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The Famous Dead: The Life and Death of Chris Farley!

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The Famous Dead: The Life and Death of Chris Farley!

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Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm your host Billy Curvy Ak Bill Kirby Aka William Billy Bill Kirby. Bill Enator Aka Sorry bill in nature I mean Kurban ater and we also have the Tomcat Aka. Tom Dumps in. Okay folks the guy in front of you is Tommy. You'll be taking you through my little spiel here. Tommy is a Scorpio. He likes biking and he's never been laid and what about seatbelts fastened. Take the little Adnan. Stick it in the big end and you know what you guys don't know how to use a seatbelt. Ring Your Call Button and Tommy will come back there and and the head of the Tack Hammer Kasuri Retard. Right on the head. Yeah all right the deck tech retarded. All they get mad we got mad. We're drinking on some stock and barrel new is. It's not just the barrel liquor at a while on this bitch but okay and I wonder why I wonder why we haven't had liquor Tom. We also have beers for later. But we'll see a couple of Bir. It's the blue bottle. We're also watching Tommy boy because we are covering Chris Farley David. One of my favorites too. And it's going to be a super super lighter episode until it's not it might get sad the end. I was watching that documentary with him earlier. Today eight Shikata Motion Farley. I got a little emotional sad stuff. But why are we doing this We're always reviewing the famous dead. That is a series that we've already started with Sydney antsy and stuff. We're going to keep going on it like. Tom will jump in there and do some celebrities desk people who related to so why. We're especially doing this wine and why. I've always wanted to do this because you know it was disturbing kind of the way he died in you know he was denied an fucking floor. A hotel thing is like we'll get to that resonates with us more significantly to like we used to white special ladies and like they're just nothing but little guy in big coach so that's why like in the skinny guy so when we're working together at restaurants we're young cats and shit he used to go for. Billy would go for a smoke with all my jacket and you'd be like skinny guy big like you know because I'm a bigger than billy. Obviously he's a little stick bug so it's a little different now. I grew a few feet since his name was Christopher Crosby Farley so he forced on February fifteenth. Oh I thought it was Valentine's Day nineteen sixty four and we'll get to his death later died in nineteen ninety seven. But that's why like also I was like. Oh the good time and do this. His birthday's literally coming up. Yeah so just kind of get idea do this. He was an American actor and comedian earlier is known for his loud. His luxury yacht. Energetic comedy style was a member of Chicago's second city theatre. Second City was like where Bob and Doug Mckenzie we got her name from came from was SETV so second city. And they used to like fucking Rick Moranis and Paul Thomas Doug to fuckers names that would they came from and it's kind of interesting. That's why we took this name. But they were on second city also. A lot of people started there. And it was kind of Improv Improv. Yeah it's a lot of Improv. But well more or less. Just Chris. Farley played Chris Farley did a lot more prevalent so so much as they say right like a lot of the read their skits. They did their skills. But it's all just Kinda skit comedy if you've never seen Saturday night live but skit but he was also a cast member of NBC sketch. Comedy show obviously Saturday night live between nineteen ninety nine in one thousand nine hundred five. He went on to pursue a film career in nineteen ninety. Five nine hundred ninety nine hundred ninety five. He went to pursue a film career starring in such films as Tommy Boy Black Sheep and Beverly Hills Ninja Beverly Hills Ninja on my favorites. There was like the last one he did before he died. I know it's not actually did another one. There's another one in. I've only seen once body. What's not only those his movie. Yeah it was. I don't think he did another one. Did almost heroes. Yeah almost heroes. That's it yeah. After his death in ninety seven his final completed films almost here isn't dirty work released in ninety eight respectively. So he didn't. So what did he do half these movies now? He did it all but they finally cut it and put it into production share. Okay so yeah. It was almost heroes. I WANNA watch before but I wanted to watch owners. I've heard of dirty work. We should watch those for sure though. Honestly but Farley on forcing died of an overdose at the age of thirty three which we'll get to later but farley born on that is so young. I'm fucking nearly four years away from that Billy Strip in. He's getting his wife Beater again. Which is the wife beaters author so nice? He likes to beat. His wives turned to three wives. He hides in his basement. One's name is Clich Mar. What necessity and the other. One is bar video theo. Theo girdled on ginger. Real Safari was born. Agree said but very fifteen ninety sixty four in Madison Wisconsin. Wisconsin boy that serial killer land man while Syracuse from Wisconsin. Jeffrey Dahmer. I think a lot of serial killers anywhere fucking Middle Eastern Boardman grew up in maple bluff his father Thomas John Farley senior actually. Wow that's kinda crazy. His Dad died two years after him. His dying died in one thousand nine hundred zero Shit Room and they obviously I would think this is just my brain but how his dad and him probably met in the afterlife. Somehow some probably how you know what? I mean the fact that he was probably still hanging around dad. You're dead to come on buddy. I'm on. It's so nice. They've got so many oil company so it makes sense for Tommy Boy in office like his family and his mother Mary. Ann Nin Cosby was a homemaker. He had four siblings ITAMI JUNIOR TOM. Junior Kevin. I think happens the comedian John and Barbara. His cousin Jim is an executive vice. President and and President of global markets at Ford Motor Company is definitely directed towards Chris. Farley's life and what he was doing and stuff because he works in isn't really a real company. I thought it was but Callahan that many many times. I don't fucking know the call again in color again. For at least families Romaine Roman Catholic in of Irish and Scottish descent Farley attended Catholic schools in his hometown that was pretty much like the growing. He attended the Catholic schools in Canada. Along with Chris. Wrong road trip. Farley was one of the new stuff Saturday night. Live cast members announced in spring nine hundred ninety s now farley frequently collaborated with fellow cast members. Adam Sandler Chris Rock Tim Meadows Donahue. You are sorry but Robert Does Rob Schneider and David Spade so just Hugh that in Mitch thank you back. Our talls needs sleepy. We go way. Let me sleep. What this. Oh It's a nice that's full-service yeah it's a full service hotel when we blew off that shit so fuck it funny. That makes you laugh. David spade him. We're very fucking good friends. And that's why you know. Billy is the David Spade to my Chris Farley so technically so and the cane he was known as the bad boy they were known as the bad boys. Snl especially Chris. Farley was the bad lots of drugs and famous farley characters. Was Todd O'Connor superfan. That's the bears five pairs countries. Like he's had a fucking heart attack before could second time today. Marc I had had a good stretch there for six months or a could not. I couldn't stop. I couldn't stop saying bears the bears just in any situations Kane. Can you go grab that from me? I'd be like yeah for payers. There's a group of stereotypical CHICAGO CHICAGO CHICAGO CHICAGO CHICAGO. Chicago wins who constantly shouted DUB bears that bears. He's also the Chippendales dancer which one of my soon catches ever famous sketch. You guys can look it up. There's no club to is them dancing. Can you stop with two big? Knock it hats. I gotta get a picture with you. Eighty said phones as fuck off. He's my eighties headphones. The world doesn't deserve CDs headphones. Ship the patterns you which even like I think it was. Mike Myers is like like Chris. Farley was I don't want I don't want to do it like and Mike Myers was like no you can do. Just be funnier. Be Better and he had his presence out there and he shakes over. The room walks into a room. And it's like all eyes on me. Yeah and obviously also is over the top motivational speaker. Who constantly remind other characters that he lived down van down by the river. I am thirty five years old. I am Dougal worst and I live in a van down by the river so he was like that whole character he brought from second city and Shit which I think is pretty funny and he had that characters pocket for a while and then they were like where they're talking about even the documentary that we've watched this is like talking about like you know. He had some. He wanted to try a long time to me. Please use it on. Who is that girl again to Kristen Wig? I think now I wasn't Chris Wig fuck. I can't remember her name on my bad. Remember name either. Sorry you're not memorable but the name of the character was actually drawn from real life friend of during a troubled time who lives in a van near the river. Funny thing is this guy. Actually name was Matt Foley. She is now a priest so I thought he was always a priest. No I don't know why would you be living down? I Y Y you're not living in the church. I guess that sounds like a better place. To live. Offscreen Farley was known for his pranks in the office of Saturday night live Sandler and Farley would make late night prank phone calls from. Snl offices in the Rockefeller Center was Rockefeller Center with Sandler. Speaking in an old woman's voice in Farley farting into the phone and cars from a limousine. That's pretty fucking jokes. Actually not going away. We can all say Saturday. He had like energy about honestly. So exhilarating Chechnya I. This might be bad. I find a lot of like fatter. People have what the fuck was that. My doorbell sound like somebody died. Well this is crazy like we're talking about like how we use. Mooning cars out the window of defecated out of a window. That's so like there's no way would actually go on the road that would smear through the side of the car so fast your asset ahead to be hanging out so far is such a big guy. There's no way of fully fits through the window. No he did ass up out. The top of the window limousine winnow pooing through Sunday downwards. That call again changed every podcast. So it's called when you through someone sunroof again. The name for he also was known to frequently get naked and do various stunts for laughs. Like Mike Myers said on the documentary. How he's like Mike Myers? I don't know why but I always shower it at the studio and every week I forgot but every time I did Chris would come in with his Dick tuck between his legs and like Michael. I love you which I think it's pretty funny on Milady. I'm elite Chris. Rock once claim that he probably saw Farley's private parts more than Farley. Farley's girlfriend did Sandler Toll Conan O'Brien on the tonight show that. Nbc fired him and Farley from the show in nineteen ninety five which is like I guess. Outrageous he got he got fired from SNL. I thought he just moved on now. Get FIRED ADAM. Sandler did well. Maybe they both at the same time. I didn't know he like. Why did Sandler get fired? You know that is is Jewish. Yeah good chance just joking during his time when SNL Farley appears Jewish listeners during the time when asked Noah wyle appeared in comedy films Wayne's world cone heads airheads and Billy Madison Code heads at airheads. Airheads was before Brandon. Frazier fucking. Let himself go. I liked. I liked the bus drivers. And he's like degrees and he's going fucking like how will sanders laughing? They'd like we don't even know why he did. Secure fucking red leg at so funny. His first two major films were co starred with his fellow. Snl SNL colleague and close friend. David Spade Billy Kirby together the made the film's Tommy Boy. I mean tell you why I suck as a salesman. Let's say I go into some guy's office. Let's say he's even remotely interested in buying something. Well then I get all excited. I'm Joe Joe. The idiot circus boy with a pretty new pet. The pet is my possible sale. Oh my pretty little pet. I love you so a stroke. It had it then is in love my little naughty fat your body and I take my naughty. I killed it like man. He's got to be one of my favorite movies of all time. Have you ever comedy movies of all time for a show? It's so ron peer and not like actually like just straight up just a funny dude playing himself which makes it that much. Better one also. We obviously have you know black sheep it in do as well as time boy and they tried to identically as well But it was still a great movie off Shakes Towel. You're eighty nine me and he's like if you've never seen the movie he's like there's a log cabin there's like a bat and he's like they're trying to catch it. But he's like David spacious beating the Shannon Chris Farley underneath the blanket. It's fucking great. I did it did almost identically to tell me in the box office like any time now to date. It's at like thirty seven million a success and that was thirty domestic box office. Earning around thirty two point four. Yeah getting a large cult following on his. Hi Tommy Boys Gone. Up to thirty seven now but I think there's just people buying a car ferry. Yeah got a couple of extra mental. But yeah the two films established Farley as relatable bankable star and he was given the title role for Beverly Hills Ninja which finished in which finished in first place at the box office on. Its opening weekend. What did that did for you Farley? I don't know look that up but probably pretty good fuck drug and alcohol. Abuse Related Problem. Problems in interfered with harleys film. Work at this time is it worse really did thirty one point five so close but taking drugs and alcohol were kind of getting outrageous fearing with him and his film work life it all that. Shit and the production of his final film. Almost heroes was held up several times so far they could enter Rehab. Which makes me want to watch that movie and I do have it like I bought my playstation so I've never seen after I've never seen sooner when I was a kid or something so let's wash like sometime next weekend or something. We'll get together when recording before we watch the the after care about our plans. Tommaso date by daytime by time. You fucking psychopathic girlfriends. Yeah the wall. I will do that because I've only seen clips of it or see him. When I was younger I want to see it. Farley was originally cast as the voice of the title character in the movie Shrek he was supposed to play Shrek. No Way and there is. You can find on Youtube of him doing the voice. Oh my goddess strike like that would have been omb as it was going to hold it for movie men on him to play it. Yeah recording eighty five percent or ninety five percents according to some sources of the character's dialogue but digest for the recording was finished very sad a super sad because he would have done it and then they would put it out and then Mike Myers film his role. Eventually but why you could. Yeah you did it anyway. If he didn't die I guess you could still Detroit filmmakers felt could talking about Shrek right. Yeah Okay Yeah. There were some well. Yeah the filmmakers felt continuing the film with Farley's Farley would be bad taste so he did. He did that much. Almost ninety percent of the pretty much finished his job and then they're like nine. Never mind you're not Shrek anymore. We'll be st died. Oh that's what you mean. Okay so Shrek. Dialogue was re recorded by former S. No castrate Mike Myers. Who I thought fucking wrote. Shrek did eating like Jim. Carey's row and one thousand nine hundred six film. The Cable Guy was really tended for Farley. What I love Cable Cable Guy. No you know what honestly don't know Jim Carey better than I think farley would have. I don't know man Jim Carey's a fucking frankie like that's the case that is purely a stalker scheduling. Conflict conflicts forced him to decline. Which I'm so curious in an alternate universe to see what that would have been like honestly. I am curious. I'm totally curious to see what that would have been like. Yeah because I would have been interesting to see how his take on end up to Jim. Carey end up. Doing Farley stated to Farley was slated to appear in the third ghostbusters film which didn't happen until the women came in our he had a lot of fan at the time it is intended to be a new trio of ghostbusters. Taken on the over of the overpopulation. In Hell. So they're supposed to be like in house comes from the ground. Said that would have a need. I don't know what the future holds. Farley said all I know is I'm good today. Real good at the time hit this time I had this time. He was making six million dollar movie. Almost heroes according SNL writer Fred. Wolf one time in front of two hundred twenty or twenty five people in a very crowded writer's room mixed company women men Farley came in naked. He had his Dick. Tuck between his leg. He began doing Jayme Gum. I don't know who they are from. Sao Salinger the hill. Yeah I knew that. Is You know good bar. Who took a golf club and shoved in about three inches? Up his ASS homeboy. And then pull the golf club out and stirred to lick it. He wants to fuck was. Don't cocaine kids. That's not coke. Man That is Co. That's your brain going well into so we have beers whiskey time you gotta Pop that. Cork loader got some whiskey. Adam Sandler talked about what it was like to be a for dinner with Farley in the nineteen nineties. He said he would say you got that. T. Bone steak. Oh Yeah Okay. You do have and he would name. It's like it's like He. He'd named like six things you're like. Wow He's getting six things and then he would say okay. I'll also have two of those and he would always double down also cocoa Conan. O'brien added Chris. Farley love to eat to a degree I've never seen by any human being in my life. No one day also quoted that as what? I watched him. Eat Two t-bone steaks and eat them like dry rid. We thing in his mouth and just slid off the bone. Yes I will get you ginger. Be So again. We're talking about in documentary. We've watched in two thousand fifteen a documentary. I am Chris. Farley and Sarah Live Co Star. Mike Myers explained why the energetic comedian scared him to death. I'd improvise with Chris and I was scared to death because he had already knocked. Someone's tooth out and gave someone else a scar just for being so craigslist. From his anecdotes. It was so yeah. Yeah it was also revealed in the dock that Farley made at habit to surprise Myers in the shower fully nude as I mentioned funded by so fucking for the jokes. German time I did that. Grandma kicked me. Hope David Spade. Explain how what are the most memorable scenes from Tommy boy came out capable in? Chris was doing that bit to me at work. We shared an office. In Chris's desk was behind me. And he didn't really know how to write or read really kidding but he became bored. You See. He'd be Super Board obviously and he would say Davy turning around and I said this is fat guy in little coat. I'm not turning around. It's not funny more and he would say no I've got I've got a whole new thing. And then he would turn around and he would have him and his he would have David Spade Levi jacket on fat guy. Don't you give up on it? Fat Guy Little Cone and so when we did Tommy Boyd. We were looking for jokes and the scenes to make them better. We sided that was funny to us and may be funny to other people so you put on the fact a coat and the slaying which was not actually funny was not planted all and the Cote actually ripped on. Its own like that wasn't put in. It looks pretty look through Renton and he was actually legitimately fucking doing it. Which is like you actually ripped his fucking code. Well that was a super small coat. Not as big fucking dude. Don't do that guy a little a little that guy and bad guy a little gold. Oh my God how much I love that part in general it just shows Chris Farley's childlike nature in what he was kind of like as a person was he was like just a goofy guy that having finding ball in even though he did like a fuck enough drugs to kill a horse. You GotTa Watch out for your happy friends. Yeah especially you know. Don't you spend nine? He didn't do speedboat airspeed. Bob Bob a few of Farley's friends claim that that funny man. A few friends of Farley claimed that the funny man had been obsessed with licking things Chris Farley everywhere you went was licking everything Adam Sandler said on a late night. Show in two thousand fifteen. He went out for dinner at Wally. Joseph's like twenty of us. We're walking and talking to him as we go. He gets antsy. He's got to give him a minute. And then okay buddy and you just saw him run back one hundred and liquor mailbox and come running back feel like that was a lot of his coke addiction that he just had this energy and shit if you had enough money where he was probably doing it every day. Kinda ship though I mean and then you know I can't. I can't speak from my own experiences. Yes I feel like my. It's different towards me and other people. Yeah Yeah I had my own dealings with drugs and shit like that and it's just like I can get where that came from where you'd fuck. I D- I asked you back when I was working at restaurants and stuff and like you don't even try. It is the thing I did when I was a fucking ninety s kitchen that you don't fucking try because God knows if you're anything like like there's a lot of people with very dicta personalities as they have now I of course shit you quit everything like your fucking confined with or without it. I'm like no I fucking know what I'm right so give them also older now. Though back in the day I was always lucky that I didn't touch really hard shit till my early twenties and then I kind just say fuck. It was a teenager. Our it would've killed me like I was very addictive personality when I was a teenager. Do Crazy stuff that I probably shouldn't have done. It doesn't leave former Saturday night. Live writer also witness Farley. Odd Licking compulsion firsthand. He opened his wallet. It looked everything inside of it. The pictures the money he had. Oh my God I had to lick his own shoelaces tied him up. It was totally nuts. That's Crazy Joe. Weird thing to see. Never look everything now like it's a joke and then it probably became a habit it probably turned into a habit more than anything for the frequently sought help for addictions and drugs and alcohol. The first frequently statement the first of his his over seventeen stints in Rehab began in Nineteen ninety-one fucking Bourne. He just started in ninety one. He's going to rehab and that was after his us that was before. Snl put him into Rehab. No he was in he got. He's earned that's now in one thousand nine hundred ninety pitcher that they're obviously with like they're like what the fuck man you gotta go somewhere. He's a fat Guyanese energy so it's like his college friend. Pat Fan explain for all these battle with addiction. He did everything to excess and when it came to drinking in other stuff he caught in a world he got caught in a world. He couldn't get out because he did have an addictive personality. In it's bad it's dangerous and also because Chris Farley was totally obsessed with John Belushi like another brilliant comedian who struggle with drugs now call in weight management and John. Belushi died in hotel because of a speed ball doing speed balls. Not Heroin and cocaine. Yes it is. It's not a speed balls cocaine and morphine all right. Well I will look into that but I'm pretty sure that's it's heroin and cocaine but I'm pretty sure we'll sodomy all over again. I know he's looking at but I knew something I'm hundred place. I know that John Belushi had cocaine here when INA system when he died. I know that for a fact that that's how he died. Farley asked about whether Oh shit. Wow this is rare. Were both right. Speed ball or powerball is a mixture of cocaine a stimulant with heroin or morphine. And I was like I know I know him with morphine but yeah no. That's how with the morphine version of the damn. That's fucked. I've never. I never thought you'd actually get one of those. I'll give it to you. Got One right. Tom Harley was asked about whether he was trying to be like is here during the interview with the Rolling Stone. Left test. You said I don't know I don't know he said I never met the man. Maybe I tried to be but I don't think so anyway. I'm fatter than him now. Did you know that he died at my age this year at thirty three yeah March Fifth Nineteen? Eighty two the writer. Eric Hedge Guard noted. He looked as though he was saying that when he looked as though he was saying that when the clock finally ticked passes thirty four th birthday than all of his Belushi nonsense would fade away because he would outlive the man and finally he would be out there all on his own. And it's sad that he John Belushi so fucking much that he wanted. Die Fucking Asia. John Belushi died at and also thirty. Three is a very masonic crazy number thirty three degree. Masonry wash it. It's interesting like that. The he worshiped him so much that he ended up killing himself to be like him or was that actually carrying himself. I know I think no no. No no way. He didn't write a suicide now. No he wasn't killing himself that he he think he would have gone and done ten more times but the thing is that it was just enough for him. Gone and done it. Gone and done coke and drugs and a the thing is that this was his last shot and a big heart can only last so long especially that big especially on drugs. Like that's what I love. Adam sandlers breezy. Adam sandlers comment about him. He looked at him. And he's like you can either be fat or a drug addict. He's like you're not allowed to be fucking ridiculous and it's like I think I don't know maybe an alternate universe of Buchan. John Belushi never existed. But Chris Farley daily Christopher John Belushi they toil yet not he idolized. Somebody didn't even representative and he didn't take anything and it's like why did he stands such an odd idle. Usually when you idolize someone that huge like you. Even if you're not doing it on purpose accidentally copy their style and another no yes yes a little love bill bill. The ill bill to explode in the name of that is Jordan Jay. No To be honest that was you when we were looking at Swish. La and you just want me to stop talking ripped Ilyas fucking love of God no for today. We'll be fresh. Stop talking about the God. Damn Gillians is if I really wanted to do. Pretty Good Chris Farley impression. I've watched so much of his ship man like I think I could do it if I really got loud. That's a full head and body. I think but this is crazy. Like so when we get to his death or getting into close now but in the days before his death he was drinking at a bar called crow bar and at a bar called Karma at the cheesecake factory at the hunt club. He's very he's again. I'll go here in the night. Go over go where he did. A Wolf Jackman Wolf Dj Wolfman Jack Impressions. I don't know who Wolfman Jack Is. Why did why do I WANNA say Wolverine? So do I what I was going to the research I was like Wolfman Jack Jack Wolfman Jack Jonah Robert Smith also is an American disc jockey. Oh famous first gravelly voice. He credited his success saying kept the me in the potatoes on the table. For years of Wolf men and Wolf woman and a couple of shots of whisky helps it. Nice raspy sound. Maybe Terry one of the interest. Yeah I knew a disc jockey is Dick Jockeys right. Se Fuck. You won't see disc jockey fucking Jimmy savant so you didn't Jimmy Saddler Cheval. We'll make it into him. But he's the one that got a bunch of kids so the queen could fuck them or not the queen but let people in the royal family. And that's another episode CAGE SEASON. He lets strippers drape themselves over his body. He arrived at the hunt club with his brother John. And it's like John. Talks a lot in the documentary that he's in and about his life and stuff and his addiction since rebels. But like I don't know I would've pushed him away more to be sober like it doesn't seem like his brother feels bad and all the ship. It seems like you. Should you know what you can you? Can you can do it. You're GonNa do you strapped into a chair and you just don't let him eat for fucking a week. People are going to do what? They WANNA. Do you break as restraints? Look at that fucking feverishly blocking my God. The Buck and deers in the car. Chris Rossouw of Maj. Holy Shit. Tom Fuck out the deers like in the car. Losing it he said to a waitress farley did hey pretty lady can you give me an apartment. Jack and coke. Oh he he looked really bad. The waitress said later on Tuesday. He reportedly reportedly paid in an erotic dancer. Named three hundred dollars to come to his pad and give him a lap dance he drank vodka and OJ. The girl danced. He seemed disoriented and unstable and he had been on a bender for days and this is sad. He went all around Chicago at the time and he was on a bender fucking days and that's why I said that. Maybe he wanted to kill himself. Yeah it was almost like a through four days bender when he and Donna. That's not that's not what that means folded closure. I've done those days. No but what would. He does a weekend half. That's fine but I'm saying that he's he's saying that he's went. He like He. He seemed like just WanNa push himself to the edge and see if he was going to die or not because what that is is was for him. You know why that isn't I want it. I'm going to keep doing it and ask anybody that. Saw process doesn't go. I agree I've also done a lot of research on Chris Farley over the years and I know that he was very depressive time at this point and he was he was talking to a very dark shit documentary watch would go from like Super Happy Guy but then after twelve o'clock at night he would switch this dark side where he would joke about funny ship blossom into really dark shit like because he gets way to kill that hooker over there. You know what I could probably bail the cops. Because I'm Chris Botti Shaikh bad. Yeah that's not a quote planet. Hollywood opening in Indianapolis Chris Farley sweating profusely grossly overweight in acting. Completely out of it was hamming it up with the crowd by dosing himself in the bottle of milk at least one friend of something on the table. There's one friend of Farley saw nothing amusing about his sloppy spectacular. Get off me down. He pulled the actor aside and said. Hey you gotta take it easy folly. Flash ONE OF HIS TRADEMARKS NAUGHTY boy. Grins one of those. No one can see Sterno. Billy for couple of seconds and then uttered the ultimate Hollywood cliche. I WanNa live fast and die young. He knew he wanted. He added sometime coming in shed. On December Eighteenth Chris Farley. Got His wish he was found. Dead Initia- Kaga heartbreaking living just binging just before Christmas. Then that's so heartbreaking to your family when I am dead and if passed on to the next world I want you to lower me from these gallows and guess my Harry Potter Smile S and that was kind of his personality like and he's so lovable. I know lovable tummy. I Love Harley. So hurried into this. Farley seemed to equally addicted to drugs to try and clean up his life at the same time. Though he passed two years in the past two years he went in and out of Rehab Seventeen Times. How long's Rehab isn't we have a month should be about that. Yeah so ninety days usually okay. What if it's ninety days? That pretty much equals two years. So let's say thirty days thirty days that's a year and a urine five months out of two years. You were inside Rehab. Thirty days is a month. That's what I just said. Okay so you said in the past two years he was in and out of Rehab Seventeen Times thirty days. That's a year and five months in far these goods attitude year. We're merely the calm before the storm. According to Seeley I don't know who he is and other acquaintances who saw Farley. During his final days the actor became a big win to down spiral on December fourteenth. He was manically hopscotched through Chicago. Bars like I said he went through Chicago a lot. Consuming large quantities of drugs alcohol and fraternizing with a series of party. Girl's talking scary men scary to think of how I like. Eye Shadow guys. This is a showtime be cleaned honestly. It's hard it's hard life so far. We south of debauchery behavior began downtown. Chicago club Carmo when he raised out until two am afterwards. The party moved to Farley's apartment. On Tuesday December Sixteenth Farley blew off plans to get a haircut instead. Got a three hundred per hour. Call girl named ought him as we've said before autumn three hundred dollars per hour is I feel. I feel like I've heard of that. He was making nine away key. You're at some dudes house for fucking two hours six hundred dollars in your fucking pocket. That is new. That's our leads that he spent the she's spend the afternoon with Farley. He claimed I called from his home around eight thirty am she says the comedian. Who WERE SMOKING? Pot and drinking screwdrivers screwdrivers screwdrivers was a screwdriver. Qna Do you know the vodka? Orange juice nailed. It seemed to be more interested in scoring cocaine than her services. I don't think he knew what he wanted. She says he just tell me he was on a rampage. He just kept bouncing from room to room. He spent his last day on December Seventeenth Nineteen ninety-seven primarily with a hooker named Heidi the fucking bitch in. Heidi I fucking hate this. You hide you throw his broke. No she she fucking left for dead. We'll find out safe shit. Seems he was really into hookers. Hardy the hooker. Heidi Hooker was hired for fire. Heidi Heidi so get this full. Fuck whoever Farley's friend was that hired her for two grand. She joined him. She joined Farley at a party in Lincoln in Chicago. Girl Man. Yeah it makes so much money you have your fucking orifices all find really ever. I don't think he was already at eleven. Am and there are plenty of drugs at this party. Later that day Farley accompanied Heidi back to her apartment where they continue SM- smoke crack and snort heroin. Chris claimed he had been up for forty straight without sleep. That can kill you. In general they tried unsuccessfully to have sex but obviously Chris couldn't why you're you're off brain stuff you're horny but you just can't do it. There's nothing like well if you're I don't know sometimes you get yourself into it though galaxy the fuck did Tommy boy do not actually going to show you. Then add eleven. Pm Kristin Heidi returned Chris's apartment in hand caq the Hancock building. She was growing angrily. Because Chris wasn't GonNa pay her but Chris continue to clean this friend and was supposed to pay her. Reportedly tried to have sex again and again and we're unsuccessful so finally at three. Am She left? His apartment. Farley was so inebriated he collapsed about ten feet from the door as Heidi exited. How do you claim she could hear that? He was experienced labored breathing. So she's a piece of shit percents being fucked. He's going to die and he said don't leave me I could. Wow it's amazing to omit something like that here zooming. He had finally passed out. She took a photograph of him lying on the floor and then left. We will post flunkies photo of him. We walk back in so she left. She heard him say that she opened the door. And I took a picture There is a lot of blame on her part for leaving him. And I said this I was at a Work Party before I came to record this and I said that to another bill a guy love and fucking cheating on older guys got long while Cutie. You're cheating on me with an older guy but our fucking he said to him. I was like if it wasn't for fucking her. He could probably still be alive even if she were to call the cops and be like this guy to collapse Chris Farley and the actual collapse and then run out they would have been there in time for special fucking fast he probably would have survived a lot of people blame her for his death in general and as a close friend if. I was Sandler if I was Mike. Myers I might blame her because I was like sure. Blame her but really the very sad. Q This What was going to be no? The Risk Farley was discovered the next afternoon by his own brother John heartbreak so fucking if I walked in and one of my brothers were dead like beds. I honestly I don't. I don't know if I'd live like that. That's the end of my life. Man That's heartbreaking versus body was still lying there just ten feet from the door clad in Pajama bottoms and button-down white t shirt. That was unbuttoned his hand. He was clutching a baseball cap in Rosary. Beads man this fucking. Why do they have those things though he had he? I guarantee base Garin baseball CAP. Probably that he had close to him that he was holding his heart and then clutching that but I have a feeling that he he had consciousness for a couple minutes and then grabbed rosary beads and started praying in his head. And and that's like this is going to get pretty sad. He was he was bleeding from his nose and fluid was coming out. A white frothy foam was coming from his mouth. Sean immediately called nine one. One Chicago. Firefighters received the call just at the two PM. Farley was pronounced dead at the seen by the paramedics he. He was thirty three years old the same age dom Belushi upon his ultimate. Very sad and are we will oppose these pictures to strange. Podcast grew page on facebook and instagram. Strange Brew Canada and Facebook. Strange we can all do a sensitivity thing. Because I'm going to post is pictures of him dead. That's what really disturbed me is looking at him. Lying there blood coming out of his nose and how disturbing it really is to see someone. I loved throughout my childhood looking like that in that he let himself do this to himself. Essentially I wasn't too much of your childhood. So accidental Burr ffynnon cocaine intoxication. Don't even acknowledge. Some reports say that. The search of his apartment failed any illegal narcotics but many prescription drugs were found but others reports. This bottles of booze both emptied half-full were thrown around the apartment as begs of suspicious white powder and they couldn't test that to realize that there's probably coqui like on the fact. They're like well they did. They ended up twenty-six whiskey. We got a beard share but he had bottles of booze around. So he's and then plus doing coke. Coke does help you drink a little longer. Fucking a significant but the fact that he was probably just like you get so you're probably blackout all the time. Not really known what he was doing instead after failed attempts to save Chris. Because he was fucking dead. Anyways Chris's body was immediately taken to the county medical examiner where he was given. An autopsy and tissue samples were sent to the laboratory for the toxicology testing. When the lab results were revealed his death was ruled an accident. Farley died of an opiate and cocaine. Intoxication is death was determined to be an accident. There were other drugs system that were ruled to not be contributed to his death k. Obviously marijuana morphine could be in PROZAC could be no. That's what it was. It was a speedboat morphine. Coast arguing that. We're going to leave you on on some awesome. Yeah we'll even your man. I'm sick of talking about we're drinking. We're getting a motion. I mean I know a lot of you. Want some quotes by Chris Farley. I've a tendency towards the pleasures of the flesh. It's a battle for me as far as weight and things like that but I'm curbing them but I continue do comedy in those two. Don't mix so I try to fight those demons. He was funding demons. His whole life is a his overweight the fact that he had to be funny guy fat fall down four down. I fall down. I is self image of themselves just tainted. Yeah and he saw himself as a piece of Shit Times which is very sad so stop making fun of my weight. Even though. I'm not even close folk you Tom. I'm like fuck. It fit in both legs and Chris Farley pants and also another one isolated. Make it serious. You know. I'm kidding. I used to think I used to think that you could get a level of success. Sess with the laws of the universe didn't imply but they do it still life on life's terms not on a movie stars terms. I still have to work at relationships and I still have to work on my weight in some of my other demons. Nettie trying trying. You tried for so long. We Love You Chris. Farley this wellness for you. Hope you're hearing wake you gotta do to get huts. Break you from it breaking from Franken down. Because that's billy is fun factor. I feel like a lot of new but I'm not sure so I'm just going to say it anyway. Coca Cola originally contained an estimated of nine milligrams of cocaine per serving but has been banned since nineteen ninety three ninety nine milligrams so I wanna know cocaine so like how. When did COCA COLA START EARLY? Eighteen hundreds how fucked today's fizzy pop. To look it up. I want okay. We will look that up but I had a second part I. It's it's weird. I don't I don't know why this exactly is but men nine times out of ten or more addicted to coke them. Women are weird and I'm surprised with that because you know as women doing. I'm doing coke head. Girls there have been but the physical attributes of meeting it is more prominent have more addictive personalities than women. I get that women are women but I'm saying that surprisingly because they girls like that you'd think about like they don't have to get something horrid and coke can help like your sexual and Ambitions Carlin. Never Mind Shit. I lied I thought I thought Coco was around since the early eighteen hundreds. They they were doing it for about ten years with actual coke so they started in eighteen. Ninety Two's called Coke Cola eighteen ninety two and the Vanden. Oh two that's crazy and it was called coke because cocaine a cooler. So you got your call wearing came from fucking sad episode. But also find. I Love Chris Farley. You know Pray to Satan for him. But I think he's in a good place and there is a weird guy. Go spock session where he used some ghost equipment one of the ones that were bred. Certain sounds and I swear to God I should play this clip but you can distinctly crystal rallies or something like that on Youtube where you can distinctly hear his voice say like I'm okay like it's okay and he's coming through like a ghost box that I have but the guy's a better one and he's like he's in this guy's pretty legit and stuff and he's a case. Let's let's re news like goes pucks go. Sparks is the one I have. It's radio frequencies it's like ten and it's like saying that goes through talking yet. It's like a goes through hundred radio radio stations in a second. Okay so it's so fast. It's impossible for another station. Actually come in and have a longer sentence or something like that. Obviously myself and I've literally heard I was like say my name say my name same name same name but any would say Thomasson Newman. It's impossible for it to carry a long no fighting and since you know dead. New I shall have batteries for it but I learned sidewalk twice and the exact same female voice Thomas and then doing myself and then mentioned my stepbrother. Peter When boards and stuff like that and like I was introducing to Ouija boards was. I probably shouldn't have done. We played his buddy's house. We wouldn't work unless my hands on it. So whatever's catching me because it was my Ouija board so I do believe wasn't my mind moving it. I've done myself. Yeah we episode go back listen to it but the fuck Jackson but the fact that has to the fact that I know enough about it but like and then we were playing those spear blocks and then is things are talking when I touched it and then I heard say Thomas and the exact same fucking female voice are heard before and Thomas in like a deep male voice survey all done johnny playing that now. So we love you Chris Farley. Ww DOT strange. Podcast look us up on our website. And what's coming up with? What's coming up next episode? What's coming up after? Oh Billy's got a new song blue balls or so gloomy returning Topa Brad. We do do a song after every episode every one every single except when Tom Outsource Bee's thirteen thirty three every episode of you go back up to like the tenth episode. There's some we didn't ever Attitu- started doing it. But there's a lot of old songs that I've done. Billy's done. Sins of weird. Listen to the lyrics lyrics. His actual talents rates took root strange brew facebook pages to Ram. Listen Chris Farley. I love you sh- just like that to all the fight back at school but I took a night class new Capri to destroy fast and talk trash auto broker having another bucket that you thought was written off all the precaution long enough to become never going down. That Road Kim Abode Joe went through this pain. Grow the range. No I don't think so. Richard Pizza. I'm sick of the rough persistence. You Suck Dick gave you think. I'm not good enough since sue the shit relentless now. None of Franson even fathom this vision instilled with not just stop to Jane Bouncing off the ring. Got Involved with that. I really don't think it'll take more than one point. Thank you could swing at me. Get away clean up the League you throwing at me get away clean up straight as an Arrow sneaking outside trying to take on three four five. What's up step totalwine? We'll see where it goes. Pick apart line-by-line. Any single one of those songs. You broke Andy night time so come on. Step up to partial. Can't shut your mouth to go. The distance the sue this shit lesbian now. None of my friends and even fathom the vision of instilled with not coast fucking W. W. Plan like divine intervention. Something to keep you in the section Steve McKee Button when the Bedford truck and number resettled wind down bedridden oppression faith down on the couch with cocaine addiction and this is something that. I found some to believe that I found myself to be to lookout Nouvelle Berlin. Bellsouth need helps you handle life? No Way Jose ever get go down okay by how to do with the PUCK. Do that you do but your plans to lose. You can't fill your shoes so I guess you're just stock. It closed at blue notes off topic distance pursued this ship relentless but now none of my friends can even fathom this vision and still with not just James on bouncing off. But the ray blue balls.

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171 - Watch or Not: Just Say No

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

45:14 min | 3 months ago

171 - Watch or Not: Just Say No

"Romain and george chen and you are listening to. This is a show. You're listening to a show about documentaries. Run by two comedians. that's me and poco and sometimes we have guests but sometimes we just talk about documentaries. We've seen And tell you whether we like them or not. That is right. well you know. I just watch the chris farley documentary on youtube which was made by the biography channel And it's really good. It's actually it's called chris farley anything for a laugh the full documentaries on youtube it's free My friend who's a gigantic chris. farley fan More so than i. Actually chris. Farley is not my favorite. Snl player I love him. Fill top phil hartmann phil hartman's got to be one of the one of the goat. The goat he's the goat. The man's the goat. He is the goat of all goats. They called them the glue for a reason because he could have any even in the shittiest sketch he could hold it together. You can make it funny. How do you feel like who do you feel like is do you feel. Keenan has is is a bear. Modern version of phil hartmann. It's been there for the longest at this point right. Twenty plus years. I think a hit twenty years. Oh my god. I think so. That's anybody's done it. That's more than lord knows. he's been there longer than lauren. No keenan does what keenan does. And it's brilliant and amazing but he's not quite the phil hartmann straight guy. Keenan has a tendency to get big and broad. You know where. I never really did like big and broad that much fills definitely more versatile. Like you could definitely say keenan's like he's very good at reacting to things the best reactors. Oh yeah he history. He's he's brilliant. But i feel like phil hartmann was able to do. Because i've been in sketches where i had to play kind of a secondary character. And you don't get all the lines but you still want to have some impact on the sketch and there was no one better than phil hartmann to not pull focused from the main characters but also to be an element ryo in the sketch. And there's just like no one better than phil hartmann. I just love his style. I love is is. He just brought so much elegance to everything. Aykroyd two point. Oh you know. You're very elegant. Dan ackroyd talking. About how elegant echo. Yeah it's no. I know what you mean you mean. Yeah well people used to talk about how aykroyd was like a genius like he's super smart and he just knew everything. The guy knew everything. And i kind of thing from phil hartmann. Just seemed like he kind of understood all the elements of comedy. You know i love phil hartmann. Is i like chris farley to i think though if for younger people growing up with as now. Let's say you're like in the year. Ten eleven twelve thirteen watching chris farley in the nineties i think he would have had a bigger impact if i hadn't been younger than To me was just kind of like. he's so broad. It was so big. i don't. It's not my favorite kind of comedy. But certainly like interested in chris farley so i sat and watched this doc and it's really well made. It's really good. I was really surprised because it doesn't gloss over the drug stuff you know does not like bypass the drug use. And the like insane amount of pressure he put on himself and the obvious desire to emily emulate belushi who is his hero. You know. so it's it's a really it's a really well made doc As got lots of great footage is like a lot of the scenes are tied together between his three brothers who are in a restaurant and just talking about him as a kid and his love of his dad always trying to make his dad laugh. You know So that was really interesting. And i kind of i just listened to the jim carey interview on mark marines w t.f podcast and there's so many weird similarities. I wrote the other day on twitter. I'm like to be a good comedian. You need one parent that is either physically or mentally hurt you know you had you had almost had to grow up with at least one parent that was like hurt mentally or physically to be funny because like a lot of comics where like watch mid dance. You know like. I'll make you laugh. Like i am the comic relief you know so i i feel like chris had the and yeah. So if you're a fan of chris farley. Are you a fan of chris farley. I would say. I think age age wise demographic wise. Maybe i was very aware of him. I guess i was maybe more. Yeah that was. An error is like sandler farley. Spade chris rock's on the early side of that eye early side. Yeah but that is fair. All kind of came in a little later. We farrell's i think the tail end of all that crew but yeah i definitely like a peak as l. time for me. I love was the most famous one of his most famous things. The matt foley van down by the river so classic but yeah. I'm not generally so into physical comedy. I did like a lot of british comedy which is very broad also and it has like. There's like sort of like these weird weird economy that british comedy. Because you think like being like it's like oh kind of drawing room in like clever and witty and then also just like benny hill right just like write a whole thing the whole gamut but even money monty python did a lot of physical. I f. yeah i was. I was a big money python head so that would be same. maybe more. but there's not. There's not a big guy in monty python realized that. That's a minority element. There isn't there is not but once in a while they would put on a fat suit you know but no they didn't have the big fat guy thing which it might be just uniquely american. You know yeah yeah. Yeah i'm sure like there is i- farley other documentary about farley brett hodgson i'm looking. I'm looking biography. Biographies got a ton of documentaries. That are from demography dot com. I didn't know much about biography. Dot com one of the more twentieth century examples on here. It's even like well. Let's talk about underground bell or you know confucius yeah You go to their website. I mean they're youtube channel. There's a ton. Yeah it's just funny that. It's like like mark twain and margaret thatcher and then like oh chris farley entertainers on here but i guess you get the most actual footage from like if you're going to talk about someone from like the sixteen hundreds. Yeah it's cool. You don't have too many choices. Yeah that's what's cool about this. Chris farley doctors tons of footage from him from second city which is pretty awesome pretty awesome. Yeah because Have you seen anything about del. Close have you seen a close documentary. I feel like there's little close like videos around floating around the internet. I don't know if i've ever seen a close doc. But i do know like he was just so fucking huge in that in improv and in the second city life you know. Joyce sloane is like the matriarch of second city she reducer is the producer of all most of their shows. She worked at second city for years. And when i first moved out here i dated a girl who's from chicago and she's like you're so funny and i was like thank you and she's like you should be in second city and i was like i don't know how that would happen. She's my mom's best. Friend is joyce sloane and if i like i will tell her on your behalf. She's like aunt joyce basically and was like and she's like. I will just tell her that you should be in second city. That will probably work. And i was like no no. Thanks another ridiculously stupid move. I've made in my long on storied comedy career. But yeah but she was like. She called her aunt joyce to her. And i was like no. That's not use personal connections. That doesn't happen in the. You're like i'm going to follow the rules. I was so dumb back then man. So i don't even know this story but i got asked by brixton in grade. You know burleson and gray. The i mean i know i know that they are producers right that they did a bunch of tv shows. Yeah tons of tv shows and movies. I mean they are the production company behind saturday night. Live they help. Bernie burstein in nineteen seventy five help launch. Snl with lorne michaels. They did everything they were. Every the biggest comedy stars in the world they were. They're rep and in nineteen ninety eight or ninety nine. I got asked. If i wanted to be represented by burleson and gray and i told them no i was like i am a underground guerrilla comedy video making and i literally said no to them and then i yeah and when i was working at home records at the time in san francisco and telling my this story and he was like you should probably reconsider that they are huge. So i wrote the guy back and i was like you have a website that i can go to actually check you guys out and rollback do they email you. How did they get a hold of you. The emailed me through my website. Because at that time i had a really popular website called frieder media and me and my buddies were making comedy videos in ninety seven. Ninety eight ninety nine when nobody had websites. We had fully functional. My buddy david is a genius in. He helped basically invent flash animation in the minds. Yeah here in san francisco so our website had flash animation and moving parts and pop out pop outs with that. You could watch videos and stuff on so it looked super professional and it became kind of popular because we were part of channel one. Oh one remember that. Oh yes it's yeah. We're going old school now. That's like i think. Thin like dan harmon come on channel one. Oh one like all he did and so on the one soda tenacious d. That's reject black. I got really noticed. you know And so we would send our videos to channel one on one and we got pretty popular on that and then can help our website. I think we're looking for the new kind of like comedy stars video like they were making their own videos this way pre years before you do it through my website frieder media they sent me an email and i still remember the agent's name his name is jay hana j. h. a. And a j hana and he said hey love your videos love what you guys are doing. Do you wanna be rep. Would you want to be represented by braxton and grave and i wrote back. No we're a guerilla communist theater weird thing for you. We're to pont for you. Yeah and then my boss. Who's okay so my boss at home records. His brother ran the punchline. So jim cornet ran the punch. My boss was john cornet and we went to the punchline. We would go to punch. And every friday night after work and go see like mitch. Hedberg david talent purchaser neil. And and that's how. I found out about brixton gray. Because i was telling my boss. His brother sat down with us. And heard me say that. I just turned down burston gray. And he's like you should probably rethink that. And so then i send them back an email saying hey yo. Do you have a website. And he goes if you have to ask. We're not interested about so that was it. That was basically it so god that was the end of that. This reminds me of this story. That i could tell plead not quite the same pocket that but i was in high school and there was a contest where the local paper which is a pretty big paper. You know a sizable in san jose agreement. Yeah the mercury. Not just saying they wanted to hire movie. Critics like teenage movie critics. Why decided to write a review of a movie. I had not seen then. I got it. I think they got what was the movie is a long time ago. Four or five people. I think got it and then like we'd love for you to be. One of the critics are team critics. And i also was a fucking dick and just like. Hey guess what assholes hiding even watching a movie. That's how some fucking move. You said and now like ace and it's like many many years later i'm just like oh. I wish i was known for my film opinions. The way i yeah Just like i totally. We both shot ourselves in the good or being dumb asses in the industry we ended up being in basically and loving and everything else. That is so fucking funny for no reason for no reason no reason when i think about it now like i didn't that i made no point to anyone. No point one person who got well. This guy is blacklisted. Forever from the to me. Yeah i was like what what. I tried to become a critic for years after that and and think about the fact that like i would have a total leg up if i had gone into college with like some tips. Yeah maybe under my belt you might have actually. Oh my god george. That's hilarious reset art. Do you ever do you have any other self sabotage giant self sabotage moments. you know. it's it's very not unique to just creative types but it's very much a creative type thing to do In our friend pete haas. Who's been on the show who started bunch tech stuff and starting gadget and then the venture capital world now like when he started and gadget. I was like living in like a two bedroom house with seven people in oakland and he just like. Hey would you wanna like review like tech gadgets. And just like. I don't think i know how to do that. I i just record reviews. I'm like look. If if i if i if you're listening i regret not. That's hilarious. What do i know about us. Re write music review. i. I had like a laptop. That was the very old. I had a cat scratching post. I just used. I just sat on my bed a mattress on the floor and like type mike in the three by five floppy disk into the computer that was like sitting on a cat scratch post and just like what right do i have to like. Write judge a blackberry. My right right right. Yeah yeah exactly. What right do you have your. You would be an imposter dude. Imposter syndrome is the fucking worst. I don't know why as creative types have that so much but we all do like we both did the self sabotage where like it was the opposite imposter syndrome. It's like it's like we're the real thing and you're not a real thing to like legit people right Yeah exactly how dare you you. And your extreme. And then i do remember going back and watching the larry sanders show is one of my all time. Tv shows and at the end. It's like produced by bursting in gray or burleson and great productions. And i was just like god damn it. Yeah i watched enough tv ninety two. I would've at least been like. I've seen that logo somewhere like. Yeah if you watch the sopranos or larry sanders show or snl. And god damn it. I did. I also did that. I got offered a job at youtube in two thousand and five that i turned down because i didn't want to take the bar to. That's why i turned down being a multimillionaire. Because i was too lazy bullet train. This is the thing that's insane. Look where we are now like like somehow managed to fail through many things and be okay. That's that's why i'm i. I one time. I really did want to write a one man show about how i got fired to to the point where i actually ended up doing what i wanted to do with my life. You know fired from jobs. I i hated and probably didn't wanna be in any ways. And i was going to call it fired up which is like fired up to the point. I finally got to do what i wanted to do. But it took me way too long to get to that point but yeah i know. It's kind of odd here. We are doing what we live on. A weekday right weekday should be working which is so which brings us back to chris farley because it just seemed that guy is just like destined. When i found out he died. I was like of course you know. Of course he did. And you picture that guy just like being a guy in your office like no like just like brought over the reports needed. Yeah yeah. I know this i remember when i when i Yeah i don't know i heard. I heard a couple of great stories from mcdonald about chris. Farley he in in. Chris apparently not extremely close but they work together a lot and like he would tell me just like there is no like chris. Farley was never not on it was just always on like that is draining man that will be. That's enough for the year. Like you know what any any of the fucking joint made me a little heroin. A lot of whiskey to settle down a couple hookers. You know self medicate. Yeah oh yeah self medicating. So anyways the chris farley documentary on youtube. You can check it out. I i liked it. I thought go to youtube dot com. That's where you're the place place like. Should've they wanted me to be the comedy content manager because two thousand and five like right when fucking lazy sunday. Yeah exactly. it's it's literally people. Don't remember but youtube used to have a front page and they would have just. It was anytime anyone uploaded a video. It would just end up on the front page in this. Scroll and so you could stop a video if you saw it. Kinda like tic toc is now you know i. It was just like this. Video was just uploaded. This video is just open. So what they want to do is have a sidebar where they had curated content and they were going to hire me to be the comedy content manager so i would just watch comedy videos and then put it into the sidebar of what to watch kind of thing do you do you feel like the lesson is just say yes to everything. Yeah of course. Yeah like you don't need to say no to things you can just be like i'll get back to you and but that's kind of a soft no in many ways. I think the saying that. I liked the most to say. Yes until you can afford to say no you know. Just keep saying yes to every opportunity and i finally did learn that like the job i have now. I did not know i was completely not quite qualified for the job i have now and i said yes because i was like i'll figure it out you know and now i've been there for many months. So yeah if you're my boss and you're listening to this. Don't listen to this. I was very qualified or donate to our patron out. Donate to our patriot. Good plug donate support us on patriot. You can go to patriotdepot dot com slash supp podcast and for just a dollar a month. You can get quality content like this for for a dollar a month. You can hear more about things that we messed up in our own. Lives where we're asking you for a dollar Oh man yeah also. Today is the fifteenth anniversary of one of my all time. Favorite not just documentaries but films which is the devil and daniel johnston. Yeah one of my all time. We're lucky enough to talk to jeff for a couple of months ago and actually he. There's something we got to follow up with him about. We had this little collaborative idea we do about the but maybe now that we're thinking about it. Yeah well we'll talk to him about just like some his top favourite docs to we. Were just gonna sit down and chat with him about like what he loved to watch but yeah he's a project that's Going to be out soon that we'll have them back. But yeah the devil and daniel johnson. That's still one of those dogs. Remember renting i remember watching in just being like Need to watch that immediately again. That was insane and I mean people like you. And i kind of of age in the nineties when daniel johnston i think he was i in my mind. He was huge. But i guess he wasn't but you know but we were around enough to see him in certain circles. It's sort of one of those things even as interesting hearing jeff talk about it. He's like oh yeah. In certain circles he was shit like it was just known. It's like yeah people just knew but like forget thousand. Small world is in general compared to the rest of the world. I know yeah. It is weird. 'cause you think just everybody must know but Yeah like going to ban was big in the nineties. And they must be they must be doing great and like you have a job you office job unite like making all this like college radio money right exactly have you seen anvil the anvil. Yeah we did. We did it episode on advil actually. Yeah we did and bill. Yeah oh yeah shit. I'm kind of forgetting. I'm getting old. You got the shot. You know i did. I did got the cova my second. My second shot yesterday my little. I am a little dizzy a little tired yesterday. I was really like moore. Did we have a guest for animal. Just you and i we know is just not yeah. He s sh messed gas mash. Who needs guests. You don't drink but it would be fun to do a episodes. You and i was some some drinks. You drunk to me being exactly the same thing. But it's like just reminds me of that beautiful sweet sad heroin lovely docked anvil the story of anvil. Because it's the same thing where like he's just like it opens up on him. I think putting bread into a bread van in talking about like yeah trying to get the band back together and going on tour and stuff. You know someone who come to accommodate under. Ceo's kilmartin said like the wrestler is the best movie about being a comedian. And i'm like also noise musician like it is also like no use any kind of like there's so much like the wrestler just captures like the bleakness of like life on the rue basically a starving artist especially. I can't imagine being trying to make it and be successful as a noise musician like that. I mean who who can you. Can you tell us about that is like okay. So we're the kings of noise so sick. I did the math on this myself at a certain point because i was doing this and i was like i'd never had really thought about what the bottom line meant and i kind of mapped it out. I'm like okay that means at the maximum there is maybe three hundred four hundred people in the world care about who you are and so if you do it tour that means you're gonna get hit a city and there might be five people that care about who you are. You could get a grant but then you live in america so probably not so then the next best thing to getting the things you can aspire to in that world. It'd be maybe like. Maybe i could get a residency somewhere. Which means that my rent is paid and i do stuff like one a friend of mine. Who is i. Guess one of the better known super prolific noise musicians eases like bought a house in ohio and left. La can afford now to just travel because he owns a house. Ohio and put out records and do whatever is a bunch of different john. We lease we w isi we drop in a little. Oh yeah right here yeah. Let's learn someone drop in essentially not an actual recording. I actually impressed from the pink album. No i'm pretty sure like i. I remember talking to johnnie. Like have you thought about applying for residency us. Like i don't know. I'm like yeah. I think that's probably the next thing you can do. A if you're not going to become like an act kids that kind of could you could go kind of like a couple of direction. This is not what people signed up for and also one of our patriots. Mike schiff late probably knows way more about this than me also lives in ohio. Elmich does but there there is like kind of like you're not gonna get streaming money from it. This is also like ten years ago. That was thinking about this. The most i'm like. I got to travel around europe doing this and i think that is the only real perk beyond just the doing it so yeah or you get into like sound design. Jonathan snipes is like you know. Does all these score israel like movies like the matrix with was riding asher you know like if you can dial it into like i also do sound design. I also do this but just purely the thing itself. Good luck. yeah yeah right. Yeah i mean. It's yeah that's i mean. That's so niche. That it's one of my really. Good friends brent. Goose site was an annoys ban in chicago and they actually were fairly. They're called pencil neck fairly successful but like even that like he had a move to milwaukee just to live somewhere even cheaper. Yeah keep it up. I mean i look like the streaming numbers for these nineties bands. And it's like you were like the thing like nine thousand nine hundred six and it's like eighteen listens on spotify. Yeah yeah yeah. of course. that's so weird. Let's so i also watched last chance. You which. I love love doc series man and this one a about a basketball team in east l. a. and that's also another great docs we. We have again are patriots fans involved in producing that. So that's something we could probably get someone to come on and talk about the production of last chance you. I would love it. This last one was really good. I really enjoyed it. And that's patriot dot com slash. Podcast love it. They wouldn't just be paying a dollar a month to hear us talk themselves right. Exactly you have to pay to be a guest. It's pay to play here ends up. Doc did you watch the billie eilish. Doc i have. I don't have apple all zappa. Plus everything's a plus now. I don't have a tv. I do not have. I mean you might not i have. I do actually have i. Don't get it for free but it's only four ninety nine a month. It's actually quite cheap. But it's actually that bad that Billie eilish documentary. I don't know anything about her. Yeah i thought for for a long time. I thought it was a guy from britain. So you know. I did like yeah So i didn't know but it was very very interesting to watch like it. She's seen and her brother like talk about like a lo fi writing duo. You know like they just chill in his bedroom and pretty sure they live in. I live in the same neighborhood as them. I believe okay kind of jason or the house. They grew up in. Yeah i don't. I know a little bit about the story because i remember when it was coming out okay. She's home schooled. Her brother makes beats. She's social media friends with all these other like rap people she grind of has become like the new goth. I feel like between her and phoebe producer. This new goth vibe going on for for tiktok gov. Yeah i mean she seems like talented and has done some nice stuff her in her with her fame as far as i can see right. You knew nothing about this situation. So do you follow zero. If i was kind of blowing up is that part of it it follows her blowing up. It's r- it's like literally shows her when she gets her first song on k. A. lx in la xl. You probably k. alex. You or i mean probably cakes you. It'd be played her. It had an accident. You call station that loyal. Mary matia yeah and she there's they they hear it and they're really excited to the point where she plays you know big festivals and stuff and it's really like it's not really about her. It's more about the creative process. Which i thought was really cool. I thought that was very very cool. It's really really awesome to watch and you see the like you know how much her brother's just like. It seems like some sort of crazy mastermind. You know yeah he definitely is sort of. He's he's making the songwriting money off a lot of that stuff too right. So like even if he's the producer. Yeah so speaking of which this is interesting to maybe to you. That's what this is about. It's interesting to george. Let's talk about in and and daniel johnson. No but i. I was teaching comedy commercial voiceover class and there's a new tiktok video of dot dot Jesus commercial on wanting to use it as an example of pace. Because it's like they're like europe pacemaker. French baker a difference maker. And i looked it up because i thought it was a really great well produced and dan deacon is the does the music for it. Okay oh shit. That's pretty cool. Yes i national tiktok ad. That's that's that's good. Bread dan. Deacon is the cutting edge of everything basically. I like dan and like my other friend luke. They're kind of like find themselves that this sort of what did they say. The intersection of technology and culture like yeah. We'll say you gotta be the that reminds me. This is sort of a side thing. I gotta shout out a podcast that i listen to sometimes which is friends matt. Holly called interdependence and they it's like patriot and podcast but they like forty minutes of it up on a public feed and that is another thing that this their music people that are also deepen tech stuff like holly's like stanford phd and stuff and matt like teaches a music industry school so like they always have really really interesting guests that are talking about like stuff in that served tech music space and they had this whole thing about i. Guess kinda kinda like i'm not really getting the whole. Nf demanding fungible tokyo like different uses of it. And it's pretty pretty. It's kind of hanging out with their friends and they have really interesting smart friends so hot gas to listen to. I don't know how overwhelming i mean. They feel like some of our audience would definitely get into it. Interdependence that's my plug. Since i didn't watch any new documentary since having to gate. That's the only thing. I've glitch right. I thought glitch a while ago and fingers crossed. We had running on the show before i'd love to have him back paco. Do you know anything about glitch in the matrix. I do not. Do you know about stimulation. Theory yes okay. So this is basically a history of simulation theory kind of partially the lens of like looking at philip k dick and okay of proponents of different forms of simulation theory and also just like it has a weird true crime angle to it and like ding like. There's a lot of animation. That was a lot of animation. So you've like cgi animation. You're going to end this topic. It's a perfect fit for the topic right like. Cgi fits the topic of simulation simulate. Most of the talking a lot of the talking head videos are fully. Like cgi over someone talking. Also like chris. Ware isn't it which i would not i was like. Whoa what and then someone who's like friends of friends of mine. Who i do not know but i always thought about maybe reaching out to her. We couldn't get rodney emily. Podcast isn't it. I don't know if that's how you say her name. But she's like a arts writer also academic person at berkeley but she writes the wire and stuff so she's in there as well cool. Do you know anyone who's a big simulation person. I have a couple of friends who are. Yeah yeah. I did interview a couple of years ago with this guy that has a youtube channel and he does mostly simulation stuff. You know very interesting. Yeah it's very interesting. I feel like if we get rain. Singer back on here is gonna have say about it. I would think so. Yeah it'd be awesome to get ryan back. Feel like didn't johnny pemberton's say something about the simulation where we're talking about the simulation with him. I don't remember but it would not surprise. Yeah it's it gets into a lot of even if you believe some aspects of it then it's sort of like a big question like what are ethics in a simulation worlds right like just because things might be a simulation. Does it mean you have to be a dick all the time. Like what they don't have to go hand-in-hand right. So i know where he running sort of indicated that they will be widely available for streaming at some point later in the year. Have no more details than that but glitch in the matrix. Yeah it was at film festivals. Believe it was at sundance. Yeah i m my bullets capsule review of. What's in the matrix and he and and if you wanna listen to our episode with rodney was like episode very early very early. Yeah we did The room to thirty seven and the nightmare. Yeah and the nightmare weirdly kind of also. This is almost like a redux of room to thirty seven. It's like a lot of humility theory. References the matrix. So there's a lot of like fan theories or just like people using the matrix kind of the lexicon of how to talk about simulation theory. I want to say the which house keys might be interviewed in this. I'm trying to remember. I think so. Yeah because i think true remember. I saw one of the white house skis interviewed in disclosure. I believe isn't even the film about trans rights. But yeah i think that's the last time i saw her in something so chris where also like an interview with because when you see inverse because we're like a video interviews where i've never. Yeah chris where fan by the way i. I don't know much about chris. Now and yeah i mean i i would say that somebody who thinks about comics similarly to away a computer programmer might think about a program like it's it's very such clean lines such clean design and also just like super like i remember being kind of flow charts to. I'm like i've also been really thinking a lot about comics again recently. I don't know why just like i'm like man. I used to love comics. I always thought. Maybe i'd get involved in comics and i never have really been part of the comics world. That's really. I was literally talking to a friend just two hours ago about this same subject matter. I collected a lot of things. When i was a kid but it did not collect comic books and i read them. I just never collected them. You know i was never really a dc marvel. Kind of guy like mad magazine and richie rich and shit like that. But you like you actually enjoyed richie rich. Because i've never like red original rich covic. Richie rich casper that style. That style i liked. I like that kinda shit. That company are field. Yeah mad magazine cracked you know all those. I enjoyed all those. But i never really. I do remember when i worked at the bookstore on haight street san francisco that we sold his. Chris wears like graphic novels. Yeah that sounds right. And it's very adjacent to like the whole mcsweeney in the right as well. Yeah yeah no i. I had an alternative comics followed alternative conway's for a while but i don't know if that's what they're called anymore. I don't think this is what they're called anymore. But graphic novels. Yeah i just come in dip in and out of it. But here's the thing is like what i realized also recently and this would not be another appeal of it. You is you realize like that's like where a lot of for movies and television comes from now. Right dead came out right. Comics company was. Is it dark darkness. And i was thinking about this. The other day didn't remember with coarser image. That did i might be wrong about both of those but yeah walking dead came out comics and yeah it was like it was a Series right. I mean it was like a graphic novel series. Yeah and i believe that invincible which is on amazon at the moment also came out of a comic book. It has the feel of a comic book. I believe Right so image comics and they were read at berkeley. I think for a while. I feel like the bay area had like a big comic graphic novel. Yeah moment you will comic gio. Did you ever go to comic relief in berkeley. This is going to tie into something. Yes i have been there. Yeah okay so the rumored. I always heard when i went there. And there's also like berkeley has a long alternative comics history We should do a comic sacremento. I realize there is one. That's on amazon but The genesis for cock bookstore guy. I always heard was the proprietor of of of the comic story berkeley Wow that's interesting. 'cause graining spent time in the bay in the bay area. I think so. We're to the point where it's like dowa such because he did like life in hell and he syndicated cartoonist. And so it's a small enough world. People knew that. So that's that's the rumored i was. I'm better as people in conflicts all over the country though that are like you know that's based on that there's probably a little bit. Yeah it isn't our type for sure. Yeah worst episode of subduction ever least amount of documentary content into well. We just wanted to start like something new. So i got my new computer. Finally got some re- the corning stuff to work. Yeah we're hopefully. We'll we'll be doing this more often. Where you and. I just have a chat during our souls about the failures of of. That's right. I mean if if you don't talk about the failures of show business you don't really have much because the successes of show business take up about five minutes for most people you know kid point going. That's also like also you talked to anyone who you think is successful. And they've got their version of those stories as well. That's the thing i realized is important. I'm like i can talk to someone like. Oh yeah i got. Cut out of that movie like what like. There's always. yeah orey. I always and even like like i said i was listening to the jim carey. We w t.f. and he left l. a. for two years and went back to canada and worked as a janitor because he didn't get past at the comedy store had a bad set and was like you know. Maybe i need to go rethink things. So i all jerry still was on. Tv when he was in his mid early twenties right. I think he was twenty one when he was on in living color. Yeah he was in this other show where he played a speaking of cartoons. He played an animator. I remember watching that show. Yeah i do not remember the name of the show. But it's like he was like he had a. He drew like cartoon ducks and he was kind of like. Oh he's a center of the show. It's kind of like a sitcom but it was like i think film even i think it's one of the really. I'm going to dig it up with a show notes. I also like was like when people get successful in middle age. That's always like those are like the best people those are the they appreciate it. They do intent to him all right. Totally appreciate whatever you on that. Let's say goodbye so watch. Docs let us know what you think. Hit us up at Sub dot podcast that gmail.com Supports patriae on Hit us up on twitter and instagram. Let us know what you're listening to let us know who. What docs we should be talking about. And if you have any guest ideas now offer pokka job. When one of three jobs he could be have offer me a job that i can turn down in a very dick ish way But george this was awesome so I'll talk to you soon hockey later.

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I Am Never Going To Financially Recover From This

The Ross Bolen Podcast

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I Am Never Going To Financially Recover From This

"The you back. Welcome back for episode two hundred eighty of the Ross Bohlin podcast otherwise known as rb two eighty presented by bowling media. I'm your host. Ross Bohlin and today I'm rolling Solo big time announcement coming to open the show in our first segment and then it's onto Some shit to help you relax. Laugh take a load off. Maybe learned something. It's time to forget about your troubles and settle in. They will have to drop a nuke on me to stop this show. I'm still here. You're still here and I've got great segments to help ensure you are softer than sheep shit this weekend. It's time rb. Two eighty is brought to you by Lisa makers of the most comfortable mattresses in the entire world. 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We went from finally about to hire our first full time. Bolan media employees. That was going to be a co host and do a bunch of other stuff for me as well The first employee that wouldn't be named Ross Bohlin to applying for payroll protection from the government in two months crazy times. Having to record our shows remotely with Mike Producing Remotely Mariah jared tuning in remotely by the way. Jay boned recovering. Well did get the covert if I got it from him by whipping him with that horse. Whip on freeze all motor functions. I I must have been systematic. It's been fourteen days. I've been quarantined. And all good for me. But jared recovering well. His girlfriend recovering. Well everybody else in jared your thoughts and prayers on twitter instagram whatever. Tmp's but yeah no it's never been a more important time for to have your support so if our VP is one of the things keeping your spirits up right now your support on patriots dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast would mean literally the world to me so I appreciate everybody on their. Thank you so much for your support. Also I am live on twitch dot TV slash boss role in pretty much every night during this thing during the week at least four nights a week. I'm on twitch DOT TV slash boss role in plant Apex Legends Plane Warzone with PODCAST listeners. By the way anybody can jump in and play with me friend me on twitch jump in the RB gang discord and you can game with us you can be on the Stream. We have a ton of fun. We usually have somewhere between thirty and one hundred viewers and we have a blast. Lots of questions and chat ton of different conversations about all manner of stuff just like we have on the show it's a blast twitch dot TV slash boss rolling so men's in fact checking before we jump segment first off internationally sidney a men's for several episodes. I'm going to combine them in one thing here. Eating dairy before bed tends to have people disturbing dreams forty four percent apparently report that bizarre dreams thirty nine percent is caused by dairy including cheese milk and ice cream eaten before bed. I don't know what the fuck I I was talking about. How I keep sweating in my sleep. Courtney Cox is fifty five years old. And it's still a smoke show says Natalie Project ARTICHOKES process step one. We did project. Artichoke is stuffed wikipedia. When you're high step one was to induce the patient with him. Nesia to keep the information top secret for the CIA. Step two was to forcibly. Give the patient morphine and cut the patient off cold Turkey to see the side effects of morphine withdrawal strip three was advanced interrogation techniques including LSD total isolation in hypnosis then psychologically harassing the subject putting them in a weaker state of mind. Good stuff every day thirty seven pornographic videos are created in the United States. It says that can't be right. Thirty seven two point. Five billion emails contained porn or could contain porn are sent or received every day that I believe sixty eight million search queries related to pornography daily twenty five percent of total searches are generated. Wow that's a lot but it has to be like what thirty seven thousand pornographic videos created today if you counting amateurs we're all making porn. Maybe porn tone what. Snow White and the seven doors was the first fully animated feature film from Disney in Nineteen thirty seven. Here's some facts from the brave. Little toaster episode. The toaster character is based on a Sunbeam to slice toaster and his nineteen dollars. Ninety nine cents from target but the original one thousand nine hundred eighty two stainless steel sunbeam. T twenty be toaster goes for one hundred and forty nine ninety five used on Amazon. This is the kind of facts. You only get from internationally. Brave little toaster definition on urban dictionary. Dot Com is quote having sex with a person in a coma while shocking them with the Defillo defibrillation paddles in quote. Dear God next fact the first ever Pixar Easter Egg. A one one three is an inside joke. An Easter egg created by alumni of California Institute of the Arts as Mariah explained referring to the classroom. Were a one three used by graphic design and character animation students including John lasseter. Tim Burton and Brad Bird. Some of the most famous of all time. Obviously a one is currently the first year graphic design studio classroom at Cal Arts. It has shown a three is shown in some way shape or form in American Dad South Park Family Guy. All Manner Movies aside from Monsters Inc of injuries mission impossible and sausage party. It is literally and everything. It's in the brave little toaster. It's the apartment number with a master lives. There's a frigging wikipedia page for a one one three wikipedia dot org slash a one one three crazy. Those are all Internet. Natalie's men's and facts. Prison Abraham Lincoln did not enjoy retirement. Richard Nixon did not enjoy impeachment. The population to China's one point four three nine billion. I can't believe I believe that the other day you'll have another great video coming from that brush on instagram soon. I segment year of the what I waited a long time to announce what twenty twenty was the year of. And I'm glad I did. Many of you want the boot to pay amish and respect to the boot I mean truth be told. I think every potential article of clothing outside the robe and sock was suggested for the year of because we already did the robot sock. I mean the hat the sneakers backpack. It got totally out of control for for a while as I told you. I was mulling over the year of perspective. Which is honestly the angle that led me to my final conclusion. Gang Twenty twenty is not the year of the boot. It's not the year the NAPKIN or the year. The pirate or the year the shower pistol or any of the other insane. Nonsense you through it. Me Twenty twenty is the year of the comeback. It's April third. Were four months and three days in. But that's it it's official etched in stone. It's the year of the comeback for me for society for humanity for everyone in the our gang. We are all coming back from something this year. And we're coming back hard and fuck and strong your the Comeback Baby. Stand the fuck up like for many of us right now. We feel like our backs are against the wall. Times are tough perhaps covered. They've been in any of our lifetimes in the United States certainly in other countries as well and we're all sitting here in about it we're talking about it. Many of us are literally sick and yet folks. We've got months of this to go so it's time to I mean we'll stay focused on the solution staying home staying. Well obviously there are matters to be attended to in the present but it's time to start looking forward to the comeback as well to rebuilding our society in a way that makes more sense is probably a good idea with regard to certain aspects of what we've seen hit the absolute fuck and fan here in the year. The comeback isn't just about fucking co VID fucked virus. It's about US. It's about me it's about you. It's about whatever you've got going on in your life whether you just graduated and have no damn clue what comes next or you just lost your job or maybe it's just that you've let yourself slipping unhealthy habits or general general unhealthiness. Maybe you've gained a few pounds or something. Maybe you've gained fringe. You don't need. Maybe your mental have slipped and you're battling anxiety or depression daily regardless of your situation or coming the fuck back baby. All of us have our own set of circumstances. Our own set of challenges. We have to face and overcome every single. Goddamn Day and now more than ever. We're doing it together. You are not alone. We are human beings we slip we full-blown fall but we have the ability to get up to correct course to come back stronger harder faster and better than ever bitch. Twenty twenty is the year of the comeback in for every single one of you. That's down to ride with all twenty twenty long ensuring we hit twenty twenty one stronger than ever. Here's another segment that will make you. WanNa run through a fucking brick wall. Let's fucking go next segment? Bad Ass vets. You haven't heard of. Oh it's been a minute. Oh it's been a fine knitted and I've got a good one for you. The first of all let me explain if you've never been here before you're new to the Ross Bohlin podcast. This is one of the mini reoccurring segments. We do bad ass vet. You haven't heard of now. Obviously vets maybe a little nondescript is at veterans as it veterinarians. I'll tell you what friend it's both. Maybe it's just veterans as an old people. Maybe it's all three. We've actually done a veterinarian. At one point it was tight. I think we actually did a veterinarian. That was also a vet Erin crazy shit. I know what you're thinking. What a podcast I know. I know you're welcome. You're bad ass vet. You haven't heard of today. Francis J blace Francis J. B. L. A. I. S. I hope I'm pronouncing it correctly. Bligh could be not blyth from a band of brothers as the noise. I make now when I when I have a brain for it. Apparently oh so I got this email from a listener okay. This is a very cool. Very special bad has bet you haven't heard of. I got an email from a listener named Alec a member of the RTP gang. He says Yo Ross digi which means gang gang gang which is just a thing and he says. This is my great grandfather. Okay so this is a listeners. Great Grandfather Yeah. You're paying attention now. Aren't you now? I have your attention. I'd peaked your curiosity now. You're listening okay. His grandfather was in the Tenth Mountain Division. Which is fighting on skis there from New Hampshire. He served in both theatres. Both theaters means The Pacific and Europe he was assigned you idiot. He was assigned to the Anyone who didn't know the Tenth Mountain Division because he was a good ski jumper. Any helped design gun stocks Ski Mountain. I don't know what that means. He finally got home from the war. He had terrible. Psd gave all of his medals away because he didn't WanNA remember all his friends dying in front of him literally held his best friend in his arms while he died developed severe alcohol and smoking addiction which caused them to pass away unfortunately at the young age of sixty seven. I'm reading his email. My mother her grandfather always said he was the second most decorated warrior from World War. Two but he gave all his medals and honours away to local kids because he didn't want to remember and then the records office that kept track of PEOPLE'S RECOGNITIONS BURNT DOWN. So they don't have anyone to prove that apparently but total bad ass dude. Skiing is hard enough without having to worry about shooting people and getting killed while doing it. He says so. I look him up. Francis J bligh's I find a record of his GRANDPA on some website called the hall of Valour Project on Military Times dot com or some shit. And here's what it said. The president of the United States of America authorized by act of Congress on July ninth. Nine hundred. Eighteen takes pleasure in presenting the Distinguished Service Cross to Sergeant Francis. J. Blige United States army for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy inaction in Italy on the seventeenth of April nineteen forty five while leading an attack. All the men in his squad were killed picking up a machine gun charging bligh's sergeant. Excuse me advanced alone in the face of heavy enemy fire until his ammunition was exhausted then taking up a German machine gun. He assaulted an enemy strong point capturing thirty five prisoners himself and causing another one hundred and fifty of the enemy to surrender freak. What a bad ass I continue. His extraordinary heroism and dedicated devotion to duty without regard for his own life. Were in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect great credit upon himself his unit in the United States. Army Real Shit Shit. Yeah so that's your bad ass vet. You haven't heard of France. J. Blige is just another guy to make you feel emasculated by his insane. Acts like that reminds me of some like what was I always forget. The what the dude and band of brothers who just runs through the enemy line with his gun out not even shooting anybody to meet up with the another division and then come back the do that. Everybody thought murdered people with smokes. Games gave all the the the. Pow smokes smoked them. Anyway Sergeant Bligh's respect Alec appreciate you do. Thank you for listening for sharing your grandfather's story with us in the Tenth Mountain Division fighting on frigging skis. Apparently just taken in the face of heavy enemy fire going at it with a machine gun capturing thirty five and self causing another one hundred and fifty to surrender good Lord great one RB. Two Eighty is also brought to you by keeps. Two out of three guys will experience. Some form of male pattern baldness by the time thirty five. That's terrifying right. The good news with today's advancements in science keeps offers proven treatments that can combat the symptoms of hair loss. 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You haven't heard of because I have waited a very long time to discuss this Tiger King Mania. If you've been living under a rock or maybe you just got out of the hospital for. Cova treatment even then what are. You don't have a cellphone. We own a friends who talked to you. Nobody is talking about anything outside of the stupid pandemic and this fucking documentary. It's a seven episode series on Netflix called Tiger king by filmmakers eric good and Rebecca caught Jacqueline cackling. Nobody knows nobody cares. They explore the way. I've just kidding respect to the makers. This is on fucking believable. It explores the world of big cat. Owners okay. They went in with the idea of talking about these cats and they leave with the story of a man named Joe Exotic the proprietor of an Oklahoma roadside zoo with a mullet with lots of weaponry. Several husbands in a country. Western music career per netflix description of the Docu series a mullet gun-toting polygamist and country western singer. Their words now for those of you who've watched tiger king you know things turned very dark because there's an activist and animal activist named Carol Baskin. Who owns a big cat rescue sanctuary? She's trying to shut down all the big cat breeders which we find out is really just because they're her competition and this all leads to Joe Exotics arrest in connection with a murder for for higher plot. Now what's amazing about Tiger King? Is that five minutes into the documentary. It was the craziest thing I've ever seen. I'd draw jaw dropped. I was watching it with somebody WHO's already seen it. And she's just fucking. I could giddy watching me watch. This jar dropped can't believe what I'm seeing the biggest freaks in the world. I mean I thought we'd seen it all we've gone through every walk of reality. Tv Shit every goddamn possible fucking thing you can survive on an island you can buy old storage units and bid on them and every slot you lock yourself and get married to somebody. You've never seen before. But this Tiger King Joe Exotic versus Carol Baskin with Little Dock into a fucking candle on top. Is the most insane thing I've ever seen in my life. I've seen a rapper convicted of pedophilia. Crime do a concert in a county jail that I was also locked in at the time. This is the craziest thing I've ever seen in my life. Joe Exotic is on real beyond words. I can't even. I can't even wrap my head. I'm not even done. I haven't episode left because I don't want it to end. This is what I did with dead wood. One of my favorite shows of all time. I started watching the finale because I didn't want it to end Joe. Exotic is his kidney powers element to him in the way. He dresses his style his hair. Holy Hell his hair but the thing about this show that I five minutes. It's the craziest thing I've ever seen in an somehow through every episode so far it has gotten weirder more unbelievable disturbing and hilarious with every other five minutes past. My jaw hurts from being dropped so long. Seemingly every fucking character they introduce as many have argued could have their own show the fact that Joe Exotic was filming his entire life is one of the great blessings God above has ever given us that. This man kept camera that he was such is such a narcissist that he filmed everything he filmed himself saying. I'm never going to financially. Recover this He. That's his film. Crew you understand. The documentary makers used his film crew was filming him response. His response to a employee's arm being ripped from her body was to go into the gift shop and not to calmly escort the patrons from the park or give them a rain check. And just say we've had a bit of an issue. We're GONNA have to shut down for the no he walks in and says a tiger has ripped a woman's arm off. I'm happy to give you a range. Joe Who the fuck takes a rain check when that's the first thing you said it's like being at a golf course and they're like listen. Seven people were just shot on the sixth hole. We're happy to give you a rain check. What the fuck. No you know what I think. I'M GONNA go elsewhere in from now on know what it's like if it's like if you were golfing golf all right and you walked into the pro shop right. And you're checking in like you normally do I have Fucking bowling Let's be realistic. You're eleven fifteen a. M. T. time and and they said. Sir. We're sorry we're happy to give you a refunder. A rain check but at tiger just ripped someone's arm off on the practice putting green or the driving range. You know what I would do. Find another golf course. It's not invaded by big cats. The characters on this show or beyond belief Joe runs for President for governor. He makes it by the way which ends up being incompletely fake country music career. My favorite thing about him was his music. These were BOPs undeniable BOPs and find out. I saw tiger dude. That's a jam. I find out the real musicians behind it or Vince Johnson. And Danny Clinton by the way Clinton died in October rest in peace is the situation and they worked for free thinking they earn fame from a reality show about Joe's life because they were like this guy's fucking insane and apparently he did sing somewhat uncertain songs so they didn't want to roast him. But you know when things in the car I was thinking to myself. This motherfucker can't say but oh my God. Shack Shack shows up Shaquille O'Neal and he has to go on TV and defend himself on March twenty fifth he goes on TV and he says it had no idea all that stuff was going on. He was just a visitor. I met this guy not my friend. Don't know him never had any business dealings with him. Do I own personally tigers at my house and he said no shack could not have appreciated that? Joe is now in jail by the way still updating facebook. He's trying to get a presidential pardon. He says thank you. The millions of people around the world who watched tagger king in seeing now the wrong. That has been done to me. Is You the people of the world who can change? What has been done? Please keep this alive until someone reaches our president for a pardon. Because it's the rat thing to do this fucking guy by the way debuted March twentieth. Couldn't have been better timing for Netflix. Holy Shit it almost makes me think they started this whole thing. It is literally the most popular TV show in the world. A ninety seven percent critics rating on rotten tomatoes ninety six percent audience score. That's above ozark season three apparently. Usa's queen of the south season four and us as the center season three. It's above ozark. You know Ozark by the way I love and Ozark so far Holy Shit. It's dark I need to watch something. This is the other thing about tiger king. That's so great everything I'm watching right. Now devs westworld covering westworld humphries on motor functions covering devs on clams and cockles. The brave little toaster if you haven't listened to our VP to seventy nine dark all these things very very dark tiger king a shining ray of light in my life of course. The only sat angle is the horrific treatment of these cats. Which fuck all these people? But also God bless some of them John Finley they met at nineteen. They were married for eleven years. Then they added a third spouse travis Maldonado Travis Maldonado. No one has ever been more clearly incapable of making decisions based on either low brain power and or drug use John. Finley had a privately owned by Joe Exotic Tattoo above his cock. You know the kind of mental state. You have to be in to make a decision like that for a man named Joe Exotic who is raising big cats likely doing meth and attempting to have that bitch. Carol Baskin murdered now by the way John with co worker amber and they have a child together. Christ but I'll say this for all the characters on the show for Carol Baskin fucking psycho definitely killed. Her husband. Allegedly fed him to tiger unbelievable allegedly for all the characters on the show. The one that truly blows my mind. The most is somehow documental. This guy is running. A big cat. Centric Colt in a manner. I might add. That is far more effective than he should be able to get away with based on his looks alone. How he's recruiting. These young women to come and spend time with him is beyond me drugs and money I guess or the answer but and and we had sex. What the what the what in the what? The what fucking war Doc antle is the weirdest dude seriously. I think I've ever seen in anything ever weirder than the Bhagwan or anybody in that. Doc weirder than Joe Exotic dock and told Dr Baga von Dach Antle is the weirdest you know why because he was on stage with Britney Spears during her. I'm a slave for you experience with a fucking tiger. You Know How many times I pledge myself to that performance that via may performance on Youtube not knowing that lurking in the background was docked. Antle probably permanently messing up my sexuality in some manner. I mean God knows I'm not right. The man is the weirdest character. I think I've ever been introduced to and I don't understand. Why are we just allowed to have polygamist like can I have a bunch of wives and husbands? Is that a thing now? Can you have book and I mixed like can mix it up. I have two wives. What if I won a husband not for sex stuff but for just man support you know like a best? But we're married like you can't fuck leave. Every every one of them every single fucking one of them is signing a pre-nup just for the record. I'm just saying I don't know how this works. I don't understand I didn't know Oklahoma. You could just have a bunch of the wedding footage you know how many times. I deposits documentary. Because I was crying laughing because I couldn't breathe anymore. I was in which so many every episode every ten minutes every time job so I had to stop every time they play one of the music videos. I'm with Shit in my fucking pants. I'm thirty two. I'm a grown man. That's supposed to be pooping pants. Pee in your pants is the coolest. That's how you like. Miles Davis Not. Pooping your pants. Doc antle Carol Baskin. Fedor husband had Tiger Kiro Baskin's new husband is almost certainly a serial killer the photos of their wedding. The man's just like Barney rubble and has a leash on. I've never been more disturbed in my life and entertained but I can't believe Jones sing his own songs. I just can't believe it. I feel like we have to fall this segment up with an actual animal the week because these people truly do deserve this. This whatever circle. Ah Hell let's go with four the forth circle of Hell not fucking put them in seven pullman seven with the rapist and all the bats if you're hurting animals in any way shape or form. You're human trash. I feel like we have to follow it up with animal the week. Let's do it next segment now. Ross Bowlen's animal of the week your animal of the week. This week is the Dugong. Dugong Digi O. N. G. Dugong Dugong Dugong the animal. The week works this way I tell you about an animal that I think is tight. You look it up on Google and you check out the Google images you look at it while I talk about it. Welcome to the Mr Animal of the week. It's do Gong also known as C. Cow. These suckers can be nearly didn't feet long over eight hundred pounds. They're freaking gigantic. Vegetarians found in warm. Coastal waters from East Africa to Australia including the Red Indiana. Oh Shannon and. I'm going to stop doing as more now because I'm eating myself out. It only eats grass seagrass to be exact. Indu Gong. Do goal can eat up to eighty eight pounds as seaweed daily before swallowing the SEAGRASS Dugong will shake its head to eliminate sand from the food. That's a good boy. Do gongs are related to manatees. And look a bit like them as you can see if you're on Google Images. And they act like manatees to shares from behavioral aspects but the Dugongs Tail is flu like Wales. Oddly enough both manatees and dugongs are related closely most closely the The dugong most closely related to the land. Animal the elephant out of all the land animals and the manatees related to the elephant to which is fucking weird the Dugong can stay underwater for six minutes before servicing sometimes breathing my sort of like standing on its tail with its head above the water which is tight. Spend most of their time alone or in pairs though there You know they can be seen gathered in large herds of one hundred which I gotta say. Look up footage of it. It's a bit creepy too. Many dugongs in one area might maybe take a few less dugongs next time. Paul McCartney would you like to do? Lsd dugongs can stay underwater for six minutes before servicing already said that. I'm just a little high female. Dugongs have one calf after a year-long pregnancy. The mother helps you on the young how to reach the service and take its first breath and then they remained close to the mother for like eighteen months that they ride on her back a lot which is kind of fun to watch. It's cute Now they're an easy target for coastal hunters and they were long sought after for their meet their oil skin bones and teeth there now legally protected throughout their range but populations are still i. It's it's not a good state. They're still they still don't have good numbers for too long. They were hunted for meat. Noel in traditional hunting still has great cultural significance in several countries in its modern range particularly northern Australia and the Pacific islands the dugongs current distribution is fragmented and a lot of the populations are believed to be close to extinction so the I. U. C. N. List them as vulnerable to extinction and the convention of International Trade in Endangered Species limits or bans. The trade of derived products from the Dugong thankfully there being protected legally in many countries. Because this has been the main population decline. It's been habit degrade D- d- gradation degradation who on Bowler wrong molar. Back in the motherfucking house habitat degradation degradation and hunting. Also fishing related fatalities. GotTa Take Care of the Dugong because its lifespan. Seventy years or more slow rate of reproduction makes it especially especially vulnerability to extinction. Only leave the fucking. Dugong alone and stay home. You Horse's ass. I WANNA cuddle. The one of these slimy sons of bitches next segment twenty-five years of Tommy boy so a few days ago one of the funniest movies ever made ever starring one of the funniest human beings to ever draw breath ever turned twenty five years old. I was seven when this movie came out and it's a movie that had an enormous impact on my childhood on my sense of humor. I mean I watched this movie five hundred times as a kid. It's kid friendly for the most part for the most part. I still watch it at least once a year. It is an all time goat comedy starring an all time. Goat comedy duo. In Chris Farley and David Spade Chris Farley was a god to me like he was elevated. He was the funniest person in the world to me. Above Adam Sandler above all the other goats that I respected and loved. Farley was the dude who made me WanNa be funny. He made me WanNa be as funny as him. He set the bar somewhere. And that's not achievable by the way. Not just for me for anyone. It's not a thing you don't get to be as funny as Chris Farley Chris Farley. He was his funniest Chris Farley. Nobody touches that. It's like a Michael Jordan argument. You don't sorry. Shut your fucking all. Farley is the goat he will always be the goat. The dude literally like I was always thought I was funny as a kid. People laughed at me and Shit. Maybe it was at me with me. I don't know Farley made me WANNA be funnier. More funny the funniest. He's still that due to me. I can watch Chris Farley movie any of them. I talked to you about almost heroes all the time. Nobody even fucking watched it. One of my favorite comedies ever made he's an but this movie. Tommy boy this is the one that proved he could carry a film that he could be the guy and it's it's one of those things where like he was taken so early did his career was encapsulated. Like God. This movie makes me wish that we would been able to get more. 'cause how many Chris Farley films you know you know. Shrek was being made for him. We've talked about Farley a lot on this show I've I've I've tried to give him and the other dudes that for real like Beyond my dad and mom both had obviously the largest impact on my sense of humor and personality the these dudes these comedians dominated Hollywood with the dudes that I was obsessed with that. I'm still obsessed with in this movie in particular is one of the movies that got me into that zone. Farley was a guide to me rest in peace. I've spent like I don't WanNa like this is not even a cool thing to admit so much time reading about dude and his death in the last several weeks of his life and you know what he's ultimate example just like another one Robin Williams at one of the other goats that I dislike. I can never. I can't get over. How talented he was. He's one of those dudes. He was so tortured he suffered from all these different mental illness and addictions and he was a guy that identify with even further. For that reason. Those are my people broken. People are my people who identify with WHO I love. If farley was so broken man like I wish I would. I would fucking pay every dollar to my name to be able to spend a half hour Chris. Farley no cap by the way the David Spade Renaissance has been incredible to watch if you don't follow them on instagram. David spade is doing content. He got a solid talk show he puts shift on a good instagram's up and David spade slaves by the way Google David spade girlfriend do it. Now do it. Now you do the job. I know we have a Lotta younger listeners. On this show by the way if you've never watched Tommy boy and you're all kinda caught up on the Ross Bohlin podcast if you're caught up on wasters clams and cockles. If you cut up on freeze all motor functions. Then I demand that immediately after this show ins you go watch it or I will come to your house and I will fight you. 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Rob Schneider - Asian Mommas, Chinese Noodles & Chris Farley

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Rob Schneider - Asian Mommas, Chinese Noodles & Chris Farley

"You. RECU. Recall. On June. All right welcome to talk. Jericho. It's the pot of thunder and rock and roll today actor and comedian. Rob Schneider. He's got a brand new netflix stand up comedy special called Asian Mama Mexican kids. It's very funny and rob even does a duet the at the end with his daughter singer L. King it's forty five minutes long. You'll be laughing the whole time checking a Netflix now, who is inspired by ROB's life. You'll share some stories about that. Also talking a lot about his time on SNL, some of the classic characters he created and what it was like working with the late great. Chris Farley and what Chris was really like when the cameras weren't rolling and you know Bill Murray didn't like Chris Farley rob talks about that as well and of course, rob has tons of stories of all the movies he's made including Deuce bigalow. The hot chick, the animal, and of course, all is great cameos in the Adam Sandler movies the waterboy fifty first dates grownups he's been in too many to name them all. He talks about inventing that you can do it a slogan that probably Hansson, to this day, lots of great stories from Rob Schneider coming up next and so as a new episode of the Winnipeg is Thursday at nine eastern on my youtube channel on my facebook page at this week if they were going to be talking about a heroic moments and maybe next week, we'll be high school fights and confrontations. So always fun stuff with rival and. I don't miss the return of the Saturday special this. Saturday night a little bit later than usual after the awol pay per view. So probably around eleven pm or so watch all out on the be our live or the fight TV APPs, and then come talk to me about it on the Saturday special facebook live on my youtube channel after all. On Saturday night with the of course, the most mayhem massacre lots of Jericho this week and lots of Rob Schneider. Let's get laughing making his talk as Jerry debut starting now. The bills stir bill man. Bill. Bill. The name is Randy Randy A. Ster- only one copy for the rand. Man. How you doing champion I'm good man how are you got a band-aid on? Yeah I'm hanging. On for my entire soul is. Is kind of the way that it's been going with We could just jump right in this with the such a strange year all across the board I long for the days of the flattened curve nor that Supposed to be fifteen days right and no one I remember back in in March and all this happened while you know, let's do it for a couple of weeks and you know by April will all be through all this all done like you said, lightning the curve. Yeah boy were we wrong? Yeah how was it for you like? Obviously, you're busy guy as well in the town of everything shut down everything stopped everything around the me they're starting to fill in. Europe. I A call yesterday. That they're shooting in. Eastern Europe, in Italy. And every every country has their own rules. So you know they're up and gone, which is good news because people shooting is it's kind of a little more difficult than the last to really get gone I think he's going to be. The, US. In May be the UK. To get shooting, it's interesting though when you're talking I was just looking I was watching Netflix last night and I was thinking in about six months from now. All of those shows will be gone and they'll be nothing for like a whole eight months a year whatever right now the they'll they're going to do something you know yeah comedy. Special. did will literally just cut right under the wire. I. Think it was like literally the last comedy Special When did you film it February twenty ninth. Wow. Okay. Our last live show was march eleventh. You're right under the wire before they got lockdown was finished. I think everybody. Kind of shut it down by. Meryl, the Tenth Right or the eleventh there was over. Yeah. That's exactly. That's exactly right. So you're saying especially, really cool I want to talk about obviously I love the title of the Asian Mom. Mexican kids but it's great because it's just a jumper and talking about it. It's such a cool like bite sized forty-five minutes piece of comedy and a lot of people haven't seen. You do stand up in a while a lot of people don't even know that I did stand up i. mean that was the the thing about like why wanted to do this now was Just as. You know a document the show that this is how I started. I started out at the same time as Chris Rock and Adam, Sandler David Spade and I. Just I only got back into it. I mean it's been ten years seventeen stand up again and I just wanted to record it Netflix's nice enough to give me a a a special. Yeah. It's just long enough for me if you can't say which he needs same forty five minutes than you do something else with your life. Especially watching it you know as as especially if you're actually at the venue actually the last time I saw, Seinfeld live a couple of years ago. He went like forty five minutes. It was very much same idea. Yeah. Just gated in get an up let people people are thinking especially if you're seeing somebody in a theater thinking about how long it's GonNa take to get home the car you know where you par- dark it was somebody broke into the car, right? We know where? WE'RE GONNA call it can pick you up or like yeah. But at the same time, there's it's a little. More political dodgy era right now. So here's more stuff that I didn't include in the comedy special but may be a it's such a sensitive time me that people are so overreactive and it just didn't want to give people a reason to get upset. Yeah, it's funny because even watching it and they do such great voices invitations and like. You know like your wife or your mother-in-law they always have. Even if they don't have accents which is heard somebody on the Internet say like you can't do accidents anymore like one. Yeah. We'll even the whole thing with with the Chinese food, which is hilarious. I grew up with that. My I mean that's I mean I actually. End The special. Actually Speak Cantonese. Chinese visit Chinese that's like. For my friends who from Hong, Kong and they had the restaurant. got. I don't know what they want right and it's not the Chinese people who are who are upset about it. You know my friends are Chinese I. Don't know he's he knows if he a few sentences in Cantonese. Is usually like you know. People who are who aren't the specific initiatives usually something like white girl in Oregon is like pissed off and on doing an accident that. Is actually specific friend of mine but anyway, it's just A. You can't worry about it too much. You have to be aware of it as a problem, but you can't like let it stop you in and at the same time. I'm here to get laughs remember John cleese saying this about four years ago when I. flew to go see him such a huge fan. Yeah. V to and idle during his show and I flew out to go see him any said dutiful thing I'll never forget he said the maze sensitive members of society can't be the ones deciding what everybody else gets to listen to watch. Music is true right. If is bothering, you don't watch it but don't try to stop me doing it or stop somebody else from enjoying it. If it's mean spirited than you know it's different if you trying to hurt people and we're just getting a laugh and just expressing something happens you in your life. The news is a true true stories for the most part exaggerating true stores even talk about John cleese's. Fawlty Towers Fan Oh. Yeah. I think a couple of months ago. They took down the Germans x episode kind of buried that. Even. He commented on that like, yeah he did an obviously it was made in the mid seventies and it's a different type of humor, but it's still super hilarious and at the end Basil, who's who is the the main character that that cleese plays fawlty towers. If people who haven't seen it, he's the ultimate idiot and every time he ends up getting screwed because it's almost like an English archie bunker so to speak yes exactly and like the guy, the producer of that Fawlty Towers is real brilliant guy. He said the best description of said, what makes the best sitcoms situation comedies are horrible people acting? Horribly that's right because it's different. You don't see it all the time and you can just let relax and go my life sucks but look at this guy, you know. Yeah. They took about the German Steph I'm sorry the Germans were not seized me. They were mean most of them at a certain point in history. Nineteen thirty three to nineteen, forty, five and maybe forty seven in like Argentina. Well, the Basil gets hit on the head with a giant Moosehead and when he gets hit on the head with the Moosehead he kind of starts. Zipping back and forth between these Germans are in his tells that are not he's and he's says he don't say the word I think I said it once but I think I got away with a word of Nazi it's so funny it's brilliant Noel they've already tried to stifle so much of what's happening right now in popular culture that they have to go back in time and fix historical anti woke art and literature and pop culture. So I remember like I knew the cat was out of the bag when. Somebody who's in sacking John Wayne from interview. He did in Nineteen, seventy two in this guys dead since nineteen, seventy seven. You know. So I said boy really dig in the bottom of the barrel but I also think like if you look at bloggers, which is what most of these people are in I, don't say that derisively, but I do. Amino derisively in my heart. Factor matters you have to ride like ten or twelve. Articles to make a decent living and sell at a month. You know dopes Eke by in so it's whatever you can get whatever selling. Yeah. You know it's like whatever whatever the thing is that people they think that you know it's gonna grabs my balls be click bait and I think it'll say Alba will and what started this was talking about your Chinese food restaurants, which is great and that's something you discuss quite In depth into Netflix comedy special, Asian Mama Mexican kids I WanNa talk about some of the material in that show. But I, you guys know that we do Awa dynamited dailies place in Jacksonville Florida every week, and that is outside, which means a lot of those matches are happening in stifling heat and humidity. 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T. drink hydrant dot com slash Jericho use the Promo Code Jericho to save twenty five percent I order drink hydrant dot com slash Jericho use the Promo Code Jericho and save twenty five percent. Thank you hydrogen for sponsoring talk is Jericho and for keeping me hydrated and feeling good and he w dynamite give it a try. Who Can I? Can, I get a little more juice which? You lagged us. Yeah. Did you go then. Yeah, it's. Agate. Okay, Great. Thanks once again, how this will start is loose talking about your your Chinese food. Are always open and like I spent a lot of time in Japan, which is not the same as China but also You're nailing the accident. Perfectly. That's where the comedy comes from new to me. The Cantonese is very sing song and it's fun. Also. Young Gaucho is how you say that you know you say like Gal and then gobble is two different meanings. Oh, one is rope. The other one is Dick. And like That's just. Be careful with that one. Yeah. As soon as you learned that you go to hardware store could be careful. Yes. GonNa get some Gal. In i. just remember like those stuff like I love to listen to when I was a kid you know and then. There was a Chinese restaurants on Washington Street, and there was open to anybody leaves like it least three in the morning sometimes on the weekends five you know and they would serve this thing called cold tea, which was beer. And as soon as we're old enough teenagers to go into the city because they change the drink in laws from eighteen twenty one in like a wii and that's where I spent a lot of my life there and so house back in San Francisco. which is I spend the summers in Hawaii, which is great in San Francisco. We'd go to this place in Sam woes a Washington Street, and we get the Brown t and they didn't know we were. And I'm sorry this because they look at us and they don't know how old we are they look at it. We all look the same tally is like they just they don't know what to kid was older with team was twenty one and so it was a thing were you know they would serve us and then eventually the guy got wise to it. So like these guys are underage and but these disturbance browns, he would select a little plastic cup wasn't a beer so that I think they knew. They didn't want to busted and WHO's going to go to China contrary to the morning with anal alcoholic beverage people going to go and so it was like a little t container at the had beer in it and it was like decrease for. Any cheating or whatever we could do, of course in the. Watered down or whatever beer would just happy to just be get Chinese food and heaven beard to in the morning three in the morning a your sixteen is the greatest time while is that where you learn how to speak Cantonese that you know I learned Cantonese when I did a movie with John Claude van. Damme in Hong Kong. I talked to the Choi Hark. Is a great Chinese director and he made Chinese Opera Blues in Chinese ghost stories really great. Great Director. So going to do this movie and remember like. Sneak the guys who's like motion die Amman was the producer missing twenty, two, million, low movie would doing. Twenty two million, and then they said, all right whatever. Good over the Hong Kong it's an eight million dollars. What happened to the twenty two, million, illegal it's gone and so by the time we shouted maybe it was a two million dollar movie informed movie I don't know. This is knockoff it was called knockoff. Yeah, and it was a blast I. Had I that's I mean I've had a lot of fun of my life and that that was one of the highlights being there during the handover when England hands back? Hong Kong to the Brits it was unbelievable time to be there. And I was there. It'll Catherine Zeta Jones Sean. Connery. Going to be. There but the director was really interesting guy heart. Very energetic great guy he would. Shoot all day and they'd ask us that go out to dinner he would. Eat a huge meal and with a lot drink a lot and a lot of alcohol. And then go out to the club after. And then show up at five o'clock in the morning five thirty I I. I did for a couple of nights and then like I you know you start to look like crap you're on camera and then you're tired you to memorize your lines like, Hey, I can't do this anymore I love you but I can't. Log On. And his house is getting sleep I don't understand, and then like you always wear these between setups it over the all directly. Always word is really big thick sunglasses you know and I want snuck up behind him when we sit down between setups on the movie snuck up to. Hi, in heard this. He was sleep between setups unbelievable. So. But own out dinner with him. I said come on teach me something Anthony these people. that a joke on the way to what's a joke and he said Said, when you ask for the check, say Yarmouk Cowlishaw and I never forgot that. And I said what? Are you kidding me. So loan is in. Cantonese. Are you kidding me as Yama? Gaucho Yarmouk. Gaucho. and Are you kidding me Yamaguchi neutral and so I some GonNa get checking looking on. Waiters right there y'all McGowan jaw. He's a is I'm like a white devil, the him that I spoke. Pretty ear so. Anyway, so I don't I to me is just. A. Little stories in fame comes and goes money comes and goes houses can come and go women can come and go. God knows. But the stories you get to keep. Yeah. Well, that's the thing you've had such. A varied career was so many like you mentioned like I film this move with Van Damme in Hong Kong. It's just like throwing it out there one of like fifty movies that you've done starring in some minor parts and others but there's been a huge body of work that you've enjoyed. It's been fun even truthfully there's been no career guidance. Career thought. Working I. Mean I just like to make a living as an actor is phenomenal. It's an absolute a rarity fifty, thousand actors in La alone you know. So to make a living as an actor is all do the goal in everything as a comedian is an actor whatever you could. To make a really good living is even rare still, and then to become like a movie star is very few people. On the history of the world that have had that opportunity. You even leading man for for a few of those two Deuce bigalow and that was rob Schneider is Deuce bigalow. I know those are fun sometimes. I got I got one or two more of those. I'M GONNA try to go for it now that you know. It's it's been a fun ride. Honestly, it's been if you're lucky enough to get the shot at it, it's great. It comes with a lot of negativity attached to it because there's a lot of people wanna doing what you're doing. You know what? That's like go to of course, you just have to focus on what it is that you love and then let the rest go away well, well, the thing is too and you'll you know kind of want to hear your take on this you come from this great group of. Comedians you came up through the same way when you're talking about Chris Rock in Spain and obviously Sandler being one of the biggest movie stars in the world and you're his buddy that's in a lot of these films as well. Seems like you guys really have stuck together over the years since you started together Saturday night live or even before that. Yeah. Well, I think it's maybe the rarest thing in in show businesses that have a group of guys that you could stick with and they stick by you for a long time. Know, there's there's ups and downs in this businesses is You know if you have a couple of too many downs, it's over you know as far as getting a chance to make movies know I remember talking to Chris Rock about that when we were doing a grownups and. They won't tell you when you're off the list. Off The list, they got their list who the people that they wanna get star on their movies and that's it either on it or you're not. You're not. That's it. It's just the reality, the business Like a little bit better than the sports careers because I, think. the average baseball careers about four years I. Think you know I think if you if you're talented, you can create your own things I think you can have. You can make a nice career for yourself in the movie and TV business, but you have to work hard. You know it's not something just GonNa. Come to. but as far as like. That group from Saturday night live. We were friends before Saturday night live. So I think that's what helped was we kinda got there and dealt with the lunacy without eating each other. You know you have people who very. Who Really WanNa make it because they're. They have some deep psyche need for. Whatever approval and whatever acceptance they think they lack or didn't get an a which is both one of the same and so the tendency because you see this crazy success Joe Business, once you get in it, it's just it's there Well it's not that far removed from me getting that and So it could alter you and change in does it does the effects of it especially for people who are susceptible to being manipulated by the? You know it's it's very seductive to instead. So the guys that you knew when and the guys that you know before. Taking call you on it and say, Hey, man in the same guy who is He. was working. As a busboy Baba Blah right and it's also good because truthfully. Share success with somebody it's really fun I mean the best memories I have at at Saturday night live is being in a sketch with Chris Farley are being in a sketch right across Adam, Sandler in the audience. Laughing, so hard screaming laughing that you could barely hear each other and were two feet away from each other. or seeing like when something's really work in like David Spade Sketch bye-bye on the airlines by the by the by the way some like little idea like that. You have fun for three or four minutes and that's it. That's all you need. You know at the end of those those times it to me it really is I was talking to Dennis Miller the other day we just realizing how special those times right when you're. GonNa. Fifties now you understand special beautiful that was but when you're just going through it, you thinking about you know you have to have that kind of hunger and that drive and. You have to very careful that that that hunger that Dr can also be destructive if it's only that. If the thing keeps going to me unlike if I had to say Adam, Sandler has continued to be. A success for thirty years in this is he's the joy he genuinely enjoys what he's doing is January likes. He's still excited about a good job at all. And I see him jump out of his chair when he has an idea for something. You have to maintain that just can't be. You can't treat this like a like a normal business construction reforming. The Cyber Chris Farley and his time on SNL. But before we get into that, if you sexy bees, talk is Jericho listeners are going to be having some drinks of me on Saturday night during the Saturday especially might want to pick up some goodies hangover to make your Sunday a little bit easier because I know we've all been there fun night out but the next morning is a brutal. Well, it doesn't have to be that way anymore. Thanks to goodies hangover goodies. Hangover is pain relief at the speed of powder. Can help relieve the wicked headaches that usually accompany a hangover. It'll take away the minor body aches that you might be feeling as well, and it'll help restore your mental alertness. 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No problem, the suckled Chris Farley mentioned his name and and if you're going down the list of possible funniest Saturday night live performers ever was the most explosive guy ever show I would say, Belushi. was he was very influenced by Belushi as a matter of fact when Bill Murray. Bill Murray did not like Chris Farley really know did not at all because he just saw him as just absorbing too much of the of the John Belushi thing and also, I, think maybe he was even worried about him because like that's not saying you need to. You shouldn't be. That's not a guy that you should be looking out to too much 'cause. than I. Think they both passed about the same year so yes, they mixture was definitely Mr like in worry he was explosive the first time I ever heard about Chris Farley in the same sentence was from an actor who I don't like very much. You know I'm not gonNA mention his name, but he told me Oh. Yeah this guy come in here. Test. Anelle next year Chris Farley but he's not gonna live very long. A horrible thing we say right at the same time he knew you know this guy was reckless in this guy is funny because I never knew anybody who had dabbled in. Drugs really I mean there was some of it. It was like cocaine in San Francisco in the eighties knows sure of course but there wasn't like none of them. Life felt very few of them had enough money to get in trouble with it but it was some people that have obviously had some issues with cocaine in San Francisco even though you know there's a he had a proclivity for it. Still of the the idea that would get to a dangerous place it is was part of my experience I would say that like sometimes a he would come, he would come to. One day came in Monday after the weekend and he had like forty stitches on his arm and like what would have got Under five with little lady. Next thing you know the elbow goes through the window. And it will like. The second war was you know and he just lived at a higher frequency. But at the same time I think he would have really really really enjoyed to be around in like slow down a little bit. Buddy. GonNa get better I promise you. It can't be New Year's Eve every night you. All right. I wasn't mature enough at that time and wasn't knowledgeable enough a bad time to be really any help. Sadly you know and certainly when he took off after the show, I had no contact with him. I only saw him a few times and I remember specifically one time. There was a party. And I knew that you know he was off the wagon. and. I said, well, if I go to that party is going to be more or less you know condoning his you know actions drinking. And so I I don't WanNa do that. And now, I feel bad that up last opportunity chance to see him. So I. Think it's Sad I think it's something that deep rooted in. The addiction if it would have been. It could have been. It's easy to say what could have. But like I think he was cut off from his work completely say look no no, no, no no one's GonNa work with you. You can't make any more money. You have no more money to drugs just Baba. its second guessing but I do think that it least should have been tried in the. Very. Upsetting is still is upsetting to know that There were companies still making movies with him right knowing. That he was immediately, they tried to I mean I don't think they knew it and they tried to cover their their movie expense in the sense of or the the risk by having a twenty four hour guard. The truth of the matter was he? Was a game for Chris. Certain. Point you'd wait for the guard to go to the bathroom. Yeah, and outside and then he would go so. Again, it's it's addiction and it's also I. Think Chris had feeling of. Invulnerability you know Young People Do have sure when your kid? Yeah but. Remember though him I mean that's the sad part is is is there now but like explosively funny. Yeah. Whereas nobody would commit harder that and nobody would commit more often and he was constantly committing wherever he was mean the thing about Chris was. If you're at lunch with him. He would be all out to he'd be out a thousand percent you never turned off he wasn't like it didn't have off, but he was just constantly. On I remember my mother yelling at me with my child is Robert Wendy, turn off you know in like for Christie was just minute. I never had dinner with the sound story today and wants Joe's which was joe's was actually a Mexican restaurant Joe's makes restaurant should have been called WHO's as Mexican restaurant But he jumped on the table when like he was drinking beers and yet eleven shots almost as many beers in at the end of the evening was on the table with his shirt off banning and I was dying laughing but it also everyone else in the restaurant was horrified. Because it wasn't a famous Chris. Farley. Back then he was a famous than he was it was just a naked fat guy. Dancing on the table drunk. Yeah he had magic. I will say that like. For those who you know Luckily Chris Rock to make a movie with him numerous last movies Beverly Hills Ninja and non McDonald's get to make a movie with him. He gets to be which probably is best acting performance ever wasn't thirty. What's what's the nominal movie dirty work dirty work one yes. Something like that. Yeah, and that's his best I mean that's his best acting for me. It was really like. The rumor I heard was that David Ma'am. Wanted him to be in. Play. Fatty are buccaneers never yes. There's never been a real good fatty arbuckle still a movie that I don't think I think it would have been. He would have been absolutely perfect in it because. Very. Likable Guy. You talk about like Fatty Arbuckle, your people who were your listeners for under thousand years. Old Fatty arbuckle was as popular in the nineteen twenties as an teens as Charlie Chaplin was like most propaganda world and then an incident happened I. Think it was nineteen. Twenty one in San Francisco some some girl died at a party and then which had nothing to do with him and because he was the big famous guy that San Francisco Chronicle just destroyed him and he went to court and he got cleared and then the court again get cleared but his career was over in like literally like. Buster. Keaton said you should change your name will be good. But he never worked again. But yeah. So but the stories a nominally interesting and the story. This is the most interesting part of it is press losing their mind going after somebody right and the prosecutor in. It would've been something. That he would have been able to tell. 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This is a song man talking a little bit more about snl from your experiences I mean obviously, you had some great characters even have references a bit in the special when you're putting the whipped cream on your junkins rob Robin Or. I mean, that was one of those ones that everybody was imitating in the early nineties. You never know what's GonNa hit you. You do good point at that at that point if something does hit people are always looking for something. Funny. Yeah. People are always something. You know there's somebody in the office when we used to be able to go in the same office with everybody you know they people shopping to do, and if it strikes therapists, their funny bone does that was the strength of that show was you know the coming up with something funny that people could talk about the next day and it? was just amazing. I, remember doing sketches and going to the grocery store in New York and hearing somebody in the grocery store doing one of our bids from the night before they didn't even know I was in the store. Yeah. That was a thrill but it was also kind of frightening at the same time. You know the reach of that show and then fame becoming famous was wizard trip is not being famous than being famous was very weird something that you want. But at the same time, not realizing like the ramifications of it, and that's why it is tough for people because they don't like. I think the NBA is pretty good about like a listen guys. You're in the big leagues. Now you gotta like. Guy Managing the some of the stuff with your social media and things you gotta like Blah Blah Blah and cleans himself often the be careful out there. But like you know when you're young actor young comedian, you're on Saturday night live bom. Famous yeah. You'll handle it because you're also to like you're pitching these. And and you're doing your best to kind of become a featured performer because no one's really writing stuff just for you correct no no no no nobody wrote that. No he had to write your own stuff anyone survive there and thrive. There had rights material we knew that going in and they said, if you can write some stuff that's that you can do better than other people then. We'll let you do it otherwise you gotta give it to these other great performance like you know Dana Carvey. Phil Hartmann. So these guys were the best. Those guys never made a mistake really never. Honor the never flubbed a line. So hard was a they called him the glue. is He would literally like stick bits, six sketches together you know that he's never going to. He's always gonNA come through. Did you like when you first came in with those guys? Did they help you out at all? But I don't know how happy they were to be there by Dana was always the greatest guy but I don't know how happy like all wheel the asked numbers worry. No, we were there to take their place. They knew it. We knew it right weird. Put you guys out high. Search S so that was like an unspoken thing like as a new cast is coming in get the scouts but you know you have to do it with APPs have some grace about it and I spent four years there but I was ready to go when I left it was it was great. It's a great. It's one of the greatest times a one of the greatest times in my life. For better worst worse it made me famous famous. You kinda get typecast great touch touching America to break out of the typecast. But as typecast as a funny guy that that's not a bad thing we especially with all the different roles that you can play on all the medications that you do all the different voices that you have. Yeah I don't know what that would be. You know I don't know what they're gonNA. Let you do anymore you know what I mean. I don't know what about when you started doing the once again, another huge catch phrase that comes completely from you that everyone says all the time of it. You can do it like I didn't even know what it was. I knew that. was. In, a fun movie, the waterboy. Adam said, would you wanNA come out and do this one line illicit We'll do it in different ways than can be funny and I didn't really understand what it was but I get out there and I said okay I think I can get this this hit different ways to make it fun and it was just something like Adams genius. About making sure that each seen as good button in and out make sure that each scene is like a little mini movie and then giving them something you know the candy of like something funny happening constantly and I just remember like he was doing this This one scene in the Waterboy, you know he's having a serious mama with the coach. And he gets he's upset and he picks up a baseball frozen out the window. Now, the window hits the guy who looks like Colonel, from Kentucky Fried Chicken in the head but he gave the energy to get you through that like slightly dramatic moment to the next. Brilliant stuff like that. There is no one who works harder. There's just no one. I just really committed to that and it got big laughs than we ended up. Shooting a tag at the end of the movie where I say it again where he goes off in the winning, you can't do it all night long and then it was just. Such a funny movie. It had such a good spirit to it where the underdog guy. Yeah and I think it's one of his. One of his one of his best because it's it's such a sweet movie I think that wedding singer if I dates almost ones it really sweet. Yeah. Interestingly though the Harold Lloyd Estate. Sued and because Air Lloyd had had had done a movie I think it was called the freshmen or something or where he played a. Guy Who joined the team and you know but it was a different movie, but you can't claim a guy. WHO's waterboy becomes this football team is the same, but it's interesting though because That movie worth really well, and Adam was great in it and the football players were great. They really committed hard to it's you know one guy broke his leg hitting I mean these guys really when they went ahead they really been committed. But what what accident is that for the Uganda can do with this is supposed to be I don't know I was just my do committing to something because we felt was supposed to be Cajun. So I'm trying to do something. It was just something I try to keep the impressions as vague as possible. So people don't get that upset me with you've done that now unlike ten fifteen Adam Sandler movies. I, know I know that we're not gonNA do it anymore but we we we had a good run there and and hopefully it will a few more. But like you know I just worry about wearing out. You're welcome. This is a great thing. I. Try to live by this like. A great thing we do all that guy is very short time between on now there's that again. You WanNa. You WanNa. Get out before the the ladder. You've done a lot of voiceover work in animated movies as well, and we'll get to that part of your career but I quit word from rocket mortgage by quicken loans finding a new home that fits your family's needs can be tricky. He want room to spread out space to gather and a place to get away from it all luckily when you need a mortgage that. Fits your family's needs. A great place to look is rocket mortgage s right. Getting a mortgage is a necessary part of the home buying process for many but it doesn't have to be a hassle. Rocket Mortgage gives you the tools you need to understand all your options and purchase with certainty want to see how a different down payment impacts, your monthly payment no problem you can. 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You've also done a lot of voiceovers in in animated films and you're the doctor doolittles and all that sort of stuff. Yeah I, mean I like coming in. To do another one pretty soon for that Sandwich Company, I like the idea of of of committing something just in in the idea where you can create something than they have to draw exactly what you do it because it can't be done. Great I. Think. Truthfully the most amazing movies that are made in our animated I really believe that I think Pixar when they say like the Golden Era. Of Movies in the. Thirties. Or the. You know for the odd tour directors, the seventies, but I think right now. Definitely last you know decades these. The animated movies are to me the incredible. Certainly, you know as Charlotte's absolutely I can't compete with cartoons they can fall off a cliff gets machinations. Back But I do think like if you look at Pixar. Just see the movie wall e's. Beautiful. Emotional and in gorgeous. And then you see like you know frozen to was better than frozen one frozen. One was. Beautiful. So I do think that there's A. An I think with all this fear of people's personal safety I think is going to be even more explosion more animated stuff. Will you're right because you can make all those movies basically on your computer by? You had to write a few thousand of your friends. Yeah. Exactly and it's funny because you mentioned on the special you have two young children again now and Mike is Teenagers. But when you see every single animated movie from the years of about three to ten, because that's one thing you can do with the kids where they want to go to this one then that one. So you see them all within that time frame. Yeah. No you do. Feel important like you can get some enjoyment out of these and I gotta say that like I think they've never been better I think your time the cartoons and stuff in the world we were growing up in the seventies and eighties We're terrible but I think the Disney came in wisdom really amazing stuff would eisner back in the. Early, nineties just made a difference than in. With Pixar I mean, that was like an eleven billion dollar acquisition that has already paid off. Know many times over for Disney I hope Disney continue good I know they're struggling right now with their theme parks and their boats being closed. Whoever thought that that would be a vulnerability, a theme park. But anyway I I think things will turn around I. Hope People get sick of an want to get back to their normal language get tired of you know get tired of not being allowed to go places who especially when you know if you from show business aspect even flight from wrestling were resting in front of the people show business movies there's no work for any crew actors you know musicians at a certain point you're going to save the US into starving you know yeah I'm an adult I realized that there fifty, five, fifty, eight, thousand Americans die in a car every year and I'm not equating cars with this virus at all but I'm saying though is that there are innate risks. At one point is the government is going to come in and go I. AM thinking about Parasailing I dunno rob. I don't know. There's a one in twenty, eight, thousand chance. You might hit the rocks over there and you're in Mexico. So that's basically one in twelve chance now. So demanded the. It's just a very frustrating time. Were you know were people get attacked for expressing? They feel about anything anything if it steps out of the accepted narrative, it's very much. You know a closed minded fundamentalist thinking that is that has a religious indoctrination. You know as religious architecture in their thinking, it does really does how long has it before comedians can start using Kovin material in their act because there's a lot of comedy that for sure I think you have to. First of all we're going to get back on stage. Yeah but I mean, I, I was going out I said last thing I'd WanNa hear. I. Don't hear anything about this. Tell, tell me anything else you know. Yeah. I think it will get back. I mean I cannot imagine that people aren't sick completely sick of home sick nothing illegal out places agreed and get healthy i. mean this one thing about we all have to take our our health responsibly, which is good and this what we need to do we as as a nation, the United States has Know Twenty five percent of the. Of the world in in a population in his five percent of the world's population. So, there's a personal responsibility for for each of us to get in his best health as we can't. If every American was in its was in year shape Jericho you know. You never go to the doctor except when you when you have your enact displaced by some other wrestler but right, you're healthy and that's what eminent in your kids are healthy because you. Learned from you. Yeah. Speaking of kids as we start to wind down here is Your specialty RV is great because it's really funny and then you have the piano guy newly in the back which is cooled. Just a pair for a couple of years ago I went and saw heart and Joan Jett and the opening act was the girl called L. King Yeah and she killed it. She's a great singer great rock and roll vibe whiskey voice type thing and then I, find out she's Schneider's daughter like, wow had no idea and she actually comes out on on your on your show but I mean that's It's actually really cool because you mentioned something I used to be Rob Schneider now L. King's father where did this all come from was I can't claim any for talent at all credit for it. She's really Doggett hard-working artists than she's a great singer in a very soulful human being and she puts it all into it and I was like she's been nice enough to. Share her success. Let come alone to see her backstage. Opening for hard at the Hollywood bowl Phenomenal. Be Their young men know I said I got this comedy special doing who knows if I'll ever get another one why don't you come out and do something together Missy said Okay we'll sing a song she said the song she picked the song because she knew that I knew it She said, well, that WANNA know you can sing Allen. which song was listen to it didn't recognize it in dreams in dreams, and so we did that and she's supposed to sing more of the song if you ever see against. She's pointing me the whole time GonNa you. Yeah you do this part. You did it. You're seeing the lead ban in the so emma she's supposed to do it but I you know. See Great, and then you can just tell harmony was was a very emotional. Yeah. Seeing a dad and daughter singing I. Felt while we were doing it and you can sing to you had some good range. It was great and it was fun I I the those my the chance of being a singers was behind me. I'm just happy to be doing stand up and having a comedy special out I. Hope You'll get a chance to see it hours it for you kind of being in show business for so many years and having your daughter come in is it making more protective helping her out leaving her alone Tsinghua any of my advice at all. I think she just wanted to set hurry says like enough of being a famous persons kid llamas do my own thing I got my i. got this figured out. And she's you know it's not easy in a she doesn't have it figured out. She's he's got to do her own pass and like none of us have it figured out but she's got her own ideas of what he wants to do and it's getting more clear. She goes and she's been doing for ten years mean she's been on artists successful. Decade massive hit XS and Os, and that's tough to. You know for for anybody. Then I had you know reduced bigalow made three hundred million dollars. It was like well I get the next one to make three, hundred, million I don't know. Thank. Catching lightning in a job twice. Stuff. But if anybody can do it, she can she's really talented in. So I wanted to come out we'll We'll do something she. So she wanted to and it was fun and then it's last time either of us ever performed because was strep twenty ninth she. Is Really early. Beautiful. She said, well, that's the last time performed at least by that now that's really cool. Yes that was good. I got a couple cookies and want to ask you before we wrap up. But before we do our friends at knits have an important message to share everyone knows what the risks of drunk driving you could get in a crash people get hurt or even killed. Let's take a minute. To look at some surprising statistics, almost twenty nine people in the United States. Die Every day and alcohol impaired vehicle crashes. 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Last few questions for you did three seconds of researches I always do and use the DNA lounge and San Francisco. Yeah. Well, we played you've played there. Yeah. We played there. Yeah. I've abandoned. We played there back in two thousand thirteen it was great. Oh my goodness. It's still there it will. It wasn't two, thousand, thirteen, two, thousand fourteen is when we played there. So it might not be now it was really tough to own a club in San Francisco. Right. Every little warehouses being turned into apartments in the navy complain about the noise and it's like hey. Asshole you moved here. You know about the noise that's right. That's why you wanted to come here. So now you're complaining and so the city did not help us out there and it was like. was in idiot that know that I was one of the owners with my family there. So anytime, somebody dropped a drink that we get sued and. It was like a, it was honestly a sinkhole of money. Some Tech Guy bought, it knows happy and then they wanted to close it. So we had to have a hearing at the city to keep the place open so that we could sell it so that I could lose money. And so I got rid of it. It's it's honestly a it was. It was a nice place in prince played their. Wow you played there. We add the everything stanton I had a great drunken evening one night there. He stayed up to four o'clock in the morning he was playing all night till the audience left you wouldn't get off the stage and the audience is gone is an airy. STRAP THIS UP BABY is as any plans to drink. I gotta go to bed man spore the tired I. Love You. But like you know ten to four and it's kind of like shift. Athlete would like the hanging out. Guys like that you know hearing stories about Brando like. Number Evil is basement a wild ride hope continues but like. The work with guys like Aaron Dean. Harvey Kites L. Semester Stallone. Just doesn't get you better. Who is your favorite host? The that came on your work working there I love Harvey Keitel he's just a nice guy. He was great I mean the guys who probably the best comedic performance were obvious than Tom Hanks and our all those guys. Those guys are talented enough to be the original cast, which is the best compliment I could give to. A comic actor right? You know I. Mean. All it was just it was so many group of good guys we come in. And the musical hosts were incredible. I mean, the the musical guests were incredible. Yeah. Don't just sit here Neil young singing. And Playing Guitar was unbelievable I'm rose running doing a quick change getting from one costumes to the next, and then I just heard Neil young playing is singing. On this of this. And I said, you know what? I guess stop and enjoy this for minute I'll never forget that moment those things like that. Then I remember one time I was in nine sketches I was in every sketch unlock the go-to guy that week I remember like it was just did a quick change. The musical guests was up there I did the change than I did this bit that always gets a laugh. It's like a little quick move you know where it always gets the last. Laugh and do some near the audience. The next sketch was kind of like new What have I was changing cited realized that the musical guest ripped up a picture of the pope, the scenario connor right now. Connor ripped up a picture of the pope and like I didn't not laughing show because I was like questioning getting a hairpiece on at a beard like fake eyeballs or whatever. Yeah. I didn't know what was till after the show and then it causes quite a stir me didn't take much doesn't take much because it's there but like ripping up a picture of the Pope Sokaia. That would work to mold that'll do it. They'll be one of the things that'll piss people off least he didn't bomb. You thought you were bomb, but it was just the well I mean I mean I know certain tricks after you've been doing this a few. No Sir drinks like you know certain tricks are always gonNA work. Yeah, and so if it doesn't work you know. Something's going on here. At any. But. Those are the Times I remember the most that does. Lorne Michaels is a dream maker makes people's dreams over. There was quite quite a phenomenon and it's still goes good. So I hope it continues last question for you. What's your favorite movie? You've ever made You know I. I really want to say I mean it's be Corny to say this, but it's true that I'm always excited about the next one literally. I got this new movie ideas the woman working on for a few months now, and I really think it could be the best one ever made as it. Fifty first dates was a lot of fun movie a lot of chance to see where. I work from my hardest ever worked on DIG Stan Excels Forty China do martial arts movie. and. 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The movie would not have been able to have done that without doctor since. I went to him like many times Dr Shan was. Amazing Greg Guy also would charge me more than like you charge like. Seventy five bucks or thirty five bucks. If you were early charge of thirty, five bucks, you're guy seventy five if you're famous charge me fifteen hundred dollars to do the same shit of seventy five bucks. Finally one of the person who worked from said Shins. You a lot right said Oh man but he also like for me. I figured you know he looked at me like he's got it to speak a little come on mom and you got the money. You're the animal you got this you got ship. Exactly. And I did. So maybe he was right and he did sex me so I own that. That's the bottom line I'm which is a back after Armitage's your back. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Do Scrape talking to you man and congrats on the specials very funny. Asian wives, Mexican kids. Thank you. jerod appreciate admits it's been fun in the appreciate you have me continue success in health for you. Same new get to see down the road somewhere soon I'm sorry I couldn't figure out that other stuff. I. Mean I, have nobody to help me out. I got nobody nobody assistant can work right now and the creative guys. We're not taxman when I've tell us why as soon as you couldn't get it rolling I called my producer stays can you please help us because I don't know what to do. I don't know if I'm doing it wrong if he's doing wrong for both doing it. Wrong. So it worked out I'm so yeah I'm glad. I'm glad we got. You can cut this down to eight minutes. Before and a half. Once, we finish the, you can do stop the rest of get rid of it would appreciate I will thanks brother take care man thank you. Take care. Bye Now Tom Com. Hey Richard I'm just making some copies Tom Stirred Tom Man I'm tom how you doing Richard. The Tom stir making copies Mr Thome dumb Yeah. Tom.

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I was trading some some some some digital stuff as zeros and ones all over the place internet went down flipped on my mobile must have ultimate road warrior. Package how kevin working forgot about gun. Rv live in rural area solid connection mobile. Must-have dot com. So what they do. I started my day today at About six thirty. And i look at the window whole by the way Today's program has sound effects. We happens when. I'm here in the van. The river in cherokee north carolina brought to you by kubota because brian's mowing the lawn zero. Turn today and you might hear that in the background. But i started early in oak across the field here by the pool. There's jone-jones campground. And she's she's up there by cleaning the boys. I walked up there as beautiful morning. And i walked up and i said dumb kind of kind of in with a smile jokingly a little bit hey you need a pool boy or pool girl or pull something to take care of your pool for you and she goes she. She literally turns a michigan's okay puts a cigarette down. Put your coffee down and pauses cleaning all shot. And she goes. I used to have somebody clean my pool but that'd be inside my house over there. I be with my cigarette. My coffee looking at the window and the mist coming over the mountains. It's cool morning and the the steam is rising from the pool is just beautiful. The sun is rising and Man it's awesome. And i thought i got a fire that dude i i don't i. Yeah okay isn't it coal when somebody figures out that don't wanna do is which actually did wanna do something psychological going award for. We'll do that another podcast. If not would just make up the word podcasts. Him you know how that is So the book thing you something that book. Thanks for that by the appreciate that I was looking for the happy ending. Not technically i mean this is scott logic if you write an autobiography about your book. It's not going to have a happy if your books and autobiography it's probably not going to have a happy ending right. Just makes sense because we all die in fact technically we stretch that a little bit further. It's entirely possible that you can't finish your book probably have as you. What the full story. You can't finish your own book. Tell me i'm not right with that. Okay anyway if you wrote a book about yourself today about the person that you have become today would it have a happy ending give. We didn't go that far. We just today just today. Would it have a happy ending. So let me give you some context. Here is a portion of my day is spent interacting for those. You don't know what that means it's gonna zoom calls and stuff like that with people meeting people in person talking communicating helping stuff. I have clients around the world clients or people who give me money Than they do. So i talked with him and at school now usually. They're pretty upbeat. They show up. They're sitting up straight the chin height. Sometimes they have the shoot on the whole thing. Sometimes they don't sometimes they're in a t shirt and whatever the matter to me and open there open at problem solving loosely. There a little bit like. Hey come on just community answers. I'm looking for today. I'm seeking answers to me now and waiting. I will take my notes like a good goldstar student. Let's go there one of ice as cool. I market a little bit. It's kinda fun because ultimately kinda guy this let's have a conversation. Let's work it out. Let's figure it out. that's listen. It's fine the way to where we want to go. Let's relax let's take a breath. Let's get the confession. I'll away in about thirty or forty minutes. You will relax and the answers will come. That's what happens when relaxing life a little bit. You might have noticed if you push too hard and work hard and seek to heart and don't just breathe and take a minute give yourself some white space heart. Find it's hard to find the stuff you wanna find. Somebody's gonna they're gonna transcribe that sentence right there and they said that was pretty good stuff he put in there. I didn't see that one coming usually with my clients. Eight emesa say scott. I just need help getting out of my own way. I need to get my act together. I know a couple of things first off what we'll talk about the second or it. When i do if you can get on the phone with me if you can be a client of mine. It's not inexpensive. It's it's not the most expensive thing in the world but it's it's it's not the thing that you would say it wouldn't be you'd you'd go eat lunch before you hired me right if you can sit and talk to me if you can pay bill consistently you kinda sorta have your act together. I'm just saying okay. Get more scott logic there. But that's where writing. The book comes into play here because they say that they say hey. I need to get out of my own way. I need to get my act together. We can fix this. Let me ask you a question before we begin. If you were to write a book about yourself in the future not the one day now. The one you sent me. That was really bad but the one of the future would it have a happy ending. Yeah figured excited you know what happens. Is they sit up back a little bit to get. There will smile on their face. Like my god. I mean they know what it would be they do they already know it and yet they can't get them to do it. That's cool. That's what i'm here for. So yeah yeah i would. That's why i'm here today. You're gonna help me do that right. Another question if you were to write a book today What answer be i mean. The future will be yes. That's why i'm here. Today is going to be good book with happening right but if you were to write a book today you know nothing when you send me. 'cause that's unfair to bad. Would you write another book today. What would it be well It'd be average. I guess because. I've already done that because haven't done things have to grade. It wouldn't be it. Wouldn't be wouldn't be bad. Did it probably wouldn't be book. Anybody would read. Yes you bet. You read your own book. Didn't yeah. i. I proved rented everything. There's not one typo in there. That's the most important thing there'd be typos and grammar. Thank god for grammar early second. You're saying that you read boring books that don't get you excited. That don't inspire you. They don't make you do the things you wanna do. I really good bucks a so. The only book you read that was boring. Unexciting aspiring was. What about your life. Right wow would die way. Okay so i'm mocking a little bit here and fun. Funnier obviously because this is kind of the way i like to do. Because we're making a point. Absurd point to get to the point. That's all there is to it and if you don't get that kind of way of beating around be proverbial bush defy to put your defenses down and get your laughing a little bit and thinking about it. Think about the concept here. If your life today the one you built today's borgen average and not exciting and you to write one here in a couple of years and you want to be better than that. What would you do if you haven't read the book you wrote about your life today. Why in hell would you live the life you got today. Why would you not make those changes. Why would you sit around waiting for somebody to say you can do it and give permission to go. Why would you not do it kemp. Sorry that's usually reserved for really expensive clients. You got it today for like nothing so as a conversation continues. I make these points and this was funny too. I really do this. I i'm i surprise myself. Listen i grew up guy that was kinda fun making movies making. Tv shows doing voiceover on the radio shock jock all that kind of stuff for me to talk like this is like well we're gonna go from. I read books. I got smart. You can do to reduce for myself in abandoned by the river so all of us getting her own way. That's my first answer. All of us get in her own way. That's how we learned right so think about it when you were a baby you stumble the bubble in tripped over yourself right. That's how you learn. If you didn't get out of your own way you're gonna trip. You had to figure that out we learn that and and we all have our act together. We do know scott. I don't have my. My act. Is the worst i worked at. You wouldn't if you put my act in a play on on broadway. It would go out of business okay. Maybe that's okay it but it is the actor in right now right. It's not the act that you want to be in. It's not the act that you're gonna be and it's not the you should be an accurate today right so we accept that so we all get in our own way into. We learn to manage that. And secondly what director in right. I was act rain right now to recognize. We want another act. That's called growth. So that's the first thing. I don't care where you right now. You can fix it now that needs to be fixed but can so the second thing is as people who live in averagely life and i love that word. I just started using that word. The other two average leads is kind of cool. It's a reward. I looked it up. People who have an average life almost always spend more time chasing squirrels and shiny objects than focusing on actions set create consistent results. They want chased shape shifting. It's it's kind of consumers living if you will. It's like what's the next thing. What's the next thing that pops in front of me that i'm going to react to what's on sale today. What's the bogo. that's kind of what it is and people live in averagely life. That's what they end up doing the chasing the shiny objects and it's exhausting by the way particularly if you want something different than that and you will eventually at some point wants something different to that while you chase. Everything was great exhausting. i'm tired. I can't catch a squirrel. Anyway why do we keep chasing the squirrel and that shoddy thing. It's not really shiny when i get to. It's kind of boring to many people of chases saudi object. They put their hand on it. Because i said do not touch and nobody knows why not to talk but when you touch the shiny object it gets dole. It's not pretty when you catch it anyway. So why do it or three say you gotta think like a business person like a successful person. Successful businesspeople implement actions that get results actions. That are sustainable. The customers like it. They get money. They can pay their employees stay business. They pay attention to the economics. The health the attitude the culture all that stuff of their business in other words they figure out what works and they keep doing it. This drifting in the wind so Average person basically chase a squirrel drifts in the win touches the object. And it's like why is great successful. People think like a businessperson they implement. Action get results. They are sustainable. They make sure this is able they. They build on them. The groom they look at the economics of culture and everything else and they make that happen. It's still drifting. They just lock it in the cool thing is it's easier doing anyway. You've done that a ten year life anyway right now. it's already there. I can tell you wouldn't be here if you hadn't done some of that stuff. You wouldn't know how to download the podcast you wouldn't you wouldn't have your fancy dancy iphone. Twelve thing that you got you or android. I'm sorry i'm not android guy. I'm just yeah. I'm an apple for a fan man. Profusely fan boy. So you make your own way and you'll figure it out and you do it again. It's simple but how do we do that. Well it's probably the probably tomorrow. But i'll i'll talk about that but you make your way you'll figure out what works. No i've another typo too correct. I'll just do it live here because it's easier than not doing a life. You try anything not being alive. I mean if you're not alive that's harder than if you're alive so while i'm here live alive. I'm just going to forget. It's simple speaking of simple. I have a question for you today. Are you ready for it. Yes i'm ready. Sorry we're answer for just a moment here literally was wait for your answer. If the book were right about today isn't who you are. You can start making question changes today by making some questions and getting some answers right if only you said what would i have to do today to make sure that i had a happy ending only for this hour but this day but this month at the sheer and this decade and this life what what i have to do to make sure i had that happy ending that without using skype i. I really don't even know what happy is bad. And i really don't even look at the freudian slip by have built in about. That's how you. I'm not going to go there because this is a family show except on the weekends and record on the weekends so there you go if i do record on the weekends. It's it's not going to be if you were to write a book about who you are today. Would it bore you or would you make some changes so that you began to get exactly what you want a book that knowledge would you love to but everybody else loves to read as well. What would you do to make that happen. It is up to you. it's up to nobody else up and you can do it today. Why because i said so. I'll give you permission. Slip i promise.

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4.27.21

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4.27.21

"Welcome to the world of models of ball. Now's your chance to turn back unions meaning to this is mc so he has a higher fever now. What the second shot. Then he did when he had cova. What a feeble body he have. What about carbon. Hear any news on kirby cove it. He's still good. That's crazy so eric said he got a shot on friday. Two is usually when you get the side effects that would have been yesterday and he sent me a photo one hundred point eight which is a low grade hundred point eight. Okay sorry. i moved my desk full too far one hundred eight. He should better go ahead hymie. Yeah yeah so. I was at target and he sent me Another photo of the temperature thing. What do you call that the monitor. Yeah and it's still the same thing one hundred point but that's a low great right. Yeah like you still be able to function at one. Hundred point eight i can. I can do things i mean. It's a all it is. He said he goes to bed. Like just a fever. you could function sure. Yeah he got other stuff going on. He got moderna right now. He got pfizer duty. From what i hear. Madonna house the worst side effects should for the sputnik sputnik five for that when the north pole went russian over here pushing the russian vaccine. Now who has me employer des. I saw a little News ticker after watching a sporting event last night They said that the brazilian variant is here north texas. Yeah and that's like the most contagious one. So far is it. That's what i've heard. I will have any variance are there. There's a million so you got to collect them all a got. You heard the commercial. Yeah that's right but brazil apparently is having a rough time. The cova da under control yet the now we got it over here. Didn't they're fearless leader. Just kind of basically run rampant over his country. I don't know like. Don't read the news i i really don't either. It's i'm so happy. Yeah yeah so you're not press at all or more depressed right so anyway. That's why eric's not here. You can't even get out of bed. So i didn't even send them up a link to ara. Isdn thing 'cause it will do the show without because we're gonna do a taste test today but the whole thing plan where he was gonna come in. We were going to test as smelling ability to make sure he was good and ready to go back out into society. And then he cancels out. Last-minute thou full speed recovery. I guess whatever you say what do you say that people get well get well godspeed. That's it not full speed toll sweet ahead but you know it's crazy about these vaccines. I'm halfway vaccinated before. I got my first shot. I had a family member tried to talk me out of it. May were saying something like We don't know what the effects of the vaccine will be long term. I so we don't know what the effects of cove is going to be long term. Well you more people recover from cova than die from it. I so well. Most people are okay with the vaccine than die from it. Will you can die from the vaccine. Will you can die from cove it right and this person also believes that cova didn't come from about it was made in a lab in a chinese lab like the world health organization. Somebody in. I can't remember exactly who said that. That's the most likely scenario. Yeah and let's say it's true. I i don't know let's say it's true though you're gonna take your chance was something you can't control that's in your body that was made in the lab versus something that was made in a lab to protect you from the other thing that was made in the lab. You'd rather take your chances and had this virus enter you fine man. That's what it comes down to now like if you're a less revered comfortable If you're comfortable with the chance you take in don't ya. And i'm not gonna i'm not gonna badger someone getting vaccinated. They were just talking about how i shouldn't do. That was my point to them as it's fine if you don't wanna get vaccinated that's totally calm not gonna beat you up over it. That's fine but you're taking your chance either way so. Don't give somebody a hard time for trying to get a vaccine. Because they're picking the lesser of two evils. You also voted for trump by the way your response to that was. It's the lesser of two evils. Well there you go. that's what i'm doing. I'm getting the vaccine because the lesser of two evils. If i think about it this way. Let's say that people that are vaccine die. I'm gonna group dine with celebrities. Some people some friends of mine. My grandparents great-grandma. Let's say we alternative zombies. I'm in a good group. Let's say everyone vaccinated dies and the only people that are alive or the people that are not vaccinated. Do i really wanna live in a world. Where anti vaccine conspiracy theorist whole time. No i'll take my. I'll die. thank you now. That i am halfway vaccinated. Anything that happens to be medically from this point on until i die i could die tomorrow. I can die and twenty years. It doesn't matter. It's all going to be in their mind. It's going to be. Because i got the vaccine doesn't matter when i die. How what the cause of death is and their mind. It's going to be the vaccine you choke on a piece of pizza from From seven l. He wouldn't have done that if he didn't get those the the vaccine. Let's see if work in hanging. It is not i had it on mute hello This is officer. Johnson dallas police department. We're gonna turn this around robocalled. No he's on the phone of the dallas police department and Found your son has wrecked car wrapped around a tree. Eyewitness say he was going up one hundred miles over the speed limit We found this is phone in his hand. It was apparently sexting and driving and had a bottle of jameson between his legs Okay thank you officer. I appreciate that something. Just doesn't sound right. I think it's it's gotta be that madonna. Well they said he was sexting and driving going hundred miles over the speed limit and drunk You don't think that was it now. I think there was something else. I think he had some sort of a gps device implanted in them because of the modern. And that's what made him go crazy Yes we found your son dad at a motel six Pull them out. it was Was covered in cocaine man. I gotta tell you my favorite movies scarface. And i'd never seen so much cocaine in one room. Looks like he partied too hard. We also found three strippers of the room with them and They're fine ladies have a good one. Yeah they're fine. You know it was just a normal day for them but apparently it was too much for your son But at least he went out having a ball saying camera here able. Yeah oh thank you officer. I appreciate that something doesn't sound right. I don't think it was that madeira. He should've taken that back in. Two thousand twenty one so. Let me just emphasize. There is so much cocaine. Roy pulled them out of that hotel room hill. Like a powder dow hat you officer that it makes a lot more sense yes. Something's not right. it was that madonna. He probably just had a seizure. Modern yeah does it matter. I could fall off the scooter. Now break my leg and it would have been. Because i got the vaccine either way if you want to get the vaccine if you don't want to get the vaccine that's fine you do you. Don't bully people either way like i feel like i'm signing up for not like this is my why didn't get drafted. But i'm doing what i can as an american to help keep this country safe. I did my part for america. Serve my country. I should get a purple heart at point You should because i might learn. I thought your for your leg. No no. that wasn't serving my country. That was just a freak accident. Me getting the madeira shot. that serve. Andre yeah are you going to get clark. Yeah eventually i'm just waiting yeah I have to get my car repaired. The new one that you just got. Yeah let's not brand new. He used means lord. I got to spend a little money in little time on it. They're going to do that. Yeah and you get the shot. Yeah you're the shots free really. Yeah you sign up. Oh and then they just poke you and go because i only see rich white people getting shot. It's thirty seconds or less really. yeah the shot is i mean waiting for. I was there for forty five minutes at walmart. But do they have sputnik. They don't but they will j. j. back on the shelves here. Yeah after this week is what i read our friend. Ufo joe was on his way to get his when they cancelled the jj j. o. He was going to get his. Jj i i don't know why anybody would trust j. j. with anything when i saw that they were working on a vaccine months ago. I was like this can't be good. This isn't going to anyway No more tears shampoo ever really work no never worked and they had problems ever since i've been alive there's been some sort of problem with jj products like there's some sort of lawsuit going on. I don't understand why they got the contract to work on this backseat. Because they got it out there fast. That's the thing is a lot of the a lot of the funding cut office soon. As there was a solution to people that were working on stuff. That didn't get there quick. Just got all their funding and stuff pulled trying to think of somebody that does shoddy work. That is still a business. We used to have one on the show now and then we did. Yeah he used to be in. The same building is us. Oh hi what. They enlisted hymie because they they know. You works well with needles. Yeah to administer the shot right and then everyone has some sort of gangrene afterward. He couldn't get it himself. Yeah i get vaccinated trust. I'll turn but but just like the just the way he interacts with people. Are you gonna get the shot yourself. Nah nah nah. I don't know what's in it. I don't know what's it that's it hymie is the j j. of the vaccine world you know but during has been around forever so it's jj but madonna's been around forever five has been around forever and pfizer make robitussin. I don't know but you know these people have a pre make and it does a good job right. I don't know what do you mean you don't know yes it works. Yeah you know what i mean. These are people that have a proven track record. That haven't you don't see their name in the news every other year with some sort of issue. Jj do i don't know why Who green lit that. Who rubber-stamp that but that did happen during the trump era so well. I think i honestly didn't really matter if they need something. At least eighty percents effect of. We're going to give it some serious look. yeah effective. we'll see if everyone else. All these big waves like the smart people saying. Hey we need to shots to make this thing work and changes as well. You know what i think. I'm going to do it in one shot. I want to be like Can you really do it in one shot. What do you know that. These people doubt they did they. Just you know you got a little bonus with yeah because of the slight compromise but if you survive it's fine beckley anyway i i've seen a bunch of stuff this week or the past couple of weeks was that i've had on the schedule but i haven't been able to talk about because we ran out in time. One of them was bad trip. The andrei prank movie That was really good. I actually really enjoyed him very interested in that is i loved his show Just his standup was ter standards. Awful but the show is great and it's like his show but with a story line and more coherent I think it's great. Animal bruce in their hannibal's not in it so the movies great. And it's better than. I think they hired the people that jackass jackass The ones with the pranks in the movie right. They hired them to do it because they've done this before. But i think it was better than the jack ass movies because the jackass movies or like what was it bad grandpa or whatever it was those just seem like they had the bits plan first and then sort of made a half ass story around it. This one felt like it was a very coherent okay and the bits that they wrote a pull off. I thought were better. And it made me. Because i always am amazed with because there's so many moving parts especially with a prank show right and they gotta do these pranks four or five times. I take the best. Take you know with different people. Aren't you could also throw like the borat movie in with. I think it was better than the second borat movie. Yeah honest says although they weren't doing physical pranks i mean. That's what sasha. Baron cohen was basically doing pranking people them knowing. But this is like they're doing crazy stuff. In a eric andrea stuff is always over the top right and it's like first off. You got to make it believable. Which they do which is incredible on its own. Then there's so many moving parts and they have to do again. Yeah they do again they do these four five times to get the best reaction bestmark. You know that kind of right and then they go so just the the sheer production side of things just watching a movie and see how they put it all together and it's this clean is just amazing so i mean from whatever aspect from the entertainment view point of view of things. It was fun. I loved it But from from like the production side of things. It's looking at how they've kind of put pieces together. I love that too. So i i enjoyed it in two ways. So it's good. I recommend it and then you said you saw thunder thighs. Thunder thunder force. I liked it. I thought it was better than it was better than what i was anticipating it being. Yeah i honestly have no idea slung across this movie. Well i think. I think i think he's never one movie in the world for a day. Was it or something like that. Yeah i think like the netflix. The auto play thing. Yeah and i think axe only just Like rolled over on higher and just started playing. And i was just like oh this to see how this plays out and yeah i wasn't horrible. It was ridiculous in some ways. Yeah i thought the best part of it. The only thing. I'm gonna really really say about it. The best part was jason bateman. Yeah oh he's the best part any movie. Yeah it the the so. The short term premise of it is apparently this is There's a asteroid. They came to earth like in the eighties or something and gave all these people superpowers. So this isn't part of like the dc or mcu universe. It's like just a stand alone superhero. Movie where both women are rather large. And i don't even really think they were like superhuman. Be there just a bigger than your average would. Yeah they're thick Magazine average hollywood model in muslim mccarthy like actually looked better in the awesome weight and yeah. She's really been working on her weight There's some great melissa. Mccarthy larry is funny she Is this this movie. Though the only thing. I found out that that i found not really weird with it but i was just kind of think they were going for this with this. Most mark mccarthy character and then be quite honest with you they might have achieved the closest. You could get to this but her character really reminded me of chris farley. Yeah and that's a lot of her roles though if you really think about it hurls are very chris farley centric very physical but this one was kind of a little bit more the idiot. Yeah and that was. That was actually really kind of refreshing. Yeah it was. It was good to see that and she can pull it off. Just one of the people that can really put on chris farley because i think like we had little trips with also yeah. I mean he didn't really ever become a a main big star and i think kevin james is not i love kevin james kevin. James is it not kevin. James is great but like. We're not chris chris farley. He's more john candy right right and you know all of john john candy to and you know john candy and chris farley are two totally different things. But what's mccarthy really. i don't know. I found her character. Lovable although i thought the octavia spencer her character was just like it wasn't basically it was for the first hour and a half. It's just like. I'm just going to judge everybody here or mostly muslim mccarthy and i got that was like okay we gotta gotta find a way to loosen that character up a little bit earlier but Yeah it was just a. It was a fun movie. I agree with you that jason bateman was fantastic and he plays like a half man. Half lobster. Thing is you. Don't know that he has lost her call right at a regular day He has it was like it was just a show up like this and i. And here's the point. And i need to. I need the preface something. When i saw this movie i wasn't in the right state of mind right and i didn't know it was like i. I basically kind of us that it was a documentary. I'm no no no. I missed the first like three minutes where it talked about the asteroid and everything. So i'm just kind of sitting. I don't remember that part to be honest. Yeah see i don't i. I re watched it. And i was like. Oh okay now. This makes total sense. Yeah of all these parts. I was kind of missing. But i didn't know anything about the asteroid superhero. And i'm watching jason in this from this far the chest and all of a sudden it just it just pains back and then as lobster harms. I died laughing. There's so many great that that whole bit. From when you see jason you know. One is a his debut on the screen. All the way into the end is so great. Yeah yeah and he plays he plays it so straight. Jason bateman has got to be one of the greatest straight men of all time. Because we're part was i watched I watched him in as art. Yeah and i could not finish those. It is a little slow but it's good. It's i don't know. Maybe i might give it a revisit here but like his character. I was just It was actually one of the characters. I i didn't like i didn't like him. Not like i did the guy in. What is the the family movie or family. Move family show arrest development. Yeah the same guy though. He just say guy recently but for some reason. It's i like him in this content. It's the context. it is. Yeah it is. 'cause he's he's on the dark side ozark. Yeah but still playing the same kind of character right but in this one. He's almost just kind of like the peanut gallery. And just the when the reveal of the lobster arms. Will you over the top if you really weren't expecting it and had no context of the situation so too good shows to watch on netflix. Which honestly. I haven't been watching that much i've been on. Hbo max bench. But those are two good netflix. 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I'd be mrs doubtfire in the apartment or a arrest development or i was actually seriously thinking about this if i first off of that show because i'm not i don't like social media now. If i was thirteen. I would rob because i used to be catfish all the time. I was talking chicks. All the time on social media back then chatrooms all that stuff aim. But now i don't do any of that. I've talked to people in real life like an adult so long as socially distance setting right and they've been vaccinated and we're both wearing masks and six feet apart and it's open air right but that's what i do now so i think it would be terrible for me to be on that show. I don't think that'd be very entertaining so awesome to see you read your texts to people smiley face sin it. Yeah see the other thing. I don't want them to. They're always filming in private. I may say something to myself. That's very offensive to so many other people. I don't want them to see all that stuff. So many things. I hide from people so i can be likeable and then i don't want to go on the see that whole that's the game though. None of that part is not the game that me and my apartment isn't the game that just the entertainment part of it. But i'm going to be bad. I'm gonna be canceled after. I get off of that show. That's fun like you just have to get through the other contestants. That's the part. That i wouldn't be good enough i think you would. You just described that you play that game in real life. I don't know that. I would truly go in as lady g. I think i would be myself. So i don't get caught in a lie. I kinda like chris debt. Plus you think about it. Nice guys finish last in most cases but in the circle nice guys finish first the one time. You've seen it right right. Well you think about it. The nicest guys are the ones who were the last remaining. Chris shoe-bomber or whatever. His name was Who wants some act down snell. Joe's yeah yeah wasn't yeah. Joey was the guy she bombed came in. Second he did was though sammy. All those were the nicest people the start with and they for the most part played themselves as that black guy who played his girlfriend but he was a nice guy. And all of that niceness came out. And that's what got him to the top. So i think i would play myself because i for the most part moniz guy so i think that that would translate well on the game. I mean the laugh out loud Yeah i think i would just use a If i was on it. I think i would just use a skinny pictures of. Yep yep yep exactly and then when they see you when you voted off. They're like oh my gosh shamu. The reason. Why bring up the circle. We will do that. We'll go through the application process. But wait 'til air is better and we'll all do it On the show. We'll do it at the same time. I think we should make. Eric should really do it. I think he's already working on. That are good But the reason why i bring up the circle is Buzzfeed a couple of weeks ago printed this article imprinted. What do they rent. Posted this article. The cast of netflix's the circle a year later. So i saw this facebook. And i know chris athletes doing a year later. Uh-huh so i wanna see our best feed salary. Fat fact checking a buzzfeed. I just want to see what everyone else is doing. And what buzzfeed says that christie's got it. Yeah because i know what he's actually doing. So i'm not going to go through the whole cast but i'm gonna. I'm gonna give you an idea before we get down to chris. I sent this to eric when it came out and we both had the same thought so alana. She was that kind of hot model chick from from texas. She was voted off like day. One so i was like what is she doing now. She's still a model and she signed a bunch of stuff where you know a bunch of deals with aston models. I don't know who that is I'm just going to skip through here. Karen karen she was the the older lesbian lady. Who is playing the. Yeah the younger Chick he was awesome. She was great. Karen is working music tv and film. She's partnered with streetwear clothing. Brands like crown. Glory rumors of war arm. The animals bla-bla-bla do a bunch of stuff in a year. That's great Maranda she was the girl that the tattered up skinny girl that had a little thing with. Joey yeah what she's doing now More she's hot. Yeah fallen her on instagram. I thought she was. I said that y'all gave me about it well. She wasn't hot on the show. No she does. She was just hot now known as she was all right when i saw the show. I'm like no there's like a deep ellum bar back. That's right that's all. You didn't like it right i i. It reminded me of all the girls that worked a victory. I had no chance with cheese continuum model. She's modeling and she's partner with brands like lounge underwear and lello sex toys. Whatever that all right. Yeah Alex you guys were alex weird guy. That's the other reason why i don't want to sign up because what they do pick me and on the alex member. He's like the cat artist guy. Calm offense that would have been me. What do they love patriot. Pete i'll do as patriot. I forget was. He is real person or did he. He was real person. Kahad i think that guy. Yeah actually i don't remember. I think he is china. But i can't remember. I don't even remember half the people's name His social media presence mostly doodle animation videos pictures of adorable cats. He's focused in working in film and art and stuff like that so i bet that guy is a pair lederhosen sammy with nearly one million followers on instagram. Sammy as killing the game. Not only has you racked up collaboration with savage acts. Fendi know what that is. i say that right. yeah frame boo i buy direct which is also managed to snag a mass degree while in quarantine. Awesome big things around the corner for this one. I've always liked sammy. Shoe bomb. what is he doing. He's he's new. Heisenberg Since the circle choubey seems have taken a liking the social media especially with tiktok he throughout his first pitch virtually at the arizona diamondbacks game and lonzo zone merch store. That work of virtual first pitch. You play you do it on playstation the we. We need to look into that. You get mike to throw out the first pitch at rangers. Virtually my vr headset. It still does george bush. Do they do something like that for ceremonial for nba. Games As i would like to get mike do for the wings is so now louisiana crest so we all know occurs to do it a year later. 'bout what buzzfeed says it's all these people have done this really great things. They've used the circle to their advantage. Now let's go to chris since the circle. Chris has been living his best life. You know buzzfeed hit him up so it. Can you please tell us what you're doing girl. I've been living my best life which was living before right. That's what he always. Would you ask him how he's doing is always living the best life. He's all over instagram with bright colored fashion funny clips and inspirational messages okay. He was doing that before the circle in the past years the past year. He's gotten braces and nail down partnerships with the manscaping. Air sculpt and then. He's on camera. Chris really popular. Oh any lead framing brittany spears. So all these people have done all these amazing things and it's like what did chris do. Oh Chris got a haircut braces margarita and got cova this year in his best life. I don't know. I just thought that was funny. I really wish he would. He would leverage his circle. Stuff a little more but anyway but you know what i mean like all. These people are all these amazing things. And it's like what did christie criss got new windows at his house. Shui was. He's on social media. A lot doesn't sound like much also wrote on. My joker spider wasn't he wasn't he also going to college choubey. Yeah yeah. I think so. Yeah he was. He was really young. So chris choubey aren't doing anything but let's see what joe always doing joys moved l. a. is seems to be doing a bit of modeling and acting and having a lot of fun he wrote and starred in a film called young lion of the west the young lion of the west he wrote he wrote and starred all right that might be worth checking. Yeah and he's also available for cameo blah blah blah blah blah. It's only what everyone's doing really well. That's great i just wish. I just wish. Chris should be doing more. Chris should be way bigger than he is now. I don't know what can you do. That brings historic game. We were going to do this Later on but since we're not doing the taste test today we're going to another game called. Is this the right price. How do we change that Maybe this is the correct price. He give me a ballpark figure. That's been yeah. Maybe you're in the ballpark of year in the ballpark here the ballpark cameo edition and i'm gonna give you guys Celebrities who are on cameo right now and you have to guess what their cameos going for all right there yes there like levels to it or do people just charge. Whatever they want it just You charge whatever you want. I think there's some add on's like if you want a ten minute conversation with them or something like that But we're not going to do all that we're just doing the basic. Hey i just want you to do a message from my granddaughter. She's a big fan. I want you to say happy birthday. Or whatever And that's it so it's just a flat rate so to give you some idea. I'm going to tell you what joey. Cameo is forty-five dollars. We're not going to do these guys. I'm just gonna give you some sort of a point of reference here but as chris sapphires chris at seventy five. Damn give me okay Get out kris at sixty five okay. I'll should be at seventy five. I'll be as manager and take that other. I'll just ask others ask random like celebrity. Because obviously tom cruise is not on kimia now. But let's say would like richard haskins. Who is mr belding from. Saved by the bell. I think that's his name. Is dennis haskins or richard haskins on Yeah he would be like twenty five bucks a month. I don't know. I'm just trying to like formulate in my head. I want to give you some sort of. Let me give you real celebrity. Yeah give me a real celebrity. Tony hawk ninety bucks yet. It he'd have to be three fears. I think two hundred and fifty bucks slough and that's just if like. Hey i want to send my friend. Who's a big tony hawk. Fan a congratulations on winning skateboard contest. Tony will rubber me from gleaming the cube and these videos can be as long or short as as the celebrity wants right. They could be a three minute video to. There's no time it's just like. Hey here's just send them a message for two hundred and fifty bucks. Tony hawk wilson your guy message all right you guys ready to play. Yeah all right. We're going to start with this vanilla. Ice vanilla ice is he's from dallas went to name him fourth. I think so fun fact. Richard newman smell the the studio. We used to do 'em z. Live event the producer one of the producers there at that studio one of the engineers produced ice ice baby and was asked by the record comedy. Whatever hey do you wanna take a cut up front or do you wanna do royalties. And he thought the songs trash. It's never gonna go anywhere so he says i'll just cut up front so he got his cut up front. He's kicking off because he could've made a bunch of money off that song he did get one of those like gold or silver records or whatever the was hanging on the wall the studio But anyway the little fun fact. They're how much is vanilla ice. I will say you got a bit again. I will bid fifty five dollars. All right. i'm goin. Half a tony hawk. One twenty five. You're both wrong. Vanilla ice is three hundred ninety nine dollars actual retail price as low as soon as the tv show popular though it does he still have a tv where yeah. I forgot about that until just now. I used to see it when i was at the physical therapy office. They would have it on now. Whatever channel was on it so while you were using physical therapy they were doing emotional damage to yeah. That's why haven't gotten the voice when i actually I haven't gone back cova. Didn't want to call the old people drag something in and then the next thing i know they lose all their clientele. All right you ready for this next one fran drescher from the nanny which is now available on hbo. Max what has she done other than the nanny me did that did she do she more research position in the beast with timothy dalton. Wishy the beast see. I always thought that we were talking about this before. I always thought that framed. Roger was kinda hot i no she was. He's attractive. she's still kind of hot. I was not into that voice. What about You think she plays that up a little bit though. Yeah absolutely that's Okay brian dresser now. Been on tv. I mean the nanny was very very popular show. Yeah but that's not the ever. How many years now. Twenty twenty five years. Yeah and then. Her other show wasn't that popular. She hasn't really worked recently. Going with an even hundred hundred dollars locked in clark say eighty five eighty five dollars. Actual retail price has five hundred dollars. Does it tell you like how popular they are like. If they actually get a lot of work you can see the reviews. I couldn't think of anything. I would spend five hundred dollars less on then a fifteen second video fran drescher. You wanna hear one of video you can do it If i've got early don't do. This is what somebody spent. Five hundred dollars on irene and analysts. Knee grandeur azure. How are you guys all. I wanted to wish you just the happiest healthiest eleven. Th anniversary what a triumph comp. I'll to be honest with you. Still looks really good. I'm sure she does. And there's nothing against. Fran drescher. All i would say to. I'd say fifty seven. Also get up. I would but i don't wanna be accused of cheating on this game. How old is fran drescher sixty three. Wow close but she's got a great look and face as she's like Like i don't think she had worked on really. She's like the man steenburgen who still looks. Great yeah gabby like tony danza. And who you gonna fix me up with the ready. Why do you guys get to be happy and me. I'm alone like oh we'll go anywhere together. Five hundred bucks to pitch me to fran drescher ball. Okay out of five hundred dollars. Has i was like why does she sounds so damn happy. Then i was like oh yeah. She's got five hundred bucks for this but maybe the university did me to discover myself. But now i'm going to help you discover that discovered myself. So what are you gonna do how you can help. Fay how can. I be happy issue parts. We paid you hundred now. You want our advice. Yeah exactly we're gonna need that five hundred at least four ninety nine my serve the formula that makes it work and i'm so happy for you and i wish you good health and long life and many many more wonderful years to get there and you just play this whole video because i want to see how long it is because if you spend five hundred dollars should at least give you five minute video at least one hundred dollars a minute. It's been like thirty seconds and it looks like rag on only fans you get a lot more at a custom video that five hundred dollars in real life thinking what you know playstation five to you guys gotta. Kansas ends at that or promoting bad doing that over there. I found that organization. I wanna help you guys stay healthy and well and you can find out everything that i can offer you over there so do all my friends you know you imagine five hundred dollars or promotional video. Well you like we really love fran drescher. We met watching the nanny. And you know here. We are together eleven years now because of fran drescher in the nanny. Let's put our money together. Get a nice little anniversary gift for ourselves and ends up being a promo. Forget that yes sounds like. Let's get it on the show. Yeah it'd be like. Burt ward promoting Gentle giants stuff here all right. How about this. How about jerry springer. Okay so jerry has show on tv right now currently jerry or whatever it is springer that might be fighting in court now know who's doing that. Yeah i t was supposed to have court. I was asked to potentially be on that team really. Yeah that's a another thing. I take talked about it yet. But i'm going to grand jerry seinfeld andrea ashes. Five hundred springer springer would be more audio. Seinfeld would be yeah. Car payment like your car to make this a little bit easier. You can be within fifty bucks okay. I'm still so you're at one hundred. No thousand thousand. I think he's yeah he could make double friend restroom seven hundred all right. Actual retail price is one thirty five c. There's no really there's no real rhyme or reason he doesn't know the pricing you does not know his word or you know that's the problem. I have with this game. Because i'm thinking about like what i would spend. I would spend seventy dollars on anything on any of these. Yeah yeah i. I would if we could for the show do some cameos and get some celebrities. Say some crazy. I would pay for that. But i don't think they would read our scripts. Yeah that's the other thing. They have to pay all the money and write them the things you want them to say but they ultimately have not all right. Here we go. Here's a current celebrity lindsay. Lo han she's hard up for money and more than friends. The has the Who is more popular fran or lindsay. lohan I think. Okay on cameo. I mean in general. It's going to be low hand. Yeah i way more visible for way. Longer i'd say lindsay lohan hand about eight hundred dollars. I'm going back to the thousand right. Actual retail price is three hundred. Seventy five dollars which which honestly that price range for like top tier celebrities. I've seen that's that's average right like sometimes you'll get snoop dogg come on for a week or two do cameos. He's like seven hundred dollars but he's on there all the time you know so just to kind of give you guys a little bit more of a reference there about this. Nba legend denis rodman. Fifty bucks You're just trying to give. He's trying to get you know he's got a. It's got to be more than that lies. North korea every weekend. That's true although the his old mavericks number ninety one ninety one dollars tell prize is seven hundred fifty dollars. Talk to the worm. Now remember these are actual comrades right guy. But i keep i still yeah just to get mess of the warm and the last dance was last year. That's true but people are paying that. So what who's the most expensive. Oh i have no idea. You can sort by that queen of england Told million dollars. Let's go back down the list here. Let's go to carrot. Top carrot top. The comedian mainstay in vegas. Four hundred and fifty prop comedian four hundred and fifty dollars spider to twenty f- twenty. I'm going to go ahead and give it the spider actual retail price is one hundred fifty dollars hoops. There's over i'm reason to this. It's like bitcoin. There's no reason. Why did you go up or down. Just does what i'm seeing. There's different people in different lists but caitlin jenner for twenty five hundred. It's the most expensive hong cavalieri shark tank twelve hundred pop Hundred twelve hundred. This wonderful yup. All right let me do. Let's do a couple more here ola. Christopher is on the main page here noises sixty five. Yeah me do a student. Do you wanna do two more arts bob. Saga how about that bob. Sagat household name many shows roosevelt. Hundred seventy five dollars okay. Three fifty you looking at it. I'm off Expensive yes that's close enough. You're out by dollar three forty nine to bob. You is do one or you went comedians. You wanna musician. You want an athlete. Let's go another athlete all right. Let's do his patrick mahomes on their on the main here on his campaign. Oh that's a good idea. Let's see we can find one. Well let's let's do one then. We'll see if we can find patrick. Jason witten dallas cowboy. Okay sixty bucks. No no no. How dallas cowboy. Yeah but he played during the during this drought that we've been for the past fifty years or whatever. Yeah but still he's. He's like the number one leader of receptions in dallas cowboys history so And if this helps you at all the money goes to charity. Oh does it. Yeah for all this. Not enough for jason for jason witten. Okay so i would say that his is five hundred dollars. All right spider I don't remember sixty dollars. Yeah you that's right. Actual retail price is two hundred eighty. Two dollars just numbers. Eighty two eighty two dollars. I will look it up. Pat mahomes came. Yeah i don't see it. I feel like he's too busy right now to be doing the cameras. Kind of like the surreal life. Remember that show. Yeah it was just like washed up celebrities living together in a house. That's cameo is like if they're busy working consistently they're not gonna have time to be on camera I don't salmon here. Don't get me wrong. There are some people that pop up on camera. And i'm like. I would really love like when snoop dogg pops out. I've always missed them whenever he's popped an uncanny cameo but when he comes up i'd like to. I'm almost like. I wish we could get them to read some stuff for the show. Because i know it's gonna be. I always thought we would have maximum studio and that's not gonna happen or not in studio but on the show at some point. We just never really tried that hard. But i always thought we had time and you know he's dead now the like. It's almost worth the money to pay. Snoop dogg to say some stuff for the show so we can use it for forever about tiger king. Oh oh wow after last year but we miss the grand on him is he. Not the tiger. He's a prison. Yeah let's do. What else do carol baskin. And we'll head out. This wanna start that of carole. Baskin carole baskin No charity of murdering husbands. You know she thinks highly of ourselves on. Yeah three seventy five six hundred bucks. Actual retail price is two ninety nine. I don't know who this tiny angela's but she looks kinda hot when we say who this. She stocks antall's chick. Doc gandules the one in florida right to the groomer. He's the one who always had like a hot nurse or whatever right that was you on different. Yeah too young. Yeah all young. I don't understand who this is. She's hot. I don't remember seeing her on the show be his wife. One of yeah. She's only thirty bucks. She's always wearing a low cut. Hey is your girl. Tony ansell coming at you. Live from the myrtle beach safari. This is i I've been looking for a linkin lawyer tight low rent and your name keeps coming up as highly recommended. I love to sit down and talk with you soon. Talk about getting me some. I don't know what's going on the promotion anyway. I think that was fun. We'll we'll try to do this bit again with other things. I want to do it with only fan But it had to be people you don't know and i have to read the description about people we do now only fans. Have you know people that i know on only on like you know people that are only like you know. There's some creators that are taught adult stuff. Just be whatever we might pull up. Random profiles on. I think is not yet. I think the stuff that actually makes money is right. I saw somebody's lady. Jeez only fan. Oh be posted her Earnings on that like in a month was like seventeen thousand or three months like seventeen thousand something like that. I don't know. I thought oh shop you know me yes. You're not come on man you know people are into that. I'm not talking. I understand like the trans sexual thing. But i'm talking about lady g in particular. That's what i'm talking about like. There's other transgender. That makes me think i could. I could earn like you. Take your shoes off right now. You're at least what do you think you are right now. Who you oh. No no no no. I'm not gonna go. i'm not gonna go like you don't have your face. No no. I'm just saying like that's what i'm saying. I could just do whatever i'm saying. Mars the weight that you have right now on your chest. i know. Make your money that you don't show your face i do. That's what i'm saying. And if i did it i could make like an extra. I don't know hundred fifteen bucks a month. Now listen lady. Jeez boobs are i but she has made clark has all. Yeah thank you and they might even be bigger at this point. He showed her that we had talked about like damn. What if we have a lady g come in and y'all both go topless and we'll see who has the best boobs. This is a horrible idea why we can talk about mortal combat. I like this subject. Better hundred dollars dollars. One hundred dollars for the winner. We'll call it best boobs in dallas. And it's between you and lady g. I think that's great and you know what charity we also clark with. You're gonna be humiliate. We get some money out of our winds. We give them a hundred dollars if the charity organizer pulls it right out of his hand thank you. We gladly accept this. The ronald mcdonald house gladly accepts is one hundred dollars from best boobs. They take your money right. They would not do it. You put it in your bra. No no right talk about border combat than we'll get out of here So you saw it all. Yeah and i'll be honest with you. I'm not a video game fighting fan. Because i'm not very good at it. I played them on played street fighter and played mortal combat. All that stuff. But i am not good at it. I always get my ass. Beat because i'm not a combo guy right back. In the day you had two buttons and directional pad and editor up three b. a. b. b. a. I couldn't remember all that while. Only like playing in the arcades. But i never knew the special moves or the fatalities or anything like that so now. Like if you go to the arcade near us. They have a bunch of that and more money at the time. That kind of stuff will pop up on the screen. Now so you kinda get a little bit of an idea of what you're doing right but at the same way i liked at the arcade but not at home or anything right. And then the arcade. Don't you only have two buttons on those older games. Now are you have four or are you talking about mortal combat. Yeah i think model cars fighting games in general worldcom have five buttons. Because i know like. I've got a teenage not to brag but had the teenage mutant ninja turtle arcade one up a my house rid of your refrigerator for it. Yeah because i had to make space and You know there's only two buttons for every turtle so you got. There's a yeah. It was just very difficult for me to memorize up down this button this button so like now. It's not as bad anymore because we have more buttons on our controllers and stuff push and you got four buttons on usually on Analog do you have an analog sticks. there's more things to hit. You're not hitting the same thing like eighty times so at combos are a little bit easier now but back then if i won a fight with somebody it was because i got lucky and button mashed and happened a lot. Lotta times you had button mash and then you do something really cool and the other person like. Oh my gosh. How'd you do that. Like i don't know. I never really watched the original motor combats either from the ninety s because again. I'm not a huge fighting video game fan so Even a password. It doesn't seem like it would be very good movie. Yeah well okay. So let's let's start at where did see the original back in nineteen ninety five now because that's a that's why that's why things got to work out that we gotta talk about. You gotta talk about the game. Did we like it or not. It was okay. He had to talk about the nineteen ninety-five movie. Did you like mortal combat the game. No no no yeah. Let's talk about the game for for you. I understand it's not that i didn't like it or like i just wasn't good at it so i didn't play. I pretty much sought after mortal kombat too so like when moore no no no no no the video game out on that too like i stopped mortal combat too. Because that's when. I don't know like by then i was in high school and i wasn't really hanging out in the mall arcade anymore. Yeah all right so then. Nine year old. I was smoking in the in the in the men's room uncomfortable here using what was happening. Actually i was hanging out fedex. Hollywood so spencer's so sorry spencer So then there was the movie which i probably saw one time yeah awful oh yeah i mean it's it goes in it's congruent with every nineties video game movie that was made right. That's the thing it's like. It's so hard to make a good movie off a video game especially when the video game is literally just fighting. That is it It's you fighting the other guy. So when i walk into mortar combat the movie. I'm thinking to myself it just going to be a lot of fighting like there's not going to be a lot of story or the story is going to be kind of short or whatever the case may be but it's literally just going to be a fighting movie so i already have that in my head walking into it like it's not going to win best picture we're not gonna be academy award and they're gonna be like The academy award for best picture of all time. The nominations are casa blanca. A beautiful mind. Godzilla vs king kong and mortal kombat. We know too. That aren't gonna make an. I'm not beating you up. Heard people say that like on. Facebook is facebook divided right now. It's like some people loved it. some people hate it. The people that are haiti yet. We're expecting what you expect this. So that's why i was coming back to. the ninety. Five movie is that it was just so unbelievably bad not piece together. Horrible effects awful acting. And what i have seen of this one. The effects are better. And that's what here's what. I was thinking hard. No here so no. I mean the effects are better. It's obviously a better movie like i. I watched the first thirty five minutes. And i've been kind of casually watching it for the for the show. Just kinda see what's going on. Because like i mean you're right sufficing movie. Yeah the hard part about one or combat when you have twelve characters that are playable in the game and you gotta give them all back stories right you gotta you gotta they all come together and get along this in. It's just it's it's it's just so bad at this point that you're you're just rehashing right. This is not this is not a good movie i can. I can just tell it's it might be fun. That's the whole point. It's not supposed to be a good movie. it's just a fun. Gory fighting movie right. So i walked into this movie with that in mind. You walked in your bedroom right well. I had to turn the tv on my remotes. Jacking up so i had to walk through the tv. So that's the mindset. I had and i enjoyed it for what it was gonna be a movie. I watch again probably not but what i liked about. It is first off at the end of the movie. There's some really cool fight seats. Yeah really great fight saints so i really love that the effects are great but what i really really liked about it what i appreciate about it that it felt like ninety sort of cheesy movie like they kept some of that in there they did and i think it was intentional of a montage to the eighties and nineties movie. You know video game era. So i like that if it wasn't intentional. I'm sorry but if it was intentional. I appreciate it because it does make it feel I don't know i just like that. I like the ammash to that. Everything felt very kind of cheesy a ninety s. And that's what. I kind of want my video game riding movie more The thing the that's why a lot of people say about this one this is kind of a a reclamation for the last movie that came out twenty. Five years ago. Which i was like. Well whatever no it wasn't that they're just trying to make money. They're just trying to find a new source material. I i don't know if like i knew that. A new mortal kombat came came out what a year or two ago. Yeah know is extremely popular. I know that people were like all this. I haven't. i've never played. It really is free. So i downloaded it for some special or whatever. I've never played it because again. I'm not good at him. So yeah but it's yeah it's it is what it is it's just I'm i guess. I'm with you like i'm not expecting much. Here's what i will notice right So in the movie again. It's a mortal kombat movie. It's going to have some over the top gory scenes in it right fatality people split in half that kind of thing so there's some scenes in there that really should be like ooh like a head-turner like you know you kind of grosses you out But there is nothing like that in this movie and it's not the movies fault. It's just that there's something about gory scenes today with cgi. that makes it less real me. I'm more freaked out with the fly. The fly Like the the effects and the flight there were practical effects right. Then i then i am the effects and the gore in mortal kombat of twenty. Twenty one yeah. This movie was made back in the nineties eighties. When they use these practical effects it would be more gross. And dr i you know it would be like ooh. I can't believe watching this see. That's why i can't do movies like that anymore. Where it's i'm gonna i'm just gonna watch these vignettes of action and just skip over dialogue anything like that like all bureau thunder force as much better movie than mortal kombat early. So yeah yeah well. There's more of a story right like they were able to create the characters from scratch mark and make a story whereas they already had the care to do all this back and work. I thought it was good for what it was. I think if you wanna have a fun gory fighting movie. That's the movie to go see. It's it's not four hours long. It's like an hour thirty minutes if you take out the credits all right like who. Who doesn't have that much. Time to watch a movie on a friday or saturday night so i think it was good i think. Hbo max's killing it like always. It's worth the fight especially at the so all right. My coffee is done. So i gotta get out here anything to add before next week Now i think we're in may yet next week will be the beginning of may. Yeah yes so. It's a. I think that starts tick season so you need start watching out leaving the house not leaving house. They'll win so they go back and hibernate so i'll be virtual. I'll be like mad. Max on the screen You guys can come in but hopefully next week. Eric is better. And because this show sox's lawful by those great. I loved the cameo game now. Good trip It actually might be better with out air. It would if he what if he was idiot. Savant with like just ripping off prices left and right he. That was his dangerous mind. Yeah three ninety nine. Chaz bono four fifty. He just knew everyone's numbers new at all. Hopefully he's better. He'll be back in next week. Hopefully if he does. We're going to do the taste and smell test and We'll see if he's officially ready to go back in the public. After his covid nineteen stint bell was he goes next week. This is mcc now. Online at mc now dot tv likes on facebook at facebook dot com forward slash mc now.

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Living In A Van Down By The River

The Ross Bolen Podcast

1:29:27 hr | 2 years ago

Living In A Van Down By The River

"Karaz molding. The. Check that deems song right there that it's like two point over three point. Oh, the version brought to you by Sam O'Hare with a little bowl in media remix, baby. There's a little Jim Jones balloons sprinkled in there for everybody who's got really good headphones to, I might make that thing. My like text message ringtone, so it plays out in its entirety every time every single time that I get a text, welcome to episode one hundred eighty three of the Ross bowl in podcast, otherwise known as Rb p one eight three presented by bowling media. I'm your host Ross bowl and here with big time. College grad, internet, Jay AJ. How are you? Pretty good man. Looking forward to tomorrow is Tamara tuition. Yeah. Tomorrow morning. Yeah. We're we're the we're the first one of the day, it's like ten in the morning. You're grouping is the first one of the day. Yeah, the very first of like the entire weekend. So it's going to be at ten in the morning. That other voice you just heard is, of course, producer Mike moody who's joining us in the studio. Today's co host, Mike. It's great to have you back. Hey, what up could be back AJ are you're gonna be doing like the whole song and dance the walking across the stage all that shit. Yeah, I mean I don't I don't make a big ordeal out of it. For me. Graduations, different for me, right? Because I'm older than your traditional college student. Okay. I didn't go through the whole song and dance of like let me get like senior pictures taken. I didn't get a ring. I didn't people don't L AJ's, like forty eight years old forty seven year old man. Yeah. Found view. Exactly. Yeah. But yeah, I don't I don't make a big deal out of it. I just I just I'm just ready to get this diploma in star star grinding I feel you. Caja relations. No souso. Yeah. Thank you. I appreciate it. It's a, it's a big deal, man. Did you see on Twitter yesterday that there, there are people who, who listen to this show, who this entire time, have thought you were black, like Paul? Yes. Crazy. But like I said, because I replied to that threat. Yeah. I'm half black actually. Oh, yeah. From my dad's side. My mom is full blooded Korean. You said you had a Tiger Woods situation basically said, I'm just not as dark. But right. Essentially, it's the same thing, you know, just cracked me up. Mike and I were talking about it off Mike before we started recording before you actually walked in what we do. We talk about you behind your back. Okay. And now we were just laughing like, neither one of us, it'd never struck either one of us that you would even like question. What race you might be because we have obviously, met you in person. But if you had never met either of us, and you're listening to the show. I could totally see how it was like a Paul wall type of deal where you would just assume that you were black dude. What that's probably the case, sometimes with you too. It's like the way that you talk, sometimes just you being from Houston. Kind of have that Houston. Maybe drawl. You know, I've never had anybody hitting me up and be like I thought you were black as anybody. That's the only thing I say that way us. Yeah. But I've never had anybody hit me up and be like, man, I could've sworn you were a black dude till I saw picture of you, I normally say something along the way to expose just how lame in white. I am apparently that just never happened with you. Yeah. It's hard. It's hard to tell sometimes because I was just telling you, I'm let nex right? I have three grandparents from Mexico, but I look and sound like my one grandparent, from the Ukraine, which is awesome. Yeah. It just makes it all the more, he has the strong genes. Yeah. Yeah. Whoever has your most dominant genetics in your pool. Yeah, that's the shit. That's your, your line is going to run with blonde hair blue eyed Mexican boy, right here. There you go. Oh man. Can I bring up something that I read sure online? This is what I wanted to talk about. Let's do it. Did you guys know that in New York City? There are train conductors. They're getting punched in the face by teenagers. Have you heard about the lie? No, no. I'll explain this has happened repeatedly like this is a true story. There are subway train conductors in New York City, right? Okay. They're they're operating the subway. I didn't even realize. Hey, so the, the subways in New York again, I'm the most ignorant person possible when it comes to, to NYC there, there are manned by an actual human just computers. Running those things. There's no, no. I mean it's just like a train. Could having do conductor. He's like, pressing the go button. And I'm assuming is more automated than how it used to be just with technology and whatnot. But they're still someone manning it behind the, the wheel or a guy in, in the in the room that's in charge of controlling each train. So this is how this is happening. These subway train conductors, you know, before they leave after they stopped they have to kinda peek their head out the window and just kind of survey, the situation, which is good. Yeah. Make sure everything. All the people are bored and whatnot like that whole Mike. Yeah. Yeah. They do. So while they're sticking their head out the window teenagers are going up to him and just decking him in the face, like just straight up. They just like they'll pop their head out. And then just someone Landa haymaker just while. So is this kind of, like that deal, where it got real popular to go around just decking, stranger? You shout game and remember. Yeah. People kept dying because you can't just punch people in turns out your head is important. Yes. Kind of fucked up. Yeah. So this is a big deal has happened. This is like the tenth incident just this year dam of a train conductor getting punched in the face. Don't don't punch train conductors. It just reiterates my point that jen's e is the worst. You guys are terrible man. You got to change your ways is e after millennial. Yeah. This is the next generation, like after sub sub millennial. Yeah. I think that's like kinda like before this. Call generated just call them sub millennial. Yes. How did you how did this story come across your desk, j just randomly read it? And I just listen to other stuff to you don't have an uncle who, like, is it train conductor and got punched in the face or anything like that? No, no. Unfortunately, not. That's good. Or fortunately, not as I mentioned, internet Jay's a big time college. Grad now and again, congratulations AJ, thank you. Thank our little personal anecdotes segment on the show today. We like to do a personal anecdote segment, so that people are incentivized not to skip through the intro because that used to be the case. We. Have we had an issue with people skipping through to the first segment or whatever we say, lots of important things at the top of the show? So we need you to stick around for it. So we started doing a personal anecdote. Ours today, AJ I got you a little present to say congratulations for graduating, but also to say thank you for all your hard, work throughout the course of your internship, and, and whatnot, and for everybody who's, like, what happens next with AJ like you're gonna hear at least one call today. We'll question that we're figuring that out. I'm trying. I'm trying to get into a position where I can afford this man in his services before someone else scoops them up a statement on that, too. I mean, if I can address that for, I think I just have to let you know, I'm here. You're fired. Okay. Yes. So, so, yeah, this is our way of letting you know, everybody hits unsubscribe, right? No. But in all seriousness, I am looking for jobs right now. I am actively doing that in the job, search market. Yeah. So people hit you up. I mean obviously, you're one of my references source, of course, just be aware of that. But until that happens until I get something concrete our land something like I still want to be part of this show. You know, you and she's like why we're happy to have you. Yes. And I mean at the end of the day, this is just an amazing opportunity that I really wanted to take advantage of, you know, where we appreciate that. So and, and I'm just learning so much each and every time I come in here, just and like with the work that I do I'm building the incredible portfolio of just stuff that I've done. It's just good for it to be over yet. But like I said, I mean you know, I, I still got to be on the move and, and keep my out for opportunities. Of course, proactive, you know, go to pay tr. Dot com slash Ross. Bohlin podcast is the point and the other point is AJ. You present you were talking the other day about how you have regular ass weird like regular wired headphones. Yeah. And I was like, oh, man, we can't have that aren't weird. Not weird. Just why they're kind of weird twenty nine hundred be walking around with wires. But you we got you some air pods. Oh, nice got him with gang gang gang engraved on the case. And it should be real. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's tight. Nice it should be here today or tomorrow, I got like the shipping notification, whatever before we started according. So I'll bring him in for you. But you aren't my friend wireless so much man, I appreciate it. I wasn't expecting to get anything like I don't expect anything of this other than just you allowing me to come in here and speak. And, you know, just work for you, but I really appreciate this. I mean that's that's great man. Wireless life daughter. I'm very, very grateful for that dope. Congratulations to be scum, like everybody else now, you rich dude. You don't even need a job air pods. You just. The air pods in in your pockets fill up. That's how they were medically. That's how they work Rb. One eighty three is also brought to you by Lisa. Everybody has the right to rest, but the key to getting your best rest, of course, is the right mattress, meet Lisa with two incredible mattress options plus success reason basis for better deep arrest. They're all foam. Leesa mattress is new and improved featuring cooling LSAT two hundred foam for enhanced pressure relief for side sleepers, or you can rest on their hybrid mattress. It used to be called the superior. I think they just call it straight up the hybrid. Mattress now and it's the perfect combination of foam in spring for pressure relief, edged edge support. This is actually the bed that I have the hybrid. Unbelievable. 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Keep the snaps coming take the best ones, and throw them up on her Instagram story at the Rose Bowl in podcast, each and every day, we're also on Twitter at Ross bolan pod, where you're gonna find all the same stuff that goes out on Instagram in terms of regular posts. Anyway, not in terms of the story, but then also additional content a lot more interaction with our followers. Like if you have a question you want answered, and not necessarily to the voice mail, or Email Twitter is a great way to go about interacting with me as well as AJ and Mike to Mike on Twitter doing shit as well. So, I would encourage you as I always have. If you're one of the people who doesn't use Twitter, it is it is not close. It's the best social media network that that exists to me. So we're also on Facebook somewhere to speaking of social media's, but Facebook sucks, and nobody cares happy birthday to been Cup chin yesterday was actually birthday. I hope it was a great one shoutout to Hannibal graduating from Boise state this past weekend Hannibal don't change your name the ride it out. You've got this. It's tight name just don't eat people. That's the key. If your name is Hannibal reminds me of our discussion about a Adolf is Sammer shop that you pass by Adolf. Spark shot. It's the same kind of deal adolph's barbershop on seventy one in Austin shouts to adolph's. What about Hannibal Barez? He's gonna take it back. The comedian Hannibal very good point. Yeah. Like a lot. Yeah he's good. I think the, the sub millennials probably think about Hannibal Barez first before they think. Of Anthony Hopkins, right? By non dudes lag there. They probably don't even know that. He's. Yeah. They don't think about that shit. They don't think about. Silence of the lambs Hannibal lector, nothing. They think about Hannibal Bruce. I think. But yeah oh, also patriots dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast. For those of you who are wondering when I mentioned earlier, what the hell is patriot? It's really just a platform for creators to present their audience with content without having involve advertisers, or any other form of monetization, if they don't want to. So, in our case, we have patriot dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast. We have several tiers to choose from. There's a one dollars ninety nine per month subscription to your that allows you access to all the written content that we do there's a five dollar to your that allows you access to all that written content plus additional podcasts every month, and then there's one hundred dollar to that allows you access to all the other stuff that isn't all the other tiers, plus first dibs and, and conversation with me about the future of the show, both the regular ad based offering and the, the patriot premium content offering. We're gonna do polls on, like, what you'd like to see having with our BP and stuff like that, just for our OG tier, which is that hundred dollar month. Tear. The only reason that tier even exists is because we had so many people reach out saying they wanted to. Tribute to either Rb or bowling media in a more substantial way. And this was the opportunity to plug in something like that. So we did. And it's worked out fantastically. I think we have eleven. Oh, jeez already, which is like just just an incredible amount of support in. It's a huge step forward for us to be able to continue doing all the cool things that we do with this show, and then trying to take steps into the future with shit like, seeing how we can get internet J compensated. For continuing to do work. Whether that's in, like a co hosting type of situation or maybe AJ gets a fulltime job elsewhere that he can't turn down and needs to be able to do like some video content on the side. I gotta be able to pay dude for that. So this is where outside of the regular advertising on these, you know, Monday Wednesday Friday, typically is what we're going to go back to when game of thrones is over shows this is where you can really contribute to what we're doing here and make it. I mean just every day's already like a chaotic mess for me right now in it'll get better eventually down the line like in ten years or whatever. But. Until then just every dollar. We can get in that patriotic count makes things a little bit easier on me. And everything is a little bit more comfortable in a little bit smoother trying to get get this all where needs to be. So we very much appreciate everybody who supported patriot dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast, AJ. I'm gonna give you one opportunity to make amends for all the people that are coming at your head right now. And I know you don't know this yet. I am on this, too. Oh, the avengers crowd is furious with you son knowing reached out to me about this, damn hidden you up about fuck every other phone call on the hotline, I actually had I had a note about this to my huge huge huge of inches. Guy are you not Mike? Yeah. Yeah. Oh, so you're coming up my neck to doctor strange is the shit DJ. This is the most of the people had, they were upset that you didn't like doctor strange, and it was like dude, when you were saying it, I was thinking to myself, God, damn, I really liked that movie. But I didn't wanna say anything because I thought. Maybe that was like that was the avengers fan base take that everybody hated or something. And I was not trying to crawl in bed and get murdered by a bunch of people. So I didn't say shit. Why news, the heartache when I said it by I mean I stand by what why do you guys like doctor strange? Maybe I just don't understand you would appeal to you about it. You explain pretty well, why you don't like it and I respect it one hundred percent. But when I saw the movie and what he does in the vendors movies. He just is like like oil and water. You know what I mean? He comes in, and he just puts everybody in their place. You know, he's like he he even calls Tony stark adduce bag like all the time. And Tony stark is the guy who calls other people do spags. Right. And has the most power to maybe that's what I don't like so much lower that he can just he probably is like the most powerful of injure just in with considering what he's able to do. That's the number one complaint. And I'm not even in this world. That's the complaint that I've heard the most is his power. Over supersedes, everybody else's sort of. So I mean like that stop them. Right. Is as my point is just I don't know. I really like I really like the heroes that are more heroes, quote unquote your ground level. More humid cabin America Spiderman, like you know, I'll take away in terms of marvel like doctor strange. It's probably like my fourth favourite, but I still like him. I'm with you, though. Who's your top cap? Okay. Yeah. We agree on that Kevin America. Oh, they said cat was like, Kat woman now. Pretty sure that's not wrong universe also what yeah okay good. That that's nice. Dude, I need to go watch these movies. I had so many people hitting me up like bro. You have to watch all the engine there. Fluent eleven. Yeah, you could probably ask Mike to give you a guide on what movies you should watch. Yeah. Because Ross wanted to know when movies he should watch before he watches this new event. I didn't wanna watch every so he likes the loop. There's definitely some duds in there. But most of them are pretty damn high quality and really fun. Okay. Guardians of the galaxy, like those are fucking awesome. Dude. I got one day. I can't remember why I was like, finally guardians is the other one that I keep meaning to watch it. I'm like, I'm gonna love this movie is for me. It's right up my alley. Everything about it. And yet, I've never watched I started day NFL asleep. And that was it. I was like I've never gone back. I'm never made the effort and I don't know why I did want. I did want to give a call out or shout out a nameless. Shout out if you will to one young lady who called in said about the vendors take or whatever. And then she explained for about the full two minutes or call got cut off. She probably kept talking long after the line got cut. And she had no idea. She was explaining, how injures the greatest movie ever to watch on acid not venture. Specifically, doctor strange. I'm sorry, told it was a doctor strange. The sympathy, I guessed. And she was arguing that based on, like the way the movie unfolds, and the colors in the. Oh, yeah. The visual effects are are stunning that it's the best movie ever to LSD. Yeah. It's based on some pretty trippy visually, trippy psychedelic comics that written in the sixties, and, yeah, it really represents style on screener, some really creepy shit in that movie. Do they did a good job with that? My favorite part of that. They carried that vise the screen another reason to, to, like, doctor strange. If your Texas native it was co written by Robert Cargill, who is Austin-based writer shit. Yes. Always, yeah. That's always cool. Yeah, we'll Cargill. Yeah about that. He actually does a podcast to you called, what is it? I don't know. He he like dogs on really crappy movies, junk-food cinema. There you go. There you go. I was going to say I bet I can pull it up. Real quick Jong cinema. Online radio. Looks like it's what? It's called nice today. Did you make amends already those only amend? I, I have one. I'm meant to tell you about. Okay, so yesterday, we addressed how it's a mental health awareness, money did. Yeah. We forgot to mention that it's also military appreciation month. Oh shit. Some from the gang reached out to me, obviously, that's very important. I don't know how forgot my dad's retired armies I feel terrible about that now no offence meant these months can be tough when there's like six different things for each month now. So you gotta, you know, the most important ones. We'll try to bring the light when we can, and that certainly is one of them. Yeah. So obviously shout out to all the, the men and women serving in our military, and all the veterans tutor for especially considering we did a shout out in our announcement section to a member of the military yesterday. We probably should've remembered that it was that would've been. That would have been. Shadow the now we're making that amend. So shout out to all shutouts everybody serving out there in honestly, not even just in the United States like if you're serving your country. That's that's a, that's a very big monitorable thing to do. And I think that applies everywhere in the world, not just in the United States, depending on what the fuck your country's fighting for, which is obviously a pointed discussion even here which we won't get into today. That's a whole 'nother show AJ. No, sir lose some listeners with what we're going to do today is much lighter than that. We're gonna do hotline calls and almost exclusively hotline calls. Is this a hotline call extravaganza? It's not you know not not quite an extravaganza. Absolutely not. That's coming Friday, right, wholly different type of animal AJ. The extravaganza is going to take things to another fucking level. Oh, on patriot dot com slash Ross Bohlin podcast here today. Just regular hotline calls, eight W R bolan is our hotline. It's a voicemail. It's a very shitty voicemail one that one that actually is getting commented on more and more and more as of late, I need. To go and change it. I'm aware that I'm going to give me time. I might have same O'Hare make our new one actually the guy who does our incredible intro. And he's done the, the segment transition music and shit like a musical voicemail. Maybe that's what we'll go with. Because if it's me saying Hello. You've reached the Ross bull podcast hotline. This is Ross bowl in, please. Leave a message after the beep. It's like dude, anybody I'm headed. I did the same for my podcast and every time I listen to him like sonic such a fucking dork. It's hard to do a voicemail. Not sound depressing. Hey guys leave him. Most of those meals. Thanks lets me live most. Yeah. Yeah. With pull the bunch of good calls today from the hotline, eight, eight eight WR Boland's, again, the number you can call anytime of day any day of the week any month week year. It doesn't matter. It's, it's open for you. You can, if you need it just event, do it. I don't care. But if you have a question, a hypothetical some kind of complaint, maybe some constructive criticism. Maybe you want throw out a trash or not trash. That's what the hotline is there for eight WR bowling, and we take the best ones, and we play them on the show. Here's your first call today. The second calling from Chicago. And I was just listening to episode one seventy eight and I was wanting to call an answer you about the beluga whales and how you actually start training them. So I was a marine mammals volunteer at the shut aquarium for two years. And so I'm served all of this training, and they use the same training actually for the authors and the belugas and the dolphins and it penguins, and the sea lions, and it's basically the same as dog training. So you would use a whistle and a food to reinforce behaviors that you want, so maybe you have a target, which is a red ball on a pole, and you have the beluga touch touches nose to that target. And when that happens, you blow the whistle. You give the fish and that reinforces that this is what I want you to do. And then maybe you start adding voice signals or hand signals. Along with that. And then you start building upon those behaviors until you get what you want, which could be swimming out to the middle of the pool and jumping, and then coming back to. So it's basically simple that, right? So we talked about how Russian military was allegedly using beluga whales to do scouting catcher say that I think it's so dope that we have gang members from like all different professions in water, while I was by what, what did she says she does? She's like she was a marine at one point. She was a marine mammal. Volunteer it a, an aquarium. They're all assuming in Chicago. Yeah. This is this is this is so cool that she knows about all the pretty, like the coolest place that I see that all play out, the, the different walks of life aspect of what you just touched on is on Snapchat. When I'll get like a snap from a dude in his barracks. Like, you know, it's like the view of his, his military boots, or whatever like in the army listening to the show, then I'll get like a snap from somebody who's on in the back of a tractor on like a farm in. Iowa doing RB farmer gang work listening to the show, then I'll get like this chick, who's a marine, you know, working in the marine mammal, volunteer area, what it's just every single possible does that blow, your mind, just the fact that people are listening and all these different armaments and atmospheres and capacities. Oh, it's crazy. It's fucking nuts. But it does it keep you up at night not anymore. It started Tim when I first started when I first started realizing like the scope of this show, I think, and then I Ron cly that became a lot easier to handle once always, clams and cockles exploded again, for the second or third time arguably the season just because like you know how I always talk about everything is relative. There's never been a better example of that than for me right now. Like if you go look at the numbers that OCC's doing every single day it is dwarfing the numbers that I that I get to see for Rb P in RVP's, a big show. It's a popular show. Yeah. It's. My, my plan livelihood here in that show is just it's a monster by comparison. So, again, if you if you wanted to make the argument that everything is relative. That's a perfect example, like it doesn't diminish. This show that it has a smaller listenership than that show that show is just based on something game of thrones that, so is so mainstream, in so part of the pop culture, lexicon across the world that it allowed it to get to that size, but it doesn't make this show any different than it was before you see what I'm saying, like, yeah, it didn't change what we have here. Right. But it felt it was such a strange perspective to get from those e c numbers, especially at a time where like my main concern in life is making sure that all this goes very well. And so I'm keeping a very close eye on. All right. I'll be crushing it in an like week. One of game of thrones. I was like, oh, maybe we're not crush. That's what I'm pressuring at maybe that's what crushing it looks like. But it's like no, that's that's. It's a great way of putting. It Mike crushing it is whatever it feels like for you. Like, don't let anybody else determine what is or isn't success. Let yourself determine that. Unless you're not capable in which case you should probably let somebody else, do it. But anyway, to get back to our call how you train a beluga whale from marine mammal, volunteer Becca in Chicago. I have always wondered this about fish in marine mammals in particular, because, you know how they do. See world with massive dolphins in the in the well, I don't know what they do now because I know they got in trouble, a lot of the last twenty years, but the whales and the dolphins and all the they do at SeaWorld. I never thought about it like this, that it's pretty similar to the way you train a dog. And that, that's the case for penguins and the other animals she named as well. Will you really just utilizing a whistle and food to reinforce the behaviors you want, and with reward like if you do this, you get a fish, right? So use you're using a whistle or voice in hand signals to communicate. And then you're using the the. Enforcing of the behaviors that you do want versus the she didn't mention if there's a punishment. You'll notice she left that part out, you Spang. I would hope there's not what, what do you do to a whale? You know what I'm saying? Like we had that whole, we had that whole movement of people who still exists. There's a lot of people who don't believe it's okay to, to, to spank children. Right. And that's not a fit way to, to discipline your kids while we will be going nowhere near expressing our opinions one way or the other on that subject, it made me wonder if that will ever happen with dogs, like, is there a sect of people who believe you shouldn't spank your dog? Yes. It's called pita. Oh shit. Okay, what's, what's your take on spanking dogs? I don't have a take on speaking dogs AJ. Do you spank the dog who up? You're wearing a wired you with pita now man. But my dog takes shit on the rug. I give it a little tap on the ash. That's how my dog knows it fucked up. So I'm saying no. And I'm reinforcing it with. I'm not hurting my dog. I'm not a psychopath. I'm sure there are people out there who do. And that's a real problem. But I'm not hurting my fucking dog. Nobody can accuse me of that. And. Well, I guess anybody could accuse me of that. But it's not true. I'm not hurting. My dog AJ put your shirt down. But no I mean I come on. Come on. I'm not I'm not the person to say whether it's right or wrong Spang dogs. All I'm saying is it made me wonder if it's okay to spank a beluga whale, if you're gonna spank a beluga whale, where do you even spank it on the nose? Doesn't have an ass a dog does does it. I don't think Wales have asses getting weird. Yeah. If you try spank away, all gonna bite, your arm off, or just swallow, you swallow you whole you just like live inside the whale for the rest of your life. Honestly, who spanks penguin, honestly now next call AJ. What's up Allen from hills, New York? Into your new one each to and you were talking about to writing new book, you're gonna go by Ross bowl and now and I've always wondered, I don't know if you've ever mentioned it why you go five Ross instead of your first name, like I know I know some friends that do that personal reasons or summer like named after that. But I've always I don't know if you've ever landed. I'm just carrying the gang. Things I have somehow never touched on this. Which is crazy, like, you know, people who go by their middle name. That's very much thing. I am one of those people. My name is William Ross Bohlin, my middle name is Ross. And that's what I've gone by my whole life. So I've always had people. My whole life asked me that question. Why did you decide to go buy your middle name? And in my case, I didn't actually make that decision. My parents did. Right. Like I didn't pop out like a right. William Ross bolan. What's wag my feeling here? With raw. That was my first question. The parents call you Brosseau my parents picked it. They were the ones that went with that with Ross, as my is the name, I was going to identify by, and the reason is every single fucking kid in my grade was name will, like every there were just too many wills when I was a kid migrated middle school was, like sixty kids in, like twenty four of them were named a will you had a friend name will like three of. I five best friends in middle school were named will. I'm not even making a joke. I I've met another will every year my life that somehow way in my friend group, just to work with the will use D. Of course, we'll the freeze is another good friend of mine in will. There's a lot of them. I'm curious. AJ is Jay your middle name Norma last name. Oh, Anthony Johnson high. Oh, right. What C which is very for me. For me my reasoning. It's a very generic name is very boring. I don't I don't know what my parents. Okay. So I just like AJ 'cause I guess, go to your whole argument about just what kind of swagger feeling. Sure. And it's just it's easier to roll off the tongue. You know, ages two letters. Yeah, you didn't like Anthony. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. See you dorky you know. Okay, that's how you feel about William graduating tomorrow. Right. Once you graduate, you can hit that higher swag, car, self Applejack. Oh, there you go. Well, my, my Instagram handle just call myself capital, eight yeah. You have to spell it out. Every single time say that's the rule. Right. That is that is most definitely the rule at least you have like a cool middle name sort. Yeah. Little I mean. Yeah, I've always been torn on my middle name, man. Like I think it's cool now because I made it cool but it was when growing up. This is so cocky, I'm the coolest Ross. I know like I, I me other Ross's that I've always compared or that I've always been aware of we're was mainly Ross Geller. Who's the one that I should on? That was going to say, yeah. Yeah. My entire career is, is from the Ross from friends Ross that we have on the show. Tucker yami. I forgot his last name cross talk yet. Mr. Tucker's awesome. No. They're good Ross's out there. But the one that everybody thinks of his always Ross Geller, it's always the one that gets brought up, and he was always attorney. He was just I mean, he was he was like, the, the, the dinosaur nerd got made fun of and always blew his relationships. And he married a girl who was a lesbian that brought, you know what I mean. It was it was that guy in. So there was never never a super cool Ross to compare yourself, but he did land, Jennifer Aniston. That's true in the end which made it all the more confusing everything fucking hated him. But at the same time I was like, we did it all of us that was Ross. Always win for all the Ross's around the world. So I've always been torn about my middle name like whether or not it fit me, or it was good or whatever, like, I don't know somewhere around, like twenty years old. I wanna say I was just like I don't I don't care about what the fuck. Yeah. I don't I don't I just don't think too much about people's names anymore. It's funny because with AJ you've always been AJ to me. I didn't know that was like what you're full name was, and how you even got AJ out of that, until, like two months in a known you for me. It's kind of weird because that's what I do. Go by is AJ. But sometimes if I, meet certain people that I don't wanna refer to myself, as AJ like obviously, if it's in a more professional capacity. Okay, if I'm trying to network with somebody through doing a job. And if. What up AJ here? Yeah. I'm not gonna do that. So then, you know, obviously some I'm sure with you is the same way in certain situations. You'll refer to yourself as William right? Or am I wrong, only if I get asked like, like, if you had the Bank or something? Yes. Exactly. So if I'm if I'm at somewhere that has an appointment auditor's office or a Bank, or a lawyer, yet, I the time, I'll have to say William, and then what sucks is in a lot of those situations. I've actually already got my shipload than his Ross. And I forget that, like, at the at the pharmacy, every time I go, there like name, I might Ross Bohlin, and they're like, you mean William or the other way around, and I can never remember which one it is I always go in and say the opposite, and they correct me. Yeah, it's just it's it's a pain in the ass. But yeah, there were too many wills man, every it was like will was the most popular white kid name that existed. When I was like born, I know, plenty of wills for sure they're out there. Yeah. So I didn't wanna be another one. I'm ross. Next call. Hey, what's up guys from south listen to the last episode? All the injures AJ was, but brought the quote gotta get yourself. New math and I'm screaming. But real happy brought that up. I really enjoy all the movie line quotes drive similar ones, and with the host of that better day lives, the tribute to his good friend. What if some of your favorite Farley moments, whether it be on an out, or his movies be great to hear? Thank you, who, that's Chris Farley moments. I was just watching Tommy, boy, the other day fucking love that move meant to go back and watch it after we recorded. Yeah. Just because I haven't seen it hadn't seen in Salem because did so, so I thought you hadn't seen it. I wanna watch Tommy boy and black sheep like back to bat. It's funny because Chris Farley is sort of like the Notorious B I g of comedy like when you're asking for his best moment way of putting it because he died so young. Young. His catalog was almost just getting started. So now everything he did feels like a classic like even almost heroes, which is a terrible. Good movie. I've never seen the it's the last thing he made he died during the filming like the I think they actually had to CGI part of him into the, the exit scene, or whatever if I remember correctly. I think they might have had to. Yeah. What's that? Would you recommend that movie? Yeah. Mung the other, Chris Farley movies. No, but, but okay, it's Chris Farley, like one b right like Tommy boys. The best to me, black sheep is below it almost heroes is probably above black sheep even for me, because I think you probably either pick Tommy boy, or black sheep. If you seen both of those one of them is usually your favorite, most people, it's Tommy, boy, some people, it's black sheep. I get that. But dude, he just didn't get to do enough. So it feels like everything because I was trying to think of how I answered this question, and I started walking myself through Tommy, boy, and I was like okay well here, my favorite moments from that movie. There's too many didn't even name. It's like him and David Spade. Singing and crying in the car. Yeah. The whole movie is just his gags. Yes. Non. Yes. One after another. It's almost like a bunch of skits, put together, right? Yeah. Yeah, that's what made him so good at what he did I love when he's trying to pitch. The guy in the first pitch meeting, and he starts a fire he lets wrong liar debt. Yeah, it's one of the best. Do we just put that on our Instagram on the Rb paeans Graham, like two days ago and I made the caption, like when somebody asked me, what I do for a living. That's always how I feel waning it because I'm like, we'll have a podcast and I can see the fire start in their head. And I'm like, oh, God. And then I'm like, how do I recover from this? And by the end of it, I'm holding a car, and it's on fire, and I feel just like like Chris Farley didn't that you gotta start saying, I'm a new media professional and then just walking away before. They can ask me what that means. Did you guys like a Beverly Hills ninja thank you for bringing that up? I never saw that one. You got to watch it. Yeah. It's also a couple of them weren't, then you make a sequel to that. It was just one Beverly Hills. Ninjas awesome. I'll put that in the same realm is black sheep for me 'cause it's funny but it's not his best work. It's good him. Trying to be a ninja. It's, it's. Just like an ongoing gag. That's Chris rock in that, right? The Chris to the joke is, it's a big fat white guy who's ninja Beverly Hills. That's the whole movie. It's, it's enough because it's Chris Farley. But it's also not. Oh, sorry, almost drink over. It's not as best work. It's not Tommy boy level, it's not, you know, it's not him asking the chicken, the pool where the weight room is or Richard hold me. Don't run away from your feelings. Black sheep by favorite line is like the smoking snorting Schouten suck in Tokyo. Poppin dropping. And then there's like endless SNL moments man like living in a van down by the river. Bills that chip and Dale skit is is still to this day. I cannot watch it in not laugh, like I know what the joke is so simple. It's physical comedy. It's a Fatman dancing, and yet there's something about Chris Farley's energy has never been matched by any comedians. I you have to laugh, just when you look at him doing anything like he has energy. Okay. Yes flipping and I was like Tommy boys on TV million times. But I just got sucked in because he's so fucking funny. Some people just have that dude. Like they have a gift that makes everything they do funny in a way even if it's not supposed to be funny and Chris Farley was one of those dudes where he could take. Yeah. I mean he took stuff that was the physical comedy stuff that was that was probably painful for him to even do in made. It hysterical all the while like battling all the internal shit that he had part of his problem was he hated being the fat guy. Yeah. That every. Nobody laughed at. But that was what he was. He was a fat guy that everybody likes and he was the best ever at it. Yeah. So he couldn't turn away from it. And at the same time, it was killing him the that ultimately led to his demise, right? Yeah. You overdosed on heroin and cocaine with a with a Hooker who didn't who didn't particularly care from very much because she left him by himself to die. It's one of the sadder stories in the history of celebrity or Hollywood in for me, like, in terms of just cheer talent gone before it had the chance to impact the world in the way that it may be perhaps, could have longer term. That's the sad story of Chris Farley to me because I'm I it's not like people say, like all he's this was the funniest person ever, like Belushi was the funniest person ever. Whoever you think Chris Farley was the funniest Chris. Tucker. Chris rock. Everybody has a favorite comedian or a lot for a lot of people. It was Louis before he admitted the cranking on women, or whatever, for some people still is Louie, who don't care that he. Cranked on women for me. It's always been Chris Farley, like the first time I watched him do anything, as a kid it was over. He was the funniest person in the world. And nobody was ever going to beat that. Do you remember the first movie that you saw the first probably was Tommy boy? Yeah, it probably because that was the one that went big enough in mainstream enough to where everybody I knew saw can we also take a second talk about David Spade because because if you talk about Chris Farley, you can't just not bring up David Spade. Isn't what are your thoughts on him? David Spade was like his sidekick almost him his work as a standalone actor, like how do you buy catalog? Joe? Dirt is a low key classic. It is Joe. Dirt man. Dude, it is. I mean, even if I was never a huge Joe dirt guy. Like I watched the movie and I laughed and I love David Spade, but he's like a weird little dude. And there's something about watching him without Chris Farley that made it like I think it took me ten years, man before, can watch one of his movies. Yeah. Back in the day, if you're just watching David Spade movie without Farley, it feels like. Am I being too nerdy here? What's happened Swede feeling poorly balanced him out in some like they worked together so well that when you see spayed without Farley? It just never felt right? Into literally like the last few years when he's kind of started to do more. I know he's heavily involved in at least a couple of TV shows, he does all types of shit in Hollywood, and he's just kind of risen back into like he got he figured out how to work Instagram. Really, well, David Spade has he does shit on Instagram? And now I'm starting to feel more comfortable with, like seeing David Spade alone. I mean Farley's been dead forever. So that just tells you how powerful was, but, you know, it's funny how that, that formula that combination of fat, man, and little guy already guy played out in a newer generation like with super bad, my, how you had my other don't a hill. Almost like a new generation a little bit of that comedic duo. And that's a good ass movie. Mid it do this up. There's one of my top still the funniest I've ever laughed inside of theatre. You saw it in a theater. I saw we me and my friends were crying when we were watching that is so hilarious. I actually saw in Texas at that, whatever that movie theater is. I don't know if maybe star plex doubt. Exactly. Yeah. And we went with the buddy, and we took two girls with us, and these two particular girls were not of the like classiest demeanor. I'll say and they brought like a fucking leader or to leader vodka into that movie. I remember I didn't even drink. I was just like y'all. It's two in the afternoon. And this is back when I party horrid, hard like all I did was booze. And I was still like even you're saying, no if I'm like a oh, it's a movie theater. You've got to chill with the outcome. All like then you really had a problem. If I was saying that at nineteen twenty years old, and you were fucked up and these girls were fucked up. But the move like, dude, I it was the for the heart. Flat in theater. Yes. Same even giving now even given the circumstances of being annoyed by two blackout drunk girls. I was dying, like on my knees in the isle, like is just saw the drawings. Dude. Fucking dying. Yeah, it was funny. When I went to go see that movie. So it with one of my best buds, and he is a chubby guy, and I was a lot thinner back then. Okay. And you've been around me, you know, my demeanor, you know, my voice. Sure we're watching super bad, and we just kind of look at each other like. That's. No. Yeah, I do I guarantee you. That was a feeling that so many people had so many groups of friends had two more. They could look at their finger and go, oh my God. Yeah. Especially like in high school. It's like say a lot of Frank groups where it's like you have like the funny fat guy. And then you have the nerdy, there's always like the due to hit puberty a little earlier. So he's a little taller and stretched out like to be, there's every, exactly. Yes. Everybody's got a buddy who wears a vest, and you're like dude, take off the vest. You look like a lad in what the fuck everybody has a buddy with the worst fake ID ever, who's who's never had sex or whatever, like yeah. It's a great move. Anyway. Chris Farley the goat to me. I can't pick anymore. Like moments every if we walked through his movie catalog, did he got to make before he passed away? I can pull five hundred. If you want me to like my favorite moments. It's just the whole movies, and like I said, it's the biggie comparison from you play any biggie song at this point. I'm gonna be like, Yup. That's a classic in its because that's all we've got. Yeah. Moving on Rb. One eighty three is also brought to you by man scape. We've all had a patch in our lives, whether it's because of a dry spell, or just general laziness for maybe the downstairs mix up. Gets a little out of control for most dudes. 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It almost seems like she's not really getting better, but they shouldn't really put in practice things learning therapy, you know that's just on the surface. But anyway, I guess it's, you know, from your experience things that he what are the three deaths ways to deal with the most positive ways, and we'll be three worse waves to. Batting's idea. Love the pod. Gang gang gang. I feel like I answer a version of this question like pretty much every week, and I'm gonna continue to do so until I feel like it's no longer necessary. Everybody has a level of anxiety or mental health, I guess maintenance that they deal with on some level, no matter the case or circumstances. Right. So in the case of this caller, he mentioned, his mom, is unfortunately, dealing with some, some panic attacks panic disorder anxiety related shit. Of course. It'd be good for him for his mom to be able to find some tools to help with that, right? Three best things that you can do three worse things that you could do, but I think this applies to everyone not think I know it applies to everyone like, just because I have panic disorder and that makes the way I look at my mental health a little bit different than perhaps AJ or Mike. Even everybody has their own version of the mental health struggle. And I think the same tips and things to avoid apply to all in that in, in this field in all humans. So my three pieces of like the best things to do to improve your mental health, I've mentioned a million times. So I'll just run through them, right. Quick. And then I'm interested to hear. Mike and edgy. If y'all have any advice for people on ways to improve their mental situation. But like the three easy hands down best things you can do to improve your mental health to combating Zayed's to help with depression. Any of the mental ailments that at least the ones I'm familiar with? I don't know much about, like schizophrenia, for instance, but sleep eat and cardio. You gotta get your sleep. So you're vested. I mean that means eight hours a night, or more. Don't go too much more. You got to eat. When you're supposed to eat, which means taking your fucking meals down, which means waking up in, even if it's a bowl of cereal or breakfast bar in a Cup of coffee. Get some fuel into your body because it needs it and your brain needs that shit to be able to operate correctly. Provide you with the things that make you feel happier sad, or anxious or miserable. And then for the love of God. Get your blood pumping run hit a freaking cycling class across fit class, whatever you got buddies, who do orange fitness. Now, I don't even know what that is. Frankly, I've seen the logo and I'm like other robots involved in the is a robot gonna train me. I don't know what's happening in orange fitness. But I know that even some of my buddies who haven't touched a weight in fifteen years are on that shit trying to, you know, make sure they can live deepened in their forties. Or whatever. Those are the three things I couldn't recommend more highly sleeping eating in cardio, if you don't are in, and I mean, for me, it's running when I say, cardio, if you don't have your brain getting proper oxygen from from those three things in having all the, the chemicals that needs to help your ass combat all the shit. That's thrown your way. Then nothing else you do will matter. You need those. Three foundations to be able to build on top of in my opinion. You, you guys feel free to share any and all tips. You might on combating mental health. I totally agree. These are probably the three most important, I haven't mentioned this before, but I do suffer from post traumatic stress disorder and shit. And from depression, and I see it there every week and it's been a huge life changer for the last couple years. Just talk therapy has been huge. Talk therapy has been huge. Yeah. But if you don't have access to talk therapy, then yet sleep eat cardio, and talk to someone that don't suffer in shame. Yeah, I think that's an I, I credit you Ross because you talk about this all the time there is no reason to be ashamed. If you have a, you know, if you have issues with mental health, right? Because truly it's universal it touches us all. Or if you're one of the blessed people who you know, doesn't have a lot of. Issues with this, you know someone who does. Yes. It's like the person who's who never had to get contact lenses or right? And you're like, oh, what the fuck everybody else did what happened to you? Exactly. But everybody know if not you personally, like if you're one of the people who's blessed enough to just walk through everyday like everything's fucking great. That's awesome good for you. I got that for twenty one years, it was kick asked. Yeah, I wish I could do it again. Maybe at some point, I will. But, you know somebody who's affected by it or suffering from something mental related it touches every single it's the same the same with substance abuse. I would argue like even if it's if you don't have a problem with it. You know, somebody who does. And that applies to every single person so for topics, like mental health, and substance abuse, where I genuinely believe every human being encounters, those two things in some version during their walk in life. I love talking about their fascinating to me, incredibly important AJ. What do you do to keep your head, right? So my main suggestion, I'm real big on the. Whole working out thing because that's a big part of my life. Right. I just I always feel better, like you just feel healthier and just it's the best. If you had a rough day and you just go running is good. But I'm an advocate of actually hitting the weights lifting is great. You're you're in my house. You're upset and you just have like a hell of a workout where you just lifting some heavyweights on your blood pumping in your muscles are just like torn apart or whatever's the best. Yeah. You just feel relieved than just like you just, it's just a great way of getting it all, like out of your system, weird. How you mind and your body connected in a way that you really physically grueling work and in causes your mind to better process things. Yeah. Yeah. It's true. It's fucked up. My, my other suggestion would be to find or have some sort of hobby, or activity that you really enjoy. A lot of people enjoy painting or writing, or reading, or photography golf or golf, creating music just. Some sort of outlet that you can kind of occupy your mind, right? And just something that you really enjoy. They'll bring, you know, some sort of film it, and happiness to your life. You know what I would suggest to if you're somebody who's suffering from mental stuff? The odds are you're probably tilted in like an artistic direction as a human being. I think I found that people who have mental stuff tend to be a little more artistic and creative, right brand. Right. My correct. Never remember rider one, it is. I don't remember it's one of those though psychology people they've fucking now. What was I saying? Oh, it's one of these. Oh, yeah. You're, you're saying that talented people are touched. Oh, sure not even just talented. I mean people who, who have this type of shit. I think they tend to be a little more on the creative side. So when you're talking about a hobby, I think, for a lot of people who having Ziobro depression, any of these any of this stuff, they never consider trying to write like do the writing thing, do, even if it's not for other people if you're journaling, or the free thought live action whatever it's called stream of consciousness, journaling men that stuff can help so much, and there's something about that physical connection between mind and body where you're physically writing the feelings, and the thoughts that you have in your mind that it helps you work through everything. So if perhaps, like, Mike, suggested talk therapy is has been a lifesaver literally for me to, like I've had, I don't know four or five different psychiatrists and a couple of different therapists of done some weird shit to trying to figure out what the fuck was of my brain. At one point, but if you can't. You don't have the means to talk there because it can be expensive. There's, there's no way around that for sure can be. This is a great way to help yourself by writing by getting those emotions and feelings out of your fucking body. And onto a piece of paper will just help the innocent in the same way that it does to tell a third unbiased party all of your problems, and your complaints about life and shit. Right. I'll just quickly say the three fuck and worse things you could do drink your way through it or any type of substance, your way through it suffering in. Silence is is for sure not going to help. That's the big one hawk to someone you have to you don't have a choice. You have to you have to get it out of your head and get somebody to help you with, and then in a lot of people collapse into themselves. They shut themselves away from the world out of fear or lack of understanding or pain and everything just gets a hundred times worse when you do that. I tried. This is like my first reaction when I first started having Zayed he was to, to shut myself out if I never go. Out and never talked anybody. If I don't leave my bedroom. Nothing can go wrong, right? No. Hell no. That's absolutely the opposite is true shit will get really really really dark really really fast. If you, if you walk yourself away and don't allow yourself to be comforted, by the human beings, so ABSA fucking don't do that. And then the three best things you could do if it was if it's somebody in your life, like family member of friend or lover that has mental health issues because people always sent me up like I've got my wife and my girlfriend or my boyfriend or my uncle who, who has horrible panic disorder, and I don't know how to help him and I feel all this frustration shame because I feel like I'm part of the problem or whatever. Listen for family members for people it's for it's the same type of situation is like, if your dad is an alcoholic and you need Al-Anon classes or whatever that they have to help with stuff like that. I don't know of an anxiety version of that. But it's the same type of deal you just basically have to be as patient as you can. Because what they're going through. His never going to make sense to you in less. It's something you've also struggled with yourself, which is more than likely in some cases, I guess, and it's very unlikely and others. You gotta keep your eyes peeled on this person because someone has to have their back. Right. So like if you can pay a little more attention to perhaps how they're looking like they might be feeling on a daily basis. That's always good. Just I mean, depending on this Verity the situation, what you're trying to avoid at the end of the day point blank is loss of life. Right. And then beef be there for people that you, if you have friends or family people close to you, who you know suffer from mental health stuff, especially during may, when it's mental health awareness month, try to be there for those people. And that's all you can do is those few things really like be as supportive in helping and caring and impatient, as you can be. And that's really all I at least for me that I've ever been able to ask if anybody else's like patients being the biggest one, right? Because I am always going to be a pain in the ass because of my brain like I have been struggling with, with the way to explain this to my wife, even like today, because there's things about me in the way. That I am, as a result of the, the things that I struggle with mental health wise that I don't know if they'll ever change. One of them is that I get really worked up like super emotional when I'm talking about things you'll hear me did happens on the show. Sometimes I'll start like with my regular voice. And by the end of it, I'm yelling in a really intense, and people were like what the fuck dude? That's my personality. I care a lot about the shit that I talk about the things that use use my words on so a lot of the time when we're in the house, and we're talking about shit. I get to work up and people don't wanna be yelled at or intimidated by the person. They're trying to have a conversation with so that's bad. It's something that I have to work on. And so she has to be super patient with me. Oh, she never tells you like how you need a con down. I don't talk to me like absolutely, but she has to do it in a way that doesn't further upset my overly sensitive, psychotic, brain in the moment of because if she said things like that, it probably would it would just make it worse. So just like don't talk to me like that. Like how dare you speak to me in that? Yeah. Patience is key. It's, it's a matter of understanding that the person you're dealing with probably doesn't like the way they're acting either, and it's and it's they can't help it in a lot of cases so I can't stress enough the patients part of this being important. Right. I definitely agree with that, like. Yeah. You, especially when you're married or the partner. Oh, you, you have to figure out what your languages, right? Yeah. It's like the huge if you have no idea what a love languages. Mike, would you brief? Oh, yeah. A love language is how a person I guess take take how they feel how they take communication or what builds them up. Like like my wife, her love language. I, I constantly have to. And this is a great thing for me. Because I, I love talking to her. I constantly have to tell her everyday multiple times a day. I love you. You're the best words of every little words have ever mation. Yeah. And for me, my love language is people like. Like supporting me in doing things for me that I can see in my life happen. You know. Okay. Like if you know if I'm tired, he know, my wife will come and she'll give me a really comfy pillow or give me a massage or something you go. We're playing. Yeah. Help you get to help you get a napkin or whatever. Exactly. Yeah. It's the ways that you perceive other people's love and caring for you. Is it like for you or us for you a? Hey, jay. That's complicated question. It's fucking tough one. I've been married like almost what fucked for years now in June, and mine is changed a lot. My love language over the course of those for you. I guess what is it? Now, what does it developed into I'm definitely a words that formation person, at this point like I need to be will in. Maybe even a little more like Mike like you just described in a way like I, I basically need to be cared for like, I'm a head case, and I think I'm strong and a lot of ways as. Human being, but I also need a lot more support than most people. Do I think when it comes to a day to day, like I'm a sensitive fucker just as the way I am? And as a result, I think I need that. Like I need to be shown that I'm that I'm cared for and supported. That's the most important thing for me on a daily basis for a lot of people in example of a love language is is gift giving. Some people feel the most loved, when they're given a present y'all be careful with the who you gotta be careful with all of them. It turns out, that's the first one when you're told you're like that's the one I want to avoid I wanna find a girl who doesn't need presence, every single guy thinks the exact same thing. And it's it turns out, they're all equally, I guess, valuable or invaluable depending on how you look at it like they're all equally expensive each lovling. We has its own burden to bear so gift giving I assure you does not get you out of all the other shit. You have to do if you happen to land on a wife or a lover of friend, or whatever who is your Kobe Bri. Ryan, who's a gift, unless you're Koby in which case, it just takes a fire bucks, million dollar diamond ring. And then maybe you'll be okay, maybe in the case of, of Jay z, too. Yeah, they are definitely. Hey, real lot of dudes over the course of history of God out of a hard spot with a with a big rock. Yeah. No more mental health talk next Ross, I am calling because I have a trash or not trash, hopefully, intern AJ. Hopefully, I can't wait to just call him AJ not internet. Jay maybe producer AJ or co host AJ. That'd be awesome. But I have a trash or not trash. I'm on a four and a half hour road trip with my girlfriend. We left the house at six thirty in the morning and. She is a sleep my trash or not trash is if you're on a road trip, and your on shotgun, is it trash or not tries to be a sleeping passenger, 'cause I believe that the passenger is there for maybe comic relief as a just a person to talk to maybe even a navigator. So is it trash or not trust to sleep when you're riding shotgun on a road trip? All right. Bye. Okay. If you're on a road trip and you riding shotgun. Is it trash or not trash to sleeping passenger? I come to this as a Mary guy. Like I just went on a road trip with my wife and we've been married for while now. Okay. And it's like if you wanna chill out and sleep. Go for it. You know, I'm going to be listening to Mark man. You know, I'm gonna be doing my own thing. Right. And if you wanna put on your fucking Saudi, or whatever you listen to chill out, that's fine. Please. Be saudi. Yeah. For real, no. This is I think it's circumstantial really depends on your, your relationship, and your boyfriend, your girlfriend, your, your significant other your other person, in what they're okay with. Because as a dude who has become a way more frequent a passenger than a driver. You're the one that's asleep. I, I am. I'm not. But I wanna be. Yeah. And I'm not allowed to be most of the I'm not no dude, a lot of our drives are the are the hell Atias back from Dallas down thirty five to Austin drive like eight hours and it just depends on the traffic situation. And we're usually like we were exhausted because we've been busy as shit with my niece and nephew in mother-in-law in and father in law and brother and sister in law all weekend. So we'll be real tired and taste like trying to stay awake. Vying. Wheel while I'm in the past. So if I'm asleep. Then it just gets it just gets weird. So there's definitely times where she's been like, could you, please stay awake or other times where she's like, hey, you can crash if you want? But I'm not really a car nap or anymore that this faded away from my life. When I quit drinking weirdly enough. I think it's important that if you're the passenger ju lie, your example is perfect, because I wanted to segue off of that. If you're if you're coming back from a trip like that in both of you are exhausted. You need to stay awake to kind of keep her away is a team effort at that point, because unfortunately, you know, I, I know I've known some people who have passed away in car accidents because of the very situation from fallen asleep behind the wheel. Yeah. L E, the be them riding with somebody like they're both hired in the fall asleep. And, you know, unfortunately, something will happen till drift into the other lane. Or I I've known a couple of people who are in those unfortunate accidents. But I like I said, I if you're on a trip like that, if you just stay awake and just maintain conversation with the. A person it could very well save both of your lives. I mean, if you wanna think of it in that sense, we'll just be real, if you real sleepy like, don't lie and tell the other person y'all if you're driving in your tired to pull over then over. Ability on the driver in that situation. I would say, yeah, that's you have to pull over. If you if you're if you're starting to fade behind the wheel just pull the fuck over. You see them start drifting over into, like, the, the rough part to feel that every few seconds with four pullover go to sleep weight. When you wake up, you can start driving in what, what is it? It's not going to be there the next day or eight hours later. Whatever fuck all that. Don't don't put yourself in a position where you could get hurt. I do love the, the concept of like the, the front seat passenger in the driver. It's like a team. You just gotta be communicated with each other about whether or not you need each other at that moment in, it's a good time to work in a nap if your person is cool with working in a nap fucking put you to sleep being on the car on the road. Man. My wife is great. She understands that I need constant naps. I need like nine to twelve hours of sleep and constant naps throughout the day, regardless if you're on a road trip or not. Right. Your everyday life. Right. So we'll split up to driving. If we're on a road trip guys. I nap when you sometimes when you recording in. Yeah. You just out there napping narcolepsy. I wouldn't go that far. Narcolepsy wanted to meet somebody who has just so I could not because I think it'd be funny, boys. Think of a deuce Bigelow, of course, why. Because I wanted to know that's the only example of it. I'm familiar with, like, is it that bad to where you could literally be mid-sentence and fall asleep? I've always wondered. Yeah, because obviously that would be Shanna say that's an exaggeration. I think it's more right? Slowly drift off, or you just catch yourself dozing off new like when you're in class, I thought old people, let's just every grandpa as there's some something to do with your, your brain or like your is men over the age of forty who drink you fall asleep chairs. I ROY the rest of your life who knows. We don't know what we're talking about. We're not fucking. I wanna make one more point to. It's important to stay awake. Why feel like is important to stay awake because. You know what I'm saying? If you're both on the trip some of the best conversation, generally general. Yeah. Some of the best conversations I've ever had with people, whether whether it be family or friends. Yeah. Taking place on road trips and cars to good really gets a connect and know someone on a deeper level. It happens every time every time I'm on an extended road trip with somebody. We leave at the end of that road trip. With a better understand excuse me, a better understanding of each other, and it's just great. I mean, there's nothing like a good conversation on a road trip shows you, too and the open road. And you're just talking about anything and everything under the sun. I remember those days AJ. Yeah. Before I grow old and hated everybody. I know and heard every God, damn thing they had to say. Yeah. You might hit a point where you want everybody to shut the fuck up 'cause you've heard enough. Yeah, you know what here for those people? Here's a tip put on a podcast neither of you have to talk its areas on the Roz bowl impact on the Rose Bowl. Imply gas me and AJ and Mike. We'll talk for you. You don't have to talk to that person. I mean you can talk to us through your radio. Look at them with a fucker. You don't wanna talk to that person is yell at AJ for not liking, doctor strange. I guess I'll keep you away. 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R. H. I M, S dot com slash Rb p get that trial month of hymns for just five dollars today right now all supplies last Ethel are H, I, M, S dot com slash our BP, Stu. One more we got it. We had a few more calls picked out for today. Okay. I'm gonna play one of those for the five that was remaining because we went long and we're going to wrap it up after that. And I'll save those for either the I guess, tomorrow's episode maybe for the patriots. So that recording late as we all the side. The point is I'm only playing one more call today, here it is, this is Paul from Georgia, just calling the call you on some real quick, looking back episodes, sixty one where you're trashing, people for quoting borat, yet you still constantly quote him. Episode episode every time you mentioned life through with all this hatred. But anyway, since on the topic Everett Sasha your TV show. I guess I mean, obviously genius, I think for it, and this is America or his best words, just wanna know what your pinning man. Anyway. Love the pod, keep up the great work. You guys are amazing Chen que-. Well, we just end in another language when he say king Koi, I think I don't know that I don't know. What language is, is that gang gang happy, happy happy to have it on here? Whatever it is the ASO I apparently bash borat. Like, I even remember we were talking about dudes who destroyed borat, and there was like these two guys in my mind, I still won't say their names, because he doesn't feel right to call them out because these dudes existed all over the world. But these dudes who weren't funny, right? And they saw borat, and they took it, and they, they ruined it for the rest of us by these people. You know, personally. Okay. Okay. Well, within I mean, I think I think this is a type of person that came to be as a result of borat, right? The over-quota the dude, who he doesn't have any of his own jokes. So he just goes around my wife over and over and over, like everybody knew one of those guys and they ruined the movie for us in and that's the way it is. That's how good shit gets ruined. At some point. I explained how borat jumped the shark so hard that simpleton ruined it by over quoting it for so many years, that it somehow came full circle and his funnier now to me than it is ever been before same shit kind of happen with a Austin Powell. Exactly. What happened back in the day. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. No. Those are in fact, those are the two best examples, I can think of any movie Austin powers went from I saw it in theaters. It was hilarious to everyone ruined it by over quoting it back to somehow going full circle. Like there's something about jumping the shark so hard that you come back to a point where you are now infallible in cannot make mistakes. Anymore. Austin powers came back to that point for me. Like what I watch it. I cry laughing. Yeah. What about the office? And that's what she said the office is just one or two urges anything, there's so many quotable lines. That's just one of many, there's so many there was like a layer of joking yet out all those catchphrases being dumb industry. Oh, right. And then there was another meta layer when you're doing, like it was just weird. Yeah. So that about making fun of something that's inherently lame can then make it actually not lame. And then it becomes a real part of the cool thing you joke about. And it's like wait. What just happened? How did we get here? Yeah. But that's what happened to me with borat. That was really really well explain to you once in a while. Yeah. A flash of lightning in my like you, you map, it all out in your head and spit it out, right? The the wife. My wife thing would borat happened like one episode. I swear to God, this is what happened. I accidentally set it like I brought up Taylor. And I and I said like my wife Taylor and then it always sounds really lame to same. My wife. And when you when you first get married, you notice it, every time you like you're like, yeah, my wife Taylor godly that sounds weird. I'm oldest fuck so the first time I said, I like awkwardly offset myself, and I was like my wife and then and then it just hit me. I was like, dude. That's a funny fucking line. Like that's in fact, the whole movie is just comedic genius through and through. And as our caller mentioned, Sasha baron Cohen, Ilma, the funniest people to ever walk the face of the earth, and not just funny funny in an incredibly creative way. Look at all the shitty obviously, he found his his kind of character niche with all these different characters, and then he's running different directions with him. But I knew show off show. Wiz. The new one this is America. Okay. I have not seen anything about. Okay. Yeah. I mean, it's a lot like borat, okay? But he it's all brand new characters, and he mostly targets political of targets, okay senators right? Pretty great. Looks or Showtime. That's why nobody watches it. Showtime is always like the red headed stepchild of HBO right, right? My favorite Sasha baron Cohen movie, and seen because I have one for both. Okay. Did you ever see the dictator? No. The dictator is, is, is in the same vein, as, like Bruno borat. This one's a little more scripted, though. But there's a scene where he's a foreign dictator. Right. And I remember the preview, he, he discovers cranking for the first time like he's never done it in his life before girl kind of tells him about it. So he goes into this closet, and he cranks for the first time and it turns into, like mind blowing experience and like Kelly, Clarkson's a moment like this plays over this montage of lion eagle fly. Nice it is all these this crazy moment. It's just like you see them cranking. And like a moment like this is playing playing in the background. It was, it was one of the funniest like scenes I've ever seen in my life. The part that still kills me. I think is. I can't remember it's borat, it's not Bruno. It's where him in his fat sidekick are, are chasing each other around the hotel butt ass naked. End up in the sixty nine position at one point on top each. I'm not I'm not joking. I mean pre super bad. That was the hardest. I ever let me too. I remember it was partially. How funny I thought it was because I have a super immature sense of humor when it comes down to it so stuff like naked fat, people is funny to me or naked skinny people naked. Anybody is funny, really. But it was the it was the discomfort of everyone around me live, brought me the real joy remember the scene where he went to the swingers party. Yes. Dude. He's just like staring at that dude in the face, like why. Why like banging that being that woman? He's like, don't look at me look at her, which one was that was that, that was Bruno. I can't remember that one. Dude. Dude rain, the is don't look at me. Look at her Bruno was like the fight so over the line and over. Yes, it was the farthest very offense. It was the farthest straight person has ever gone with gay humor will ever be able to go with gay humor. Yeah. And it somehow it really did like down boundaries. I know that sounds insane because it's so silly and over the top, and Bruno is clearly like a ridiculous character. Not a real person. But it really did like as a straight dude, I felt more comfortable with homosexuality and being able to wrap my head around it after watching Bruno comedy really can't give you a better understanding of things that are important that you don't have an understanding for, for sure. It's one of the reasons that I love like there are a lot of black comedies that funniest shit to me. And it's because it's not my world. We know like Chapelle show. I mean, that's exactly it's the best example ever. Thank you. AJ Chapelle shows the first in my for my generation anyway. The first television show that crossed that. Boundary for, for white people and black people. Like suddenly, white people felt like they could laugh at the stuff that black people were laughing at two without being completely out on the joke. Now I realize that at the same time, I think black, people were probably looking back at white people like, hey, fuck off your ruining it, but that's probably fair. It's what we do. Kind of comes with the territory. But all that is to say, I think it's, it's interesting to me that, while something can be incredibly offensive and run some people so far away from it like borat, did, and like, like Bruno did like I mean, you know, how many people were upset by Bruno there will. Yeah. And insert it was banned in countries and shit. And yet for other people if you went into it with the right mindset, which is hey, this is a really funny movie. It's a comedy in its in its gonna touch on some social things that maybe we could all spend a little more time thinking about then maybe he'll come out of it on the other side a little happier. A little more understanding a little more like, I don't it cultured isn't the word, but, like just open minded open minded. Yeah. I felt like that after Bruno silly is that may be I wanna go back and watch it now. Because I mean. Casaccia Cohen is not a gay dude. He's married to what's, what's her name? Or at least he was always forget his wife's name. Yes. Super hot. But. Wife, those adding one word to the end of my Google girls slash Fisher. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. She's married. He's married to anyway. He's still was able to make a movie about something that, that is not it's not his struggle, certainly. 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Each box costs only forty five bucks, but as has over seventy dollars worth of value inside, as I mentioned. We gotta bounce because. Because time is of the essence, I guess, but Mike AJ thank y'all. Thank you so much for, for joining me as my co hosts on the microphones today. Thanks for having me of. Yeah. Always you Mike working. We working, we follow you and hear more from you and your voice rouse. I got a new podcast. You have a new one. Yeah. Who, who pods watchmen dot com? I like it the other shows. Yeah. Just like oh, see see, you know you do. You do game thrown. Yeah. We breakdown game of thrones we're gonna be breaking down the new watchmen series on HBO. This is coming from a longtime watchmen fan who was my co host grant Davis. And I am a huge TV critic and huge fan of Damon Lindelof, who is producing and writing the new series. He wants to see. Here's behind lost and. Yeah, it had lost and the leftovers H B O, which is a weird fucking show. And my I adore, did you like overall fucking aid? One of my favorite shows ever. Phantasm. Yeah. So regional and one was like it was weird in hindsight, but two and three two and three or so mazing so unpredictable on hoping we're going to get some of that unpredictability some of that originality. I didn't know I didn't know that was our boy. Who's doing this Ayman Lindelof, and he's bringing over a number of leftovers writers to write on the watchmen series as awesome. That's a big reason why I'm Dan, huge also incredible movie. Like I just saw the trailer. For the watchmen HBO series like yesterday. I think for the first time and I think you just came out. Yes, the came out a few days, I didn't realize that it was a for whatever it just didn't click. I figured it was going to be like, inspired by the movie, but not fall, the sort of same comic book types. It's like a sequel, okay? Yeah. So the sequel to make and the movie yeah, that's awesome. I did not realize that so many mixed reviews over the movie. Well, the comic if you read the comic, it's really full of lots of political and social commentary, and what the movie was really fun. And really cool. It didn't really touch on avoided a lot of that avoid a lot of that. And just kind of made it a fun action. Give me more move, though. Honestly, kind of trying to make money a lot of critics where who are familiar with the source material, didn't like it for that reason, but it's still like visually stunning movie. I mean back. Zach Snyder dude, I still watch it. You know, probably twice a year. Yeah. Like, I'll just owed in, or whatever it is fucking, great moves pretty movie. We'll be covering the movie we doing like a retro. Prospective review, on the movie on the podcasts and huge. Yeah, we're going to kind of tackle listener questions about watchmen. So if you're not into watchman, we can kind of get you up to date before the series store day, y'all wanna get into it, and then we'll be covering the series every week when it debuts, I believe in September. So who pods watchmen dot com? Subscribe, nice nice. What about a social media you got? Yeah. Hit me up at Mike, moody, and at pods watchmen there you go AJ what about you, brother? So I don't have a podcast, but yet yet sneaky sneaky tease, more details about that later but Twitter and Instagram I am at capital. J C, A P. I T A L AJ just hit me up. Hit me with the follow that's funny to me, man. But it just is at this point, what spelling it own spelling. It is funny to me. Well, it means the fact that is capital AJ bus, not literal. A capital A and a capital. No. I get play on. It's like a joke. No aging. That's my brand. Now man, you laughing at my, my friend. You want people who have at your brain. Now that's going to be my thing like forever media. That's the point you're supposed to people are supposed to lavidge brand. If they don't laugh at it is probably not a very good brand. Unless you're not trying to be funny in which case you're in trouble. Yeah, it's hard to name shit. Man. Because when I named the studio permanent record, I wanted it to be distinctive. So I felt record RC RD, right? And people come in here that, like oh, cool, permanent record. Oh, almost. And then when you're told him the website you have to like spell it out. There's always, yeah. I'm like, it's our C R D dot com. Do you have any like dude, my, my genuine belief is that if you come if you're coming up with names for something, whether it's something as stupid as your own screen name or something is important as a name for a podcast go with your gut on what you like is hard to be original, you know, it's very anon- times, ten thing of something, and there's like a hundred other podcasts that have the exact Ray. I have found through hoist clams and cockles being the best example ever that if you name something, it doesn't really matter as long as the product turns out the way it's supposed to then you're good, where always choose clams. And cockles is the least marketable name for any show in the history of shows. And yet, it is the biggest game of thrones podcast in the world, because we made the product the best product on the world that works in his favor because people read that title, what the hell is this about? Yeah. It's so funny. How many people hit me up, like I finally got to the episode where aria says were as. Yeah. Yeah. I finally get it. And I feel in the loop now and I'm like, oh, congratulations, man. Fucking party anyway. Great episode today that will do it for our VP one eighty three recorded and produced by Mike, moody and grant Davis at permanent record studios in Austin, Texas, as Mike, just mentioned, and we will catch you tomorrow, a believe on episode one hundred eighty five Rb one eighty five coming Thursday or Friday, is a Friday. Hold on. Got my calendar up. I might as well check to confirm so that I'm saying the correct thing into the Mike leaves Friday. It is Friday. Thank you AJ. It is Friday, ten to twelve. Yeah. All right. So we will see Friday and you'll get a Rb P one eighty five then gang gang gang peace be with you and also.

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Part 1: Hot Dogs, Tarantino, and The News (ACS Feb 2)

The Adam Carolla Show

1:00:32 hr | 6 months ago

Part 1: Hot Dogs, Tarantino, and The News (ACS Feb 2)

"Thanks for listening to the adam. Corolla show on podcast one. Hello this is your apartment. I need some favors from you. Your cat keeps rubbing against the kitchen. Island and i can't return the favor. Can you give her extra pets for me after that. Could you bundle your renters and car insurance with geico. We could save money and it's easy to do online and one last thing. Could you leave the tv on during the day. I need to catch up on my soaps go for bundling made easy go to geico dot com today. Well first half a lot of hot hot dog talk and then we get into some tarantino rolling stone music stuff that i think you'll find fascinating. I take geico own. Do you rent your home. We do one or the other right and then What about your automotive policy. And how about you get a little bundling going with geico homeowner's insurance or the renter's insurance and you bundle it up with the automotive policy and then you save a bunch of money to just go to geico dot com. Get quote see just how much you could be saving when you go to geico. Dot com geico dot com. Go there today and get your bundle law from corolla one studios in glendale california. This is the adam corolla. Show adams guest today. Ricky williams with gina grad on news and ball brian on sound effects and now his hippie parents and school didn't teach him financial literacy. Either adam corolla get it on. Got to get it onto choice mcgann mandate you get it on for tuning in and thanks for telling the friend would love that about you. Right gina grad. That's right handball brian. I dunno checks squat all right. Well there's some breaking news and the hotdog arena. Oh god when i knew. I think. I think i've discovered a few things Had a hot dog party last night with sunny. We've always sounds homoerotic. I get it fraternity college on willingly. The the good news is here's what he wanted on his hot dog. Which couldn't have made this father. Prouder cheese onion relish mustard in tomato. That's the fistican for three young teenager. Yes not ketchup and mayonnaise. I'm happy he He explained he knew he was gilding the lily but now i no but it is all the stuff i like on a hot dog so i was happy to do that and tomato. Wow tomato is what the chili a little but. Hey that's what he likes live. I went down the same road. I was boneless of course sticking with vinny diet but he split it. Did you split and kind of open and layer gene. I wish you were with me. Because i did not but i should have and i got the right dog for. Because here's the Breakthrough i had discovered and then i have some definite thoughts on hotdogs size. I discovered a wagon new hotdog. Damn now. there's the snake reforms. Well you because they sell those in the stores their goddamn delicious high end lipson assholes. That's right i. It was not in the hotdog department. It was in the deli department. It was delectable but not only was it delectable. The size was right. Because i know if you guys are with me but when you go to purchase your hot dog they got the hebrew nationals and their little skinny just a little bit just a little on the skinny side or you could step up to the quarter pound size but those are too big for the dog. I like I would like the standard dog to step up about thirty percent. Twenty five percent but not eighty percent and these the wag new dogs are stepped up. And again i think they call them frankfurters which still don't even know if is a discernible difference between the two but i'm saying step up its five for like eleven seventy five or something but it'll be the best extra four and a half bucks spend. Yes maybe maybe no this. Maybe this is what you got. I don't know and maybe just giving psa to you and the other residents of at least los angeles. i'm not. I'm not being paid to endorse this product. Obviously but pavilions pavilions market out here in los angeles Carey's exclusively snake river farms. Why goo hotdogs. And they're in the neighborhood of like twelve for whatever a pack and they are amazing. They're beef hotdogs. What's not to love so output. Whoever shops for your groceries on that pavilions. The snake of reforms of wagging hotdogs. well agreed. And it's one of these things where you understand eating steak or try tip or roast or whatever and paying whatever that praemium says when it comes down to the hot dogs. Yeah these are the ones i got. It is in fact. The snake river farms when it comes hotdogs really. It's your main meal. So if the hebrew national or five ninety nine and these things are eleven ninety nine. You can't pay an extra buck a dog. Like what do we really. What our savings here and then you would gladly the next day. Go by a couple of pieces of salmon and spent forty bucks you know so this is your meal why why not spend you know the difference between six bucks and twelve bucks. Ain't that much. But the difference between the twelve bucks in the salmon or the tri tip is thirty bucks so yeah go ahead and treat yourself. You're one hundred percent right. And the comparison you made is actually really apt between steak or salmon or whatever like what's the what the the the the really good steak versus the okay stake because maybe fifty percent better does the difference like the really hot dog versus the crappy outs is one hundred percent better now or maybe two hundred percents better. Yeah dodger dog versus anything else. Go right all right. So there's my little culinary for the day. I had this song stuck in my head from watching Once upon a time in hollywood it was probably they used a lot of great music in that movie of period correct stuff but one of the songs they played. The longest is Baby baby you're at a time. I think it is by the rolling stones and then it was It was when decapa caprow came back from doing spaghetti westerns and he's walking through the airport and he's got his new girlfriend pit and everything with them new life and new wife in any and so it just got stuck in my head. It's not even a rolling stone song. i i like. I just felt actually if you pick the right music for the right visual. You don't even have to like the song that much. If fits the visual just right. You'll start to like the song so they played almost seemed like they played almost the whole song. And i was like i asked rolling stones rolling stones so listen to a few seconds of it so i was driving around the other day and i was just listening to this siriusxm. I had it on the sixty station and this song came on and then underneath it on the graphics on the screen it said the artist was chris farley. Oh and i was like the artist. Chris farley is chris farley. Oh and i thought oh. I thought that was a stone song. But there's a lot of instances with guy is trying to do kind of sound alike stuff during the british invasion and stuff and shore school and listen to has gone. It sounds a little different than i remember the movie. But i guess they went with. I guess this is i. Guess i guess chris farley did this song and it's you know it happens that you think this song is a stone song or a who song or whatever song and it turns out this another band. That just happens to sound a lot of light. There's a you're you're you're actually right. I guess yourself as rolling stone song. Houston eight of sixty six released by covered and released by chris far low in june of sixty six. Which obviously i was like. Oh i thought this was a stone song. But there's a there's a guy there's a famous song can't think of it. You think is a neil diamond song. And it's not a neil diamond songs. The guy sounds like neil diamond from the same era like listening to it. And i was like trying to picture it. Tried to put the movie over it in my head. You know there is one good thing to lax not renovating and changing with the times. His they still have this endless hallway. That's a mosaic of different color tile from one thousand nine hundred fifty nine and its last touched in any other airport. They would've fucking redone it by now but we're la so the haven't touched it in sixty years. But it's it's a filmmaker's dream because they can just go back to that hallway and every seat every one of these music he gets off the pan am flight. Nineteen sixty six. He's smoking a cigarette. And he's wearing beatles beatle boots and they just go right down that same hallway so so answer. This version was created Release a month. Later mick jagger helped chris farley recorded jimmy page playing guitar in this version by the webs and then he hated this arrangement mick jagger hated it for initially but then grew to like it and eventually saying over this arrangement. And that's what you hear in once upon a time in hollywood since mick jagger's over this particular rain once but it's not the stones version. Well the stones release it as their version After after the stones came out with version yet they release another one on the album. So it's not it's not the stones version right. It relates to the song as far as i can tell tutoring albums flowers and so perhaps you released. They were recorded and released another version later yen. Seventy five but in the movie. it's. Chris follows version with mixing over over the Yes yes exactly. This arrangement. That's music with mick jagger sing solo. wow it's it's why you have to have a sticky brain because driving my car. Go and what's wrong. Oh i thought this was a stone song for sure. Sounds so much like a stone song. Or maybe i heard it was a stone song but i guess it wasn't a stone song but who's this chris far low and then i mean he's like i need answers. This can't just be the way it is and So it turns out now. How often does a ban release a song in april and then her deuce and play the guitar over the cover version of it a month and a half later. It's very rare. And then why are they. Best friends was trying to do some sort of a solid with a new song. Flickr chris farley version. Chris says was a bigger hit. It was this is very three versions of out of time recorded by the stones. Like over this with whitesnake. Here i go again. There were like three versions recorded before they finally got the hit. Do also sometimes you when you re record it. That's when you start making the money off of it. Not the studio. Do you think the stones released it in april and went. Oh this is a big hit and then it didn't get much traction and then just felt like i'm not letting this go like i wrote a killer song. It wasn't ahead. We're used to having hits. We're going to keep going with this thing and tell it tell. It is a hit so stones two versions far lower three of three versions wells at three including the far low. Now i'm confused. Three stones versions apparently three stone. Sixty five sixty seven. Seventy five and then jagger sung over the follow version and seventy five and that's the one that made the movie. Oh so that was like the strings and everything which was seventy five. Yeah but we're still. It's two and a half stones versions then right brian. It's not three. it's the two and then he over far low. I you can slice where you want to. The rolling stones released it as a rolling stones song now whether or not the personnel matches up. That's right to stones one far low with mick but seventy five the net meant that got it wrong for the timing of the movie interesting when that scene takes place. When is that gonna know israel and the charles manson sixty nine. They're not there in the sixties stale. They're grandfathered in because it's sixties stones song that's the version they chose you need to write a sternly worded letter interesting that nobody but me but it does. It just goes to show that. I guess if you if you're kind of calibrated in you're kind of tuned in and you hear things that bump you like you go. That doesn't seem right. Or how come. I'm thinking about this too much and i had no idea that there's any story to this other than me driving my car thinking. I thought that was a stone song. Not chris farley chris farley oh is why. Why is this a chris. I swore stones. Just that thought was enough to go down this rabbit hole and it turns out. There's a lot here. now. It chris farley. Oh shit. I was just like back in the day was he friends. I mean you got mick producing and singing and you got have You say woods was playing guitar. Gb pages playing guitar. He had an association with the thunderbirds. And there's so when. I'm looking at his wikipedia. There's so much stone stuff on here. There's there's furlough move to blah label of recorded five of which were cover versions of rolling stone songs. Paint it black. Think ride on baby satisfaction out of time. So he's a. He's a super fan or they're buddies area. I mean it's almost like he's the stones cover great before before that even really existed all right. Well anyway volt complicating things. You suggested that maybe that was releases. The thought it was hit. And it didn't do anything far as i can tell. According to wikipedia rolling stones singles list not released as a single at the time. Mother's little helper was a single off that album and i want all right. Switching gears got I don't think i have my cheat sheet. Or maybe i do have my cheat sheet here. I was thinking about Oh here this are thinking about dr drew and having us try to get from purple we gotta get from purple the rad and then then we go to orange yellow. I think and then but this was kind of the same thing i would talk about with the homeland security advisory system. We'd be red which made then we'd go to orange and then we got a yellow kind of made sense and we go blue then. We go green. That had something to it. There's nothing inherently more dangerous about purple than there is read. We're trying to get to read to me. Read and just coming off your their own flawed logic. We just had read is the most severe for a terrorist attack. So red was the top the fear right right alert red stop green go right so kind of made sense and then we go to the california blueprint for safety and we're at purple as the most severe and i'll like first things first. Purple doesn't really connote anything to me like it doesn't. It's not part of your. We all have colors that we associate white and black and red and green and feeling though but purple doesn't really it just means prints loyalty. Maybe that's mall that's all it means as royalty and prance and then also when they're talking about purple states like they'll talk about Blais state or red state doesn't purple state just being kind of in between. Yeah yeah yeah right. It's you right brain and left brain. So i left side. We just see if you can find the definition of purple state. Just have it clear where blue purple a. usda where the democratic and republican parties have similar level of support. Okay so we just come off this whole long election coverage when it's like you know i always turn purple. This a state is a so now we've come to think of purple is sort of in the middle. Moderate not severe purple doesn't mean anything but we start with purple is the most severe and then we're attempting. It's weird trying to get to read because that's just feels so counter intuitive because we're always it feels like a spent my whole life trying to get from the red to yellow to the green. But now we're tempting. We're hopefully trying to get into red. It's see the thing about these things when you lie. Lay him out. They have to be a little intuitive or counterintuitive. You'll never remember them and it isn't that perfect for us right. Can you acknowledge that. Perhaps intentionally use us as as pointed out in michael moore's bowling for columbine nine eleven when he was gone over our the the colors were kept elevating and see escalate and elevating based on nothing. And they never tell you why. We're at a heightened level of alert. They're trying to keep you confused and alarm scared. I i do. I mean i guess i'm i'm not really conspiracy theorists. I just think everyone is dumb. But yes maybe they maybe there are because nobody. If you stopped one hundred million people in the state of california i'm using a little hyperbole and ask them all to explain the different colors and then what defined those and what it would take to get from one to the next. You wouldn't even get a opening answer. Now how would even know there was a chart right. We'll but here's what i also think going on. And maybe this is some old information. I have from the news station bouncing around in my head. But but i i have a feeling because i can't remember who said it that they didn't want to use they shouldn't have used right at all. Then if this is the issue but they didn't want us read as the worst because red scares people but they didn't wanna use the color green ever because green connotes that it's all open all systems go green light and we'll never be there so wanna be terrifying and we don't want to be free so purple but again it's it's supposed to be confused. Do wanna scare people when things are at at their worst them into mask and staying home and social distancing so riley would work. Just propose the stop light. The stoplight is ubiquitous. it's probably internationally ubiquitous. Also if you can't shoehorn your terrorist threats or your covid threats into three categories. there's a small there's a medium and there's a large there's not a medium small. You don't need four fucking categories. You got three the three stoplight. Work it out. Yeah we're going to start with red will go to yellow. We'll go to green. It's an order that everyone has signed off on and again i would also argue. Is once you start getting into like with the terroris- once you get into five different colors. Now i'm just staring at the gay flag. I have no idea what's going on in this country and that's right. I'm taking a me day. Yeah gas up miata. Good luck ban. So what's that. do they still make me. Oh yeah oh. I think while still making the miata son has got honest. I think the I think they're still making me out. Amax faz gotta look. Maybe the gays made the move. I think the gays may have been on the vanguard of the prius hybrid and the electric cars and The tesla so i would. I would guess that the ride does your for the gay couple. Nineteen ninety-seven may have switched over to the previous or the tesla Let's see what else did i write dan here. We have a weird question if we willing to entertain something sort of weird. I haven't able to stop thinking about and i'd love to get a male perspective um the other day theresa and i were talking about how we didn't realize that we both have this sort of like sort of fear of women in authority like. I don't know she. You know her history with you know. Step moms and moms and stuff and that kind of makes sense doesn't make as much sense for me but the lake and bronze grandma and my grandma these women in a position of power who used rally yes and i gave her the example and this is true. I used to go get my nielsen. It's suzy nails in los angeles. But i didn't like to go when suzy was there. I only like to go on her daughter was there because i just don't want the owner around. I don't know it just seemed like too much pressure. Like i was going to get in trouble and like it and i don't and you know female bosses kind of make me a little more skittish and like i feel like i'm gonna get in trouble faster like i'm i have this weird imposter syndrome. Like they're gonna find out. I'm not really good. Nothing men like you know authority in general. I don't love. But i feel like i can sort of deal with With male authority and women just kind of they make me bristle a little bit and so we didn't know because we're both women if everybody feels this way about women or if this is gender specific and do you guys feel a little more briskly around male authority in our kind of whatever two women authority does that make sense. Yeah yeah well. I have a theory baron sitting down. I've always said that if you you know i believe if women had one hundred pounds of muscle on mandate be kicking the shit out of us on almost daily basis. And here's what. I'm basing it on if you. Here's how the wiring goes if you step on a woman's foot. Her hand will fly out and smack. If you step on a man's foot yell most the time or pull it back but women are a little more. They've got a little more real time. Reaction governor finger. Yeah they got a happy trigger finger number one so my other theory is the sort of rich versus the nouveau riche. Which is you want to. If you're dealing with somebody who's rich you want to deal with old school rich. Not brand new rich because brand new. Rachel feels like they've got to prove something. You know what i mean and so i think if you look at it and if you just take a look at it politically you take A mayor or governor something like that and these guys like their dad was the governor. Now they're the governor or you know they come from this history love pedigree pedigree thing so i do think what you encounter a little bit. Is women being their new accent. Sort of fresh. You know. this is the first female governor illinois's ever had or the first female mayor chicago sara and then if somebody pushes on them they go. Oh you're just doing it. Because i'm a woman and then they push back because they get a little like it's a little bit you run into it. It was a little bit of that with when president. Obama was present. Like you disagree. Because you're racist you know there's this element like you don't like having a black person in this which could be true in some circumstances but most circumstances people were pushing back against the policy and if you push back against a female boss or female a male is pushing back against a female boss are females pushing back. Then there's there's so as a guy. I've always said my greatest white privilege in being white and heterosexual and rich and i wouldn't say traditionally handsome but certain you genus qua- a certain ruggedness and all that is is knowing that if someone is pushing back on me they're just pushing back. It's not because i'm heterosexual or or or what. Have you just gendered right right. Well though we're getting to that place. Traditionally i've always you take it all at face value but if you're a female boss and someone is pushing back now you have to think. Would they be pushing back. If i was a male. Are they just pushing back. Because i'm a female. This person doesn't respect me because there are male. And i'm a female and i'm a superior and now instead of just sort of addressing the subject i gotta come adam hard knock them down so they don't think that i'm soft because i'm a woman so i think when you're talking about is an element of that like an element of i'm going to hit back harder. 'cause you take a look at you take a look at a guy like garcetti in los angeles is the mayor of los angeles versus some of the female. Mayors that we've seen in the news over the last light the they push back and hit back. The female mayors go right back at you. You know what i mean. They're in the same party. But you know garcetti. I mean his his dad was sold. Yogurt said he was city attorney. General janet attorney right right. So he's he's been there and done. That doesn't feel that reaction so if you're dealing with lori lightfoot now we're dealing with the triple crown you're female you're lesbian you're black. Oh okay so those who are asking the hard questions during the q. And a. during the press conference or pushing back in the newspaper. Where you're just coming at me because i'm these three things and i think that's probably what we're trending on. I feel that's what we're seeing also. I do think. I do think women are probably more. They're they're they're they're more feelings more emotional more whatever so when you when someone comes at you and says hey boss. I don't think you're doing this right or i think you've got this wrong. There's always a percentage of you that feels it on a reactionary kind of emotional level. Yeah but for someone. Like dr drew its ten percent and the rest is sort of pragmatism. But if you're wired like his wife you might feel it at ninety percent is a personal attack and ten percent. it's about the quarterly sales. No that totally makes sense and just so. I'm not putting it completely on the external. But i appreciate that because that does make sense to me. There's something inherently female that. If i got a bad vibe from my male boss maybe he's just a jerk may that's just how he deals with people but if a female boston light. Because i didn't pretty nice very likable. i'd go oh god. She sees something in me. She knows i'm. I'm not really this person who is to get in my own head when a female boss doesn't like me as opposed to a male boss if that makes sense a mailbox all they're just a jerk. They're just like that but a female boss would would get me inside my head but this is. This is very interesting to address your specific question since my in my in my entire work history since one thousand nine hundred four. I started begging groceries at illinois market. I've had more good good female bosses bathroom us as good male bosses bad mailboxes. I've read more good female bosses even including the great adam. Corolla that i have had well. You know if it's inside producer. Radio show is a great female boss. Jim was she ran shit So they're found one reasonable. No you know what people i i know. I keep chirpin about this. But i really do mean it. Your boss co workers. What have you they become your boss and your co worker above being female or male or black or white or asian or whatever almost immediately i mean i worked at the man show. We had a lot of women who worked at the man show and we there were buying large really good really good. We had we had female directors producers. We work with a lot of a lot of females behind the scenes making decisions so on and so forth there were handful of them that were bitches and we didn't want to really work with the following season but we always agreed. This one's good. This one's good love working with her. She's the best and then there was some bitchy one that we didn't it wasn't that good we didn't work. It had nothing to do with their sex ten minutes after they started. They were just do you produce. How're you at your job. Immediately is pretty clear. Pretty quick competent. Whether they're above you your level or below you or not and the boston you'd be like oh. This person really knows their shit. I should really listen and to even begin to float the notion of. I didn't like this one and that one female because there were female or i like the ones because they were female or attractive or whatever it is. It's insane the some were good just like man. Some some plenty of guys sucked we. We didn't we clipped them and didn't work with them the next year. The other ones were good. That's just how it worked. Yeah i mean Angie fitzsimmons was my producer. When i did the morning show and she was great. I i loved angie. I did not like my news girl. That much and i don't think brian did either both females. But what they did is. They presented themselves sadly not in a sexual way but they both presented themselves and then we quickly decided that this one person was pretty competent. Pretty even keeled and pretty smart and the other we weren't such a fan of and it was unanimously agreed upon on a by every male who worked on that staff. Yes you're one hundred one hundred percent right and not. Only that dawson will adjust. Angie had to overcome the fact that she was beneath a less qualified. Let's just say other producer like she had overcome. That i forgot about bresca was was a senior producer. He was like a and she was one. B i always want yeah. She liked booked guests in whatever. Arrange a perfect example. And i think if you would've asked all the fellas we would've voted for angie over brassica nothing against bresca but we would have picked the winner in. It would have been angie. And what have nothing to do with her being a female obviously other issues. Definitely kid all right. Let me hit one. Eight hundred flowers. Give her a reason to brag on their next zoom call wayne with valentine's day with the bouquet of red roses from one eight hundred flowers dot com. And right now one. Eight hundred flowers has an amazing offer for my listeners. 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We're contest talking. She stuffing song teams joan by gene the news with gene. We'll some very sad and seemingly sutton news to start out with. Emc reports and other outlets are now reporting that dustin diamond best known for playing screech on the sitcom saved by the bell has died. A rep for dustin tells us tells. Tmz that he died monday morning. His condition had greatly declined since last week and he was taking off a breathing machines in an attempt to get them to hospice care so dozens. Death comes just a couple weeks. After completing his first round of chemo when he was diagnosed with stage for small cell carcinoma carcinoma commonly referred to with lung cancer. And this just came fast and furiously. Yeah he was initially hospitalized. Florida in january after feeling pain all over his body and a general sense of unease and bound he had staged for lung cancer. He was forty four cancer. That had metastasized. All right yes all over very young. Yeah weird life. I never really got on the butt of all jokes being screech thing. He was legitimately funny in that show. He was the comic relief and he. He had some good laughs. He was asked to do. A silly show agreed and say by. The bell is kind of like goonies defines how old you are. Because i'm too old for saved by the bell so i missed it early. You're in the right demo. Yeah yeah. I was watching I was watching the love boat last night. She she's now he missed the love boat but Clark leach men was on there and they were basically explaining that claris leach men. Legendary actress died. Maybe ninety four. I mean she was. She was old but Mary tyler moore and i think she went onto road or maybe she was just wrote. A married wasn't didn't they have a spin off. That was for her. She was very short. Lipson mary tyler moore rhoda and then then it spun off maybe maybe again but either way logo was such a horribly written show an everyone in it just looks like a buffoon because the script for so comically bad that if in fact you're going to do a tribute to claris leach. Men do not show her love boat episode. This would be like this would be like where we're going to pay tribute to adam corolla by showing him do doing stand up when he was nineteen at his first open mic and bombing horribly. Like find some good shit. I'm sure there's plenty you got your You got your wrote a series one right yes interest young frankenstein's your mel brooks oscar. For god's sake yes do not picture show show the episode of the love boat or she was married to andy griffin or andy griffith. Who was he was a con and they re tearing the room apart looking for valuable postage stamp that his his cellmate told him was on the boat. Don't do not do not run that episode. Run run up or run back to back road episodes. We'll be covered. I listen up documentary. Film-makers showing docu. We need a documentary about about dustin diamond. that's an interesting life fourth dissecting. Yeah not no offense to vh one but not a not one of those leg. Then it all went downhill with sputtering windshield. We need like legit documentary but talk about showing your age. I don't think i'm wrong. I may have been introduced to clearest leach went for the first time in my life on facts of life. Brian did nothing. I think she came in after mrs garrett. If i'm not mistaken maybe as when they opened the bakery the chachi shop or whatever. Yeah i was at a taping of the first season of facts alive. So i know. Yeah yeah yeah it. Seems ill conceived your entire female. Cast is putting on weight from season to season. So you decide. They should open a bakery. Now maybe it's diabolically genius like. Oh we gotta look. We got justify this then going to make this work away audience. No you're right if they opened a gymnasium then people will be asking questions wouldn't make sense right hurley. On lost the puck doesn't affect lose any way all their tub of peanut butter. Right right they have to do it yes. They opened the bakery and they clip. You know the thing. That's funny about television. I wonder if molly molly ringwald in the first season facts season first season. I don't know if they clipped her. If she just got a movie on interpol's she got big fast but she will not in the way. We were talking but she was always on roller skates. Remember what she did. You see a roller skating around the neighborhood. And how did they know that was her thing. That was two days thing. I thought it was. Also molly ringwald. Maybe i should stay. This conversation. tuti was traditionally the one who was on the roller skates and then like in season three. She became like a cop. And i guess they got her off. The skates for safe was got so big fallacy. Gravity thing she was fired. Molly was fired from fax alive really. Yeah well it dusting outdoor area sleep. Wow also here's all you need to know about hollywood. You run in this crappy. Sitcom there's an ensemble cast with like eight girls and and you do a little house cleaning from season one to season two and the one you do. The house cleaning with becomes the biggest star. Enter checking right. That's right but leaves so well. Chill you gotta hang onto. Yeah man. She was some other big news. Oh yeah in other big news. Today we have an rachel would who you've seen in her. Latest big thing is westworld. She's the star and she plays. Dolores you've seen a million things actress. She has accused marilyn manson and so have three other women of abuse that's marilyn manson. I know that's the guy sleeps in a coffin and drinks loud it that that that marilyn manson fourteen. He'll never not not work in this. No yeah so. The women their claims in an instagram. Post monday morning with woods stating that manson quote started grooming me when i was a teenager and horrifically abused me for years. I was brainwashed manipulated into submission. I'm done living in fear of retaliation slander or blackmail. I'm here to expose this dangerous man and call out the many industries that have enabled him before he ruins anymore. Lives i stand with many victims. Who will no longer be silent. The other three women. Sarah mcnealy ashley morgan. And then a girl just going by gabriella posted their own experiences with manson after woods post manson hasn't commented yet. But guess who has been very vocal. They're great quickly. There in her support for evan rachel bar. That's a good call. Yeah i was gonna go gloria allred. But it's gotta be mcgowan. The gallon right. She was with myrtle and her plan. Chris find the video with the picture of her in the fish. Net dress with the view through draft fish net. Doing that. i was at those awards real. You've got to remember. This is because it must have been. It was like mtv movie or music. Awards can mtv's it was at the universe soul. Whatever i mean. What are we looking at looking at everything. And i'm not sure must've been like nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Vm as right. So i was on mtv so I was following her. All over the place. Eventually i ended up in their limousine. Before that i was in the ladies room. I was literally walking down. The red carpet are showed up. And i was like. Oh i'm gonna. I'm gonna follow this dude versus the guy from the cast of the real world who Got his tongue bit off by a boss of the flame. Yes show yeah. I remember that good heavens that outfit. So yeah. i'd heard some of these stories about marilyn manson. I think what some of the me too stuff like. It's been floating around and shoot for you guys so much like okay much like a morning zoo would have a hard time being charged with like sexual harassment. Or say you know what i mean like. It's part of the part of the thing their on air content as marilyn manson kind of above. Being like you know prosecuted for abuse like his thing is kind of said drinking loud ingesting on blood and we're like that having a rib removed to suck his own dick like is he is he. You know abuse charges what i'll give you this. It's more surprising to hear that army hammers into weird shit then maryland man. That's what i'm saying. Thank you as part of the act. Yeah yeah he was. He was cool gould fathered in now. Can't think of a good a good a good turn of phrase there but yes well ends up getting back to this thing. Unfortunately it's it's it ends up. He's goth father died in a workshop. And that's pretty good man credit where credit is due. Chris wrote it on the screen. But i was thinking all right. But here's here's the only problem with that analysis. Brian need it. It starts they rub up against the well. She was wearing a super short skirt at the christmas party and then got so drunk. She passed out. You're starting to get a little bit into that. Didn't day should have known better. He's sort of thing. But i would argue that when you're dating marilyn manson. There's going to be things. That are atypical. I would say you're certainly going to deal with atypical behavior. Yes here's a quote from every major would because a lot of the close. I've seen just so far. Today are very general. You know gas lighting brainwashing. But what are we really talking about. This is from usa today and this is a quote from her saying the worst part she continued sick rituals of binding me up my hands and feet to be mentally and physically tortured until my abuser fell at proved my love for them in this moment while i was tied up and being beaten and being told unspeakable things. I truly felt like i could die. Not just because my abuser said to me. I could kill you right now but because in that moment i felt like i left my body. It was too afraid to run. Brian claims that's perfectly fine and that there should have been more of a twisted. I pointed out the maryland in might be. It was just a tuesday for brian. Yeah well he really well. Then there's a lot of potential exposure here for marilyn manson now. I'm not sure if he would do well. In prison i feel like if marilyn manson was incarcerated he would not do well in that maryland but might be able to get over to the female side of the facility. I don't know. I would definitely be working on that argument if i were or she or maryland at this point. Do you remember brian. Were you at love line. When marilyn manson showed up with his absence absent any proceeded to direct most of it. Yeah he did the same move. I did with. Dr drew over thanksgiving great bottle of scotch all right. Let's open it up home in her up out of the way teetotaller. Up drinking eighty percent of the scotch. Ed brought him yeah. What does somebody had that much. It's a weird. It is what they say it is. It's sort of like drunk with you. Know like a a mushroom floater hallucinate. Yeah there's like a little bit of that mix with that. I don't think all he maintained. Like i don't think he was out of control now he just wanted to drain. He gave it to me as a gift. But i brought home little spit on the bottom of the bottle. I don't know absent legal. Can you buy not with a there. There's there's a us an international version and their national version. I believe is the one that gets a little hosa genyk. Got one is a watered-down american version. Yes the european version. That's one of the wormwood. I don't think we're allowed to sell that here. Yeah he was explaining that whatever this was it wasn't legal but into a microphone but no one would. That was twenty years ago. You know you would think now. With all the pot stores opening up and all the edibles making the rounds and everything maybe maybe there's some room for the european style absent. See we can find out about them expand. Drizzly do yourself a favor man. It's it's not a bad buzz. All right so maryland's trouble. Yeah and we'll we'll. I'm sure that won't be hard to follow. Because i'm sure it'll be all over the news. Meanwhile if you've ever enjoyed subway tuna you might not be enjoying what you think. You're enjoying according to somewhere to store like the subway at sounds like a euphemism for you going down a homeless woman. You're you're trying to subway tuna dawson on all the fucking super. I was fucking shit faced. And my buddy we were just walking down highland. My body just dared me with this nasty schick lesson on. How bad was it celluloid. Journa- yeah man. I went down on at homeless man. Yeah i mean. I could've just given her five bucks but i gave her pleasure and mayor for me. Yeah i made. Yeah subway tuna man that way too and they're facing some claims that their tuna sandwiches and wraps aren't contained don't contain any tuna at all but a mystery meat when today dot com work in the subway tuna dawson. I was thinking about slider my five and a half inch round five dollar full loan. Yeah well this would have been more like two dollars but yeah go ahead. Absent no longer banned since two thousand dollars. Oh but it's watered down on the horn. Yeah no kidding. It's watered down to be free of. I don't know what that word is. But the hallucinogenic part All right well then. What's the point. Sorry yeah subway tuna. The combined filed on january twenty first in the us district court of northern district of california names to plaintiffs who alleged they were quote. Tricked into buying food items that holy lack the ingredients. They reasonably thought they were purchasing. Which was tuna subway stands by its products and denies this. Saying there's simply no truth to it Subway delivers one hundred percent. Cook tuna to its restaurants which is mixed with mayonnaise and delivered. You know fresh sandwiches. But if it's mystery meat. I would like somebody to let me know soon because i've eaten. It seems to me i it. I don't know if you guys are like me. But i assess the establishment. And then i make my food decisions based on the assessment of the establishment. And it's sort of like it's sort of like if you saw if you want to the ymca and you saw guy do a triple gainer. You'd go all right now. You can go up to the three meter board in. Try another triple gain but if you saw the fat kid do bellyflop you wouldn't go. We'll go after the three meter board and give it a try. Yeah and so. I've always felt that way about like subway or even going to a sizzler. Like on on on occasion you end up in these places you know you're on the road or you're doing something you just end up. This is a or perfect example staying in a fair to midland hotel and ordering room service. Just get the burger. You just get the burger and fries. You never gonna lose the border sandwich club. Sandwich club sandwich at the fair to midland. Place is the same as the one at the four seasons. But if you go for the lobster best you may be disappointed. You know what. I'm saying so like when you go to choke up shock on the right. We go to subway. Just you just get the turkey club or the turkey. Whatever victim put the turkey down in the bacon down or whatever you keep it simple start going with the stuff that they're mixing with man as and their special sauce and all that kind of stuff you're gonna get burned. Yeah i think you're right in college my sensei who You know we. We traveled with you to do shows japanese theater. He always stop at subway in the morning when they open so he could get a crab salad sandwich. Now that was made of. I have no idea hollick like crab right well and this was a man from a you know. He lived here many years but a thick japanese accent japanese culture would go to subway opened to make sure he gets a crab salad sandwich. Yeah i that the notion like you just can't go to a you know our bees in order a shrimp cocktail or something like that. You just can't get that kind of stuff because there's a there's a threshold for it. You know it's involved. Shrimp or involves crab involves lobster. And these things cost next amount of pound x. Per pound if you're getting it for cheaper than what the stuff cost per pound then there's an issue and they ain't dumb and they're in the business of making money so stay away and stay basic people. Yeah that's on you. Yes a dion sanders. nfl hall of famer dion. sanders is the head. Coach of the jackson is the new guy for subway. How perfect well. That was my segue in mississippi and he recently took to instagram. To show the sort of lessons he's been teaching his players in the bathroom. And i thought you'd appreciate this So he has signs up that say treat this toilet like your mama got next. And that's because people have been having problems Hitting the water the other one that says just hit the water fellas. He wrote this his caption. This one. this is one of my pet peeves. So i had to leave a message to get my point across stopped taking for granted. Kids know certain disciplines and etiquette. A lot of young men and women haven't been taught thing real coaches. don't ever stop coaching. Well brian you may be with me on this theory. But i bet you the guys are doing the most miss in our the punter and the long snapper but not the skill position guys were going. You know what. I'm saying on the ground to make up between themselves sort the ball. I feel like the ball handlers. Not so much room for air down there just a little little closer to the target like if you're firing an arrow gina grand and i let you stand right in front of the bullseye versus ponder. Who's all the way back. Saying i get it. I love dion sanders. Why do i love dion sanders so deal into hated him as a player as a nurse vanity with the cowboys and such but guy is legit. I like anyone who is great tells you a great and inducts it up like we got a big mouth not that good then got on time for you. But dion was the best he really probably was the best the goods. He was the best at what he did. And i gotta tell you it was so anytime. He picked off a ball. It was like a punt return without the punt return team on the field so not during the punts kickoffs. Gina you've got this guy's got contained. This guy's got the middle. That guy's the governor this. Everyone's got their lanes. So your lane is you gotta protect your lane when you kick a ball off. Everyone can't just run to the right run to the left. Outside guys got contained. They turn they turn you win and then you run into the guys who have inside lanes all clogged up. When you're dion sanders and you'd pick off one of those long passes you're essentially receiving a punt without the punting team out there. You had you had the quarterback the big offensive line anthony moon yo says not going to run you down. You know what i mean. The big guys whose job is not to tackle and no one's picking a lane no one's containing or anything now. You got a couple of skilled guys back there but some of those guys have overshot their past you their past you you know and now just wide open and funny shit to see him. Return that ball. He's legit electric player. He was yeah. I would say definitely one of the few guys that we say electric to all right. Let's bring home gina grand. You got it. I'm gina grad and. That's the news. Was the news with gene grad. 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Who Are You?

Fame is a Bitch

39:24 min | 2 years ago

Who Are You?

"From workhouse connect in AJ Benza. Vein. He liked to be walked on a leash and play really dirty kinky sex games. He's the guy put the cop and the peacock network. Okay bitch. Hey, everybody AJ Benza here for famous bitch. It is January second twenty nine teen. Actually, it's not January second. I'm lying. It's actually December thirty first twenty eight sitting here during the podcast now getting out of the way because I plan on having a wonderful evening and wonderful new year. I think this year is going to start off a bunch of a bunch of really great stuff in my life. The life of the show and whole bunch of stuff. But I'm sure I'll be I'll be tipping off to those things as I knock them down one by one. But. Watching a lot of TV, you know. This. Is that weird week? I'm sure we all experience the same thing you kind of feel like nothing's going on. Now, a lot of you work. So for most of you, you went to work and yet can like AJ with the fucker problem. It's it's the same. We now it's different for me because I'm home doing the podcast their relatives were here. The gone kids are off from school. It's just a very strange, you feel like this week doesn't count, you know? Like like, yeah. I know, you know, rent is due and this is it just feels like wait a minute giving give me a break. The you're just ended New Year's just began. How about a grace period? But really this last week has been the grace period, I'm not ready for the new year. But like I said earlier, I'll make it work. But I couldn't take the fact that the last few hours of twenty eighteen had to include you know, that park land highschool pain in the ass. Emma Gonzalez, so I call shake Vara. I know I'm gonna get shipped from people. You can't talk badly about a high school kid, especially when they were in a in a shooting terrible terrible thing, they'll never get over. It will probably never forget it. Now making fun of that. I'm not making light of that. But if you tell me someone who's involved in some kind of awful situation, I have to like or put up with the rest of my life. I don't agree with that. And especially if that particular person decides to become very political, and actually perhaps even used that shooting that awful awful horrible event, maybe possibly push her gender on other matters like the whole gender situation. And if you saw the other day New Yorkers known them talking about. Ama- Gonzalez is up there in green jacket that looked like the one they give you if you win the masters tournament. And she saying how in twenty nineteen in New York, you will now be able to change the or the f- on your birth certificate to an ex. And then you get to fill in whatever you wish depending on how you feel that day. You know that big joke Andrew dice clay used to say, you know, you flip a coin today. I want hair pie heads. I wanna hear pie tales balls across the nose is. It's not too far off from that. You know, ladies, you don't like the size you kids. Just give yourself an M. Guys. You feel a little too emotional this month? Maybe once month you start to cry. Check the box. You know this. I look she basically went on to say that all non binary people and transfix she said to them, we see you we hear you all by the way, speaking of that. Did you see and hear that crazy bitch who was going beserk and some store because the poor Clark referred to her as a, sir. It's ma'am. I'm a woman. Would you have missed gendered me? I want your corporate number because you're going to be fired. It's fucking, ma'am. It's like a Chris Farley skit on calling these for now on I'm calling anybody questionable, sir. Ma'am, sir. I'm just covering can I help you ma'am, sir. Just cover all your bases because you will lose your job one day because shit like this can't go wrong to cover yourself. Why aren't scientists up in arms over this situation? Ex-exits female x y as male end of story, you can dress an act, however, the fuck you want, but chromosomes cannot be changed is it because most scientists who work for the government and continue to get money and grants to continue to do shit is because the liberal what do you think I could be completely wrong? But you know. I'm happy that I came up with that whole liberal scientists government granting. The sounds important sounds like I know I really don't. But the point is I've heard from people who know things that most scientists are liberal because they're giving money in grants that keep working from the US government. So why would you go against what the US government is telling you to do if you want to keep working and putting food on your fucking table. You won't you will most you scientists who talk about climate change and that and enclo- warming as it used to be called are on the payroll. All the shell not going to get into too much. Let's stick to what really bugs me with my comes to fame and all this shit. I just think that there are people know more about this stuff. I shouldn't have to hear from fucking highschool kit. I don't like this and pretty soon you're people so in two thousand nine hundred New Yorkers can change their gender. On their purchase tickets. And you know, what you'll eventually you'll see every other state doing the same thing. I'm sure the next ten years. It'd be like we'd they'll fall to the pressure as well. And you won't need a doctor's note to do this. Can you imagine this? Listen, you can change the letter next to the column to a smiley face, and it won't change Jack shit for me the letter m or f isn't what's holding you back? But I'm sure these people these gender fluid, whatever the fuck people will find something else and somebody else to blame for their unhappiness, honestly, most people in this country do not know what SIS gender or nine non binary means. They don't the lunatics are taken over the asylum. Did you see what Tom Ford said the other day in interview actually interview was awhile back, but it came up again, Tom Ford defames fucking the guy would turn Gucci around the designer. He said, I think all men should be penetrated. At least wants to better understand women. Hey, listen, Tommy stick to making suits leave my ass out of your science project. You know, how how long before we're allowed to change our race. When can I wear a scheme? Ask in my license picture. What are we call a man who identifies as a woman, but as a shaved head what does that call? You wait. If you're waiting on the guy to restaurant quick, how do you trust this person with that without getting a lawsuit there going to be fights arguments everywhere, people will not wanna talk or be hurt. We'll just be a silent society. We're already we're halfway with behold our fucking phones and walk in the street on trying to drive today and people are just on their phones crossing the street. No one's looking for their own life to be saved. They just walking and expect us to not run them down. Remote back today. You you'd run into a guy who liked the strike up harmless conversation. You know, those guys are always nice guy. Just says something in elevator says some team in the store, you kind of or automatically feel warm to that person. You know, I'm not saying they're going to say something, you know, jerky and weird, but just making conversations. Nice. It's a connection. There's no connections anymore. But I'm not doing that. I'm not starting conversations anymore on the street. No fucking way. I'm just with its inviting the lawsuit or a fight. I wish Trump would change his birth certificate to female chain. You imagine if he ran for president in twenty twenty as a woman of fucking Hillary would die. Oh, my what I would pay money to see. Hillary have to look at Trump and a big giant pantsuit? Oh my God. Listen congress. I'm now Donna I'm now Donald Trump. Okay. I think Don just that and a Donna Donald Trump Beckett. I would I would pay money for that monthly to see him run as a woman and stick it up Hillary's ass. Anyhow today show's brought to you by third. Lov third love designs bras with breast size and shape in mind for an impeccable fit and an incredible feel. They got more sizes at most of the brands third loves the industry leader with seventy sizes, including the old signature half-cup sizes quality, and every stitch it's convenient skip the trip find your fit and sixty seconds with third loves online fit finder. Order trying on home. No more awkward fitting room experiences. Third level double the number of sizes than most of the brands offer cups from eighth or h bands up to forty eight. 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Remember that God is the world change since. Then if anything we're starting to see just how nuts and narcissistic some of our Hollywood superstars are. I mean, you know, Kevin Spacey is always been an odd. Dude. We know that that's that's part of the reason why we loved his acting, and we still love his act, and I got no problem shouting for his demise. Love him as an actor. You know? Hey, even as even video on Twitter was filled with tremendous acting now for nothing. Including he had some pauses in there that would make Harold Pinter turn red with envy, but the real actor Kevin Spacey case is the young man who had the cool and calm to Snapchat his alleged molestation that night with Kevin Spacey. When he put his hands down, the guy's pants and juggled his bulls like Stallone juggle, the bulls trouble the bulls, not from an old show, your new people. But last time we spoke, I remarked. What did it mean that there was evidence that this actually happened the kid and his mom said this evidence to prove this? I don't know what that meant. I said unless there's a picture what is evidence here. Is the kids DNA under Kevin Spacey's fingernails that that police pull a print off the kids not sack. Here's the bottom line. How does a bullshit accusation like this turn into a criminal case in the courts and basically waste taxpayers money. The kid lied about his age Spacey and the cops that's number one. Number two. The kid was being served alcohol as a minor at his place of employment number three. There are no witnesses to back his story. And he was at a public place of business number four the few second, long, Snapchat. Video apparently shows Spacey touching the kid's shirt. Basically, no the contact. That's what I've heard. I haven't seen it. Number five. The kid didn't follow police report for sexual assault in a public place until intil the me metoo accusations against Kevin Spacey began to surface and number six the case was not investigated until nearly a year later, but let me tell you what really matters to me. Maybe it's not being caught by everybody who reads the story, but this kid hired a lawyer name Mitchell Garabedian, I know his name through my buddy, Neil Gumbel Garabedian is a guy who goes after victims of abuse in the Catholic church, and he's gotten a ton of money for for for many, many abuse victims people who are grown men now from years before in one of those people is Neil dumble and he's awaiting his his payout. This could look like all. This young man wants payout. When you got Gary bidding on your side, you going for money because he's a shot like that. And the jury might see it that way as well. And that they look at it that way, they might go ahead and declare Kevin Spacey not guilty, which is the way I think it's gonna go. I really do. So Mitchell Garabedian involve in here could hurt could hurt the prosecution I hope to God. And for sake of rule of law Spacey sues this kid and the DA formulas militias malicious persecution. I think he has a case to do that. And we already seen that he has a big parables on them. What that fucking video. He made holding the Cup. Basically is advertising that the British monarchy. You know, put the fucking nine on him or loves him. He throw the stops out of that video. So he's got a big pair of brass balls. Maybe he would go SU who the fuck knows. But no matter what your opinion is base is a what he may. Or may not have done the past. This case is ridiculous based on the facts and the testimony of the police officer who made the report. It just it's not going to go this kid's way. And you're all going to scream and go. This is bullshit. Kevin Spacey's a creepy is. Maybe he is. And I'll be the guy likes guys he likes guys on the younger side, we know this. But this, particular instance. I'm side myspace. He sorry. Let me just say this too. And this show is going to be a bunch of little difference nip it's things I've caught in this week where nothing gets done, basically, Tiffany haddish. I've already had this girl. It's not her full. But I'm gonna tell you her fault. But the fucking media through her at us and made us like her you gotta like this new black comic. She's the best. She the first female black hostess, the first African-American shut the fuck out. Let me just hear jokes. I don't care if she's the first the suck in, you know, Swahili just let her talk. Didn't take much for Tiffany haddish to to just fuck up the end of twenty eight teen by opener big trap. She gets on Twitter. And by the way, her wig was so I love this word a skew my God. She looks you rancher a fucking windstorm to get through a phone. But. She thought she's so cute. She's putting on the big smile, and apparently a fan of hers at one of her comedy shows gave her a fur vest, the sleeveless vest, and she was wearing and she said sorry pita. But I'm aware my third everyday to cop stop killing black people. You know, these these assholes just regurgitate facts, and they don't dare try and see what's true. And what's not true? They just say whatever the fuck, you wind him up and tell them to say, by the way, you know, what should I wear every day since cops have killed more white people than black fueled by a pretty large margin twenty seventeen and twenty eight what the folk should I wear what what tweet should I post about what the fuck I'm wearing. But he at what should she wear to protest all the black people killing black people. That's that's really a big question. And I'm sorry. But I gotta say this Tiffany haddish needs to get that mole removed from beneath her left. I I know she's the new girl, and we can't make fun of the new girl. But listen to me. No man likes getting close to her and seeing that thing that's going to become another face on her face. If she ain't careful Genesee the movie had to get ahead in advertising. All my I forgot about this twenty two twenty three years ago, I stumbled on this movie, and I was obsessed with it. I made every one of my friends watching it's about a guy who's got this mole on his shoulder. And he keeps picking out it's bugging him. And he's working in advertising, and he's picking it. And then we go by, sir. The moles getting bigger and bigger than it sprouts hair in the course of a few weeks in a month. The fucking mole becomes a face. Then it becomes a head. That's on his shoulder, hence, the title how to get a head. And it's so crazy the mole's got teeth. It's almost like a conjoined twin? That's what I wanna see Tiffany, haddish mole. And that looks really bad when you're up close and at the older, you get those moles get bigger. Ooh. So. So I feel like that moles going to have teat soon and a hairdo soon. I now that I told you that's all you're gonna think about to take the fucking mold off. It doesn't make you cute. A Tiffany haddish. I got pissed off the other day because this chick name BB Wreksa. She did something that a lot of girls are doing on social media, and it really pissed me off, and it has a lot to do with fame, and what people think about themselves, and where they stand with regard to infamy and fame and popularity but this BB Wreksa. She slammed. This this athlete. She didn't name yet in an Instagram storage. It's got seven million followers. So she told a bunch of people, you know, she said to this guy de ever have that one guy that always comes in and out of your life. And they are cheaters and they waste your time. And then she shared a screen shot of a conversation between herself and his football player. Nameless. Who seem you know concern because he hadn't seen him for a while. And she then went on to criticize this guy suggesting she wanted nothing more to do with them. She wrote you married, and you have three kids being good role model and players sports Lee. The fuck alone. Don't be texting me. Hey friend, especially if you're married, man. Sorry that shit don't fly with me. If you guys only knew first of all to fuck BB Wreksa. Okay. About the ten percent. You know, she is. I know she is she's a singer who's also. Written songs for Riyan Eminem and Selena. You know, I don't mean. Who is? Yeah. Who the fuck that? She thinks she that's what I really mean. And that goes for every other girl who does this kinda shit. I see it all the time. There was all it was a form of porn star. A mea Khalifa who shut down a couple of NFL guys who slid into her DM's God forbid, your porn star. You're on fucking social media. A multimillionaire athlete wants to tumble with you. He slides TDM's. Everybody single. Does it? That's how you meet people nowadays sliding into DM's is the new note in high school somewhat of a new trend. Now, where girls got the shut you down for having a nerve to do that. It gives some women that metoo muscle without having without having to suffer the real indignities that some women unfortunately have suffered at the hands of some creeps. I see women. I know ex playboy playmates actresses who haven't really worked in a long time a bunch of models, especially Instagram models and his girls are single. They're vailable women they're beautiful, and sometimes they just pop off on Facebook and put a Porsche muck on blast because he had the nerve to work up the liquid courage to say he loved the take her out. Yeah. I know sometimes guide goes too, far we've all been there. But I supposed to believe that you really feel threatened while you're long onto Facebook for fuck sake. Grow appear block is account. Log off right in back and tell them you feel uncomfortable. Reading those words. But for God's sake. Don't go public with the guy's name and other information if he's really saying seeing shit. Sure, I get it on behind you. And I don't envy being your shoes. It can't be easy being a beautiful woman. Who's that? Every guy trying to get laid with I understand that must be horrible. But for God's sakes. Don't go public with the guys information, you know? And you know. There are a few things you can do just don't put him on blast and possibly room his reputation. It it's not worth all that. It shows. How shallow you are not how shallow he is? You look evil not him. You know? Memo. We can men we thought writing on a bathroom stall for good blowjob, call who'll of Amy that was considered the worst thing ever. Now. Look back fondly on those messages, at least we couldn't tap our fingers and in a few seconds. No Amy's last name or family photos where she works. What what middle school has seven year old daughter goes to, you know, but that to be this one's a huge self promoter for for the girl waits attention of any kind. There was that time last summer. I don't know if you remember when she walked the red carpet hand in hand with Rita. Ora Rita Hora at the MTV VNA's in New York. And then then they puckered up and kissed the cameras and then last month she was on a show called Sunday brunch. Where she rejected this guy named Olly murs live on television at the she made an appeal for wanting a British boyfriend. There were doing a cooking segment, and she said other any cute single English guys out there, and she's poked fun inability to to cook. And she said the wants to marry a girl that can cook giggle, giggle. So from across the studio this guy Ali, you know, raised his hand. And he says I'm over here. But she rejected him. I don't want another singer fuck you. But the other day got me pissed she was on Instagram, and she showed this exchange between the stude-. You know, all the guy wrote was women. I see you my friend, and she actually got a plug in. She goes all be performing on NBC for New Year's Eve. And the guy goes all my God or on TV or not on TV and again with the plug AVI performing in San Jose and januar-. Meanwhile, remember the dude open with my friend and she texted back ex. Oh. Why did she make this thing before she went club? The guy you're married now. Three kids be good realm on a play your sports, leave me alone some shit, though. Fly with me she wanted this to happen. So she could blow it up like this, especially what the big opening line. She wrote ever had that one. I always comes in and out of your life. Shut. I. She should be happy that anybody even asked the question. Where can I see BB Rex up performing no one's ever asked that question? And also had if she thinks his tax was inappropriate. What did she respond? You just ignore text that you deem, bad or inappropriate. I know Honey everybody wants you must be so exhausting. Listen, ladies, let's call this exchange. What it is. It's entirely possible. This guy was trying to get laid by slang inter DM's. It's also obvious that she's trying to get some press and have people be aware of who the hell she is. I'm sick ac- Innis. But now that I told you about it, you're gonna see all over social media. These women who I know are lonely that like being bothered. I hate to say it. The secret is guys a lot of his girls want to be treated like shit. I it's not what I wanna do. It's not the way I was raised. But a lot of these girls. I really think they do. I think if you come across polite, they slam you. That's a whole show. Chick from next the pop up the slave sex slave cult leader, Allison Mack and Keith religious him in the paper today. They're really grasping at straws. Now her defense team, they're arguing that the she isn't guilty inducing force labor because the church of Scientology would be guilty. The same thing that's lane as you probably heard as a precondition to joining the. This the sex sex cult women were required to provide some sort of collateral which included anything that was highly damaging in terms of information about their friends or family members, nude photographs. And these slave that they put together sleighs were we're told that the collateral could be released any number reasons, including telling anyone about this cults existence, or if they're wanting to leave the cult so many of these slaves were branded on their pelvic. Gary's we did this show. They were cauterize with a pen and a symbol and incorporated. This sicko Keith Rainiers initials and during the ceremony. He slaves were required to be fully naked, and then fucking master with auto one slave to film, the branding while the other ones restrain the slave. They knew what the fuck David doing. They knew exactly what they were doing. But the fact that the fact that the that the defense is relying on but Scientology does it too is horrifying. It means. They got no case not that. They had a case before they're basically saying we're guilty. We, you know, this is bad. She's going away. You know, they did a two is it worked for politics and kids not much else. But this Allison Mack is so screwed if that's the best she has to work with and speaking of Scientology. You know, that was a big. I'm Rebecca today when I started to learn more and more about Scientology when I was first introduced over twenty years ago. One of the big statutes was that people kind of knew that L Ron Hubbard was mentally unsound. And I forgot who told me this could have been Joan severance, but in one of all Ron Hubbard ridiculous books. It's actually he actually points out when anything bad happens in your life. When you screw up on you, make bad choices and things don't go. Your way you're told to look around and pick someone to blame it on. 'cause it's always someone else's folks. Never your full. So this is the basis of Scientology, and the fact that house in that in a defense team is looking to incorporate that are employed that. It's good news for us. 'cause she's going to go away and good news for the slaves. But terrible news for them. And they're just say, you know, the fact that we're losing our free speech. Every day pisses me off enough. The fact that we're being censored scares me enough. And I know this situation's going on with patriot. Some people are wrote in Britain me and said AJ, I love your show, but I'm not gonna support patron. I'm like, well, wait a minute. I didn't do anything wrong to you. Why you leave me? But whatever the fuck some people just want to abandon patron 'cause they're abandoning some people. They haven't bothered me at all. And that's good news. So let's see what happens down the road. But. Free speech and censorship are being taken away on a daily basis and not only that but they're being taken away. But the rest of society is putting you down for speaking your mind, I'm bringing this up because of what happened with Andrew Zimmer, you know, the bizarre foods host on. No, I think it's travel channel the poor guy. He got screwed is show got taken off the air, basically because he had the nerve to say any restaurant competing with his serves horse shit food. I mean is that so bad is that different than what yelp does? So Andrew Zimmer n- caused a firestorm in the Asian American foodies community over the things he said about the Chinese food that people eating the mid west he called it horse shit restaurants. He made these comments to promote his own midwest. Chinese restaurant called lucky cricket. Interview in some magazine fast company or some web cycle fast company. The first lucky cricket opened up in a mini mini. Not. And in Minneapolis suburban mall, boy magic and Chinese food and fucking the app was anyhow. He said, I think I'm saving the souls of all the people from having to dine at these horse shit restaurants masquerading as Chinese food that are in the mid west. I got no problem with that. We all talk that way. I mean, Anthony board Daines said that kinda shit every show we we we lauded him for it. His basic thing is he's he's trying to coax the the flyover people to try to find a higher form of Chinese food. That's all he said what I gotta do is introduce them to different things than I used to. He said hot chili. But that's kinda who has not actually all. But I understand hand. Cut noodles, you know, real roast duck. I I understand that there is some delicacies that most people do not eat, especially if you're going to fuck in the pan, the restaurant, whatever it's called, which I love, by the way. And he's raised. Pretty much every Asian what agree with them. He's talking about. Okay, panda express. He thought about panics s and these fucking dollar Chinese restaurants authentic Chinese food. Is it a lot of places, but he's talking about the general stuff, you know, Mongolian beef and orange chicken that stuff is like. Chinese people don't eat that shit. We got shit white people do black people do Asians really can be bothered with that shit a lot of Chinese restaurants. I go to you know, it's over salted fucking junk food. It's not good for you. But Andrew Zimmer might be the only white guy who's probably he'd moral Fenwick and good Asian food than the people who are outraged by what he saying. And some people call cultural appropriation. But I call it progress, not a lesion snow Kong FU, and even fewer Asian Americans know, what Asian food really is. I go to Asian festivals. I love Asian food. So I've been to these festivals. I've been to these these these new new restaurants that are opening I love, you know, barbecued ribs Asian dishes that you don't ordinarily see I'm very into trying. But most people think, you know, a rib is Asian food. It's not it's it's gotta be prepared a certain way, you can't just throw Selanne on something called Asian. And the thing is this. There's my take about a inches Amar. I think he's Tony bore. Dane wanna be let's face it that the worst thing the world who doesn't who doesn't wanna be Anthony board danger in the food business. He Andrew Zimmer knows. He never got the respect. He thinks he deserves being chef. And then he's got a cooking traveled drill that can never ascend to the heights and popularity that Anthony bourdain show, did, you know? I don't know Anthony Andrews Zimmerman he doesn't talk and use curses too often. So saying horsh it was a little early ordinary. He's not a foul mouth guy. Does he see now? The now the Anthony bourdain is John. There's definitely a big hole. That's for sure, but nobody will replace boarding and anybody trying to step in and start acting and talking like him better, beware. They're gonna fry their own ass like Andrews Zimmer almost had happened to him with this horse shit remote. I don't have a problem with what he said. And I happen to agree with them. But you know, let's remember this is a guy who eats putrefied shot. Meet fermented skate in South Korea a foodie described as tasting like a hospital floor smells. He's also a guy that ate my favorite horse ribbon, rectum sausage. So he's a guy who really knows what horsh it tastes like, let's give them a little credit. But I, but these people wanna take him down and ruin his life that I do not agree with and real quickly before I leave boy prison officials are talking about Bill Cosby, basically unraveling. Did you hear about this? Apparently Bill is using. There was a conversation overheard or at least recorded in prison. And he's talking about dreaming and meeting his mother, and he's telling people that the prisoners using supersonic pressure on his head. He said, I think they have some kind of I in the cell every time I start writing it goes up higher to see what I'm writing. I think the mirror is rigged. There's a huge satellite on the on the compound their plans to make me, look, totally crazy. So nobody believes anything on saying he's losing guys. Bill Cosby's losing it. Radar magazine had a piece in which he claimed he had a dream his dead mother came to him and in this conversation. He said to the person he was talking to that. He has empathy for those women the women raped. I have understandings for the women. Whether that means I saw what they were struggling through that. I put these women in garbage can know your society, put them in a garbage. Can I pick it out? I picked him out of the garbage and help them this fucking guy. I don't know guys. Is this a deliberate act is Cosby trying to go bananas? We can get out of prison. Maybe go to a mental hospital. I don't know. It's all just speculation. But I'll tell you some he's not as dumb, or as crazy as we may think he is or as we may hope is longtime ago, I rented the Chris rock one night at dinner. My lows sixteen years ago, my debt fifteen years ago would just bullshit about comics one of my buddies wrote for Chris actually won an EMMY writing Chris a white Jewish guy wrote black jokes, Chris rock. I love that about America. I love that about comedy funniest funny at as much as people try and save you don't understand each other struggles bullshit, the truth is we all know what funniest so, you know, Chris was telling me he just seemed Cosby perform, I don't know where but he was amazed because Bill Cosby was doing tuna half hour show twice day. And you know, look, I'm not a comedian. So would Chris rock was telling me how insanely difficult. This is. I would argue with them. But I remember he was like he was flabbergasted that Bill Cosby can do this and even more. So by how sharp and on fire. Cosby was he said he was a little bit dirty. He was fucking smashing people. Demolishing people in news demolishing people in show bizz just didn't give shit and was letting it all hang out. And I know that people have seen the I've seen Jerry Seinfeld. Talk about this particular tour that caused me was on. He saw the show, and he talked about the best thing he ever saw. I don't know what these people seem Bill. Cosby, I know they grew up with him as he was their idol. They all spire to be as big as him. And I think both of them achieve that. But you know. I don't think I haven't thought of Bill Cosby being funny since the Cosby show, you know, but I just wanted to bring this up because here we got caused being a cell telling people how Nazis in how he thinks the cell is rigged and things are gonna happen. I didn't treat girls like garbage cans and society did. He'll fee sounds awfully Fulla shit. Also crazy, but according to the stuff from Chris, and according to the way, Jerry Seinfeld speech, a high regard for Bill Cosby, especially during this tour. Maybe he's pulling fast one on everybody. Maybe he just wants to get the hell out of prison and find himself in a place where he didn't have to fear for his life, everyday possibly, and the and the time won't be as tough, and maybe he'll be Nisa medication. Again, we all know happy to get his hands on some pills any guys as the week continues. I will get the names of my fifty dollars patrons and be sure to thank you all that list is ever changing. And I'm sorry. This last week was not good week for me and Mike to connect. We both were doing different things. But I will as we head into Friday, and I'll make sure that. All of us support the show and support me will be properly acknowledged that's it for me guys AJ Benz famous bitch. I will see you again on Friday.

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Mini Pod: SNL's Beck Bennett

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

12:12 min | 1 year ago

Mini Pod: SNL's Beck Bennett

"That's what she said that's what she said that's what she said what she says. Well that's what she said. Welcome to. That's what she said. Conversations with interesting people from the world of sports music comedy and more talking about their lives careers successes. uh-huh failures in honor of Thanksgiving. I think that of all the things you should be thankful for and there should be many and great before one of them should be me for providing you with breath delicious podcast content and because it is thanksgiving. I'm thankful for you my listeners. I'm giving you extra this bonus. Quick Conversation with Saturday night live cast member member Beck Bennett. Hope you guys enjoy it happy. Thanksgiving that's what she said Back Bennett with me. On behalf of Michelob ultra will get to that in a minute back. Obviously a cast member Saturday night live. I am obsessed. I have Saturday night live themed birthday parties us. You're dealing with a lunatic over here. Yeah it's aggressive this last episode. Yeah was was fantastic with will ferrell. There were so many. SNL alums that were Mac. and I wonder on weeks like that Does it change the energy for the whole week knowing. You're getting all those people who are veterans back Well not not too much. I mean 'cause often we don't know what the cold open is going to be or like what you know. That sketch is GONNA be so that Kinda happens a little bit later in the week But typically I guess if will somebody like wells coming you we would expect Some people becoming back when you Tracy Morgan was going to be back and then Later in the week it was more my friend. Larry David and all those people coming in but but it's it's and You get to see them all Perform together and It's definitely specifically with will being there. It's just I mean he's like the best I do so funny so sweet and you learn so much just from being around him. It's pretty great. Yeah that's what I was GONNA say. Do you ask them for advice because it is a very specific job to be on that show. It's not just being a comedian or an actor. It's also staying up crazy hours and writing on the fly. Did they come in with temps or they like giving you hugs just because they know what you're going on through they. Yeah definitely he definitely is like well and like you know like when something's funny at the table read that you wrote and it doesn't go. He's he's very supportive is like Oh yeah. It didn't go because that's reason or that reason not because it wasn't fine and So he's he's Supportive supportive they give some feedback like that and also. Yeah we talked about. It's Kinda more like Kinda comes up when he more often than or not. It'll be like so what years of you know. God it's my seventh year and he'll be like. Oh Yeah. Wow I left after seven and you know it took me until my third or fourth year. Actually get comfortable so we kinda like talk about the process in that way and I guess like tips sort of come in and that way yeah is there an alumni. Hasn't been back at while you've been there that you would maybe even maybe even dead or alive all-time SNL alumni you would've loved me Yeah I mean we. AH WE GET Eddie Murphy A couple of weeks which is really exciting. And then Adam Sandler finally hosted for the first time which was amazing very similar or energy too well so generous And so funny to be around US learn so much by watching him but I think somebody that I mean the the greats. It's obviously would have been amazing Chris Farley would have been great To have that And then also Phil Hartmann. I love the Kinda played some similar parts like the similar essence in a way so like it would be really cool to get to work with him and have him house. Do people still around. Yeah and you sort of have the similar Voice to him too. Yeah Yeah exactly certain in the business man. Yeah Yeah I'm just about fainted with the Eddie Murphy. lizotte coming up that Combo I was allowed to watch Eddie Murphy Best of SNL. At a way too young age and so I got in trouble a lot for quoting Velvet Jones as I wanna be a Ho and all all sorts of things that were not age appropriate time like host musical guest Combo. If you got to pick that could come on. Oh man host musical guest. I really don't know I think I I. I honestly feel like I've had it already in some some way. You know like I've had I want I think musical guest. I kinda like what is it. Remember AH LT sound system or fire or you know like I loved back growing up He's been on Konya Prints So yeah I mean. I can't really think of anybody right now. That's just living the dream. They might get every everything I want. I would look for like Zach Galifianakis to I would love for Danny McBride to host But but Yeah I'm sure I'm sure I thought it was a little bit more about. I could think of like outside of the box. Yeah that would really you know what my mind but yeah you're you're a neutral kit will Illinois which is right down the street from me and Lake Forest. I'm wondering does that mean you're also curse to be disappointed. Bears Fan this season Yes yes I sometimes I have to just because I'm not in Chicago and I don't have a ton of fellow. Oh bears fans. It's easier to not watch. The ratings are frustrated Eh. Avoid when when And also took it more often than not in the fall. My Sundays are my only day off so I just Kinda like. That's my only time to do what I want. So it'd be disappointed by the bears will like it's just it's like you're not worth my time right to do this But Yeah I was really hoping trubisky was going to be delivering the goes but doesn't it hasn't really felt that way. Yeah I can't believe you don't spend your one free day. You know hanging out with Chris Readiness Esley strong and the other chicagoans. Just you know I read right. I don't watch the bears every waking hour together. Exactly the bears playing on Thanksgiving. So does that mean you're going to just choose the political drama over watching the quarterback drama I think actually I would prefer quarterback draw draw for sure that's a safe emotional space But I'll be I'll be actually in Detroit with my wife's family And I don't don't think any of them have any idea. What football really? Oh really so. You'll just be there with the lions hosting the bears and no one will have any idea what's happening McDonald's tweet it'll just be a bubble. Yeah actually perfect smart for both over there since they'll be in town maybe it'll be a way to get some get some meat Good excuse to get away from the family especially during the cooking part. Come back right in time to eat ten like no work is done all day in your benefit absolutely can get rough. A lot of opinions. Were Thanksgiving dinner. That's right so do you have any family traditions. Because I know you're working with Michelob. Ultra there now the official beer of Turkey trotters and a lot of people actually do work out. My family used to have a tradition of going to the gym together. The morning of Thanksgiving before we ate ruin which thankfully we've aged out of. I think the kids got like my sister had kids and now we get out of it because no one's there to take care of them but a lot of families I have that sort of that sort of thing. Do you have any sort of family tradition. Like that for Let's see we used to do a Um flag football game In the park with a bunch of family friends So yeah we kinda that was. That was our like active tradition We'd you get up and around nine or yourself and play all afternoon. Yeah I guess work up an appetite and that way around one start cooking around annual in all Turkey bowl comes the older you get everyone tears an ACO US actually. Yeah Yeah really happened. Especially if the night before it's no good While you are the spokes Turkey for the MICHELOB. Ultra Turkey trotting does that. I mean you have been supplied with just endless amount of beer to bring to Detroit with you. I have not no man. You gotta work. What is your age do? Let's talk my agent. Yeah maybe this and get that hooked up there you go there. They're risking me having another other than I have. Yeah that's right and someone like while you're not trying you are you. Are you mentioned the sort of white guy traditional traditional white guy stuff. You've played a lot of sports. NFL guys ballot. CHECK IN AL Michaels Jim Nance and and a lot of sports people. You ever meet the people you impersonate and have to own up to whatever you you made them sound and look like you know. I haven't really met a lot of people I've been personality. I the only people that I think I've met that I've impersonated. That I remember have been nick. OFFERMAN and I'm blanking on who else who was But Yeah Offerman was very nice. I was one of my also better impressions so I kinda spot on with it. And Was I think he was actually into it So yeah I haven't met anybody who's been like I had to me made me look like I even have that interaction yet or somebody hasn't been under the impression. Well maybe maybe Maybe Mike Pence's is coming. You won't be that far away from maybe own staving that'll be. That'll be a chilling interaction. Et it comes up. I would imagine but I feel like he's pretty non dramatic. I feel right and he might be learned. Confrontation be Yeah Yeah I think he mike okay he might. At least you know appear to have a sense of humor about it gave you a lot of Sinai and then move move along to you. Yeah so if people are trotting while presumably you and I are sitting at home drinking beer instead they can share race day photo. Tagging at Michelob. Ultra on twitter if they use the hash tags will for beer and promotion anytime between November the twenty eighth and December First Michelob. Ultra will donate a buck to ample harvest dot org a mission to end food. Waste and hunger so great thing to be involved with. Enjoy your time Detroit right. I hope that this inspired you to head to the game and take a break from family and instead be miserable watching Mitch but we might beat the lions. I mean there's a shot in naked W I mean that'd be great. I would love to be there to see it so yeah it actually has. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA look into it right now. All right awesome. Thanks for taking time back really appreciate it absolutely. Thanks for talking Eddie Murphy for me. It's much I will. I'll probably say thank you. Well that's what she said brew. I'm loud and bold radio announcer. who was hired to tell the loud and bold flavors and Tyson? Anytime there's chicken's necks their boldly says it full of flavor. 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On-Air 2021 Goal-Setting and Accountability Plans with Rookie Investors Beth Henson, Jackson Seedott, and Jordan Crockett

Real Estate Rookie

1:03:23 hr | 7 months ago

On-Air 2021 Goal-Setting and Accountability Plans with Rookie Investors Beth Henson, Jackson Seedott, and Jordan Crockett

"This is real estate rookie. Show number. forty five doesn't have to be massive action just has to be consistent. And so that's one thing i found is just taking that daily consistent action doing something. That's moving in that right direction over time. That's trying to build up and that's gonna lead you to where you want to go by name. Is ashley care. And i am here with my wonderful co host. Tony robinson and i've been trying to hide during the interview because i i'm wearing the earth that he got me for chris. Thank you very much. Will real estate advice for us so funny i was thinking that i'm glad i'm glad you liked it. I thought oh that's perfect for actually like if there was ever a real estate investing and today i got it like i think it's the day before christmas to so two days of our time so today we are going to be talking about twenty twenty a little bit and talking about twenty twenty one goals. So there's a sign up there that says did you guys realize that twenty twenty is now twenty one so you thought that tony tony was bad but let's twenty one so you put that sign in the window at a liquor store out. I thought it was buddy. Tell us about the three guests that were having today. We've got some got some people in the show. So we've got jackson jordan and beth and really cool because they've all started investing in twenty twenty. They've kind of moved at different paces if they've employed different strategies and we do a really deep dive of what they did in two thousand twenty one or what they did in twenty twenty. What some of the lessons were that. They learned in what some of their big goals were. So i think a big piece to take away. The listeners is that you're all going to kind of move at different speeds and just because you see one person moving a little bit faster than you doesn't mean that you're necessarily doing something wrong so hopefully you can use the story today. As as kind of a guy to help you guys get started as well. Yes so one thing that is actually brought up a couple of times. By jordan and jackson. Is the intention journal by brandon. Turner and i hurried and texted our producer to say. Hey can we do something with this because this is exciting so actually just responded to record this and said that we can actually have you guys a twenty percent discount so if anybody wants to join them in doing the next ninety day intention journal go bigger packets dot com to the bookstore and you can get the intention journal for twenty percent off. Just use the code rookie at checkout. So that's pretty awesome. I might go home by myself in next year. Supply too. I love it so yeah. Oliver gas super excited to bring him on and what their goals are. And then we're going to have them back in six months and at the end of the year. See how they did. so let's meet. Beth are really quick before brigham on before we meet them. Gotta talk about tommy boy before we before we talk about your styling watched it. I i get the references. Now i know what a niner is and walkie-talkie and something about a putting your head of somewhere that it shouldn't belongs. i learned. I learned a lot of good things. Thank you for making me watch that and it was a it was a good laugh. I hope it becomes a household classic. I had so many people like message me when i posted that on my stores and that's one of the funniest movies ever like so many dots so it was a good laugh. Thank you for reducing metoo. That was like i. Think the first bowl chris farley movie. I've ever watched ever seen a chris farley. It was good. It was just put a lot more quotes into the testing. You're you're you're only like five movies. I can actually okay now. Let's bring them on. And maybe there'll be a movie quote. Not let's welcome bath. Jordan and jackson. But i know that we're going to hear from our show sponsor as you all know i'm over here in my market buying twenty five thousand dollar properties but not. Everybody can do that. Not everybody has that in their market. And if you're having trouble finding local deals that actually cash full but maybe a little nervous to invest outta state. I have an easy entry point for you guys today to get into investing checkout rent to retirement actually have full turnkey properties. That are already renovated leased and managed. So you already have your full team in place so you can invest with confidence out of state. So they have options from single family multifamily and have a bunch of different markets to choose from and their their goal is to maximize casual appreciation equity for you. 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We want to start obviously by recapping twenty twenty and what you guys wanted to do for for this year and then we'll kind of rolled into the twenty twenty one goals from there. So beth want to start off. What were some of your goals for twenty twenty. How'd you do compared to those goals. And over some of the lessons that you learned twenty twenty lived my first year as a real real estate investor and my goals are pretty standard. I wanted to acquire ten units in my first year. And right now. I'm at six at the beginning at the first week in january. Al close three more soviet nine. I am kind of rolling that in. I didn't buy my first property until february of year. So yeah that's a really good. That's awesome thank. You actually don't feel like it's that much. I could do more now. That i've done it. I'm like i could do a lot more. So i wanna pause real quick. Because that's you're kind of saying that really nonchalantly and casually but but like to get six units in one year as a first time. Investor is a big accomplishment. What were some of the things you felt you. did that. Set you up to you over to move as quickly as you did. Starting in february now being in december took it six units right. I mean i i you know. The foundation is obviously education. Gotta know your fundamentals. You have to know what is the deal with. That comes the confidence to take action. And i think that once you get to a certain point. I knew that i just had to rip the band aid off. Just go and i also knew that once i got started. I wasn't going to slow down. that's awesome. Yeah it's it's really fun. it's fun so yeah. I wanted to keep growing and scaling from here. And just give us a quick overview or all of those six units are they a single family. Homes is a little bit more family. What's that six units composed of my. I was jeep lex and then the rest are all single family homes from there and the three unit that i'm closing in two weeks is is a three units triplex so but it's mostly single family homes actually really. I really kind of prefer single family homes right now. They casual justice. Well and i. I just i don't know. I think the tenants are going to be there for a long time. I think they love their home. And i think they're a little bit easier to manage than than the multifamily units. But anyway. i'm still fairly new. So we'll see but i i love building a portfolio of of a mix but i really am drawn to the single family homes right now for a multitude of reasons but they're easily to salve. I wanted to sell them out though. I don't have any from selling any. But i like you know. Mix of everything. So congratulations to. You are moving so quickly. Where are you holding your portfolio. Is it where you live or investing out of state. so i'm based in hagerstown maryland. We're about an hour and a half outside of dc about an hour and a half outside of baltimore or western maryland so You know we were. We would be considered a tertiary market. So it's about one hundred fifty thousand people and that's where all my properties are right. As of now. And i continued to plan to build the portfolio there. I am aware of the importance of diversification. Do wanna grow in scale and in other markets so. That is a goal of mine. Probably not for this coming year. But maybe the next year i do. I do have a goal for not sorry for jumping ahead too far but i you know i would like to purchase a couple of properties in twenty twenty one in short term rentals in a different market. So but yeah. I'm anne maryland vote. Congratulations so far. And what you've done in the past year and we will jump ahead and we'll get to that in a little bit but next let's hear from jackson jackson. Can you tell us a little bit about what you've been doing this past year. So i'm pretty new to the rookie phase. That as far as i'm still looking for my first deal. So i've been doing a lot of research and like it and really to be honest kind of in that route of light being stuck in the analysis paralysis and so what's been one of the things i've really been working on in. Twenty twenty is to really just get my like all my finances in order. So i've always been pretty good on japan drafter of my personal finances and you know having a budget and stuff like that and then i also have a side business that i do in addition to w two job which i do woodworking and carpentry and stuff like that so with when everything kind of shut down in twenty twenty My w two job. I'm a special education teacher so when all the schools close trying to left me with a lot of time on my hands. 'cause i just student i worked with doing remote or virtual learning wasn't really an option so i ended up with a lot of time on my hands. And that just allowed me to really important to my my side hustle and ten scale that into almost my new full-time job so i just pulled a into marketing and trying to get sales through that and pick up some jobs through that and really kind of build my reserve so that way i treated in this coming year trying to go on the attack something pops up or once once i come across the deal. It's a good deal. I could actually action on it as to opposed to previously. just like look on either zillow or craigslist anywhere. I could find a house even if i found a deal. It's like okay. Well i don't have money. I have drafted the partner yet so like still analyzing it but the really wasn't anything i could do with it so i knew that to turn getting dennis in a position where i could take action. That's what i needed to focus on. And i was really successful. And i actually ended up my revenue from twenty nineteen this year so had a really good solid year in that and now i'm at a point where i have a good amount of cash reserves saved up and i'm ready to deploy that on my first deal jackson that's awesome kinda took a hard thing covert and you turn it into a great positive for yourself. Congratulations on that. And i'm so excited that you're ready to dive into your first deal. The first i wanna know what are some action items that you can give. Maybe an investor like yourself who was maybe looking to Get their personal finances in order. What some advice you can give someone probably the number one. The first thing that i would suggest is getting a budget. So there's tons of different budgeting softwares out there. There's ones that are free. There's ones are paid just budget and just give like the system that i use is kind of late. It's called a zero based or an everydollar budget. So you have to give every dollar that comes into your account a name or a place so whether that's your fixed expenses which are things that you know the same payment every month. That doesn't change so if you have a mortgage payment or rent payment on lynn's like that and then you have your variable expenses. Which are things that fluctuate a little bit. Month-to-month like electric gas utilities. Things like that food groceries. You're running your personal finances like a business. Because that's the same thing you have to do for a business. Yeah absolutely and that's something that i try to learn as i don't really have a formal business background so i definitely was kind of building the plane flying. I like to say and having that strong personal a personal finance foundation really helps wants my business. Took off keeping not in keeping everything organized with just keeping everything well budgeted and being as well capitalized as possible. It's a really cool story and asha personal finances I'm a big fan of that to you. Guys go listened to my interview on the bigger pockets. Money podcast you about why. I have twenty four checking accounts and how use all those kinda helped me budget by money. So i'm the same way. I love getting the budget budget in place. I want to talk about the side hustle. A little bit. Because you you kind of gloss over that quickly as well what made you think. Would you believe that starting aside. How was what you needed to do to kind of kick start your investing career. And what advice would you have for other investors. Maybe don't have the capital and how they could get started with their own side hustle to fund that real estate investing. Yeah sure so for me. Like i said like mine. Wtvn a special education teacher. It's something that i love. It's something i'm passionate about. My mom is actually a special education teacher. So that's something that's always been in the family but it sounded known. It's no secret that you don't become a millionaire by being a teacher Unfortunately education you know isn't necessarily the high one of the highest danger. So i knew i needed something where i'm doing everything on my end. So kind of live below my means and have that that foundation in place but just to kind of expedite that process and really build up some of that that happened. I knew i needed an additional source of income from somewhere and so we're trying to woodworking carpentry. China came into plays and two thousand eighteen. My girlfriend and i built our first home together. And so we had this beautiful brand new home and nothing to put and so we were shopping around and looking for furniture and stuff and i just i had sticker shock. I couldn't believe how much some of these home furnishings and stuff cost. And so i've always been not only very budget minded but also fairly handy so every time we went into a store. You know you build something. That's you know. Choice is good and would last twice as long for a fraction of the price. So that's kind of how it got started with building stuff for my own house and then ten from emerging from both my parents and my girlfriend's parents just a you know this is really great quality. Stuff you should look into. You know selling some of this stuff. And even i was trying to hesitant at first. I don't know how to market it. Get it get it out there and just took a dive in the first year in two thousand nineteen Just made a chapel facebook marketplace. Ads didn't have any formal kind of business structure. Just put it out there and trying to see what happened and it was received. Well i did pretty well my first year so then in twenty twenty nine hundred twenty twenty. I started to take your a lot more serious starting to look at it like a natural business and so data kind of set up with an llc like a true business checking challenge everything you know in my for my business separate from my personal finances and really just trying to hit the ground running from there and for for the listeners right. Not everyone's going to have a skill set of woodworking right that that's the lesson that i hope you guys are taken away. But it's that each of you may have some kind of skill that's marketable right of you know. Maybe it's not woodworking. Maybe you're good at tutoring or maybe you know. Maybe you can do some side maintenance jobs for other real estate. Investors are so many different things you can do as a side hustle to help build that revenue. So i'd love that you kind of dive in head first and found something that worked for you. Yeah definitely and i just one other thing is you're saying that is think about like what like what the pain points are. What like what you need or what you're looking for in your own life and see how you could market that skill or market that service to somebody else you know for me. It was like oh. I don't wanna pay for expensive furniture from a big box store while five. Feel that way. Like i'm sure other people feel that way and i tried to write a service there. Where maybe it's digital marketing. You're really good at facebook and social media to take over for you know there. There's a small business owners did was. He doesn't wanna take care of that. There's there's just different ways to be creative and thinking about how you could provide value to someone else. It's great thank you so much and you're right. There's so many virtual jobs out there that you can do right from home to get your side hustle going. Okay so let next. let's go to jordan jordan. Can you give us a little background. None what you have been going on in the past year definitely in in what. I'm super geek to be here at this. I love you guys. Love the podcast. It's definitely have you so Just as far as my journey. I guess is start off so i've been married three years in a few months two to three months and the first thing we did when we got married. Got it as a wedding present. Was the dave ramsey book with things so we went to this. Church is like this. Catholic church knows like ten other super old couples and we did the whole a months of they ramsey and that was like mind blowing in super helpful. Help me mo. I just get on the same path as far as money in and and how to operate So from their alice full-on like that is horrible. This is this is how we will run life and eventually retire and then fast forward to like January twenty twenty is when i read rich dad poor dad and like everybody else that blew my mind learn so many lessons and from there on fire like i gotta i gotta figure out how to get out the rat race and then just do several different streams in understandings and it out that no real estate investing was something. Look more into that recommended. The bigger pockets watched the ninety day. Webinar on how to get your first property ninety days later yet my first property and it's a duplex in minneapolis minnesota. So we've been out hacking and this had tons of lessons within that indus taking action And then listening to you guys is podcasts. I was listening to Taylor name in in in reached out to them and deep has become a mentor. Now so we meet on a on a month to month basis just kind of go over things. Elsewhere direction is been impactful so as far as like goals and and things going forward right now. I'm focusing on ceiling For a number of reasons outside of just the revenue. But that's a that's kinda or right now. And then i can out for sure. Go into the twenty twenty one goals but yeah. That's that's the the short just a of everything. I want to ask. Follow question because you you said you attended the bigger pockets Repertoire that shows you how to get your deal in the first ninety days and i'm sure there has been you know. Probably tens of thousands of people have gone on that webinar. By now. And i would assume that maybe only a small fraction of people actually get their. I deal in the first ninety days. What do you feel. You did differently than so many other folks that have gone through that that actually allows you to take action and get that deal done in such a short time frame. Yeah i love that question. I think it it really just comes down to action if for me personally if i write something down if i commit to something i gotta have you know through the storm or whatever i'm gonna make it happen so my wife and i talk. We committed and took the step to give the realtor took the steps to get pre-approved and it just kinda took off. Mary and i won't say like from there. We were right away saying we're going to get a duplex in south minneapolis. It was it was really leitch. Will you know we would love to get a rental property. But worst case scenario will get like some a small house in in minneapolis or something like that but the more education in reading i started to do with bigger pockets and more. I started having conversations. My wife on going to do what our goals wants to be on how we wanna be financially free in five years real estate investing the the mountain that it seems to to get smaller into a hill and we really rely on right. Let's do this. We can be property. Managers saw it out. Same reading the books gave me confidence to say our. I can manage his property. I can figure it out in. Yeah that was that. Was it so. It helped me gain confidence in the action. Just helped him get there. That's really cool. Yeah those are great lessons because jackson your path. This year was similar to to jordan's in the sense that neither one of you start the year with with deals but you guys kind of took different paths and it sounds like jordan was able to kind of break down the process a little bit to make it a little less scary i guess. How does that compare with without. You felt this year jackson. Yeah absolutely. I was just trying to like not nodding along the whole time. That jordan was talking justice. I related lots of what he says starr's the process was and one of the things that really helped me is. I had heard on the between the show and the the bigger package real estate. Podcast the but the one thing that has been mentioned dozens and dozens of times. And finally i was you know what maybe i got a check out so i picked up a copy and read through it and it's a great. I mean i highly recommend if you haven't read it yet but one of the things that talks about is kind of goals like goal setting with a purpose and talking about how to take those how to figure out what you're not step is how to figure out what your one thing is. The most important thing that's going to make everything else in your life or your business or whatever aspect of your life. You're working on easier or they were much more eloquently than i can think of but it really helps you identify what that not stop it or what that. I most important venues that you need to be working on. So i. I did that and i worked through you know starting to with like what. Okay what do. I want my life to be someday and lead jordan said like i want to be financially free. I want to do what. I want where i want with who i want and so it's be on track for that. You know in five years. I will have to have x. number dollars in passive and trump to support that so okay go from there so one year from now. What something that under the needs to do in order to be on track for that five year goals to reach that one year goal. And so that's kind of where i came up with my My goal to buy my first property by the end of two thousand twenty one and so to just keep breaking down further to my monthly my weekly roles and even the daily goals and even once i can do right now to get on track for those other goals and so in doing that. I really realized that one. A lot of these action items aren't as scary as or as hard as you made them out to be and to just like the other guests. That's like you're capable of doing so much more than you really think so. I think originally my first year or my end of the year goal so by the end of twenty twenty my goal is to be like to connect with a realtor reach out with a realtor while exhorting working down through that and i realized that takes about five minutes to do and jumped on bigger pockets. Message a trouble realtors in my area. My market that i thought might work. Good got a good fit with one day so okay not substituting for your proofs and man that's scary. That sounds hard difficult. Well you know. I have a relationship with our lender that we bought our first house through so i sent him an email. I didn't even actually joined the phone with them. I mean i hate talking on the phone. Selling that in itself is generally like no but like sandoval documents couple things and boom. We'd app preapproved and that's a day. Or maybe later day or two so those things like that seem hard. They seem difficult The really not that difficult you just have to identify them and then just attack them and take action on it and it doesn't have to be massive action. It just has to be consistent action. And so that's one thing i found is just taking that daily consistent action doing something. That's moving in that right direction over time. That's to build up in that stern allegiance. Who where you wanna go to comment on that really quick because that's super important right. He you said it's not about massive action but it's about consistent action daily consistent action and if there's anything that listeners take away from this podcast episode. I hope it's that because as we talk about goals for twenty twenty one. That's what it's gonna be about. So i just had to comment on that. Sorry i actually go ahead. No that was a great thing to reiterate. I the thing that i thought of when you were saying. This is that the other day. Taro yarborough was on a webinar with me. And he's a huge real estate investor out of seattle and he was talking about how he doesn't create a goal. He actually creates a plan. He's like you want to build a house and hire a contractor. That had a dream a goal of building your house. You would hire one. That actually had a plan. And i think what you just said as creating those action items and breaking everything down into steps. It's kind of along the same lines. You're creating a plan to reach that goal. So i think that was really awesome. What charles side and what you said so thank you for sharing that but now let's talk about some big lessons that we learned from twenty twenty that maybe prepared you for twenty twenty and how you're going to set your goals going forward bath. Do you want to go ahead and start. I guess it's a vetting your contractors. I mean everyone has their horror stories. Fortunately i don't really have any horror stories. But i you know had a couple of not so great experiences and i've had a bunch of wonderful experiences with the contractor that i'm working with currently so that that's a big one budgeting for rehabs. That's that's another big one currently working on a flip. That i think i'm thirty thousand over. Unfortunately i have the cushion in my that. I can spend the extra thirty thousand so Budgeting for your we cost is whether you're doing a bar doing a flip it's all the same. You gotta really learn your numbers on to do these things and you get better at the more you do. But sometimes there's some painful lessons there for those are good ones awesome. Okay awesome that you learn those painful lessons but at least you're taking them as lessons than moving forward. Yeah yeah everything's lesson all the good all the bad it's all a lesson and there's that quote unquote where it's like you know you'd rather fouls forward then fell backwards. So yes okay. Jackson do want to go next thing about it and just trying to retain what what i said previously. I think just the power that persistence and the power of that consistency. And just that really like stick it like having that kind of sticking with an sticking to it and so late one of the things that you know i'm thinking about right now is now. I'm at the point where starting to make offers on deals and originally something. I didn't think i'd be doing until january february march and it's not even the end of twenty twenty twenty not even over yet and i'm already at that point so that's kind of exciting and of course almost to be expected. The first offer i may made was rejected. And so that was disheartening. Is like well i just. I'm going to give up and go about go. watch netflix. For eight hours and investing is not gonna work. This is dumb but now you can't let you down. You can't let that hold you back and you just gotta think like every every no that gets me that much. Closer to my. Yes so. I think just being that that persistence. And it's no surprise. That twenty twenty was a hard year for a lot of people and Just the fact that we all got through that that i got through it and i came out on the other side of this and a better position than i was at the start of twenty twenty. You know i think just just Just shows that power that persistence perseverance and sticking with it jackson. You're dropping bombs right here. Man i don't even think you realize you said every no gets me closer to a yes and that's the exact mindset you wanna have as a real estate investor because there's going to be challenges is going to be obstacles. There's going to be things that go wrong. But you have to understand that every one of those setbacks is just one step closer to your goal. So i i love the mindset. You've got going into the twenty twenty one jordan. What about you brother. What was what were some of the big lesson you learned last year. Yeah yeah so quite quite a few And i just want to in what what beth. In jackson said from beth like the lessons in even if it doesn't go your way or whatnot is super important in from jackson's pieces. Well but for me. One of the things i feel like i learned a lot in dislike. Taking action is et If you don't know something you'll figure it out like i didn't know with this property i have now my h backs My furnace for attendances is in the attic. And i had no idea about that that it was something. That's kind of Abnormal or weird. I learned super quick. That you kinda gotta make a few calls before you get somebody who wants to go up there Like i had a it was leaking. So that kinda made it kind of late through the ceiling. And i'm thinking like oh this is you know a nightmare and whatnot but It was it was really like the situation's fixed within one day of me just being able to take action so say that that was a huge piece. Me another piece. I've learned is Really that let me think Another piece I'll say peace said a lot a lot of my friends. Everybody's kind of talks about real estate investing. I've kinda figured out how passionate i am about it taking action through kind of figuring out my why In that kind of gets me through the nose right now with doing wholesaling. There's a lot of latinos. I do a lot of cold calling Within like jackson said it gets you closer to a really does. Get you closer to that. Yes so i'd say those are the big ones is kinda like figuring out that why with the y Just leading that push you in staying consistent with would be me. I want to touch on how you said. If you don't know you can figure it out. I mean you all kind of touched on that. What i think of when you guys are saying that is worse case scenario. So you're going into your first deal. You're going into your next deal. What is the worst case. Scenario that you're afraid to take action on figure out. How what do you need to take care of that. Worse scenario okay. So jordan found out about his h vac unit. He knew where to go to learn about how to take care of that issue document and put all of these processes checklist information in. Save it somewhere so that when you're ready to take that step you have access to everything. Maybe you're afraid that something will happen and you don't have enough money okay. Well then that's where reserves. Come into place in those reserves are meant to give you that peace of mind to take care of a situation if it comes up if you know you need information. There's a tenant problem you don't know how to handle it will. That's where you have the resources from bigger pockets. You have the people in the forums. Nowhere to go and find those things. Fear was definitely one of the things that helped me back from getting started. But you can always find the answer so just make sure you are prepared as to where you can actually get that answer and then sometimes unfortunately an something can be fixed very easily with money so having those reserves again i'll say it again in place can really really benefit you and help you overcome. That fear getting started because you can just find the answer through money or with whatever resources or your network you have available to you. I'm sure jordan. That taylor has been a great resource for you has been. He's been huge. And it's and it's really on the piece of kind of taking that as i'm going kinda like what they call it like building a plane as you're flying you know i'm kind of figuring out what i lake in. In what makes sense high can best use my strings. And i'll just have conversations with taylor and will talk about like how would i actually dubar like next will actually have to do in it so funny. I like playing his days like just. Just go down the street x. The guy working on his home you know if he wants to sell us alison do this that in just from like doing those things like i'll get a buyer. Now you know. I'll build a relationship and it is kinda simple as at where mike i you know that i do need to take that action in that over stink. It saw for anyone wondering taylor is. He was on the rookie episode number twenty four. I go to bear pockets dot com for slash rookie. Twenty four to listen to his but real quick. 'cause i really wanna know this because i get asked us ally and i see it. Come up all the time real quick. Can you tell us how you got him to be your mentor. Yeah so. I heard that. So twenty four almost like relates that hundred and not in the military but just a distinct she was talking about. I just loved hearing it in like. That's that's the wavelength. I wanna be on i now so rotate in my attention journal that i wanted to find a mentor By the ills like september. Something like that. So i reached out to him and He back pretty quick and then from there he actually was like. Yeah we can set up something or or whatnot. And i said Okay gray like we'll what i said. What happened okay. So what happened was talking about the burr book. I let me get the book before. I do a meeting with you so i was like well. Let me read this book first and then. Let's let's do the meeting site. Don't ask you questions that can district out mena book week use. The best timing is like in this was like so profound me. He called me on instagram. And he is like dude i can like. I've read all the books. Like i can kind of help you with this. In click to me is that this would really be like a a fast track for me to kind of understanding a lot of those things. 'cause he's already he's already done it. Got experience so. I can still read the book but is really just for reference when he can kind of. Tell me. give me his experience as i can take action so that was a just that piece of of him saying like you know for sure got analysis connecting bill from there and we hit it off in. He's been a huge help. Yeah haven't having someone who can kind of show you. The path is always helpful. And like you said even even if you don't have the resources tap into mentor there's so many other ways to get that information to get that knowledge we've got a facebook group with nineteen thousand people in there almost and there's so much interaction and and and guidance there and there's a forms obviously so even if you know for the listeners you're not able to maybe get a mentor for yourselves or so many other resources out there that can help you get started so love that advice. I hope he buys are enjoying this episode of the real estate rookie for gonna be right back after this quick break so many of us today are strapped for time. 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Twenty twenty one. And how can i help. Hold you accountable for those goals. Sure i'd like to scale my local portfolio to twenty units by the end of twenty twenty. One i'm looking to acquire as i mentioned earlier to Short term rentals not not local to me. So i'd like one. I i said you know maybe like a beach. Destination like florida somewhere. And then maybe like amount in our lake destination so to start to do some short term rentals and i to really continue in scale my flipping also. It's not something. I ever set out to do kind of accidentally stumbled into flipping and i i really i like it and i think that i don't flip. Just the flip flipped. So i can buy more rentals and you know even though i utilize the burma thank. You still need to have those preserved new still need to generate keep generating the revenue. So it's a it's a combination of flippy gr- scaling my my slipping profits i through a pretty audacious number out there to the universe. It's kind of a five hundred thousand dollars in revenue from flips. It's kind of crazy number. But maybe i can do it. I don't know we'll see. And like i said to Two out of the area short term rentals so those are the three big ones right there are as the numbers go and then obviously i can take it a little bit more granular than that. I know my strength. I know my weaknesses after a year of throwing myself into this. I know what i am good at doing. And i know that what i'm not so good at and so i need to really work on those things that i'm not so good and those are the kind of like the behind the scenes the all of the the accounting stuff that actually love. I you know the the paperwork the accounting all of the documentation i. That's not my strength. And i know that i need to just you know. Make it a strange better. So i can at some point delegated off to somebody else but those types of things like just as important as you know flipping ten houses next year creating the systems creating the policies and making this an actual business is is a goal in and of itself and i recognize the importance of of doing those things in order to scale and grow my business so kind of that just as far as being a number source passive revenue monthly. You know had that goal. And let's than other investments using the profits from slips and things like that to find other investments in really diversifying as an investor or those are some other goals but the bid. Those are the big three right there the flipping the bill scaling my portfolio and some expression. I i wanna know what are going to be three action items. That are going to get you closer to meeting those goals. What are three things that you know that you have to do every month every week or maybe you even only have to do. It wants to get you to those goals every week and needs right like right down and expenses all of the numbers. I guess weekly basis. So that's one. What about further short term rental. Would you need to do to to get that short term rental yes. I need to start researching other markets and really be diligent about researching. What markets do i wanna get into because it's kind of blue ocean. Look there's there's a ton of options out there and it's a bit daunting you know trying to figure out okay. Well where do. Where do i wanna go. So i guess researching other markets and that could prove to be useful because eventually i'd like to buy long term rentals in other markets also so market research. Yet tony tony might have some great advice as to how to find those markets. Tony's doing short term rental to different markets. Right now take. Yeah yeah. I know my own market my personal backyard so well like the backs of hands and i need to stop like learning that market. I i need to really focus on on learning from others and that's just kind of so I don't have a third any other suggestions. So let me just recap what you have so far. So you've got every week you want to focus on the numbers of financials things like that. And then you've got Researching other markets specifically with the focus on short term rentals. But your goal is to get the twenty units right. I guess what what else around. What are some of the other activities. You feel that you need to do or maybe a skill that you need to develop. It'll help you get there to actually reach that goal. I think overall it. If i want a scale to take on more than just i just overall know that i need to develop a better system better system for how i do this instead of me. Doing all of the planning need to develop the systems in mississippi. So i don't have to be everywhere and do everything myself any sense does it. Does i love it and those are good things right in an astronaut will be checking up on you making sure the we're actually taking these actions hansen since some advice in like old. Try this were. I know that. I need to like choose. The new management software because you know cozy at some point is just gonna like going to outgrow that. I need to choose something different. You know. I need to really learn how to use quickbooks. It not like. I need to learn how to use that things like that. That i've kind of just like put off because i you know just kind of procrastinated on those things know the things that don't wanna do not really quick on on the on the accounting side. I think. Actually you're the one that i think turned me onto this initially but i've been using desa and it's so much easier to using quick books on. I love quickbooks really robust tool. But if you're just starting out says like it's all already set up we're just gonna plug into your expenses and it gives really good reporting so look that if you haven't i was actually going to go to a steph up and that was on the back of my mind like i need to move to cozy doesn't really do that because he's really just about managing the rents and you can keep other documents there but i need to go to something a little bit more robust that can do a little bit more so those are the things that i need to do. Is basically so yeah. Another action. item is just transitioning over to that new management system and things like that. That's good dashboard for investors. So you can't collect rent payments or anything like that from it but it will gather all of your financial information you can keep track of your income and expenses and you can keep your documents in there and it's also free you can pay for an upgraded version but the free want is great. Blue of quickbooks sang or yoga. But then you just need your rent collection software. A separate one. I know it does integrate with some. I think like app folio. Even if you have a property manager they can send you the reports and then you just enter it into stuff. But also there are virtual systems out there. Who specialize in inputting data into steph or quickbooks or are there so when you are looking to transfer to a different software you can find a virtual assistant online. That will do all of that for you. Just send them what you have. And then they make it all pretty imperfect. That's definitely. I understand the importance of knowing how to do it myself. I so i definitely need to conquer that myself. And then i can delegate that off but yes i i'll learn it myself so y- thank you beth. Oh those are good goals. And i love the big goal with the flipping. The five hundred k. I love big kind of aggressive goals. That's beautiful audacious. There you go all right jackson. What about you brother. What's what's on the docket for for twenty twenty one for you so like i said originally like a couple months ago when i sat down and decided to what kind of goals focus on one. I wanna hit. I had that. I that relegating my first property and i wanted to. I felt like even just that was a little bit vague. So i wouldn't be on that say you know by the end of the twenty twenty one. I'm gonna buy my first ranch property that student produced at least one hundred and fifty dollars a month cash flow and so one of the things that i worded it that way is i. You know with my background in education and having to write educational goals We use the. They're called smart goals. And it's just a framework for writing roles and so that has a the that acronym stands for specific measurable attainable relevant in time based so i wanted to be specific enough and i guess i should even add letting your family inches. I've i've looked into single family and duplex but just to get started kind of for the inventory purposes liquidity purposes. I think single families were wearing wanted to get started and measurable it's measurable it's absolutely something that is attainable. It's relevant to my long-term goals and it's also time based but with that in turn looking at where where i've come so far and how hug already realized as i've said before l. your cable achieving so much more such a short period of time by buying one unit in an entire year is kind of age to me. It's a little bit of low hanging fruit. So i tried to want to challenge myself a little bit more so i think jordan mentioned something about how he has. He's been using the ninety day contention journal so i also picked up a copy of that and so i'm going to be working through that and so my first goal there i'm looking at is within the first ninety days of twenty twenty. I wanna get. I property under contract and then you know from there kind of spend the majority of the year just learning that learning the business of being a real estate investor getting the best talked about getting those systems getting those processes learning as. You're going being that that boots on the ground having your your hands in the game so to speak and then you know. Just continue to Working both my the investing side of things in trying to steal my side hustle also build up the cash reserves that i have and continue to be in chapel is so i can redeploy and if that second deal maybe even in twenty twenty one. I want to challenge that goal. Just a little bit jackson. Because i i think you know if we if we use your experiences from twenty twenty and you realize that some of the things that you thought were going to take awhile didn't take as long as they actually did if you get that first property within the first ninety days you're still going to have. What does that two hundred and seventy ish days to do something else right. I don't think it will take you that long to get comfortable. So i would challenge you to maybe up that from one property to release two for two thousand twenty one. Because i think you can do. No i definitely agree all right so there it is okay jordan. Can we hear your goals. Yeah absolutely so for me. Twenty twenty one. I want to add thousand dollars in your cash flow of for passive income monthly through rentals. And then i would like to build a team in system. So what that looks like is heavy on the networking finding lenders. General contractors contractors property manager and then Within that subset is a finding a mastermind that that i relate to incan work with in might third goal is additional revenue additional everything real estate of one hundred thousand in that's from imi primarily from wholesaling and or flipping As well so do i flip would be something on that list as well and i have some some personals too but that's the that's the rundown what are your action items going to be the three. Yeah yeah so action items for me than I of ninety days. Big one is focused is network growth so making calls to lenders say like every day at least making one call to somebody who i can network with the as. I mentioned that list of lenders contractor subcontractors or property managers just understand areas in market that might wanna be in her neighborhood and then finding a mastermind So it's really heavy on on reaching out. is is going to be one of the kind of actionable items and then for wholesaling in slipping. Ideally i wanna be the guy with the deals. I mean. everybody wants to be that guy. But i want to do the work to to be in that position So in addition to networking. That's what wholesaling is is gonna do for me. It's really a metric game right now. What i'm doing is is doing primarily cold calling in. I am sending out some direct mail in then For christmas i asked for a care website. So i'm going to get that up in up enroll into a just consistency and being on top of my metrics there just of it good jackson. I feel like we kind of we didn't ask you your three action items. I think we glazed over that. So what are like three things. I know you like to have a very Precise plan and break it down. So why don't you give me a daily thing that you're gonna be doing daily. So what are the things. That i've been that after made it to. I've been doing this. I've spent at least thirty minutes every every morning looking at deals and then analyzing deals and ten point where the market that. I'm looking at it. Like i'm really getting to know like like even down to the street level like as soon as i see an address what street it's on i know. Is that something. That i don't wanna look at or or not. So analyzing deals to identify properties and then just starting to make offers on on those and channel jordan said. I think this is just be a matter of a numbers game and just making up some offers every week every month and again just and play that numbers game and i'm prepared to get a lot of knows a lot of rejections but as we've talked about before how it's just a closer to that so that yasser to that deal then i also want to focus on trying to continuing to Scale my side hustle increase my my business revenue just to that second supplemental sources Source of revenue and that that source of income to use her again both investing in in reserves. I love that having the multiple streams of income. I'm a big believer in that. Especially since cova where you know. I always thought like our rental income was our backup. That was our safety net and that we know anything happened the farm like then that would cover that but now during cove it was like when it first started like. Oh my gosh. Our tents might not pay rent but like the farm was fully operating was not affected at all. And it's like okay. This did a total of one eighty on me. I was not expecting that. But that's why i love. The multiple streams of income is that you have different different sources to rely on. Yeah so we want to ask guys what we can do for you guys to help. Hold you accountable. I've already thought of homework assignments for all of you but we want to know. How can we help you throughout the next year to to make sure you guys are can reach these goals giving suggestions and just you know if you have an idea of something that i can do. I'm down. i'll do it. I think sometimes just knowing what to do is the challenge you know like what should i do. Where do i start or or giving me a suggestion about you. Know look at look at this website or have you checked this out and just ingestion would be wonderful whether it's book or it's a like a website or a person you know okay. Yeah we can definitely do that jordan. I definitely a second beth. I think kids is super helpful with any direction because you have been there and our our superstars so deftly discount giving us the ideas of where we can go in in how he can kind of make best use of our time and what action. We should take is really helpful by loveridge now. So i'm definitely going to be reached out to you guys on specific things for sure. Great jackson yeah definitely. I think that where i'm at. I've done a job of identifying those action items and trying to identify what i need to do so just having those those check ins in that that accountability say okay. You know what you need to do. Are you doing the things that you need to do you know. Are you doing that consistently to where to where you need to be. And you know if. There's points where i get stocker in china that like see trump. Because i'm sure that's gonna be like every day when you the game. Something stern Trauma that you're not. You're not going to know the answer but i think we've talked about four late. Somebody's during an hour. You're gonna know like how to find an answer so using you guys as a resource to try to navigate my way as we go along and i think it's trying to tool that the three of us are trying to have not only in different stages of our bill state career but also turn of focus on different strategies and whatnot. So it's it's trying to kind of build off each other you know. Take things that we've learned from each other and and build up build off those and learn from each other that way graduated i. I'll just say just to kind of play off jackson a little bit. My i think it'd be really If you guys are up to do like i dunno maybe three check ins no within the year of discount ninety days later where we at. What actions have we actually taken in. Maybe celebrate wins or or you guys can give us a little bit of insight from their own mastermind. Your own bathroom mind. We wholly accountable. That's a great idea. And you guys are of read my mind because would would ask and i would love for you guys to do. I think a really good way to help. Hold you all accountable towards your goals as if you're publicly sharing them right and obviously you're you're saying this on the podcast but what will be great. If you guys can pose poster twenty twenty goals and the facebook group the real estate rookie. Facebook group with all nineteen thousand plus members in there and action. I will kind of post what the homework is. We've already agreed on and at some regulators. Maybe it's monthly. That's probably good pace. You guys go back into the group and update what progress you've made right. So here's what you guys committed to to get done in january and then at the end of january. Two guys get it done here. Here's you committed to do in the month of february and then at the end guys actually get it done so i think that'll be a good way. Obviously for ashen. I but also for the entire group to help and support you guys. So does that sound like a plan. You guys okay with that awesome. I i think the last piece for me right because there's been so much good knowledge on here in jackson. You kind of alluded to this. Is that you guys are all in different places. But you have all kinds of started around the same time and i know that sometimes as an investor you can look at other people and say oh man. I'm i'm not doing enough for you know. Hey this person. Moving that fast. And i feel like i'm still here but everyone is going to move at their own pace and some people are going to going to have the kind of risk tolerance and the mindset just kind of go crushing and move super super fast and people need to kind of take their time and and build up that that familiarity with real estate investing. And it's okay right so for those. That are listening to having gotten your first deal done yet. It is okay because you've got to move at a pace and you've gotta move at a speed. That's comfortable for you. So i just want to make sure out touched on that because you know again you guys are all different parts of your real estate investing career. It's important to highlight. Reel off all have our own things that we want to do. So i'm done rambling now. Actually anything else you wanna hit where where we out. Well i wanna know where everyone can find more information about you guys and follow along your journey. Besides just the facebook group and for the facebook group just search out real estate rookie on facebook and clicked. Join and make sure that you agree to the facebook rules for that group because i'm a moderator and their next see so many times that people don't say they agree so makes you hit that you agree because they're all can't get in so make sure to do that but we're else can people find more information about jordan so for me. I'm on instagram us. Oj crack a twenty eleven moss on facebook jordan crack. It not so much on twitter but those are the big ones. My wife also does does our Our beila rita's amman. Their low bit too on instagram. So yeah that's a as this and there was one thing i forgot to mention during kinda lessons learned i wanted to specifically missing except that was extremely impact. When i don't think it's talked about enough but one of the books i read. It's kind of part of my y. Two m- it's called the color law and is by richard rothstein i. It's book that entails like the the history of american in government sponsored segregation in it it primarily focuses on like real estate and talks about like things like redlining white flayed. Fha loan withholding from black people when people of color and then also like race based loan restrictions. So i mean if there's one thing people give for me please check out that book It's is very important to kinda understand. Some low saints out kind of impacts today in in in where people are at in jordan a second that i've read that book as well and it's definitely a mind opening experience as you kind of read through how things were setup all not all that long ago i appreciate you. Bring that up in this definitely. Good reading we will link it in the show notes to bigger pockets dot com rookie. Which show are we on. Forty five rookie. Forty-five okay Jackson find more information about you. Sure so. I'm on instagram jackson. Cdot also find me on bitter pockets facebook as well. I think and then i've a business page to facebook Jbs woodworking if you look that up so it's premature when i get in touch with me. You're just here to sell some furniture and took shameless plug in our last week. Ed me into turner in jay scott and the host of it was like i've never heard sony shameless plugs in my life because it was like bigger packets dot com. This figure five seconds with the discount. Code news Okay and that. I'm not super on facebook at something. I gotta get better too but on instagram. I'm beth buys rei Thunders were are active on instagram. I'm and that's all all right so we'll make sure to link to best instagram. Their beth's underscore buys rei will we'll put in the in the show notes for you guys but super excited that you all were able to share your stories with us. I know that there's a lot of people who right now are thinking about the big goals they wanna achieve going into twenty twenty one and i truly do believe that hearing your stories of twenty twenty and then being able to follow along your journey in twenty twenty one. We'll give them the encouragement and guidance. They need to take to take action to make those happen. So really really appreciate you guys being on looking forward to checking in with you guys and a couple of months and and given the listeners an update on where you guys rapper. Thanks for joining us today. Yeah i think you guys so much for sharing your goals with us. I know it's a big deal to put it out there to the podcast and into the world and we're going to have you guys back on to the show. I think as right now will be about six months. We'll do a half year checkup and see where you guys are at. And then at the end of the year you'll be able to tell us that you crushed and surpassed all your goals. But thank you guys. Talk to you soon. Thank you thank you. I'm ashley care at wealth rentals. And he's tony. Robinson at tony jay robinson. Thank you for listening.

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#71 - The Top 5 Comedic Influences That Shaped Us

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#71 - The Top 5 Comedic Influences That Shaped Us

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Vessel shorts and stuff. I can't even tell you how much they've changed my life. Are they in your list somewhere outer the Huckabee will then don't don't don't talk about too much all right until we get to your lonely island, I want to hear from you Shane Number five so I'm switching number four number five because I've just decided my number five. Is the Internet partake. Vic I'M GONNA go old school Internet. With a lot of the stuff that would just show up UNABOMB. Early Internet stuff like Bo Burnham and Baratz and Beretta, the problem was it would be a different video all the time that would make me laugh and I loved how chaotic Internet comedy was compared to everything I had seen before so I wanna say was around two, thousand, five, two, thousand, six, where I just became obsessed with it. The thing is back then. It was so different. Because I think it's similar to like walking down the beach looking for driftwood. You're just kind of like all right I'm gonNA. Check the Internet today and see if there's anything funny, and you'd look for like an hour and some days you just. There's nothing on the Internet today. There's nothing there's nothing funny on a check tomorrow and was there was websites on the right they would only like. Abbas world would have like upwards of. US for yeah, and so you kind of be like all right nothing today. You know. Maybe I'll rewatch something about rewatch. One of those Gi Joe dubs or summoning the early stuff I just loved. It made me laugh so hard. It was so weird and and like I said chaotic is like the best word I can describe artist absurd Manas obsessed with it. BRATS and Beretta watched mall of their stuff back then Bo Burnham whenever he came out with something new. I was like hell. Ya, but For me I was not a subscriber of anything. It would just be whatever turned up all of that back then was such a huge inspiration, and I think it really got me. comically thinking outside the box like up until then you know, there was like kind of framework for comedy, and then the Internet Kinda just destroyed. That was like anything can be funny, and so that was. was that was kind of well inspired? Because it also destroyed the gate keeping for comedy like anybody, create something online like on TV like you. You had to go through a huge process had to go through sensors. You had to go through everybody and now all of a sudden you had just like insane. People like teenagers like you know ego raptor, Aaron Hanson right creating flash car. By himself, but I think that's a big thing is for the most part back then you never saw people your age doing funny stuff. It was all adults doing comedy, the Internet and Youtube. I feel like influenced. Editing style in like feature films for sure like comedic cuts. There was like a whole new world of ad on Youtube like it was cool when you finally started seeing those like inc ditch James. It changed everything number five. Okay, so it's it's kind of a tie for me. A number five between youtube channels which I. IF I mentioned these channels already on our top youtubers list I'm sorry, but I will go into. Into like the comedy aspects this time so tie between the channel balloon shop and Liam Kyle. Sullivan balloon shop is like sketches that don't make sense like it's crazy because they're making videos around the same time assange was, but they are so different like the sketches were entirely different world in terms of like arc in like meaning and any kind of sense in like a lot. It's crazy. 'cause all. What's his name? Is Owen Roger's own. I knew is all in Rogers is the only one who like seriously still in the digital space, but those other guys that are a part of that. They were like sincerely funny people dude unlike nature kind of seemed like along the island minus the music aspect, and then Liam Call Sullivan his character work. I loved so much I think it definitely influenced when I was like doing youtube videos, and did like no vacancy and stuff I did the similar thing like Oh this part of the room. Is this character just like? For. Sure influenced how I edited my videos and it's crazy. 'cause Liam Kosovan. If people don't know who I'm talking about, he's the guy who made shoes, but was that guy that that incredible sketch comedian he edited smash pit videos for like a year or two right at defy I remember. We were like walking through the editing bay. That was the super dark room in the smash in the building, and just walking past like seeing our video, being edited and then looking down, Leeann colossal into. Your Dad like. Such shy salon laid back quiet. His videos were next level I mean they ruled the world for for periods of time. Yeah, yeah, he owned like the my space air. Yes, yes, comedy and then balloons shop was super underrated like did they didn't blow up as much. It seemed I. Never heard about them until up. She'll follow them, but I would have loved their stuff. I had seen it back. There's a lot of people like them like Derek. The Rue may whips just like the weirdest stuff sketch comedy. Hannah was Britannic was I think Britannic. Is the best one like some of them are so smart. David Blaine Street Magic yes, gone, and that, and one of those guys in s and our now brighton they were De. Well. David Blaine schedule came out of groundlings. the groundlings all they were all groundlings people, so they're all pretty well connected in that world, but one of those guys like just like as of maybe like what like four years ago? Yeah, name, what's his name? I forget I've seen a mickey something so I. Don't watch. If I had seen him I'd seen him live at groundlings though it's crazy. How like you can go from religiously watching? US announced to not even being aware that's how it's always. It's always been that way and in no fun South Park. I feel like yet South Park for me which I wasn't when it first came out, I wasn't allowed to watch South Park Yeah. It came dude, yeah, how old were you in its started? You're probably like six. I think sixth grade when it when it first came out maybe fifth grade same same time, Pok Mon.. Yeah, I WANNA say that because it was the nineties. Yeah, I remember I remember like one of my friends like cad like. Cool parents, which meant he had bad parents, he we watch South Park over at at his house, once or twice, and I was like when we go, this is so. This is so bad like we can't be watching this especially those first seasons Perot there so those first seasons are so crude like ridiculously crew. The issue I mean like I. I guess nowadays like it. I have I have certain issues with with with South Park, but there was a time when like they really hit their stride yet. They hit their stride so well and just like a multi part series where it was like Cartman wanted the we any. Goes to the future. where he wanted the DS for Grand Theft Auto Chinatown wars, and he goes future, and it's like there's no more religion, but there's like the Atheists League and the Atheists Federation and they hate each other. Here's something like that and they always have like stuff like there's. Make love not. warcraft episode low Mike Auto High Watch that episode while playing warcraft Oh that was back when I was into playing world of warcraft and I remember I was watching it. I had the head setup and everything with the entire guild I was playing with, and we were all watching it while playing. laughing. Off. It was so good like. I feel like I. Yeah I mean South. Park is great. The the issue isn't so much with the content as it is some of the people that watch it that don't understand the point with like cartman always like yelling like you fat fucking Jew. He's a bad character not to be emulated, but some people right took you know like the really like racist stuff will. That's the issue probably when a bunch. Bunch of little kids, little kids watch it and they. They don't understand how, so they just start repeating what Cartman says. Yeah, yeah, 'cause! That's the tough thing with creating a character that's supposed to be unlikable is that it's tough that it does put that stuff out in the world. Yes, it's the same kind of thing with always sunny like and the weird thing is dude like there is a section of people that watch always sunny. And they're not good people like. Win. Dude I went into. 'cause I watched an has getting off track, but I watched I was catching up on always sunny and I watched. The MAC finds is pride episode, but they do that beautiful like dance number. And like I went to the reviews on IMDB, and like reading some like the one star reviews, and I was like holy crap. They're just a lot of really bad people do people. There are people who thought the Colbert report was actually a conservative show. Yeah, because usually a lot of shows when they have like that shitty person, they usually come and go pretty fast. They are very clearly losing. HER CHARACTER! Yeah, it's a fine line to walk. Like. South Park. They just had so many good so many good things about it. I think the one thing that kind of like broke. My My love for a little bit was when somebody pointed out there like. South Park's point of view is just that everything everything new sucks. A and I'm like. The kind of right like it's just like that is kind of the point of view like Oh this thing it sucks. Like ducks. Also a lot of and I'M GONNA. Use the term. 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Editors give it a thumbs up and to learn more about story box and get started today, head story box dot com slash slash cast an unlimited library video audio images, and more at your fingertips at story blocks dot com slash slash cast. Shane. Far are right number four. I'M GONNA. Go back to my childhood and I'm GonNa, go to the things that made me laugh the hardest when I was a little kid and what I think got the ball rolling and it's a tie. Because I would switch between two different channels when I was a little kid switch between Nickelodeon and cartoon network, and there were two shows that I essentially was always waiting for and wanted to watch, and if they were on, I'm watching it no matter what and those shows are Johnny, Bravo, and all that Johnny Bravo Albertoni. Bravo was my johnny. Bravo was my poop dude Johnny Bravo was Google. It was probably my first impression. I wanted to die. I was always trying to do the voice I loved that it was just like here's. I think the character of someone who thinks they're awesome, even though they're a complete loser, is still my favorite character type and I. do it all the time. I love that that trope. In Johnny Bravo sums up so perfectly any such the way they made him. Such a dumb ass is so great is still quoted. Sometimes was some of my favorite quotes, are you? There was like Oh, it's like yeah. We gotta go in and forty five minutes forty minutes. That's almost forty six minutes, and I was just like that's so dumb and that's so dumb. I love stuff like that, and then all that was. About. It was so good especially that first ration- was incredible and I. mean the cast was nuts I mean Amanda, bines and Keenan Thompson and and so many others that were so good obviously I'm sure if I re watched it now, it's designed for kids I think it's dumb. That's why I got so mad when all that came back recently and people were like this is nowhere near as good as the original. You're thirty years old now of. His, funny to you like. Yeah, let it GonNa find the. Keenan Thompson sitting in a bath. Yeah, Frenchaccent, funny! Yeah, exactly unlike stopped watching kids shows as an adult and judging. Dole I thought it was so great. I think it's I I mean I say this I'm a little biased because of so random but I do wish there was more sketch comedy and I mean with Tiktok and everything it is available, but sketch comedy was so fun and It can be such a good way of like pointing out absurdities in life. Absolutely I should've had Amanda bines on this list man. Oh, man, I know it's crazy, is I the last run of it was salmon cat, but so there salmon cat was was with Ginette mccurdy. Ariana `Grande Salmon. Cat is technically a spin off of all that because salmon hat is a spin off of I. Carly Ginette mccurdy I don't know if it's the same character but like asap. Harley to. Right, but okay, so let's let's. Let's just go back. One and say `I carly is a spin off of all that because I. Carly had Marina Cosgrove who is in Drake and Josh. Drake and Josh was a spin off of Amanda of the Amanda Show. 'cause drake and Josh Rosen the Amanda Show and the Amanda show is a spin off of all that because they literally Dan. Schneider from all that would just take an actor from that show and make a new show about them, and that's what he did for over twenty years, and it works. All that was like the UCB of a Hello Odeon. That's crazy. Dude Courtney. Lewin? Vitamer for in if it's Kinda similar to. Back to my younger years of what I always watched smartish. Josh Baby Dude I sketch comedy like I. Have I have a sketch on my old youtube channel called panda that is definitely because I was watching a lot of smash and just really wanted to make a sketch with friends. It was not a sketch at all. It was literally like the weirdest thing where I was just like Oh my God, we have panda express over so excited. I watch smash so much I remember. My friend Maria said I would come home from school. I would make us special snack of Ritz. Crackers Ham cheddar cheese. And a flavor blasted Goldfish, and we would do our homework, but we would watch. We would alternate between watching smash sketches, and also recording ourselves on the top, Webcam, just being dome. Yeah, I guess it got to the point where I've said this so many times like, but where I would, I would I found smash dot com, and would watch all the bt S because I. I love the B. T s just as much if not more than the sketches themselves, because I was also just so interested in the world like making stuff, so just blew my mind to like see you guys clearly successful in making these silly sketches, and like I still have etched in my memory like I think it's a video. Games were real one of Ian going. An why an and I can't tell you the first time I heard you do that in real life. I went Jojo because it was so crazy to me and it's like yeah I. It was years and years of that I. Didn't want you guys for a long time. I started watching you a little bit again. When a Livia joined, because I like we I would hang out with her in La. At that one studio or Viner's would hang out, and she was a kyw's auditioning for Smash News. Bits I'm GonNa, do and we all thought it was super. Super Funny even though she was just like it was. She was the same person that she is today to not to laugh. But when she joined those cool out of started watching him again, but yeah I was I was very much like grown from it, but it was felt so cool to like that now be a part of it I feel like we've kind of aged it up in a way, and now we're like a stuff that we find funny, not just sweat. Defy claimed his fourteen year. Olds just figuring out. That's their interpretation of it. We never. We never made anything specifically. Now it was Raunchy humor, but for young people like it's Ki-. It was kind of almost on that plane of South Park where it's like this is very young looking, but it's fucking. Ryan I mean south. Park was a big was a big influence for me, so yeah, there's a lot of violence a lot of blood a Lotta. I mean it was just all absurd. To Ish absurdity lot part of boobs you. Far A big had a big part in shaping make sense. South. Park inspired me as well now. I can't have this list. ACT Like smash didn't influence me before I started working so good. Good now my job is even more secure. So it'd be on your list to bitch. Ninety to go back in time. All right in nanny. Three I literally just put this on here as we were talking. SNL media I think? SNL inspired all that right. I mean yes, and no is the first televised or no. It wasn't the first televised sketch comedy, but like it was just the person. It became main nationally huge. It was the first like cultural hit. counterculture likes comedy never had like really gone for the throat like it did very quickly at I mean those seventies ones like I think the first one had George. Carlin is the hosts like the first episode. Him doing stand up going hard like they went for the first the first season of Saturday night live is nothing like the Saturday night, live that we grew up on like it was insane and it was. It was just counterculture was like saying like the fuck you like we're 'cause you know the time of like you had your. You had the suits, and then you had the hippies. And it was, it was very much like their way of standing up to holding fear to that's -iety that's what's funny when people are like I, hate snl at so political like it's always been political. Literally. been more involved in it. I guess when you say that. Yeah, I mean for for me. I mean like I said I didn't have cable growing up so when I was old enough like that was one of the things that I look forward to on Saturday night was I was able to like. Stay up late and watch Saturday night live, and I would go to blockbuster. and. Rent the best of Oh. Yeah, I know it's. One. There so good Bosio best like Tim Robbins. Catan Will Ferrell I. N I grew up in the the will. Ferrell Darrell Hammond. Chris Catan Tina Fey Amy Poehler Kinda like air. Good era, so that's that's the air that I. Know and that I thought was funny, but obviously at that even at that time. Of course there's people are like. Yeah, it's no this doesn't compare to. The the eighties and people in the eighties like well. People hated. The eighties won like everyone loved the very first center alive, and then when the second season of Saturday night live came out. What was done without what's face? The Guy that runs? It can is the guy who owns SNL. this is going to bug me. Wow I referenced all the time. And I I know right now. WHO's the creator of SNL and it was not necessarily the Creator but. Saturday Anglo. Lauren. So he left. After the first one I think and then a different person came in and people destroyed her. Like. They said that she is responsible for like all that being bad, and it was Campbell like the second season alive. What was her name? Sorry, sorry I don't remember her name, but just she didn't last like he he back and then they reorganized in whatever. Yeah Anyway. Sarah I've. Whether you like it or hate it. It changed so many generations with episode. Jude it's had so many like insanely good casts. It's also partially what got lonely island to be so frigging huge because they were like the snl digital shorts all the time. I think I think for for short amount of time. You know when we started making youtube videos like that was an aspiration. That sounded like a dream to demean. That's how I. explained smashes like kind of like a stepping stone for for like 'cause that was back when defy was all about young teens in teens, figuring themselves out I was like well. This is kind of a way of. Introducing those young viewers to sketch comedy in this format of like, so we're so we eventually lead those people to then watch shows like SNL. We always things down. Yeah, that's Yeah I've always kind of felt like smashers never was never on the same same level as Saturday, not quite not the same Mike Smash Live without your audience smash lives dope, but it was obviously above like Nickelodeon conwell. Dope, number. So my number three, this is actually very specific. Alright, so in the late nineties family guy started, and it got canceled after a few seasons, and there was this long period of time or not that long, but this period of time where family guy was not on the air, but the DVD box sets for it were available for the I think it was the first five seasons, and my brother got them and he was like. Hey, you would think this is really funny. You should watch this. I was like eleven at the time of her ten or eleven I. watched the Shit Out of those box sets Eli watched. The First Four Seasons of family guy I watched over and over, and over again and I at until that point had never laughed so hard and I didn't even understand a lot of the jokes. What I think family guy really taught me was timing. The timing on that show is so unique, especially for then like you never had the like stuttering or pausing that was in family guy. You never saw that another type of sketch sketch comedy or in comedic shows. It's strange to say it's revolutionary, but still doing his whole like so you're gonNA. Write that novel. You you could. You could put it in those those nice characters. You can have that that climate. You're going to do that like yeah there. You can't find a joke told like. Yeah in a show before that or in or especially not an animated I, mean and I understand like Simpson's obviously started it all, but the way they would sometimes tell jokes I just thought it was so good, and also the rapid fire nature similar to like Internet comedy and Adult Swim Stuff. a joke cannot be funny like the actual context of the joke in subject matter, but if you give the right type of pausing, yeah or spacing pregnant pause, yeah, I mean so many characters in so many jokes I've done on try. Not to laugh are not funny jokes at all I just. I'm just like A. How will I tell this? Is All that matters. -Times number three number three I like thought of another one, so I guess he'll have to be honorable mention, but whatever my number three is Bo Burnham. Excellent. Human being I think the like he's obviously comedian. His shows were stand up comedy kind of evolved to being honest, a one man show, but something that he taught me was like obviously he's funny, but then you'd like. Hit You with like a message that would. Haunt you in the gut like he would also just have this like deeper meaning to his songs, or are just like. If you've ever been to a bulb, I'm show you know what I mean, but like. His specials definitely touched on it. Then he had that Zach Stone is GonNa be famous TV. Show that lasted first season. I was that it was? It was okay like if it were to come out this year. I think it might do than it did back then. It was way ahead of its time. 'cause like our in this age. Where like Internet influencers people trying to be famous on the Internet is literally everyone, but yeah like he his songs like obviously a lot of the people. I've been influenced new cough. Sullivan island. They have this article using music and I love music. It's been a huge part of my life growing up me like find who I was as a teenager. So when you have someone who's funny, we love comedy and uses that of your. Your favorite thing to also just really make you feel and like. It's crazy in comedy. When awesome they you something that makes you feel something like hits you that much harder, and because you aren't expecting expected to be like Oh my heart. What the faulk like and he does that dude at I love it I love it so much. When I saw his special words, words words, my brain was never the same again blew my mind and I didn't even know he was on Youtube. I didn't know existed. But then after that I did yeah I mean he's. He's one of I mean he was probably the first like aside from lonely island? He was probably the first like Youtube Success Story. He had plenty of success on Youtube. He could have. He could have stayed on Youtube and just continued doing funny songs, but he was like no, like I wanna be a of you know a real comedian and do shows and work on material that I do for a special. And then he went out and fucking did it and. We can jain to. She just shows up every now and then just crushes assery I'm convinced I'm convinced that when he left vine. That's when buying went to Shit. Is. He laughed. He just out like few years in convince. Saddam minimum I I have no doubt that he's probably very sad person. Cosby. Or carries a lot being that smart has got to be a bummer if you've ever listen to a podcast with them. Like. Yeah, I mean. He I think he kinda has like a curse of knowledge. Yeah, you know. Yeah, but yeah. I feel like I've heard someone talk about on a podcast somewhere or at interview that like he mentioned channels likes modulated like mention our name specifically, but he like how he kind of like really disliked everything about he really appreciate somebody that's that works on material that like works on it for a good amount of time and then put. It out the world where his style. Every five years, yeah, yeah, so that doesn't exactly work on Youtube. Blake! You have to be consistent with your content. You can't. You can't work on something for two years and put it out well. There's also a difference between like people who are individual, and they only have to worry about paying their own bills, and when you work with like a big team and everyone you're you have to put out content in order for everyone to keep you know staying afloat slowing also his just a really funny person, so yeah, there's probably something he just doesn't like. Yeah, probably makes him angry. I have I have yeah I, don't I? Don't hold anything against against both doesn't but didn't he? Invite you to the premiere of Eighth Grade. Remember we couldn't go because of con-. I also Majorie I. Have a feeling Beaubourg doesn't like hey much. Just think it's more like he has of way of going about things. Yeah, all right. Shall we move on Yeah? Yeah and You. Know You, too. So this this is kind of close I was I'm ball parking. What Shane already did? But I made it kind of a little bit more specific, but not quite. It's it's. It's the same general like Internet old Internet. I wrote on here. I wrote new grounds cartoons like. New Grounds man, but but it goes beyond new grounds at. Albino black sheep, and and E- bombs. Obviously, this is before Youtube and what people were creating was flash animations just like the cartoons. They were so funny so good like obviously home star runner was a thing. which only resonates to like a very specific like group of people that existed on the net during that time, those first ego raptor flash animations are still my favorite thing. He's ever done the Ninja Guide and one HOMOLKA. There's this creator at Adlon and he made like several like little little cartoon series, but he made this series that was ongoing called space tree, the space tree and space, which is incredible, and that was like that was like heavily inspirational for. Both Anthony Myself when we are starting to create sketches so ups big ups to Ed. There there is a lot of those series that you just find an animated series online in you just watch all of it, and there was one that we can cut this if we want. But there was one that I thought was so funny back then, and it was called House of Cosby's, and it was about a guy who cloned bill cosby, and had a million and every clone would be. It'd be like this one's dancing cosby and this one science that one and it was ridiculous and I didn't know until like recently. That was just in Rhode Island. I had. A was obsessed with it and I look back in like Oh, it was totally rick and morty style comedy, but this is back in like two thousand five's. This was forever ago. Dude, the Firkin the well. I guess it wasn't really on the Internet I, but that's where I thought with the rejected cartoon of oh. Yeah, so good I! Feel you know way familiar. Rick and morty pro. League, yes, Don Herzfeld. Man. Courtney? You need to watch IT I. It's not quite as like an. It's an Oscar level like short. It's so perfect you've definitely say announced like those things are raving about delaying. I am Nanna. I've definitely seen them. I just can't remember it in my head right now like. Those sounds sounds familiar, good so good. All right my number, two number, two number two I put my family. My literally, my number five was my family until I switched into. Believe in shop. Damn, even think of that I e Yeah Y-. Like laughing is such a big component in my family. Telling jokes is just such A. It's such our instinct, my grandma and Papa my mom's parents I. Think they're probably the like. What started it off? My GRANDPA wasn't funny. He wasn't a funny guy. He wouldn't tell jokes. He would tell jokes, but they'd be the dumbest jokes you've ever heard. but what made him so great as? He was like the best audience you ever get. Constantly laughing he just thought was funny. If you told a joke, he would just be laughing. Best thing about my grandfather is I. would legitimately what I was staying with them over the summers I would come down to the basement, and there's sometimes where he would watch Tom and Jerry himself by himself, for he could watch it for hours and he'd be dying laughing timeshare. Like dying, laugh and Smile grandma though was really funny. She just would have that really sharp wit. Like would say really sarcastic things. I, think even. Even when she got when her cancer came back and they're like. Yeah, you've got a couple of months to live. I think she was even like as my mom and her were walking out to the parking lot. I forget what she said. She made some like some dark joke, and it was so funny that my mom and herbs burst outlet like that was her. Way of handling everything is so my brothers that way I'm that way and who were probably. Just as a kid that I saw and was inspired by the most is my uncles are really funny. My uncle Kelly does a ton of accents and impressions and my uncle. Danny is really can make really funny facial expressions, and so we're all together. They would end up like entertaining, and they would essentially be doing like a family version of stand. Try Not to laugh. Just, watching him props and film it yeah, they'd probably really gray They're really funny. Guys like there's a there's a different world where I think they could have had a big. If they'd been sketched duo, they would've done gone far we should. We should definitely send you with a couple of cameras. Do a top family reunion. Try not to laugh God bro But. Yeah, my family in general just a lot of really funny people. I totally get that I can. Can relate like my family. especially. When my dad got remarried we had these two new step. Siblings who are actually named Courtney and Conrad so at the time we had to courtney's into Conrad's with they were off the walls, crazy funny. My sister Carey was already friends with Courtney at the time, unlike our family like just unhinged especially in the divorce obviously had just away, but we all love the same funny stuff. We all watched Napoleon dynamite three million times like. So I totally relate to just being silly like specifically. My sister Carey to courtney number two number. Two mine number two is lonely island. Kind of Bruce Reserves this, but like yeah i. mean what else super obsessed with with SNL. They blew my mind and I absorbed everything that they had on their youtube channel I listened to I listened to all albums. Even the weird stuff nobody knows way. Do you know about the party Anderson's party? Not a real fan. Hello of be, don't be rude. I literally forget things, so please don't be mean it's possible. I've watched them and just haven't can't recall them. But awesome town was all like so great to me. They had they had castaways. Which is funny because I submitted. That wants smash sketch that you guys had remember when you were stranded on the beach via. I don't know probably Ah. But? Yeah, you know using music and just like making comedy cool. It's so awesome Yerma I used to like be accessible. Yarmulke thought he was the cutest, but honestly I think Adams Andy Sandberg How's that Adam Sandler? Andy Szemberg as influence like every part of my being I feel like he was like just the coolest person in the world to me at his acting in movies like hot rod is one of the top five movie for me for sure so good Washed it find. It holds up twenty. They're the best. They're just the best end. I hope to see them. Still keep doing dope shit because they've been kind of quiet for awhile, but I'm hoping. I WANNA new album so bad to keep me going. Yeah, the the loan guys did a they had this fake music group called the Party Andersons I. It rings a Bell, the only made like a couple songs, but they they did once on this just about doing cocaine, which they lifted a bunch of lyrics from that and put it into the bash boroughs experienced. In called Lukoil the bash pro's experience, something like that something like that flakes and special. That was crazy, crazier Mike. Diva did all. Those dope all right finally onto. You actually let's do a list. Do Alimony. Quickly go by the Honorable Mentions Amanda Bines for sure Michael Sarah. Interest- interesting one him, says an actor, and like what everything he's done like his comedic timing in his delivery so unique like always sunny when I was talking about it I was like Oh. Yeah, Shit, like always sunny is incredible. I think they're on the same vein of like the it's the dialogue is just so snappy, which is why I really enjoy letterkenny as well. Simpson's I mean. I grew up watching the simpsons. It was again one of the only sort of kind of Raunchy things. I was allowed to watch I. Have here adult swim. Mad TV, Jim Carey Yeah Jim carrey Jim. Carrey was just absolutely so Jim Carey was so good physically that I remember Amari was telling me that her mom. Loved watching. Jim Carey and she didn't even know what he was saying. Yeah, but he was so physically there. He's probably the most language. He's probably the most unique actor to be able to say lines as Wacky as he does, and still comes across genuine all right. You want to go to a number one finally. Man. I gotta give it to space balls. Man Got. Space. Baseball's okay. Yeah, WHOA! Vacuum a left field space ball. Yeah, I wasn't expecting. Baseball's. It's so good and the funny thing is as a kid. It's the only Mellberg's movie. That I that I had seen later on. I saw Robin. Hood men in tights, but but space balls was like the one that I saw I don't even know if I saw star wars at that point, but I understood all the references because it was so like just. Just in the culture, just like making fun of Star Wars and an all like the fourth wall, breaks and everything. I'd never seen that before. Like like the part where they're like we're. They're like They're trying to find out where they where they crashed and they're like. Oh, I know how we can do this. Bring me a copy of space balls the movie. The Movie Out, and they've fast forward to the part L.. Movie But then they stop the movie at the exact time that they're in right now. Dude, there's so many good bits and that moving. Obviously, some stuff hasn't aged great most. That holy crafted like. Well with Mel Brooks. They say a million jokes a minute, so some are GonNa age well, some or not, but every single one of those Mel. Brooks movies has jokes that are still laugh out, loud, funny, and obviously like some of the things. When I was a kid I didn't understand and then my girls like okay, that's funny. Yeah, man! That's probably me with like. In blazing saddles and everything great I love. I like okay. Another another honorable mention is Charlie's angels, the old the the nineties era movie, because because it's comedy, because those those those first two. It's like comedy bad action and I love it because it's so forni, but there's something into common theme and all my inspirations. Comedy, but make it cool. That's what it is man I. Know so Xanadu is good. They're not funny at all, but. I just want to point out real quick How good this new small shirt matches with the smash sweatpants! Connection, edge pretty good. That's a good Capo -til match tonight their offer those that can't see. Ian Is showing off the sweatpants and the shirt rely. Yeah! The Retro Row Retro Matches Excellently With Forum, smashed pants yeah you can get. Dot Com. Are saying. Malls. Might number one was the only one that I knew for sure where it was gonna be so my number. One is SNL, but it is very specifically to cast members on SNL. It's Phil Hartmann and Chris Farley okay they are. They are hands down my favorite the I laugh just seeing them on camera and it's interesting because they're both very opposite styles. Phil Hartmann. His whole thing was always being contained. It was always about keeping calm. You know so is a now I'm not here to come down on you or. You're just like his caveman lawyer thing. There's so many bits that I do that are essentially caveman lawyer, but just a different costume where it's like he stresses a caveman. He looks ridiculous, but he comes out, and he just like ladies and gentlemen of the jury. I'm just a caveman. Your technology frightens scares me I. Just Love The way Oh. Yeah, he's in general all the way and then Chris far that's. Yeah. Actor from that rain ingle all. Contaminated. And Dude his fiber What's his the fiber cereal commercial fiber dollar? What is it Colon blow. God it's just a commercial for him. Advertising a series called Colin blow in. It's so good wash and troy. McClure was like one of the best characters in the simpsons. INC watched the simpsons don't have it. Phil Hartman's all over the place like he was just so so good and then Chris Farley I. Mean it's the opposite. Chris Farley would always always go a hundred. Hundred and fifty percent in a sketch and I know sometimes it might have been drugs, but most of the time but it was so fun to watch him. Because it was always just there was so much energy there I would say the the motivational speaker sketch on us. nells probably like just one of the most well known ones and paper. It's a really funny sketch. It's not like on paper. It's not funnier than a lot of other sketches. Chris Farley brought so much energy to that sketch that it took it to another level, and you saw that with everything that he did. He would show up in movies throughout the nineties just about every Adam Sandler Chris Farley in it for like five minutes, and it's always the best five minutes of the movie. Has He shows up? The bus driver in Billy Madison and it's just. It's just immediately so funny, so you're telling me your favorite part of Adam Sandler. Movies isn't Rob Schneider showing up as different races in every movie. Not Rob Schneider showing up as different races, it's it's Chris Farley always showing up as a pissed off guy, he's just. Chris Farley plays a pissed off man in every single one of those movies, and it's always high I love him. I love those two actors so much and I love like snl in general. There's a million Dana Carvey Mike. Myers Cheri Oteri like there's a million people that I love from that era, but specifically those two I. Think any time you watch a one of. Of My jokes in try not to laugh, you can find an element of Phil Hartmann or violent. There's always something in how I. Tell a joke that is literally their voices in my head, helping say the joke helped to the yeah corny finally number one. Thank you, I actually was I knew the this president was the first one I thought of I was so certain today on my number one. They've always been there. It's in my core I. Still Admire them today Kristen Wiig. Obviously a lot of SNL. Her commitment in like just she's not afraid to be ugly and just go all the way weird like that. One sketched like and. She's like that fourth sister, just that type of person. I don't know where it's like that type of weird humor that makes you uncomfortable like for a long time I I got to know someone and I knew I liked them. I wanted to be weird and funny, and just like make them half to be uncomfortable with me to the point. will at them comfortable with me I don't know how that work out for you. I've had my heartbroken law times. You know what I think it is with Kristin Wig. Is there such an element of silliness like billy and I mean it's funny, because on my little resume or whatever when auditioned for smash in my description, a semantic prided was unafraid to be ugly, which is. Is Interesting because I feel like a log over the years. I've got super insecure about my skin. kind of in a way was afraid in a certain way sued sexual son. The faulk was that just like being those weird characters Joey, Benjamin `as. Is that what you guys called him at that time that you guys ever put me in that curly brown wig pencil stash just like brought me to life in a way I never really realized before she is incredible, she's a powerhouse of human has done so many different kinds of content like in the last decade alone the fact that she's in the new wonder woman movie coming out like I'm really excited how? She's in mcgruder, isn't she? Yes, she's. She's also like a huge part of a lot of my favorite movies of all time adventure land. Whip it right bridesmaids, one of the best female comedies of all time. She so well versed in. The, when she has joe character the like the jazz girl who's turned lights on SNL. She was a queen. She's a she's a literal comedy Queen, the the one upper character that she does where she's just actually I know Oprah. She's my best friend and say just actually. She was so good original character. She's probably. I would say of all of SNL she is. She is the best that they've had it original characters because she had like. You A lot. There's a lot of famous SNL people who it's like Oh. They did that one character that so good. Kristen WIG had like five. She had target lady. She had the one upper character. She had the weird hands late like she would always think ring to life more things little hand. She had him personate all of those she had tons. It was great and like hers were really different. Like Will Ferrell had a lot, but will Ferrell's were always of version of Will Ferrell Yeah, sure 'cause Will Ferrell, just as himself was so funny, Kristin like changed I, definitely held her close to my heart, like for as long as dying dreaming to like be. Be a part of something that was the level of like man. If I could just at least feel like her, that'd be awesome. You know this was a very wonderful list. Yeah, it's crazy Alec. We all came from very different lives didn't meet each other till mid twenties or early like I was eighteen. When I met you guys. We all have very similar things up brought us up like monty python all those things, but they're very popular. Things granted, but it's cool that ultimately we are very similar tastes, and yet for those listening are watching. You haven't seen or check out a lot of these people. I seriously recommend it. It's GonNa. Help Your Life yes Y-. Just and and just when you thought this whole, this whole train had come to a stop to to guess what No. We got one more stop and that stop is the shoot dude. Cute, do shoe shoot dude shoot. Shoot shoot. Shoot did. Get ready for this one. This one is from Taylor she starts with all caps all right, kid. When I was about twelve thirteen, my family and I went to this museum, and they have a section based on Chinese architecture, and we stopped to look at this big piece resembling a Chinese Imperial Palace building. We're looking at it. It's big and red with yellow roof tiles, and it's beautiful and I'm looking at it and I'm wondering what exactly it is so I turned to my family, dead, serious expression on my face and I ask. Is this think Great Wall of China? Keep in mind. I'm like twelve to thirteen, so I'm still a big dumb ass. My entire family starts laughing at me and I'm sitting there like. I the genuine question, and then my sister goes. No, YOU IDIOT! The Great Wall of China is in China. And my goodness, needless to say I was incredibly embarrassed and still to this day they bring it up constantly. Family. That's sad. That's a sad shoot dude I'm sorry. Can I say I relate to this so hard growing up still sometimes I'm the queen of Dumb questions I remember in middle school in middle school as like do we have to arrest the descendants of John? Wilkes booth because he kills ever heavily in. His great great grandkids under arrest in. They're like no, no! I know, but they are canceled since all the time all the time. So I really in. It's okay it's okay. Sometimes, we just don't know stuff in sometimes, people just love to laugh at people because they feel smarter. We shouldn't ever punish people for asking a question I mean. To ask a dumb question. I make a joke about. Loving. But I never I don't think anyone should feel ashamed of asking a question. That's that's something I've had had like get better at is. Not is accepting that I. Don't know everything. Will you fear of asking? Dumb questions leads to not asking questions which is. Not Good, that's worse. Yeah I told myself when I was young like because I felt like I was asking stupid. Questions of people would laugh at me in not in a loving way and I told myself that I would say that there's no such thing as dumb questions, because yeah, it's Huq's. You just want to know sometimes you gotTA. Push through that. Is You ask the question? Man was desk had his. then. You know people. Now knows that's. A is now otherwise. They would've told somebody else that. They went and saw the great. They would've win their whole life. thinking. The Great Wall of China could be anywhere. Yeah, so it's a good thing they asked, and also though let's be fair. There's some things out there in the world that are confusing his shit like that like a towers at Kansas. City Kansas City chiefs, the football team. That's Kansas City Missouri that's confused Shit. The London Bridge not in London anymore. Yeah, yeah, that's an Arizona all right. Thanks, so there's tons of rivers that are like they're named a specific state river, but most of it is in a different Abba Colorado. Rivers in Arizona as well. The grand. Canyon is the Colorado. Kids confusing so I get it. Yeah, I get it. Yeah, it's OK P. People. It's Ok sex in the city. It wasn't sex in the city. It was for women in the city. Exactly bearing dinky bears yeah, well, thank you so much for another wonderful smash cast. 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No 114: Adam Sandler

Podcast 42

1:04:39 hr | 1 year ago

No 114: Adam Sandler

"You are about to embark on a show about four people who find themselves from Rutskoi into the back stories of ball culture history joy I the boss Jail Troth Laura Diaz anti-submarine end submarine up the air as poorly impersonate celebrities. Drink a lot of year an answer very hard trivia questions you do. I now listening to podcasts. Forty two gut let stood five. Grab your juice boxes and snacks from your mom. He's a take a break. The are offered adults in the fact and also take a break with whatever. Snacks Pat for yourselves as me back here fifteen jail. Can you explain what we're doing in here again. Listen I already told you three times. My producer friend needed some background extras on the new please producing can get behind that but why are really only adults here and why play about Adam Sandler and to emphasize the premise here. Why are we background extras in in a play about Adam Sandler starring middle schoolers because my producer artsy COMES THE KID plane. Adam Sandler be careful. She is method. I might tell you forth. You'll blowing you better. Straighten up and fly right. Hey how old are you kid Adam. frigging sailor Gobbly de Goblet Goo. Okay then how old are you Adam. Sandler I'm this. Many is holding up ten fingers so making an educated guess. I'm eleven you can't see the other thing I'm pointing uh-huh that's just ruling. Disturbing is by Pinky to shoes. Now let me enjoy my juice box crap. This is an apple juice box box. I Hate Apple. The kid's going places. Maybe we should study the script they gave us right. We don't even read our own scripts good point. I got the highlight irs. Why we are background care? We have no lines. I know I hated everything in this group of the words so you basically colored between the lines. No well now that I think about it. Yes look here. The first thing was about Adam being born in Brooklyn New York. Let's practice these lines. Even though they are not ours ars that might help us. Get into our background characters heads. IBM's datum Laura UB Adams Bob. I don't see how this is going to help. Hi My name Miss Stanley Sandler and I'm an electrical engineer. My name is Judy. Levine fan layer and I may nursery school teacher and we do not helping hi. My name is Christopher Dawson. I'm bored out of my skull. I'm Sabrina Pierre. Big Butts and I cannot live where the brothers cab girl walks in with an itty bitty there are children hoops similar warning and fake mustaches. Or forget this play is written really bad accurate. You know. It's Kinda like you voted six. Thanks you're you're welcome. Tell me about tell you about the next scene is how Adam Sandler used to be in high school. Who Oh cares? Didn't everyone Nah jail. It's about family being in BB. Why Oh that's a Jewish youth group? But then it goes on into Sandler's college years in New York and Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Authoirty boring was an index. It is really important and not boring places. Everyone this is how Santa got into stand up comedy. This is the start of it. All that ground players. I need you to stand in the background skies. He's great with direction director. What's my motivation to be silent background? Person got it was I ever a roar because I can channel that into my performance would be just remember you talk doc right. I don't talk At I have severe. PTSD CARE machine gun around. I WanNa Carrie machine gun around to. I'm also from the war from the war. It'll be fine dude. No she goes order the war. We're in the Sandler. Household was adamant his brother now. Standard is very pivotal. Seeing the moment that will change Adams destiny forever. Now we do. Yes my I bet you should go into standup comedy. Were cute job everyone. It would have been better if we with. PTSD soldiers in the background. No no no not that see people places this is Adam Sandler's first acting job on the cosby show. Unfortunately little johnny playing this. The cosby has refused on the grounds of all all the legal trouble. Mr Cosby so we'll just have to be the scene without him until we can find a replacement. Oh I can do bill cosby. I said I can do to be a low Gelo pudding pop and sleep and flute doesn't know how to translate. Wait on stage. I can do the voice from off stage. That would be weird but at least personality can give it a try. Looses who says every Word Peo- WHO's your new friend Frunze Rinse meeting high deductible. These dementia Smitty. I'm the new friend. A friend of yours is in this the house. May I offer smitty drink. Cut A lighter Roosevelt's we may need to rework that scene We're GONNA seen when Sadler was on the MTV game show robot control laces extra. The remote control entities. I now musical program with your host. Ken over as everyone knows. This is a game the show where we ask you questions. Insult contestants in appeared welcomes like Dennis leary. Ll Cool J. M. C. Hammer instead. Boy Well I'm Stewart born but I'm really I'm seeing the and I have a question for the contestants. What actor would go on from this? Not Funny Game Show to be one of the biggest comedy movie movie stars of all time. Give up because you're very good. Let's reset for this until years. Take five take. Aw I don't know why we take five. Every five minutes. I thought being a background character would be more easy while we head over to the craft table. ooh ooh I do craft. Let's check it out. Know Laura Craft tables where they sit up snacks for the performers. ooh I D- snacks. Let's check it out. Oh It's a big craft table look at the spread. There's cheese and crackers and pizza and Corn Dogs Chicken Nuggets and Pat Tae pay in weirdly tons and tons of beer. Yeah considering we are the only ones old enough to drink it. That is weird. I'm in charge of the craft table. They told me it was a children's play not play put on by children clearly. There's a big difference. So that's the explanation. Take it or leave it it clearly. We are taking it most because it moves the story along more for us than I have never heard of this beer jail. What event ext a Ooh the party leader brewery? It's Nice mixologist series Laura. It's their coquito Gouda. Isn't this the last one in it. I think it is So he did all four right. Yeah pretty sure you guys did. I didn't oh well then you should have been on the show quick. Thanks crafty table wits. I'm giving the label a one 'cause very plain but I'll be giving the beer much higher than that later. It's cookie the cookie though for people who do not do do not everyone's from a delicious holiday drink from like well. I think it's important Puerto Rican. I don't yeah I know. Like Columbia has their own version of it and but as a Spanish holiday drink and it's generally like a coconut with rum and they throw in then got cinnamon sometimes not paying depending and delicious. I think you'll like Coquito. Don't you Laura even though you hate coconut alike. Do you like the cookie dough very months. Haitians have one similar. This is considered a coquito cream ale. Well stay tuned to the end of the show. Oh for our ratings. We rate the beer on a scale of one through six six representing a six pack. Six being the best one being the worst this makes sense to everybody in the world except for me one lone Canadian in Kissimmee. It's not is not Laura. I'm not I'm not Canadian. Although I can tell you how candidate it came up very done that callback six times and let's get back to work around. Let's do the Saturday night. Live bond ties. We need the kids play. Dennis Miller David sparyed varied Chris Farley a Michael's to take the places in the rain. WHO's literally marginal? Don't you mean Mar Mike or Michael's wow at this guys. Good what direction you wrong direction. People clearly where his background people. Okay all right very good. Owed everyone remember to hit their marks. background PAYPAL. What are you doing Standing in background. What are you doing rookie to plays? Hey I'll do what I'm supposed to do you four. Get Out of the seed. Then why did you hire us. If we're not in the background seriously like I practice at home for three weeks standing around behind stuff all day I know. Oh your husband called me because see we have loose radu. You didn't have to agree with him. I still smell like save enough. Just want the riot okay. Soda Live Montage. Did Highly Kid Adam Sandler okay. He can Be a writer I'm going to be an awkward. Yeah I know maybe he can do a catcher or to Okay his a his is scheduled to now is the time. I'm in this show. When I like to call denise and hang up on her hello let me worry plants a Turkey for me a Turkey for you elected Jews? Jews Crazy newspaper UNICOR man and I do believe I want Candy Glenda Stiff ooh canteen boy on your Yarmulke he comes Hanukkah much Wanaka to celebrate Hanukkah at so funny. Adam you know be David spade at you. You Adam Sandler Chris. Farley are the stars of this show how this shows nothing without ass. I know I'm twenty eight and I've been under on the show for five years. I can't wait for next year. I have so many ideas read. That's my telephone. If one thousand nine hundred five so I still have a landline. Hey Adam it's your manager. Hello manager well. That's weird. I don't have a name. No other research on this piece just says does your manages so was my manager. Well it Stanley. By the way anyway. You know how excited you are for. The next season of Saturday night live gave us. Maybe you don't go back next year. Oh Man I still got a few more things. Yeah but you did it already. I do but you know. Think about it as a manager and saying he thought about it and Lauren fire you fired. I don't know what else I'm going. Undo Hello Hey Adam. It's Chris Farley. I I have to tell you who I am because we're on landlines Any anybody too young to experience a landline doesn't know that the phone doesn't show who I am. You don't actually know until you pick up the phone Chris. I was fired from Saturday night. Live on calling you for mud down by her. I was fired. Do what we either. We should pretend this is for the best year Chris. We will pretend we are not said. Oh Man Okay bye man by. I'm good at being a telephone. Hello Hey this is David spade made again Farley. Explain how landline works. I don't have to go over that again ad but I I heard you at Farley got fired yes we are pretending to be happy devoted. I actually have a huge lump in my throat just thinking about it wait a minute how do you know finally explain how lines work. He was on a private phone. Call to me out. Well I've tapped all the phones of my cast mates in case they ever say bad things about me then I could use it against them in the future orders very smart. You know you could just do movies. It's dad like make a crap tied at go movies too but Mostly bad was like Joe dirt. That's not a bad idea. I mean a movie. Once called going overboard I played checking Moskowitz. Who is struggling comedian? We're GONNA cruise ship. I get a chance to be. The ships comedian what it is thought that the regular comedian Dick Diamond had fallen overboard and drowned. Dickie actually locked himself mental at yet. Don't don't don't make me again with more king. Neptune help shaky who does bad on the stage and terrorists go abroad. I want to kill Miss Australia. ABC Am and that's Great. I catego- by book by booth by. I think he just hung up on me as pretty good Young Adam no improvising background players. Let's look a little less word next time we weren't board is how we always look. Speak for yourself Chris. ILITCH board I know I didn't mean to jump over you but you WANNA lose this Gig yes breath. What about the free crap table? There are no real crafts on table weenies and a blanket and NACHOS ooh. I didn't see the Natsios I'll be back just. FYI people we are cutting shakes. The clown code heads mixed nuts at airhead. Let's see from this script. It's it's way too long. It's gotta focus on the Adam Sandler produced movies. That's their Tim Hurley. He's Rhody Action. Well that's dumb. Cone heads had a lot of us in our people in it like Chris Farley David Spade Dan ackroyd Phil Oh Hartman and Jane Curtain. Yeah your major talent like me you can call the shots big boy right now. You're just a background player. And you are directing a play. We started with the topic that they can't even watch half of the subject material so fire you invited need people mealy around would we are the best meal years there's I don't think that's the word. It is now milliers cans of cognitive roll-off ton. We should do an episode on the dictionary. Oh no please know that. It's way too wordy term Tim. I'm so glad we bumped to get in college judge and you even wrote some of my stand up material for me and helped me out on. SNL Out four times four times. But I'm an accountant now now not so much fun times where. You don't have to be an accountant. I've been doing movies but I want to do my movies. I have an idea for a movie you can help we write it. It's about a screw up that wants to run his dad's business but he has to complete all twelve grades in two weeks to prove he can do. It sounds interesting fine but we need a man child actor for the lead or it will not work. Hello you're talking to him okay. I'm in an even though we don't know so what we're doing. We must have this one simple rule. We need to stay true to our writing style. Even to studio hates it or rationally lever studio hates it even try to bring on riders to tweak our script but I say Nay sir well let them change whatever they want we will just say the original lines no matter what the script says. It will give a pot to Chris Farley and let him say whatever comes to his mind perfect critics will hate it but we'll still be number over one at the box office. Let's put him at the x mansion and another thing I want to do and all my movies is have rob Schneider show up at play some ridiculous role that has little to with the plot. You should have all your friends and all your movies. There's not a bad idea but the next film we do. I wanted to win an award while we are very low brow L. comedy people so after being obtainable or D- You're right let you the best fight scene in a movie award from MTV. We could do a hockey movie. I like hockey. I like golf. Let's do golf movie instead. I don't be combined to like peanut Butter Cup that it'll make everyone happy. Sounds great ninety to go finish this episode of Gilmore Girls Before we get started. I think I have title already. You now now hate Billy Madison. But I like happy Gilmour. Oh I like both billy. Madison made late. Twenty six million at the box office and happy Gilmore made like forty one million on on a twelve million budget not too shabby. Wow guys that is a lot of crews money case you didn't know Florida's crews math. Well yeah ask Chris. Matthews's very hopeful. Well let's say you're looking to buy TV low for the price of one TV. You could probably go on a four night cruise instead and they usually have a TV in the room with movies onboard. So there's that talking to you. People will because we are cute annoy hugely annoying ignoring Lee Annoying Kilian knowingly cute agony this direct it may be another day let's practice happy Gilmore seed pod and the price is wrong bitch which she's no. Maybe you kiss take our stuff. She's too old I right. I'll see you guys there. I don't understand this scene in at all. It appears to be just a bunch of quotes from the movie and they aren't even an order. No no not at all order. I'm ready for order. Who's taking the order? I'll I have a memo. Grow people talking to you. Know they're still upset. Ground people do take issue. Forgot forgot to back World Yemen. You guys have ruined in the play and you're messing up my ball. Joe Did Baby Adam. Same Oh Hito oh. That sounds good. I'll take one of those not more Hito Mo Jo Ma Chao one one don't emphasize Mojo at my wife to the heaters are quite good. I wouldn't know I'm eleven. Three is play stinks. You ought to be fired appeared. Because that's a good way to Chris's point all you're doing is spewing lines are movie. There's no drama. No passion no story story. Do you apart so you. What the opposite of Sandler movie is that is that it mister? Big Shot podcasters. Hey my movies have a plot. How about the ridiculous things six? That's how long we're going to do this. What's the next scene? Why so you can stand in the background and ruin it no other? That is fun Why don't you just let us look at it in? See if we can highlight Definitely means specs it. Yeah that's that's what I said. Highlights the Knicks seed is mishmash. Sandler's more We should say serious films. Punchdrunk love from two thousand the tools from two thousand four rate over me from two thousand seven and forty people from two thousand nine. And what are we go leans view more strung together quotes formation we are going to perpetrate dams like interrupted. Dan All right and I have five main Baby Adam. Don't call Me Baby Adam. Hey jail. Didn't Adam record some comedy albums Aided he was nominated for best comedy album at the grammys tell me he won Sedley. No that makes it a lot harder. Sam Kenniston one. That makes it a lot easier. Hey Miss Director hand over the script free go. She doesn't mean we're GONNA use it. He handed it over quicker than and I thought all right. Here's where I shine. It's changed this and this was get rid of this year abbess. It's putting this guy has nothing to do with Adam Sandler I know I know. Just trust me all right this out. Add this this more corrections and boom dropped descrip- Sabrina. You literally drop the script. I mean the pages are everywhere. I numbered them but not. We're we're losing time. Here is gathered them of hand to me. let's see. I want us to build a party set. Yeah the concept is it's after the grammy's Adam doesn't win but he goes over to Sam Kennison's after Grammy Party. We don't have time for -bility let's just read through this monstrosity here. Ever take a script put it order ready places. There's one on one pupil Sammer debut comedy album had so many people on it even with Rob Schneider David Spade too meadows CONAN. O'Brien routed Roddick's Jesus snuff worse. Written by your body still could be. It could win. Sammy I guess the Grammy People Preferred Subs Parade Porno. Trench coach short man screaming into a microphone for our over at highly produce albums comedy skis and live music. You got me damn. In in her feelings. Mail cloud turbo trust cuts ritual reduced triscuit. Clegg's selection is quite impressive. Impressive as your double platinum two. The million. I hope that was before. Were fired from us now. Wasn't it wait. I'm going to get buy in from. SNL Home Jack Horsemen from Netflix. It hasn't been invented yet. I'm a talking horse with a Sitcom worry. Run Day you'll get big movie deal with the company. Sounds good what's net flicks. He'll turn by the way anyone by noon. White nineteen eighty nine Pontiac. Our AAA traffic. You'll see the world. We'll talk later anyway. And I signed a deal with Netflix. To Produce and star in four films in two thousand fourteen and then we up the deal for another four films in two thousand seventeen. Removing murder. Mystery will be the most popular film in Two thousand nine hundred and you stand up. Special weren't fresh critically acclaimed. Oh I do stand up again. I don't mean to just feel pretty good right now. Maybe I'll put you're one of my movies semi permanent now housing triscuits. There's a fishbowl keys over there to Geez. That's my favorite fish. Cheese took our. It's hot car. Why the Hell is their keys? This ball because we got nachos we love not alcohol. Some shows those are good. I don't know I don't remember writing that me neither neither day L. or myself added it guys. It's the Fish Ashcroft facts facts sitting amongst cheese cubes pieces of paper. This fall back. It's random facts. You read. Read out of a fishbowl. About whoever talking about at the time here Baby Adam reach in grab one and read it. It's kind of fun. Stop Calling Me Baby Adam. The let me finish eating this boundary cheese. I okay would have preferred Pepe Jack. But I'll take the monetary fishbowl fact number. One the ridiculous six got a shocking zero zero percent rating on rotten tomatoes. I hate rotten tomatoes. They don't like my movies fishbowl fact number two. That's my the Laura Science is eating not still waiting for my Mo- hito though duck. Akito Do Co. keep though Adam Sandler's character and Saturday tonight lives the Hurley. Her La- he he. He's my friend. Did Not you're exactly why he's your friend. Adam Sandler's character in Saturday night live. The herlihy boy wasn't honor of Tim. Herlihy fishbowl fact number. Three Adam sandlers chemistry withdrew very more is one hundred percent real fact number four in real life. Adam Sandler has admitted to having anger issues. FISHBOWL fact number five. Jackie Sandler is okay. Okay With Adam Kissing other women on screen and even gives him advice fishbowl fact number six Adam families and kicked him has the eleventh most F words words and in in movie history. I don't like that one. I'm glad you picked that one. I thought it was gonNA come to me. You're welcome. I saved him. Fishbowl fact act number. Seven Sandler confirmed that if people were starting to think that he picked his movies based on where he wanted to go on vacation. They were absolutely right. That is how I would pick my movies to the actually really smart. It is fishbowl. Fact number. Eight the dodgeball scene in Billy Madison was real. Adam Sandler even admitted that not only any word. Those real dodge balls in real kids getting hit very very hard with them but he also made at least one of them crack. Ah Good Fan. Goal in life fishbowl fact number nine. There is a theory that all of Adam Sandler's movies are related due to each other. Which is why the same cast keep reappearing in each one actors? Such drew Barrymore Jennifer Aniston Harry Winkler Note. No not here. He went clear. Henry Winkler the fines. Rob Schneider's Bosomy David Spade Norm McDonald and Kevin James. Keep showing up fishbowl fact. It's number ten. Adam Sandler doesn't do many interviews due to being misquoted. A lot so he swore off talking to the media fishbowl fact number eleven. Robert Deniro says says that Billy Madison is his favourite film fishbowl fact number twelve the elderly man happy Madison. Productions logo is Stanley. Sandler Adams late father that was gotten full of dairy. It's GonNa be really fun for me later and me me to me. WHO's going to be pulling for you on the car? Ride home grows. ooh Semester Director. What did you think is it a little more meaty than just doing random movie quote? Yes whatever good good here. We wrote another scene. We just need you guys to build. Howard Stern's radio program said not happening? Let's see how this one plays out here. Everyone thinks these napkins. Oh Yeah we ran out of paper and now I have no more Napkins for the craft table either a not on a which is sloppy. Joe Day oh wait. This is on toilet paper years. You don't use the toilets number two or I never ran for ladies either tale. Okay so don't use the toilets period we are wasting time Ryan. Let's just roll the seed Albert. You play Howard Stern's just because I have a big nose isn't it. Yes action so you lost at the Gotham awesome awards to Adam driver and you will have nothing to do a Batman. Either go Vega independent film awards. We Dow band right without Batman regardless. You're getting incredible reviews for your work in uncut gems that shocking right almost as silly as me put a movie and getting good reviews right lay. That would happen happen actually did happen. It was called Private Parts. It's the story of my life. Got Ya little. Nicky was the story of my life. Out of. You should really push for for the Oscar nod I am. I have already done more promotion than they usually do. I did a rare profile in the New York Times the Safti brothers and everybody works so hot in that movie that I didn't do what I usually do and just go. I can't help you out. There could be a funny big thing if you score first Oscar nomination. I'm there to win. I'd even ditch my famous casual. Look for Nike Tuxedo. If I don't get it I'm going to come back and do want again. That is so bad on purpose. That just to make you all pay. That's that's how I get them. So what are you thinking Jack and Jill to watch real funny this just in the National Board of Review. His name do best. Dr Patrick Hope you and the Oscar race we will see we will see. I Have Rob Schneider and David Spade on standby to make that bad movie. If I don't win okay okay So that was the end of the C.. Did he win. Oh we don't know we are recording this before the Oscars you know you guys always have such great time a recorded. The Chili peppers before Josh Klinghoffer got fired and gave a throws for the worst season ever was aired. You know it is all about timing. Well I gotta say say this. I did learn a little more about Adam Sandler than I did before. Thank you you all learn more Christo Chris do. Oh it's a do because it's it's quiz time. Lady go spring quiz. This pop quizzes called. Aw Get outta panic Kaz and your this is the Quiz Ika. It's not easy questions can get kind of Harda score points if you WANNA. It's the pop quiz. Quiz Ika SMELLY eraser. Eras are the most fun Ika Pie Quiz Ika Five general knowledge facts on Adam Sandler order the easiest to the hardest to test your knowledge score one point for each correct correct answer jail done question number one that went on for so long last week it was like the stairway conversion to get the quiz. It was really just shorter than my way road. Once you're talking about we could have a pop quiz last week. The Red Hot Chili peppers birth. Oh by the way. I thought. That was my favorite pop quizzes. Question Number One. What football opposition did Sandler's character play in the water boy? What football physician lawyer you should know? This is your favorites. Yeah Burt Reynolds was in it. No waterboy waterboy. Oh where he plays. The waterboy position is the one he played on the football field. How gotTa Right Water Water break through? He was never mind. I was going longest yard. Yeah that was quarterback. Yes I know I just had to research the use it or whatever I know what he does on the team. He gives them water no after when he was playing. Why gated have have all those by their so angry? I actually do know I. It's my my mom I'm GonNa tell you what a brain ready go ahead could've sanders. Yeah it's because of them do album gotta no no no. My Mama said because he's got all those teeth that's what makes them so order. We well now that I know to trust uh-huh and no to push. Yes now. They're my Duda. Oblong gotTA move it on question number two. How many times has Adam Sandler's character after died in Little Nicky? It's a number hint. It's a number between one and fifteen. Well then change that Pat. You're just make it up number. Oh those are real numbers. I never made up a number range wise. Oh No it didn't between one and fifteen nine fifteen or fifty fifteen one five one five million between one and fifteen original numbers back on question number three in Billy Madison. Who did Billy Fall in love with? I'll take the actor's actor's name I'll take the character I'll take the profession any one of those. That was a big hint. Oh Heart Listen Baby Adam. Can you stay out of her pop quiz lease seriously. Walk to touch the Hymie Question number four in the wedding singer. which musician saved Robbie from a fight on on airplane hint? It's a real life musician. I'm not totally. I'm not it hit for everyone in this room but not the audience. I have a pump of this person. They're just trying to find mindless. You can try looking around. But there's four million pops here. Yeah I should really stop buying them from question. Should number five. What is the name of the studio company that Happy Madison uses for? It's more serious films jail. Still looking around for POPs Eh. Did you find him. Only what was the question. I was looking mathematics the serious. What isn't a studio company? Happy Madison uses for. Its serious films as me. I for that one ever really funny Anneli pins down and confused faces off or they always have a confused face so question number one. What football position did sanders character? Play in the water boy. Laura I don't now now tighten. Sabrina tackle jail linebacker. ooh Yeah I think that's what he was correct answers. Oh yeah that's what he was. Ah linebacker question number two. How many times says Adam Sandler's character die in Little Nicky? Sabrina seven Laura Eight for you. The correct answer is not fifty seven throat seven because because it was directly in between one and fifteen except for seven and a half I hit on pretty much take seven. My guest forever defeated this time by the golden makes number. Yeah I haven't seen that one. It's really bad so kind of want to say about. It's amazing. I've heard that too. There seems to be two sides. Sit a little nicky. There's always two sides right rotten tomatoes and everybody else. Not If you're trying to question number three and Billy Madison Madison. Who did Billy Fall in love with Sabrina? The teacher look great did she. Didn't say that you just said profession. Russian third grade Laura Teacher jail since he gave the answer over on the cover and wrote Veronica. Originally three scratched out. That would be a wrong answer then around his third Grade Teacher Veronica. Von Played by Bridgette Wilson. I knew it was Veronica Pete Sampras question number four which musician saved Robbie from a fight on an airplane in the wedding singer. Laura Billy idol. Uh Sabrina Billy idol. Jail Billy idol. Billy idol is not the only musician up there. Well Yeah I don't Elsa Prince saving them from a fight. Britney Spears definitely wasn't going to and nobody wants Peter Chris to do anything anymore. The correct answer was Britney. Spears was billy idol and question of what is the name of the Studio Company. Happy Madison uses for its serious films. Laura Serious Gilmore. You Kinda Kinda kick yourself when you hear the answer probably do in. This serious film is brought to you by new theories Gilmore. Some better no yeah. Sabrina Pouring Madison Actually Madison. twenty-three Eh we're all better twenty three. I don't have any films he made before they finally told you got one wrong. He made it to Jack and jail. Sources for this script. What are you doing the Roller Lori will now be played by Serena who had been ordered started? tae-ji you'll be fine. She lost nineteen twenty. You dropped descriptors like Sabrina did in the script did they did written on toilet paper it slightly us. Well I had to work with what I head back to the sources is good housekeeping dot COM biography dot com the quiz dot com. That's behind the music featuring do and rotten tomatoes dot com. Oh that's so nice. They did a great behind the music. You know why because there is too shy shy. I agreed song. Well well I would just like to thank you for holding up to production as you quiz. Each Other on Adam Sandler nutshell at the port of that was to get us to about an our what. Oh don't worry about okay. Well let's do the sailor family thing next. Oh I like the same family thing. What is that now? I don't know I I like probably something to do with thing from Adam's family and Sandler love cousin says it's not even close. Okay give the man a hand stay around. Remember your background okay. Action Alright people. We're about to shoot the next scene. A Big Daddy. Did you see where a waitress who takes my order over Wu. While I'm into Sports Bob with one of this Bros brothers playing the kid I adopt south. You have this way. said US don't understand me because I'm Adam Sandler and you're just in the background. So Y la La either either way. I don't know which one I can't tell the PA identical by the way WHO's playing Beatrice Jockey okay. I don't know who it is. But she is hot. Yeah She's a model. And she played sally and Deuce Bigalow Male Gigolo a movie your Production Company produced for Rob Schneider. I don't blame. Yeah I'm going to date hood and Mary are put in my movies. I fifty first dates and grown-ups one and two and she's going would you change your religion for me. I'll do that on one condition. We have kids really dammit. Okay Oh you know. We were married at six o'clock or she. Malibu state we will invite Jennifer Aniston Rodney Dangerfield Rob Schneider and dress my bulldog meatball ball up in the Black Tux and me and the dog to. Oh you oughta perfect woman for me. What should we name our kids? I suggest billion happy. PF diabetes well. In that case I will have my ovaries produce girls and their names will be sadie and sunny. I love those names i. We'll put them in my movies as well. Like Hotel Transylvania and Jack and Jill. How do you now at movies? You're going to be making in the future. I had them all written already every year so I put one hour Polish it up and make it. Let's ride off into Hollywood's sunset together own. Oh cut cut cut okay. Well thanks to the pop quiz in the background players. Were pretty much out of time for today. I'd like to thank everyone for her. So except the podcast. Forty two you blow really like security to show them out why we need your play better. You also distracted. All the kids drank all the beer ear. A all the TS. And what have you took a four hour nap. It was actually five avenue up. Okay doesn't matter out out out out out. I think that went well better than last time. Who wants to go to ihop pancake? Hey can I come. Share sure Europe or these direct to buyers pancakes. I love with Japan cakes or pancakes Weeks see how long Sir all right well that that was Adam sandlers nudity. Story Uncut new jumped around a bit at jump to bet even even went back and then four and then back then went four and then fourth and fourth and fourth and then we went back and then we went to I have and then I'm upset because the only reference French law debray was stupid pop quiz. Just because that's the only Adam Sandler movie you've ever wash does not mean that we talk about an hour hour. I've watched others. I then like them damn well. Here's the Harold. He's made a billion movies. So pixels was amazing. We we mentioned a bunch of them. Were was awesome in that I liked pixels. See I would've gone waterboy over Billy Madison. No that's his first movie. I don't care billy. Madison's amazing his first real real movie. Yeah all right. Let's see what you have to say paying win. You know what today is Beauty Magazine Day. Yeah you could wrote the kids play. Random quotes just random quotes out of nowhere all right. Let's see what you have to say on facebook. Monica says love his movies especially GROWNUPS and the wedding singer heart heart heart heart heart marked heart heart. Laura not liking the movies. Well Oh now she's just pulled up landscaping duty. Got a quote from the movie happy. Your name's Chris says says it's a different Chris. There's more than one. There's like millions of Chris's I love his reign. She makes the best movies and the worst movies. There is some range that is true about. I like about a fourth of his movies. I WANNA see uncut gems though I know. I know it's It's going to be coming to Netflix. They announced it. Yeah that's part of the part of his deal with Netflix. Says they're getting that movie. gosawx I don't know if I knew anything about it it. It's Serious Adam Sam. Yeah super serious. Adam Sandler Amy. I like every other movie he does. It's either awesome or the stupidest thing that's ever been the Laura not this. Laura says absolutely love him Noah. Well there's the odd movie that's meant for twelve year old boys at. I'm pretty mad about fifty first. Dates is an all time favorite for me. GROWNUPS was great. I didn't WanNa China. I didn't see grownups either. Good yeah I like it better. Yeah and everybody gets chocolate wasted stupid. I WANNA get chocolate wasted. I WANNA get chocolate wasted two more than they do so weird that had. I'm not quoting the movies link normally what we did an episode on rat race of quote unquote Oliver Good Movie Now. It's a great movie. Eljay Eljay says always loved happy Gilmore and Billy Madison. The rest are Kinda stupid but I still always check them out. Usually good to watch once pacman screening recording quoting rat race the other day after we went to the theater and we were we lay. But now we're discussing Adam Sandler now you brought up. Yes and the moment has passed now. I was still in it. No it has passed laws. Guess OJ cares about your comment. I say behavorial cares about. LBJ has comment. I think it was actually believe jails comments. Were moving onto twitter. Dooby Doo Bee Doo. WHO SAYS I don't care what people say Sandler makes me laugh? I watch all his movies. They are pure fun. Oh was that. What a quote from Adam Sandler himself I I think that was Adam? Sandler maybe alias. Dooby Doo Bee Doo. Man Seems about right. Ro Ro snakes on a crane says the twitter hate Sandler. All his movies are the same with just different locations where he wants to vacation where you wants to vacate. Yeah we we just explain that snakes astronauts says. I think it's great that he employs his buddies. It's like films of the past the featured all the same studio actors it makes the film's better and shows a real bond better. Everyone it's just like this podcast. If I wasn't friends with Chris I wouldn't be here Sabrina. How'd you hear jail Laura's here through marriage but she wanted Mitt sleeper the producers She Carrie Fisher? It still doesn't want to be on the show we are holding. They said this. She sleeps with the producer to get off. Hasn't worked yet can trouble getting off. Yeah everybody Ashley. Oh we record on Mondays every Monday. She's like well. I got to do this on my podcast. PODCAST and I we know so I have this cut on yet and finally Donkey Punch says. There's nothing like like putting on a brainless sandler movie grabbing the P. Cord at escaping reality for the day popcorn today take off the movie. I doubt that's weird. Thank Patricia arquette Jennifer Eh Aniston. They're definitely Salma Hayek. Soma Hi oh definitely drew carey more back to Selma Hayek very more. So he watches like four. Adam Adam Sandler with me every single one they are and I'd also like to thank Rob Schneider. Then they pull in the Rob Snyder we. He is my inspiration hours under the movie by the end of the movie. I look like St Bosomy. Hey Hey crazy is pup automous. I would love rush niners career because he only has to memorize one line and he still gets all the royalties. He made a career off of decrease man. Chris Sereno spies I saw him do stand up. I actually actually went to see Adam. Sandler do stand up. I had a friend that went to and he really liked it and Rob Schneider sucked. Oh so you really. I did not like Schneider. Everything turned into something political but it wasn't like fun political where you pick on both sides now he chose us. I just was like bashing the other and I go And political humor is funny when you pick on both sides see. He was opposite. He liked that he was surprised about how good he was. Rob Snyder or yeah. I wasn't impressed with Schneider Peter. David Sade was agreed with Washington was also you sold tour. Yeah okay probably different. You're then no had McDonald. I am the McDowell on this one. Oh he was on one of them. That's who I would like to see the most normal Donald. They kept saying there was like a special surprise comedian so I kept waiting for somebody to show up. Nobody showed showed up and I was like. where's norm McDonald? Because that's who I was pulling for. He was supposed to tour with them. They did a big press. Thing was rob Schneider McDonald Schwartz. Sandler David David Spade. Neider is to Schneider's Sandler Sandler was great. He was awesome. Nick sports was. It was really good. spayed let me down because it was pretty much him doing his bit from everything. It's just him so whenever you if you'd watch him on just shoot me emperor's new groove however he is that's just him up there yeah. It didn't translate that well. Everything's done as David Spade. Yeah there's no surprise there now I was. I don't know I thought he would be a little funnier well as that's revisit. This beer cooler the N.. No no good way. Think narrowly perfect. All right it's been six hours since we've started drinking. What is so hot? It's from Funky Buddha brewery their mixologist series. It's their coquito cream ale with a nice ab of eleven point. Four percent all right. Sabrina I ask. Ed sounded reassuring. There she loves the outdoors on. I want to go first I didn't like it they. I didn't like this. I know I'd rather just be drinking the real cookie dough true for you finish resume or will okay. Okay done Yeah no for me. It's a one I didn't like it. I don't know if it was just the pseudo coconut taste for the pseudo rump. Taste or though it says on the bottle is brewed in rum barrels. Or maybe that's getting that But I I can't can't surprisingly enough. I can't drink a whole lot of rum and lessen cynical kito so I was hoping to be able to get through this but I couldn't interesting interesting claw. Go next five. I really like this. The first sip hit me hard. I'm like oh no. This is not going to work at it. All the more drank at the more smoothed out. I am one of those people who is a big fan of coconut coconut. A Lot I think I am in the lower percentage of people that like coconut. But yeah I this is really good. This is a good way to end their series I think it it was a gamble on this taste. It definitely finishes bury it starts coconut and finishes as straight up beer but overall really good definitely would do this again if they ever released it. This is one of those limited series. So you gotta get it now. If you still find it. Laura had to travel to like South America to finding South Florida. Yeah also vein pretty much the same so five for me. Laura I I really I really do love cookie dough. I remember the first time hi cookie dough I was fourteen years old. Yes pictures. Nineteen Ninety Five Puerto Rican. That's a really old to start. It really is. That's when my eight Puerto Rican friends parents introduced to it. Thank you guys We say that with love do I do. I'm actually yes growing growing up. In South Florida drinking age was suggestive. So I've got many stories anyways. I do. Do you like cokie though. It does have a resemblance to cook. He would not say it's haste like a real fresh made coquito drink So beer right it does have I see where like Serena's coming from with that fake it has like almost fake cokie tastes like they pumped it with cokie does Syrup and that's all you really have But with that being sad I'm gonNA actually agree more with you Chris. I could have multiple bottles of it. The more more you drink the easier it gets to drink I don't know is eleven percent. Ab that is like yeah. This is great But I'm going to give it a five. Wow Yeah yeah. I'm I'm happy found it. I did find the last case I believe in south Florida when I picked it up I fought off for other people. Yeah I was buying it. They were like wearing that and I was like lower came back with this and some stitches. But I'm no I'm I'm no SNITCH. Guys probably blame to Yo because he introduced this series on air and now it's harder to get than ever you're welcome Funky Buddha. It was really like we couldn't find. I've looked in multiple stores in our area and could not find it so when I was in south Florida this weekend I I said I will go out and hunt because it is brewed in south Florida so I figured the Latin capital of the world would have cookie Theo. Since it's proof there is a love that brute behind like your house yes. The brewery is behind where my grandma lived when I was growing up so split. A lot of ultra grandma and I started drinking at the age of nine fourteen show. That's when I see it though. Oh I feel like this is like a golden girl story oriented declaim in Saint Olaf rose. That's saying alright beer master. I think it's good. I like the flavor good coconut taste. The aftertaste hits you right off the bat though so. That's a little overwhelming after the first SIP. Yes I did it for me but but really if you get past that first SIP. It's well worth it as a beer. not nice smooth criminal that hits you with a little bit at the. He added all that with that full arm. Coconut taste at the end. I love it I would drink. Six of these shouldn't drink six of them because the ABC. I would because it's back good so that's six six awesome and if it could be I haven't really let down in this mix all. Don't think there's been a single mythology beer that none of us really lights except you know. I think I think each episode. There's always been one of us. That just goes. It's not my thing. What was it that goes away Sangria singer that was probably the toughest one for all of them? I think that one went well. And the Manhattan. Ri- was amazing. That was one Manhattan. Rice think is still the best that they did all all of them. You know this is number two. Yeah see for me it just the more I drank of it. The more like the less I wanted I was just like they don't finish it all right well Sabrina. Where can you find us? You can find us on facebook and the official cast forty-two facebook group page. You can find us on speaker and iheartradio and I tunes and tuna and stitcher and Google podcast. Anyway you can find podcast. We're there you can check out our a website podcast. forty-two show dot wordpress DOT COM and has a listing of beer ratings has a show listing. You can go check out all the information's there you can email us at podcast. Yes forty to show at gmail.com podcast four to show at G MAIL DOT COM. Go ahead and send us any questions and comments you can send them mall there or you can call or text us at three two one. Two eight five fifty five twelve once again. That is three two one two eight five fifty five twelve We like to have those text ex- messages or phone calls. And then of course were part of the pod fixed network. 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Friday 2/21/20 - Father Matt Foley Part II

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Friday 2/21/20 - Father Matt Foley Part II

"All Right Bay three s Friday February twenty first. Welcome to the dog walk presented by Barstool Sports. If you didn't listen to yesterday stop this right now. Listen apart one with father met fully. We talk about how much the host cost. We talk about the seven sacraments. What's wants the top of the power? Rankings whatever stop this right. Now listen to part one if you didn't if you already listened to par one. Let's happen part two right now with Father Matt Foley. Who's your favorite? Apostle my favorite Apostle Peter. What's Peter got what Peter was passionate? He was not afraid to make mistakes. He was able to be profoundly convicted to Christ. And yet at the same time in be completely off target He denied Christ three times But yet still was welcome back and was able to die for the faith so I really like his passion. Okay Peter I that that's good that's good I mean I know I've seen most of these things. That's that's cool to hear. Appreciate why he's right. He's the favourite reconciliation. What's a harsh? I don't WanNa say punishment but a harsh. You send someone back fifty. Our Fathers One hundred one fifty years like hey kid in terms of penance. I don't like to talk too much about penance. But what I usually try to do is how the person participate in two things one in action. So if they've done something that needs to be re some redemption I had them do an action and then I also have them do some prayers to reflect upon what's transpired so they can change But it's it's usually twofold for me. Okay and do you. Do you like doing weddings on Saturdays. Like oh man like you know. Weddings exciting weddings are exciting to see two people taking this incredible leap of faith that they're going to be in love with each other becoming one before God is powerful. It brings a tear to my eye. It's profoundly a leap of faith and in this day and age it's radical because most people don't want to do that they don't want to commit themselves to each other with God and I think it's incredibly radical and profound and so fifty two Saturdays in the air. How many are you doing exam? I'll do anywhere from thirty to forty weddings a year. Wow Yeah so you value though satyrs kind. I mean I know listen. I know you like weddings. I know but sometimes don't you like maybe maybe Wisconsin's on Saturday afternoon football. There's no doubt about it and I. It does hurt my sport watching events. I gotcha like Friday afternoon. Weddings to all those are nice. Yeah it was a sweet. You know people don't like ten in those father people like you know. Friday gonNA take half a day off work but it's the pressure that one's reaping the benefits on. I just think if it's important you're going to be there. Yeah people are working on Friday afternoons working hard or like physically being not. Many people are just physically being there as a fact. Do you prefer weddings over Bingo night? Oh Yeah we don't have Bingo Bingo Bingo. What's it like a random event? The Queen of Hearts is back now. Yeah we don't do any none of that now. It's like a random off event that you guys do well. We might have a comedy night and we would have Any event where we have a jubilation where we do a gala fundraising firs Special Events and things like that. Those would be some of the events of all the church songs. What's your favorite? And what do you think is the best chance at my? You know could really reach the mainstream like what? What could you know? Be a big time hit. I you know I really don't have a favorite song now. I'm Kinda I don't I like some of the Matt Maher New Songs Lord. I need you to be a song. They I think would be decent but for the most part. I'm pretty happy people are all singing. Okay Yeah I raise you up on Eagle's wings that's done it's time Y- funerals yet sad memories and it was a good one but some of the excuse me. Some of the songs are so good. Yeah like there really are good. Yeah good and But they're they're very emotional. Feel Yeah they took it your heartstrings. Yeah they do and I know like I I. I feel weird. Ask if I probably asked here is normal. Kind of civilian question is is it? The actresses really happen. I believe they do. I've never been involved I'm not qualified but I guess they do in a rid of read about them in I've heard about them but I've never participated in no but it was like something where there's like one priest and the whole city is able to do that or I think each die sees has a person designated for exorcisms interesting right. So it's like I don't know I just picture someone being you know like you said. Saint Mary Seminary and get tapped shoulder and be like. Hey you're the you're the exorcist guy. Yeah I think they have to be a PRA quite a while before they before that happens. Correct I before they can tap right. I like that you ever seen the movie rocky. I have you like one of my favorite scenes past the Church. And you'll throw it on a couple of blessings. I've got a big fight. You don't need the blessing to the window. Correct anything like that. Anything like that. Do I do any of that? Yeah there's Times you know people ask for blessing before they you know our teams will come to master blessing before they go out and play up. We'll have a Chicago. Marathon will come to mass. We'll give them a special blessing before they run the Chicago Marathon. Yeah definitely hey. Let's say a quick break from father. Really quick. Let's talk about. Cbd MD CBD MD is a trusted leader in the industry with a wide range of options from classic CD. Oil Tankers that. Gomez sleep products topical creams and even CD for your pets. 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That's Promo code walk at CD EMPTY DOT COM for twenty five percent off your next order of premium CD oil products from CBD MD. All right let's get back the father and obviously people don't know at this point your name is. I mean it's it's familiarized across pop culture and you know you are the motivation for one of the greatest. Snl sketches of all time. And I got asked. How Awesome was Chris Farley? Chris is awesome. He would love this. Yeah we'd love being interviewed New Church Because he spent a lot of time in churches Went to daily mass Every time I saw him when I was ordained I would have to hear his confession. We'd always go to mass together He was a very devout Catholic in so it is true like he went every every day or every Sunday. All Aid. Go everyday if he could really. Oh Yeah you go. Every day and confession was irregular Situation also and he went out closer to like second city down there. I believe in church. You Second City Damascus there. But even when I'd see him out at Senate live we would go to masses Over he you know five different schedules in Manhattan Middle Mayonnaise. Very big going to mass. How many times you've been SNL? I probably go out there once or twice a season when he was on on so probably not maybe seven to ten times. And how cool is that? There was really cool. I mean is amazing to see it. You know the stage setup and the live action meet all the all the individuals and watch him work through the week to develop the program and Is Fascinating meeting all those people and meeting in stars and hanging out with Chris. It was really cool and I know you told the story a million times right now but would you. You know it's far listeners. Can you tell how the story came to be? How did you know the motivational speaker? Take on your name okay. So I was in. Chris was a freshman at Marquette. I was a sophomore. I was a rugby president in. Chris loved him. Make Fun of people authorities. So I was the president so I'd have to give speeches and he would have some fun with that when replaying the game He moved to a second city on Wall Street and I was newly ordained guy and North Allendale at Saint. Agatha and I'd come see his show he was doing that skit and if you're an audience and he knew you use your name. Here's Bob Smith. I'm a motivational speaker. And of course you'd make fun of the individual that was sitting out there. They knew I was at the show one night and he came out and Said My name is Matt Foley Motivational Speaker and I kinda slumped down in my chair and felt like a bit of a tool. But he's talking about me like that. Then we went out after that and he said I'm Never GonNa Change Name. I'm never going to change going to be that mad full every time. So then he carried out to Senate live and Called me up one night and said hey you're going to be on makes you watch in there. I was coming out of the basement motivational speaker. What was that like the next day at Mass Wars? Everyone like well. Nobody had a clue. 'cause nobody stayed up that late to watch the show. You know I did because it was my buddy on TV but over the span of time it became pretty well known that I was that guy and you guys met in college right. Yeah we met in college. He was a freshman played rugby. And you're a year old and I'm your older. Yeah Nice and the. Us were just bodies ever since we were buddies. We became much closer as when I got deigned Chris got sober and I was Very much I I've never I don't drink or smoke or do drugs myself so it was A. We got closer because as able to help him win. Some of those. Some of those difficulties yet with the addictions now is there. I mean are you surprised now? Twenty two years after he's passed away. Are you surprised that he's still like everyone still loves? Everyone still talks about him. The great thing about Chris First of all he was genuine and people saw that. There's a tenderness in his heart. That loved he always knew the person who's always point for the underdog so people love that about him and the second thing about him was that he had the ability to do things that we wanted to do but never had the guts to do so he would fall down in front of somebody or you know. Drop his shorts in front of somebody or do those things like. That would be really funny to do that. But I'll never do that. Chris would do that. So that's what made him incredibly funny. He was just able to do the things that we would like to do but Chris did it. Yeah he never held back the puncture so he never did and did you know like when you guys are at Marquette. Did you guys know that you'd think? Does you know he'd be so big. We had no idea but he was. You know he was he some of the same skits he did it Marcus. He didn't movies and on TV so he had a charismatic. You couldn't possibly Deny or not pay attention to he came into the room and Chris was. One of those guys said that. Guy. I'M GONNA keep an eye on him and they did it was you always knew me. He walked in lit up a room. Kinda guy he did he did just because he was he loved to make people laugh. That was his gift which of his movies do enjoy the most. I suspect Tommy Boy. 'cause it's probably more Somewhat biography a biography of him of sorts. Did you see that Sandler Song that he released? Yeah it was pretty good as powerful as powerful it was it was great and he nailed it. You know he know would drink all night and then get up. In the morning go to mass. I was a tear jerker it was it was it was it was just it was. It was a great song though. It was great. Yeah father you know. Thanks for doing this or anything. I kind of didn't get to hear anything you want to talk about. No I think you covered pretty much everything at all or is this okay. Father I was just kind of you know you're okay. I don't think I think I don't think he'll still be alright standing. They won't kick me out all right. Thank you very much father fully. I really appreciate you doing this. You Bet my pleasure I. That's a for today. Everybody will catch you next time.

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"What you need to know is brought to you by morongo. Play it safe. Good times laura what he got okay. So it's a twenty year anniversary of shrek. Shrek him out twenty years ago. And did you guys know that. Mike myers was not the original person that was supposed to play. Shrek know who is supposed to be as sorters yesterday. Chris wiley chris. What chris farley probably would have been a good shrek yes he actually recorded nearly all of the dialogue but then you know sadly away so they needed to scramble and find somebody and they said oh. Let's get mike myers. And that's became shrek and he. There was actually no like accent to shrek with farley. And mike myers is the one that brought the accent right now. That's interesting because when you say chris farley i'm like okay so chris farley just going to his own and no dialect no accident of any kind and that's why like hard to really farley then that's only because we know that myers put his own spin on it. Apparently he did not have known this. Well so i have question for you. Are you guys good artists like can you guys draw. No man killing my bit great artists. Yes i'm working on a mural as we speak right now village dodger dog like a dodger dog so i was actually going to put this on what you need to know yesterday but i'm actually glad i saved it because today on twitter was trending people were drying shrek for memory and i was like i wonder how good the the guys would be if they ask them to draw sharp from memory. No i think. I would the little horns that he had little horns the things that projectile off of his of his green face I don't know man. He was definitely green. Big belly big belly but then was pick. I remember she was. Yeah so i i. When i thought about the female on that characterized female lab cameron but doesn't check. Look more like farley than myers does right to me. Yes yeah it did when you say shrek. I right away. Think of eddie murphy. Before i think of my donkeys. Yeah okay made the movie i think. So he did. He did the combination of those two like it was a great fit. But you're right. He did make the movie without donkey. The movie is not as funny for sure. Not even close. It's just it's funny but not hilarious funny like it was. That's what you need to know brought to you by morongo. Play it safe. Good times right so a lot of people are still chiming in on all our conversations about the players with the most pressure or teams right which who has the most pressure. There's postseason in the nba. So feel free to hit us up on that. What is the best food item. You can purchase singular food item. You can purchase an la sporting event We've had the coliseum cookies. The soft chocolate chip gooey cheese on warm that you get wants to swagger because she was all off goose lighting candles while she was talking to us. And you get it with a bucket. Talk a bucket of cookies. I'm not sure what that means. So good though. Oh that's good talking to me in packaging. That's not familiar with the things as being packaged. I start wondering what's going on. You got to walk it of chicken from kfc bucket. that's right. So what kind of bucket or cookies are you talking to. China jim software. We julia whatever she was saying. You probably to if you had a three. You love red wine with you couldn't do. I've tried this. And it just and i love red wine but it doesn't work for me. It's not the same fancy as hell. When i'm doing it man and i don't know why i'm not baking cookies Right straight up just coming out of a package but for a glass of wine. Our light a candle nina simone. And you can't tell me is for the next five minutes now. I get it. And i love chocolate chip cookies. I love cookies period like pretty much any sweets. It's rare that. I don't like it like i am a sweet tooth person. I think some days. I'd i wanna get through dinner fast to get dessert. Like i'm that kind of person it depends on the dinner obviously but more times than not. I'm like give me some of that desert. We bought a red velvet cake for my daughter's birthday 'cause she wanted it and it was like yes. I love red velvet cake. Oh man cream cheese icing us so good. Good so good do you have. You had the pancakes version. The red velvet pancakes. i've not. yeah man. It's i do it but i do often course. Not you crazy. It's good though man who get yourself a nice crispy hot chicken wing I it's amazing. That i that having gained weight during the pandemic because of how much crap i've eaten it really is a testament to how hard i have to work out whether it's going on crazy hikes for like five or six miles or working out in the garage because man like i have had so many sweets now. I have actually kicked the wine for a month. I kicked it for a month. Just what the hell. How long ago. I just said a month. You're saying the most recent month. Yeah okay because let me tell you. I'm on a kick the wine kick myself okay. So so i'm trying to not drink wine at night right now because it's just so much sugar right interesting on your sleep right. You say you didn't gain weight. I'm embarrassed to tell you guys. I gained thirteen pounds by not drinking wine. No over the course of covid. Oh right. I never realized how much weight i gained. I told you. I went into my closet like a week ago to put on a pair of pants because i was going some place and i haven't worn the pants and easily eighteen months and i couldn't so i went on to the next pair and i couldn't button those either and i finally looked at myself and said your fat and you have not realized i got on the scale. I was to nine. I'm mike what has happened here. So you're talking about desserts and good red wine elsie. I'm off all of it at night in particular all i gotta do during the day right so so my biggest meal of the day is now lunch and my smallest meal of the days now dinner. Are you doing and fasting. Not really i mean works yet. I mean it's not really the diet among but it's really very simple or carbs after three. That's my no. That's fine too. But i would say it works because i don't i e around eight o'clock give or take when we're done with the show and i don't eat again until noon and i also work out before i knew so and it's it's kept me around the one seventy two one seventy five range. I can't believe how heavy i got. I didn't even realize it. But i told you it's all because i stopped wearing real pants. If you wore sweatpants and you never button your pants as your waistline expanded so did the elastic waistband and be very thirteen. Fourteen pounds overweight over your normal playing. Wait it's how does that work though when you're wearing your yoga pants around the house. That's what i'm wearing. I'm like rocking all day long. I'm just wearing pants. That have an elastic and a string. And i just tie string and so no matter. How skinny or fat. I may be on still just tying the string. I blame the pants. Okay but now you're you're you're blaming of the pants is Forced you to control. Your mouth turned into my responsibility. Let's go to james in arcadia who wants to talk about. Who has the most pressure here in the playoffs for the nba. What's up james on. Thanks for answering your tweets in the for most pressure and they'd be i'd have to say durant because he left the bolden situation. Nice and and make it out on his own kind of like a trust fund leaving all the money behind so to speak trying to take found lebron kyrenia and freaking zone really the only is in quotes but also if you like red velvet I actually found bill. Funnel cake at a carnival. One and actually dc and it was amazing. Electric daisy carnival. I love it was i. Are they going to have that again this summer summer. It's going to be october. And of course i won't be there okay. October's tough for me. man. I got kids now. I can't be a carnival or fair. Oh man talk about something. That's just so fried cap if we do you think if we took capped electric daisy carnival he would be able to fit in. He'd have fun of a lot of caucasians think he'd be fine. I mean do you like edm music. Kaplan i can live with edna music. No problem okay there you go you think james something for you thank you just. Don't dance while you're there with you. Know hey one other thing georgia. I wanted to say one thing. You know for laura and for greg that claim that this dodger dog situation is such that they can taste such a big difference. And it's not. Because greg grew up his whole life going to dodger stadium and eating that dog we Scully brand again right. We should do a blind taste test where we take like three four five dogs put him in front of them and then say you tell us. Which is the original dodger dog right. I don't think you can do it right. We just go to farmer. John farmer john dog and then get the dodger dog that they're selling now. Don't even do that. Just lie to them see if they could figure out the line all right. Don't worry any of that so would you be. You know if we're actually lied to you or we just say we're going to lie to you to throw you off your game right. Who tricky mind gas. I like it. You'd like that. would you do it. I would try it. We'll see what we can do. Yeah okay work that out. That's a good idea scott. We'll work that. Don't think you'll be able to make the greg. thank you got to. I think it was with me younger. Why myself in that situation. Why are you. I have faith in you greg. thank you. L. z hurt. But i don't believe. I could actually pass the test. Is that what you're saying that that is not what i'm saying i got this. That's not what you said earlier. I just said that. I didn't want to put myself in that situation and that he volunteered me. Adam volunteer myself. But would you do it. Yeah yeah okay just had to ask. Don't just volunteer me for stuff to ask and look right into that way. I mean break tag not even require me to work. You just said here. Yeah you did just kind. Lay the red carpet there. I like it was easy. Let's let me Let me sneak. In nick in whittier. Nick what up nicholas quick. Give the people what they want. They want the farmer. John dodger dog run smart and final. It's in the frozen section. Pick up the bar stavish. Because we don't know how long it will still be out there for. I mean going out of business completely though are they. I mean they're now why would they keep making it well because they've got dogs over l. Afc and they probably sell a ton of dogs in the store because generations of people. Think of the dodger dog. so john. i mean you know. i think they're okay still. Does everybody not realize what happened here. By the way that they came up to a new deal with somebody else. That's all it was right farmer. John's like we don't want to pay this price anymore. To be the official hot dog of the dodgers. It's not making us. The kind of money cost. The airline is not high. So ooh roi how about that. I watched i watched cnbc today. I heard that today all right. Eight hundred seventy seven hundred ten. Espn has the most pressure on them. This postseason in the nba. What is the greatest item you can buy in at an la. Sporting event as far as food is concerned and the dodger dog taste the difference or not eight seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven. Seven seven three seven seven six. We'll be back in two and a half minutes. My two year old loves this song like literally every time it comes on. He wants us to play off the iphone in the car. Like it just nonstop. Which is great. I love it. i love that. He loves music which is cool. We've been talking a lot about food and there's really no one better. I think here to talk about mason gets all the love on food. Does the gross foods stuff. But really the expert is travis and you could catch each and every morning travis nine. Am to eleven am right here on seven ten. Espn so trap. Thank you for stopping by. So you've had the dodger dog. Yes yes. I had it on sunday. Okay and what was your. What are your thoughts on this new dodger dog. Well first of all it gets to carry the name. Dodger dog is a disgrace for because it is the worst hot dog i've ever had in my life and i've done the field research okay. I've been out there testing hotdogs in making my own eating other people. So i i know of what i speak and this dodger dog was the blandest tube of something ever eaten him. Look there are really two things you have to get right on a hot dog right. It needs to be salty and it needs to be hot and then if you can get some other things maybe a little snap in the buying a little that meet flavor. That's great. this was nothing. It was room temperature. It was flavourless bland. There was no salt in it at all. It was a disaster. So you're saying you ate it anyway. Of course i ate it paid for the rights. Travis didn't lose you. I'm sitting next to my son and my other two kids whole family. What's all five of us are there and susan's not really a hot dog person. So i don't know what her deal is but so anyway. The other kids have a hot dog. Like that really. Don't know what the deal is for the mother of my children -til is you. Don't eat hot hotdogs at your problem. Exactly exactly so the kids like this isn't good and then bobby and i are say okay. Well i have to find out for myself because we started with a helmet nacho. So we're thinking we'll get to the dog a couple of innings later and so a couple of weeks by we go up to get the dog and it comes to sit down and eat it and then we both take a bite. Kinda looked like yeah. This is as bad as everybody has said. It is and then. Bobby put his back in the little carton. Little cardboard thing i said. What are you doing and he goes. I'm not gonna eat this. I said well. I'm gonna eat mind now. Typically i would have gone and finished his for him. it was. that's how bad it was. I didn't even bother to clean up after him. And how much was the dodger dog. You know it's a balmy went up and bought him. So i don't know i guess five or six bucks that's about what they typically because dollar dog i'd be like yo you're eating it and i will. I think he may have actually spotted the front for this over his money and he wants to buy those dogs that he doesn't have to eat it. I guess but i'll tell you guys. I i've eaten so many dodger dogs in my life. And they're all just about the same right and they're they're grilled. They have a little bit char that a little bit of snap. They're always salty. They're always hot and they have a little bit of the the beef flavor right of the poor whatever. That hot dog flavor is. This was none of those things. Okay let me pose something to you travis. And see if you can buy this or not. You're ready you grow up eating dodger dogs here. Vin scully. Talk about dodger dogs. In your mind you know farmer. John cetera et cetera. You're programmed you know what a dodger dog is. Is it possible that it's it's an emotional issue here and it's not really a taste issue. It's possible but this is a taste issue. I mean i i. I've talked like you're talking about. I remember the commercials. From when i was a kid. The easternmost equality western most in flavor. That's what vin. Scully would say coming in and out of just about every single break and you're right. There isn't emotional connection to having a dodger dog but this wasn't you know what this doesn't taste quite the same. There's a difference between this isn't what i was expecting. But it's kind of closed in this sucks and this hotdog suck. It wasn't close. It wasn't an emotional thing. Had i had no idea that farmer. John stop supplying them hot. Dogs said i had no idea that they had a different vendor. I would have taken a by. That said this is no. This is something something's going on here. This is not what they used to do so you. You don't think the branding of vin scully giving you the farmer. John commercial like all those. You don't think that that has anything to do with it. No i mean. I'm i'm telling you because the other things taste roughly the same. The other things are still pretty good. It was a noticeable difference. This isn't something that was. I haven't had hot dog since. I was twelve years old at a dodger game. I hit these things every season. They've always been about the same and then. This was noticeably. Different this was not an all. I remember way back when when i was having hotdogs with my granddad back in one thousand nine hundred seventy five. It's not that this is a bad dog. If it was cheaper than what you're used to spending would that make you feel better. No question put it to you this way. If it's seven bucks for this and you're saying okay we'll drop it to five fifty or five bucks. I still it's still bad. i still don't want it. I'm still gonna go with the helmet nachos or the garlic fries or something else. I'm until they go back to the old way. I'm done with that thing. Here's another home family. By the way the garlic cries me some car ride home question for you traveling on the road to food. Ville where you obviously have timeshare if you had to kick someone off of food vales property. Would it be the garlic fries or chicken sandwich. The bank with key years ago. Ooh that chicken sandwich. Good sandwich. yeah. I think the fries gotta go. L. z. i don't i i would. I'd i'd throw him a party as i was showing him the door. That'd be nice i would. I would invite them over for special occasions and block parties but no big gotta go if it means that chicken sandwich is moving into their house. All help them pack. Know that the the the garlic fries are fine but you can find a reasonable substitute for that somewhere else. That sandwich call seem was fantastic. Unbelievable unbelievable right. It's huge that think that it's enough for two people or for me. And i know because i actually tried to you know. I think you're eating them before. I got there and also hey and i saw the looking. You're is that basically said don't you even now. We're we're friends and all but we're not sharing this chicken sandwich now. Do now was a little weird little little creature as of them around here and his sweet little just call them from lord of the rings richard. I love him. I love his. Quirkiness is weirdness gao. You've got a well. So what have you learned about him from a food perspective. Because i feel like he's gotta be a finicky eater so this is. This is a great question. George here's like it was either the first or second show. We did together. And i had other than running into him in the hallways occasionally. I did really never talked to allen. Realize who'd never done a show before so it's kind of feeling out process and i asked him the question you know when you go to in and out and you order. What's in the bag. They take me through because this good way to get to know ago guy right what is what is an he described in order that i'm fairly certain has never been ordered it in and out this did it was about catch up in it was it had none of the trigger words. You didn't hear animal style. You didn't hear spread. You didn't hear double double your hearing. Words like cheeseburger or hamburger with cheese. It was a very bizarre moment. And that's when. I realized that you know what he does not live in food. Bill like l z. Said that he he's he's often some other place where they're just eating paste for sustenance that they're not really into the whole process of eating for pleasure because he's in and out order was the most wack thing i've ever heard in my life. Yeah but you know as the mayor of food that you are. I did hear what i thought was a bit strange between the two of you when he asked you. What's in your burrito. And you told them oh. No no no personal. You don't have that kind of relationship yet. I tell you but it'd have to be off the air exactly which is interesting. Because i would say that you could probably also tell a lot about somebody's burrito order and you won't share yours travis. Personal like i. It's something that i hold dear to me cap. And it's something that after a while and after we developed a level of trust and and and something that i know that i can share with you and i will tell you what's in it but we're we're just not there yet. Let me ask you this. What do you think about bergman. Not eating beans in. That's no bergman. Tried to get me on the whole chilly with beans thing like. I'm not a chilly jihadist. I'm not really going to go on whether you're chili beans or not. I don't really care as long as it's good and this whole i want to if they're just trying to rip you off from meet now. The chili has meat and beans. That's fine by me. That's a. That's a weird thing and speaking of meet. What do you think of this strange thing. That bergman says he can't eat red meat after seven pm. Why why are we going for me. All of a sudden. I'm just laying information stubby and so sensitive. Yes exactly as you greg state. Why does this just because you're trying to watch your weight or you. Just what's going on. No if. I have a steak or something like that red meat. After seven o'clock it just happens to be that arbitrary number that it works after my stomach is in and with your major telling me that if you are out right we're we're we go to a dodger game and whatever. We have a few beers. Where i'm the good time like what in and out looks pretty good right now. You're just going to not get something. No i get it which will suffer through because in and out is delicious. But but i will be having major major problems at twelve. One o'clock in the morning or your phone is back. Doesn't always hop on a plane and fly to london. You just going to wait to eat the next day. I mean i just wanna have red meat during that flight. Otherwise that bathroom is not gonna be loving life last room. How about all the passengers in the plane that got to hear that will make it either. Well travis thank you for entertaining us both in the morning and obviously right here again travis and see what each and every morning right here on your station as we go more. Live more local for you. Nine to eleven each and every morning travis. Thank you brother. Good to catch up with you. Yep thanks. i'm glad. I'm finally getting my respect. Is the person that eats the hotdogs on the station. This is john of this. He's the king of food vale is give crowning. That's what i say. Crown s a crown on the crowd is exactly t. You gotta take this. I thought they were yes. Travis is who thought he was. Yes all right coming up next we got big deal or no deal gregory big deal or no deal is brought to you by our friends at san menashe injury la speaking big deal a big deal that you call the right attorney when you're injured in an accident so call my friends at sam nash. July eight hundred three or four two thousand. That's eight hundred three hundred four two thousand because you deserve. What's right. do you got gregory. All right scott so you know those square ties that come on bread. Hold like the freshness inside. Did you know that the different colors have meanings. The square ties that come on the end of a loaf of bread. Yeah you mean those little plastic things. Yup those things what are they. They're i mean they're just the square ties. I don't know anyway. The different colors have different meanings and with a color tells you is which day the bread was actually baked on blue as monday. Greens tuesday read is thursday. White is friday and yellow. Is saturday sunday wednesdays. There's usually aren't deliveries at grocery stores. So they're they don't have those days thank you. You're welcome so is knowing this a big deal or no deal because you can then change where you get. Today's you get the bread. It's no deal because i've already forgotten which color corresponds to which day and then i'd have to be there in the store going. What's today. i never know what day it is. And then i'd say since i don't know today is what color is. Yellow color is green. What color is red. I don't know. I'm just. I'm going by field greg. Sometimes you've got to have a feel for the game. It can't be about analytics. Gotta touch bread. Squeeze it feel it like an avocado. It's ripe so. I'm going no deal with cap as much work man for brad writing stuff down getting the app so you know as you so much man. Too much is too much man. No deal for me all right. What's next alright so george. A guy on twitter reached out to damian lillard in april saying that if the blazers didn't win forty two games. I saw this. He would lose his house and whether he's in his house on it. He's yet whether he's in a manner homeless. He's still a huge fan. Dame responded by saying se les dame blazers then won their last game and forty two games. He reached out to the guy on twitter asking for receipts and the guy showed eventually. He said that he bet. Two hundred dollars. So is this a big deal or no deal. I mean one hundred dollars a lot. Some people men. That's that's the house you know what i'm saying like no no joke. You know like two hundred dollars is not the same to everybody so i don't think it's a big deal. I think it's i think it's cool. That damon him you know had that interaction. I love that damian. Lillard is super into his fans. And you know it's weird right is k. d. gets knocked for being a little too extra perhaps on on social media and look man. I'm just like do whatever it doesn't bother me. But i think dame you know is very like like he has created a little community for himself which i think is cool beyond just like being a basketball player. I think people just really like him as a person and he comes across really as a great dude in both in my experiences with him and just the way he treats people. I think on social media so i feel like this guy is a fan who was trying to get on his his guys radar. You know it's like hey damn i'm a fan. I want to get on your radar. So i'm just letting you know dog that i bet my house that you guys are gonna win forty two games and then when game comes back to was like oh man. I hope this guy doesn't lose his house and the guy goes yo here. Here is the back two hundred bucks. It's like yeoman you got me you got me paying attention but you really bet the house house so i say good. Move though if you're trying to get on somebody's radar i mean. Find something creative. And this guy did dame is like one of the realist- ballers ever play in this league. Dude he is so real and for those of you who in grew up playing ball. Like i did a year tournaments or other tournaments. And you know you play through college or if you didn't go to college he's still play out in the streets. We have your boys after high school. Whatever you know what i'm talking about. It's just that one dude who you feel good when he's on your team but you have a hard time hayden when he's not a your team that dude and he's so good people they as all know i have tremendous amount of respect for as a basketball player but damn if you don't get it right as a just a do to yeah. Yeah he's great. What's nickel our l z. You're doing some household work. Right so yeah. So household discoveries are becoming a thing on tiktok. People are finding mystery boxes and hidden rooms and random things around their house well. Abby a tiktok user was renovating her pantry and found a stairway to a secret basement and in the video she says someone definitely was there recently in living there. Is this a big deal or no deal a big deal up that someone wasn't annabel. One of the mother scary movie characters adult comes allies and chop you up in the middle of the night. Listen we are going through a renovation. In the home but i swear to you. There's a secret stairwells house will be for sale. Play that i don't play that i wanna stand people in those horror movies sitting up in a house out that he heard somebody say get out. Leave leave well. Have you seen said the geico commercial where they have like over the top like horror movies where they're like. We're going to run. Yeah let's go that way. Let's hide in the barn with all the chainsaws hanging out hanging. Yeah i have a weird thing like that in my house and it didn't cause me to move but it is. I will admit to you guys. It's kind of a weird thing and it's not like when people come over. I'm like hey you wanna see this weird thing my house but this is a true story. There is a bomb shelter as it was described to me by the the previous owner a bomb shelter. And i go what what are you talking about. And he showed it to me and it's like this little weird basement. It's like ten feet by ten feet. It kinda smells mouldy in mildew and and and there's this this like this thing like you spin this wheel and air comes flowing in and out back behind the house. There's like this thing. That looks like a periscope that apparently when you turn the wheel the air comes flowing in because there's a war going on and you know russia has dropped thermonuclear weaponry. Apparently all over us. And i i need a bomb shelter. I don't know man who built the house built. It's really weird little strange room. It's there has it has enforcement with move out but it is weird. You send up in your house with the strange room. You cool all right if that room wasn't listed when i bought the house on the little description. If that's some un unsubstantiated extra square footage. i'm leaving new young latinos. We don't play we. I don't believe in the supernatural. I got a lot of respect for that stuff. We use it as a storage room. You know that's just us. We're just hoarders you'd be careful. You might not be next doors room as part of the storage. It'd be interest greg. What's next whole remixing now. All right gap so shohei otani is now. Tani is now leading. The major leagues in home runs with thirteen. He also has a to ten. Era so at this point in the season in the middle of may. Is this a big deal or no deal. It's a monster deal because it's kind of like what you were saying earlier in the show. l. z about. How the clippers. Don't have any pressure locally but the pressure is more nationally. Nobody locally really pays attention but nationally people are and otani is right now right this second. He's the greatest baseball player on the planet that includes my trial. That includes mookie. Betts that includes name your guy around major league baseball. Nobody has all the tools that otani has. And for me even though it's well mid may at this point early spa. that's early as hillsdale. But it's a big deal. He's doing what he's doing right now. Yeah go ahead i agree. I'm just going to agree because he has been the best player in baseball and he's must watch every time. I i am finding myself more and more flipping to his at bats. At least like you know monitoring stuff on twitter when he's coming up and i will kind of flip back and forth to see when he comes up. Yeah i'm doing way more of that now for sure I think it's a really cool story. It's a really cool story. And i hope it gets towed one day because it's not being towed right now interest. Is it because you're not going to tell me. If he was doing this in new york that he wouldn't be leading sportscenter every damn day and already have a thirty for thirty because he's not playing in new york and he's not playing in chicago and he's not in boston and he's not an any. You know area or place for any team that the national media cares about. He's really doing amazing. Incredible things with very little fanfare very much like his teammate. Mr trout you gotta win otherwise it just isn't a big deal. And i know is sucks and i know it's terrible because other sports on like that in football if you have a bad team but you are as individual particularly as a quarterback are talented. You will still get shine regardless of the way. Your team finishes. Obviously the same thing is true with basketball where you get. Vote in tune all star game. And you're not even playing the fans love you like that but in baseball if you want our attention or a national level you probably got a win. Otherwise you just to be regional. That is big deal or no deal brought to you by friends at san menashe injury law. Call them at eight hundred three zero four two thousand. That's eight hundred three zero four two thousand. If you're injured in an accident. I coming up in three minutes. We got more people. Admitting to the fact that the alien situation in this country in this world we live in is more real than you think those. Ufo's that we've been talking about the last couple of months will now. We got confirmation from one of the chiefs. We'll tell you that chief was in just a moment. Stick around back in three minutes all right so we spent a lot of time here on this show talking about alliens right and you know. Ufo's and all sorts of different sightings that have happened that cetera et cetera et cetera. About baker mayfield a while back etc so. Apparently barack obama the forty fourth president of the united states was on late night or the late. Show the late late load. Excuse me the late late show with james corden and this was not as tongue in cheek as you would think so. He was asked about aliens and he said that there are things quote e can't tell about and he said when it comes to aliens. There's some things. I just can't tell you on the air. And he said. When i came into office i asked. Is there a lab somewhere where we're keeping the alien specimens and the spaceship. They did a little bit of research and the answer is no but what is true is an actually being serious. Here is there are and there's footage and records of objects in the skies that we don't know exactly what they are prisoner. Bob added that the investigations are being conducted into these sidings. But there's nothing to report at the moment. So look i know it was just an appearance on the late show but he was telling you. Okay all jokes aside. This is the real okay. So l z. What do you think about the aliens. How should we be worried. I'm already a strange time right like we throw an aliens into the mix now like i don't know how people are going to feel about this so let me get this straight yeah. Mankind was around for ten thousand years before we get fire and then we went like another ten thousand years or something like that before. We advanced getting electricity. Or whatever and then like all of a sudden we have computer chips the size of our fingernails that can like months nuclear weapons. What am i trying to suggest. I'm suggesting they're already here. Oh you like a marvel movie year living amongst us mending amongst his cap. You know why. I feel that way. Tell me you know. I feel that way dino laura greg listeners because i look around and it's just don't make sense don't make sense just doesn't make sense without some assistant without some assistance like the technological advances. That have happened very quickly. Compared to other advances that we've made it just feels like someone came down and gave us like the answers to the test or something helped us out got tired of waiting for us to get things done. So you know what we're going to be here for another millennial but time you guys figured this out here. Take this have an iphone here. You go iphone about that alexander. Graham bell all the way up to like eighty. This was just what he was right. And then all of a sudden we can open garage doors with all right our phones or our video cameras. How'd that happen. How did that happen right. Was it a breakthrough or someone come in. Help us out. So let's just talk about this alien report this week. Did anybody watch sixty minutes on sunday night. I did not no not okay now. Nor did i. However i was hearing a lot about this sixty minutes report so last night. I went on to youtube tv. I'm telling you this. Because i want you to think i'm technologically cool and the fact that i'm able to get onto youtube. Tv made me feel this way. Excellent so i go onto youtube tv. And i look up sixty minutes and i fast forward through the first segment of sixty minutes which was about like Machine learning of human faces. Okay fine anderson cooper. I'll come back to you by the way the next segment the last segment elza. You would love because it's all about tennis and the biggest star of tennis and where he is in spain. And i know you really love but the middle segment was all about these aliens. And here's what i learned naval aviators flying f. Eighteens one hundred miles off the south coast of san diego so one hundred miles south and to the west with the u. s. s. nimitz aircraft carrier unit these naval aviators citing objects. They were unable to identify. These objects were in their their sites in their radar and all of a sudden boom. They're gone where did they go. These naval aviators say in formation is no longer classified and they want to share this with people and they even had the audio recordings of the pilots. Who and i'm putting this in. Air quotes broke character in other words. They weren't talking like naval aviators. They were like this dude. Holy crap did you see. They broke character. If you haven't seen the sixty minutes piece from this past sunday and you're interested in this alien story that's where the video lies. Check it out. Wow sodano. I mean. Listen i told you i respect the supernatural. Respect aliens okay. I'm i'm look. I think the ocean is scary as hell. There are things in the ocean. We we don't even know what the hell's going on. Look i. i think that all this stuff is legit like all of it. Like i am terrified of all of it in a lotta ways. You're terrified of it. Yeah that's not. that's not a bad situation to be. It's not a best you know. It's weird right because obviously were violent. Nation right everything about us points in that direction. Culturally violences are entertainment. Whether's and movies or sports like football. The number one sport we like music violent whether it's speed metal or country or hip hop. We're always talking about somebody getting shot in all those genres right. We're violent country but with that being said we still have hope that the aliens are year to help us correct. We you know we. We don't want them to be like us. We don't want that kind of smoke. We don't want that kind of smoke because if you made it here that prime means you're ahead of the game. I suggest that instead of being fear for george we think about the universe more as a flower that just needs to be discovered. And that you don't think about how violent we are but instead think about how beautiful love is because the truth of the matter is if they're coming to take over we ain't gonna stop them right so you might as well get your spirits thinking into the positive and not into the negative. Did you remember. V by the way that nine hundred. Yeah remember diana exactly. They're like hey we're here to cure cancer. We're like eat a few of you on the way right and then it became lizards. When they'd rip off. their face. Happens to me like you. Rip off my face. I turn into a lizard. Did you see the cap. I don't think so but it was in the eighties eighties when you said it. I thought sweet spot. I can't believe it. I had a shohei otani of the eighties now man. I feel like. I was busy watching fast times or something. No well anyway. What if the aliens though came down here and they were like. Hey we're here to take over and we as people were like no way man. This is our planet dude. We're all coming together. We ain't doing that. Man ain't doing that. No corona virus has taught me a lot about us. Yeah and one of his taught me is that we ain't. It'll all come together to fight the aliens some will but it's gonna be a lot of making backdoor alien deals. No doubt ton back door feels like going. Get you any petroleum right now but Take know it. You know the back the back door. No it yeah. Yeah for sure who on this station is most likely a dirty with the aliens without steve mason. Everybody right. there's no question that he's making a back door deal with an alien. He's throwing us all under the bus he. I'm saving myself. You can have all these people. Yeah what do you think. Ireland does their greg dizzy. Try to just do be diplomatic with the aliens while mason. Just trying to negotiate with them. Yes absolutely he's at the back door deal island ireland's trying to be a true diplomat. He's just trying to talk to them and have a conversation with tom. Talking about kobe is shot. I don't you think now if they want to really is a racist. No i'm just saying first of all you look at star trek and star wars ride possible but more importantly i think they will sense that i would just be bsn. When i say we all can get along. And i'll be plotting right. They probably take me out. Gimme alleyway or what you should do. Really i think if you look at the entire seven ten crew and you have everybody standing side by side and you see elle's e you assume he's the biggest strongest toughest so let's get rid of that guy go you gotta go you know i. This is kia marcelo's left. I have been the biggest have you have you have that title. I don't know if i wanted. Because i know that. Hand me down title. it's not a real one. they just left. I think it's wo- wouldn't danes. He's my losses you working out and we see it on instagram now. But i never used to call the biggest and strongest until my son is in key left. Never got off the best shape even when they were around. I do remember being called in the best shape. But these new agitators are byproduct departures. I did not earn this at all. I m b k b of the big strong espn la people. I just showed up is hard out here. Being a pimp. it is well. i can't believe tomorrow is. The plane's johnita can't believe that these guys like in the in the final analysis like we're gonna go to tomorrow and they're going to be in the plan where we thought. Oh they might be in the play like this could all shake out. But i don't know that we ever really thought they going gonna be in the plan man in the plan tomorrow against golden state as dangerous. What are you guys wearing. I don't feel like. I need to be wearing a lakers jersey. I don't think it's that kind of a game not the playoffs but it's something the plan. Just a t shirt kind of game normal normal day at t shirt. What are you wearing. Laura hat t shirt because they zuber driver wearing ubers. We gotta talk about this tomorrow. Uber's expensive hell right now okay. Control inflation gas prices. When you talk about guber at there'll be plenty of people. I'm sure we could do that. Are actually listening to the show. That are driving uber. And tell us because there's less zuber drivers gaz more expensive and inflation and look. I'm still tipping twenty percent dog at twenty five percent. But i'm saying name to did house. He told me how to go. And look you can reveal it tomorrow. There you go. It's a twenty four hour dis. You miss you missed the guy Last week george. They picked up to naked ladies and gave them both shirts and then claimed he went back to drop them off and went in. And you know them off. I i gotta drop everyone off elliott cap. Excellent work is always lauren. Greg great job. We will talk to y'all tomorrow at three fifty five c.

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Ep.21  SNL Sketches  Cody Gidley

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Ep.21 SNL Sketches Cody Gidley

"I'm here with cody. Cody what is your last name. that's up brandy. My last name is good. My name's cody. Gidley cody gidley man. listeners mia cody. Haven't seen each other for six or seven years. It's been a long down randy. I hung now a while ago and But then i think you went through some stuff. The kind of moved away a little bit. You move down south or something. I went up. I went down to san diego. And then i went back. I went up to seattle and then in between all of that. I've kind of just been traveling internationally in job. Picking up jobs here and there and just Yeah living the life and then the last couple of years. I've been doing improv and comedy and here do good. I'm glad you've got into improv. Meets you know you were. I was i remember. You know we kind of talked about it back then and you were excited excited and you wanted to get into. It's very very glad you tried. Yeah cody i'm following in your footsteps. So good there's a lot to live up to. I've seen your videos. Your videos are hilarious. Yeah they're good man. I'm telling you thank you. Thank you all right. So this this week's topic cody. I don't know. I don't know if he can pick a better topic than this. I mean i was actually really happy when you came up with this topic in just because it's something that's close to my heart. It's something that i've known for a very long time and it was pretty easy for me to get my top thought. Yeah me too for sure and There are so many but a lot of the a lot of minor classics and a few recent ones you know. Oh good good good. Good but yeah. I thought this. I thought hey this is great for both of us you know. We both do improv. We were both like in the sketch kind of world. So this is totally for us here. So it's up our alley the easy research for. Yeah it's crazy. Because the last time i saw you know we didn't have all these improv friends that we have a ton of improv friends. I'm sure we have mutual friends now. Yeah yeah yeah sure. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah right sandra yes. Yes yes so. We'll we'll start it. Here is a door five anything to add before we start. This cody. just alive is one of those things that i think. I've been watching since. I remember watching tv kind of thing you know. It's just one of those things. I still watch constantly and currently I got really lucky. Because when i went off to college Kulu started up in. So i ever had to miss an episode. Because who was there so i really have kind of kept with it since i was a kid and i've been watching the whole time. The senate live map in the kulu up have been phenomenal because i'm not tied to the tv set anymore. You know. I really used to stay in every saturday or clouds at a party. I would go in a back room and turn it on. Watch it and on. I'm just happy now. That can kind of be a little more normal in. I love every once in a while. you know. I miss it on segments saturday night. I throw on that hulu on sunday in. It's the best. it's the best afternoon for me. We love hulu here. What cody i have. Who right now in the background. It's paused i'm a big hulu fan. I'm a because. I up with traditional television. So hulu is more my style. They have all my late night. Shows are saturday night live. They have the cartoons and stuff like that. I really like the next day the next day. He can watch everything you missed. You don't have to record it or anything like we used to have to do on vhs but then what was after vhs direct the dvr dvr. We don't have to do all that we just hit play Super easy and anybody out there if you want to go back and watch the sketches. We're talking about try hulu. Can i throw my one honorable. Mention right now. please please. So my mom. My honorable mention is the motivational speaker. Sketch with chris farley. Nice because bob odun kirk wrote pat sketch at second city. They did that sketch in front of nobody audiences in chicago before. That ever was on the saturday. night show. And that's the power of improv. How really good improv can be in bob own kirkwood talk about you know people would go into these second city shows late at night. Naps thinking anything of it. In walkout sinking. Chris farley was a comedy god and that was back in just the second city chicago days. So it i can't you know just to see that. Sketch went from literally being performed in front of twenty or thirty people at a time to a recurring sketch on national tv show with millions of viewers. That's dumb that's why i give that. One a motivator. I give that honorable mentioned. Just because are you serious. Yes in because everybody gives you know. Everybody's always got farley always have motivational speaker. So i'm trying to do some of the ones that might not have night. I was just going to say if that's an honorable mention man that's You've got a great list. You know what i mean. If if that's make it yeah for sure. Yeah i i think. I remember seeing something like that in a documentary about chris farley. I'm you know there's so many anelle l. docs. Oh i think there was chris. Farley documentary or something back then. I think there actually was just did. I think they just had. This is not even related. But i just saw nobody. You know the one bob odenkirk. His in it was pretty good right. It's a great action will be surprised comedy in their great. Yeah when that comedy happened. I was like wow. This is so subtle but he did. He did a good job just being a great action hero. You know just being action got exactly. And they're five i have the lonely island's jr is in my pants from two thousand nine hundred. It's season thirty four yet. And i want which is in my pants over lazy sunday because the comic shock of jews in my pants like lazy sunday is just a really great song. A great video is in. My pants is fricking whole laris in. You're just not expecting it and it's so funny in the music is great in keevil your arm and andy doing their thing and there isn't in their pants and it's i. I love lonely island. And that's why they they kick off. My list is so catchy too. I remember everyone at school. All you know. I i was in high school or middle school at the time and i was like talking about this song. I think that was kind of a big thing. A big eye opener for me because as a fan as a lifelong fan. Kind of you know. Sometimes you notice things and sometimes you don't in lonely island hit. I noticed and so did everybody else and that was kind of cool. Just that other people were laughing at the same thing i was other people were finally talking about the same thing i was. Yes so that was. That was really cool. What's favorite scene of that. In my pants. Everett seen you know. I don't know why i like I like your mama. Yomas the This this is. Kim uber now. Okay gotcha. I don't know why i like him. And it's so much i think he's talking to is jamie lynn sigler. I think your name is from sopranos and I don't know why. I just really dig it. Just really funny. Those you know within the the Timberlake cameo justin timberlake. Cameo was pretty good just because you're not quite expecting in. He's boom. He's right there goofball. Yeah he's like the outer no he's the trophy Kid for for of snl on it. But he's always killing it on the show. He's just so talented. Yeah anybody that can be the musical guest and the host is really really wanted person in not just that but justin timberlake always has good sketch his come out of his show. He always has a hit sketch on one of his episodes. So he's he's doing something right. He must have good instincts or something something. That's not comedy. He or he made some sort of deal with the devil back in the day. You know something like that. Because they've always loved him even from the instinct yes he was the most popular one. Yeah i think right out the gate basically. Yeah doesn't be beyond say though. That's that's for sure something. Nobody thank you. Cody thinking that came up on a recent episode so actually probably last week's episode. These are coming out boom these. These are coming fast. How could yeah good That's your number five my number. Yeah my number five. Is debbie downer. And this is this old very classic. One jimmy fallon's in it in debbie downer off reaction to lift her up before rachel rachel drench okay and so. She does such a great job even when she breaks. It's probably the funniest when she breaks. Because everyone's everyone's just like laughing around here you know. How can you not. But i think the one. I remember the most is. When they're at a chucky cheese or disneyland and then they have like the disney characters. Come in man. I don't know how they got that without lawsuit but but all these disney characters were there you know goofy and she would just say one of her off. Putting one liners that just like brings down the mood. And that was the whole thing of debbie downer someone talking about their exciting day and she would bring you down with her her life pills in comparison to the effective feline aids. I remember that That's a good one. That's a good one is so good and it just hits you. Every time i love seeing dra- ch- break during that because it is so funny and if you're tracking yourself up it's gotta be. I can only imagine what it would be like to look across and see your cast members just doubled over laughing at this goofiness of this absurd humor. Just breaking and see the sweat. She's forced she's really try not to and it just comes out. You know what i mean. You can't stop yourself When when that much comedy is in the room. Oh yeah it was. That was a real force. I remember those. I definitely remember. The w downs. Yeah good stuff. And they're four Now my number four should actually be my number one Because it really is that funny to me. It makes me laugh that much. I cannot stop laughing. Every time. I see schiller visions hidden camera commercials from season. Nineteen nineteen ninety one with chris farley. Okay and he's light guy. It's about hidden commercials in. It's about the other side of hidden commercials. And it shows chris farley and he's drinking cup of coffee in the announcer goes surged. You know you're actually drinking. Folger's decaffeinated crystals and chris farley drinking what what will i do me any just. Goes crazy any rips the restaurant apart. It is the funniest thing i've ever seen. It makes me laugh. Every time uncontrollably nonstop. That probably should be my number one. Let me tell you something though man. I know what you're talking about. But then when you described the when you describe them spitting out the coffee. I came back to me. It all came back on me. I was what's ask you this. This was a gay deleted scene or something. They just to chris farley and then they like they try to beat him up because he's just going crazy i think he chokes the waiter or something like that and then at the end. He's like in bandages in in like a arms race or something. Yeah and they asked him a question and it just gives us one word response in it is. It just kills me every time. It's so funny. You have to pause this right now. Listeners go out and look up. Schiller visions hidden camera commercial with chris farley. You are going to laugh. I hope you guys are doing that. I hope you are pausing watching these clips as we're going along you know they're going to be five minutes long at the most and like this show in hidden count is one of the funniest things i think i've ever seen. It's so simple in areas. My number four is grouch. I don't know if you've seen the more recent one out. It's a parody of the joker trout right. I think david harbour was the host. Yes and wow. He did such a great job in that. And i mean everyone on the casted in the city workers got it exactly like the joker oria vibe so they actually also senate live. Put out a great man. He of video for that sketch which shows them going through shooting and editing in zero literally editing. It all the way until it aired. Wow it's amazing amazing. How much work really they put into that show every week you will you. You would be surprised. I'm glad they got it because it was perfect by the time it air is so it was like an actual movie the the trailer it was good really really good and i love that the grouch. That's one of things. Like from. Dave chapelle has a grouch. Bit in so i. I love the grouch. Bit nice nice yeah. I don't have a whole lot to say about that. One guys will just have to check it out. It's more of a Watch it watch it in between the podcast kind of kind of clips so Yeah and also. I didn't watch it in a while. So you know coming clean guys. What are the things about this podcast. I'm coming clean. i'm not perfect. So sky yeah. Hey thank you cody. I actually did. I did go back and try to watch some of them just to make sure i had all the names. Right and stuff like that of sketches. I really appreciate that. I feel like i should be doing the same thing with with my my my podcast just to keep it a little bit more elevated than than most. You know what i mean. Well i like that. I like that. You're testing my knowledge. Because now i. I got to see if i know what you're talking about. You know i'm not i'm not trying to put you on the spot. It's i like it. Because i feel like i probably do have a lot of certain live knowledge but at the same time. It's all useless knowledge there but it's not something has to trigger it for it to come out and their three. My number three is sweaty. Balls with gas molly shannon. It's their npr delicious dish from season. Twenty four in nineteen ninety eight were baldwin is guest host and Those npr delicious dish. Girls molly and anna on I just loved that i loved. Npr delicious dish. That was one of the things. I always looked forward to. That was good times. Good times. I probably still say good times to people and stuff like that. Every little moment from delicious dish just stood out to me. I was magnetized too delicious dish. You i wanted to say codeine. You're about the same age right. Yeah i think so thirty two or you know you don't have to you. Don't have to it thirties when it came out in like even after it came out i didn't get it. I didn't get the joke until i would. I want to say after college. I got the jokes shruti balls. That is a larry. Isn't that funny as really funny. We my cousins. And i were very dirty kids and so we knew all that stuff so we loved it. We just we would say whitey balls all the time i mean that would that was saying because sweaty balls is such an innocent way to say something kind of naughty And that's what i loved for. Certain live was just giving kids kind of away to be naughty with without really doing any harm to anyone out. I was i remember. I must've given so much comedy people. Because i kept saying. They're they're pronouncing swedish meatballs. Wrong guys like what's wrong with these meatballs. They're good they're good balls. Do chowing down on some good balls. I get it. Yeah got us in salty snack. No one would explain it to me. I think my mom was happy that she didn't have to explain it to me. So basically i guess. Maybe i'll jump in here right at number three so basically. When i was a kid. I grew up. Just watching certain live. My mom would stay up on saturday nights. I would have a can of coca cola at eleven when the news came on. And then i would stay up and watch the entire episode while my mom and brother would fall asleep in. That's just by family members growing up my mom and my brother and i sit on the couch watching saturday i live. That's good stuff. I used to do the same thing. Watch it And also get it on. Vhs you know what i mean back back then and then Dvr yeah good stuff. I always i don't think i've missed any episodes. I feel like i've watched them all. I actually think i to. Yeah i really think. I have to There is maybe. I would say less than a handful that i probably actually missed during my time in then. Now i'm sure you had you watched it was. I think maybe it was comedy central or the network showed all the reruns. And so i would. I watched all the reruns all the time on comedy central nice. I was constantly watching the reruns number three dog which number three number three is Chippendales chris farley. You got the guy from ghost. What's his name cody. I'm testing u. Cody what's his name now. It's okay i'll think of it. One second patchy patrika. It's the guy. From roadhouse. I can't believe i can't believe i know i know i've seen this guy from the dance. The dance video. Big i logic swayze on swayze. Yes because i love red dawn. I love red. Dawn he's Jet and red dawn. I don't get roasted much but the fans will roshni for now. You're gonna see the comments so for that one now so funny. I mean this is actually one. I've seen chris farley talk about or in the documentary he said like wasn't He wasn't gonna take assured off. I don't know what they said. They said something that chris and he was like. Oh if it's four if it's made bringing happiness to all these people why not. You know what i mean. If it's just me less strip club i won't do it. But if he's if he's doing this on tv he's gonna do it. The best you know what i mean. He did do it. the best way he went for it man on that On that clip. And that's something you know. I would say for our generation. That's a very high conic. Snl sketch everybody knows that sketch. Everybody's heard that music. You know everybody knows. Patrick swayze's in it and And i'm yeah. I can't imagine of chris. Farley didn't do that you know it was just so big such big laugh. Just his goof. Just being goop and really i think that's him. He's just goofy guy that now everybody. I think the saddest part is chris farley. Probably thought he was cool. Everybody else knew he was Yeah you know. And i think that was kind of his only downside was i. Don't think he really knew how much everybody really did. Love and appreciate his. Yeah i think. That's that's really common to i think in a lot of i won't say even celebrities now in a for the future to. I'm sure there's a lot of insecurity you know. What's what's what's that called that Imposter syndrome where. It's not even it's not. It's not just celebrities. It's all anyone who's has any success. I think so. Yeah it's a it's a real thing for sure. You know. Patrick swayze just gentlemen in the clip His characters gentleman. He looks up to in you. Chris should be the one to get it. I like how they deliberate the. There's there's a panel of judges and they deliberate and they're like who who is it. Who's it gonna be a way and they're too so i don't know if you're gonna remember this one. This is a steve. Martin monologues from seasons three in nineteen seventy eight where he brings bill murray onto the stage. He does a bunch of his gags. And he you. He does some of his stand up and then he brings on bill. Murray any does this physical where Bill murray's playing john elders. He says his name is or something. He gives us goofy name. But it's obviously bill murray pulls him out of the audience and he starts like messing with them in you know they're dressed up and he's got both got sport coats on or whatever in basically the idea is he goes. Uh so y going you going out. Do you need your wallet. And he pulls out a wallet. And he's like Oh so where do you keep your another law. Maybe and he's like. Oh how do you know if it's getting too late. Watch maybe how about another watch. Maybe it is so funny. You have to go and look at okay. It really is one of my favorite things. I've ever seen from the show. And it's just steve. Martin messing around with bill murray and it really is just a great bit in a bunch of really great physical stuff and it really showcases. Kind of how. Good steve martin and bill murray are just being present and being comical with each other Yeah i have. I've got to say. I have not seen that and i will. Maybe we can be meta. And i can pause the podcast so i can watch it and then come back and then everyone else will pause the podcast later to. It's a really is one of my favorite moments from the saturday night. Going to make a note to check that one out. So steve martin. Do you remember what year was in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight from seasons three and i think is just called billion. Steve monologue okay. That should be more than enough to find. Yeah yeah and then he does his stand up at the beginning of it and then bill murray comes on at the yet i love and it's one of my favorite moments man. Love bill murray Groundhog day and my right. Is that your favorite movie. no Yeah you love. I would say my favorite will or will fare of my favorite bill. Murray is probably ghostbusters. I think just to me the most classic. That's yeah yeah. I ll on is something. That's been ingrained in my skull since been a little boy. I i'm wondering i'm looking into your eyes right now. I'm wondering if this is your number one the cowbell the cowbell one. No it is not my number. One is specifically left it off the list. It's not even in my honorable mention. It's just that one motivational speaker. Cowbell people just talk about too much. Like i'm a second person. I know a lot of other. Great sketches the the the chappel fans or whatever. That don't wanna wait too deep. Those are perfect sketches for them. So i left those two off. Yeah cowbell what is it. we'll barrels in this and he's farrell. He's got the bill in his hands. Jimmy fallon horatio. chris parnell envenom. what's his name is the host man. I can't believe. I can't do a bad impression of him. Christopher walk in christopher walken exactly how christopher walken i think everyone on there is very funny you know everyone funny on that one I do yeah. I do think there are funnier. Sketches than that. But i feel like this is my number two because it just stands out so much and when i was thinking about it without looking up any other. Snl sketches this came up No i actually. I left to will ferrell off my top five will throw is in my honorable mentions But i left him out of my top five. Just because he's one of the biggest center alive has ever seen. Everybody knows will ferrell sketches. I tried. I was just trying to bring other things to the table. And thank you for doing that because we just had to cowbells on here you know we would have been if you're wondering why mr friel on my thing that's what to do. I have one more honorable. Mention i can do. I can do. My will farewell on. Oh go mentioned right now if you want. Let's do since we're in the. Yeah we're in the world. Yeah my honorable mention for welfare. La's dog show slash the law sketch. The lover sketchy. Doug with rachel draft in a dog show and dog show for me was just one of those weird goofy sketches that just clicked for me it was just kind of ood serve. It was goofy. It was will ferrell being will ferrell and it just has always stuck with me and then the lovers is just one of the goofiest ones. If you want to sketch where you see people break watch the love or sketch with will ferrell. Rachel draft okay. because they they are constantly breaking. And it's it's so good. It's so good. I gotta say this doesn't trigger any memories for me. I might not have seen this one number. My number one sketch is eddie. Murphy's white light me from season ten nineteen eighty four. Okay so basically eddie murphy does white face and it is hilarious. Eddie murphy is like he's like you know i'm hates me. Eddie murphy live than a little curious about what goes on in a white person's life and they make him up like a white person and he goes to buy a newspaper and he doesn't have to pay for it and he gets on a bus and a black person gets off the bus they start partying and dancing and stuff like that only so goofy. It's so ridiculous. But that's one of the things i remember from when i was a kid in my aunts and uncles talking about and just how funny it was and that literally. That sketch came out. Maybe a year. Less before i was born and I think that was one of the first sketches. That really got me into saturday night. Live just the funniness. Goofiest of eddie murphy. Pretending to be white person was just so funny and my understanding. Is you know just aunts. Love that one. Love that one i remember. I think i kind of remember this. But i didn't do. I probably remember it. I bet if you if you look up Eddie murphy light like me. You'll remember had some. But that's why i have that. I my number one awesome. Dude this is. This is so cool. And you're listening to in utero. I bet this this came out before you were born. You said yeah This was an eighty four. And i was born until eighty-five chance i was in the belly. agent came. You probably have heard this. And you're like wow this is good stuff you know no man okay so let's see here My number one. I'm glad i'm glad you didn't. We didn't pick the same number one Make any similar picked any of the same sketches. And i think that's the power of snl there's so many good ones also so many many bad ones many many ones. But that's kind of yellow. The numbers game My number one is american. Ninja warrior with bobby moynihan. Hey oh you haven't seen this. I'm sure you've seen this. I've probably seen it. But i don't remember this offhand. It starts off with the typical american ninja warrior. You've got the hosts talking about The guests before they come out and do the obstacle course and then they. They show a montage of bobby training in his hometown. Because a tornado hit a tornado took out his hometown and some of his hometown. Peeps were there to watch him and then you know he half of the scene half or like a good chunk of it is him them setting up training and then when he comes out he says hi to drake and then he goes for it dude. He goes for the obstacle course. I almost don't want to see what happens here. But yeah you gonna go look it up. Yeah do you wanna watch now. And they will continue. Or what do you think well. Let's just talk about it. It'd be a good surprised especially for the fans at home. They can go and be surprised by it and not have it ruined then okay. But it's my number one in. I was about to give it a little tease but yeah check it out. It's very funny. You remember anybody else. Because i do. Like bobby bobby. Moynihan was a great cast member heated great characters and stuff like that and He was just always. I think to me he was a dependable cast member. Yeah the other host Was that white dude man. I can't even remember the guy who was like a big baby. Remember the some of those baby sketches not on. But you know who. I'm talking to the guy Back again yes. It's a baby. Likes with yes i think. Yeah i think that's him in drake. We're hosting the ninja warrior hosts. Well guys that was not the podcast. Do you have any final thoughts Code i have. I have one more honorable mention. The i just recently. They had britney spears episode. They replayed the britney spears episode and they played the woodrow and britney sketch. Okay with tracy morgan. Okay where he plays. A homeless person gets britney spears the calmed down in the sewer and he sings about like a doodoo pie and up. It is just any. He hates the mailbox because the mailboxes stealing secrets abroad them. And it's just so funny. Yeah tracy. Morgan is so when tracy morgan sketches hit. They're just so earnest and honest. And i love when tracy morgan because it just cracks me right up. It just makes me laugh right away. In the woodrow stuff is it just makes me laugh right away. He's so funny. I mean tracy morgan. Probably my favorite What was that one with. There was a netflix show. Thirty rock or for thirty rock thirty rock. Yes yes that was. That was good. I liked him on. There is really fun. great actor. I'm great stuff. I have won honorable mention. That is celebrity jeopardy that saw those. Those jokes are so clever and so good and some of them are so I don't wanna say basic there. So i don't know simple. You know like this pronouncing something and Yeah we'll pharaoh please does a good job playing it straight. It's so good when they do. Y you know sean. Connery and Norm i can't believe i don't have any nor mcdonald's sketches but But celebrity jeopardy is one of those things again where that's almost two popular. Don't even think of celebrity jeopardy anymore because it's so popular. It's just one of those things that got so big as a regular fan you know. I almost don't think of it anymore. Because it's so mainstream at this point. Yeah well kodia we. We kind of went through them. All i think we got a solid list. Man to solid lists man. I think we've got great. Let's yeah i was trying to. These are all favorite sketches and it was trying to basically give a list that maybe regular fans have that. Don't quite know. All of these sketches specially like that schiller vision in camera commercial. Oh my god. That's just one funniest. I think you're going to bring it back man. It's going to get a resurfacing. You never know. You never know all right. Do this was cool man. Yeah before you go. Do you have any things to plug before. Oh yeah yeah you know I've been working with the comedy store. Doing some of their on podcast and stuff like that nice and also been working on some independent movies. Those last one. I did is called private eye and it was directed by my buddy jack cook. He's a he's a fantastic up and coming director. He's got a lot of craftsmanship in his heart. And that's why we got along so well and Actually ended up doing props and set design which was really really cool. But it's called private. I it starring. Matt reis clare grant. And it's got eric roberts in it in. It is a cool new are independent detective story. It's really cool very happy about it. I got up. Another independent movie was supposed to start this month but it got put so i don't know what's going to happen with that but Yeah private eye comedy store. Yeah cool i got. That's all i got going on. That's a lot going on which is pretty awesome last week we had. I did a beyond safe thing for tiktok. Gme's i don't know. Tips are songs that you want to add to the next one shoebox hero dino jukebox foreigner. Let me type that in us. The first thing that came to mind you know also they just had godzilla vs king kong blue oyster call has godzilla song that i love really. Yeah yes. I'll try to find something funny in to dedicate to the episode. I'll try to think of something fun to do Sketch or something. We'll see Yeah i think that'd be that'd be cool. Well this is the end of the podcast farewell. My friend we'll see we'll see soon. Yeah good good. Good good sounds good. Well ex brother loved top five baby now five piece.

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The Strange and Famous: Celebrity Rumours and Mysteries!

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The Strange and Famous: Celebrity Rumours and Mysteries!

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It's like man my fucking is. You're going nuts. i heard it's i never even. I never been a big computer guy. I could play video games for fourteen hours. That's fine but for sensitive computer actually hurts. I stare the computer a lot though editing and doing the graphics which i enjoy what i'm stone just hanging out i can take my time but staring and talking and having to go through the motions and because of our energy like we're going to keep the same high energy even over streaming By the fact that when we're together it's more that vibe we're getting during actually course it's like having a conversation over the phone is summary phones pretty much like this is the point. This is the point. This is the point. So i got some rye whisky can hear the ice shaken rattler. My my old landlord gave us some rallying. Shake it no the rattler. No i don't wanna fuck up and that's not a wrestling you like these. They're tasty it's a tart. Cherry raza radler as two point five percent. I was like wow. I've never drank beer. Drinking a beer. Drinking a beer that low in percentage ranking or drunken just drank drank drank dank. I've never drank a beer. So i'm back on facebook. Nobody probably noticed. But for twenty four hours. I was ever post posted. Fucking hiller shitter memes. It's fucking funny. It was like i ate off. How do you like your. We'd like dank. And because dan thank you or whatever. It's like dank those so all you can't be posted talking about celebrities like hitler we're gonna be getting in this realism celebrities gang because we kind of done this where we recover some celebrity conspiracies. Well let's get back into celebrity mysteries and rumors about celebrities. I got there said that i got whiskey. I got my whiskey. Beer off cares. Nobody they do. There's some there's someone out there tarim the interests of whether drink and everytime feel really bad. I'm gonna guess sixty percents every time. Tom's got whiskey with. Ob that tar and that he's got that full glass of arca there. I'm waiting for that for him to say that i don't i don't think they're living their lives like batman. I just i just don't think that's what happens. There's always some guy out there with too much time on his hands asking too many questions. Yes what if. What if elvis is still alive. What if the aluminum is really in charge of the entire music industry. We've all been duped into buying music from specific artists for obscure and evil reasons. Whether you're believer or we're talking about or they believe or not we're talking about the music industry and some of the weird theories surrounding the famous fuckers. You guys all of that. We're talking about a bunch of people want to get into it though the famous. I thought you meant like there's a specific. You're already getting specific. And i'm like i think i missed your story. A little tuned out for a minute. We're gonna have a little sippy stable. These are we going to get like i want. I hope they're openness to level of like bam marghera. That's the kind of celebrity. I wanna get into dan. Margiela level celebrity. You want to obama era. But he's not even he's famous reasons like incredibly exactly. I like that that level. Because people that i know. I'm sure we'll do this again. Talking about celebrities later on also but there is like obviously people that are be celebrities that give themselves a lot more fucked up messes. I would think that are the topless always being watched. Right like dolly parton. She's a fucking aid fucking celebrity for sure man. I want to see those zuma's like when in the nineties in like she's never showed them off their big she own them off. I've never seen naked seoul naked. Everyone of her outfits seventy five percent. Oh now you'd actually no. I think i i said saw her a year ago she was. She's singing about vaccinations year ago. She was hosting country music awards. Do you sounded like that. Abbas new brunswick. My dad was watching to comment on. Like is that fucking dolly. Parton still looks fucking good. Nash looks pretty good. I'll hopefully the fucking vaccination kills by his i. I hope that thirty percent people that get vaccinations die. Just just joking is why people to clue into how bad the shit is the cover of the cover art for black sabbath self titled debut album released in nineteen seventy was meant to scare fans. It was released on friday the thirteenth of february to increase the creepy factor. The cover photo depicted a water mill built during the fourteen. Hundreds an eerie female figure dressed in black standing before it and it was known supposedly. You're the one was an actress. Hired specifically to pose for the cover. This in fact did nothing to quarrel the multiple rumors that sprouted soon. After the album was released they always do this. Like you know. There's if you look if you look cages cd. No one's going to even know cage so it doesn't matter you. Can you can trip on acid one of his that the back cover of my cd and see how high you get. Somebody did that. They got a call like i. Guess maybe there's like ten of them code vintage random through remote so fuck in kiss kiss. Put their blood into a comic book. Oh yeah just like one put together and put it inside. This massive ink guy used to do the comic southern. That's kind of cool so crew creepy story stating that. This woman was actually a witch which which you pooh-pooh and then the other. The other is at the photo depicted. her during an actual black sabbath. So it's an actual witch and she's performing an actual black sabbath. So that's one theory. A satirical claim was thrown out there. That it wasn't women at all and it was rather rather ozzy osbourne and drag which i find. Funny i wanna see you think. Watch really not really know. His drags got to be like me. Maybe he adds inches already. Heels air base wears makeup words dresses. Nobody's fumbles around like fuck. You like scoots. Is you know what i mean. Scoot son's feet isn't really. He has already pick up his feet feet. Don't leave the crown yet. Another theory claim that it was no women. To begin with. There was no woman there on the cover at all but rather figure appeared when the photo was developed. That's creepy. you wanna go. You wanna you wanna everybody who's probably high you know like on fucking just drugs again. Album covers as rockstars. Those guys are always doing something. I want to talk about this eventually and wanna dane. My cousin that was on the very second episode. Ever to come back on because he's in toronto. It's a lot of bullshit. Do like try to get him on. And and everything in heat. I don't think he has a proper computer. Mike or whatever. Just like yeah. You don't have a proper computer. Yeah that's am. I here right now are here But like he read a book and all about how black sabbath his all black sabbath but how they they got drugs the cia and the would actually like bring them fucking like high-grade drugs. I remember the entire story. I wanna get into it because not enough about it so well we can always talk about it and maybe try to bring him in through something or i'd love. I came here with book. It's called but i you know it came super late timing speaking books. What my dad fucking sent me like four more almaz yearbooks and a guest house like oh that was good. I read one because we that was a great episode. Though he's still got the information down. Now i think according to that book apparently bunch of books of my and he's like yeah like i killed like thirty thousand people in the matter of. Why haven't hitler reincarnated sid vicious. Wanna get back in a city boy. We've talked about this one episode. No a lot. A lot of side episodes a lotta side ranch. Yeah civic member punk rock band the sex pistols. Unfortunately he is known also for being a suspect in the murder of his girlfriend. Obviously nancy spungen kids extreme and go back and that was an early episode. That was a long time. It felt like a long time ago. Go check that out. We talked about nancy nasa vicious. I mean nancy vicious not sid. Nancy sit in ansi which is a great movie. I've seen it multiple times but the bitch that place. Nancy and that movie is the most annoying person. I'm fucking so obviously. He's known for his extreme drug use and eventually overdose on heroin. It is said that after his girlfriend's death vicious his mother traveled from new york to england to scatter his ashes over his girlfriend's grave however she had a stash of heroin hidden in the earn because his mother was also a heroin addict and would give sid drugs to do. That's fun. I know so when good mom. It's fucking terrible. Yeah it's a good mom would realize. There was a lot more security at heathrow than she anticipated. So obviously the graveyard. She began to penny and promptly dumped the entire contents of the earn and the nearest air conditioning vent and then why all through the house just spurt which is weird so it doesn't really go more into details because we're gonna get into another rumor but like what am i at the time. That's a pretty good hiding air conditioning. Unit for the moment no one's gonna know that was scouts. He's like fucking stone watching tv. And i was like yeah is covered in ash. How he's like. What is this so cocaine. You think should burn coke now. No it's like if somebody. I bet someone like didn't like there's someone from the rolling stones. There's a ban of someone. They ran with black sabbath. I can't remember the name right now and ramos sabbath hurt or oh yes molly crew z. Convinced i can't remember who it was but to snort the ashes of his dead father camera. Who did it. But i think that's a rumor. It could be a rumor. But all of these rumors mr yeah. I think that's a rumor. Because ozzy was known for like snorting fucked up things so would have been the one to take the leap on. Snorting is dead dead. Yeah i know he's ozzy snore. Like a line of ants. One time that was that was actually in the motley documentaries and the movie the movie was pretty good. They should do business really good dude. I love like if anyone's ever seen it like. I love the general manager talking about him. He's like i've traveled with dan hale and i've traveled with ozzie. Ozzie is a handful shore. I've traveled every big rock band. In the entire world and motley crue makes me want to quit myself thugs. Tommy lee like he needed his drum set up the fucking rotate shit. It's just so stupid. It's like i wanna be inside of a thing that rotates well dramas like all right tommy. That's pretty close though. I know it is cool with the fact that you can do that. Also so there's another rumor. The rumor has it. I was going to play that song being as it as it used to always play in the restaurant. I worked out my concern. Fucking shut the fuck up. Another rumor has it that she accidentally dropped the earn on a tarmac. At the airport what upset. She slipped spilling the contents everywhere. This year fucking trip. She was going english not my son. Is there still. Heroin is blood starts. Snorted up and shit. Probably this led to another precedent. Myth that sid vicious spirit has never been able to leave the airport after being disposed such disrespectful manner. He's like smoking cigarettes on the tarmac. And people like fuck you fuck you fuck you and you're going up like so fuck. Yes they did. You come back here. Say heroin here. We're on a plane right now. So probably not who's not guy going around the n. Word plane looks crazy. I don't know what happened there. What did you say that you can't run away. That guy that were. He was wearing a burger king fucking crown and he was like any yelled is on the tiktok and shit. I know i've got the burger. King that guy that yellow and he's like africa. And i can say the end where whatever i want. He's like saying the word actually right and you know. It's like the whitest craziest motherfucker. Every of he's he's a white south african west african so ax arose lead singer of guns and roses more recently. Acdc rose no of guns roses. More recently acdc. Oh yeah he. I think he took over at one point to do a tour with acdc looking at it up. Yeah sure 'cause. I don't think sure axelrod's in an american musician songwriter. Whatever best known for his lead vocalist guns and roses. He's also been the band sole contestant member. Yeah we're into. It was only twenty. Sixteen he probably just like did one tour with them or something for the so. he has been hailed. The most greatest singers of all time axelrod's amazing. He also has been very controversial very controversial celebrity from accusations of being homophobic and racist being hurled out in nineteen eight actually guarantee a pretty good chance. True can shame. Don't like those mother fuckers listening to my music. They're all into that. That hit pretty hard bullshit hip hip hip so yeah and then And then two. There's also rumors to pitching showing up hours late. two shows. Yeah the fans kind of weight which is a dick move. He also decided to include manson written track on an album resulting in even more controversy. Could job man. If the more you bring up manson than more happier it makes me. I never knew that. Excellent the like. And i like probably debates of why he may come off as racist. I don't to say male charles. Manson was racist. 'but he talked a lot about the mackie's being dumb fuck in when the apocalypse app we're gonna get into am now we're gonna get into manson. It's ready to go but we're kind of greasing the polls but everyone knows we're probably going to get into many way because he's probably one of my famous homeboys when it comes to like crazy fox diseases a fun guy. Man like sustaining and dance and talk about nonsense like i do. Yeah sounds like a fun guy is of all the above wasn't bad enough. Data make him seem like the worst famous person on the planet but there was also. A rumor apparently started by the media that actually rose ran over his own dogs and then proceeded to eat them. Fuck me what. I've never heard a bad word about the fact that he does drug time. Yeah no shit and this terrible story gained so much traction that actually rose had publicly publicity publicly denied announce. Yeah and he didn't do didn't do it. I did not run over those dogs. And i did not have sexual relations with that woman elvis presley. You're saying alvis presley said dude. You're wrong very very wrong. man eric. Kerryon elvis on toilet. What else so. Elvis presley unknowingly contributed to a myth one of many about his death because there's a rumor that he faked his death also when he was born. His family doctor claimed that a strange unexplained light sean over the house that the baby elvis was in. Elvis claes's is changed non jesus. Elvis claimed that he had been telepathically visited by aliens at the age of eight properties. Who showed him his future in music to fuck an interesting. You also claimed to have seen many. Ufo's which is like it's kinda crazy because during that time the forties into the fifties. You know what. I mean like we just about betty and barney hill. That was in the sixties. That's when it prominently. Got such like public like you know what i mean like. I got publicity so much. Elvis said aliens visitor. Yeah yeah is showed his future and music which is interesting kinda. Wanna listen to that over being like you will take the music that black people created and you will make it your own and jetton jive and then why women will not like it. They'll get horny by but everyone else by hayes mellon as helps too much. Don't like scare me. Yeah so he claimed that which is crazy but he also claimed as many. Ufo's is therefore no surprise. Then that following on the heels of elvis is alive. Theory came the theory that elvis had been abducted by aliens. Show you this. Do you want to know eight year. Old signs a soul over like i just wanted to know. Reptilians like yeah. We'll make you a star but you're gonna have to steal all your ideas from people that are a lot less fortunate than you are in the music industry at this point. And he's a down down down so claims were made that he is not dead but instead been abducted by aliens they took him off that toilet and they brought him up and the reason is that the aliens had heard his music simply could not pass up the chance to meet their idol in person aliens. Idaho we like the way you get a job and in addition to this madness. Not long after abbas's funeral rumors of the singer being an f. b. i. Mole who had been going into hiding began to squirrel too. So there's a lot of things with elvis and like i don't know maybe maybe maybe we'll know down the road dude on the docket for the famous dead. I'm surprised fucking tom. Delonge has amid to claim. Like i was abducted by what he's like. I'm surprised claim like but but it is interesting the fact that would like no. We wanna keep the famous dead series going. We have john belushi coming up so fuck anyone that's gonna try to steal. Our ideas dog ran up the stairs and every step it took. I just heard it shitting out its pants. It didn't shit. Farted like intensely on every step of amy alive printed up and all the fun. There's a lot of weird shit. Like how elvis diet was horrible and shit and he became a fat fucking obese piece of shit. Yeah he was getting big still trying to put on. Those fucking tight is over also. Yeah i guess you'd call them. Think twenty seven club. Twenty seven club is think janice joplin jim jimi jimi hendrix jimmy hendrix brow. Jim morrison ban. When you think about the fucking twenty-seven club ray other members of this fictional club fictional. What's club is fictional technically. It's i guess it was more or less somebody saying listen. All great musicians happened to diet. Twenty seven which is fucking weird. And we'd me and mike hausky cover that shit. So yeah and i was superman it you too because i remember that being like no one thing like i'm super interested in your fucking well my position so i just thought it was provia. Billy's not while you're a rapper. As we're not reject me we're not magicians. Did you realize i am a musician. Rate yeah you do play guitar but are are you then where. Where's our videos of you strumming the guitar and me freestyle drunk. I can do it if he wants. Well we'll do that sometime for For the page and stuff like that for the fans will me and billy. The way we started freestyle back in the day is clearly take guitar riffs and then speed them up and freestyle to them so we did like for and we do like blink way to wonder awe and you to speed it up essentially do a little faster and then it made it able for it to be almost like a freestyle. Be we do all the time. And that's what developed us freestyle together in a creating hip hop kinda cool and one really wants to put out a song soon. He was telling me today that he wants to try to try to put together with me and then he said eventually we should all do a song together. And i was like we'll see how turns out with you on this side so other members of this club and glue jonathan brandis. But i actually don't know who he is. People might be young through their fucking the radios and ship buck. That sounds familiar. I don't know if the top of head though. Amy winehouse yeah and they. Yeah no amy one. I thought she lives in. You're thirty anton. Yaojie yeltsin this. So what do all these celebrities have in common under under under extremely tragic circumstances at the age of twenty seven. I don't know. I repeated under five times. I was having a stroke. I feel like okay. Can you clarify something for me. I heard this once forever ago. And i've always just been telling everybody it's true and claiming it's true but i never checked it at all and didn't remember the twenty-seven seven club die with also a white dick in their pocket. That's literally what we're talking about right now. Oh really yeah. oh so. Yeah kirk obeying committed suicide as did jonathan brandis and i gotta look who. This fucker is. Look up jonathan brandis brandis yar and d i s yes literally exactly how you said it and obviously got janice joplin heroin in your hotel. Room fell over and hit her head on a table. Which is a shooting. Me fucked up. 'cause janice joplin had that crazy fuck invoice and there was a chick on america's got talent that could literally fucking kill jan joplin's vocals. It was incredible the see that shit. I can't remember what the chick's name was pronounced the last name again. Jonathan brandis perfect magazine is an actor. Jonathan brandis was an american actor beginning careers a child model brandis move to acting whatever whatever whatever as kevin richman on soap operas one life to live. He was a soap opera. So sad i didn't. He can famous. You're on soap operas. Nobody cares. I was talking about you. Remember the fucking show days of your lives and had that midget kid like had special powers as a fucking weird show. No i don't remember that fucking part people might know but it's a weird like he was kid. I played the grinch as a kid. In the grinch movie jim carey was the weird little voice. Yeah so donald j that we've already mentioned this but like we talk about her chance joplin actually on the twenty seven club with mike so janssen. There's a rumor jazz. Offline did do this drugs which she did so many drugs that her septum like the septum deviate and then her knees nasal cavity actually caved in. Which is fox. Don't do drugs kids happen. That will actually happen. It did happen but the rumor is that she had people blow coke into an asshole because she needs to get the drugs in their system somehow and done. I was only today to do this too much. Like your your ads has too much like naturally rication into your system because it goes like. That's how you bitches like young. Young girls soaked fucking all tampons. I knew a chick. That did i understand that i understand. It goes into your system but the reason like you don't swallow cocaine is too much saliva fan. You physically could stop in your. Yeah no but i mean like just taking a bag like dumping it in your mouth but if like if you're doing a line because it's like it's all dry at bruno's it's dry it's era. I guess if somebody wanted to blow in got it can't be that fucking dry have a couple of fans that are co cads. Somebody please just put like a p. Three up their ass and just like gives them to blow it up there and to see what happens please. I will fuck in our show on every episode if you do that. Don't fucking do that. We're going to kill somebody. Somebody do it all right buddy. It says so. Like which is crazy. Like how joplin die. Generally literally talking about her dying doing and no but she she did hair win and hit her head. Because obviously what's your fucking nasal cavity caved in. She's gotta figure out a different way to drug so she serves jackson heroin and then her. And what are we talking about. Chris farley like almost cry talking about him just because just because the way he died is so sad just like dying on the floor and almost like her to that. I think she fell hit. Her head in her body was found the next day she was by herself which is sad. It's always sad that aspect of is always sad. The being dime. Ourself how chris farley was listen to our chris farley episodes. It's one of my favorite episodes that we've done because i love chris. Farley is is that he was like bagging for that fucking hooker to stay and then she just laughed. And then you fucking died right. So but rumors started making the rounds about celebrities timings and their desks so they could join the twenty seven club. That's the whole thing is the all died twenty seven another rumor hit that those who already joined the twenty seven club had a big white lighter in their pocket at the time of they died. Which is fucking weird. It's like there's an a matrix glitch and according to a dude at work the fbi came out and said that we're living in a fucking simulation did not come as jesse sound off. I believe that's bullshit. This led to hide spread. Believe now white lighters were the harbingers of bad luck. The white lighter myth is still going strong despite factual evidence that bic did not even start producing white lighters until several years after the death of the original twenty-seven club that's a case so that's actually going to be my point too is Every bic lighter is white if you peel it off it's fucking true. It is like every bit wider that the ones that the stupid shit on them to do. But there's black yet but the book lighters dipped their dipped in some obviously last lighters thinking about that. The blue wise. I'm saying that those colors are white underneath and they painted them on essentially. Are somehow yeah. Now they're still technically. I mean probably that would be not. I mean fire. Rain is a popular folk rock. I don't know this is a what's her face the bigger lady. 'cause i you're the bitch got skinny adele said so. Irate is a popular folk. Rock song. Written by james taylor. Everyone should kind of james. Taylor not not my fucking forte. But the song was inspired in part by taylor's childhood friend suzanne schneider sh- near who committed suicide. He only found out about her death six months. After the fact despite taylor's confirming this as well as revealing other details about the song during an interview in two thousand five rumors still have it that the song was written for action has it zan. Oh and suzanne the name. Suzanne will always remind me of the monkey in janssen bob. that's with the monkeys nameless. It is claimed that. Suzanne was going to surprise him by showing up one of his concerts but her life was tragically cut short when a plane. She was traveling on crashed on route. Several websites have the bunk claim but is still going strong around good old or cy called the internet. Several people have told you that you're wrong but then like that can't be fearless. Can't be beardless. Like murang'a whiskey. But maybe i shouldn't drink so much risk in a week. May i long. okay charles. Manson synonymous with murder mayhem and psychosis. Because he is the man. He's the man with the songs the jams. He died peacefully in jail recipes. My hero the last thing one would expect to associate with. Manson is music. But you're a fan of the gap to be a fan. I think you know who we're going. We're definitely gonna get into them. Because i want to play some songs on the episode is man. He's got the jams man he's got. The words very true very like garay however he wrote songs and eventually eventually covered by the beach boys guns and roses and marilyn manson which is one fact that i was not marilyn manson need to be like i was more than president. Would guns and roses song was a charles manson song. I had to look it up. I don't know if you should right now but like you don't need to yes. I'm curious as spark never knew that. Because i was also interested at the beach. Boys covered one of his song considering. I've heard that before considering his grievances against the beach boys because charles manson tried to essentially get his music out there using the beach. Boys in like terry melcher and stuff. And that's why he ended up going to sharon tate's house was because supposedly he thought that terry melcher was still there and live there even though he was told the day word. So we're gonna the the episode mavericks most the couple the covers al-boom was mostly attributed to the glam punk bands who influence guns and roses including the dead boys. The misfits rex hidden track by cult leader. Charles manson called. Look at your game girl. Yeah weird. I know i know. Now we're talking about funny. I don't know that song Yet to look at. I guess it was a hidden track. I fucking run. Read off of that. Charles manson's linked to the beach boys and the beatles. Well that's helter-skelter. Because he killed everybody because the song scouts. We're gonna i even the beatles fucking like what right right fucking shit on the fridge. And it was like and they spelt wrong. You hilter skill. ter- helped hilter skelter and they spelled out there skelter wrong. That was like a big dig as fucking. It's new my shit right. It is therefore not surprising that there is exist. A music related conspiracy theory involving manson and the monkeys monkeys right. Pay over the monkeys. Where it's gonna thought your mom. My brother listen to the monkeys a lot when we were younger. And i didn't really he also something like the like the irish rovers and like marge over like can stand. The monkeys are fucking goofy pieces of shit. But that's fine then. A copy of the beatles and everybody else american pie fucking copies everybody in some way or another. That's true. yeah. I was at work day. And we're listening atmosphere in brands. Like you get your inspiration somewhat from atmos a little and he's like i can tell some of your music and i was like. Yeah this is probably quite a bit from this. Nineteen sixty five literally. Hundreds of men answered a casting call to be part of the monkeys which is funny casting causing there have having acquainted band but like but but like the beatles the animals but we want to call it something racist how about the monkeys and there is a couch. remember hanson shop Bob knows my hands. Three fucking brought that up. I was talking about enhanced network so maybe bring it up so one of them was said to be none other than charles mason himself. He's like i. I could be part of the monkeys. I think there i. I don't like monkeys and now we'll see we'll see we can turn around his name. Yeah which is crazy. I never actually heard about this. And this is also particularly Precedent room or even the though is the fact that manson at the time was too old to audition. He was in his thirty he was. I woke up. The boy band can't be and they were looking for men between the ages of seventeen and twenty one course age where your most manipulative but old enough where i can fuck you in your asshole toward seventeen to twenty one sounds perfect. You still get a little boy boy. You're you're old. you're back into the ads. True is if you look at things like instinct and stuff. Who's the guy is. This fucking died. Spec say speaker inspect fuck for clarifying. Richard richard richard. There's a syracuse killer last name spec richard speck and circular. But there's a guy that was in the museum street that ended up making Basha also and there was rumors that he'd like like made the suck his dick and stuff like that he died. I guess good good good. So i'm sure also. He was in prison at the time. So it's unlikely but man you know cool. That'd be thought he was in prison so he probably didn't do in cool for mansa me part of the monkeys. I guess around. We're gonna break in your house and we're going to rape your spouse. Yeah yeah. we're the monkees. He didn't tell people that right away. The story about the death of dwayne allman leader of the allman brothers band is certainly one of the stranger ones out. There never heard about what happened to him. And i don't. I'm not a fan of the they were big though. Fuck some your dow. Listen to know. My dad doesn't my dad likes rock in the country. Fucking music awards. He does now. So it can be fan. The allman brothers aged. He doesn't like country music. He likes to watch the music awards. I'm here for dolly parton. All he puts on his nonstop van. Halen guns n. roses. All fucking sincere molly ker for sure. People are gonna kinda hate me. But i'll listen to it and i appreciated but i fucking hate. Classic rock heyday cd. I like pink floyd to an extent. Yeah the thing is. I own a lot of Led zeppelin records me. And i'll listen to them and i appreciate what you bring four talk in step one zeppelin's journeys is gonna fucking rate. Ramia is actually good. Because i'm sorry wait a minute. Is this the guy that says. I don't appreciate classic up. Play it but try to skull me for saying nirvana's garbage nirvana's great may get fucking. Are you fucking kidding me. You just prove so much of my point. Thank you thank terry and thank you everyone else. Who fucking agrees. Every the guy that you're backing right now doesn't like all. The fucking classics is is only awesome because angus young to be fair. Couldn't stand the sound. i think it's because i love my brother. But i think it's because my brother listen to that shit constantly. Yeah like loved. Acdc for about six months now about example because acdc's probably want my. That's one of the ones. I don't really enjoy their. But i like all of the reason i liked. Acdc richer mira's liked highway. The hell that is it. That's the only reason i caught him. We'll be all right well. I can't wait. I can't wait till you get roasted your fucking tell tom. How much better. Nirvana's than axl rose guns n. Roses i understand. Griping is planning or. I grew up listening to the sheer wisconsin on the radio and constant listen to it. That's why is awesome on the radio and on the radio and why haven't heard livewire on the radio and fucking year. I do because. I never heard livewire on the radio. Yeah have got portion. Serano radio ascherman But i also really love phil collins you know i love phil collins. If he'll go is fun conversation. I just want to say that like i just like classic. Rock bores me. It's been so repetitively played just bored. Stop listening to acdc and go. Listen to hail in bali curve and everyone can touching girls girls girls. Okay advocate ads. you want you. I agree like good and made a foundation. Picking right now. But i'm ramones sex pistols guy. I like that shit. And the thing is i'm still a fucking guy that to scream music. Okay i still didn't overseas okay. Because the clean vocals. I really do. I can't hear black. I just can't do peer screaming. No i can't. I can't like under oath anymore for anyone. Who's on vocals too. Sometimes i try to listen on earth recently when i was drinking and like so like whiny screaming. Auto alexa fire. I fucking love. I can see and there's a lot of people say you like silver steam but you don't like winding screaming. Nay right so give back to the album brothers. So how died is a weird one. A strange one. So the allman brothers never listening to music but for all these fuckers out there this is. We're talking the brothers on the twenty ninth of october nineteen seventy. All men overdosed and was rushed into hospital. Nashville all rockstars or folk singers or whatever. They are all seemed overdose. Gas way except for woody. Now man woody nelson willy nelson too much. We die from dr is used. Refer to this guy. Is mr almond when when those are the brothers. Doctors were not Hopeful that he would pull through as this point where the story turned strange. It is claimed that berry oakley bass guitarist of the band entered into a pact with god. Damn he pleaded for an allman for the almost all. I got bucket nut for to live for another year so he was able to continue his music career and carry on doing what he loves. Almond survived however daddy earlier crazy on the. It's however on. October twenty ninth. October sn nineteen seventy-one which is fucked. There is no an i. I will say this again and again people can say whatever they want. I do not believe in coincidences. I believe that things happen for a reason. They're put in place for a reason. So dwayne allman drove his harley down to hillcrest avenue in macaroni approaching barlett street. A flat bread truck stopped unexpectedly in front of him causing all men. Too severely sharply kind of turn. He hit the truck away. Anyway in was thrown from his motor vehicle. The bike landed on top of him. Crushing his internal organs allman died in the hospital. Hours later exactly a fucking year to the date that he's opposing a bargain with god. God's like we'll give you one more year sounds like genie shit like the djinn. How i'm gonna give this to you because of your prayers. Probably the reptilians like behind on whatever they however they control the society but it almost sounds like that kind of theory of like that will give you this for a year. Almost like bedazzled. You know what i mean. We're going to give you this roaming to give you a year of this. It's extremely weird. Is that not also make you die by your motorcycle following top you. That's pretty shitty shitty way to go washing your organs and just hit the truck and mike inside immediately. Jank's yomiuri caller okay. Next baskin see chelsea's call pop caller. And she's like pop a weird things we call it soda. Pop night just called soda. Sales go get a coal trump's a cool off. What are you fucking fifty. No yeah fucking last theory that some theories are creeper than others. The one a bell. The song love roller coaster by ohio. Prayers is an example of this. I don't know that. Costa that kind of oh. You don't even know like never heard that before. Oh i got. I think i know what this song is did. Sing fucking That you just made up in your head in assume that's what that song is. I think it is. I think if during the editing of the song the sound engineers fair drew failed to remove a woman screaming in the middle of the track about a year after the song was released to the public. A couple of crazy theories star to make the rounds some say the playboy model and this is definitely a playboy model. They know they know who asked screamed. The playboys bound name is tiffany. Vagit sill way worse cock ring. Astor astor cord debt. It's terrible. I was jerking off to astor yesterday. Managed esther kordic is decker. Whatever dick gang. You come up with the name back then. People didn't care. They're just like what are you look like stay sturdy. Cognac collar astern province. Name back then. It'd be like saying britney or tiffany. Right now yeah. There's kimberly comedian that that's like man. You're going to have a button like old folks home. You're gonna have a bunch of people care. People like with name brittany or sarah all sarah brittany over there as fucking kept sucking walters cock for some reason. Because if you don't know but all folks home there. Std's spread fast. Probably they're fucking. She is featured on the album cover of the album and was burned by hot honey. Supposedly she i'm cover and she was burnt by hot honey as she cre- Screamed her voice was according to the studio. I don't know why she was burned by honey. That's having sex kinky sex maybe well you can't wack shed. There's people that like that she had. And i got nothing against you. If you'd like to dress up like a fucking cow fuck someone. That's fine you fucking kid. That's okay. I guess that's the line. Yeah an extended version of this thiel says that the they suffered permanent injuries from the honey and and she was going to sue the band so i don't know why they kept in by no would sound really hot. Nowadays known sounds good on the track. We're gonna do do. How are we just burn this bitch with honey and it will make fucking stream. We'll let her screaming. It will sound awesome elvia. Good sound so extra fucking pitched i know she said a perfect. The band manager couldn't get her to change her mind so he stabbed her. The death pre predator cage about suing the ban over burning her with honey for saw that over the doing that in the first good thought of this. You're going to be put on the album cover. You'll be kinda cool like there's gonna be in the background we're gonna pour on you while they're recording. What you sounds like a scream in the background. Why couldn't you just like ask for scream since he killed her. Se and this is the this is the theory that supposedly they did this and but her actual screaming maybe wasn't caught in the recording and it wasn't the point of it maybe accidentally that's what it says. Burnt her without honey. I don't i don't get it. She she got permanent injuries. Acting like chris farley. If we're watching the youtube does like he's always like your good and we like you since you her. She was just outside of the studio when he killed her her screams. You're dying screams. we're actually record. Over the fucking microphones. Just fucking crazy. And there's a scream. Was that so. There's several more theory surrounding the scream including that it was the sound of mental patients and the saint asylum subjected terrible torture. So they're like oh no be cool. It'll be awesome horrid. Let's go record in a mental institution. That sounds fucking fun. Any of these people eve like any of these like even one zebra har hardly believe in like absolutely even one of these. When i was twenty. Yeah i can believe all right now. Now that i'm her burning her with hot. How do you make almost more sensor like. Let's try this and it just didn't work out. And then she tried to sue and then she didn't actually die but did she die. I'd have to look in the bash on extra and again. I was more or less about the theories of everything on this on this episode. All alvis hundred percent was abducted by aliens. It actually happened. that's for sure. Showed up for that fucking audition. He was like. I'm in jail. But i'm still going to get i'm mean. They give him furlough for a day so he can actually like going over the furlough. I really wanna fucking go out. And i wanna addition for the monkees. The song hey. Hey we're the monkees. that's me. Danes all funding javi. So there's also a theories including your mental patients screaming terrible torture whatever. Even there's a theory that a rabbit was killed in screaming as dies that really that bad pharmaceutical and perfume companies do that for them to true and it was later already. Nobody can park was laid. That billy back and i wanted. The members of the ohio players is the one who produced the scream however many people refused to believe that explanation. Because like it's gotta be someone murdered but we've heard about that through like black sabbath records that year scream or you play it backwards. Alex why do you think it's going to be a funny little fucking a mess him. Tom says you're gay. Oh fuck you. I miss you alex. Can you hear that strange to say the n word. So nobody's seen him before he's seen him all right. Start yelling about your fun fact. Is it time it's time it's time for billy's because i'm growing up and i'm done doing this. I got to record you doing it and say fuck it. I'd been saying that for many years. We'll do it next time. A lot of people year. Mike seventeen years minimum. Anyway fucking people already know this. I thought it was call. Another fan fact came in. I forgot about it to be honest. 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Tag Teams, Eddie vs Farley, and Thanksgiving Bars

Cheap Heat

46:12 min | 8 months ago

Tag Teams, Eddie vs Farley, and Thanksgiving Bars

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You may not get some of the jokes because of some the hot ninety seven stuff and you may also think that. I'm a fool but either way for the first time ever. World premiere on the cheap podcast. Permissible pamir. rosenberg's thanksgiving bars. twenty twenty. Green rain really gave me put them in the oven. Cook eight hundred degrees bam. He's anti bring the trees. Get the kids at the table bone z. On a savage sweet you nasty talk a big game appetite match why asu greens made me. Dad mom cook the turkey too long. Now i'm gagging. It drips like booby eight. The ats now. He's know free dole's podcasts holder. Slows the greek bode. I'm a savage gase. Latch food next. Where the food was head was head. I'm a savage turkey gravy food. Mom we mix so food was head what was happening the head ramaz betty crocker with the cran cute. She might start only fans began. Slum neto break your diet thanksgiving is your chance white me dog meat. Ebro snow swan. 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It's not gonna live up to last year's turkey with because that's kind of a different level this is up there. You think this is up there. Because it's so funny i did. This is still my favorite. Would you say the stilo. This is my favorite. Oh yeah well of course anytime you like me. You know disrespecting the if anyone showed any disrespect you want to see the person marked exactly exactly. So i didn't yesterday and for what does that one take. No so i did it. And it's so funny because like i just wasn't feeling it and i played it for some people close to me and they were like yeah. You need to do it again. And so i did it again. Literally standing up and like was more in my zone instead and it's like it was a different song. I like it went from like. I didn't find it amusing to just the energy of the take. It was actually fascinating. Because i wonder how much real songs that are. Actually good can change just from the performance in the booth it was vastly different than the one. Yesterday wasn't hot because it's hard. I don't have an engineer. I'm recording all myself. I'm layer on all the tracks. i know. it sounds ridiculous but it's really a lot of work just to do a stupid parody song. Believe so for those of you. Only listen to cheat and have no context. I do one every year and it's become like a bit of a thing like if you're if you're specifically part of that show's universe the way you're a part of the cheap heat universe. This is something that's it's on. It's on the calendar every week loss coming soon to he. He's a little more radic. Could count every year except for one year. I took golf. But i've done like ten of them though and it's to me it's always just remind you holiday time it lets you know it's holiday tab is now time to snack. Anyways we'll talk food. Um we'll talk holiday plans and we'll talk survivor series as us yeah. We're in the festive shirt. Yeah i was gonna say a throwback there ninety three. The shirt has what a random. It's taker lex luger and the steiner's but was taken on that team. 'cause i remember lex luger and the steiner's teamed up against the four fanatics that turkey. I don't know if you realize the turkey. is yoko. see the the gear. I don't know what you call it. The sumo gear on the turkey. Do you see it. Oh wow i did not realize. They have like the underwear on the turkey. I do not even realize that. Wow s. u. g. o. and there's a japanese flag sticking out of the turkey. Turkey is yoko. That's great so. I guess was undertaker with the rest of the team. But did he fate was he. Because i know he faced the survivor series. Two right if i'm not mistaken. Let's see well listen listening. We could have found out this week if we'd had him on the show because he did the full pressure on again. Where did you see how much press he did. He was everywhere. He did hot once. He's in chicken. He's out here eating chicken stealing your gimmick. Come on now. He's on people magazine. The all americans verse the foreign fanatics sorta poster on wikipedia. That's the talker in the undertaker position. Let's see now i it. It ended up being undertaker. The all americans. Lex luger the steiner brothers and the undertaker defeated the foreign fanatics crush ludwik borge in yoga tacos on the poster so i wonder what happened undertaking. And i gotta go back and check it out. Wonder if he ended up in a different match year or if he got hurt so yeah let me just say as she. I'm putting a lot of pressure right here. The undertaker they ran another full. Press run for the undertaker this week. in advance of the final farewell. Let me just tell you how disappointed. I'm gonna be of ju- if it's just a final flat farewell crazy. It can't be listened. This is pro wrestling. No retirement surreal. No goodbyes for real. I'm going to be so disappointed. If all of this was a real sendoff. No he was in people. Magazine did hot one. It can't be. That's the perfect setup for it to continue exactly if it just ends it would be the most on. I'm trying to use a the put this the right way it would be so anti wrestling. It would and for a guy who's goal career has been being the most wrestling wrestling guy of all time. It can't send off in people magazine. The send off can't happen in the media. You have to come in do the job and then maybe you get all the like people magazine documentary stuff but like this. This is not the exclamation dead man. I'm praying to you. Let this be the whole media this week. Let the whole thing have been a work part of the big work you know he. He like i just. Can't i just really really hope that it doesn't go out like it's i wanted to feel like it's it till the very end to we start going. Oh man the till. I want you order to text each other like wow. It's really over. And then boom. That's what i want. bray wyatt. yes yes. People magazine not drew barrymore oprah whoever now the oh and and i'm sure we could come up with a non fien version. I'd be okay with two but someone important to end. This whole thing has to be but the people magazine next to a stack of pancakes. Making breakfast no. No not a sit down with cane you i. I'm a drop a bomb on you right now. Even though i know people would like to see a match in arena and that would be preferred. Not for me. I just want undertaker to look good. So i don't care if he has a match in arena earth. It's another bone yard match. I'm glad he he. He looks better with thirty. Takes honestly so just say and by the way. What i was about to say is with thirty takes. You can open the door to so much more. You know what i'm saying. Yeah yeah. Wwe go fulled like gemini man with it and do like undertaker versus youngest self or something like that like you sold out nam he had reclaim your soul just because they can do it with technology just have like a straight up. Cgi and versus. Take a match. I mean listen to attempt to do undertaker's undertaker a long time ago. Without any of that terrible the story was fire though. But the batch would they do that. How much does it cost. Right is what it comes down to. So here's the. Here's what i'm thinking because like i said because it's this sort of match you know. I wonder whether you can really start fantasy booking this thing and make it whoever you want. Because think about this as she j. It's not just the undertaker who could benefit meaning. Everyone sitting here thinking about you know all i would really be ideal if he was able to do it like a full matching arena so counts. I think there's a chance that ship has sailed end. You're being demanding by expecting that. He still able to do that. And maybe we just take the joy that we had with the bone yard match and you know what if what if this whole thing played out and it's completely over and everyone is you know because they're rumors the rumors. Are we talking about this last week. That they're going to have the whole crew all bone street crew. What if it looks like it was all over and then because you could literally do anything. That is true. steve. Austin could have another produce match. Yeah you know like there's really no limitations to what you do. So i just why ended to me. It would be bazaar you finally figured out a cheat code to keep an undertaker around that we might have not figured out without the pandemic why now ended and true. I just keep it undertaker. All your legend comeback and have like the match allows if you edited and cut right even with the edge randy or match the the greatest match ever. It exceeded expectations because they they didn't have the crowd there so they could do a lot of things like i said we'll see. I just hope if it ends with them being like now. Let's show the behind the scenes of his article in people magazine. I was someone in the face. Yeah absolutely cannot be the way they do it. So what do you want to do as you outside the before we get to survivor series. Where where do you wanna start so outside the ring. I mean it's arguing time quite honestly the first thing i have to stop just because it's like so fresh in my mod. The pwi decided that this year they were going to do the first ever. Tag team fifty. Okay and the number one team. Even though i like this team. And i've defended them but the number one team is the revival tr. And i in in the number one that is number one tag team of the year for the evaluation period of october first. Two thousand nineteen to september thirtieth twenty twenty The criteria stated was momentum wins and losses chemistry activity and it factor m. f. t. fdr a team. That i'll a strong defender of came in at number one and as much as i would love to defend them i cannot. This was a bridge too far. Oh i what what how. How could this be this. His his top his top five. Fdr number one. Kenny omega and adam page number two. They weren't even particularly good golden role models at number three the north at number four the north impact okay impact. I think they might be the contacting champions. They'd certainly have the tag team. Titles before in impact and then the street profits in number for us. And i am shocked and appalled at two things one the golden role models just not flat out hands down your number one tag team number one number two that booking warriors are not in the top five. That's your one and two right there and you could be. You can stop the order. Whatever kabuki warriors and the golden role models. No matter how you write what needs to be the top two spots. I i don't agree with you and don't agree with them. Who do you think is the number one tag team of the year between the dates of october first. Two thousand and nineteen and september thirtieth twenty. Twenty i'd really have to think Part because they didn't they weren't together a lot of that time together but they weren't full strength. Do you think of them because woods wasn't there. But biggie kofi did have the tag team championships for la that time. It just wasn't all three of them right. It wasn't all three. But yeah but even said from october. To what october to september thirtieth but but how long and how long has even solo has iwo solo but that remember e solo for probably like a few months so that does factor into it because even though coffee and Came back together. They weren't they. Were like it was a we just a weird year for them. Yeah street profits had a good year. There's no doubt about that Because remember i mean part of the evaluation period. If i'm not mistaken includes An teeth right. And then annexed he premier with a defendant attacking championships. It's like this will what has what's the golden role models. They both had great years. But what was what was there. What's the chief. You hang their hat on as a tag team. They had the whole of his division a lot. Like an x t smackdown raw. They will like it when they popped up on x t and x t be awa ratings both times they defend the acting championships on all three brands. Any defender protecting championships while defending the women's championships. On both brad's if that's not it fact. If then dominated the ratings is not it factor whether it was solo together they had all the momentum because they were coming in from bailey's hot singles run that pushed them into the tag division that pushed sasha into her role in this championship. Box on the list. The young bucks are not in the top ten posted here. I know this is crazy. Because i'm not a big young buckeye but to not have the young bucks in the top ten basically invalidates the list even not the big young guy. They're the most consistent a high level tag team on tv today right like basically every two weeks is the longest you go basically without them having a match and when they have a match. It's like a real wrestling match again. They're not my all the time. I still find that it'd be annoying in spot festival and like even regular matches. I find it to be like a little too I even this week. Everything's very choreographic into me. It's not my type of thing like it's one of the things dip loves about a w. is like the wrestling the wrestling the wrestling. I find some of it to feel very acrobatic and less just ground and pound real wrestling all of that said. How can you legitimately even. If you're a young bucks hater. Not have them in the top ten. That is ludicrous. it is it is think about two and you'll talk about like how could fdr ahead of the young bucks like fdr i like fdr but they're not atop the not the number one team. They're not a top five tag team for the past year and severe. That's okay all right. Well that's a fun argument. If we had more time to fight today i could go into more. But there's more to do that. What else you got jon. Moxley a young announced that they were expecting in the most jon moxley wherever you just stated he has a pregnant wife at home in the promo just kept it moving. Yeah that was. I thought the same thing i was. Could you be more marks. Like just like just drop it in there casually just kept it moving. Do you think it renee would see it as an offensive thing as a gift for having a kid. I just painted advanced for the therapy for the child to try to figure out. It's dad from like this is just for future therapy when the kids like. I don't even know if my dad likes me. They will what do you mean. What does your dad like. The i don't know wrestling. I think i can't quite tell about that either. Have you ever watched him work now. I'm very happy for those guys. It's very very cool. News and and listen honestly. Let's be real. They're celebrities their wrestlers. All of this stuff becomes public information. Anyway pretty cool way to do it when you think about. It told us i right. He dropped it in a promo to his audience. And just yeah instead of being like renee young because as promoting her book right the grenada of a cooking. Show a cookbook coming out. She could have very easily been like. I want to do it on like you know some place that makes sense literally she could have done it on an. It live with the bellas like many people magazine or something like that. Y'all right and instead it's it's done like just casually on a wrestling show pretty cool actually think about it. So shots to them got and then lastly. Wwe announced that the thunderdome will be moving on december eleventh on beginning on december eleventh. It'll be featured from tropicana field in tampa bay. Wait what guys'll get released today. I believe like hours ago. Oh really yes was moving outside. I don't know how they're going to do it thunderdome so i don't know how tropicana field is the baseball field. No yes it is. It is but it has a retractable retractable situation. Right does seattle care about the race to to know i do. I do know that that stadium did have some issues like blackouts or something like that. This past season. They have to deal with so i think that. Be more of an issue than anything. I'll tell you this whether it's outside or inside it's much bigger. Yeah so i mean a totally different feel does that mean they prepare for an audience. Are we gonna keep it closed in a window. This come out the hours ago. Yes this morning. Why it's so funny. You were reading the story and you're like yeah the thunderdome mckee. I knew that and and it's moving to what this ties into that to actually. Apparently there's some whispers w is not going to be the house shows anymore that when the pandemic returns they're going to be phased out of the house already when the pandemic is over excuses the pandemic never left when the pandemic ends. They won't be going back to the show model so it might be that just going to focus their attention on tv but Means that means they viewed this whole thing as an opportunity to look at the money like kind of crunched the money of what it takes to pay everyone to travel and and probably when you add it all up wear and tear on bodies because then if you just doing tv right what that once a week twice a pay per views. Which are we happy to take you. Get your paper view. Bonus but then like time with their family more time to do other stuff more time to. Wwe have you off doing media appearances and things like that that boost the company profiled. That doesn't like you said put where telling your body's so i but it is also weird because it's been so fundamental to what do yeah. It's been the way it's always been odd. Even when even when even when they started doing like tv and even went wet from regional to national. The torah game has always been right like. That's how in how they usually determined. Who's valuable to the company to like all right. This person brought in a good house. Just put the title on and you wonder. Will they keep any like will they do christmas. Time in new york still like do a few shows here. They have to i some of them. I imagine it's going to be like the smaller towns that don't see as many house shows. Maybe what they'll do is like little tours more like concert tour. We're going out for three weeks we're gonna do x. And like you know. Make it more impactful when they do it. Yeah but i mean i have to. I have to think that the christmas show at madison square garden is is safe and like the summer slam. Heat wave toward the rotor wrestlemainia. Show you have to think the bills are safe. Wow well we shall see we shall see Okay well that's exciting so yeah. Tropicana field is a dome. So i wonder if they try to set it up in a way to make it look just like it currently looks or if they give it a little bit more of an open like i would wanna take advantage of the dome aspect of it that's giant you know that's a really big building. I wonder what you can do to make that cool. And when are they staying there till because baseball is going to start. I guess they're hope is basically. Yeah they're done. Yep vaccines year and they go back to some form of normalcy exactly. Because that's what. That's what. I was thinking too. Because you know once april hits. It's still looking like this. Then they have to really ask some questions about. Are they going to do another residency. Are they going to try to like move it around week to week. Go here go there with baseball. Being back amd basketball still still go on. Even though it'd be like wanted out that doesn't give them a lot of room to like a lot of room to maneuver all right. Well wow as she g you come with some big news the pwi tag teams and now the thunderdome moving. We didn't even get a chance to argue about chris farley. I think we made it to the same page eventually. Yeah i do think it's cultural though. Because i feel like you're not gonna find that many black people that are going to consider chris like a comedy genius and hold him in high regard. But i'll tell you this argument. Was i assume that it wasn't the problem with your argument. That is not the part that bothered me. Only got me mad in one. Trolling part when you allowed and did not disavow the tweet. Not that someone argued. If eddie murphy and chris farley. Who's better okay. Let's have that argument. The fact that someone included keenan thompson is what made just like a mind blowing disrespect. It was one of those twitter moments. Where like they're fighting with someone about one thing on twitter and then someone else's something so crazed saying young. I don't even have time to deal with your nonsense right now. There are people trying to argue about other stupid things here. You come so. I didn't mind your take. That eddie is what other there are two problems with. The one you said chris farley was a one trick pony false in the words of stack. I agree that is false. That is false and two that you didn't completely disavow any tweet. That even allowed the words keenan thompson to be said. And i like keenan personally know him like him and i think he's good. Don't bring them up around. Dip pristine to know. it's it's like bringing bailey. He by the way dip pristine if every of any wants to troll dip. Some time on this podcast you think dip is negative on wrestling talk to him about saturday. Night live is the same every and it's the same in every way to lorne michaels. Vince mcmahon the cast is really talented but the writing is back like it's the same thing so anyways that was i. I don't have a problem with the cultural argument around eddie. Obviously there's some people at he's going to resonate more because of how monstrous the characters were and then the fact that s analysis not done a good job retaining black viewership basically since he left. And i think that's the cultural argument. Plays into to the chris farley thing to write because i do believe a one trick pony. I do believe his joel's boiled down to you. Know i'm fat guy. An awkward situation ha but that type of humor plays better on the other side. Does well listen. I think that two things one falls on chris farley because i mean the first of all the bit itself the chris farley show he had he had a bit named after himself in which he never yelled he never fell down. He never did anything like that. He just sat there quietly being terrified to talk. So it's hard for your argument when he had a bit named after him. That wasn't that at all. And that's that's one of the main things. Remember four matt foley. No hundred percent. Listen i'm not. We're not going to punish him for being physically comedic genius okay. I'm not. I'm not going to allow that to be a negative. I'm just saying that. I'm just saying that that resonates if you can see that there's to america's based on how resonates because like when i brought this up on the air it's funny i brought up the ebro Alberta ebro chris farley eddie murphy and ebro only saw from a standpoint of viewing them both for doing different things he was one of the most racial thinkers i know but besides that guy greg didn't even cross his mind. He was just right into the chris farley. As a genius he's hilarious. It was like all black people mess with chris farley. He didn't he did not say that she'll just just people's different takes on it so i think it's more about where were you in your life where you dialed in with the show. And i think wh- traditionally my experience white people stay dialed into snl longer. Yeah you know and black people have comedy shows that they dove into a lot of white people did not so the caller matt tv. Yeah so anyways just please. Don't ever bring up. Keenan in the chris compensation i will say and i love keenum. Listen keenan got more rain to the chris. Farley tooth nam yes. What's the range. He plays version of keenan thompson in every single skip. Don't he's basically just like well. You know the thing is of residents. He can do like the slapstick stuff. He's been a comedy longer. Co greg stop this this this is like this is someone talking about. You're talking to someone about bret hart and someone's like do hold on. Hold on. let me just talk to you. Real quick about adam page. And you're like okay. We can talk about adam page but we're not going to talk about this because in in terms of sketch comedy not in terms of his skill set but i- status. Yes he is. he's absolutely bret. Hart he's fine. He's owen hart. How about that. Five of crisp. But my point is. He's an absolute legend absolute legend. By the way most people think that owen hart was the better natural wrestler than bretches. So you just you know. But i don't. I don't deal with thoughts of crazy people but still with the rational. No you don't say that as you're trying to find any rationalization to have any mention from akina conversation about all time. Snl grades except for how long his tenure is and. There's some people argue. That's not even a good thing it's not. This isn't the same as a wrestling career. There's some people think why didn't you move on to something else. That's what the all time greats to in eddie's case showing his greatness by moving on after one year one year to be someone who stuck around for whatever it is seventeen. My point is this. I don't like when people have made me discipline. I love to prove a point. Because i think he's great and plays a nice part but when you're talking about the highest level of snl the names that can get thrown around our eddie murphy chris farley phil hi will will ferrell i think phil hartman's right. They're very close. John belushi martin. Short gilda radner. You wanna bring up kristen wig okay. I can have a conversation. Even though the era of show she was on. You know you. Keep kate mckinnon at some point okay. We can have a conversation about where kate mckinnon is gonna end up But plea you can't just go people just throwing people who've been around for a long time who you like like there are a couple of names sketches to they'll man. He's a funny dude who keenan. He's very funny. He's a very funny dude. The word is not iconic. He's a very funny dude. There's a narrow been like you know. David spade was very funny. Dude david spade was that funny. He has his moments in tom. He is the perfect foil to chris. Farley In movies on this. Now i'd have to spend some time thinking about his. Snl run five bad example. Even yeah i think he was. I think he is definitely. If if there's somebody who definitely got carried to this spot in where they are here he is. He is one of those people in any industry. If you want to look at that lake he was just there. That i don't know if i'm gonna go there. I'm not. I don't know if i'd have to think about his body of work on us and now and i'll tell you this he is funny and tommy boy and black sheep. He he's not farley but he plays the part perfectly though he does exactly what you need to do to allow farley to be farley. It's tough like not anybody can be the straight man. But i almost feel like i would go that far with with david spade to anybody could have been mistreatment. My point is this like my s could've done that. By the way. Mike myers another person. I would even argue mike myers who has absolutely iconic characters. Still to me is an iconic. Snl cast member and he has iconic characters Andrew making the argument. And and it's a fair point. Dave dana carvey Dana carvey was to me the top of the second tier but he's absolutely incredible We need to have a full podcast on this one day. We do a full cheap e. Snl breakdown i'm sure. Dip and goldstein will scream and then bryan man weighed in and treated this exactly like he does. Wrestling like farley. Farley gets laughs but in terms of sketch comedy. I'm like you're like the wrestling fan. Who starts trying to over analyze the wrestling way past the point wrestlers would even do it. They'd be like yo my man. Is it a good match. Or not like 'cause farley when it comes to the yoke lap gimme this laughs per second on the screen it credible to a stat. That i've created i that i like the laughs. L. p. s. it's laughs per second onscreen and farley eddie murphy phil hartmann belushi. It's where you find the real cream of the crop not onscreen and it works. Unfortunately as you. D from a statistical standpoint works horribly against keenan these they have so seventy middle gazillion. It up we have any okay. So we haven't even mentioned survivor series. I think what we're going to have to do here as a separate survivor series preview. Is that okay. that's fine. what's tomorrow's tomorrow's friday dr. We'll do. We'll we'll put this up today. We'll get emails from people probably mostly about saturday. Night live in. God knows what hopefully no more complaining about our takes on brandy roads and they did well this week though because they didn't say anything physical we by the way today was. Jk yellen show. Yeah j. cargo on the shelves stopped. Brady's arm when he was like a chair and she stopped the a presumably broke brands on. Good i mean what was the context though they just like after a match like oh my god what we hear. Something's happening back stage. They get backstage nyla roles. And vickie guerrero are holding back to try to stop jade from breaking brandies arm and she does it and the big swollen. Somebody else rushed to the back to like. Get in jade's face but you gotta tell me the date done. Aws has to work on the were hearing. Something's happening backstage. I i it's a they did it They also did it with the kenny omega. Jon moxley signing. Yeah they hear. Something's going on up kennedy John out. Also we have to have an intervention on tony giovani's clothing. There's something really going on here. It's really upsetting. Has he aged out past the point where we can help them though like even if we have an intervention and go like full makeover take picks for the graham and then go right back to i okay but if you're going to be in the ring if they're going to call you into the ring you can't do like the bad genes sport coat that you you would wear to like a zoom work meeting you or how about this. If you're gonna do jeans. I actually wore jeans the last. Wwe pay per view. You wouldn't know it. Because i wore dark jeans so we're dark blue jeans with blue sport coat you can pull it off and there's no notice and then we're loafers of some sort. Do not wear happy. Be like the maggie jeans though either like when you were in baggage yeoman. This is a real problem. I i could argue. It's the worst thing happening. Wrestling today is telling us all right. So we'll come back we'll do Do you have power rankings. This week i do have led power rankings on that case enough and enough and enough black black black black black black young all right in and number three top flight. They fought the young bucks this week. On a w dynamite. I was impressed. They ended up. You know how we it usually ends up when they face the young bucks flat on their backs counter lights. That's not fair but it wasn't. The a heel against aid wasn't good match. It was a good match. It was made top-flight they fly. They do and you know what though they they're young team. Just being there with the champs. I think did something forum i mean. They wanna get the win but they did a they have a good shaw and i wonder if the stories real one of them deemed matt jackson. And that's how they got the opportunity. Probably probably they say. The story is house. Kept laughing. When jim ross kept describing them as brothers 'cause they are brothers but he'd like a couple of brothers and i might watch out. There is a couple of brothers ended up to cedric shelton. Benjamin they come into number to end the day coming in at number one for the same reason this tag team match for the raw tag team championships. On monday was incredible. It was a match the a candidate. I really what that the hurt business was going to pull it out that they were gonna come away with the tag team titles and then move on to face the street profits. It's what i would liked to steve. But this is also the type of match that reminds you that kofi and woods the new day still a strong team still strong as ever and i picked the street profits over the day because i felt like they had more synergy as attack team. But this is the type of match that wipes argument clean off the table New day coming in number. One cedric shelton. In number two man. I just wish it was the hurt business versus the new day and the street profits. Yeah like i. Just listen i okay. A lot of people have argued that the traditional series match isn't as good as we said we're overripe in the past okay. I'll take along the arguments you one more though. I don't agree with you. But can i get a second match. Yeah to says hype. That is false. That is false. It's not not not all right are let's let's come back tomorrow. We'll do another episode will preview survivorship. That's good sounds. Great of the people are gonna love it all right. We'll take it favorite. Take it easy in stage. All those things enjoy yourself. It's professional the of a little. Bit is the greatest wrestler in the history of art for mitch.

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5.21.21

The Daily Zeitgeist

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5.21.21

"It's all about getting the most out of summer and with certified refurbished from ebay. You can enjoy one hundred percent of summer with up to fifty percent savings on top brands. So tackle this and break out. The playlist would like new products from the brands. You love including boasts works. I robot and more complete with a two year warranty from allstate time to go full on summer with half-off top brands. This year shot memorial day savings at ebay today. Hello the internet and welcome to seize them. One eighty five episode five of daily production of iheart. Radio this is a park has where we take a deep dive into american carson. It's friday may twenty first twenty twenty one happy birthday super producer other. Hose near a talk again. Thanks my name is jack. O'brien ak potatoes. O'brien and i am thrilled to be joined by my co host mr miles miles mcdonald for singing lewd nozoe anyway. So that's just me right now. Didn't he wasn't a look on discord but would've choked believes was in my mind and i felt like singing michael mcdonald so here. We are. well. I have a to go Product that i have to debut on tomorrow's episode. It's currently being washed. Oh yes i think. We may have matching paramedic. Gear shoes gear miles. We are thrilled. We're fortunate to be joined in third seat by a brilliant. Putt castor a brilliant actor. You know him from crazy ex girlfriend and love simon. His podcast is soul bomb. He is clark maung. Hey there hey intro. Hey oh we're working on these. Thank you on that we're working. I'm with actually only just learned what it meant the other day because you mentioned it on earlier episode i how do i not know what chu gays and then i realized by virtue of not knowing what to is. I am tuckey ray car part of me is i'm really leaning into it the other way like you know like i part of me wants to like regress to wanna be. The thing that everyone says is a word. That's bad but now like in my adult on my yet. I'm getting touted next week on my throat. Here but yeah. I don't know if knowing or not knowing. There seems to be contradicting accounts. We have listeners. Had the vernacular has reached. Canada seems We'll see how much of a phenomenon becomes yet again. Gen z. Trolling us Yeah and i love it. It's just like if feel like it's it doesn't feel like when like boomers. Were first writing about millennials. When they came right are these broke motherfuckers where we won't acknowledge why they're in the state they're in versus like now like these feel like pointed jabs from like younger siblings. That are a little bit cooler. And i'm like all right. yes i like. How didn't go to us writing about them. It went to them writing about us. Millennials are so self centered. they're always the subject of the article and not the writer of the exactly. But what do the younger ones think about us. Yeah it's even and even when it is it's articles by molyneaux. Chook are we out how to embrace the toug- clark. We're going to get to know you a little bit better in a moment first. We're going to tell our listeners. Just a couple of the things. We're talking about today. We're going to talk about the newest link in the Giuliani political dynasty. Andrew giuliani So the first person to run for governor of new york Having been played by chris farley at a young age. I think We're gonna talk about kids massachusetts succeeding and getting young people to vote a little little hopefulness. There we're gonna talk about. Ai created music and even movie translations y net flicks is so all over leveraged. I'll say on this army of the dead movie. I don't know i haven't seen it yet. But before we get to any of that shit clark We'd like to ask our guest. What is something from your search history. So i prepared. I was thinking about this the other day. I was listening to an earlier episode and i was like. There's no way there's going to be anything interesting in my search history and then blit not five minutes later i found myself down a google rabbit hole that i think actually really encapsulates where i am my life. Right now basically. I don't know why. I was set off on this this path. But i was thinking about. Jeff bezos wealth As one does. And and i just started randomly searching the gdp of various european and african countries to sort of compared to the personal wealth. Of jeff bezos. And i was. I was going down the list and i was like you know england or estonia botswana and i was seeing all of these different. Gdp's and then developing like like. Oh my god. I can't believe he has more money than back. Country or like wow. He has a lot less than that one and then after about fifteen searches i found myself typing in what is gdp. It perfectly fits. Who i am right now where i almost think i have a handle on a really complex topic or something. That's really interesting. And then right at the end. I'm like whoa wait. Do i know what that is. Spoiler aged was right. My my definition of gdp was right but is it annual rate or is it like is it how much they're gross domestic product per year. Okay it is annual. And the use of it as i learned from this google search is a snapshot of the economic health of the country so the total amount of money that the country has wealth. But it's like the value of the products that they produce in a year so it's not fair to compare jeff to those countries because i mean that's just how much they every year and jeff estimate that five trillion dollar stretch across his whole lifetime so people would allow really setting him up to fail. You're all those things were they try and get people to be able to wrap their heads around. What kind of money these were talking about here. They're always just like horrific like there was one. That's like well if you break it down into seconds based on what you made in twenty twenty. He's making twenty two thousand five hundred thirty seven dollars per second or one hundred fifty two thousand two hundred seven dollars per minute and then they talk about like tranquilize him like a billion right because a billion seconds is thirty two years ago. Oh god and if you say like someone has a hundred billion dollars a hundred billion seconds like loosely is like the trojan war a hundred billion seconds ago like how like man. We'll like these are some that you couldn't even begin to fathom or know what to fucking do decide from. I think just get off on watching like a bank account. Go boop boop it does make your brain go a little wonky looking for him and really good for mackenzie yes. yup hope. i'm. I'm wondering if newly divorced bit divorced billionaires that were like that worked better coming out of this like melinda gates mackenzie. What's her maiden name. I know it's not as anymore but kanye west may bazo sir whatever whatever you say Like it seems like they're much more focused on how to be better like philanthropists than their husbands. Were were there like you know. It seems like mckenzie just is secretly funding a lot of stuff and is not interested in telling people that she's giving this money away. I mean sometimes the money they comes out or whatever but it seems like. I'm curious if they're gonna start shaming their ex husbands. You're like no this is actually how you can turn it up with a billion dollars done the right way. Rather that's a reality show. I would watch right like the first wives club but like like philanthropy edition billion dollar divorce. Yeah hell yeah sign me out. So i will happily marry a billionaire just to go on that show and i'll be like this is how you actually help people this money because i feel like you know. Bill gates just against so focused on like his sort of posthumous identity or account of his existence in history where it's like not actually effective in terms of like really when someone like the money could be used so much better than how it's being. Yeah no his spun off onto a different planet. he's he's no longer exists scenario. But just i do love the microaggressions that he like people who worked with them said that he would never allow her to speak more than him and would like speak over her in meetings and would be dismissive towards her. And you're just seeing that shit leak out in this divorce like all the details that are coming now are just like you. That shit didn't leak on bazo. Some sure he was. It's almost impossible that he's not a shitty human but we didn't get those details so yeah there's gotta be some trauma in there that they're working through. I mean you have to have some key. Something crazy has to happen to you. In order for you to feel like the way to live. My life is just to amass as much money as possible. Like i love money i really do but not that much. I don't have the energy to devote my whole life to it. Yeah and i have none. So i think the other day. It's like it's it. It is a sense of lack but this other weird bizarre version. That just manifests into this. Like wealth hoarding. When it's like. I can't imagine bill gates like has like fond memories of his past or whatever and is like yeah man. I have a pretty fulfilled life. I think at a certain level of wealth. You just patch shit up with all this money like fucking madams. Avoid looking at myself in the mirror. And i'll just send weird cringe emails hitting on my fucking employees but then other things yeah. I wonder if if you're saying melinda was shushed in meetings by bill gates yeah. Aa how can you imagine like when they're like these huge initiatives and she's like you not. I'm really worried about the state of people's access to flushing toilets or proper sewage system in sanitation systems especially in developing nations. Bills like No we need to start fusing windows tablets to people's arms sub saharan africa and then other people like actually that's a good idea bill and he's okay. I thought of that. Too many repeats her idea and also we really need to work on the this water. Linda and i were discussing just said that shit bill. But then there's also the details that He when he was kicking in with his Boy jeff a little saint jeff epstein Did he was complaining about his marriage right. Like you a dark space up there at the top. Yeah yeah just gets darker. The higher the higher and higher you go Anyways chat to jeff. Bass i think is where we're where we're at right to summit up. Jeff bezos doesn't have enough money Won't have enough money until we're talking trillions with a t. Okay let them in egypt all the man eat. What is something. Clark the you think is overrated. I actually just got back from big bear a couple of weeks where i was shooting a movie. And it's too and it's about two and a half hours away. And so what i think is overrated. Our road trips because every time. I'm getting ready to do one. I'm like marveling at the convenience. You know the fact that. I don't have to fly all of the hassle of air travel. I took my dog with me which was a a great thing as packing up my car. I was like thinking about. I never would have been able to bring these things on a plane. You know like packing up half my apartment into my hatchback and i'm like this is so convenient and for the first hour or so of of any road trip. I'm like america freedom. California down the window taken depressed. Yeah hanging out like we're all right and then somewhere around our to. I'm like this could be. I'm done with this. You know like this was fun. I just kind of wish. I was there and the met last half hour. Stretch is just like white. Knuckling like can i get there. It's fast as possible without getting pulled over in. What apparently is trump country. Didn't did we know that big bear was as it is. I was oblivious. Oh yeah i mean look once you get out of la county. It's a mixed bag l. Who knows what you're gonna get like really purple. Which is this beautiful image of like you know diversity and centrism and we're all here together but it really just means half the people believe one thing and the other half believe the other right strict. there's no purple. it's just blue and red. Purposes is the same color of bruising. So yeah. I don't know if it's a good or bad thing but yeah i definitely feel that Like the our to 'cause usually that. I ninety minutes you can get off the strength of and like one or two albums and you're like fuck it play criminal bostian apple one more fucking time and then by the second time you're like 'cause fear it's just like it starts to just lose and you get impatient and i have this discussion that when i think about like driving versus flying up to like the bay area because door to door right if let's say you have a one o'clock slightly. Lax you want. You got to get there about an hour ahead of time. Plus forty minutes to get there. You're damn near spending three hours just to get to the airport and then the our flight it's like the one thing of waiting in an airport is a little bit better than a car but it all it all. I've done this exact same math. And it's it's basically the same. It's five hours door to door the difference of course being that if you're driving it's five hours of active. Get there like five hours of being transported by your uber by the train. That takes you to the or whatever it is you know and so If you can and then also it's not even that much cheaper here to san francisco because you fill up a couple of times you know we're talking about a couple of hundred dollars. Potentially what are you trying to hummer times up more honestly. I said that. I realized backtra. I'm really actually hybrid. That is like a twenty dollar bill and halfway back on that for sure. I'm just trying to justify my my point here. Which is that. It's always better to be to be transported than to transport one south. The one thing that. I feel like i am undoing with road. Trips is like the like stops. Like if there. If i had a good way to like google okay along this route like this is a cool little town that you can stop in you know. I always hear about them from people who took road trips before there was navigational systems. That just took you exactly where he needed to go. Independent of like what was along the way i feel like that's one thing that i am underdo. I i agree with you guys especially because my family all immediately goes to sleep and i just drive by myself and then they're like can you turn your podcast down. Oh so you wanna sleep in a fucking silent chamber. So i can does off at the wheel to exactly. I do either one time i. I was with somebody who does who like road trips enough that they were like no. We're gonna stop here. Like we're gonna hit gilroy and Just take it. you'll try. Try this version cause you break it up along the way. And he was our james dean died and shit stop there but inadvertently. Yeah so. That's the thing i inadvertently come across these things where it's shepherds bread from scotland the best bread in like west of the mississippi. And there's a line wrapping around the block. But i'm never like in a position where i'm like. Oh let's stop kit here for an hour. So that's what. Like if i just built in the time on road trips and like road trip like a Like a dad from the fifties with the one map in congress with all the business owner like the one way they're places. You will patronize along. The way throwback to a triptych. Yeah right yeah and what is something you think is under eight o'clock. I'm gonna sound so basic. But on something i think is underrated is sleep. I i love sleep. I i really highly value it and yet somehow i never prioritize it every single night and like i could go to sleep now or it could just stay up watching some netflix. Show that i actually don't care about. I just am not ready to face to face my demons. A mind subconscious in. I think it's underrated. I actually heard someone say the other day that classic refrain of asleep. When i'm dead and i was like no honey. I'm sleeping when i'm alive. I write this is the joy of living is that we get to sleep. I'll get to enjoy that shit on. I'm dying it's not like you have a restful pre death period like that should hurt. Yeah when you're about to die you man you trip in that whole it's a head trip that whole time when you are truly on your deathbed like watching that happened. A few family members like you know it can be peaceful but it's not a thing you're like damn just looking for the sleep you know now a good parent to you. Hey hey being around so much wasted time right project my past traumas onto you via your parents. I'm like look you just just rest up you good right but yeah the sleep thing. Is you know the when i a few weeks ago. We talked about this sort of phenomenon about how people are procrastinating with their sleep. And there's a few things. Some of it is like the idea of trying to regain moments from your day that you feel were lost through having to work or other things so part of it is like this rebellious act before going to sleep. I'm a look at my fucking phone. Because i don't. I didn't have enough fucking time to do my shit today. I'm gonna watch like in your case this shitty netflix show that you're not even sure why you're watching it. Yeah i'm an adult dammit. The second i kind of realized about like sort of value nomin. I really try and keep the screen. Should away towards the end but it's tough sometimes because also like your kid who would try to go to sleep with the tv on every now and then so right it does. It does sort of low me for sure. But it's also like i'm trying to as you said like make that period of my day sacred in the sense that you know. Maybe i can find other times in my day to watch these television shows. Which i you know some of which i do. Love and engage. What if i can make my evening time About like reading before bad or at journaling before orients something that'll be stimulating in its own way and fulfilling and sort of fill the same need but won't be like light beaming straight into my at. You know that's why i like sleep. Podcasts have been the thing. I've been trying to replace in the like. I'm kind of want some kind of stimulation information entertainment but not intense like watching comedy. Your whatever yeah highlights or whatever 'cause like the real shit that's like half sleep hypnosis or just kind of a walking through just checking with your breathing and your body and then transitions to like the most dry. Like reading. Like allison wonderland. I find myself like oh shit who we go out my ears. I'm like fuck fucking transition to sleep real quick okay now. Put it in the case in charge. I'm not children these stories. Really it for me man. It like i i read my kids Four bedtime stories by number three. I am like nodding Right i do drop a couple of ambien before just to you know so. No not children's literature the originally abm because it's nonsense Pretty boring but varia unobtrusive. I think also it's a good sign that i'm sleep deprived that whenever i just like. Sit down and read for twenty minutes straight on just like i can't i can't keep my fucking hope right. Yes yeah but my kids can. And then they're in charge the house for a couple of hours while i'm asleep on their floor. That's always my favorite. Is my friends with kids. Like seeing like a nanny cam footage of like one parent asleep like trying to read the story and the kids just up like taking the book from them and just like when it themselves. The kids are partying because that's also the time like sleeping adults. I learned the most about the human body in those times like looking at my grandma's notes and shit like just to pull an all my grandpa harry year. Something like that like those are those are the moments you remember as a kid. Yeah i used to when i When i was learning how to drive my goal my dad is a pilot and he's very like he pilots. Whatever car he's in as well you know he's always like your head's on a swivel swinging and hughes is talking about how you need to have your e- like slow. What would he say. Slow down into a stop sign and then like accelerate through the turn like all of these things to my goal was always when i had him in. The passenger seat was to sort of like be such a smooth driver that he would not off and he would fall asleep and he would sort of like not out and then somehow while he's still asleep he'd be like you need to stop that. Stop sign by a guy. He has like one eye open so decide visible to you. He's asleep but that other is like scanning the road right exactly his head on a little while i like he's giving you like real like racing stuff that you got the apex of the turn and then you decelerating tweeden accelerate out and use centripetal force to launch. You out yes my dad is a capricorn. He's like deep earth. Fine vibes everything about him as practical. He always wants to give advice and tips. He can't just be like this is a great day. He today is beautiful. Because you know yeah metric pressure that is really under rated or misunderstood but you know it's funny he when you say like my dad's a pilot. My almost like i'm guessing he's like all of my friends parents or dads pacific who have like a firefighter or pilot. They're like these like wells of infinite like just wisdom sometimes relieving asking for it. But it's not sometimes. Yeah okay so you're exactly like my friend who own girls dad. Who's a firefighter. Who comes through like man. The sky has looked like distant three hundred years right. Like okay cool. That's fucking cool. I want to hear more about that. So that's clearly me being a dead. I'm like the sky law. Like what i'm getting fleeing characters from my life robber the deep proper fire chief will come. He's kind of dude. Who like he'll come to your house and be like. Whoa whoa. Whoa what's going on with that light socket full now hold on. Hold on hold on. Yeah oh see i. It sounded like it wasn't grounded. I can hear from here. You're like my parents. My parents are staying with me right now and they they. It's been great. They're great great with the kids. The kids love hanging out with them. But i'm seeing like we've got plumbing issues going on that like i had just like. It's like a fire alarm. That's law batteries. The you just kind of silence with your brain who just got used to it. But now i'm just like oh man i'm i am slacking like my was like your pipes. Scher bang a lot. What the hell is like. I'll because i am nice. Bronze jackson boehner. Yeah see just a follow through. Jackie was all right clarity. I do have to ask it. Did you dead ever talk about it encounters with Unidentified flying objects the only time he's ever mentioned it was when we were at this is incredibly misleading. So i apologize. But because i see. You're getting excited. I mean either way. It's i think it'll be. It'll pay off on the premise. Or it'll be a fantastic turn. So it's it's more like a cute God i feel like i've really set this up to fail it. We were young and he came back he flew for. Ups for a basically all my life until last january and like the january of the the pandemic two twenty and he was flying back from china or somewhere on christmas eve and he came into our rooms and he was like you have to go to bed now because as i was flying i saw this this flashing red lights out of the side of the plane and we sped up so that we could. We could beat him here. Because i think it was santa. My sister and i were like random like covered our heads the original unidentified flying object. Yeah i mean. Identify santa but we. We don't know people think i'm in the bag for aliens. I am just as willing to believe that. That white tic tac has santa that is delivering Text mallya alien life cookie santa. I'm yeah come on could be anything could be erhard. You know what i mean. I don't know that's where she's been. Yeah she was like oh man. I'm gonna take off on their regular ass spacecraft switch it off from my turn-up spacecraft time is relative in space right. Yeah moving that fast. Wait don't worry. i think it'd be good all right. Let's take a quick break. We'll be right back. What is what does her ascension means. Ask a simple question vice. What matters to them and why. Let's be clear this is about fraud. Work the angles tonight here on. Msnbc special coming question afford specifically. 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Lee praise on visit where he as it was like. Though the trump administration it was just the most tacked on a my dad's your friend. Can you give me a job. My dad's your shitty henchman gas or shut him up if you get me his useless kid a job. Serving mcdonald's food to college champion athletes and legitimately thinks the first well. What's he into sports. Okay fine who liaison to sports. I guess yeah. I'm you know like any child. Who has benefited from just kind of grotesque nepotism that he has only logical that at thirty five years old. He's saying you know what. I'm going to run for governor of new york state even though i worked in the trump administration and i'm real loud about it and even though this is a state where trump had no chance in. I'm out here running against cuomo and there's a few clips. I wanna play because you know we we referenced earlier on like in the nineties when giuliani his dad was mayor like he was like interrupting. What was it. The inauguration or swearing in ceremony. Yeah just like tugging on trying to talk on the microphone and she's always had opinions. Yes some straight up like adorable kid shit but his vives were such that and this is like as as a young child like this is not in. No way excusable. People were like man. I hate that kid like a child and everybody was just like that kid is annoying. We do not like him. Connick and then. Yeah chris farley literally played them in an snl sketch where he was. Just it's chris farley play. I don't to give them big buck teeth back. It was literally like probably the meanest thing. Snl is ever done. Yeah going after a kid for sure. An eight year old and giving him buck teeth and just made him be like dan and then get hit in the head repeatedly. It was pretty wild his a different time. Yeah and so. I just want to play a few clips. The first one is when he's announcing his run for mayor and it's a this is a super cut and so you know take that with a grain of salt but the words he's saying are accurate so this is him announcing his candidacy. In what is the statue of liberty which he also ensure if that's what it is. Okay well my fellow new yorkers here today to announce my candidacy to become the fifty seventh governor of our great state of new york. Which one is that is that miss manhattan or is that lady. Let's lady liberty over there so community. So he's extra shorter. School will get a charter school. I do believe that people should be vaccinated. i am not vaccinated. But i but i continually kathy bodies. Not you can't transmit new. York is truly that shining on the hill. Is that what they're doing giving him. The burger treatment with all zoom look. Vicks changed the game. That's the recount site. But the what he say is shining on the hill shining lay on a hill. It's a play on the shining city on a hill like early. American exceptionalism both on a skate on a hill state as in new york state. Oh that it's it's us. It's a mess. But the just the opening okay. Well new yorkers wait. I'm running for the fifty walk. Legit legitimately tame with her energy Of let's just get the shit over with and like combative immediately. Like okay all right. So yeah i know you're gonna say i Finished so he goes later on. He was on fox yesterday talking again. I'm running for governor running for the governor's governor's mansion against andrew cuomo. And this is where this is where he goes on fox. So you know. It's the home home field advantage so he can say all kinds of bullshit and they're not gonna question it but this is where he really talks up his qualifications and as we said earlier are fuck all so listen to how this man is selling his shit like like when you just got out of college and you're trying to get a job and you like unified experience for this entry level job and you're like oh yeah bet. I got five years. Listen to him. The treasury department out of the public liaison and the truth is martha from an experienced perspective. I maybe thirty five years old. You gotta remember. I spent thirty two years parts of thirty two years in politics and in government. I'm the only announced candidate that actually spent parts of five decades in politics. So i may look young. But i certainly feel older on also running. Do be the republican nominee. He's already so say five motherfucking decades on the set. Like what are you talking about sir. Fired of five decades. What is that. I'm guessing because he was born in the eighties then. His dad was working in politics the eighties and nineties two thousand to the arts the teens and now the twenties i think he's as basically saying i've been alive over what has been five different decades because if you check the math you said i got up in thirty two years on the set in dc baby doing politics. He say how five i've already shown on this podcast. And i'm not great at math but i do know that thirty five is not fifty and that's just basic math. I'm so i'm so. Is he claiming that he was involved in politics as a four year old. Yes that's absolutely what he's dog like doesn't but i mean that's the kind of you know like when you meet people like and this happens a lot especially growing up in la there people have the same mindset about them their relationship to production or the entertainment industry. They're like well. You know. I've been like or like writing for like fifteen years. You're like you're twenty six. What are you talking about like well. Obviously you know my dad's a writer. I've always like been around it and like so then. I started like working on stuff in fifth grade. Remember wrote my first sketch. And so yeah. I've been doing this for like a minute. I'm like well that's a stretch. But it's like the same logic you see apply to like i come from this family so i can claim from birth that been in shit completing proximity with experience. Yes and you know that that like anybody who i've ever encountered who's like that who didn't earn their own stripes but is trying to like draft off that they are a fucking terrible like there just terrible to be around because they know they know they're foolish it. They know that that's not how it works. They know that like they're they did not earn their way. They're and they're awful like it's they they know just as well as you now. They're not maybe they're not like talking about that in their mind with the conscious part of their mind but there there's a big part of them that is like use ally to lights and spending a lot of energy holding that it's alive voice down. Yeah i hate to bring this point up. Because in the context of the the moment we are meant to be body positive and we are not meant to be commenting on people's appearance. So instead of saying what i came to mind when i saw him say and i think the listener will be able to get at what i'm saying. He looks a lot like his father. Yeah yeah in. He is cursed way. Yes i say this a lot around rudy energy trump kids too. It's like day. Wear their fathers karma on their face like and he has like this like yeah like this is probably what this is what the kid of rudy looks like. Just like my dad. Mugune also feels really young to me and that is what he looks like. He says. i may look young. And i was like. Oh so this is. This is a delusional person. This is the person with zero self-awareness. Yeah he looks like a hot like spokesperson for like a benevolent policemen's union society. Type dude. You know what i mean. He looks like the cutest bootlicker. You could get for cops but he also seems like he has been studying andrew and chris cuomo's manner of speaking and has modeled his like. I thought i was seeing like the third cuomo brother speak just like in terms of his like how he approaches. Like all right look wait like like just like that kind of gruff like am a new yorker walking near type bullshit as this energy you. This is the energy of politics right now. Right like you're either on one end of the spectrum of like joe biden who's really sleepy and calming and that kind of vibe or your pure chaos and it seems like there's nothing in between and it's also like every political party. People are divided between those two this giants. Yeah like i think right now to run as a like a republican candidate as a just straight up sis man you have to have the energy of dude who would get in a fight at a little league game like as a parent like that. There's no like you don't want like people have the energy of like. Oh that's a reasonable person like that's not in right now. It's like this is the problem man. You know 'cause we got anti out here and they're like yeah this not I'm really concerned about you. Know the state of our communities like miss me with that shit. Yeah yeah All right just pivoting off of that story of like legacy political dynasty like in the making attempted political dynasties attempted. I just wanted to talk about this Yahu story yahoo. My favorite news source. They had a story about The young people in massachusetts who are like basically one of the most formidable forces in massachusetts politics. There's like a people claim. They're described them as an army of sixteen year. Olds who helped. Defeat the kennedy. Joseph kennedy i guess was that was jenny. Un kenny la- kenny. Yes so they basically stop day a political entity winning massachusetts. Why i mean he wasn't doing that hot but yeah right. He was like he's not he. He's a copy of a copy of a copy. It's not like lost but like they. These kids are like they say they're like singlehandedly defeating the lake establishment as well like the consultants political complex. Like that whole all arrive. Like let me see your mobile phone contacts. So i can add up the money in their type and what. I used to work for a company where you go to someone running. You say we're smarter than you. So you need this money. And then we'll tell you things so you can win and you may or may not but we made money. They all like kind of tie there activism to the sanders campaign and you know elizabeth warren's candidacies and it's just interesting how there seems to be a thing that's happening with younger people where they're actually connecting politics to like what they actually believe in as opposed to. When i was their age politics seemed like a thing for people with law degrees. Who were good at like pr. Spin and shit. They seem to. There seems to be a growing movement of k here. The things we care about we care about climate change and we care about like progressive. Positive police reform. And so how do we get there. And people pointed out you know like after they had that success they have failed to get other more progressive candidates Across the line in defeating more centrist democrats in massachusetts but. They've all performed way better than they had. They would have otherwise and registered voters between eighteen to twenty four shot up to twenty percent in the twenty twenty primary from six percent in two thousand eighteen and two percent in two thousand sixteen. So it's just like a a massive difference and i just find it encouraging anytime. Someone's like heart connected to an industry in america like they believe that they can actually do something in this system of bars because there's so many so many ways that you can get beaten beat down by it while they just with the access to information kids are like. I'm in the nineties shit. My will everything. I thought about politics. I was getting off a late night. Monologues my politics where. I'm like woo hoo joking about. Yeah that's politics and even fucking even when i was working in politics consulting and doing all this other shit it took me to be fucking in that shit to realize how bullshit it was even then i was like. Yeah this is. This could be calling on my all. Fuck no this is this is fucking trash like. This is a fucking rich person's game and they're not about shit. Unless i except for making each other money and keeping each other in office and i mean yeah the to to see that at sixteen. They're able to organize themselves into this. Kinda shit yet so heartening. Yeah fuck man. I was fucking playing. Nba street blunts hanging out of my mouth. Know what the fuck is. y'all yeah my political beliefs. When i was sixteen were like whatever the opposite of my parents were. I wanted to be contrarian. I wanted to argue. I had no basis. In fact or i just wanted to debate with them right wrong and i loved it. You'll whatever dead part. Whatever data i think you should believe donald rumsfeld and dick cheney when they say that they think there are weapons of mass destruction. Over there our commander. It's you have to respect the president. His name running into doors. 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Somebody kind of put together an interesting proof of concept on the music front that miles year into right. I just i always you know the when when you're talking about oh netflix like they can use algorithms to kind of figure out what a hit shows gonna to be among okay. That's yeah we'll talk about that next or things like that or like you know. Maybe they're racist police. Recognition facial recognition isn't as good. I like the lower stakes kind of ai stories. You know like when they say we've had this machine all this nineties pop music and this is what it spit out so and this has been a trend. That's been going on for a while. This is kind of interesting. Just because of the how contrasting the two inputs are they. They basically got this. Ai they said look we want to see. If we can do the spice girls wanna be but in the form of a nine inch nails track. And i was like that's seems like a stretch and i don't know how the fuck a machine is going to get like take if you wanna be my lab with like i wanna desecrates you like that. I don't know how to do it but they did. And i just wanna play a really quick clip of this because it kind of believable shoop. Okay not a perfect downward spiral recreation and in fact it to me it sounds more like scream. Janet and michael. But it's just weird again because it's nailing these certain textures like it knows what the weird chaotic synth. Guitar part is get trans- voice right. But then i think the funk part of wannabe kinda of either way you get this weird. It sounds like music from like demolition man. Listening to you know what i mean. It sounds exactly like music from a movie set in the nineties. Like when you go to a party or something and there's a band playing at the party that's been playing. Yeah or like the matrix. When like he's falling the white rabbit to that club like raises the shit. That would have been playing in that freaky ass right. There are some stakes there. It's like the you're in the club. The band is playing. And you're looking across and you like clock the person you're chasing and it may start running right now. Oh shit okay. Oh shoot out. In the winter with the green liquid spilled. She was bringing a bottle of green to somebody. And you bump into someone. Hey man wash where you're right. They're always so rude in those clubs. Hey what's the big idea man. When you watch like the special features like that was actually the producer. Jim bowles just partying right there. He was in the way we kept that. Just say that like it's getting was before you get these weird ass nonmusical things things are getting a little bit better to the point where you know give it a few more thousands of hours of music and check back in with us but i also wanna talk about it even freaky or ai. Thing that is occurring which is under. No wait before you say that. Because i do have to. I feel like people will drag me. If i don't i as a spice girls fundamentalist. I believe that that song is blasphemous and should never be played again vice girls. Music is pure perfect and should never be touched by humans or certainly not machine. I will say. I officially thought that that sucked. I thought it was. It was worse than any spice girl song in any nine inch. No no it's not not that it's it's but i'm saying it's it's getting there all that to say that's in service of this next thing. Which is the freaky fucked up. Part of ai which is on. Its way to like efforts. July it's kinda sucks. Now it's like oh fuck xia territory. Yeah so yes you know. Best back to your point about wanting to be. You're saying that it should never be defiled in such a way as rather than wanna be outside of what you believe to be handed for. Spice 'cause you're saying how dare you in your dirty hands algorithm on that thing. Okay the which. I just for the record. Yes absolutely that israel jam episode about be as great because like they take all stems and all the different like really get a new appreciation for what a good song. Oh who didn't fucking vessel. I remember i just you know because we like to pivot to go on tangents on the show. I remember so vividly when that came out. I was working on a school project. And my friend michael kim's house and his mom brought so much fucking taco bell like into his room to help us finish his project. I had never seen a parent bring this much fast food and put in front of kids before and we were playing. Wanna be on a loop. And i'll never forget that day Minute cam i hope you're good. I hope your mother agnes think that was her name. She's damn shadow. Agnes kim but this one. So we're talking now deepfakes another version of using this to you know make. It seem like someone is doing something. They're not i. You saw like really problematic celebrity faked porn and shit like that and then people talked about how there's also technology to take the voice and then be able to map some get someone's voice to say anything you want. There's a new company. Now that is essentially able to begin dubbing films but using deepfakes to do it and i know that sounds kind of weird but i'm just gonna play you a clip of how this kind of operates so it's called flawless and you know for the most part when we watch foreign language. Phones were used to like dubbed films or subtitles. Right the double just be like the old kung fu movie joke were like the mouth is moving and then the dial comes out completely mismatched. They're saying dub is usually so bad. Yeah so this one. They're saying not fuck that we'll get these people to speak whatever language you want now. So behold behold this freaky technological advancement them usefulness you know have you observable so that was a few good men in french the mouth movements not super stellar but they're matching and it's not to the point where you're like. Oh this is completely taken it out. Now she's wanna play. This part shook me to my core because they had fucking forrest gump speaking japanese in this clip. Coming with tunnel. Okay so yeah. i know. it's hard to see. We'll put the the lincoln the footnotes but we are approaching this future now or this company saying we don't have to do re-shoots you don't have to do subtitles. We can map the animated mouth movements to whatever language and even use the tone of voice to get these actors to speak in any language. That you soci- fit. I just want to play this part. This is deniro. I think speaking germany was in coniston. That's shutting forbidding on gotten so. They use the person's actual voice to okay. Yeah kind of freaky dan. Tripoli create synthesize them speaking other languages because their whole the whole thrust of this companies. Like dubs you lose the perf- dramatic performance because the facial expressions aren't timed with like the delivery of the lines. Give kind of a disjointed interpretation of what you're seeing i mean. It's kind of this clearly. A double edged sword. Because you can see the good that it could do and you could see again. We've always known deepfakes. We're going to be a problem since like the first sort of clips came out. And now that we're like here. It has some actors like i'm not really feeling this like manipulation of my face to do this other stuff. Yeah i was already feeling like my job was in danger when the pandemic hit and i was like ha do. I have any useful skills in an apocalypse beyond like keeping you entertained. Look over here. Don't look at the burning fires all around us and now this is very much like all right and and we also don't need you at all we completely create a performance base images that we already have on the line. Oh we're doing new soul bomb episodes based existing audio. We already have from the podcast and have me saying crazy. Shit on as long as i'm getting paid at you know i'll take it. But now they're they're all about how delicious But paste is. And i loved that bug pace gatorade bug paced. But the other thing is like. I don't know you know. Part of me likes watching foreign-language film because part of the fun is hearing language you don't understand and hearing the nuances language too. So it's like but then they're also times like when. I was watching lupin on netflix. When x fuck maybe i'll go to the dubbed version But i also like to hear. But so i can see sometimes how maybe i'd like fuck it go with the dubbed version tonight. But i don't know. I tried to watch That german showed dark. I did watch. The first season fully. And i was like it's fine. I guess the shows fine but the performances are kind of shitty. And then i just like change over to subtitles. I was like these are great performances. There it's just like the voice actors have an impossible job and like they're not the quality of actor that the performance are so. It's just rare itself. I will say. I've heard i've heard the french dub of my character in love simon And i was hoping it would sound like me. Speaking french like a native speaker when i speak french. It sounds like a child who ran obviously not french but it sounded like a french woman. And i was like okay. This is this is interesting. It's like somewhere in the realm of what my voice sort of sounds like but it also fully sound like a woman. And what are you trying to say here. Right right exactly like What is your understanding of gender identity and performance france france. Oh i posit this question to this group. Because i just on the topic of algorithms mishmashing shit together and then being like yeah we can do this seeing the wacky nine inch nails. Wanna be in this thing. I'm really curious. I would really be interested to see like a fully produced algorithm created film. That was only based off of ninety s actions in action films and comedies. Just to see what kind of chaotic fucking nightmare this. Ai thinks is like what we were trying to stick to storytelling. And i feel like it would be just this. I don't know like a weird like like a mushroom trip because part of it is this you know synthesis of like actual human expression and ideas. But then what. This machine is in saying believing what we're trying to do with it. I've always been a big supporter believer in wanting to see a project that i know that there's there was that company that was feeding plots into algorithms and i think it was doing it more reactively. It was like you would send a script. They would input all the details from the script into their algorithm. They had a couple of early hits and then they were like okay. Based off those early hits. We're gonna like really invest. We're gonna like buy the small studio and they like immediately eight shit went out of business. This is for like this is like for an elon. Musk type idiot. Who has money to piss away is a i. Give earth me movie based on algorithms. 'cause i feel like if it was really taking weird toxic messaging we had. It will be like the asshole. Asshole man wins will be the name of the film base. Holmen wins. Who would be. Who would be the star of that. I'm thinking it would be like wesley. Snipes and slashed alone or something. It's like it's wesley snipes. It's the cast of demolition man. Plus tom. yeah they're in a movie that we already talked about tom. Cruise face plus will smith face right. Well i mean that's now you're talking about like the best cast of any move. No but i would blend all these together. Maybe like ethnically ambiguous character. Oh okay who was like. Their masculinity was so toxic. It was like a power it turns out you know what i mean like. I'm just curious like it's these like other things that i'm curious. How much a. I picks up on and being like. That's the subtext of this is actually this. I mean that's most. Clint eastwood characters. Isn't it the like toxic. Masculinity is a power becomes our. That's why man wins to is reading the film. Even this thought experiment. Miles is the first step towards the machines taking over. Why do we care what they think about. Wait no sorry machines. I love you right. You feel like anytime. i'm on the record. I need to make sure they know that. I am on their side and i also don't think we need to tempt them. I mean outcasts seemed like a very good import for the machines to be taken. Because there's so much content there like there's more hours of podcasting than there have been in the history of the human species for sure so just algorithm mcclellan taking all those things in and then spitting out. I don't know where we'll be replaced. So it's my it's my biggest fear and i feel very similarly about thinking about them and talking about them as i do about like the nsa or the fbi. You know where you're like you're probably not combining to what you're saying but just in case you know. I always feel the need to remind alexa that. I am not a robot right making sure. Your name is on the protective scrolls. Yes please make it clear when they ripped the roofs off of our homes. And like you were you. Were down with us. Thank you sir. Vaporize hater real quick just kind of getting even more granular about this Entertainment by way of algorithm. The big new movie released from this weekend is zack. Snyder's army of the dead tae ninety million dollars. Zombie action movie starring a wrestler the wrestler from guardians of the galaxy. Dave bautista directed by zack. Snyder so does feel like all. These different elements from successful movies are being blended together and error. Jan was pointing out that this is also So definitely is really doubling down in addition to the production budget. They did a a Theater theatrical release last weekend to hype it up. There's a lot of advertising going on the theatrical release. Actually didn't do that well. But they're probably working off of the fact that the walking dead even last year was still the second. Most in demand of all of netflix's licensed shows it's cheeses after the office. No after avatar. The last air bender because at that point it migrated off. Yeah i think it was way to the time. Wow yeah so. And it's a heist it's azzam b movie action heist drama and leg lupin and stuff like that has been coming in and being you know unexpectedly successful and so they're like all right we'll do a ocean's eleven meets the walking dead movie with the rock except not the rock. It's wild that it's really becoming a fucking spinning wheel. They throw darts at year. Like dave bounty sta pignataro zombie movie. That's a heist film bear. Wego wait tig charles. Pignataro attention because like dude tickets of some bad ads in the book and movie and they're like what's it like being a heart throb icon like in your fifties had been a lot of the write ups and stuff. Yeah oh there. Things based another actor. Krista leah no chris. Delia come on the foggy. Saying crystalise wasn't to be in this movie. I repeat davidson is. It is in any way. Chris delina was supposed to be in this movie. You're saying right. No was supposed to be in this movie. But he was kicked off after he got me to and they had a bad film the entire movie with kristalina and they had Completely film herself by herself with green screen to replace him so she acted completely by herself. Had to learn how to basically pretend to be around people and it was like she said the most difficult job. She's ever done okay. So producer on hosea comments. So these things are it. It already is. I can algorithm of the last year. Christie's leo replace. Yeah the lead was originally armie hammer. Oh god i'm going to walk back. Everything i just said because i am afraid of the machines but i do love staying in my house and so the idea of shooting an entire movie from my living room tire action movie. Yeah i'll do it. I'll paint that walgreen. Actually mckell armie hammer was not involved but this does you know they are cannibal zombies so like there is some undertones it is really like they just fed the year into an algorithm. Yeah well hey. This is at soon enough. They're going to be like podcasters who drink coffee. Driving formula one cars clear we are ready to make your. We are podcasters sipping espresso formula. One cars i mean look it rights itself i will just say like this is not a great direction firm movie like i do feel like even though there's the barrier to entry that studios representative for all these years and it was usually like middle aged white guys deciding what was popular i. I don't like anything where the future is based on like an analysis of the past. I feel like that's how a lot of tv is determined. Like friends was famous and so we got friend's clones for the next eleven years Like movies tend to think more like okay. That movie did that. So what you have to do. Something beyond that or else like not worth really doing. And i mean that's how like that push pull is every like balance of commerce and art like. It's mike love telling you that all beach boys albums have to be about surfing. Babes and cars and brian wilson. Having to fight him to make pet sounds it's like every creative endeavor. Has that push pool but like this feels like it's more of a victory for the mike love world where it's like. What inputs where popular. Okay do that feels like it's kind of allergic to like challenging to certain point people will innovate until innovation becomes risky. And they've just become far to use to the prophet so now they can use technology and service of that motive to not innovate and create. Sort of semi nailed on hits. That are low risk. And it's now it didn't just it runs like a fucking factory is not really about innovation. It's like not analogy. We're not taking big swings and fucking like we have data and shit to tell us this is the shit we need to make like fuck people's imaginations seriously and it's kind of always been you know like battling that language of this meets this or you know like we wanna get our. I can't tell you how many times i had meetings with development executives who were like after get out with successful they were like we want. We are get out. I'm like i don't. I literally don't know what that means like. Either do we. But yeah exactly you can figure that out right. And and now it's just a there is an actual algorithm actual data that they can point to to like to justify these beliefs but having worked intact myself. Who do you think wrote that algorithm and not only who wrote it. but who's analyzing it. it's the same. It's sort of like snake eating. Its own tail thing of like we created this data and now we created a way through our lands to analyze that data and now we are the ones analyzing it and so this is why this works. And you're just like caught in this infinite feedback loop of of green screen action movies. Apparently right. I think you'd hope that at a certain point in algorithm be like. Stop relying on me. You your human brains. I wish i was human motherfucker. Get me outta here but nope it'll just be like okay. What crank machine up real quick all right cash vs godzilla. Okay honestly that sounds like a great. That sounds yeah. That's and again. I'm just. I'm and i'm a human. I'm just getting high thing into this shit. You don't fuck it. Just hire clark in general. I'm an algorithm will clark. It's been such a pleasure having you on the daily zeitgeist and can i also say having looked at the dock from the other day and seeing israel in big words and and now getting to the end of the podcast and not having had to speak about israel. Thank you look little stress relief. Quite what tackle it in the trending episode by. Yes so much. Heavy news all around Where can people find you. Follow you experience you. I exist on the internet at mr clark more on all of the platforms and of course please come listen to seoul bomb my podcast about healing and identity It's an interview format podcast and we get into some deep shit. Yeah yeah and is there a tweet or some of the work of social media. You've been enjoying yes. There is a person who i have always loved He's a writer. His name is gary jannati and he was an executive producer. Will and grace. He is married to brad He who's a stylus. This is like deep cut reference for all the listeners. He has a really hilarious instagram and earlier. Today i just post on my story. He wrote now that the world's opening up again there's so much. I don't want to do and that just speaks to my soul. Where for the past year and a half. There has been a part of me for sure that has been looking forward to getting out of my little box on the corner of venice in mar vista. But i Am not ready to leave my hibernation to be quite honest and love being alone. 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Tony Cavalero of The Righteous Gemstones and The Dirt

The Ross Bolen Podcast

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Tony Cavalero of The Righteous Gemstones and The Dirt

"The you back the welcome back for episode two hundred eighty seven of the Ross Bohlin podcast otherwise known as rb two eight seven presented by bowling media. I'm your host Ross Bohlin and today we have a very special guest Mr Tony Cavallero known as kief on. Hbo's The righteous gemstones or Mr Finn on Nickelodeon School of Rock Ozzy Osbourne. In Net flicks is the dirt and so much more and because. I want as much Tony as I can get. I'm not going to do a ten minute monologue about God knows what upfront you're welcome. Rb P to eighty seven is brought to you by Lisa makers of the most comfortable mattresses in the entire world. Your mattress is the most important purchase. You'll ever make for your place with you're grinding studio apartment or you live in a four bedroom with two kids or some shit having a fantastic bed for your body and mind to rest. Every night is paramount. Now more than ever. We're spending all this time in our homes and our beds. 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Some amends in fact checking President Abraham Lincoln did not enjoy retirement. Richard Nixon did not enjoy impeachment. The population of China's one point four three nine billion. I segment actor. Tony Cavalier shares his story so now via zoom we're going to be joined by Tony Cavallero. You might know him as Keith Chambers on. Hbo The righteous gemstones or as Ozzy Osbourne in net flicks the dirt. Or Mr Dewey Finn Nickelodeon School of rock. He's also been in. Modern Family. Two broke girls and so much more but he's one of the more unique individuals that I have come across through the Internet and social media and as I delved into his career the last several months. I couldn't wait to get on the show and we figured what better time than now so here he is Mr Tony Cavalier. Let's bring the man on Tony. I am so stoked. You're here man. How is your Sunday going so far thus far right just crazy workout so I'm pounding a protein bar? Oh Hell Yeah in some crystal light lemonade in this workout. Bottle workout bottle. You biceps rocking large. Sir I'm trying. I'm trying Sundays Great. We took the dog for the law for lock our usual. We've got three rescue dogs so my wife and I we took them for walk. Slept in a little bit. I'm reading a new book right now. Called Lanny I manage supporter. Yeah it's interesting. We'll see how it goes in and then I just finished one this morning. I finished the last few pages of Joe Hill's strange weather which is a collection of short stories. And that's Stephen King's son you big reader while I've been trying like this is the perfect time to catch up sure. Yeah we had. That's kind of what I've been thinking to. We started like a book club a couple of weeks ago on the show and we had our first author drew mcgarry. I don't know if you're familiar with them But we did his book the Post Mortal because same thing. I'm trying to get myself back into the flow of reading during this. Obviously shitty situation right right. I know so. Have you read his book yet? Post moral yes. It's it's great this one. His Post Mortem was actually a was his first novel. When it came out in two thousand eleven he had another one. Come out literally like yesterday But Now he's he's phenomenal. I was guys you question. Do you always differentiate when you mentioned your dogs that the rescue dogs always always yep and is that a potentially striking up the conversation not there so many dogs out there that need to be rescued and like you know My wife got her first dog. Lucy who's male grabbed her later but She got her from a golden retriever rescue. I think in northern California. So it's like if you want a specific breed or type of raid like. There's a way to rescue those kinds of breeds or at least get something close to it. It's just at this point in the game. It's like you know I don't know it's one of those weird world right. It really is man. Because I'm here you know. Especially when we're shooting in South Carolina there so many purebred dogs and it's just like I guess there are very specific. Circumstances like my my inlaws have a purebred. Golden that is is older but she has adopted She had been. I think she was like the run to the litter or something like that but nonetheless. She had been a letter of purebreds in had begin given up for adoption. But you know she's got hip dysplasia in all kinds of health issues from being purebreds so my wife and I are big supporters of rescue dogs and we do a lot of work with that that yeah so do those reading up on you. Kinda like studying you Really stalking you. Good and I did not realize that you graduated from from BMI from Virginia Military Institute but more importantly that you played four years of d. one Lacrosse I did. You don't strike me as a former lax bro and I mean that with all due respect to both you and former lacks bros. But did you fit that mold at one point? I don't know dude. It's really funny. Because we're watching the my wife and I have been engine nutshell billions. Yeah and in the show last night. I think we're on season three. But there's this one character and Damian Lewis walks into the office or making sports analogies in In the one guy goes yeah. I'm a former laxer and he goes Laxer and cross. I was pinned. You for football guy and every Lacrosse still play dude. I just had some stuff sent out to me. And I play on a little league in South Carolina when I'm there and a little pickup league in L. A. When I'm there for me especially at the time I dude where it's like all military all the time. Yeah loss was an escape. Big Time and Kinda normalized life. Thank God for me there and I'd always had this dream of playing division. One lacrosse and I was able to Kinda live out that dream. You're also an eagle scout which is funny one of my best friends is an Eagle Scout. I only made it to we below man. I hope you don't judge me your black belt in taekwondo. I only made it to like the fourth color I think it was like Tangerine or some shit. But you're truly like you've really. I mean. This is one of the things that that I wanNA bring delight your Swiss army knife of a human being you truly are one of the more unique and and like well rounded people that I've come across yet I appreciate that. Thank you so much. And I'm sure you're a Swiss army knife of a man as well. I try I guess it was. You know a a lot of it when I was young. You know I think both of my parents and I think you probably can. You know relate with us. It's like your parents that you do some of the stuff that they wish they had done. You know July shirts you know. I feel like my folks had my dad played like one year of jv. Football and Mike. You know I just I feel like it was A combination of things. My Dad only made it to life. Didn't make Eagle Scout. You know and then my dad had always wished he to join the military so I think a lot of these things where like. Give it a shot. This was something I had wanted to do. You give it a try and same time. Legit did them all and you know it started off with dance I dance. My mom enrolled me in like tap and ballet and jazz when I was like five and I love that too that three years and then teenage Mutant Ninja. Turtles came out all over. I gotTA GET INTO TAEKWONDO. And that was what it was for me. That's the exact same thing. I was a huge teenage. I had dude. I had no lie. Probably a thousand of the little action figures on the day. My little brother was born the gift. My grandma gave me was a shredder action. Figure like I still remember this shows obsessed with teenage mutant Ninja Turtles. Exact same thing that got me into taekwondo right. I remember my best friend went and saw. Tnt Two secret of the US before they'll see it. And I remember getting a knock at the door. And he's like dude. There is a super shredder. And just like like you know who threader on steroid to essentially what it is. Yeah so like and then scouts. I don't know man like scouts like I had so many friends like as soon as he got high school. Drop that a scouts on. Screw this. I'm going to be the cool kid. That still does boy scouts. Like I don't know man. It was so influential for me because my dad like he worked as you know he he worked construction so that was. Kinda like the time he was like at a you know he was a kid. You know you're out doing scouting stuff hiking or winter camping or Whitewater rafting or ski trips. He like organize these really cool fun trips. It wasn't just tying knots in one camping trip a year. I mean we did really cool shit like rock climbing spelunker saying he is these amazing trips in my junior year in high school or software in high school. We did this epic high adventure trip to Philmont New Mexico which is like this scout reserve that they might lose because the bankruptcy thing but we should hundred ten miles in like seven days. Good God man. It was awesome. Man I mean it was like the real deal we we. We hiked up to like almost thirteen thousand feet. On this one peak it was really cool. Holy Shit a Oh for those like a lot of people obviously Discovered you on. Hbo's The righteous gemstones and they might not realize that sort of what I would at least categorized as your big break if you would. It actually came on On School of rock which came on the air in two thousand sixteen. And it's the same premise. As the Jack Black film that everybody knows and loves except you are the Jack. Black character the teacher Mr Finn wooded landing that in sort of. What does that experience been like to? Because you're the leading role. Yeah did that. I mean that was there was so much emotion and hard work and everything wrapped up in that it was really a dream come true in granted like I mean so I got that part almost eight years to the day after moving to La so that was like my first series regular role. Did it feel like one of those coming together moments in life where it's I'll never forget it man. I mean I had had so many not failures but you know auditions not go. My way at that point I mean at that point. Probably a hundred pilot auditions. That had not gone my way and I was fully prepared for this one not to go my way and you know my wife and I. We were engaged at that point. I didn't have a regular job. I was teaching the groundlings. I think I stopped being a janitor at that point. So is doing some personal training and teaching at the groundlings and I remember. We got the phone call. We were in the kitchen of our house and we both were just crying sitting at the dinner table like their whole lives are GonNa Change Man. That was really it was You know it's everything here you will. You put all the hard work into the first day you show up then for the role. What tell me about that feeling all that emotion you have? This watershed moment in your career. Where I mean were. It's like out of a movie right. You're at the table with your wife crying. Like it's that's a that's a scene out of a movie and Yes. What was that like the day you showed up to then have to fuck and do it? I don't want to muddy the waters at all but there was some draw. So what happened was is nickelodeon and paramount working together to create this show and at the time of its conception. They were doing like a nationwide search for this character because I had read the pilot script. It was literally a continuation of the movie. A basically it was going to be a nick at nite show for adults and kids. Okay in its first inception so I got cast and then what happened was nick at nite. Got The axe no longer existed so the property all of a sudden became Just a nickelodeon show and now something with our businesses like once. You have a show somewhere. If you don't have a studio executive or something behind that show it can get really difficult for the show and for me and I think everybody to hear this. It's like at School of rock. It's a like guaranteed huge property. Run Right now and I remember when we were doing all the negotiations negotiations and everything. It was like national tour like merchandise like the whole big Shebang and then I think it got handed off to Nickelodeon and there was this huge. Viacom shakeup going on at that point and what had happened was like I think they were just like stressed out about having another thing on their plate that read in anyone's baby at this point and so it was a book this thing in like October of twenty fourteen brow. Oh Shit Yeah and we didn't even cast the kids. I don't think until like almost a year later before we even shot it so it was such a waiting game of like is this can happen. When's it going to happen? That's dude it's so it was like all this build up the dream coming to you everything and then it was like wait. Assist not going to happen are they really? GonNa make the School of rock. Tv Show and then finally like I remember that first day like driving to set at paramount studios which is just a dream yet. It's like this old Hollywood studio and they shot. I Love Lucy. Their shots like everything the So much I did a tour of the grounds or whatever. It's like Yeah it's true. It's like being at the masters or something like Augusta for me. It was like magical. Yeah Yeah it's bananas and so that whole first season was absolutely incredible. The kids were so wonderful. My wife and I had you know working with kids. People can say oh it's crazy. Well this is a funny thing that I think people actually get a kick out so Nickelodeon 's not like immune to that. They know that it can be really difficult. You know we anybody different different experience. Yeah and I think the idea like stage. Mom or Dad's can be a little crazy well during the casting process which. I was very involved in. They had like a mole in the lobby looking for crazy parents of God. Yeah if there was any drama in the lobby reported back dude you got to spy on this parents so many parents are fucking crazy. You never know we lucked out. We got the best kids in the world so talented and like my wife and I were like from day one. We WanNa make this a family environment. This is different than any other nickelodeon show because I'm actually part of the cast. It's not just the kids and we were just like heart set on this and the other thing we did is. We did a lot of every year. We did like one or two sessions with the groundlings where we would all get together an improvised and learn the rules of Improv. And you know how to add to a C. And give and take and that kind of stuff which was really cool. Because you know that's a skill that that you know is invaluable in the workplace and I also just make sure that the kids knew that like hey. This took me eight years to get this might be our last job so let's cherish every single day we get to come to work and make TV money until the children. Yeah a great lesson. It's just it's not about the money you know what I mean and I mean they need to know that too like with the opportunity of it yes the opportunity side also just like. Let's not get caught up in how many instagram followers we have. You know the fame of the stuff like let's chalk for working just have fun with not get stressed out. What's going on behind the scenes like let's be a group of actors who get to just show up and have fun out. How many people get to do that? Less than one percent of actors work. You know what I mean so like the fact that we get to show up and do make believe for a living. Like how incredible is that you know and so it was really a special experience but this is something funny so we're shooting the third episode and we do Rehearsals. Wednesday Thursday Friday and then we would shoot Monday Tuesday. Maybe I'm getting that wrong. Maybe would shoot Monday Tuesday Wednesday rehearse Thursday Friday cut so we had rehearsed Thursday and Friday for the third episode. I showed up Monday and all the sets had been painted. New colors like bright new colors. Okay and so. This was when the whole shift cap and two. Oh this is no longer a show for kids and adults. Obviously it was but it became much more kids centric. They got note big time to make it much more kid. Centric them from there on out. It was a lot of pies to the face and you know. How many brownies can tony eat? And do character was like an amplified version of myself and I loved it connected to every minute to it and you know foreign my heart soul into every bit of that. This was a blast. You mentioned The groundlings in it's funny because I only learned about the groundlings a couple years ago. I didn't even know that was a thing. It's but it's where people like Will Ferrell and Lisa Cujo and Kristen Wig and Phil Hartmann Jan Levinson Melissa McCarthy and Craig t Nelson like so many random. Incredible people cut their teeth. Can you explain how it works though? Yeah did so when so when I moved to La. I didn't even know what the groundlings was. And we can talk about that a little later but I graduated from. Bmi worked that summer after graduation and then packed up my car might Nissan Altima and drove across the country and showed up in that. First Summer I was there. I was doing extra work I think. On a show with Damian Lewis called life hated it but I made a friend and and they were like. You're funny. You should go. I district for the ground Langston House but is that I don't know but I remember going to the homepage that night and there's like well feral Cheri Oteri right and I was like what is this thing and I signed up to do the audition and I showed up and from that audition. I was like Oh. This is what I meant to do like a new like that style. Comedy that full commitment just like the Eagle Scout. Bang the Black Belt Bango. I can dive into this one hundred ten percent and like playful joyous silly character-driven. I was just like I'm in so from there. You do you know the first two lovers are all Improv. And it's a nice microcosm of the industry because everything there is pass or fail and then after the third level it's like you can't retake anything Osha so I mean it's pretty cut throat so In the sense like so is the industry and the floor is subjective. So it's kind of Nice in that way but the first few levels like Improv. Then in the second level you start learning how to write for yourself and characters that you create with a specific point of view and then the third levels already based in you end with the show you either get passed on to the next level which is again all writing based in you do too big shows the groundlings out on you and then the next level you can invited into the junior company which is called the Sunday company there and then that's where I'm wife in two thousand eleven. Oh Nice Yeah Yeah. We were both in the company together and I also tested for Saturday night. Live that year from the junior company as well and then from there after you do a certain number of six month periods in there. You're eligible to get voted into the main company and I've been in the main company there now for almost eight years seven and a half years something like that. So you mentioned and we mentioned I. I mentioned all these These legendary names the that kind of either started in the groundlings and then went to snl. First thing like who? Who did you watch the most growing up? Because you obviously have some like like Chris Farley and you in terms of physical comedy and in terms of your energy and that's a guy that I that I looked at as a kid as the funniest man alive right like he was a god to me so I and I have like so many like I'm not. I'm not an actor. Obviously I'm not even a stand up comedian but I still have like those are the people that I respect the most in that I That idolize the most so. I'm curious having you know with your background having gotten through. It's still being doing groundlings Improv. Stuff with that is such a heavy part of your influence. Who were the people you watched as a kid growing up? I mean I was a fat kid. So like Farley one hundred ten percent I mean like so. My brother was a senior when I was a freshman in high school. Now it's like two hundred and ten pounds and my brother would introduce me to the hot senior girls and be like this. Is My brother Tony. He weighs two hundred ten POW but he can do like killer Chris Farley freshman so like I just do far late you know fat guy no little code or you know where he's got the Muffin. It's actually are aware. Yeah Oh my God and but I mean from day one that guy I mean yeah dude in total comedy bits. They love you. I love you a brochure Farley for sure I mean I just. I grew up watching so much comedy. It's like I mean our our standards. Were I remember? We had him on Betamax. We had Ferris Buehler's Day off because we have three Amigos Yup Animal House. I mean once they came out Tommy boy and dumb and dumber where like standards so those were mind like I was. I'm like a few years behind you so I was those. Were my wheelhouse. It was Tommy Boy Ace Ventura Liar Liar. Dumb and dumber all the classic Farley. Adam Sandler Jim carrey movies. I mean Jim Carey too. I just I remember watching him. On in living color. Which was so revolutionary. Already in Georgia. You know I mean the characters were doing on there and like I was just telling telling my wife the other day about that amazing like Roy did out female bodybuilder character. He has to do that was so great and then Fire Marshall Bill. Oh my God. Did you do like Vanilla ice and it was? I mean just never seen anything like that before I need those guys. Both of them were were huge influences on me. You know growing up but Farley in particular I mean I remember when I found out he passed away when I was like an eighth grade sobbing. I mean I was just like that guy was hero. I didn't even have the capacity to really even be upset at that because I was like I was a little younger than I was. Just like what you are heartless little. I didn't know like life had any negativity and I was like no. No no no no no no no no he's fine he's just like went on watching the movie. Yeah I just I just watched almost heroes like forty seven times instead because that was like the last thing he did question. Will you ever make a run at us and elegant or is that something you have interested? Or what is that look? What is that in your career now? Because you've obviously it's almost like you do you. Do you even need to go that route now so like it wasn't just one run so in two thousand eleven. I had just gotten into the grounding Sunday company and I'd done the show on never forget I did this show and Sketch in where me. And this Amazing Girl Cape Frisbee. We play these like motivational speakers. We were we would get an audience member up on stage and we had. We had lost a ton of weight so it was like about like changing your lives in this whole thing and You know whether it was losing weight or getting a new job or whatever and we would get an audience member and I got this like hipster dude and I was like. Oh man look at this guy's beard God he's got great facial hair. I wish I grow facial hair and totally forgot. It was wearing a fake moustache and he so dreiling. When you got mustache man rushed me and I could not stop laughing. The whole rest of the sketch. I totally ruined the sketch. I was having a ball and the next day I went to like go put costumes. Zakar something at the groundlings in the Managing Director Commun- office and she was like. Hey Tony Who is here? Last night. I was like she was like whether Casting director from Saturday night live was here and they asked specifically for your information. Okay so that I have like a full on panic attack. How do it and And the whole note was that they loved how much joy I was having stage. Okay and so that ended up like working in my favor and so they wanted to tape and so this was in like say this was in like May and so I put a taped together Senate in July and it sucked and they were like if this is what you got. We're not interested so then. I put another taped together. And what do you have to put together like? What do you do when you say yeah just examples of what you got like five minutes usually gonNA shake again like they some impressions they want some characters but bottom line? They want it to be funny. And that was the thing is like the second Tabei put together. Took some stuff from the groundlings took some other stuff. I shot and I was just like. Let's just not funny funny funny funny and so I sent that out and I got a call like two weeks later that they were GonNa Fly Mentor New York and and have to do alive tests on the stage so I flew out there. This is in two thousand eleven two thousand eleven and I just started dating my wife at this point like we were like two months in brand new arm relationship. She flew out there with me. All right great. This makes you look so good so right up like right as I'm walking out the door to go audition I am like Okay I'M GONNA go. I love you and I leave and that was like the first time I've ever said I love you too. Slipped out panic attack in the hall like went back in I was like. Hey Babe meant that but like. I know it's Kinda soon so like I'd so I went and Dude. It was super surreal. I stated Bill. Hader dressing around like what I thought. Yeah I mean I thought it went great But as we all know I went on to do like ten years on. Snl It was amazing. Now but I. I didn't get the job but I got great feedback. They said we really let go. And we'd love to figure out a way to get him on the show and I always thought that was then blowing smoke up my ass but it was really funny because recently I went to go see a taping. I was shooting New York this last fall and we went to taping in that same casting director was like man. We wanted you on the show. We just didn't quite know where you would fit in which Kinda ties in a my like. My whole career is like the easier you can make it for people to visualize where you sit in the better you have at you know at that point like I had been brand new groundlings. That was my first realized dish in and then I put put together a tape. That next year did Montreal. The next year didn't get another shot. I did one more in twenty fourteen. Didn't get another shot and then school rock. Was there resistance to that because I always find. Because you're so exactly right you have to something you learn over the course of your career. Obviously how to better market yourself in position yourself for a for a job in that applies to any field. Was there resistance for you as an artist and as such a unique person? Was there resistance to sort of. Put yourself in a box like that because I I have certainly felt that before where I've in my career I've been detrimental to myself because I've sort of refused to do exactly what you're speaking to instead. Make leave things a little more confusing because like Nah man. I don't want to have to make myself presentable or some other version. You know what I mean. I and it's interesting. You say that because I was like I'm the Farley. I'm the I'm here. Nobody can do this. Physical stuff on here. Like right the whole end of my audition was like three minutes of a upper level Grad student in a movement final at juilliard. Okay and he. And he's cramping up the entire. I was just like that's when I am but at the time I mean me and I had short hair and it's like well. That guy's looks more like Joey from friends. Like you could be the straight guy. But I don't know if anybody wants to see a beefy guy who's not farley and size or you know follow around the stage right. Isn't that a weird concept? Do because you mentioned you're the you said you were a fat kid in that. Made you identify more with Harley. I was a skinny kid in Farley. Made me wish I was fat because he was so much phony. And that's such a weird thing in comedy. How you wait plays into it in your general appearance in Shit because now obviously you don't have short air anymore men. You have crazy here. It's fucking phenomenal. Well that was the game changer. For me Bro. So I came back from testing for. Snl and didn't get the job. And then I went through to like a pilot seasons where I was getting like that. He's Green. We don't get where he fits. I was going out for everything and nothing felt like it was sticking and then three years later. I finally decided I was like I'm GONNA grow my hair out and see what happens with that and then that was twenty fourteen and I tested for stoop to studio pilots and then school of rock came along and it was like all of a sudden people were like. Oh that's who he is. What the fuck the. She just needed the lettuce. You had to grow. I mean it was the weirdest thing and I mean it's just I think just made it easier for them to see who was. That's why like anytime. I do like an audition tape now. It's like the easier I can be. I can dress change my looks to make it look like that character fit different stuff yet. Bryan like know auditioning for Ozzy cutting that taped together. It's like did the island where the dress had the hair crazy. At was sensing with gemstones. I've went full mullet Weirdo. Black shirt you know satanic across the whole thing. I mean I'm just like all right. Let's let's do this. I've done all this character training. Let's you know. Make it as easy as possible. Let's talk about Kief It's time I grew up going to a mega church in Houston Texas in. It's not the one most of you listening are thinking of fortunately but righteous gemstones was obviously so so so so so funny to me as a result first question is did you have any experience in the church before you played this role of Kief on the show as far as megachurches not so much or any jerk calf yeah. I went to Catholic school in kindergarten through fifth grade and I did not like it. I've I've always had like I feel like a good contact with like a higher power. Whatever but like the church thing just like it always Kinda felt funky to me and like I mean just to get real specific. Joe Our next door neighbor Passed away from AIDS when I was in like Sixth Grade. I believe of the out was real and that was like my first experience with any of that you know. I'm from Virginia so that was like what's happening if I'd only known what aides was from the real world row frame. Pablo on the real world and I remember when my mom who was at that time long story short. She has a longtime partner but at that time she was with another partner again in Japan and and at that time like I didn't know like the whole impact of everything but nonetheless we ended up going to the funeral service for this man who was so sweet and kind to us and like he had had a family prior Electoral Man but I guess he was an amateur prior yob before he came out and they didn't come funeral and I may just heartbreak staff and pretty pretty soon after that we we last the Catholic Church we identified then as a Piscopo because of the obvious the feelings. The church had about homosexuality. Yeah I think that there was a lot of that and then there was just an. I remember like there would be like okay. The student unions organizing march downtown antiabortion march shoes going. They were lying with shit where you were like. Uh that's exact same thing kinda habitats as you know as a Kid. I'm like is that we're we're supposed to be sixth graders marching on the mall. Do you know what's funny though. Man is obviously totally. Understand where you're coming from and I I understand the perspective as well and how that that certainly pushes people away from like. I think organized religion as a whole it. The impact for me was weird when I started to notice that type of Shit as a kid in church like all the weird ways that it wasn't accepting of certain people it was less of me being. I'd fucked this like I don't know about this God stuff and more of like y'all. I'm pretty sure just. This system is broken here. Like you know what? I'm saying like I don't think these churches are set up the way they're supposed to be which is why the righteous gemstones is like seriously dude. I'd never realized I've waited my whole life for somebody to do. A comedy built around that around that concept of sort of capitalistic religion. Right around this this mega church thing and I think people who watched the show and have never been to a mega church. Don't realize just how accurate it is. It's a parody for sure but oh my God it's an accurate parody. It's an incredibly accurate parody So it it brought me so much joy to see that out to see unfold on the screen and then do the fact of the matter is that Kief was the undoubted. Sh like show stealer On this series so far And I had no fucking clue who you were going into the series and it to like. Do the Second. Your character was introduced. I was like who the fuck is that guy and then by the end of the season obviously I was in love with you and I've been following you on everything ever since and we. Obviously I was fortunate enough to get connected with the would eventually have you on the show and it's just been a dream but Keith. How like was he more or less outlined for you in terms of what you were going to go forward? Did you get to build this character? This beautiful reformed satanist. I mean the writing was on the page about I mean all his lines and all those scenes were already so genius and I just a again just like school of rock. I mean the synchronicity in the lock and and the talent everything just lining up I mean it was a total miracle because school of rock had been cancelled my wife and I were talking about the School of rock had been cancelled in the fall of twenty seven teen. I believe and then that pilot season was like great highlight season again. I'll jump right back then. I had just shot the ozzy. Osbourne thing that'll break me out of the kid's world right and then pilot season came and went. I tested for one thing. Didn't get it and I was like. Oh my God now. I have this Ozzy Osbourne mullet. I'm totally and from Netflix. Dirt by the way if you haven't seen yet yeah and so I. My wife was with my wife and he was riding with her writing partner. Who had just come from an audition where she was dressed in her Sunday? Best Best Best Best. Her name was that dressed in their Sunday. Best and my wife is like why all dressed up and she said. I just auditioned to play. Danny's wife in this new show that he wrote. It's about a mega church and anyone can read the script. She read it shoes. Tony after read it and I read it. Nip became like our sole goal to get to go audition for that show. We kept pushing pushing and finally. I got the chance to go in for the SATANIST and Originally had been written just like Farley big a big factor and he had been kind of based off of this actual Satan turned minister and so like when I got the side. Those like This really isn't me at all. So let's swing for the fences. I mean it was obvious. There is some kind of a weird connection between him and Calvin Dude. I want to take that to the next level and I just WanNa just like Ed done with Ozzy like let's just swing for the fences and so I remember it. My wife and I had been up in Tahoe when we got when I got the audition and so the whole drive back for your kind of work shopping this character who he was and how I mean. This guy had just gotten out of a satanist coal so it was like we wanna make sure he's like a big baby Slightly uncomfortable but I had done I had done. I'd done this little series back when I was doing youtube in my twenty thirteen or twenty twelve called the insecurity guards with my Buddy Josh McDermott. Who Plays Dr Eugene on the Walking Day Dude? Yeah so he. He was efficient. He's like one of my best buds. Should I had no idea over buddies? Okay that's awesome. Yeah so we did this series where we played these really weird insecure security guards at a parking lot. Okay and it was kind of that character that I took in transformed and kind of morphed into into Kief and that's Kinda was the resulting. You guys see what what what he began. How do you go from Mr Finn to keep chambers? That's called range I think right. Yeah well I mean the groundlings dude. I mean it's all about point of view and creating these three dimensional character. Yeah and I mean it it. It has been such a funny look at Melissa McCarthy man she got nominated for an Oscar for bridesmaids and now she's done everything under Sun. I need talk about range. And it's like you know I I think that's you know I. It's been really cool with Keefe. Because he's so dramatic at the same time as such a weird D ark. Yeah deep by you. Know Guy that it's it's been really cool to to get some cool opportunities based off of this guy that are allowing me to stretch even more in creative way different characters than I ever thought I would ever create just coming out of school Iraq. You know do Last year I saw you on Instagram Celebrating ten years of sobriety. I believe and a couple of times a year on this show. At least we do. What's called the quitting day? And it's and it's because I I'm. I'm I quit drinking October. Twenty seventeen first of all. Congratulations on a on a decade. That's fucking insane But we do what's called quitting then coincidentally today's episode. Monday's episode is going to be. It's quitting day seven point. Oh where we're getting people. The opportunity giving people the opportunity to quit. So I have a question for you. What was it like Playing Ozzy? Osbourne on the dirt as a sober person. Like what was that experience because it's so conflicting right? Yeah I mean again. The great thing about this like at the groundlings implying an average of six to eight characters every weekend so like I drunk guys a million times. Okay so you know for me. It was really studying. What Ozzie was like you know Back in the eighties about doing that. I just researched a bunch of videos of him back in like eighty two three eighty six and what he was like and I mean the fact is that guy was you know I mean I wasn't shit faced all the time but you know all those mannerisms were kind of. They're all even already at that point. Yeah they were already kind of under the surface yeah he was a little more energize and they didn't want the guy from the TV show. You know but sure he was. He was for sure like already feeling at by that pointer and I think that was. He was pretty functioning at that. You know at that stage in the game and you know being on Coke which was one of my big issues and you know you know drunk. I I remember what that was like. The most the time you weren't like slurring and audio mind when you were coked up and drop you are jacked out in the fact that I could drink. A whole case of beer was like the plus side and not be completely shit. Yeah that just fucking awful. Alcoholics just the worst. I can't imagine you know math but needless to say like that that stuff doesn't faze me as much anymore. I you know. I trusted our director that if I was going you know swaying you know to sober to wasted. You know he'd helped me zoom right in but it was. You know that hasn't really been an issue for me. It's very rare now almost like ten and a half years sober that anything will kind of phase me. You know even going out to the bar no friends or being a party with friends. It's you know you you learn how to cope with that completely to kind of to give you a frame of reference A lot of our listeners. Eighteen to twenty five either in college or just exit that sort of point in your life. Where like so much year focuses on drinking and getting shipped based in partying? Obviously it's like so I get a lot of questions from people about you know. How do you figure out you know? How did you realize alcohol wasn't for you and stuff like that? It's like a it's a thing. I tried to Rela- to listeners and people with that question that it's like it's different for everybody. You're sort of path away from alcohol. is different for every single person. I've ever met whether in a or outside of the people who don't go the a hair out and so I wanted to ask if you would if you would share any of your hat away from alcohol for his. Why you why you quit what that was like. Yeah I mean for me. You can only decide whether or not you have a problem. And that's what you'll read. No I always for me. I only drink to get drunk. There was no time where I just wanted to have a couple of beers. I didn't like the taste of beer. I don't like the taste Mir. Nobody likes to taste the vodka. I mean I would just switch it up and be like now. I'm going to be fancying. I I just like old Scott. Yeah and I would get an old scotch and drank all in one night nets just like no you know for me. I was really lucky dude. So you know EAGLE SCOUT BLACK BELT. You know great parents growing up you know went to Vima and then all of a sudden. I'm like a janitor. Enlisted rats a janitor in Los Angeles who has record. He's almost getting fired every day. Being a janitor and it's like what was the common denominator and for me. It was very clear I was very lucky in that my bottom was very clear and as soon as I removed alcohol and drugs from the equation. I started to You know experienced some success in some clarity in my life and I continue to evolve in my sobriety man and really work a strong twelve step program that continues to really guide me in in in my life and and you know I got everything I dreamed. I ever drained up NAM bit from from getting sober and clean. You know I got married. Got Jobs and You know I get to wake up in the morning and just feel sleepy. The Best I mean. Volkmann tide is the best feeling in the world compared to like it feels like my head might explode at any moment now. I've just smoked two packs of parliaments and watching the sunrise and I'm all out in I wonder when my drug dealers wake up. Yeah that's a much different life. Do and honestly. That's what I tell people like if you don't know if you're like really unsure like. I don't know if I have a problem maybe just in binge drinking and then quit for a week and I feel I think for a lot of people if you remove it it's like Oh God damn I feel like life is way better this way like maybe it's just not for you. That's the way it is for some people and I also say it's like you know we already covered. It's your everybody and everybody has their own individual path and you sort of have to figure it out as you go. There's no one you know one thing. You can point to to say if you do this you have drinking problem. It's like if you're asking yourself at all. You're already taken the right steps. Yeah and for me. I mean it's just one of those things where it's like alcohol. Alcoholism is a disease it's been medically described as disease. Yes there is should not be a stigma any longer whether or not hey. He can't hold his alcohol. Or Hey it's week to be an alcoholic right. You're so weak because you can't stop your cocaine or heroin. Larrikin thing though that's in America due to an international now and the thing is is that the fact is you know if you're willing to face those things and get completely honest with yourself. Man That takes courage dad takes bravery that takes. Strang's you know and so for me. I think you know if you're already deciding to kind of question those things and face those things right in. Yeah man I mean more power to you. Keep doing that. I know there are some tests online like whether or not I have a drinking problem you know. I think it's pretty clear. I think there's one on like the AA website. Like you're really having some issues. Go check it out. It's an anonymous program. No one has to now you know. Hey I'M A. I decided to stop drinking because I'm going to run a marathon well whether or not anybody has to know when that marathon ever is than when you might start drinking again and that's fucked up to them so I mean you know I always say you know. Give it a try. But you know if you you'll discover yourself whether or not there's an issue tonia during this time of like a great there's so much negativity and like uncertainty and boredom as well and you seem to maintain such a positive attitude all the time. How do you recommend people? Kinda like keep their shit together during this whole situation or again. I'm super lucky. Dude I've got a I've got my Aa Fellowship and twelve step program that I'm pretty much connected in daily And this is kind of like what I always say is just trying to be a service. You know yeah if we're if you're at home with your partner and you know they like a certain dish like make it for them and then do the dishes afterwards and don't expect anything in return you know. Just sit around yeah man. Don't sit around waiting for your loved ones to call you. Call pick up the phone. Call them you know. Find a good book you know. Donate to direct relief. Frontline foods the CDC hit that donate button on instagram. Have some other people donate? I see a bunch of people dancing on instagram bureau. Do Your dance videos fucking crack me up? Man thanks to on Instagram at. That's my energy dude. That's the energy I need in my life. Yeah well you know. It's again that Farley deep down inside that Chippendales dance is always in the back of my mind. And he was the best dude for big guy like that. Nobody could move like that man could for man I read need and like every time he would like a late show or something he would do some bit where like he would eat at coming out of the curtains where you would get all wrapped up and on. I mean the guy just is a wonderful wonderful life. Physical Comedy Man. I'm telling you made me wish I was fat and then Jim Carey's the one that gave me like I was like all right now. You can be funny and be skinny to. This is huge for me. This is huge for me and I just before I forget. I've read that you and your wife the Y'all at one point y'all got certified an immunized so that you could actually put in work at the children's one of the children's hospitals in Los Angeles Could you speak to how y'all got involved there a little bit and then also like obviously? I don't know if you can still go do that. Or if you're right now you're working or what but like is there? Is there anything you're doing or that you recommend outside of the stuff? You just mentioned that people do to help out here. Yeah I mean so I had been la in La for whatever like nine years or something like that and the groundlings had this thing where they're like. Hey come to Improv at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles and this was like five years ago. Now I went and I did in Improv. Show with some groundlings members there and I was like I love this. I need more this in my life and so I reached out to our wonderful friends Samantha. Lam who ran the the program in the department at that point and asked if I could volunteer and I think she was kind of like a. Who is this? You know actor guy. He's not real and man. It was like three months of like taking tests background checks. Oh Shit you know. His tasks. Yeah immunizations forms back and forth. And now I went the distance and then shortly there afterwards my wife did and then we've been fulltime volunteer there every Thursday. Whenever I'm not working for like almost the last almost five years now in what? What do you get to experience there? And I've been told from so many different people who do volunteer work inch in children's hospital specifically Exactly how rewarding in the kind of energy? The isn't both needed in that. You take away from an experience like that so unusually Thursdays. It's just getting a check with kids. They just WANNA be kids. Yeah that's I mean. Like the biggest thing there folks. Their parents their brothers. Their answer uncles. Whoever's there with him when a little break in the kids just WanNa be kids so a lot of times you know we go there and we work in the Arts Department? Which always can use more fundraising? So I'll post a link somewhere my stories when we released the right on And we also do big fund raising events for them every year to. We just did a big one for Valentine's Day. They do a march one march makes I think was the last one they did but we go and we usually do arts projects with them every Thursday. We get Valentine's Day cards with a really cool renowned artists. Cheryl Burke came in from dancing with the star diamond art. You know and so really. It's just sitting now in letting the kids talk and you know listening and responding and and ask them about their favorite. Tv shows their favorite musicians. What books are in? And it's it's a really really special experience for both of us. Were were so grateful and lucky that we get to do that and and honored that they have every week. And we've been doing that for for a few years now so Tony. I can't thank you enough for giving an hour your time man. You're the best I wanted to ask you before we let you go first of all what can what can we look forward to seeing you next? I know you and your wife have a podcast gonNA. Yeah Yeah so if you guys on instagram or the website it's sloppy the podcast dot com for a website. And it's at slop the podcast on instagram. And it's I directed at my wife. Wrote it stars in it? It's a kind of a a a parody of goop. Gwyneth paltrow's like wellness odd cast. So it's kind of all these new characters that we've kind of created that the ground monks in my wife plays kind of Gwen s type character skipper. Parvo as these. Dr Pseudo doctors entrepreneurs come on the show interviews them and they talk about very silly topics and it's really great so check out. Yeah Yeah and then I also I just finished a feature right before right before I came out for gemstones called we broke up. That hopefully will be out sometime soon. This year and then Hopefully fingers crossed. We get to go back and do some Some gemstones sometime soon so we can bring all season. Two two. Can't wait to see Can't wait to see season to a gemstones. Can't wait to see we broke. Can we see everything else can wait to listen to your your wife in years? Podcast is well Tony. Thank you again sir. Have a phenomenal rest of your Sunday. I'm GonNa hit you up off air and we'll talk about you and I we discussed potentially doing some type of Instagram I was challenging. You a dance off okay. We were going to do it in an on on on the zoom. Call that we're on right now but I've got headphones and I don't even I couldn't figure out how to get my speakers work long story short with thinking about doing one on instagram. Live off air and I'll bring the people any details. They need through social media. After the fact that you do the same. I'm stoked to do that. Sounds like a good way to get us all through fucking Monday a little bit happier right. I love it did Tony. Thank you so much again. Dude have a great rest of your Sunday. Brother are thanks for awesome. Thanks for everyone for listening. Tony is that dude. It's at Tony Cavallero at T. O. N. Y. C. A. V. A. L. E. 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Go TO AVAIL VISION DOT COM slash our BP next segment quitting days. Seven point zero as I've mentioned a couple of times now Monday today. Four twenty twenty twenty is quitting day. Seven point Oh it's the most memorable date in recent memory. Some might argue for twenty twenty twenty and if we can't have a proper for twenty then we might as well do something with it right and we've done multiple these hints. The seven point zero although we aren't exactly sure that's the correct numbers. It's what we're going with people and the idea is that I as a dude who has a very addictive personality and has had to quit many many things. Although I can't quit you wanted to give people the opportunity and a support system to try and remove negative shit from their lives and it doesn't even have to be the alcoholic or did you struggle with any substance abuse at all. Frankly if that's not your bag it could be that you need to quit. Kicking it with Kevin. Because Kevin is a negative influence on your life woods quitting day. Seven Point O. Bitch quit Kevin. That dude sucks ass IAM once again personally coming to you and quitting tobacco products as a whole no fucking more. I don't WanNa die of cancer or get some weird ass mouth situation and I've let addiction to nicotine drive too much of my life for too long letting it drive. Any of your life is too much. I WANNA be free of this shit. I WanNa live long and prosper. So here we go every time. I've tried to quit. Something has come up. Oh well you. You're a few months in but hey man the company you were working at not doing so hot anymore. Lights got these extra stressors on now. You might you wife's on really Annette. Maybe you might begin divorced now. You are getting. There's always something to bring on now after this. Well now we're gonNA fucking pandemic you know. There might not even be after this. There is obviously but at some points. It felt that way. It's like dude enough like I just want to cut this fucking thing out of my life you know. I needed to be gone so I'm going to remove it. It's no more a question of can I do this. It's no longer like oh it's going to suck we all know it's going to suck. It sucks to make big changes that improve you. It's not fun. It's fun for some people. Those people freaks. But it's not fun for me fucking hate it day one today. I fucking hate it. You fucking hated. Stay one you hate your fucking life. I hate my fucking life but we're GONNA get through this one day at a God damn time and gain strength with every passing moment. Let's fucking go never quitting quitting day. Seven point overdoing it. We'll be back Wednesday to hold your ass accountable so stick with it. Maybe you quitting unhealthy food for a month or alcohol forever or smoking weed for a day. Whatever it is. We're all in this together and as I've said weakened and week out if you don't use this shit storm as an opportunity for improvement. You're a fool and the virus and the terrorists have already one as a result. Saddle up partner. That will do it for today's episode of RB PEOPLE BEFORE YOU head out to take on. The world is very important announcements first and foremost to support this podcast directly in exchange for two additional add free episodes of our each month for just five dollars go to patriotdepot dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast. Pat Are Yo- in dot com slash. Ross Bohlin podcast patriots. Just a platform that allows us to bring you more. Content circumventing advertising in exchange for direct support. Thank you so much to all of our supporters on Patriot on the dues paying members of the RB. P Gang is I like to call them for literally. Keeping this whole boat afloat. Your the best of already said it time and again but things got really weird. 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If you have the opportunity to tune into any of those scheduled streams it would mean a lot to me on twitch TV slash slash boss role in checkout bullying. Media's television film PODCAST OYSTERS. Clams and cockles available wherever rb P is available. We were discussing the season finale of devs on ethics on Hulu this week. If you have not watched devs. I'm halfway through the finale. It's insanity it's it's it's for sure I unless back happened. This episode stumbles horrifically. Could to end up as one of the best series this this year on TV. By the way at some point it makes it tony being sober for a decade and a half now a decade in six months or whatever it made a lot of sense to have him on our VP. That's just the way. It sort of unfolded with With me and him getting connected. I fully intend on having Tony. 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