply who can't? The guys in this movie specifically, Woody Harrelson Wesley Snipes could really play and it was kind of Nice to see like guys who who looked like this playing basketball playing basketball hall, of Famer, Bob the knee or was hired as a technical consultant and he noted that what he Harrelson is actually the better basketball player than Wesley snipes make sense what Harrison grew up in Indiana, it's basketball haven. If you will. Anderson Fun Facts the category foods star with the letter q was an actual jeopardy category in October of Nineteen Ninety, seven, five years later. Falls the. Chew. I. Barry. Barry. White men. Can't, jump white men. Can't. Jump. But the. Guy. Game. In. Billy be yeah delicate. Oil Why. White men can't jump came up on a on a list not too long ago. No. Probably. We both loved this movie and I. Got You were talking about it not too long ago. Probably link was a rival stuff I've rivals. Might have been or maybe in Brahmins. That's another great. That's how you know a great movie. I'll always remember the characters name Sidney Dean, and billy like there's just ingrained. I agree with that. I got we're going to break. Three. Oh. Did you I? I. The way it didn't we both do our three. What's your number three man? You did really show. You did Man I'm sorry I'm sorry I'm all over the map here I apologize paint. League. See like this is a movie about podcasters. They'd be like that one that one guy kind of believed him. He sounded like you know he did this on a regular basis but that other radio guy I don't believe that he was actually do you see what he's doing he's doing. Yeah. Number three is movie affirmation hoosiers. It is fantastic movie despite the fact that Spike, Lee things, racist reasons love it. There are there hoosier patches? Right, that's right with the hoosier patches. If you noticed American history x, they all have some hoosier memorabilia somewhere on their person. Yeah you've never never really noticed that but it's just it's. It's the little engine that could Derek Villiers learning a Jimmy Chitwood Jersey. I never noticed that before but you're right never noticed that until now. It's just. A really quality movie. One of those movies out of the eighties that actually is really high drama good drama effective drama and there's really no corny parts in from my memory just a solid solid movie and if I didn't like to more than this Brian, it would be my number one see how that works but. Look it up David and and SPA who directed this and You know he's he's more than a serviceable director. He also did rudy and he just kind of fell off the map and it's it's weird. You still his most recent credit is he produced something called the good. Catholic 2017. Love. But he hasn't directed anything since a little red wagon in two, thousand twelve and Little Red Wagon is. Not really well, received Oh. It's not like poorly-received. There's only like five hundred and forty two ratings Florida on imdb like it's a movie no one saw. No one's heard of. I it's weird that director of a movie as successful and memorable as Hoosiers, which is a household name that movie one come up on multiple lists here. Dennis Hopper. Very. Uncut. Some of the most uncomfortable shooter earns you can imagine Hsieh. Firm to. Not have made a movie in eight years. The last movie that he made only got like five hundred and forty ratings. It's it's it's scary depressing and. That somebody could be at the top of their game. So that's my number three and I got pretty much my take away. Who's got a fun story about dividends. And this could mean something could be nothing I before you and I am at Anderson for you or in my life I, was dating a very nice girl to. WHO She went to a bar. Let him stunning cleans was one of those bars in Santa Monica and she came home. With a friend and she came home and I was like, oh Good. I met the director of a met David an SPA David from hoosiers. So yeah, he said he'd directed hoosiers and Rudy. Yeah. He fucking fucking. Hey, did like, yeah, he was at the bar drinking it was struck up a conversation. So I. Don't know that. I. Don't I only have one story about David. ENSOR. Perhaps he. Enjoys going to the bar a little too much perhaps one time occasion. Or perhaps you know that's kind of the perfect name to claim to be. Up and checks and it was a long. Directed Rudy. Somebody somebody who was doing that with Kubrick color mccoubrey because the movie they made out of it and there's a realize guy who's gone around New York just telling everyone that WHO Stanley Kubrick during. Kubrick. SINOE recluse years or a you know he was never coming out and then no one knew any better. They didn't know what Stanley Kubrick looks like. So in the movie, it's What's his name? John John Malkovich plays the the guy that's the impostor but and wouldn't be the first time that's happened but it probably was an spa. And perhaps, that is why he stops hasn't anything eight years. Let's go by the bar right TV's their. Clients get to. All right. Here we go. Coming up next. Top Two basketball movies well time. Lis- Hello. Hello Brian Hello Torres Officer. Going there you getting. 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Based loosely on Milan highschool a real Indian school the one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, state championship very racist according to a spike Lee. I totally understand how was that I I get. That makes perfect sense to me. However, I I like to think that I like it despite the fact that you know it's about the way kids I think it would have been just the fact of just as effective if role reversal and like you know. Black kids never did well in basketball for about swimming or something a it was a black team I get. It was just about the underdogs and. White kids are oftentimes underdogs. So it's Kinda hard to avoid that well on better. The white kids only a part of the movie. I. Didn't like everything else. Great. This is AF is number thirteen most inspirational film of all time. Also AF is number four sports. Festival time was nominated for two Oscars best score best supporting actor Dennis Hopper lost to. Michael Caine for Hanna. Enter. Sisters. My cocaine. I only say the name now to get you to say his name an accent. I can't not. Number. Number two for me Brian this is a movie that I might have still been avoiding if it wasn't for. God? This is hard to get it out. Wasn't for. You let it wash our teams hoop dreams. Games eighteen ninety four documentary hoop dreams I thought it was going to be something different than what it was like. What did you think was going to be is worth every two hours, fifty minutes I thought it was just going to be a lot about basketball culture and. How you know you gotta like Uh Lingo for the but I don't know why I just I maybe some kind of prejudice coming I wonder you're like hooters so much you racist piece of Shit when I when I saw the trailer for this movie, Hoop Dreams did not. Do much for me. It did not inspire me to want to watch it, but once I was assigned it years and years ago I love this movie it's a human interest story. It's story about these two kids It came up recently this this movie when I was talking about ringside, which was like a light version of hoop dreams boxers who are kids and you're talking about how? Hoop Dreams got lucky 'cause the two teams met in. The finals. Apparently they did not I got an email from a listener who saw very recently and they're like, yeah, it was very confused was talking about how they met up. Because I was hoping that would happen and it did not happen. So Brian's memory is fogged there but you know what you got the you got the brain cancer there. So I'll give you. Did. Even though they did it meet up and I had to be reminded of that. It is a movie that just like you know it's two hours, fifty minutes and it's hard not to. It's hard to you know take a bathroom break you don't WanNa. Turn this thing off Steve James. The director did phenomenal work and the characters they. Are. Great. They're likeable and you really are polling for everyone on that screen hoop dreams was phenomenal. Love that Hoop drips number two basketball move time says me. As spectacular number one for me is hoop dreams favorite basketball movie of all time. Is impossible not to at least like you should love this movie. It's a little dated I mean it's only four and feel like it was filmed well before that. But that's the nature of documentary filmmaking the USTA. Black. So good, and this is a documentary of its era I urge you to get past that. This was named the all time greatest documentary by the International Documentary Association back in two thousand. Seven. Named best documentary I guess by the film critics, New Newark, film critics, Sundance, and none other than Roger Ebert named this the best film of the nine hundred and ninety S. You know what I. I. I. Don't not. I still am not exactly sure why I was even though I heard I kept hearing how great it was I. Just I was resistant and I I just don't know why is it because I liked it. Might have been but I mean I think resisting before you even met you because it came out in ninety four. So slide. Resistant by the time that the that the run time was intimidating and annoying I there should not be documentary about basket high school basketball. They'd runs two hours and fifty minutes. I didn't like the poster. The poster doesn't do much for me at all and makes them look like he's an angel above the city like above Chicago didn't didn't love that but all that you just take all that just cleared off the table and you just. You just watch aggie and and gates and and you. Just. Let it wash wash like you just said when I said it was because of you let that wash over, you let this movie wash. where is this plane whereas this plane? This is On the Fan, doors. HBO and the Fan Door. Number one for me. It's the after mentioned white men can't jump much more than a basketball movie but basketball is the heart of the movie. It's a movie about characters move survivals, move about hustle and it's move relationships some movie about comedy and this movie works on all of those fronts. Absolute of white men can't jump nineteen ninety-two. You can only rent this movie, but I would imagine a lot of you've. Already seen it. If you have not I, highly recommend the click on through and and watch us maybe you rarely hear me say that but if you've not taken the plunge with the white men can't jump, you're going to enjoy it. I can almost guarantee that you're going to enjoy it. You know what? Yes I rarely I've never done this rented through rent it watch it don't like it. Send me an email. and. I'll you three bucks? Now. Offer Anderson. Don't write shadow. Cash. I don't know if I should leave that in a very poor man. All. Good. He's good for me. I'll steak you. Know. If I'm going to do that if you'd be on my feet. I'm imagining like three hundred emails coming in. And I did not anticipate this. All right. Yeah. You ready for the listen list compiled every week by Jordan Wolf up there in Canada and you can see him do the list. Whole on twitch I guess he didn't do it last week but he runs our instagram as well and he compiled the list every Tuesday evening seven, thirty Pacific Standard Time on twitch. Here. is a listener list in. Number five listeners say space jam. Excuse me. I think I think saw at the right age probably style. More space jam. Number four is he got game looking at Brian. Unless. There's love it oh. Yes, we love. Eight and a half percent of the overall vote and fifteen percent of the top five is blue chips and other movie I've not seen seen parts of it but. That's the Nick Nolte movie. I've not seen that blue chips in its entirety number two hoop dreams Hoop Dreams throw him in rock hoop dreams six little law. Over twenty six, top five. It's never ever once uttered and number one favored basketball movie says, our listeners is hoosiers fantastical with the hoosiers All right. So that's that's that's it. I. Got some also Rans also runs now I guess you don't. Fast. The scheme fast break basketball diaries and I said Teen Wolf was in the running at one point. I was considering their stance, but that's a ten part documentary series I couldn't really would have allowed it. was very good. Number Five I have. Your out. The way back because out. Let's get through this because we're having some technical issues here So I'm going to power through. Here we go last week the gambling flick was very personal I. was curious but also I got fatigue like so many of you do probably with that movie that I made Gruber's but it was interesting to see the results. So the. Positive was have you seen groupers the movie that I wrote directed produced and I've been talking about for three years now and I, guess sixty two percent of you just under two thirds of you had seen it and Brian guest eighty, four percent actual retail value. Seventy percent of you have seen this movie. So Lemons. Now you want out still thirty percent of you. Thirty percent of you. Out there three and ten who are listening to these words either you hate me here you're scared of the movie Broke doesn't county more unless you don't have. Amazon prime and I guess you don't have Amazon prime, but it's on the Amazon prime it's onto. You can watch for free. You can download the APP anytime and watch it with some ads here and there, but that won't cost you anything. So even if you don't have Amazon prime, there's no excuse not to obscene in Gruber's. So and I can almost guarantee that you're gonNA be pleasantly surprised. That's most emails most emails I thought it was going to be just awful I was. Just horrible quality or people are selling me I was afraid that it was going to be really gnarly because I know your tasting movies and then it gets pretty dark movies over the top wonky. Wacky. Absurd comedy. It's a message movie. At Center but it's it's a comedy. I wanted to put a little spoonful of sugar with the with the message that was put in soap messages mainly about homophobia and hypocrisy. Their hypocrisy is I really at the center. So Brian, what are we gambling on this week? We do hoop dreams. Should really gone unprepared. disappointed. I have. Not. I have not dove into what's coming out this week yet. So there could be some big movies coming out this week I don't think so I don't think there is still in. In flux. You you mentioned how gray white men can't jump as and people. If they haven't seen it, you'll pay for it for them if they don't like it. So I was thinking of cutting that out. Now I got to leave that in Yup. GotTa leave that in. It's called. Let's. Let's do Makan Jump Yeah. It's such a enjoyable pleasurable movie. It really is. It's very now if you hate woody Harrelson or you hate was snipes or you hate Rosie. Who knows people If you hate all these people and you know you're gonNA hate it then don't don't don't watch it. It's not for you but I imagine that most all you, it's just it's my very strong. Endorsement to say please watch it if you do. So Click through and and I I will that's worth three bucks at you if if you really hated it if it was a really Money to do that to address them. His wife will leave right so. Let's let's do that your wife believe you. Hunting. Arthur. Hundred Bucks I am. One hundred people for. White. What all right. I'm. Hopefully no-one no-one does. But if you do I'm I'm I'll stand by why can't you? All right score wise. How many people have seen this movie let me know when you're ready and I'll tell you my score. I'm ready. I. Wait. I'm not ready. Man. Whatever you whenever you're ready. To. Ready. Here we go. One to sixty, sixty one what would you say? Sixty six sixty one. All right. Yeah. I hunch is the white one as good as this is like. Our audience skews a little younger, the nineteen ninety-two movie in his very ninety S. And like you said, you can't streaming anywhere. So I wonder I don't think a huge enjoy when Israel. Over. Very Long. You might win this round. I. All that having literal heaven in Hind. You heard from my end that was me looking at the year again, trying to figure out and I was doing the median. Average age of listener and how old they were ninety two and that that's what I saw I was I should've gone lower. Got It. All right. So I won't last week as I predict a sixty two and it was seventy you particularly four. So see how that works there eight percent difference. Four year. So Have you. Dive. I'm GonNa, have you dive in? To a movie that I've been wanting to watch for literally years and I'm just like, what am I gonNa pay for that it's a documentary. flatliners I'm. I. I'm. Treating myself and possibly treating you to something that probably is quite glorious and that is called my best fiend. My best. Fiend you can watch us on to be for free or you can pick up. Oh, bucks for on the Old Amazon. My best fiend, I won't say anything more about it but there are some. Some recognizable. Fitzcarraldo Now. We'll be watched by me and you you and I. So let's let's do that if it's half as good as burden of dreams were in retreat. Oh my this. 'cause. Kinski High S-. So this is. More about. fisker although. I try to entertain them. Let's get out of here. You come on. Let's go. Let's go. ARE WE'RE GONNA pay? Let's get out of here. All right. We're GONNA pay off our gambling in two weeks. Out of town next week but we'll have brand new episode for recording after this and a hold on me look all the I really enjoyed the listener art you sent over. Timely. Actually. Yeah. That's perfect. Weight always do is todd wow. Slices. Body. That's nice. Thanks to John, oxx or one of our great. Contributors Jonathan. Oxford. To the Listener Art He's done some great ones in the past. Check it out. ANDERSON BRIGHT DOT COM. Lace. Chris. Say Lilies less Sony. Listen requests. Requests and in gratitude those were are featured artists this week. Page around we got a brand new exciting one this month next month technically. Excuse me Anderson and Brian is where you go Anderson and Brian Dot com or click through Amazon banner which we appreciate. facebook twitter, the film vaults instagram Anderson and Brian as well. Thanks to. Go Jordan Wolf, Mitch Burns, and Mike. Cole. For All of your help this week we appreciate it. Did you skip over again the? Archive that I had to every week I did. 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Carolla Classics: Joel McHale, Judd Apatow, and Lake Bell

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Carolla Classics: Joel McHale, Judd Apatow, and Lake Bell

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This one is from twenty twelve in a features. Lake Bell guesting I know her best from the movie she did call the a world she wrote directed starred in that one. What do you? What do you remember from? That as well as children's hospital, cordray was on early to promote that one of just moving to adult swim came out of the First Park West shows. This is her first appearance on ACS, but previously to this. She was actually on another show. I think you work on. Har Car something Yep. She was a guest on car cast before the Corolla show. She loves cars and. I think Goldberg is the only the person that that happened with the crushed an episode of Car cast and the for years. Bell was much quicker, but yeah that Goldberg episode and Now Gober Co host, the second episode, the Carcass. That's completely right. Yeah, every Wednesday with Matt with the Andhra checkout car cast episodes a week now one hosted by Goldberg. But we. Lake Bell. On the Adam show two thousand twelve. She's also awesome. She was hilarious. It's a really fun. Episode Back During Allison Era Twenty Twelve Tober fourteenth aired following day Adam Corolla show nine thirty three lake. Bell Alison Rosen Brian Bishop. Check it out. YEAH WELCOME BACK LAKE! Bell Lakes. We've had in the studio talking about cars now. We're going to talk a little children's hospital good. Thanks for having me back, I love the fact that you're gearhead. And by the way I should tell everyone website if you wanNA check out. children's Hospital adult swim dot. com slash children's hospital and you can. tweet her at Lake. Bell What is your automotive? History Lake. Well it, you know. I can't take credit for it just as like an that's not just my interest. Because of was because my dad, my Dad Harvey Siegel owns racecar tracks, and he was an amateur racer his whole life. He was a collector I mean it was always. He threw me in crazy cars. We had we had four forty in the in the parking garage that we never that he never touched, and we can never like. Breathe Air, but But He doesn't own that. Kearney more new. Just recent, that's the thing it's just recently. Made Money spent, but I think it's also like to box I want to talk about. Two million bucks, but I mean. A Lot, but he had a lot of car. He had a Lotta. Lake Shelby Cobras any hand. Yeah he was like afford dude and then. VR came up. It was a it was a historic track. Nineteen seventy four is when it sort of went Virginia International Racial VR and It was closed down grown over Dan Maudit. But he bought it had aiming. Isn't it off racetrack? How does that go with mom? I WANNA buy racetrack sounds really like in the selfish. Well like buying a boat is a tough sell for a wife, but buying a race track that seems like a really tall order. Wait a minute because he's he's real estate developer so. An amateur racer he was a collector. It was good Malcolm among of those two ideas right? So, it made sense, and it's a beauty I mean. VR I don't know if you've been there, but it's beautiful. Lamb these regal. There's something very visceral about putting a kid in a car and just punching it having that feeling of being pinned up against the back of the seat used to be a lot dangerous I. Mean doing it when Your Dad's cobras. But still that's a memory that stays with a young Gal it is, and I remember both times. My stepmother was pregnant we were. I feel like he planned this week. In New Jersey at our. We have a like a country farmhouse in Jersey and both times when she was going into Labor. We were there, so it meant that Dad's like I guess we're GONNA. Have to get in the car and drive like maniacs. Yeah both times both times she was like. Like, I remember the whole like Lamont, terrifying kid your God this one's dying. When driving like like police escort, prob like getting pulled over. We got a flat tire one time because he was going so hard. He was like you know like Dad. Why are you driving driving? Remember Yeah. I remember I can't remember the earliest one because I was really young, but the second one was a range rover, and he was like one of the first dudes who had a rain city. It was really it was like when they first came. Yeah, yeah, stolen right away by the way. We had car stolen all the time. Like eighty s New, York City. For? Weird because I feel like cars used to get stolen the lot hubcaps would get stolen a lot. Rams have stolen a lot. stereos would get stolen the lot. They take seats out of cars like they would do. A lot of that was their thing where people take hood ornaments to her stadiums. Oh Yeah who ornaments? The beastie boy! He's been renewed heck yeah. But not I mean I. Understand like saying the rest of the Jews, not just the BE. Let's not forget choose yeah, and now. Now the obviously, the Rolls Royce has to one that dips down. into the grill. Have you seen that actually hit a button and it just disappear. Really have not seen They beastie boy that you proved it Keisha. Facial, so! Sorry. Where were we children's hospital? Yes. We were giving birth in range. Rovers, right, but. So close, so how long were born in the hospital? Though they both were, we did stop in I, remember. We got a flat tire and I remember driving on the shoulder erratically and I was like what. He's trying on the shoulder. He's like no. That's my lane like that was. Yeah, he was like that's the land. That's for me. I always thought that was like the shoulders harvey. How how do you get into acting crazy background I think because it was my parents were divorced there was you know the divorce? I'd be like laugh at this. A laughing at that you know. And then it would be a source of trying to make everyone laugh or not thinking just procrastinating to go to bed. It was just I. Always wanted to be an actor. Since I was a kid, but the driving thing I didn't know I was current until later in life house. The Hollywood reporter test drive thing working out for how often do you do that I? Do it like I mean it's pretty good. Said do every two months. Your car you drive around right a column on it. Yeah, you're right. You know anecdotal kind of fun thing. It's not like I'M A. Actual car car. Reporter, it's! It's speak to the experience, and you know how how how it sort of plays into my life, but it's not like. I learned more about this sort of innards of cars and performance of cars from that. Though for the company, because the company gives you a free car to drive around for two weeks and then possible you talk shit about it right awesomely, but that is I mean. Isn't that you I? Mean that's how that's the name of the game. Right I guess so, but it is kind of you know like fifty five sixty, five seventy grand car you go out and flog it for a couple of weeks now put a little Ding in the door and then you go. My Cup of Tea Exterior Yeah I'm. Excited I got I got a supercharged Jag that. Are Mandy Andrea got me over. There all right. Shall we do a little news? What shall we do I don't know I got this car. Thing that's bothering me, but I can get to that I. Don't know now I gotTa know. Now we're we're peaked well. You guys have heard me. Say a whole bunch of times. That, you never know how off the media is until they start talking about you I mean it's not just how how they don't spell your name correctly, but. Tell a story about how you met so and so or how you got into the business, or where you've got your first break, or whatever it's almost always wrong and I grew up just thinking well, if it was on TV or it was in a newspaper, and they were just sort of showing it. Will then that's what it was I had no idea how inaccurate most stuff was and I got an email. A couple of days ago I did the the Monterey historic, the Rolex historic racism few few months ago and I got an email from a guy named Dave Stone. WHO's just wanted to track is when. I, see I see out there all the time. He drives the car and I had had Z. car to, and he said Hey just saw the Monterey historic on speed. Thanks for making me look cool. Ha! Ha and I didn't know what it was I didn't know what what was it I hadn't seen it. I didn't know it was on, so I went and Tiv owed. The Monterey historic and I have a little thirty second clip you can. See, this guy is the. Head of BMW. Go Down Kroll DOT COM and take a look at it if you like. The, guys the head of BMW North American sales, or whatever driving some historic in the background as a CSL three. Point Oh batmobile as they call it. So, that's my race on this course. Bob and they tell ya aim for a certain. That's me in the right car ahead of this guy. Has lubricate village, but listen hall CSL, picking up a position gear in the race for cars from Nineteen, seventy, three to eighty, three inside paddling David Stone in an ex. Bob Start Datsun later driven by Elliott Forbes Robinson right across his bow. Championship pedigree sec a race of her Adam. Driven by Jim Fitzgerald. Right? That's one thing now. Let's see who wins the race. Engine Racer. Let's see a winsor race. I see a win Suray not. BMW's. There's an ex craig. Carter Chevy Camaro as they head up the hill, okay. All right who wins it and Dennis Singleton in his seventy four more shaw. SR In green takes checkered flag. I I took the checkered flag and I but wait a minute. I have the results here. Singleton came in thirteenth place. Every body weight. And the Guy, who passed him Bruce Canepa was lapping him that white car that was passing. Cars lapping him. That car came in third place, so the car that they said won the race who just got laughed by the White? Car Is came in thirteenth place. If they're not comes first place came in thirteenth place and he was being lapped. We're watching. We're watching him. Being laughed right now. What what else this be for? Those of you know? Is this like when they do poker on TV or the commentator doing after the fact? The fact I think so, but y you okay. You have a shot of green car going across the finish like just go the guy who won the car. The guy won the race. All out is was in a Ford Mustang and then a guy in nine thirty five portion, another nine thirty five Porsche, that's the one Iran, and then a whole bunch of nine thirty five porsches, and then a whole bunch of other stuff and the Guy Dennis came in thirteenth place. I If I was just watching watching. The guy won the race I just happened to be there and have the grid sheet, and I know who won the race. So. It's totally wrong. They were just asleep at the wheel. Is it not only. Did you Kinda live? But you actually showed the Guy Getting Lanai. You should a car. Passing Him and that guy was Bruce Canepa and he came in third place. It's really weird, so makes you wonder. It got all kinds of questions about all kinds of TV shows starting with the. Way Back to the seventies. But then you just go. How fucking Lazy Our television producer, and if you're the guy who actually won the race, you're like? Hey, hello, laugh! That guy like a what if you care enough about this to report it why? Actually, Google it I have no fucking idea. This. Results, and they give them they give him on on every race, and by the way, why not get my name right easy to get my brick? My car and my number figured out to. What did they call you? Dave Stone? Dave stone I argue with a cooler story to have the man show guy, and there with the BMW Guy Cooler name. They've stone. You don't mess with Dave's down Aright by the way this Friday Whitecliffe John on the show Jeff Lynne from. Dan Patrick. and Joel McHale, Graham Parker look out world. Jesus Christ. The dumbest person alive was wrong with you I. think that's Joel McHale. All right. Shall we do a little news and Lake? You hang out in crack wise like you. Do. You gotTa Dave Stone With Allison Rosa. She reads the news from her. going. And Win. It's time to wrap it up. Just sign it off with V become. Next presidential debate is Tuesday. It will be at Hofstra. University and it will be town hall style moderated by Candy Crowley. I don't like how they keep changing the style. It makes me feel like this whole thing I'll show. He should have a scavenger hunt for the final one yeah. I don't like the idea that they schedule. It I just wanted to be proper. Oh, yeah like. What kind of debate is it if you're gonNA prep, you know what I mean Munroe. Beach. It'd be like if you went and saw an Improv troupe and they go all right. Give us an occupation and the heavy equipment operator all right now. Relationship Father Son I. We'll be back in an hour. I. Don't EAT THAT DANCE MONKEY! Right now. But. Yeah. Yeah. Now did anyone watch the vice presidential debate? Yes, I was on stage in Cleveland so I, did not let me see what. Was? I kept hearing. It was a tie. That's all I I watched it and thought it's time I was surprised actually that it was called a tie because I thought that Biden. Just. Now mushed him I. I'm with you. Yeah, fully was such a smug Dick I personally enjoyed it. It was a much more enjoyable debate than the one I thought was pretty what I heard all I heard. Was it was a tie? And then I heard Biden was aggressive. Very and then I, maybe like a little too much like. Maybe maybe it was bordered on rude, but it was. It was very rude, but but like I said I enjoyed it, but. He was laughing the entire time he he kept grabbing the spotlight from Ryan was some. I feel like it's a debate, though it is naturally an inherently something where you're supposed to fucking, Argh your get into it and make your point and I felt like Biden was absolutely doing that, I mean he came in felt totally secure with everything he was saying he was like he was all basically everything. Obama wasn't right, but how how much of it? He was a little bit. Listen Kid, which I think is what the the negative you know it's like he didn't say yes and kids. It felt. Like there was some compensation for Obama. I think that my theory is that this. Is a strategy and that Obama was pulling his punches. The first debate, and that as they as it goes, he'll, he'll do better and better, and then all of a sudden in people's memories are so short. I think that's what they're hoping that that will be all confident from his victory in the first one, and then it'll that maybe that won't sustain, we'll see. Maybe it makes sense that he wouldn't shoot his wad on the first one the way. Your psyche works. Is You know if it's a diving competition? And you do your first dive and you get threes and fours, and then you're next. Dive is two weeks later, and you get a seven and eight, and then they vote on who makes the Olympic team? They always just go off the last one. They don't really remember the first one so only as good as pitching yes. That's right. That's right. You'd be better off doing too bad debates in one good one if I two were bad, if someone said if someone said, would you like to good debates and one bad, but the bat, the wrong order or one good debate in too bad go get the two out of the way finished with the big one, and then let people bone and. I completely agree with that I. Don't know if it was strategic, but I think it's I think it's totally right. Kidnap. Freshen up my high ball, would you? Tell You! What do you think Romney will? Slow down with the prep or with how? Like, I guess I'm just wondering. Do you think that in essence? It might sort of psych him out a little bit that maybe he feels like he doesn't have to bring it as hard because Obama's not doing as well I think Romney has one speed, and that's sober. Wes Welker, yeah, under size possession receiver in the NFL like I. Just think that Guy's one speed I think he's had one speed. I just think that guy doesn't he doesn't have a crack a beer and put your feet up. You know. Let's go down to the patio and a have a drag off a cool and just fucking. Take a chill pill like I don't think he don't think he I think that. Has that speed I think he has that motor I bring up like wes welker under size out in the NFL which is i. I mean it, which is he's? You're a wide out your five nine and a half. You don't have blazing speed and you're going to have to work your fucking ass off and what ends up happening. Is You end up leading the League in receptions because you've overcompensated so much for your lack of vertical ability in your lack of your lack of just God given ability I don't think Mitt has a like I don't think ask chill, mode, or day off mode I think everything I think he's like one of those as students where everything. Is as I'm going to tack it I'm GonNa prep and I'm GONNA attack some more and I. Don't I don't think he feels comfortable unless he's prep the shit out of everything I also just feel like if we're just in if you're in a plane, that's going down and you're like Oh shit. It's like the last thing you WanNa do is be like you know what let's switch pilots really quick a guy who hasn't done as much, but like you know, he seems like he can recite and say things really well like I just feel like in general. Both the like Obama and Biden had their their sleeves rolled up there like in their feel like Biden's. Biden's performance was so just like listen to be. Let me just explain something like this is the situation I understand? You're saying all these facts give. It doesn't add up and just here it is. It was just it was a little much I. Think for America, but I wish I. Would you know it was weird? What happened? Has I I wanted to go back well. Two things went wrong. One is I was on stage in Cleveland. And then when I was walking through the hotel, going back to my room that night I was like I'm going to catch this debate or the replay or whatever it is, and all of a sudden. What steelers down to the? Point I was telling the bar at the hotel. Son Because I'm ugly. American I cited Rachi end the steelers game, and then I kept hearing for everyone who was a tie, and I'm here to resign. tied. With by being aggressive, that's that's what I was hearing sharing on CNN Fox, everyone, just saying tie bind binder, aggressiveness tie, and then what's yours to tie? It's like oh I need to. Get to catch up, I watched the commentary before I watched the actual debates, and I thought that was really interesting, because everything was all tie at the time, and then I thought Biden totally. Presidential debate like since when did we give a shit? And I keep stopping myself and saying wait a minute. It's this bigger than usual or my older than usual it I think it's older than usual I feel older. Why can't it be both? What you mean, specifically the vice presidential debate. Well, there's. There's some the whole thing in general. This just presidential debates were the end all and be all especially for the hipster Hollywood types like ourselves number one the beautiful people. Do concerns vice presidential debates like. That wasn't really it was Ki-. It was kind of amusing, electrifying and Biden call some. You Know Everything Ryan was saying. Marquee and I think he cares a lot a lot of talk about it because it was entertaining, yeah! No, no, but leading into it no one he's saying there's a lot. Landed we give a shit about a vice presidential debate before it happened yeah. No, so the question is. Are we getting old and all of a sudden caring. Or is it just? And actually happening and we're just an average citizen. Wondering, I keep wondering like I have to go find a twenty three year old, but you really have to find yourself at twenty three and go which is. Where would you find twenty three old? You I go about three miles west of here to? An apartment in of Laurel Canyon. What? Season My. What the hell was I dig it. Now that's that's an acid wash just called. Jj Six for J.. God. There was a difference between acid washes stonewall. rinses. all right. What's next? also in political news Arlen Specter died. Famous for the wall of sound. Oh Yeah Yeah He had been in the Senate for thirty years longest of anyone from Pennsylvania. He died after a long battle with cancer. He was eighty two he longtime. Republicans switched to Democrat Oh. That Gustaf everyone on most sides. and He'd been on the Warren Commission. Wow well, that is We were just out there. were. It's weird because if you've been to the spot where Kennedy was shot. It's. The Old Grassy Knoll, and the whole thing, and it's just as it was like then it's not new or anything book depository, still there and everything and two axes, just on the ground in the middle of the highway where the bullets were fired I. Mean literally I I looked at thought. What is that now? That can't be an yeah. There's an accident and there's another acts like twenty two feet down the road and. And then by the way it's, it's very busy like it's a thoroughfare. This cars is blowing past all the time you couldn't go. You couldn't cross the street there and it's. Just weird, it gives you. This weird life goes on thing like. Here's the place where Kennedy was assassinated. And all it is is i. Am late for work. Man Just people just blowing by. Metro just buzzing by like. Not even there's a there's a shot of it and there's there's the axe. And Bizarre and there's always a cottage industry springs up over at anytime. Anyone of any notoriety dies. When I say cottage, gentlemen cotta cheese, but I mean lack guys standing around trying to sell you shit. Your brothers, explaining about the conspiracy, and it's like you have no ammunition. You pardon the Pun, but you you know the conspiracy theories ninety percent of the rap. Rap. There's. Possible to argue with totally insane like you know the muzzle speed of thirty six, like yes, I do. Know. Is a forty four caliber shell cover seven hundred meters in two seconds. The car was travelling at forty one miles an hour. It's like all right. I got I got nothing for you. I I can't even follow that. Yeah, you can't. You can't jump up and go. Let me. Tell you about muzzle velocity. It's interesting observation. The presidential sash nation took place in this spot of president was killed and I'm on my way to work I'm late for work, so Hongkong Com whatever you will about do you think the same thing will happen someday with the World Trade Center site so where Ground Zero. Greatest disaster on American soil life for working. So big some day it'll. It'll be built in whatever but different. Is. You know. Last night I was walking. Through the streets of Philadelphia and They can route Bruce springsteen and and I was just walking past these old colonial places with. William Penn and all the statues, and all these guys with their three cornered hats and plaques out in front, and it's very historical, obviously the downtown and stuff like that. He just walked past it. It's like you know there's some bomb sitting there wiping his assets trying to bum, change and stuff you walk past it and seven. Oh you do slow down for beaten go. This was built in eighteen sixty one, and so on and so on, but you don't stop you. Just slow down and look, and then you start thinking about what's on TV up in your room and that's. Sometimes how we are uncomfortable pensive and had to shake it off, but it's good because that's progress. I say if you go to the Middle East. Maybe they stop and look at the monument little. Too much espn all too much time. Keep walking, praying or hitting them flogging. A wall or something? You know what I mean like. We're very like grandma. GRANDPA. Yeah, they're dead moving on, you know we're kind of that way. It's progressive. Are you saying that we will forget? Even though we never will be forgotten well, I can tell you that the intersection is just a busy intersection in Dallas. Only there's no tears being shed, and the memorial looks like bad sixties. The memorial looks unfortunately very sixties. Like yeah, know what year he's killed by the architecture of the memorial, the memorial, some sort of Weird cop-out thing. It's just looks like a bathroom. With our airport bathroom stalls. Six four slab walls off the ground a little bit. You WanNa Statue of candidates. There's memorial by the way looking again. Like very very sixties very sick. Draper. Does Not Hollywood move I think we'll. Place out of the Holy Grail Yeah. First off, it doesn't feel like anyone died. It just feels like this is where the founder Vikings came up with this I entertainment unit. It just looks like some big. It looks like something you put together with the Allen Ranch. And it doesn't smack of anything and. It look. Let me just say this about art. You're not allowed to explain to me what it means. You know what I mean like opening on one side represents light in the openness of the heart. The darkness in the corner represents what man can do now if I'm reading it just walking through it. Going with the fuck is this is the sinner block basis. Shit, you job not done. You know what I see beyond. Those slats became teeth on a screen. That's that's exactly what. So then, yeah, then we went, we went and just walk through this thing and. I had to pay off. I wonder how much of this is I wonder how many millions of dollars or paid to the nut jobs and hush money. meaning. Crazy crazy fifty six year, old black guy who's got the laminated newspaper from back in the day with the arrows on it, and she yelling at me and wants me to take a tour, and he wants twenty bucks to consume an hour and a half. My time I'm giving you five dollars to leave me alone right now. It's weird. It's sort of A. It's a weird mob. Thing it'd be shamed anything happening that new storefront ears, wouldn't it? It. Really, like paying protection racket like. Fifty something girls crazy black man i. don't WanNa have to stand on this corner and here you're crazy words. I don't want to buy into this I. also understand if I stand here. It's not gonNA stop, but there is an unspoken. Here's five bucks. We're kinda running late. thanks for the information, and that's just a I wonder if most these guys business is five bucks. Go Away money. Are they really as crazy as they seem. Are they just trying to freak you out to make? I don't know, but there is a whole. There's a little cottage industry and not cheese on their. Not Cheese, yeah, there's a black cottage cheese. Industry of guys on those corners. Just hang out with the whole conspiracy thing. I don't know worst nightmare. Someone saying. Yeah, we'll have to actually ask Oh. Thank you. Yeah. WHO's excited to see them? Not. Their mom. Nobody nobody nobody all right. If I ever get really famous and then die I. Like to request a non trendy. Memorial okay. And again just something out of Bronze Yana Horse the horse racing. Or leading your troops something very timeless. This thing is like. Sixty five sixty six years that yeah, Alison, holding your iphone called Voicemail, right? Now with an earpiece in because there will be a lot of kids that come around. Donald Trump has announced the apprentice stars cast. did do that. I thought I saw that. Happened in it. We're doing another one. Don't Shit on her point though no. This is the first. Why are we doing? This liberty stars. Dancing with the stars. Apprentice Dr Celebrity. I think this is the first. Oh, here we go! So here are the the the all stars won't be season, and it starts shooting Monday and it will premiere March country. Music Star Trace adkins actor Stephen Baldwin Garib Busey I don't even need to say what he is. Little drawn Dennis Rodman Dee Snider Marilu Henner. We, were just you and Lisa Length Anneli Ian I was eavesdropping. We're just talking about her. She has a super brain she has. Memory thing yeah, just like my buddy. Bob Trial has exact same thing, and they're both interviewed on sixty minutes. They'll tell you any date any birthday. Anything you, do you give the day? Your Dad bought the Virginia International Raceway the date. He'll tell you what day it was. In it takes about takes about fifteen seconds to say anything they would. That's exactly they were the Toya. Okay She's TV, personality and actress. I think she's one of the Howie Mandel suitcase girls oh I think Omarosa. Greta. Randy Rodrick and Bret michaels. Entire, just looking at it. but we're looking at the picture. and. During the rock and roll thing at what point. At what? Point your sixtieth birthday like one. Do you like I? Do you retire it? I've just saying like a D is and I did it with the, and I like the Nice Guy in the world, but we get it. We did it once like does your? Let's say your prostate explodes. You'll have the two fingers up on what he's doing it on the rain. Stop with the. Ice Right like Dennis Rodman, fake shot for like a free throw. How come I I? Don't know. Maybe just maybe motorcycle that's. Feels! To me, but has anyone who's ever really rocked ever done that. I don't think. Jimi Hendrix drone that? I mean unless you're fucking. I will bet that you know. Dave Grohl? The Foo fighters have done it for fun, but now. Ironically, but not in a must do this. Every time for comes out yes. All right anyway. We wish him all well pendulum back again. That's GONNA. Be Crazy man. Listen. It's GonNa. Be Fun. These guys are fun and they're going to argue on. They're gonNA crime. Is GonNa be Great. and also in entertainment news Dane Cook's men's comedy next caller has been canceled before it premiered, we saw cook had a an NBC comedy, which was called next caller and our. It was about a satellite radio TV host. Let's see he'd start him. As a misogynistic satellite radio DJ sorry. I said. That made no sense. And his co host was a feminist NPR commentator. Jeffrey tambor ever get along now? But ALAS NBC said the first four episodes just were creatively, not going the direction they had hoped for, and they won't be airing. Working, together, they're giving it a shot. Shooting himself with the MY. Well listen, I've had I've had enough failed pilots. I can't make fun. But Yeah picked up. People make pilots, and they don't get picked up. dame gave one of the douchebag answers. Ever gotten from a human being before which is and again I I'm not I'm secretly jealous. All the guys that are just filled with their own douche wind. He their ships sail by it yes. Quite a nice clip! He was on my show once and I said to him. And, it's probably. fucked out boring question but. I I am interested. When people are in show, business, or do standup comedy or anything I go. What what what did you want to do? Like? What do you think you would have been doing? A lot of people thought a lot of guys thought they'd be doing something else when they're in the ninth or tenth grade, and so I, said Dane if you weren't doing standup. What do you think you would have been doing for career? And he said. I don't know but I. Can guarantee you this. I'd be the fucking funniest guy at the company, Picnic. Right I didn't ask you how funny you were going to be in your hypothetical. Jesus Christ can you just fucking step back for one yeah? I you know. What can I say or on TV? That's good. I thought to myself not not if I worked at the company. The other guys I know, but his answer was not what he would have done. It was simply I will funny. I would be so. It was like a one to douchebag punch. It was I'm not going to answer your question number one and number two. Let's get back out one more time. We can't just say. In architecture. Didn't didn't use say when he did crank yankers. He also did the thing where he'd be like. I don't know where it comes from. Outcome on yes. Yes, can I ask you a genuine question? Would you do Adam I? Do I do it now? What would you do if you were not opinion well? And Trafficking Okay Right. Lake Bell, guesting on the Adam Corolla back, two, thousand, twelve, very funny, very talented. Those great appearance. Come back on. Most guests. Should I love it. Happens Romney Michael just came on I. was that let's get going with another clip of I. WanNa remind everybody about Madison Reed Mr. Look. I've been getting gray hair since I was probably in second grade. It might be an Asian Gene I. Don't know what it is, but. Yeah I randomly. Get Gray hairs every once in a while and I'm starting to. Age a little bit some salt and pepper. You know how goes the. Luckily. There's Madison Reed Mr out there to gray, blending natural color for hair and beard, and what I love about it is, it's a more natural look. It's not that shoe Polish. That, you don't look human legit black Adam. Girl always talks about the Doug giveaway. 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Also featuring alison. Rose O'Brien Bishop is Joel's interview, a little bit of the news and Adamant Jewel enough a little bit of a reenactment that. A little off the rails. Check it out. I listen and. Single it stops. It's cool button. Make me nervous at all race. Get them. Kids Man. You gotta be careful. Truly sweet drivers out there I know I know you guys are all know what you're doing, but You meant come in. This race was just slowed down and that. We need you man. I. Click voice. Banner on Adam Curle DOT, com or go to www dot. Boys Dot com slash Adam to get an exclusive six month. Free Trial Offer Eve Oyster your mobile phone at work. Thanks for the Jake's Douche who is that? These are concerned. Citizens worried about all my raisins. It wasn't like a reoccurring character from. Soprano Wire Yeah Yeah Adam yes listen This raisins. Kids to get a little ones now. I think you're doing, but you gotta get that thing. Well bad news I just got another. Paul Newman car and this one's fast so look. Turnkey so I'm not over you own every single. Paul Newman is not I was bothered. Weirdo all right Joel Mchale in studio I saw tower heist last night was just on Cable Watch the whole thing now I watch ten seconds and I'll and all walked into his Penthouse, and he pointed at a Ferrari two fifty loose. Oh, and he said that is sixty three Ferrari to fifty Luso. It was the one Steve McQueen owned and raced. which is like it's a street. He never raced it. It's not a race car. And then he said I bought it ten years ago for a million dollars, and I thought to myself Steve McQueen's to fifty. LUSO's so sold four years ago for two point, seven million dollars at an auction, and it was a burgundy color, not red eye. So now did you stand up and point and scream this or just in your brain? I threw my glass of Banchory at the screen and screamed up to the heavens Joel, but stopped with the movie like I do not believe this I do I'm Nancy his totally implausible, well, considering a I swear to God just fucking go online now. Everyone's pissed at me, but His gone doesn't believe to fifty. LUSO's sold for four five years ago. It sold for two point seven million dollars so just. Take Your Life but don't say ten years ago for one million dollars, US idiots and don't say could sell for ten times the amount today, or you wouldn't let just go online and fucking. You already got to the point. Where had Steve McQueen's Lusa Ferrari just go ahead and put the date under? and other this soup by the way Wednesdays ten o'clock on E.. Joel McHale. Season four by the way a great great show community love me some community. Is that on? What's the date for that but well? Laid! It's been delayed yet, but it's a great way. You know if I get texts that it's a great show House Chevy doing always great I'm sure you read a lot of good things about him. All, right, it's not it's great. Do you WanNa? Say Chevy's Chevy. Thank you Bill Simmons Chevy. Being Chevy Chevy being I think what happens is that we run out of things to talk about on talk shows, and this is a perfect thing to kind of all talk about. He's a little nutty right. Well in what sense that when he wants, he wants to kick my ass all right. I talked about that on. I, do talk about talk shows, but yes, there's always going to be good study on Letterman. He was on the road watch. You didn't even talk about the part where he where Chevy swings at me. Really well, he doesn't you know he he He hasn't done it lately. But. He released the first couple of years. It was always like come on boy come on, then he put his fists up and then he would say like hit me. This is different than when I separated shoulder on the heard that on Letterman to. This one is different in that when he would come at me with the with the. With the fist he would like. Give me little slaps on like he's come. Find me I'm like we shouldn't do this right and then I was like. We have a work day of work, wear, makeup, share, and then I pull a little move on him which I won't I'll just show. You I won't do it to you, but we're you. If you want to get someone off and take the wrist and you go that you just push it down to together, and then you could, you could drop a rhino with that Brian he gets on the ground. He's like I always. Do your move. Fight like a man I technically. So do you think he has some of that thing? where like Alpha Male, you know, he was the lead silverback gorilla, and now you come in, and you're young, and you're good looking, and you're stronger, and he has so. He has to try to sir, no self or do whatever Steve McQueen. Sixty three Ferrari sold in the seven for two point three million dollars. Monterey speaking of. Actors. And performers that Cars James Brolin is going to be on community this year PLA characters father only talked about racing. If you know this, yeah, for a while. He was a big time racer as well absolutely, and he was saying how because when he had little K- The simpler to that voice mail but he kept winning races, and so they kept bumping him up to the next level of racing the point where he was. Scared but rowing well, and he's got to stop this. Yeah, now. I'm only doing his racist son. Josh does and did a little bit of racing and he's a pilot. HIMSELF PAROLE IN ANY MARRIED TO BABS, right? He's the perfect. You should see his hair. It's unbelievable. Glorious. Saini or both it's. It's shy. It's it's beautiful. It's beautiful and silver. He's a beautiful land. Yes, if you look at pictures of him, you can look it up there a in. Between Him and Christian Bale. When they were the same age back next to each other, they look almost identical. Yeah, also one of the first dudes to really rock a beard and make it work for one guy in the seventies that read. Chris Christopherson. Other guys had the DAN Haggerty, SORTA! Whatever he actually looked better with the beard congratulations on Ted by look. I've been typing typing. James Brolin and Christian Bale and you'll. Also by the way the website is Joel, McHale online dot com. That's kind of not doing great all right. Headed into. Yes, tweet me. That told him Joel McHale. I was thinking about Joel I was thinking about the fact that he doesn't have a swimming pool. Laughing I always laugh about that and. It's only been four. Mike say we got blow up kiddy pool. They do have one of those look at that amazing Brolin. In bail raising it is insane. It's weird yeah, Jesus Christ I. Didn't I never would have thought that because I thought I thought that he was a little fuller in the face and was but boy. Do they look alike kristen? Bell looks like James Brolin went on that trip to England and we're. Waiting minutes all right. I know what you're talking. For thirty five years old. Father all right. Do Sound See. The soup with y'all Mikhail. We were laughing. Joel This with you Brian brought it up, which was back in the day. When Gold Day. Come in and do the. Bring in clips from the soup and. Story I ever heard I saw Joel, and I said this guy's talented. I want him in on this show. Every single Friday and Jacks over said I don't think so. Of the Mikhail once a month why every week is! What's this whole thing to the playboy mansion? Now Right, so he wanted Joel McHale. Playboy mission right now, but we were laughing about you brought up the three guys that he really didn't want in the studio very often. Those three names by the weight bring yourself back to two, thousand, seven, two, thousand and eight. In your mind when Steve. McQueen's Lusa was sold. That's how we mark the time. Right and Kara three guys in two thousand and seven, two thousand and eight Jack Silver didn't really want in the studio label. This comedy death, at least one of them were not a fan of Mikhail. GALIFIANAKIS WANT WANNA. Galvanic out of the studio. I believe Daniel Tosh was the third guy now. Louis CK. Wow Yeah, and whatever happened to the. Danny Bonnici keep the. To Do Chin there. You guys really helped. put the soup on the map. Well, we were. It was a really great free plug that was thrilled about. They were like. You don't have to pay anything. I'm like no all right. Just go and listen. You brought. It was symbiotic. You brought the clips in. You worked across the street. It was awesome and now look at you. Yes? International Superstar International. I'm a huge. I love hearing all the great stories about Joel. McHale selling out. Theaters and all that stuff. It's exciting and I have actually. I always think about your pool and Mike. Said Oh I. Have Your rant from the radio. It's my one of my favorite of all time. I still play back to people. I haven't heard it and year. I would love to hear so Mike's. I think we limits December twelve, two thousand and eight, but we got it down probably the minute and a half to oh I like them WanNa. Do any building in this Goddamn city. especially. If it's up in the hills, you must either build the Hoover Dam or Hitler's bunker. Why because we're an earthquake country, because it's dangerous and we hide behind safety, we hide behind the veil of safety. Hey, just playing it safe. Hey, better safe than sorry. Hey, werner earthquake country. My house was built in nineteen. Thousand Nine hundred twenty nine. It has no reinforced concrete. No plywood because plywood wasn't invented. No Simpson strapped no HD's no hold-downs downs. No all thread. No J., no nothing now. Nothing. They had some poor Irish guy poor foundation, and they set a house on it. was. There was no straps, not co clips, no eight, thirty five, no continuous shear-wall wall, no moments in no nothing. No nailing schedule no inspector, no nothing now. Now. That house was built in Nineteen Goddamn twenty nine. And you know where it is today, right? The F. were whispering. By all the dead people with no hold downs, and no Remar, a no bunkers, and no straps, and no nothing why it's in our country. Right now, what do you think how how did you retards that it sprout legs and run to Montana every time there's an earthquake and then, and then hustle back and landed on its foundation. Now it's sat there with no strapped. No plywood, no nailing schedule. No hope downs all threat, no peers, no pylons. No means no retaining walls now. Wow. Know How much I knew about construction and I got on a roll. Nailing schedule yeah, well to be all right to be fair. Eight thirty five's our TICO clips so I was sort of redundant when I was like no way five tapes. Rolling her eyes. My tongue, but it was really bothering. HD's are hold down so I did kind of double down on my hd now all thread. Is literally a steel pipe that is threaded. It's everything is threaded. It's called all thread and moments. I realize through in moments in there and you guys know what a moment no is like. We're having one. You have to now look up architecture, but a month. A moment in architectural terms is like. Let's say you said you were doing a remodel of your house and he said I want a huge window I went all glass in the front of the House will. It would have no shear. Strength would rack. It would be no good. They'd say you know. Your window has to be smaller because you need panels for sheer panels strength, but if you made a moment, it would be a big square that was welded off, so we had a big frame. That would not rack or turn those are. are called moments and nailing schedule on sheer walls. Just where you put the nails like said you can see, you can be flagged for not making the number of I mean not just the number nails, but how you place your nails, sure 'cause you have share wall, and the sheer while needs to be nailed off, and so the you need an ailing schedule six on the seems and twelve in the field for and the inspector or combine if he doesn't see the nailing schedule, the way should ever. In the hills, which is Hollywood hills, everyone where it's all built on is the bedrock ice. and has ever been a house. That's a slid down the hill or shook. Part during earthquake much does ones on stilts every once in a while, but they're on. Stilts! Yes, there can. They're not on the hill. They're hanging. At one point there like it's fine for you to use stilts. Yes, but God forbid you. If you have a you, can't. This window has to be. This is because an obese person has to get out during a fire. Everybody look my first house up in the hills had about eighty six stairs that got you from the Brian you ever go by their. By the West Shower House, so it goes you house now. Know the West Shire House, but I asked I never saw as literally eighty something stares from the streets picture to get up to the top, and when I was doing some work, I know the code, so the the inspectors I you gotTa. Make this bathroom door. Thirty two inches instead of thirty, and I said thirty two inches because I didn't have room for it, and it was thirty inches to whole time thousands bill, and he said they need to be thirty two by code and I said I. Know What the Code Is. The code is for wheelchair access because thirty two inches minimum. You need to get a wheel. But between the the street, where the where the guy in the wheelchair and the special van would pull up. There's eighty-six stairs between so nobody in a wheelchair is possibly getting up to this bathroom. You saying they can't do something. Saying they cannot do something. Yeah. What was his response to that? I actually beat the guy down. Eventually any left me alone or I. Just fucked boots probably didn't know what to do when they were dealing with you, but Joe Wanted. I wanted a pool. There's the stairs not to my house, but if the same kind of stairs. Carry heavy to carry from your car to the house well if you look at those stairs. O., well, then then you have sort of weird, stray a weird strength, and you don't remember it depends on the time you're what part of the drunk that's true. That's true. I well, this was my famous when I told Dr. drugs having a listener. Pick me up and take me to the airport. These were the stairs I went down at five in the morning waited and in the rain when the listener never showed up, but Yeah Wow bad times, so Joe Pool no pool way too much. So what we have decided to do is what we built a fireplace, which is much more fun for the kids. A sheriff. During the summer. Yeah, it's very. It's exciting. Don't splash your brother. We would have had to build a retaining. Is We already I mean retaining wall x sixty feet high. It would been crazy, right? It would have been a horrible. It was just we looked like we were going to be next to office building or the back end of it or a parking garage so right I have a lot of problems, so you got. The only the only real alternatives to buy another house right so by the way can I have your house. Your House is awesome. You're looking at a picture of what would be moment. Oh, thank, God I know it's really well. That's probably in your house, isn't it? That's your moment. It looks like I was having a moment there. Yes i. doesn't Your House owned by Upton Sinclair? Who Was it i? Know owned by a famous person, was owned by guy named Hans Connery Oh, yeah. Bond Villain. He just did a whole bunch of voices and was a Weirdo. Doctor during those who is all right so where the hell where we? Know Swimming Pool and is. Now, city of Los Angeles, you get zero in the contractors. Get Zero in the pool. Guy Gets here on the pool supply. Guy Gets here on everyone zero because you just went fuck it yeah, I wouldn't. That's my point. Yes, little microcosm of what's going on because we in California survey your property, they overcompensate because they're liable. Right just like we were talking about with child safety seats now you have to be sixty five or seventy five pounds seventy pounds before you, can't you? Can't you have to stop using the right? That's his. That's how heavy you have to be we. We are getting, too. That's like. Like old little ladies. We're in a land now. Wherever just gets gets to be a hero because they go, I'm four safety. Is that a problem? Are you against safety? Your for reckless abandon I'm for safety. I'm for schoolteachers getting paid zillion dollars a year and having a pension that lasted the rest of your life, also when firemen to get paid zillion dollars a year and have a pension that lasts because he's our heroes. I also want a child seat even if your kid is Fred Gwynne, size I want him in a fire seat wide, because I'm playing it safe. Click tickets slow it down fifty five. And everyone is a fucking hero, but my thing is paying for this. Who is paying for your retaining wall that you don't need that cost, one hundred fifty thousand dollars or better yet? WHO's moving out of state because they don't want to pay for and. We live in all that you just said and yet. Cycles are allowed to drive in traffic here. Yes, which is so crazy I know and I I have numerous times almost. I'm just going to, and then your whole life will fly right because if you touch your, you're liable, obviously. Yeah, but if you knock, want hours like the your life's forget everything you own is gone. You want to know the greatest Douche move is I because of my hyper vigilant spot. These guys come in and give them a little birth, due to yes, and my friend, and you know Kevin Han, whoever hammer with heated move once where he's going down the four or five. He looks at his review when he sees one of these guys come, and so he starts to swing out a little game room. His body was riding a motorcycle. Two guys on a motorcycle and they split Kevin's car, so one goes to the left, and one goes the right well. He's looking at his rear view and he sees the guy coming on the right, and he gives a little move. The do the left gives them the WHO what the fuck and it's like. We were pulling them off. You ruin, listen, do you gotta? GotTa stay with your body there like two hours that bark at large dogs. Yes, yes, that is, that is true. Yes, but if you touch the Chihuahua, then you're liable for anything that happens so, but hopefully the Chihuahua dies. That's all I'm saying Yeah, it's it's it's. It's very nerve wracking because in any other state. Is there another state where you can do it? I have ever seen in Italy. I? Don't I don't know I used to ride a motorcycle and the splitting the traffic thing at first you go. This seems Harry and then ten minutes later. You're like Oh my God. It's intoxicating like I am lying past people. It is like you're saving a lot of time. It's like going to Disneyland yes. But it's like it's like going to Disneyland, going to the line for the matterhorn and. Fast trash logging past everybody going right to the first. Why should do that just dress in all leathers? Just like you would. If you were riding except for you could get smashed by five thousand pound thing that falls from the sky, yet more brazen the bicyclists that do it had these assholes taking up the whole lane on the way to work the other night? The we own the road. We have just as much right to the right. Tell that to the bumper do. Tell that to the engine. That's right that's rolling. And crush spine the ever get the move where I have had it where I've been at a stop light, and the biker comes up realizes they don't have as much room. They have to slow down and then they grab your car. And they kind of push themselves. Like like it's hot lock. Down or something happening, why and then they? Zip Away by by you know. I just thought about this. Moore were talking. The other era said no more great chasm in technology between tablets and tablets like there's stone tablet that Moses brought down very antiquated technology, and then there's the tablet that Mac makes Browning. The apple whatever you got that tablet you got that tablet people and bicycles are at the top of the food chain and the bottom of the food chain like there's the busboy Mexican riding home at Night Bicycle Three d you eyes doesn't have a car license suspended and he that guy right around. Right, but the seat bicycle guy cannot afford a car, and then there's the specialized $10,000. Yeah, it's the it's the it's the. It's the combination road bikes, mountain bike, and the guy has a Ferrari in the garage. He just chooses to ride this because he's better than all of us What do we got coming up by the way with you Joe? Mikhail? You must be well movies. Coming up at the TED DVD is coming out Oh, my God and then. Well, then they're going to announce a community Air Date. Hopefully soon and last night was. Sons of anarchy, oh. Yeah, guest, starring in sense of anarchy, and also got to be doing ted part to. Lou GEHRIG's disease so. He did most treatable. He didn't in the cut I shaw. Well No, it's later as there has. He's wrapping it up. As he's doing all the voice over, so, what happened to the care? says. It's Seth Macfarlane, so he could. I think possibly bring me back. Your characterised slimy, so we could have faked his own death. Yeah. That's what I'm hoping. I saw the seth hosting the freaking Oscars. Oh my gosh, it's terrific and. I know ooh Ted Prequel. He didn't write on SNL. I think that was part of like. He's one of these guys where he's good at everything voices. He's good at writing. He's good at singing. He's good at big band. Stuff is good at composing, and then he can also just stand up and deliver monologue, which is like unfair, because normally it's one or the other maybe to. If you're lucky, but this guy's like Alec Baldwin with Frank Sinatra's voice. Yeah, just not fuck as good. Yeah, it's crazy. He's one of those people that just kind of touched by an i. just one thing you can, you can have it all. Yup, unbelievable all right. Should we do a little News Joel McHale can out and crack wise to new. Alison Rosen. She reads the news from her own back. Have you find Alison Adam and what? Over your. News from years ago to be great. Research the what exhaustive search Oh really all right. Sparkled That's great all right rose to the top. It's not a really interesting story, but cream you know. Where did you meet? This is who a short version. The long version is like this, but with more words. Primal, scream therapy. Oh! That's where my Stepdad and my mom that. Really Ray found out. Sad. Ray Is. He's still physically strong as as he always has been. I think he I think he shouldn't try to find out. Because he we were taught. Ray has a very very Volvo combination being physically strong and having nothing to lose like yeah so Sumi. I live in an apartment like good luck like. I mean he literally well I'll tell you I was just laughing about this with cousin sal the other day. There is that guy who was the quadriplegic amputee? You Know Quad Amputee Wrestler. Who was this big story about five years ago and he was on Jimmy. And made the mistake of saying to ray when he was being pushed off stage in his wheelchair, one of his like Wrangler said like. There's not a man alive that can take this guy's to stumps that he has for arms now he's got leverage because his arms aren't eight feet long stumps Elba. There's nobody alive who can hold those two stumps together hoops. oops Ray said I'll give it a shot, and not on the air or just. No, that's the beauty of it. Off The air in history close not drunk next turned the corner. There's a guy by the way. Array is literally wrestling with a guy in a wheelchair on top of a guy in a wheelchair there was kyle maynard on top of a guy in a wheelchair to holding stumps is hard as he can. His criteria and coming back and it's one. Everyone lost. And it was like. Re- was forty five and on top of a severely disabled. Guy With a can-do attitude. Like Ray should have been an may fighter. He really would have been. He would have been world famous. He was doing it for free is whole life. State idea that disguise in a wheelchair while race on top of him, trying to hold the stumps apart or together I can't remember what the challenge was to be fair. He probably makes this proclamation in front of adults all the time without too many guys challenging him. He just didn't know that ray was prepared to mount him on his wheelchairs. Take him up on this kid have bad judgment or no judgment, no judgment. Thank you? So all right Donald. Trump has been saying for days that he has big news won't alter the course of the election. And, he finally revealed that today and we have a clip. All right. You can cut out this better. Now it's fun or no. We don't need sound for that either. Tell you what he said why? Would save time and that would deal for the president the deal I don't believe he can refuse and I hope he does. If Barack Obama. Opens up and gives his college records and applications, and if he gives his passport, applications and records. I will give to a charity of his choice. Inner City Children in Chicago American Cancer Society AIDS research anything. He wants a check immediately for five million dollars. I like that he lists what a charity of his choice. Was Big for me. I am so confused. How does How does that change the election it will? It doesn't, but he wants to see the college transcripts because he wants to see what Obama listed as his birthplace. Oh, is that what he's doing evidently? Moment why here's our stifled? The moment. Isn't this insane couple? Things trump made a mistake because he said a charity of his choice. He really should have just picked out one and just picked out. The you know whatever research fund or whatever it was and said that's the charity, because then that charity would be like come on. Seriously Dude like like pressure now your charity. You don't think it's going to you. That's more. Other mistake is that he said this will change the course of the election. Oh, he's let it goes. Not really anything I demand I have so once. You provide these things they elect. So how does it work in terms of? Actually because I I've always said this like we have nine one one calls and nine one calls are just they get played on the news and you just get back Demi Moore's. Going like she's foaming at the mouth I think she took something. And then it just gets to play it on the news and you're like well. That seems kind of intrusive. And then you have these things that we have records like court records that get unsealed than open and divorce. If you're celebrity and you get divorced, it's like well. Harvey Levin gets he gets those. So how does it? What is the difference between college and divorce or nine? One one call like why are we have weird distinctions on some things like I'd rather? Don't know I see I'd prefer everything not be opened, but what stuff does get open? And how does it get open? And how do I steal your porn movie with you and your wife, and throw it up on the Internet and now you don't. You just buy it up on West. I've gotta go. Joel McHale. Five Ninety Nine, Oh okay, but what I here's. My theory is that no one cares about that. No one cares about college transcripts. As cafe came up when it's like. Romney won't show his tax returns well. Obama won't show his college transcript, but how come. How come? They can't just get them like yeah, I don't I don't know the actual legal answer, but the other things you're talking about there. Some they're like lacorte documents. Yeah, are public records or things like, but whereas this is a private for some reason, school records in the same with medical records are private right, but you're again. You're on went to the court. I know I understand like you. Calling nine one one is is not is not private, and you having a a whatever with your ex wife is in the courts and not but. It seems it seems I could make an argument for why I feel it's much more intimate to have this divorce, and all the whatever airing of the dirty laundry that comes with that divorce in the in the court, rather than whatever I did when I was nineteen in college when there were people around I. Mean There's somebody knows information anywhere from your pottery class, oh my fat and majored in pottery. Did you know that Randall Ceramics? How he declared a major I thought, so I will well I knew I wasn't going to college. So I thought. Let's get a major and I've always wanted to Clare, major and I did. You should have your do want displayed here like a doctor would can't somebody by the way there's my actual lead GPA one point seven five. Wow, and one hundred and seventy days missed. No, that is, I was four ninety seven out of a class of five seventy. Let's rank. It's my rank and I. Trust me when I tell you that. Out of that five seventy, you can lop off fifty. Who never showed up? Who What? Where did you get enough grades to get the one point seven also you can back out as I've said many times six, as I played football, every fall and every spring I played baseball, and they just gave you an a so that six semesters of as if you took six as out of that one seven five, your high school three years. Yeah, it was three years. Yeah, you go to class. I tried to play football I tried and I I, even applied. I wasn't one of those guys where they went like. If only he applied himself, I always wanted to be that guy. Or actually the guy really wanted to be as this stuff is too easy for four now. It was too confusing for me. Does that really exist the bad student whose board I would love to be that guy but no. I mean most bad students are bored. They told me it really Oh really. Yeah I I. He was really good at school a really yeah, but he was bored, but he was too smart. I was too dumb I was such a shitty student well not to your Harn, but I will know that. This is where this is. Where public well, this is the perfect example of where public education to work was clearly. You are smart, very smart and. They if they were just like he's really smart. We should try to get him to do these things that he probably would be interested in. It seemed like that would be item though I would have been nice now. Clearly in high school, you probably were pretty close to being able to take apart a car and put it back together I. Assume I got more craft easy years. Years War on because I had to because that was my my job, and I didn't have a bunch of tools and stuff you popular in high school. Yeah, I was I was like captain of the football team and class, clown, and a bunch of Shit like that. I just went I couldn't do school. I couldn't study I couldn't do the grades. I couldn't spell. Did your mom? Now. She didn't care about that, but if you had if you'd have regular butter, she would have flipped out right. Isn't that crazy instead of unsalted pressed? Raw Raw. But she didn't feel like. If you you bastard, you don't realize what roasting and salt does for peanuts. Reason why it caught on peanut butter taste like somebody chewed up garbanzo beans and spin it in your mouth on. It's not salted, and it's not roasted right, and not only that the unsolved the raw stuff it doesn't spread it rolls so as you do it on the fourteen grain bread. It just rolls. It's like attach going through kitty litter. Roles like and then I'd have to hold it down like silly putty like you're like mad at down with both hands to push it onto the bread off, yeah! Human beings do not want this now. This is why it will not be spit a baby. Birds mouth appropriate. Spit it back. And also look if you said to an eleven year old Adam Corolla. Would you like to eat this one substance that tastes like radiator, repair, putty or this one? That has a picture Peter Pan on it and spreads magically, but if you eat this one, you're. GonNa die for years earlier I've. Done it done. Give me the Peter Pan Yeah. I'm going to die a happy man looking like a bonus. And get to die for. Him Did you. Go nuts after when you got into when you had your own place I'm going to eat cap'n crunch for a year. I One arts. Nuts when I would go in Babysit 'cause once I got left alone. Somebody's Pantry on when they were out for the evening, I literally would open up cans of Pie filling. And dump them into ball and then dumped like tollhouse, more souls and many marshmallows, and they're like Schmo smucker's Jelly, making some weird high compote I. Actually I told You I roasted marshmallows rain I roasted marshmallows at my neighbor's house, and while one was on fire, he stuck it to the side of my face. Oh, I had of yes, a friend who made homemade fig, Newton's with his friends straightening iron render straightening iron. Said prison. Yes, and how many? Guys Fig Newton. whose I brought the figs by the way we had, that was one of the things there was like the health food version of all the good stuff like big. Newton's they had the whole grain fig. Newton, which is they are? The. Part about the FIG Newton. That was good with that white shortening. Who what kids get together like? Hey, you'll get someone to get us beer. No. Holy. Food Dryer. Dry some peaches apricots the. So a surfer was killed yesterday by a shark. Surf beach is it Lompoc or Lompoc? Air Force Base. They don't know what kind of shark it was. Suspect a great white, and they're not sure He was pronounced dead when the paramedics got there, so he he was not, he was just floating or with your friends on. You had a friend who dragged him onto shore went, but then he was a, it was too late. And here's the thing though you're performing like CPR. Paramedic showed up yeah, yeah. But. This is the second shark attack. Our second death from shark attack in Santa Barbara in two years. Evidently Shark attack deaths are not really that common. There's like. One hundred or less a year. Yeah, water! There's a couple things one is I. DON'T WANNA. Hear the guy who survives the shark attack. They always don't blame the shark. You know they say to two proclamations wants not the sharks vault to is yes. I will be surfing again. I would like Joel. You can interview me as A guy who was attacked viciously by the great, White Shark, and survived, and I'll tell you how I would work so Brad. You you lost most of your leg and a lot of blood. And it's amazing that using my. The Shark attacks. You know who I blame. Who Do you blame the Shark? Killed but let them hunted down and kill. The shark was just being a shocking harassed until I have one of his teeth around my and a choker, well enough ropes. Kill the shark. By the way, if you have to kill ten other sharks that you think maybe that shark in the process of getting that okay, so be it like I. Don't know how we're GONNA. Find your specifics short. I need to find a Japanese guy. I feel like they know how to kill sharks. Okay well I. DON'T WANT IT TO BE I. don't want to be with a dart or tranquilizer either. I wanted to be the rusty machete I'm pissed at that I've got one more yeah. Will you surf again block now? Are you nuts? If you're a fucking dismantle by Shark, but you go surfing again. I guess you make a pretty good point, yeah! What, If forget about surfing wise acre. The carnival and you went on that ride the Zipper Yup and your little cart came off, and you went sailing and you'd gotten paled on something extremely sharp, and almost died, and then I fucking fucking asked you if you'd ride the zipper again. How fucking mad would you be? Understand look, you're riding zipper again this story. Again okay as a matter of fact I didn't even like being this close to the beach. Okay, look this local news and yeah. I'm just trying to interview and now you're screaming. Yeah, yeah, it should be called. Amateur Hour I want to shark dead I went the sharks. Parents dead I went the sharks, kids dead and Noam. Never going surfing again, can we? You know what I'm not even going to channel Surf. How about that? Wow, that's right. I have only one leg, and I watched twenty hours of TV and I will not even channel Surf, that's how against surfing schedule all your viewing just to avoid the word Surf. That's right. Surf and turf go to restaurant I will order a lobster and steak separately, and then if they try to go. Oh, sir, if they go surf and turf, you'll be like. The neck with a fork. Wow any other questions now I'm pretty good. should get back to your little weather. Okay, your accuweather by the way let's just put ferry now. It's not it's very quickly. Accu in front of. It doesn't mean Shit. They WANNA, know how cold it is in big bear right now. Yeah, it compared to the beaches you need accuweather. Listen I was told. According to Your accuweather, look would be rain armed day the day I was attacked by that chart so I decided to out your blaming. What was hold now? I was attacked because if you and your in Accu weather. Now Damn you and damn the station you're on and by the way you're never making out of this market. I never. You're never making out of this market. You can have your teeth wine. Does this song biggest market in the world? I don't know if you've heard of a Guy Name Dallas Rain Yeah. He doesn't need to go anywhere, listen. He's beautiful. Suits only market. You'RE GONNA make into his. By TORTILLAS GET OUTTA my face. Everyone knows your game. I wish you had been beheaded by that. Everyone knows okay. I wish the sharpen your hat. Everyone knows okay. Would you because he? Would have choked on your hair. An enormous. Swimming, O'hare, Polian! Look. Like, they're not police. You'll never leave this Martha. Never! Brow. Everyone knows your flex. He's a beautiful man. Shut up! This is about the most interesting. He's. My we can edit that. He's still around. My sinks started out as a news segment. Go ahead. We have another reenactment. died doing what he left. Joel McHale and Adam. Doing some Improv, they're so good together. What a rhythm they get into! Joel secret boyfriend. Joel just great, and he gets the always. He's great at setting Adam to for like they just they pairs up. Wriggle, who's one of the best also one of the coolest? After laughs with Ball Brian he the original event. with bad religion the one that had music. he he was performing, and after he's done performing I observed that he was actually very natural on stage, and at the time people talking about it has its own writers. He's only touring. The, he'd say so himself, but up on stage. You seem fully formed I told him as such I'm like Oh man time to stand up you? You got it whatever just keep doing as you already they're. So appreciative and then I showed him where the bathroom was at the place I had never been there before, and then we talked about local seattle stuff, Joel, McHale gu-guy Seattle native and one of our first guess that we had when we started doing the zoom. COVID. Quarantine shows. Very solid episode that will be featured in an upcoming Corolla classics when everything isn't zoom focused. Yeah, exactly yeah. That's a distance memory is like. Zoom episodes all the time. Yeah, I know when we get back in the studio and you've asked forget about the as opposed to just the future nor McDonald episodes, or whoever lazy guest is. It is it is a cool zoom era, right? We're in the middle of an era. You could definitely get a lot more things that can happen in person. The opportunity for to branch out through podcast as long as people have ethernet cables. Completely true. All right before we get go, the next clip got to tell you about G. R., V. Plan. Win Guy Co.. Alright gyco been a proud sponsor of cruel classics for a long time now and did you know that gyco is offering an extra fifteen percent credit on car, motorcycle and RV policies I do now. Yeah, it's pretty good deal. It's a great deal. That's fifteen percent on top of the money. GYCO could already save you. So, what are you waiting for? The time is now. There's never been a better time switch to GEICO. Save an extra fifteen percent when you switch by Tober, seventh visit GEICO DOT COM to learn more. Let's keep the acs hall of fame going. With our next clip, this one is with Judd appetite back in from November of two thousand, twenty. Roughly, two weeks later, another guy it's like. Why does it come on the show so much? It's awesome that he does I love that he does. Please keep doing it. This is a one on one between him. And Adam and they're talking about how whenever you're making a film. At some point, a really big budget thing somebody's GonNa pull the plug and it's GonNa cost a bunch of money. And then you have to smooth everything out and then get everything. We started back up again and it's a really interesting conversation. We played this before. It's been played in best of before, but this nice chunk. That felt fresh. Scary, too when people get so unfunny that they plug and pulling the plug cost a half a million dollars. Right. And that happens on every movie. Now that you get the plug hold, but there is a moment right in the middle where you do think. Does this make any sense I always think about the end like Disney. N Work. Will you feel like you've been through something? And it's earned or is it just GonNa Peter Out Right I wish you'd a lot of footage for the end because you know, it's hard to get out of you know there's only so many ends two movies either it everything works out everything kind of works out. Everything doesn't work out, but they learned a lesson, or it's just like a Coen brothers life as fucking awful, and that's. Right you're always hitting one of those categories and trying to do it in a way. People haven't seen a billion times. The catch twenty two of the ending is especially taken from guy made a sports movie. Because when you're export move, you get one and a half options on your endings like this guy win, or is that Guy Win? And if you go well this? If it all works out, then everyone saw it coming and now, but that was so easy. There's a great original I. Don't want to give it away. 'cause I think that I am promoting this movie. It's probably on Amazon and so I'm not going to give away the ending, but that we had that with Talladega nights we'll does ricky bobby just win the race, and then at some point someone realize oh maybe. Maybe he doesn't you know and there's another way to go about it, and that's the hardest part about all these movies is. Is that little grace? Note at the end that you land on you? My favorite one is the end of terms of endearment, because it ends the funeral and writes, everyone goes dead I. Mean Right. It should be the sad ending ever, but it works because Jack Nicholson shows her kids pool and he's like you WanNa. See My pool and Radley. There's hope yeah, I love I don't know why I was thinking about parenthood the other day. And trying to picture the movie where it ends. And maybe I was thinking about your movie, but we're ends with the baby and you think the baby is the baby of the daughter, but it's the baby of the of the mom yet as as I recall, that's a great. It's a great movie definitely. Thought About parenthood when we were making this. It is very similar notes of that I. I felt as one of my favorite movies in terms of. Lots of comedy lots of truth lots of layers lots of laughs coming off tension. You know where there's a couple of beats where the movie is comfortable enough in its own skin to go. I don't have to dance and tell jokes I can. We can have a serious moment or real moment here and then the comedies is going to pay off that much more when we have just a couple of like were secure enough with our product that we can actually just be interesting for a moment and not be funny. Yeah, and and you feel when you watch it It really is personal to Lowell Ganz and. Mandel? That was their moment where they were on top of the world. They can do almost anything they wanted to do with Ron Howard, and they made something really personal. I was real and funny, and that's how I felt like. Oh, I'm allowed to do this now. I probably won't be allowed to do this for long. I can slip this in and with a lot of freedom and to to see what what happened. Well, what is so then as I was watching, I was thinking? I Bet Judd I mean so. Judd has a serious side and and then. The comedy could be born out of some of the some of the pain or neurosis, or whatever, but then I thought. You know woody? Allen's done it now. The guys have done it Bill Murray. Degrees of success, but I bet judd has just a very straight. Movie in or that. He's been thinking. About are wanting to do I mean without. At with with something that would not be called a comedy I guess I. You know I. Think everything in Life is funny, so it's hard for me to go into full drama mode because. I think that. Our whole existence is ridiculous. what we're up against his ridiculous. Denial of is ridiculous, and so it's all ultimately. Comedic to me when I see any movie. That doesn't have any humor I think there's something wrong with those people 'cause. It's just even at its worst. It's comic. Right to me but It's funny because we were talking about a review that came in for this is forty, which is a positive review, but he could tell that person would rather be less humor like the one criticism was that it was that it was so funny that they wanted to. They wanted a little more. Settled down dramatic moments in it, and that is the dance of being funny as once you're funny. You have to set a certain pace and rhythm. How funny your? Entire Movie and it is fun to be less funny. Sometimes I enjoyed that funny people. The dramatic scenes where I love it is a I'm an executive producer on Lena Dunham show girls where there is no audience, so we can do big scenes full episodes that are not funny at all Ryan it's fine. You can do that on TV now. Shows like mad men. Where you know, it's all Kinda funny, but they're dramas. That's the great space to do that. Your your daughters in the movie. Where unbelievably good like Like as I was watching I was just thinking. You know this is a blessing and curse like as a dad You know it's sort of like. You don't want your daughter to be a pig, but you don't want her to be Cheryl ladd either because you. Do you call enough at all hours? It's like you'd like them to be like. You know attractive minus the huge rack and. That doesn't stop you know like you want them. You know what I'm saying these talks. Like cute I say to my wife. Is this asking a stop? We want it to so I. Your your daughters are so mad and Iris, or are so compelling and so good. In this movie, and then, of course you have, your wife is well like I, don't know what you do like I. I mean I it. What happens when they just announced? I WANNA BE I WANNA be emancipated. See I, don't WanNa be ought to be like Drew Barrymore dropping out of school I'm hiring. Know an attorney and I'm moving a moving on like, can you? Do you want that for them. Do you want to rein them in and go look? This is a special occasion. Daddy direct a movie that he wrote, but you're not going out and starring in everything that comes out that's that's The debate that we have in the house all the time. which is when I think of a movie at and want the kids to be in the movie? You know it's partially because I. Don't WanNa meet other people's kids and I know it will be so much better it's. Not, the kids, let's be honest. Sometimes the kids but. But. But I know that. If if my kids Lesley's kids are in the movie, we're going to get a dynamic that you've never seen in a movie before. We'd like a level of truth of how this family operates and that was exciting to me. I didn't think a lot about if they were great. When I thought was if they are awful, this is just a worldwide humiliation. For my family if my kids are terrible well. A look at us and narcissistic ample because they're going to be like this guy wouldn't even higher professionals puts his own family in their life. which I wouldn't mind I wouldn't mind that I would be more worried about about them, but so I tried really hard to make them. You know to support them, so they could do a good job and they are really hilarious. They've been watching us do this for a long time, and they're good actresses, but they're really. Really interesting. People's I was proud of that and proud to show that off where we get in trouble is well. What if someone you know wants? Monto, being a horror movie that shoots in Lana for four months am I gonNA. Go Right and be a stage dad and sit on the SAT, and you know and watch that and the that's not really what the purpose of this was so our theory is this, is it? This was just? Time. Now. We're that breakout is my daughter. Suddenly getting offered something. That we're jealous of what's. Sanderson called God. What do we do? So, we don't know what's GonNa Happen. But you know it's funny. She's got like ninety thousand twitter followers. and. She's really interesting and funny, and she writes for all these Internet sites like Hello Giggles, so I figure if I teach to to do a lot of things You know where she can. She can act Josephson right and She likes to sing and Broadway type stuff. then. Maybe you'll find something. She likes to do but you don't want them needy for a claim or needy for approval like life isn't good, unless I'm in a movie that part that. We don't want We want this to be somewhat of an aberration, but also something to tell says to her well. You have towns work hard. Maybe you'll be able to do something right and you as a former performer. Don't pop up in this movie i. Believe, so you're sort of leading by example, which is daddy used to slay? On. I did audience and I was very good. Food. Sammy's by the shore right, but daddy slid gracefully behind the camera. That's right. REQUESTED THAT Yeah so. And then what about you do doing acting and some of these things? I did A. I the only time I ever did this I did a cameo in finding people which I cut out, which was which was a funny scene where Adam was shooting. A sequel to a hotdog eating competition movie and I was the director, and I was trying to convince him to eat five hotdogs in one take, because it was a big crane shot and I. There were no edits to see. Eat five hotdogs in this one shot, and then it was Adam just going no not going to happen. And then I say what we do, one Dake, and he's like not not going to happen. What if I do it in two pieces and it was just me. Convincing him to eat five hotdogs, and it was pretty funny, but the movie was long and removed it, but my stiffness was what was interesting about it because I've never been a good actor, you know what's a good ploy. I would recommend for you and all your future endeavors. You just go talk to your A and you're you know camera, guys and everything and go look. Don't roll on this one like. Don't burn any film or digital whatever, but put one scene for you in every. You know whatever you're playing the UPS guy. You're playing the direct your payment ever. And then you cut it out, but it's never in the point is is then when you get shit from whomever about cutting their shit out, you go. Hey I cut myself I. Cut Myself I. was the first guy cut on film I know what it's like to be. Cut off film. Obviously, we're fat with. Cut My scene out, so don't come complaining about if. You just put a little scene. If you just waste, that's just an appendage. It could be cut off like Lizard's tail. That would never grow back. You put that in every single movie. No one ever give you any shit. That's a good idea. Now I feel so again like so naive talking to Grandpa or the day before going to cut you. Did He keep you I? Don't much gets cut out I didn't know he was intense. Scenes is a he was very very good. You know here's the thing with Graham to get back to the most important part of this. Sure I knew. I needed a guy who was willing to be onscreen as a guy who can't sell any records whose career. Highlights were behind him, so we were sitting around. Like should we get? What about the guy from X T C? Joe Jackson and we just made the list of all the people that we really liked, but who aren't selling a of record, look sharp and I'm the man nothing better right nothing better, nothing bad and the zillion records after that. So, we started. Trying to figure it out, and then a friend of mine, said Look at Grand, Parker's website and he had written this essay about how he wanted to have his music in more movies, and he signed a new publishing deal and I read it in the middle, it said. Are you reading JUDD APCOA? Wow, and I thought well. That is a sign that's just so weird, weird side, and then I went and had lunch with him, and started delicately, telling him the story, and he was just so amused by the idea of them musician. Who can't sell any records anymore. 'cause you need a guy on side is not going to be sensitive sheriff when you talk about it because it's unfair to. Most artists can't sell records and now I've I've had that like when I used to do the man show. You'd have that thing where it'd be like. Yeah, no Paulie shore were really interested in having you do A. Currying Fi. Well tended working title Douchebag of the week, but we haven't. It's not obviously. There's some room for modify. Bali but but I. An, my, it's not we're. We're not making fun of you like I've had that satire. It's Larry Sanders. We would have to have those conversations with people at the Larry Sanders show. The funniest one was Bob Goldthwait was on the show and was you know hilarious? He's always been. One of my favorites and. He didn't realize that in all the scenes around him, people would be shitting on him right and making fun of him. Because that's how the show works. you know in the next scene. Whatever celebrity left? The writers were going to trash him ED and he said. To Gary He's like I didn't know you guys. We're GONNA get because I. Think said it bothered me because. So much of what you said was. So he is. Bob's a friend. And a very sensitive guy I think a lot of COMEDIANS. He's so great I mean I love what he's done. I mean when you talk about like just shooting that next movie. I lived with Adam Sandler. Sandler's shot shakes the clown I mean. This is one of the biggest moments in our in our lives. What Santa's making a movie with Bob? Goldthwait and Tom Kenny and Robin Williams doing a big cameo in it and I remember me and Sandler going to To, Bob Gold weights place, and then Robin, Williams came over, and now we're just like kids and suddenly Robin Williams is their and our minds are blown. We can barely speak sure and then like he was very quiet, he wasn't in like being funny mode, but then maybe just once he said like one thing like Oh. Look at Princeton. Were like Oh. My God I was the best moment of my life. Ronald Williams the device I. Think he's like a cockroach which is like he's either standing still, or he's going one hundred miles an hour like you don't see cockroaches. Cockroaches search making his way across the kitchen floor, but it doesn't seem to have much purpose. It's either. He doesn't have a dimmer switch. I think either either to get the Baptist minister, or you get you get nothing. Yeah, no. But Gopher Gopher. That was you know the big moment in in Sandler's career I, remember had the one joke they say. What are you doing, says Been Juggling and Shit and we thought that was the first last sandler ever got. In in a in a move, how is that? Everyone is managed I. Feel like this town is either half of them are friends with Robin Williams and the other half is friends with. With Adam Sandler, and then there's me. I feel like I'm the only guy who I I I like both of them. I respect both them and everyone's like I. Am I mean Sandler back at Nyu or robbing and San Francisco? What happened? North Hollywood I came out of North Hollywood be the problem you know. Insanity lived on We lived on. GROW UP ON HOUSTON. We lived right by the Odyssey video. Yeah, and we lived there like in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, ninety one so. Harsh him. What were you doing in ninety ninety one? I literally grew up on Houston Street which is Spelled O. YOU NOT HOUSTON Not off or maybe spelled phonetically. Figure that say my book anyway. I grew up on huge. My family's houses on Houston Street and North Hollywood and. I. Got Out of North Hollywood high, which is down Magnolia Boulevard there from. Odyssey. Odyssey's a like a blimp hangar for porn. and. have. That huge porn section in the back. Yeah, yeah, it was Houston with the you're right. It was like ten. Is there? Yeah, yeah, it it. It pretends that it's for normal movies, but really that's just a front of nine billion. Right and and so. I grew up there and went to North Hollywood high. I got out of north. Hollywood high I start cleaning carpets and I started digging ditches, and I started working construction and I never really knew comedy was was VI- a viable. Way To make a living and somewhere in the early nineties I was living in locker ascent with a couple of guys in a rental house I was teaching boxing at a place called. Motion and I was watched wing hamburger. They got a lot of covered. I know bodies in motion. covered. Yeah, I I I. Don't I don't know An, and by the way. If you want to know what I was doing, all you have to do is watch the movie. That's what I was doing. that Guy Waldo was named Sauce Waldo and me and him work construction the. Same Guy Yeah. Like I was like good. You'RE GONNA. Teach you how to act as a matter of fact I was like you don't even have to act. Just be your be yourself and then. I realized nobody could understand. Ozzy speaking, so if you watch the movie, you'll notice that every time he says something I go. I'll repeat it or someone else will repeat out, so he'll air. Yeah mazing hair. Who told you about comedy? What was the leap to do comedy? I just knew I knew I was funny. And and I knew I was good building shit, and so I just was very pragmatic about the whole thing, which is I am in I would encourage. Everybody to do this, you take a little inventory of yourself, but realistic inventory. Like what are you good at? What are you not good at? What could you do? What shouldn't you do? I was bad student I was bad at many things, but I was very good mechanically and I thought I had a good sense of humor so the mechanical part. I was already doing driving a truck swing a hammer, and all that and I knew that sucked like that was not a bunch of money and a life that didn't involve travel or women are intrigue or anything at all your locker center. Yes, I was in lock fucking Sentra and and So, I was like well I do this. And I'm good at this and this sucks, so there's this other thing which is comedy which I think I can do. which has potential I mean who knows may look. I don't need to get to the top of the heap. I can make a living I would have been more than happy. Just a right for greeting card company, or just get on some sort of animated show and. And just write jokes or something, and so I said well. Let's start pursuing that, so I went to the groundlings, and then I eventually met Jimmy Kimmel like taught him to box because they're doing some radio stunt and he got me on the radio and you know one thing led to another, but lots of slow. You didn't start from standup you started from I. Did a lot of open mics see standup? Thing is tough because. When you're starting out like yourself I, you and I. Probably not put on this earth to do, stand up, but. You're funny enough that you can do. Stand up, and because there's no other outlets, or there were no other outlets you end up, so ends up being like this sport. It's Kinda like urine Mexico and your sport is ultimate Frisbee. By. There like we got a soccer ball and you're like. I like ultimate. Frisbee and they're like. Yeah, but we got a soccer ball, so play soccer, but you're doing it now and you go. All kick the ball around in your good enough athlete that you could be good enough at soccer to kind of make your way onto the team. In Yeah I do stand up now and I. Do it sort of like you do your movies minus two payday. And, that was. Back, in twenty, twelve, talking to Adam, one on one atom loves doing the one on ones with him. We usually go to his office to do it. He's a busy man, but we do not mind, and we always think amount for Yeah Albert Brooks. That's right. Yes, average best interviews have been the on location ones and. We. He's done a Francis. Ford. Coppola is went over to him. don't have a pilot's. Similar interesting thing the COP Coppola won the Albert Brooks, and some of the some of the JAPA- one's very similar quality, he I don't know if it's a couch couchbase, interviewing or what? Doing Adam is a little bit out of his. Home base element his territory. And Yeah, but it's still always an excellent conversation. So love. All Right? We have one more clip for everybody. It's the Ron Tomatoes game. We're bringing it back this time within avengers theme frown. Indeed Adam, cruel show, fifteen, sixty, five, April, twenty, nine, hundred, fifteen, the following day. Greg Fitzsimmons Matching Grant Bryan Bishop. Greg's not in this portion, acidy and the gang. Do Ron Tomatoes? Check it out. With the fresh. Movie A. Always a smile on my face all right the category then from a sealed envelope pricewaterhouse, the category is movies from the avengers cast on. So I'm taking these six primary vendors that return for the sequel this week. It's already opened a two hundred million dollars worldwide. It's GONNA make a ton more money here in the states when it opens. We will have six movies in this game instead of the regular five. Do you think bonus back in the early seventies when they were doing? You know deer Hunter's in dog day afternoon just hundred last night. How Weird is that? You brought that up I don't bring it up that. Dog Day afternoons and a Godfather's movies like that coming home, whatever that he said in two thousand fifteen is going to be all comic books. They be like no, no, no, we're just we're not. We've gone away from that sort of fifty. busby Berkeley fluff and we're getting into serious. Horton subject matter with guys Deniro on, and and all these famous Dustin Hoffman. We're going full blown full comic books, and like all right for the kids, but for no no no starring TV actors sort of character. No, no major investors may journey. Exposing for adult our right, the kids in the women, no forty year old dudes all over this shit, all right released. No one's GONNA say. Let's go summer blockbuster. Have you seen that documentary documentary? Easy riders raging bulls. Yes. Out that whole scene. It's about that seventy. Kind of directors era scene, and all those guys that were doing important movies because they were blown. Yeah, they were influenced by the French new wave. Films Directors had all the power tell Michael Tomino ruined it all with Heaven's gate because he spent on, and then Spielberg and Lucas come along, they start making these popcorn movies and change the business. Well, it is changed because you think after raging bull and Goodfellas, yeah, well, who's GonNa, make another movie about fucking Aquaman or something like no one's GonNa want this. Shit and now we're in. It's like somebody's trying to punish me really is. Like somebody sat me down and went. What don't you like atom? Okay, good comic books! Star wars wagons sweet dragons vampires. Awesome zombies. Great singing girls. All we'll do an. Here's your gift basket with liquor. News is these are comic book movies. These are just the stars all right so I two thousand nine film for Robert Downey junior where he plays the iconic detective Sherlock Holmes first. One was good I. Guess the second one was pretty good. I've I. Don't remember I remember the first one being kind of interesting Robert Downey. Junior is always good. He just is then the sats. And all the carbon. Fun and Have some fun twists and things in it but I have no idea. What did you see it? Say. Yeah, I sort of saw it on a plane or something I. Don't remember a lot about remember. Being Robert Downey junior is very watchable and like a ball and he did a great job, and there's some fun stuff going on. Mark Strong's the bad guy strong Rachel McAdams I'm going to say they liked it okay. Seventy three percent might be a little lowest at sixty nine. This Guy Ritchie movie, right. Nine percent. I only remember people making fun of this movie. I'm going forty three. Seventy percent off. Right in there. All right next up this movie Chris Evans where he stars with Kim basing she is, she's been kidnapped by Jason Statham, and she uses her cell phone to call a kid, and the movie is called Cellular Oh Jamesy this sort of remember this one. Year sorry. This is two thousand four. She's trapped in the attic because she's been kidnapped by chasing Stefon. Cell Phone. That's almost dead or she. She's not on the cell phone she. Hacks the phone system and gets this random number. It's Chris. Evans and right. He's trying to save her. okay, let's say. We don't love it. We don't remember loving it. I remember seeing bits and pieces of it on cable. Critic probably didn't love it, but we don't. We don't know I don't know I'm going to say. Fifty one percent. Yeah, this is a wild stag was even remember this movie a little bit forty forty percents. I'm stigma forty-three fifty-five. Really that high very tight very tight. Do not just keep guessing forty three. During. A movie. She's never seen before she goes really. I'm nobody saw this movie, but it does. There's there's mainly. Student One credit. Many movies. This is one of the ones where the definitely the critics and the audience scored Pretty Pretty Simpatico on this one. Yeah looks like An. All right next stop. Two thousand twelve remake of a classic action movie, this is for Chris. Hemsworth who plays Thor and the avengers teamed up with Jeffrey Dean Morgan and a couple of other people. Including Adrian flicky for the remake of Red Dawn. Oh did you see this in a fucking theater? Let me. Tell you there is one. Good thing about being on the road and one good thing, only strange pussy strain well, P. Yeah, okay, there's really there's two. Wasn't going to mention that the second one. All Right? There's one good thing to good things, but here's one of them. You're in Fresno. It's you and Mike August. You have nothing to do the entire day because you drove in from San. Francisco or Sacramento the night that morning or whatever it is the first shows at eight o'clock. It's noon I know we're going. There's nothing fucking to do. Mike August strange pussy. But eat something horrible and then go to a place in watch. Red Dawn to that's it okay? that's the one start the second. Thing about being on the road. You can watch all the shitty movies you want and there's. Normally you'd feel guilty like I should be with my kids. Are should be at home cleaning out the gutters doing something. Fresno there's nothing to do, but when the bar is. Is this going to be better than sitting in my hotel room staring at the wall for two hours at the particular place that Mike chose in Fresno. Yes, put the word. Put the letter M. in front of were H. used to be in hotel and you'll have better understanding so. I I saw this movie. Also my buddy tanner, faust, who is a professional driver, X. Games driver and a stunt driver explained to me many years ago because this thing sat on the shelf for a long time that during the scenes where they're fling, and the kids are in the cab of the truck, and they're driving trying to get away from the roof skis. He is actually in the back of the car of the truck in the any rig. Driving for them and especially rigged vehicle, which sounds insane and elaborate. Yes, what you want is reaction of the actual teenagers that are in the cab of the Ford, F one fifty, but they can't drive. I mean not professionally and with this guy's going to have to do is go over. A bunch of lawns crashed you bunch of picket fences dodging oak tree, jump back onto the street and my buddy tanner. Is sitting in a roll cage in the back of the pickup truck. With it rigged up steering the car, so the guys that are in the car. That ain't acting okay riskier shitless because this stunt drivers hauling ass over people's Lawns in Detroit, and is they think they're heading right it. The Oak tree, the some of the driving season Ronan her like that like the second chase scene where Deniro is driving that car, and it's actually a right hand drive car. They've dummied up a left side driving wheel. Oh, camera mounted on the front right side of the car pointed it him as he's driving through the tunnel where Princess Diana had just been killed a few months before, and so that terror on Deniro's face is kind of real. Yeah, nine percent. Now I will let you in on this I kept saying Tanner winning i. told me about it. Where is that movie because I'm going to be in Fresno one day. See that Shit. Up and. He kept telling me they shelved shelved Delvin it. Gets to get sold or something well. This Chinese company well part of what happened to that. They had to reach end to do much late re-shoots. Because originally the bad guys were Chinese, and then they either they were. They knew that they would have trouble in the Chinese market, so they change them. North Koreans. Never good sign I'm coming in racist twenty one percent I said twenty five. I'm optimistic. Thirty nine twelve o see Gina. This is the one right tell you. There's plenty of double tap plenty of single digits out there when a movie is really that bad. Pretty Close Brian think so all right. Now I will say. We got three more movies coming, so Gina You couldn't k. where we have two more, no six. Oh Yes all right next up two thousand five film for Scarlett Johansson where she plays a character named Jordan two Delta, who is teamed up with you and McGregor to escape a facility where it turns out that they are clones used for organ, harvesting or Yeah baby carrying. What is it? Surrogacy, thank you. The movie is island. Didn't see it either. jean-michel bay film. Look big and got behind it. So critics, probably probably, they'll too crazy for the critics I'm going to say. But I don't I didn't hear. It was horrible and they they like her. Generally, what's not to like? Sixty one percent I'm real close to you. I think it was actually. That bad from what I remember fifty eight percent fifty, five forty. Damn just stuck with forty three M. What did you say gene? I'm fifty five and Brian. What was he on fifty eight homeboy? Spitting tight can snugly hard next up is a two thousand nine film. Jeremy Renner plays a bomb technician on a team with Anthony. Mackie who also makes an appearance in Avengers to the movie? Is The hurt Locker Oh. Now we talked about we must gary. You have to figure out another one because we talked about this one on the air once. Oh, I, remember. It was hi. I'm being honest here. Let's do it anyway in your IRA. It's very high. Cypher right so I. Know that this one is ninety six or something like that or something something I could get within five points this. I'm recusing. But Ninety, eight or ninety eight. Extra move beat feed hop to the next one. Okay Gary. Seven movie in case of outcast, so we're all set. Unless! There's a tie that we need another. Next up two thousand ten film. Is mainly starring Leonardo DiCaprio but mark ruffalo stars as his. Partner US marshal investigating mystery on Shutter Island. Yeah did I kinda liked it. I really liked it I thought late at had been built up too much, so it was kind of a letdown for me. Some Martin Scorsese movie. Yeah! I liked it a lot, but I felt like. kind of lose a little. I remember walking out of theatre gone. The hafner did that not happen. Can't help falling apart at the very end, but not in a major way, just kind of like. Barely got to the finish line stumbled across the finish line of I felt like that was a lot of really good for play that ended with A. Pair of blue boss pair blue balls. Lots of good lots of good in their feelings tremendous. Really Coho man. This is going to be good when I find bill. Yeah, okay, so because of the. I'm going to say. Seventy, two percent, said eighty, six, eighty, sixty, all know. Could have been the game right Ryan. eighty-six sixty six. For, he will listen you eighty six. I know. Damn all right last one. Sam Jackson plays a character named or del Robbie who is a small arms dealer and drug dealer. Working with a woman named Jackie, Brown. In Jackie Brown Dick out Christmas Day. Nineteen, ninety seven. Like liked it. But, the Tarantino bars is very high, so it was one of my. Probably I guess one of my favorite Tarantino movies in least favorite Tarantino movie. Considers. It has not his best and you go hunt, and while I'm comparing it to all the other. Movies they're they're all. They're all nines and tens. This was seven and a half or something like that lots of good stuff. Yeah, no means bad movie. No Tarantino's doing good at this point. I and Samuel's doing good but I i. don't know what the critics ought to this. God Damn it. Now. I'm in the driver's seat here, so I'm to try to. Play it you're GONNA heads. Well you don't want to the critics. It is kind of thing they might like got kind of African American things looking for got Tarintino. It's cut some things for the critics to like. I don't think they're gonNA shit. On this I don't I. Don't feel like this is a shit on critic movie I'm going to say. Seventy seven percent my theory is. Tarantino was the hottest thing in Hollywood. Everyone's waiting three years. More than three big follow up. I think it's overrated at ninety percent well. Going sixty one. Eighty six walking. Now as a game, fuck! Shit. My. That was a good good. What did you say was ninety ninety? Four I was off by nine still may have squeak Gary through the math. Adam fifty. Bald Brian. Sixty. Sheena Grad whatever you whatever peril you talk to make you. Laugh. So Sad. Number one eighteen. Isn't that what Adam got last week? Not to be an asshole while he was trying. I wasn't writing three victory win streak. Along time ago yeah. Reminds me of the homes. Ali fight where where it was just sad. Yeah, yes, sad at a certain point where Kinda hold them up and looking at the wrath gone. Down you want to stop this, or are you going to stop this? All computer screens or the gets burned into the screen memory other. It's pretty painted. Flowers for Algernon moment. For Short Pants. Oh right altro. was. Hosting an adventure steamed round of the rotten tomatoes game. The forty fifth installment. Yeah, look at that we are, we're. We've been playing every single game since the beginning GM and we're already forty-five deep. It's one of those things where people like people always talk about loved like my favorite part of love. Line is clocks by coldplay the end. It's like you mean the last two years of the show. All cool as hells, people. It's like the People's favorites, snl cast. When you were twelve was Brian, says so people have actually been hitting me about this. We have to address it. you guys are reusing movies from old rotten tomatoes games, but the movies of course change over time some not that much. Do. They know they're doing this or make a mistake like no, no, it's it's on purpose, and it's totally fine, and we've actually brought up on classes before and joked about it, so some people have missed that their right to me in a panic as one of them to know that it's okay, that's right, and and you're right. You're the scores you change I remember when we did. A Cova deemed around right when the pandemic started, and we had outbreak and outbreak with the Ron. Tomatoes score was changing by the hour. When we were playing the game, we didn't realize it. Until the until later knows kind of funny that when we found out that our picture of the score there screech, and of the score was different than when we looked on the website, and it just caused all all these squaring diff weirdness because it actually affected the winner of the game. It changes changing that much so. There, you go crazy Brian Tomatoes. It's a living breathing thing. Are. That'll do for Corolla classics. 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Top 5 Bad Restaurants // Mandy, White Boy Rick, Gilbert

"Been vault? Yes, indeed the film vaults welcome everyone to said film bolt that's show I'm Brian Bishop. We are your hosts for today. Top five. Worst restaurants places. I'm gonna go ahead and say, I don't wanna eat at, don't want. Don't want to dine. They're not a thin list for me Anderson. Not a ton of all Serena's, but I'm pretty happy with my top five pretty happy is a my God. I got a couple of deep pools, Brian. Oh, you ever made a list for me of a one shocked is not made a list how Macron's crossed over. I hope done. Perhaps one. I did leave one very obvious, big one off the list because I don't like to have that movie on my list because it's it's it's a little too cute, I guess, say, but I'm hoping it's on your list of. It's not. It's my only also ran that I have now I don't have any movies. Horatio Sanz not now what have you seen that movie road trip? Yeah, tight. Todd, Phil's mood die, Todd Phillips. I understand that director of hated. Yeah, road trip, Zion, and the great scene. I didn't like that scene because he's fell completely. I dunno wearing motivated her show. Sands character was in that scene only why does hate that? I enjoy his. His theatrical. They were the physical comedy was giggle inducing goes no more so than a clown or a mile sees a weaned song in that movie, which I. Yeah. But also, you know, Tom Cruise, pretending eat the mouse. I mean, Tom Cruise thinking very without Tom green, that movie is below average. I feel like with Tom and it's below average. Now that's wonderful unleash the feary Mitch. Sounds like you enjoy this movie quite a bit, and it should be. Why don't you know number one road trip real quick for we get to it because I got three movies to fuck and flick. Do one more call one another call to yell, actually not one more call because we got got a few weeks leading up a yo, fairly tickets on sale. You'll Boston tickets on sale for. Joe Boston, Philly, always coast, and then wrapped it all back home. What the Santa Ana screening of Emerton. So it's Tober. Thirteenth might Anna fucking bursary OB in Philadelphia. Good use of travel the next day to become an all the way home and then going all the way back out Boston two days later October twentieth when the second to last the wife seems to think so. She's like really talk Tober thirteenth day important to you for any other reason, macaque Philly. Fuck. Yeah. Go down in the annals of Cowan's triumphant too. Actually gonna start celebrating October thirteenth every year. Moving forward. Boston, Philadelphia, Gruber's screaming. Bursary today. Your wife guards very important day five years ago today. I was in Philly. You play early the abbey at the regal spans very much meeting ten is the name of theater regal something or other common. Mouth a mouthful. Plymouth mouth Plymouth meeting ten mouth meeting is in their ten is in their regals in there. It's in Philly, right off the turnpike there. So this actor thirty also I just did the price since last talked about this because I. I to found out that I'm on the hook for the the after party, which is occurring for an hour after the screen and after in a booze wine, beer and food. So for an extra five bucks, twenty dollars ticket became a thirty dollar ticket and you get to feed your face for five bucks for an extra five bucks. So pretty. Seventy five dollars is still the price for the all the big shebang. The whole, the whole shebang. Primo don't like to call it that. So you call it off the air, so and that's includes the shorts and shirt. And that goes for the Boston shows. Well, this is Santana show and we're at about a half of the Philadelphia. Premo tickets are already gone. So if you like to do that, go over to Anderson. Cowan dot com. Okay. Let's get to movies. You've got two or three. I got three. I wanna long plane ride myself this week and was able to watch a film on both directions. I got. Where should we start? I don't know. Film start there start their best for last start with. In. Men. Talk about this man, they Mendy memory. We'll let you there's a words go that the very mandala saw. Andy. Okay. I'm sorry. Is the name, the name of an ex girlfriend who was horrific? Very much. Everyone liked my ex girlfriend Mandy, except for me was Mandy. I actually very tall one costume designer have tattoos. She does. Now, did she a on on her neck and that's for me? Yeah, anarchy. There's a few initials that she has. One of them is as you got four one of them's in a, that's for me, I don't talk to her anymore. Another one is a girl who's dead or work as a server. Culver city restaurants? No, she did not. She did have ex girlfriend who did that? 'cause I ran into her probably bartenders, yeah, I've had many bartenders, girl, non portent long-term. What we're talking about as Mandy Mandy has not make you really you're that arrogant. Arrogant you completely whiffed on I, I'm very listening to a low. She'll call the outdoor talk here in a second. I was slashing. I sadly, sadly, not surprised, but still upset that you so miss red and obvious joke, Dr. Drew's Ben doctors at birth. I said. You choose to take it seriously for the sake of the I said, you wanna mentioning invited and I sniffed and even reference juice. You know, that was a joke. Is it though Anderson? Is it housing serious? How much of it is that is actually joke because you didn't mention it, and I think that you probably would have mentioned it. Why didn't you mention it? I mentioned anyone I'm Christie was like something you'd be like, hey, I'm gonna see Jerusalem this weekend. Why did you mention me? I do you work at it being because you're fired by doctor. He's seen the herbs away, he fired you. So it was kind of shocking to see you. There drove my book is a complicated man, very. Very. All right. Let's talk about Mandy. Okay, Mandy people are losing the shit over Mandy. It's doing pretty well over the rotten tomatoes. Don't look it up. You look into my emails, Logan directed by panels, Kaz mottos, son of George because mythos motels calls Malta's coz moat. Cosmo to Cosma. Tos Cozma do. 'cause motos. He's also the writer director of beyond the black rainbow, which I have not seen. I am not familiar with his man's work. Didn't just talk about this movie recently. I did because I was highly anticipated it. I was excited. I was hearing good things and it's I- screener of it and I'd tried for twenty minutes to swallow that screener. And it just I couldn't hear what was going on. I couldn't really see the digital effects. That was I was gonna wait and see it on the big screen. And I wish that I did because this is a movie that you want to go out and see the bigger the audience