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Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier with Michael Wallis

Based On a True Story

58:14 min | 8 months ago

Davy Crockett: King of the Wild Frontier with Michael Wallis

"Hello and welcome to based on a true story on today's episode. We're going to learn about the classic one thousand nine Hundred Fifty Five Disney movie Davy Crockett King of the wild frontier to help us separate fact from fiction. I'm excited to be joined by author. Michael Wallace who is the author of the great biography called David Crockett the lion of the West throughout his prestigious career. Michael has won a list of awards that include the first John steinbeck award the Will Rogers Spirit Award the Best Western nonfiction award from the Western writers of America and that doesn't even touch on his induction into the Writers Hall of fame of America the Oklahoma Historians Hall of fame and his three nominations for the Pulitzer Prize. And there's plenty more accomplishments. I could say but you get the idea. Oh and if his voice sounds familiar you might recognize it. As the sheriff from Pixar cars franchise of movies Games and TV series before we get Michael on the line though. Let's set up our game to truth and a lie if you knew the show. Here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true which means one of them is a lie. Are you ready okay here? They are number one Davy. Crockett was responsible for the peace negotiations that ended the war with the Creek nation number two Davy Crockett was captured at the Alamo and later killed by order of General Santa Anna Number. Three the Real David. Crockett met a theatrical version of himself called. Nimrod wildfire got him. Okay now as you're listening to our story today. Your challenge is to find the two facts scattered throughout the episode and then by a simple process of elimination. You'll know which one is the lie. That's the one that we don't mention and of course we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did all right now. It's time to get author. Michael Wallace on the line to chat about the history behind Davy Crockett King of the wild frontier before we get into some of the specific details and storylines that we see in Davy Crockett King of the wild frontier. I was like to take a step back and just get a sense for how a historian and author feels about the movie so overall. What did you think about the way? They portrayed Davy Crockett on screen in the movie. That's a two prong answer to that question. The first Prong is this. How did I feel about it when I first saw the film and I saw the TV show? I was ecstatic. Because I was you know an eight-year-old kid and my dreams came true. David crooked leaped out of that big screen right into my lap and the personage of says Parker. It was everything I thought he would be. Buckskin raccoon have a big long gun. You know killing bears and just bigger than life. So I thought it was great at sort of scraped greg film but as I matured and grew up and became interested in history and of course developed this writing career mine. I learn more and more about the true Davy Crockett. And that's what really sparked my interest in in writing a book. David Crooked King of the wild frontier is perfectly great. If you're a big eyed kid sitting down and watching a rerun of it on the two birds are or even reading some of the vintage books for kids about crack. That largely came out when I was a kid back in the fifties but it was also time to tell the adult story the true story of Crockett and my h my editors agreed and I sat down and opened a vein as I always do in the process of writing and came out with David. Crockett the lion of the West that leads directly into my next question which is round how the movie starts now. According to the opening song in the movie we hear that the years eighteen thirteen and the movie were I to him. As General Andy Jackson leading the fight against the creeks as the song kind of plays out and we see this animated Arrow hitting a fort in the woods. It bursts into flame kind of punctuates the war and this is how we first meet fess Parker's version of Davy Crockett in the movie as a scout. For General Jackson's soldiers. Now was the movie correct and showing that Davy. Crockett was a scout for General Andrew. As opposed to Andy Jackson soldiers partially Crockett did during the creek war as it's called Around the Worby t to become a member of the Tennessee militia and that was all under the command of General Andrew Jackson Old Hickory. Is the Anglo population called the native American population? The Creeks Cherokees various the five tribes that were ultimately removed at point. Abandon it and brought to Oklahoma at that time Indian territory. His name in English was sharp knife. It wasn't old hickory. But he had some interaction with Jackson but he wasn't. He was never constantly Jackson side or conferring with them and so forth but he did serve under him and he served in that creek war but he did not take a lot of pleasure in that war in his experiences experiencing combat and death up close and personal. They're really made a mark on Mr Crockett and ultimately became the source of problem that came to the surface many years later when Andrew Jackson became president another main character that we see at this point was George Russell. Davy Crockett side. Was He actually a real person? As well George Russell played by by the was that sort of David Gear in these type of films and stories in this country and hero has to have a sidekick you know for every Roy Rogers there has to be a not Dale Evans. Pat Buttram it. You just need sidekicks and really what he was composite character. He was a little bit of this guy and a little bit of that guy and served his purpose. This sort of the sun. Chopin's Panza to Crockett's Don Quixote. That's a great great analogy there now in the movie. What kind of thrust into the war between the United States and the Creek Nation? We don't get a lot of context from the movie about what is going on. We just the movie implies that the United States of the good guys and the creeks are the bad guys but of course with any war. It's all a matter of perspective. Can you give us a little bit more historical context for this war? That was going on that. We've seen the movie between the US and the Creek nation. We're sure during those years a war of eighteen twelve which went on for a couple of years. We're fighting Great Britain but a lot of tribes were taking sides either with the The new fairly new United States are and that certainly happened in in the mid South and deep South. Where most of all this conflict took place in over to the eastern seaboard so the Cherokee tribe large significant southeastern tribes trying to get along with the United States in the government but also maintain their own integrity and heritage as the other tribes wanted to the allied with the American forces. And so you had them fighting along with the militias of Tennessee Georgia against the creeks and ultimately what happened is there were many many Of course Jackson and his troops and allies best at the mall. Eventually of course beat them into submission. Henson aimed sharp knife that also it caused some among the tribes. And what it did for. Mr Crockett is raw. Lanky frontiers men as I said experiencing combat for the first time. It really troubled him because he witnessed. We can only be called atrocities burning of villages to killing women. Children everything that every war is cracked up to be and nothing romantic nothing. Noble about war. It is just a to coin a phrase hell and that really was driven home to KROC. He had no problem going out and slain beasts in the forest. He wasn't frontiersman. He was actually a professional hunter. Who's a bear? Hunter probably killed between three hundred fifty nine four hundred bears his life and he he could do that in the didn't bother him but he was. He had no need to see or kill any or see anyone else killed. And that's very important. Because once again I'll refer to years later and we'll get to that point where his decision and how that war influenced him came to cause the end of his relationship as it was with with Andrew Jackson. Green Point there that you know there's a there's a difference between frontiers. Mun and experiencing war there as you were mentioning that though may be curious about. How old was Crockett around that time? Well let's do the math. I don't think this is giving the story away. Crooked died in eighteen thirty six at the age of forty nine much too young so twenty five twenty six roughly. I believe yeah all right in there right in that period and at that time he he was in. He was throughout his adult life throughout his whole life. Actually he was a very vital man. He was very robust. He was a man of the American frontier which started on the eastern coast of the United States and just marched westward and by the time. Crockett had come of age. The frontier was where he lived because of that invisible line had come to the mid South and was approaching the big river the Mississippi and it would be the Trans Mississippi West and we would keep going and going near the to`real we until of course we hit the Pacific shore and so he was just about a decade ahead of that remarkable interesting period. We call manifest destiny which started in the mid forties about a decade after died. And that's that's of course a whole nother story. But he was one of the early foot soldiers. If you will of what became manifest destiny and it would have been interesting to see how he would ever acted. Because again this whole notion that the Anglo population of the country with him. How blessed by this guy who looked down and said you have the manifest destiny your destiny to conquer this whole continent and everyone bought into that because that land can be ours and there's no one out there where there were in fact a lot of people out there a good hunk of their real estate along to Mexico including Texas in that whole Western shore and The entire American South West and from Mexico from today's Mexico border to Canada and it was just the height of arrogance and crooked would probably I would predict have not thought too much of that. He he may have eventually gone after California himself because he was Gypsy foot and he liked to keep on the move but he certainly wouldn't have had the same attitude that many people had about all the many many Indian tribes that lived in that area forever and ever and all the Mexican citizens who resided there again that goes back to his integrity and the fact that he just didn't want to see people die and not be treated as human being. We see a little bit of that. At least I get this implication from movie when we see Davy. Crockett go against the leader of the creeks in the movie. At least it's a chief named red stick and we see this happen with a one on one fight where he tracks down the chiefs red stick and he has this one on one fight with the chief and he ends up beating him. But then chief red stick says he's not gonNA trust the the government because they're not you know he's not going to join the treaty but David. Crockett gives his word that you can go home and live peacefully on your land. It's you know I'm giving you my word. Shake hands and the movie just implies. Oh the war's over everybody gets to go home and live in peace in thanks to Davy Crockett's negotiation skills. He solved everything. It's kind of how the movie shows things happening. But I'm sure that that's not how things actually happened. Can you explain how that war came to an end? And how was Davy Crockett involved in any of that? No I mean that's of course the Hollywood. That's Uncle Walt Disney's version and that's all and good the tied up in a nice little package with a pretty boat. No carpet was not a negotiator. He did not have a famous or infamous battle. Go to combat with chief at all what happened. Ultimately at the close of those house Jackson of course ended up and down on the Gulf coast and the final battle. Really the war. The armistice was bitten had already been written by the time they've been he didn't get the word time in the very famous and romanticized battle do. Harlan's where he enlisted the help of the famous pirate buccaneer Hershon Lafitte and his Ruffians and they killed many of the British soldiers who were walking right into their musket fire and of course as we often do in this country that ultimately ensure Jackson years later his rise to the presidency we love to elect war heroes to office but what the Cherokees were not counting on his that all these gestures about adopting the the white culture and so forth would do them no good they could accept the White Man's God take on his language take on his lifestyle even dress like some of them and they started a plantation system with cotton and which meant they acquired slaves African slaves just like the the white folks did and guess what when the time came Andrew Jackson. Who BY THAT? Time was the president of the United States and no lover of Indians and all had them removed and taken off their land. Their ancestral land was some discovery of Gold Georgia. Well we have to get to that goal. So the Cherokees the creeks the Chart Toes chickasaw seminoles all had to be up rooted in on a variety and many many. Not just one there were many. Many trails appears taking these people from ancestral homes from their native land in moving them into Indian territory. Today's Oklahoma many of them died along. The way marched off at point of Bannet in on land on watery trails of tears. They they came here before that happened. We had Crockett. Risa like really a hero. An unsung hero as we're to take Jackson on and try to prevent that from happening and that story is very important and really virtually unknown by most people who aren't familiar with the true story of Crockett Jackson. Then or is that getting ahead of our story not a lot. We're going to jump ahead some years because what happened to Crockett eventually well. After the creek war as to the rest of the teens and into the eighteen twenties and so forth is that he kept up with his frontier way of life and his wife and children hunting carrying on but he also became interested in politics and he had a natural ability to spellbound an audience with his storytelling and that led him eventually to local office. Stayed Office in. Tennessee. And miraculously this frontier Zeman was elected to the US Congress and that was a time when most of the people in political office on the national level where from the upper classes. So it was. He was really A novelty when he came to Washington but the way he's portrayed and in film is a more of a country bumpkin in any wasn't he was an intelligent man he literate. He's a reader. You know he could really keep an audience stairs. I said spellbound. That's what helped him politically and when he saw what was going on with Jackson in Jackson's cronies in their move to expel all lease Indian tribes to Indian territory. He stood up against it. He stood up against it in the halls of Congress he railed against them in the halls of Congress he told Jackson. Please stop we have trouble. These people enough enough is enough. Let them be any really not only took on Jackson but his constituents so they he betrayed them. He's a wealthy Tennessee. Landowners these poor dirt farmers the squatters all of them one that Indian land. And that's take it. Get RID OF THEM. Put them in their own little place. Let them right out there. An Indian territory and crooked said now when probably one of the most gehring and dangerous moves a political figure could make and it really ended his political career right there in Washington and Jackson and his cohorts found a candidate to run against Crockett for another term in Congress. And he beat him. He was beaten as Crockett. Always like to say he was a fond of coming up with memorable phrases beaten by a one legged man. He was beaten in Congress and the Indian removal bill was passed and then the inevitable happen then. All those trails of tears became filled with the population from all of those five tribes and many more to come today in Oklahoma. If you go into a convenience store a bait shop at Walmart and there's an old creek colonel Cherokee there sometime young and you see a cash transaction being made many times. I've witnessed several times. It's the cashier clerk. Hands Them and change a twenty dollar. Bill they will not touch it. Let's see no give fives or two tenths. I've also seen twenty dollar bills especially down Cherokee country and also the Creek Nation Alcee Twenty dollar bills that I get with an x right across Jackson face so to many. Cherokee people especially in creek crooked was their hero one of the few people who stood up for them and they've never forgotten that that's definitely a very different story than what we see in the movie speaking of that. Though there's the I wanna just touch on this real quick because the way that the movie shows Crockett getting into politics is. There's a shooting scene against a guy named bigfoot mason and he's local bully and you see a scene where again. I'm sure it's just movie magic. Where it just like Robin Hood Split. Scenario crack shoots two bullets into the same hole. Which I'm I'm sure didn't actually happen. But can you go a little more into kind of his path from being this frontier? And you know you. You mentioned he had local politics and then went to Congress but in the movie it shows that it was Jackson who really supported that move. Was that would that not be true? Then that Jackson wasn't really involved in Crockett's rise a political rise. I should say no. I don't think he was a huge super advocate he was not a real paternalistic figure in cracking. And Yeah of course. That shooting match very doubtful. Anything even close to that occurred. But I'll tell you what did occur in. It's kind of a similar to that. What Crockett discovered. Is this gift of Gab. He knew he could tell a story. He could this spin a yarn and like every good storyteller and of course you're listening to one right now we all know as storytellers with each telling of the story. It must get better. And cracking knew that he could go onto literally stump speeches. And that's what that means. He would stand. On a tree stump on a Hickory tree stump Magnolia tree stump and gather people around him and a little settlement or village and keep them laughing with his stories whether he also learned how to do was make sure that there was plenty of good. Would whiskey there to pass around and everybody could get a little harmful of whiskey and it gives them a twist of tobacco he he was literally buying their goodwill if nicotine alcohol and sometimes this made for very amusing situation. There's one I talked about. The book in this often happened to opponents through the same office would often almost traveled together. They were even known at times to even share the same bed at the end but they would go out and it would be a classic debate one would rise speak and go on and on and then the other would take the stage and they all had there proponents there and there was almost a Salvatori scene. You know it was the same as going to public executioner any kind of event of that time or crack it always would rise and say let my esteemed gentlemen whose opposing me speak. I. He always let him speak. I and what happened is of course. Everybody gives the same speech wherever they go. The stump speech and they have almost memorized are memorized. What crack at the same thing? He memorized his opponent. Speech and at one huge gathering where there were a lot of influential people in a very significant event. Crooked said if you don't mind let me speak I let me get my little talk of the way the guy. So that's fine so he rose and soon he was giving a speech and his opponent thought. Wait a minute in looked at and crack it was giving his opponents own speech only of course changing it for to make suited for him and he almost verbatim gave that basically that same speech and then he turned out to the man and sit down and this poor chap what was he going to say. Get up there and say we're Kraken took my speech. He didn't know what to say so he got up there and had the sort of Ad Lib Blubber. It was just disastrous so crooked. Use these ploys to get Washington but unlike Disney's Crockett when Crockett went to Washington. He didn't wear is hunting gear. He he he didn't he treated in all the buckskins animal. Pelts for proper tailored suit trousers. Waistcoat Nice Silk Cravat polished boots. No moccasins as a matter of fact if truth be known. Crockett often didn't wear a coon skin hat. He preferred to wear a big hunters had a Pennsylvania hunters at which is a big hat with broad brim To protect them from the Sun and in my book and the front piece. There's a very famous portrait got Crockett that he post far in Washington and he's wearing they wanted to pose him as frontiersmen so he had to borrow some close to put on borrow a rifle from someone but he's not holding aloft. A big wearing coon skin hat. He has clasping his hand. The Big Pennsylvania hunters had in his feet or some dog smooth hounds. He told the painter before he started. He said if you're GONNA pay me I need some my bear dogs and this image in the events he said I have a cousin that in Maryland who that's fine. How do you said no no? I don't find hounds so the man had since they went to the pound and they went down into the slums of the district and brought in these little dogs or have any said the these are bear. Dogs that was crooked savored image of himself into shift a little bit. I must tell you that. Also Daniel Boone. Who did not know crooked? Boone was from a whole different generation. Really he truth be known and did not like an all animal hats and he preferred a big hunters hat. So this is just some of the details and Kirklands wife. That is true life. That is a seem a to get lost in and did not appeal to to Mr Disney. Run is pretty numb of movie whether he preferred cliches. The stereotypes kraken always signed his name. David and a lot of people call them David Crooked but a lot of people did call him David that he himself for for himself as David Crockett. He also was not born on a mount and Tennessee. He was born on Flatland in Tennessee could see the mountains and I must tell you and I hope this isn't shatter. Everyone's image did not kill him a bar when he was only three. You mean the song is lying to us. I'm afraid it is. That was actually going to be one of my questions though because those are the things I mean. It's catchy so it gets in your head you're like oh well then this you know it's just kind of how it tells the story. If definitely is definitely. Is You know what I've told you earlier. Where we first started talking about being a kid and Saint Louis sitting in front of that black and white. Rca Victor TV. And I watching the TV series and then going to the neighborhood theater and seen mccracken showman so I truly was spellbound. The first thing I had to do is get a coon skin hat. And you know it was at a time when Dwight Eisenhower. Damn near had to put raccoons them endangered list. So many of them were killed. Now they have these sort of phony. I don't know what they are rabbit here. You do you see these things and curio shops that these were real raccoon skin hats and by God I had to have one and they had to have a Crockett lunchboxes. Were cracking pajamas. This is one of the first figures who inspired the whole merchandising. Craze and Disney was very good at that the only thing while Disney regret about the whole Crockett episode in his life is that he did this started with Crockett with a TV series of Ram excu episodes and then end it and people wanted more so he cobbled things together and came out with the King of the frontier and then years later he resurrected that again with Daniel Boone. And who did he get to play? Daniel Boone says Parker since Parker. It didn't have to do much about wardrobe. He just wore the same outfit wars. He played cricket. And that's why people are continually talk to me and say. Oh yes. You're the man that brought the book about Daniel Boone. I should note was cracking. Oh yes the people get. Crockett and Boone confused all the time. Well I mean it's the stereotypes and if they're both wearing coon skin caps in buckskin. Then you know they must be the same right. Must be the same cracking spent so much time in Washington in New York Philadelphia especially when he was doing his book tour when he was in. Congress spent much more time no cities than he ever did in what that's interesting because that brings up a point that I wanted to ask you about the has to do with how the movie portrays Crockett's family in the movie. We see that he has a wife named polly and two boys but then he gets a letter and the wife becomes ill with fever and then dies but then his sister-in-law says that don't worry about the boys. I'm taking care of them. And then from that point on in the movie as right when crack it starts to kind of begin his political rise in the film but at that point we pretty much don't see anything else about Davy Crockett family. It's almost as if he's not even a father anymore because he never goes to see his kids and Come to think of it. He never really saw his wife that much. Either he kinda seems to not WANNA stay down in one place. How did the movie do depicting his family life? We're all his wife outlived him all his children and to put it mildly was not a very good husband. Now is really a very good father. I mean he loved and cared for his family and provided for them as best he can but he was gone a lot in early on in his life is a husband and father he was gone up would be preferred to be out there and then he was politicking and he was gone all the time. They're so by the time he left Congress when he was voted out and came back to Tennessee he and his wife or estranged after his death is wife and one of his sons came down to Texas and to claim some land that he had been promised by the rebels angle rebels of Texas. Who were doing their best to take the land away from the Republic of Mexico and that's a whole nother and important story which we must talk about but so crooked never was able to to live on that land. He was promised so of his. Ken Did when carpet lift Congress and when he came back and after his book without support he very famously said in this is true and he said it many times you will go to hell. I'm going to Texas. And that is precisely what he did but it took him quite a while to get. There is in the movie after he leaves Congress. It's pretty much hops on a boat. And he goes down to Texas where he didn't go to Texas boat. He went to Texas on horseback. That's and let me just clear this up right now. The whole Alamo and creation of Texas meth chaos the Mexican state of Texas. Now Texas was definitely part of the Republic of Mexico all of plus all of the South West next to it and so forth the Mexican government. Their new constitution banned slavery. This many many years before we get around to doing it that meant it was illegal to have slaves in Mexico most of the people coming into Mexico the angles coming in. We're from the south from neighboring states in the mid South and many of them were a class. They were of the plantation class and they wanted to start a plantation system in Texas to grow patent. Which eventually of course happened. Cotton became prevalent through Especially the eastern half of Texas in order to have a plantation system. They needed workers. Their workers came from a slave force. The constitution required that anyone going into Texas to become a citizen had to speak language joined the mother church and not own slaves. Well a lot of them did the first two they made a perfunctory move joining the church where they went or not. Whatever in in a lot of them did learn Spanish people like Jim Bubi and and Travis the young commanding officer later at the Alamo interested cracking never learned it because he wasn't down there long enough to learn it. What happened the crooked back in Tennessee as you heard from different old trends of his sort of drinking pals I sam Houston another Tennesseean. Who ended up living in Texas and up in Indian territory and a lot of times with Cherokee people and had a Turkey wife and drink a Lotta whiskey for long long time and when sober moments before he totally dried up and he did. He corresponded with his old pal. Crockett and said you know. There's land to behead down here we're gonNA take this land away from the Mexicans and we're going to make it into a cop kingdom and you come down here and pick out some land now that and these pitched congress. So that's why Crockett said you can go to hell. I'm going to Texas. And he had heard all these tales so he went down with the whole posse of his peers and fans on horseback but it took him a long time to get down there eases living the last part of his life he lived all over Tennessee. East Tennessee Middle Tennessee West Tennessee and the last place I lived this way up near the corner. Where Kentucky and Missouri and Arkansas Tennessee? All kind of get close to one another on real foot lake big lake full of Cyprus stumps that was created by the new Madrid fault. The eighteen eleven eighteen twelve earthquake that made the Mississippi run backwards. It was a great hunting ground and crack. It lifts there and they made a stop. He and his entourage and Memphis and I did a lot of good hard partying and talking and bragging and storytelling and they made several stops down in Arkansas and then each place. He repeated his stories and told them about going. Texas when he got down on the Red River he went off with an old pal the father of the Santa Fe trail and they went off red and west on a Buffalo Hunt and then came back. He went off with another guy that further on and they went on to while b They're looking for wild honey. Got Some honey. He traded some things off here and there there were actually stories coming out of Texas. Where is this great Hunter Crockett? We thought he was coming down here and they thought maybe he was dead or something but anyway he finally matriculated down through the big thicket in to the top of the big and went to nacogdoches. Where a lot of the leaders of this rebellion were and he said I saw some land up there in north Texas so it was good. I HAVE I go back getting. They said well. You got to sign up. For the militia the militia. What has he signed up because he wanted that land and they said well you're gonNA ride down by the way a lot of his entourage less than go on their own. They sent him down to some two new day Bihar. Today's huge city of San Antonio and there were a lot of anti-jackson people already were down. There didn't care for Vandy. So He Mosey on down there and they were taking the position than this old mission. Co the Alamo. That became known as the Alamo in the Alamo has become almost like this lures that Texans trek to this kind of holy place special site. You know for Texans for a lot of people you know but the truth is crack had so much to do with that because he was probably the most famous figures to end up there and the characters that were with him. The leadership by Travis Travis was a young buck southerner sort of a narrative well blowing his inheritance. He left his pregnant wife kids and went down to Texas James Buoy. You is sick and coughing on a cop by the time crooked got there. He and his brother Resin who created the buoy knife. They were two of the biggest slave traders in the south and they were getting slaves from who they get them from from Jacksonville Para John Lafitte. Nate bring up through the care bringing bring slaves up port a Galveston and the boys would give them their cell. It was You know the whole story. It was all about slavery basically in when my could Texas friends and believe me. Maternal side of my family are all Texans and I've lived all over Texas so I know where of I speak braggadocious towels when they say that God created Texas. I have to remind them No. Crockett invented Texas and it was his death there and he did die there and he was necessary the last man to die. I will let me put it this way. You didn't die swinging betsy over his head. He didn't die in combat. He was captured and he and some other prisoners were brought before. Santa Ana the commanding officer the President of Mexico a character as another whole nother story was saying am but they said we should spare this man. This is the great hundred botanist Crockett and he said we put the black flag up this morning in our charge. No quarter no quarter will be given and they banned at it. Kraken put his body on the Pyre with the other bodies burned them up and that was the end at forty nine years of age of Carcass. Leicester's very colorful life. But would I would tell you. This is on that date on that code marning in eighteen thirty six David. Crockett perished Alamo but Davy Crockett road. Aw in the legend years ago in the daughters of the republic these two haired ladies and spectacles sharp is sitting there. And you'd come into the Alamo. You know that you were coming into church. Just down there. Tourists coming in with cargo shorts and TEE SHIRT. On of course have his Gimme. Cappon became stumbling in there. And those women jumped on him like Dukla June but gets that cap off. Sir You were in a sacred place. Boy He did is he was told. the ELMO's an an interesting place to visit and everyone should now. It's surprising downtown. San Antonio surprised. I actually visited there once and I was. I was surprised it was in downtown like I was like in the movie. Its way out in the middle of nowhere. And it's you know all this open space and that time it was but certainly. Tony is growing in the largest cities in the country and they came that little river. And it's a tourist Mecca. I really liked downtown. San Antonio is tremendous architecture. I could probably live in that old Bangor Hotel and every night slip down small dish. You that great mango ice cream. But there was another time and another place and Crockett was right there in the middle of it. And you know the old questions always up like what if If only in you know there are no answers to that question. And that's the story you know one thing. We didn't touch on the subtitle of my book. David Crockett the lion of the West. Where that comes from as a drama that was created played in England and pre-measured here in this country too big audiences in several big cities in it was written up loosely about Crockett. The character actually was inspired by all the stories. The dime whether they weren't even dime novels yet they were. You know. Sort of pamphlet little magazines you know. All allies made up stories and tall tales and betrayed. Crockett is this superman. You know sort of a cross between Paul Bunyan Pecos Bill and you know just as this character. Kartika didn't necessarily rant and rave about that. I mean cracker pretty healthy ego and he played off a lot of that stuff. I mean he did become you know sort of a legend in his own lifetime but in this play the character who was cracking was named Nimrod wildfire and he was kind of a fancy crack. Were Really Beautiful Buckskin. And he didn't just have a raccoon Cambodia. Bob Cat hat on big old thing and it was an odd setup and people didn't know what to think what would Crockett think of this track. You know finish just yours congresswoman. Evening went down with his pals they were GONNA go. See Why in the West and folks didn't know what do the Cedar get some extra policemen there that they didn't know if there'd be a right what would crack news. You can go in there. And when he sees Nimrod wildfire just tear the place up or get up and lever yet. It was kind of exciting. I'm cracking game is was planned and he was taken right down to front row. You is right there. On the fifty yard and the curtain went up and jumps Nimrod wildfire and all his glory and the audience is applauding and they looked down and not only is crooked. Applauding you rises there. And his and his nice coats and cravat polished boots. He walks to the edge of the stage and he does a whole tepe bow to Nimrod wildfire and Nimrod wildfire bows back and that moment my friend is when myth and reality collided right there on that stage Washington. Dc So the myth of crack really. It sounds like it really started to grow Kenya just in his lifetime. Which usually always have the idea that a lot of these myths would have grown after like. Remember the Alamo. And you know things like that where all of this started to grow in these tales. Start to grow after he's dead but it sounds like a lot of it started before four out of a de the Alamo is just the proverbial cherry on top because as I suggested he was probably one of the better known people to be. And the Alamo and so that really you know 'cause the Alamo to be elevated to different status and of course remember the Alamo became the slogan the motto for Houston and the others carried on the fight. And that's often done you know. Remember the main thinking of the main which is it turns out probably very suspicious to say the least that became a around cry. You know We're very good at putting together. These cries but remember the Alamo was emblazoned in everyone's mind and then in his death even more than they were right down dive novels and all kinds of things came out published about cracking and there have been many many books written about Crockett. You know the niche. I have taken for media as a writer. Is this one in? This is what the known for. Taking people. Such is David Crockett and others and unwinding the myth to tell the real story the true story the better story. And that's what I did with billy. The Kid Henry McCarty on the ides of March eighteen. Maybe one pet Garrett shot and killed billy. The Kid Henry. Mccarty died on that floor. Pete Maxwell's Bedroom. Billy the kid road on when pretty boy floyd was shot and killed literally executed a Cornfield East Liverpool Ohio Purvis and his G men Charles. Arthur Floyd Dad there but pretty boy road on when crocodile. Day that I've already told you that David cracking died but Davy Crockett Rodion. I'm now writing my twentieth book. It's about bell star another one. All of these people have mentioned or so wrapped up in myth and lies exaggerations and just unwinded. There's so many books written about bill store so many but I'm liberating her so on that fateful day in eighteen eighty nine when she was bushwack my rebel surely died on that dirt road. Shut off her Horse Bell Star Road On. That's for me it's all about and that's what I will continue to do. Thank you so much for coming on to chat about Davy Crockett and David Crockett and starting to separate some of the fact from the fiction that we saw in the movie now. I know there's a lot more that we could never hope to cover on a single episode but that leads us right into your book that you mentioned David Crockett. The lion of the West can share a little bit more information about your book and where someone listening can pick up a copy. Sure David Carpet. Lion of the West has been on for a few years now is published by Norton Migrate Publisher in New York. And you can buy an literally anywhere. Of course a lot of books. People buy on Amazon but in better bookstores. If they don't have it they will certainly artery. You can go online. It's still very very much imprint. The lion of the West and I hope folks enjoy your time. Michael my pleasure. This episode of based on a true story was produced by me. Dan Lab. I'd like to thank Michael Wallace once again for coming on the show. If you WANNA learn more about the history behind the Real David. Crockett go grab. Michael's book called David Crockett the lion of the West. But that's just one of Michael's books as he mentioned at the end there. He's working on his twentieth book. So there's plenty more great stories from history that he's written about. I'll make sure to add a link to that book and we can learn more about all of Michael's books in the show notes for this episode as well as on. The show is home on the web based on a true story. Podcast DOT COM. Okay now it's time for the answer to our two truths and a lie game from the beginning of the episode as a refresher here are the two truths and one lie number one Davy. Crockett was responsible for the peace negotiations that ended the war with the Creek nation number two Davy Crockett was captured at the Alamo and later killed by order of General Santa Anna Number. Three the Real David. Crockett met a theatrical version of himself called Nimrod wildfire. Did you find out which one is ally. Let's start with the end number three. That is true as Michael explained the subtitle of his book. David Crockett the line of the West. The subtitle being the line of the west part that comes from a play where at one of the shows in Washington DC. The Real Crockett met a theatrical character called Nimrod wildfire that was based on his life. Well perhaps a more accurate way to phrase that would be that the plays character was based on all the tall tales written about Davy Crockett Adventures. That brings us to number two. That is also true as Michael explained the movie showing fess. Parker's version of Davy. Crockett going down at the Alamo swinging. Old Betsy over. His head is not true. What really happened was that Mr Crockett was captured and later killed at the order of General Santa Anna. That means the lie is number one. The movie tries to make it seem like Davy Crockett. Some sort of a peace negotiator that ended the war with the creeks. What is Michael? 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Where did Davy Crockett die

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:04 min | 2 months ago

Where did Davy Crockett die

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. You wouldn't believe how much coffee I drink researching these mysteries but I have a secret for the Best Cup, it's perfect brew. They've researched and compared the best brands brewing methods and even compared the beans so that you can create that Perfect Cup of coffee. That's perfect. BREWED DOT COM created by coffee lovers for coffee lovers today's mystery. Well, this industry Gabi Crockett on March six. Eighteen thirty six Mexican forces stormed the Alamo afford I like old mission in San Antonio where some two hundred rebellious Texans had been holed up for weeks, the battle was over in less than two hours leaving. Great. Texas heroes like Jim Buoy, James Butler Bonham, and William Travis dead among the defenders that day was Davy Crockett former congressman legendary hundred scowl, and teller of tall tales according to sell accounts Crockett died in. A battle that according to others. He was one of a handful of men captured and later executed what really happened while there's the battle and Aaron Lace, the myth and mystery. But exactly who was Davy Crockett he was born in Tennessee. Eight seven, hundred, eighty, six as a young man he was indentured by his father to pay off debts once they were paid in full he was finally allowed to leave home. Although he was voted into Congress, no one knows where he was educated yet he was articulate understood politics and could play the fiddle Crockett's true claim to fame prior to his death at or around. The Alamo was just a hunter in his youth tessie was still a wilderness out one time. He supplied food through skills of hunting for an entire army. While in Congress, he opposed add Jackson's argument to relocate local Indians. Congress. Crockett became a freemason. He spent time in his entire legislative career fighting for the rights of impoverished settlers who felt dangled on the precipice of losing title to their land. Due to the states complicated system of grants. He introduced a resolution to abolish the United States Military Academy at West. Point. New. York because he felt that it was public money going to benefit the sons of wealthy men. He spoke out against Congress giving a hundred thousand dollars to the widow of Stephen Decatur citing the congress was not. Empowered to do that, he opposed Andrew Jackson Eighteen thirty Indian removal act and was the only member of the Tennessee delegation to vote against it. Chief John Ross, sent him a letter on January thirteenth eighteen, thirty one expressing his thanks for Crockett's vote is what was not popular with his own district and he was defeated in the eighteen thirty one election by William, Fitzgerald and here's a quote. I told the people of my district that I would serve them as faithfully as I had done before. But if not. They might go to hell and I would go to Texas history tells us that Ab Crockett went to Texas but not alone he brought with him. Thirty one tells C. Determined to join the fray if the predicted revolution were breakout Texas at the time was part of Mexico. So all background decide where to Davy Crockett died a letter, the surface in nineteen, fifty, five described house seven men were taken prisoner and. And the CROCK was one of them. But there are three accounts assay otherwise, WanNa cal survivor of a Texan whose husband was killed in the battle. She said that she saw Davy Crockett spotty inside the Alma the second account came from a slave who also spared was said to have seen Davy Crockett body within the walls. So the Alamo, the third account was from Francisco on. Tony Rhys, the mayor of San. Antonio who safely behind the Mexican lines in the battle began and had a good vantage point to witness what happened before the arrival. Of the Mexican army, he had met Davy Crockett civilians of San Antonio in the defenders of the Alamo mingled freely before the battle he said that after the battle Saana ordered him to point out the bodies of Crockett, Travis and boy crock he said had fallen in battle on the west side of the Alamo grams near Fort. This all of course begs the question whereas Davy Crockett bury a coffin in the San Fernando? Cathedral purports to hold ashes of the Alamo defenders. However, historians believe it's more probable with the ashes were buried near the Alamo. And really were the defenders cremated or were they buried by Santa? Anna's men in a mass grave. Davy. Crockett was produced here. Night I will sound studio and brought to you by perfect Dot Com and their team of coffee lovers. If you have questions about the best being brand or brewing method or anything coffee for that matter perfect Brew House answers. That's perfect brew Dot Com. This is kit chrome. Thanks for listening.

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Grown Up Kids - Episode #33 - Davy Crockett and the River Pirates

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

45:41 min | 2 years ago

Grown Up Kids - Episode #33 - Davy Crockett and the River Pirates

"Welcome to grownup kids, a Disney podcasts. I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing was all started by. A low thirty, three of grownup. This episode is profit by the end of Doyle. Thank you. Thank you so much for helping us. Keep our podcast. So I'm and I'm Negga and Meg has a little bit of I have bronchitis. First of all, I sound like man, and second of all, you're probably gonna hear me cough a couple times on us episode in. Sorry, I'm not sorry. I gotta do it. It's gotta happen. Yeah. So the person that really has to deal with that though, is our guest today, we're welcoming back Tim. Hi doing. I'm back Tim, this name frontier? Yes. The wild frontier of Chicago today. He's not from the frontier. No, he's from the river from knowledge, yes. Yeah. 'cause today we're going to be discussing Davy Crockett and the river pirates because nothing to do with our pirates. No, nothing. Just some southern pirates. Yes. All right. So it's time for the thirty seconds is knee. Me. I'm ready. I'll go. All right. Go ahead. Calmed down over there, don't call Miller, doesn't it? Ito seconds. Are y'all clear. Trying to remember the movie with your costs. Yeah. And you go. So we go back in time to David Crockett before the rocket. And we meet my think, and we discovered keelboats. Now we know where those are from the park at Disneyland. Then they go on keel boat race, Davy Crockett wins. They make it to New Orleans first and then they discover river pirates and actually people dressing up Indians, try and blame it on them. There's haunting havoc, but then DVD's the date. Twenty seven. Twenty seven. Nice. No coughing, no cops. Would you like to go? Sure, I'll go next. All right. Any modern get set. Go very Davey. George, you decide to bring some down to New Orleans. They raise my think down the river, David Crockett wins, then they can buy Indians finding out that there are some white people disguising his Indians, murdering, other white people trying to blame it on the Indians. Davey finds the one bad guy and bad guy dies the end nineteen. That was a winged one to the bad guy died. I literally had like the biggest grin 'cause he was my least favorite character. He sucks. These his, he, he died. Lori k.. Why do I not have okay. Are you ready? No. Davy Crockett gets on the race. This dude, Mike. And they're good on the river, and he charged with Roma, but they end up winning anyway. And then you think the movies over, but it's not and AB the textured, and then there's fake Indians and. Yeah. Nineteen. That was terrible. Here's our always so good. I didn't write it down. And I'll give better. I'll get better. All right. So some history on DVD rocket in the river pirates. It is a live action adventure film from nineteen fifty. Six again starring fess Parker's Davy Crockett. It was shot in cave in rock, Illinois this film next as a prequel to Davy Crockett king of the wild frontier because as we know, DV dies at the end of that movie. So the only way for wall to do sequels was actually to do prequels slum, and it is an edited compilation of the fourth and fifth stories of the Disney television series Davy Crockett, which includes Davy, Crockett, kill boat race, and Davy Crockett, and the river pirates. Those both were broadcast on TV in nineteen fifty five originally. So also this is the ninth live action phone produced by Walt Disney productions, because we know that we've switched over to Walt Disney productions still are KO. No more. See ya. Buffalo Shia. So there wasn't too many fun facts, but I got some. It's harder sometimes like especially Davy Crockett. You think it'd be fine, you know. But I don't know. All right. So fuss Parker Davy Crockett and Jeff Yar who played Mike Fink later, go on to be in Disney's all yeller which rooming on, but they never actually seen together in that movie wear. Yes. So there will minute, but they're also both in westward ho the wagons together. Yes, thank you are correct? Oh yeah, yes, they are. I don't remember comes out. I think it comes out after this. It does. We are recording. We're preparing for our trip guys. Sorry, we're all out of order. It's all good. So as mega this movie was actually two episodes of the TV show spliced together and released as feature film. Walt Disney film show in color, even though few color TV's being sold as of this time. And as a result on his Davy Crockett episodes could be turned into instant movies by stitching associated. So kinda just like so on TV they were broadcasting black and white. I guess that's what gen that's what drew people into it. That was the those literally, the only difference in the theater because listening, I guess it could have been shown in color, but not many people had colors. Most people saw it lacking late. Only the rich people had TV's in colors. True. I asked I was talking to my mom today. Actually. She asked she called was like, oh, what movie are you doing tonight as like Davy Crockett and the river pirates? Have you ever seen it? And she's like, no. And I'm like, mom, you grew up in the fifties and sixties how you not seen any of these movies that I'm talking about. You void Davy Crockett. That's kind of what she's like. You need ask your dad. I wonder if he liked it and I was like, yeah, maybe. But like then I was asking her, I was like, you didn't watch. The TV show wasn't like super popular. You know, like I mean, I know that she was definitely part of the Beatles craze. So like n people to sort of craze and she's like, Meg, we didn't even have a color TV and house like, oh, yeah, you lived with. At one point near light. She's like, we didn't have as many TV's as we have in a household. Now back that we had one in my dad hog it all the time I was likely should heal that. My little brother asked me one time. He's like Kate TV's in color. When you were little. Words, walking light when you're little. No old is your brother. He at the time. He was like ten when he asked me. You know when your kid, you think anybody who's all like old? Are you kidding? My dad just turned sixteen first birthday. My brother and I came up with the idea to jokingly do a dinosaur theme because we told them that we are convinced you around when the dinosaurs roamed the. I think that, but we did that to my dad, but my dad thought it was hilarious. You also his cake was a roll of toilet paper with poop, cupcakes. You can see where I probably get some of my sense of humor. Well, thank God for that. 'cause we. Thanks. So the actor who played Jaakko who's the dude with the cigar in the banjo gets Georgie drunk at the bar. He gained fame in the role of the heroic air force captain battling alien in the thing from another world. But what I thought was weird was like he has run hair. It kept him from lead roles in color films. So he was fine in like black and white foams, but it was color just because he had run here. You can't control that did not have die back then what are they have against gingers man. No, I have no idea. I look genders. Sickening laboring too much attention. I don't know what am I favor? It beings in the world is ginger teddy Arcadi cat so's my kidding. Oliver. Yes. My he brought this operate in credit country at California's Zealand park guests can explore the rivers of America on DV Crockett's explorer canoes soda? Those called the keeling. No, those are different. So actually the kiln the keelboats are not like a ride anymore. They used to, but they closed. They were in magic kingdom and Disneyland at one point, but they're not around anymore lame. Yeah. So, yeah, they wanna news, but you literally can like ride a canoe. Well, you know, what do that coming up Katie? How long ago did you do this. Oh, so Crockett's tavern at Walt DisneyWorld for wilderness resort and campground serves pizza wings nachos from. I don't think that deviate those things. I don't think so either. I think he ate like record record score bar and our our. Guests at Disneyland resort, Paris cabins at Disney's, Davy, Crockett ranch. I think that would be really cool especially for you guys because you guys call frontier lender home because he worked there. Maybe there will stay whenever we go to Disneyland Paris and couple years. We're planning on going there for thirtieth birthday. Oh my gosh. Oh yeah. You guys are thirty soon. Hey, not that soon. All right. Two years giving to Ukraine. I got to you got four. Robin, it's okay before it'll be here before you know it. I don't want to be. Okay. Lastly, so this is answering my question had before guests were able to ride Mike fakes kill, votes Disneyland from nineteen fifty five to nineteen ninety seven and at Disney World magic kingdom from nineteen seventy one to two thousand one. The name of the boats from the movie gully whimper Crockett's vote. Bertha may also served as the names for those votes. People. Yep, Yep. So apparently that was around like when I went to magic kingdom and I literally have no memory of it while you. I don't imagine with my mom and dad, your mom, and she knows she did. Rocket. Nobody. Like I, I guess. Okay. So. Twenty thousand leagues under the sea chemo awhile ago. But on that other sewed ice said that I had never gone on twenty thousand leagues under the DisneyWorld because I always thought that I was scared of it. Maybe I was scared of it deep down, but I never voiced it, but my mom said that we never went on it because it was always closed. It was always broken. So I wonder if like we never did the kill votes because they, I don't know. Maybe they like weren't open all the time or something. Maybe they were seasonal. You know how sometimes they'll make attractions, seasonal will remember how we talked about the close twenty thousand leagues because the maintenance was so high to drain it like two or three times a year. So maybe every time he goes went that was just like when they were draining it because I don't know. We could have gone like at the same time every year every other year. I don't know. Maybe it wrong. Maybe that's why I don't know what the keyboards are. I don't think that we ever really even went over to Tom Sawyer's island. Whenever I was little, we mostly just stuck to the regular frontier. Lynn, regular run to your land. The mainland. I'm a bad frontier, Lander. I've never been on Tom singer island I've only been on. Okay. We'll get to that whenever and I never really, really until I work there because I can five into his new once-powerful were and it was New Year's Eve when I went to magic kingdom the first time. So magin how many rights actually got to ride that day on. I rode space mountain and that was that that's a feat. Yeah. Well, we got fast passes for that in big thunder, but big thunder was during the fireworks show, and we couldn't even cross ticket to it. It's probably a good thing that the kill boats don't exist anymore because I would write on them and be obnoxious and be like, I'm gonna get me or bar. I. They're covering insiders. All can never mind. I don't need to go. Why can't they be butterflies. On here powder. Alrighty directors. We've got old Davy back again Davey you just can't not like he's a really awesome character. I think this is like I like it better in this film than the last one. I think because I feel like you get to see a different side of him in this one. I think pre wife pre, right? So it's like Davey Fru adventure, right? This is like thirty years before the regional, though he looks exactly the same right going since I think not. But yeah. No, that was what I noticed too. I was like, oh, like the stadium where he's more adventurous like any other time. You know the earlier stuff in the first movie, he was like doing stuff. I family in the this. It's like he did doing it for him because he's the terminate seen lying. What reason would there to be go on a keelboat race? You know, I mean, like. Looking for something to do, and he, I don't think he ever would have done that. Had he had a family back home because it took him a couple days right? It's months simply three months ago, like when he got captured by the Indian to settle, I thought three months ago. But he, yeah, I just finished that movie like ten minutes ago agreements ago. However, I will argue he left us a lot. He did. So we probably would still done it. What about yours? Giorgis like the right hand, man. He's also do whatever Davis can we talk about Georgy like in the cave with the white men who the bad guys was Arleigh Muslim. Yeah, he, okay. My one of my favorite parts will get more in depth to this, but whenever like he is watching daily while they is like looking in that room, that's the treasure and the the one bag is like trying to take swings Adam, but you like just ducks every time like miss getting. But he he's like keeping the bad guys of bay without even knowing that he's keeping them at bay. You know what I mean? That's just Georgie. Abyan drugs. You dislike. They're like, Meghan, Katie. Yeah, perfect. Perry, I wanna be Davey good to be Jordan cover figured figured I'm the leader almost Levin to be the leader. Whose leader of the club is made for you and me Griff Nour's Kate, you. Mickey mouse. My mom does better. She doesn't a lot better. I, I've been trying for my nephew, but he seems to think it's Donald Duck and he laughs whenever I. Speaking Mickey Mouse, I'm wearing Mickey Mouse. I saw I saw unto incidentally, I just was like randomly word today. The school. How about Mike? Think. Mike fake character grew on me adversely did not like him at all. Yeah, he is definitely one that grows on you. He'd because he is, I think he's putting up a facade for the beginning of the movie like, oh, you know, I've got this reputation up. Hold reputation. Oh, Mike thing. I got to dish. And he's gonna ride to kill. But he loses. Oh yeah. Taylor slipped parody right here in it's being sung by somebody with bronchitis. So I hope that you'll enjoy that. You might have just got nominated for Grammy mug? I think so maybe I'll my date will be Taylor. Sorry, cage cues. Georgie to your daisy. Get. So my Bank, he, yeah, he's a jerk in the beginning upholding this design on reputation that he's got. But then when he loses, he kinda liked becomes more real. You know, he's like, oh, Kay. You know, you got me. I'll eat my hat. And he ate his, hey, you literally eight was words and his head. Makes me think of that kid who was a bullying high school who grew up, but never grew up in the beginning. At least like he just actually kiss to be like big man on the playground. Yes. He can't even looks like a child like a man does no guy, but then he does like, you know, literally, does he just words? So like I said, he'd grows on you 'cause it I just has. I think he has the most about -ment. Out of any other character is at the end, you know, he becomes like an ally, and he's like, oh, well, you could be king the frontier. I'm still king of the river right. Then he gets golden canon. The canon. Already. So Jaakko. Name. He is the banjo guy. So he is okay question. Is he actually a part of like the bad guy gang? Okay. That's thought, no, he's a part of his Lytham Mike Fink? Yeah, not the bad guy. Now the Bagai, but like, oh, I Don think spoke as Mike Fink spoke. Yeah. Yeah, I don't know. He's funny his reactions to stuff refunding like whatever the whatever Davies vote would pull ahead at like when it shouldn't have survived, like he was the one who would look over his jaw drop everytime. Oh my God. I just thought of the perfect comparison for Mike. Thanks like acting. Okay. So every just use that this, that made me think of it. So every time Davies vote would come in like he'd be just ahead of him or like he'd think that they died in like, oh my God, they're, they are. He reminds me of like bad wrestling acting. How like looks at the boat and he's just like frantically what? What? Oh, my God. If like overreacting, acting evening. The Freising and the fighting. Yeah, he's like own gonna swing at you. Duck on a new would be like Hollywood hit and through people like there's no way anyone could do that real life. Even bodybuilders can even probably had like they'd be dead. This this David cracker film slash TV show. This one was like way more comical, which I read about that one looking for fun, fax to like right off the bat, there's more jokes yet. I think I can see how you can kind of see how the so did these shows come out before the other day? The Crockett. I don't think so now. So this is the correct order. They came out later even though they were prequel. Yeah. 'cause I was gonna say it's kinda like you can see the progression of the show in like how the actors are more comfortable in roles. You can see the more comfortable acting together and you can see how they've kind of taken on more of the persona. They're characters are kind of doing their own thing. I think they just see more comfortable in it all around. Yeah, yeah. I mean everything. Everything's were comical. Goodbye. And I can see how like people that time would just eat this up even more, you know, like they're in love with Davy and then now he's like a more like fun and loose pastime Deidre. So I'm gonna see like kids, you know, of an a and I guess it kind of fits because Dave is younger. He's supposed to be younger here. So he's like joking around more yellow, more immature. The twenty. Look like fifty. Yeah, he's awesome. Yeah, he is awesome. He's a BA napn assume that means from children, but we know what it means. Okay. So next his canton big ass. Yeah. Can you know the while? Do. Captain cub dude, that guy, he's like the equivalent of the guy from the shore in bug's life, but like more enemies. Chess player. He just he reminds me weirdly of the old guy from The Hunchback of Notre Dame when he's like, I'm free free and then he gets trapped in the trap. Again, you know what I'm talking about now. I haven't seen that movie in Seoul long. Oh my gosh. Well, that's like one of my favorites and I watched it a couple days ago actually. And after watching him like outcome clueless, he just reminded me of that old guy after watch that movie that really longtime, but the music from that movie. And when you do your episode on that, you'll know exactly who I'm talking about. Yeah, he reminds me of captain Cobb. They thinks that like he wasn't supposed to be as funny as he was. But like he is like an old dudes like his old Dan acting dislike was cute in like that old person. That makes sense. Oh, yeah. Best part when he sneezed in that rotor went flying Katie. I'm I like happen. I was looking. I was jacket shopping for our trip on Amazon and Katie was like, Meg, you just missed the best part. And I was like, oh, what was it? And then she's like, no, you have to watch it it so that I can. Sounds about right that you'd be Jack chopping while watching movie. Yeah. Well, I didn't realize that Iceland was going to be forty degrees while there's we need like real. Iceland for two. Yeah. Shaller's. So those killed on seltzer. Yeah, the beluga whales next to us. Okay. So favorite character in scene for me is again Davey. I just I can't straight from him. He needs a shave though? No, I kinda liked it. I like a little facial hair too, but it has that more like the gristle like the wild frontier con. Exactly. Like he is, you know, using an old razor just in the wild and he can't sharp in it. So he's just getting as good as he can. You know, like how my facial hair is right now, just kidding. Exactly. Like him. Favorite scene. I think is gonna be the bar scene where like Davey and Mike Fink are going at it not well, I guess not going at it, but Mike Fink does the thing where he likes shoots the gun from behind him, hits the pan, and then like hits the glass on the Cup on his head in the Davydova thing where healing catches it in his mouth when he doesn't really do it. I love that scene because it was like, first of all, it was just the chemistry of Davy and Georgie like they were reading each other like so, well, David just say like, hey, cover for me in Georgie, just go like he, no, he knew that he hit that thing with SAS Brill in it. But like George just went and plugged it up for him so that they would think he caught it in his mouth. Fair. Yeah, you know they were out there making sure that they could leave whenever that whole little scene was finished. It was just, it was funny. I liked it. That was all you stole everything. He still everything I'm going to is my favorite picture though. He grew on me elected last, but he grow even more with this one. And that is my favorite scene. I think it's kinda funny because so Davey like pretends the catch it in his mouth and like wiles everybody. But then like in Davy Crockett the wealth frontier. He could probably pull something like that off against his older self, like he just things just come to him. He doesn't have to try like whatever he sets his mind to like, he's just call. It just happens. You know, he's very confident. I feel like that would have been like a real life thing. Thirty years ahead of time. I agree. Yeah. Well, I'm gonna go to because Meghan stole Davey. Of course, Dave was my favorite, but actually, Mike think grew on me in the movie. And at the end, I really liked him as a character like just because the character development and my favorite scene was actually when they were fighting in the water with the Indians at the second time in actually, my favorite part was right went on, Mike think was about, like you tried punching moose, which is like the. Mousse is like the lug. Guyane thinks team is, but we used to. Just thought it was over dramatic. So I thought was really funny. That was probably my favorite scene also the bar, but I didn't want to sound like I'm copying you guys. I need to quote will something else I did the cop out, but really that was my favorite. Okay, least favorite character seen least favorite character is gonna have to be like the head honcho of the bad guys who are like, pretending to be Indians. He. Scumbag like just a total scumbag and. Least favorite scene. I don't know if I really have. Okay. Let me let me think. Least favorite scene, I guess. I don't know. No, I don't have one I didn't. I didn't dislike anything that I watched in honestly, in this one like nothing made may super mad in this movie either. You know, like there have been parts in movies that have come up recently where it's like, oh, that super controversial. That bothers me. I mean, obviously it was controversial that they're white people imitating Indians to try and get away with crime. That sucked. So I guess just the whole concept of that was sucky, but. Davy fix it, like he does. David. Least favorite. I'm gonna have to go with Mike think even though he the girl, but his laughs made me wanna like punch him in the face. He probably just blew people's eardrums out. Will he blew my eardrums out when I was watching the movie so blame? It was kind of like a maniacal laugh, but it wasn't high pitched. It was just like a some kind of fake. It was. Yeah, he made think of like the guy that plead can't think of this name the pirate gun from Treasure Island. But like that was that persona was okay because he's a pirate. So he's array animated, but that's kinda like how he was reminded me a lot of that. Yeah, we stay early release favor seen adul- like the term in GM into no jn Rudman pirate. You know that. But. Yeah. The other other frontier. Ishmael VI's have been worse toward the news. I think agrees. Yes. Although, obviously not cool for you know, white man to be drying and making the Indians lives worse. You know, show Megan seem like they're bad guys. Yeah, you know. And we wonder why there was conflict. America markelle. Nile lease to character was there was two Samuel Mason, of course, jerk wad and then colonial plugged, the singing guy. I really didn't like him. He was also a scumbag. He was a scumbag like he joined their boat to try to like sing to the bad guys. What was on the boat, which he there was really gold on it. Of course, we know that he was like goal, yeller, gold. I'm just like that was my least favorite scene is just when he was singing. I'm usually like I like music and movies and stuff like I'm a former singer my day and usually like that stuff. But like for him, I was just like really annoyed with him. I kinda wanted to punch him in the face and I never wanna punch anyone in. Yeah, he was. He was annoying. I can tell soon as I saw on the screen. I'm like, he's involved with the bad people. Yeah, I had a feeling. Who way to bring me back to my senior high school events. All righty. What we took away from it. Don't mess with Davy. Right. Honestly Davies be, hey, I mean, he's hanging the wild frontier. Nobody can take that away from him and. Don't pretend to be something that you're not. Yeah. They have confidence liberal life. Yeah. Hashtag preach AMA all day. Took away. I liked this movie last minute, like. Botts on it. It was a good it was. I liked this better than the first one I do too. I think this as a kid, I probably would've enjoyed watching this, but more than the other one, the other one would afford me, but, but I still be other one kid. So I I have, but I never saw this one by the other one as a kid. I wish they had on the keelboats at magic kingdom. I feel like this one was more Disney than the first one. Yeah, yeah. More rarely Hume wall humor. You know it gave you that Disney vibe, blaming the other one. I mean, again, it was good. Obviously it had the craze, people loved it, but it was a little bit more serious than this one at time or dry. Yeah, this one was definitely a little more fun than let loose a little bit. Like I said, the acting was better better. More comfortable? Yeah. This one more like a TV special regard. Yeah. Yeah. Tell that there were clearly to cut stories in this. Yeah, because like it was the end of the keelboat race in we, we both kind of looked at each other like they're still a half hour left of this movie. Oh. That was the ending. And then like another story picked up. It's like, oh, that's the division in the two TV specials basically that they were trying to together. So you kind of feel that a little bit, but it didn't really bother me too much. Once the second story started picking up. I butter keelboat race was definitely more exciting and the river pirates. I was still having a TV in memo on for the river boat the whole time. Like, are they gonna win? They better win one. They want they're gonna win the Disney, the Disney movie. It's not like those movies where it's like he other team wins, and you see like their disappointment on their faces and you're like this disneyesque at all right. Special call out when they're on the keelboat. Like we're sinking. Oh, you didn't realize two seconds later. You're like underwater, right. I think we're thinking are you sure. Oh, don't go on your own. He was like the bear. Yeah, he really goes Woodson. Listen to the. All right. Doesn't remember. Yeah. Okay. So this week comes from kill, c. dawn. Whoa, thank you. Heavy just to the headphones on my year. Clancy Katie. Keep my hands to myself. So Kelsey says, hey ladies, I'm really new to the podcast world and only started listening to them because my commute to work each day is over an hour and a half one way. Whoo crazy in your own star mega episodes longer for you. One defined shows I'm interested in in one of my searchers was Disney. I found your show in fell in love with the bubbly in charming approach to the show that literally gives me Disney feels. I love hearing the Disney memories in wanted to share one of my own actually actually didn't realize this as my favorite until I started thinking about it when I was fifteen entire family. My parents, my sister nanna Papa. My two cousins aunt and uncle car pooled from Ontario Canada to DisneyWorld in Florida hall. Man. There was so much that love and sharing it with my family was amazing. However, it wasn't until I was struggling with my own anxiety. Depression that I found out my mom was experiencing episodes during our trip in actually went to the hospital. I knew mom was feeling well, but did not understand the extent. They tried to hide it for my sister and I looking back at photos in knowing what I know now I have so much admiration and respect for my parents. My dad took it upon himself to go on every single ride with me and do absolu-. Everything on my list, my mom, even though she was struggling, didn't let that stop her from sharing the magic with us as much as she could. My first time meeting Mickey. I got a picture with him and my mom and my favorite movie Allison wonderland the teacup ride with my dad. I'm truly grateful for the family. I have been blessed with MetroPCS. Disney will forever be deeper part of my family history. That I think has brought us closer. Thanks again for your podcasts. Makes Toronto terrific. Enjoyable and medical. That is a different take on the Disney magic and I love it. Yeah. Your mom sounds like a very strong woman? Yes. And your dad to for like picking up the slack there and making sure that you got to do everything you wanted to do, not let it not let anything interrupt your trip as a trial because yeah. Yep. Yeah, in thank you for sharing. Yeah, thank you. If you'd like to have your Disney memory featured on the show, please Email us a grownup kids, podcasts, Jimoh dot com. Give anything even remotely Disney released it. You could be like I was walking on the street in cloud shaped like Mickey MacKay me feels school. Assigned mostly. Perfect. Because like who bear started that whole trend of looking for the right. I still look for mcleod's. Yeah. All. I saw lion Miller day. Remember that rowing line at it was awesome. So send your memory our way, and we'll be sure to feature on a future episode. Bank you, Tim as always. You're welcome. Oh, I just remembered ROY one in Mita. Tell that might catchphrase story or whatever. When I went. I just remembered now on c. because I promised where I put in the subsoil. So now you could hear my Disney memory of being cast member. So as probably most of you who listen, probably, no, I was one of those overexcited cast members, particularly in frontier land that was like really when I experienced magical working there. And anytime I would see guest with the Disney button and they looked either miserable or like I could tell like they had no one was like giving them any attention because at the but none in generally the buttons are because you either really want attention or your parents really want to embarrass you. Either one, like it's true like that's why you wear the buttons and Meghan noses from many, many, many times with me, and she probably got very, very annoyed from this as many as it. You did. A few of our college program friends would yell at me for doing this now. They don't have Disney magic if they all day. 'cause this is amazing every guest, I'm sure appreciate it. Oh, I know. Oh, I know I still sober get flashbacks so whatever shop, whatever shop I was in, I would announce to the whole store that it was this person's birthday, and I would force them to sing happy birthday. Like I had. This was the last splashdown photos because like a ton of people would come in there after they. All right. Yeah, I'll have to be like attention, splash photo attention. We got a birthday today. Their name is blah, blah, blah. And then it'd be awesome to all happy birthday. And then it got really intense where I don't know if you remember this during the summer. One of the seasonal girls read a birthday frontierland song and I sang it like one time in the manage run. You can't use it, and it was so good. Like it was frontier land themed, and I wish we would have been able to use it probably would have still in use to this day. Oh, I don't know if anybody does anymore in frontier land, but I know like there's other things that I used to do in frontierland that I've seen or heard, particularly like my girlfriend just went to DisneyWorld and there were some splash mountain like thanks for dropping in. And I remember I started that like wrote it. They said that I'm like. Look at that like. Making your Mark see like that? Yes, those are the cast members. People remember you are in someone's Disney memory. Couple. Photo albums because some parents to take pictures with me after I sing to their kids. So like they're, you know, around the dinner table or whatever, be like one time we got off slash in that crazy. Cast member made the whole shop sing every and it's gonna bring that back. That's amazing. Yeah, there needs to be you're, you're like over that makes the impression linked. You. Thank you. I've been Issing his lately. Yeah. Yeah, I haven't been back for five years, so I really been missing lately. To go, but I know you are extremely busy and working toward the. Yes, yes, I get it. I get. Well, thank you as always too late inaugural, always busy. Working meantime for us. Oh, it was my pleasure. I enjoy doing this podcast. They really do. It's a lot of fun. It's also made us talk more often yet. Oh, I like it does make us talk more often because usually we only keep in touch when one of us is visiting the other one, and that's about it. And then like, but recently we've like kept more in touch like, you know more what's going on in my life than I think I do sometimes. It's true. Roles. She knows more about everybody they know about themselves including me. She just keeps Amponsah how she does. I'm good memory. I do you work in marketing like I'm a marketing major in like sometimes I'm good with that stuff like when I have to be, but like like it's something marketing people like I can't be good with it when I'm not drowning in books and. Working fulltime it. 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Part 2: Bill OReilly talks Fox News, President Trump vs. Joe Biden, and Killing Crazy Horse (ACS Sep 24)

The Adam Carolla Show

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Part 2: Bill OReilly talks Fox News, President Trump vs. Joe Biden, and Killing Crazy Horse (ACS Sep 24)

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Let's get back to the Adam Corolla show. Bill O'Reilly has joined us the buff killing crazy horse the merciless Indian wars. In America, it's available now on Amazon and has been part of a hugely successful killing series a good to speak the again bill. Grow how you doing out there I'm doing well. I'm interested in this story. So let's talk about that and we can talk about politics. We can talk about life we can talk about business. But let's let's start with the book. How did you pick? How do you pick your subjects for the killing series? Well we started with? Killing. Lincoln. Killing crazy the ninth killing book the most successful non fiction book series of all time I mean that's just staggering for me to think about that, and all of the books that I have written I wanted to know more about the subject that's how I choose the topics. So in killing crazy orders, I'm a former high school history teacher. And there's a huge gap in my knowledge of American history from eighteen thirteen eighteen ninety seventy, seven years of Indian wars. I knew nothing about it other than remembering John Wayne. Movies Rin Tin Tin who I share birthday with. Some people around the prairie? I don't know anything. saw is my. Co Author Martin. Dugard illusion. California said look. Let's find out what really happened. Make these people. Come alive you know real people coach Cheese Geronimo. Crazy horse suiting. To come were they what do they do and were the white people really that bad we steal everything from them. So we found out and we tell you the truth and it's disturbing and many pages but there's heroes and villains on both sides and I think people after reading this book will be able to fend off the far-left propaganda machine that wants you to think America's evil and you'll be armed with facts you'll learn a. Amount and it's fun to read the book. What are let's start with the most basic stuff I'm the same way which is I I know a lot about World War Two for instance and World War One and even Vietnam I, sort of know a lot about wars and battles and stuff but I really don't know anything about the American West in the Indians, and because I, think these people became sort of cartoons to me when I was a kid was cowboys and Indians and there were. Always, in over the top sort of farcical, cartoonish, good and bad sort of way like there was a cartoon version that was the evil bloodthirsty savage, and then there's also the top sort of billy, Jack you know proud Indian crying by the side of the road while the person was polluting the highway and both of them were probably caricatures and and an almost cartoon. Of American Indian. We had the the worst depictions early the bloodthirsty savages and then later they became the most noble people in the world but the truth is usual lies somewhere in between. Look. In School, you cannot learn about the native American wars because the public school system is frightened of the top. The teachers and the principals are afraid. They might be politically incorrect. It might say something wrong. They might use a wrong phrase. They might wear a Washington redskins cap and they'll be cancelled. All right. So the solution to that problem is not teach anything about it. So you go from the revolutionary war to the civil war to Teddy Roosevelt. And then what happened between the revolutionary war and Teddy where millions of people move to California and here's something Corolla Ism for you. You'll love this. So The Washington redskins are gone because you don't want to. Talk about skin color but the San Francisco forty, niners. Corolla there. Okay. The. Forty niners will who were they? They came in thousand hundred, forty, nine northern California decimated the native Americans who live there stole their land. So they could pan for gold discover gold and San Francisco is glorifying afforded niners. Outraged Corolla you cancel at name and changed the name of the San, Francisco football team to the San Francisco Pelosi's, and of course, you're going to need a new logo and that's got to be a hair dryer right on the side of the helmet. So tell us. About let's just start sort of large to small. I? We are moving west and when we move when when the many people in this country start migrating west. That's when we start really encountering this these wars situations and the chiefs is that when it begins. A little bit before that we began with eighteen thirteen in the creek nation in northern Florida, they're fed up. All right. You Got White people come down there killing a game they're invading their homeland and Creek say enough and the leader of the creates the Guy Name William Weatherford here. So fascinating this whole book is William Woodford was educated in Philadelphia's half white half creaky decided lead his nation. So what do they do they? Massacre three hundred people mostly whites with some slaves in Fort Mim South Alabama, kill everybody right, and Grizzly way we put you right inside the fort in killing crazy horse who you gonNA call Andrew Jackson us up in. In Tennessee Nashville somebody just shot him. It's got a bully can't get out of them. He's getting out two bullets in his body and president. Madison Ziada gotta get down there and put these creeks in their place because they're slaughtering people Jackson dots, he goes down to. Alabama big battle of Horseshoe. Bend defeats the Creeks. That's where it started. Jackson becomes a pivotal figure because he becomes president and he knows the end is because he fought them hand the hat. Jackson was sympathetic in fact in. Indian baby whose parents were killed in the fighting and raise the child as his own with his wife. And then Jackson is responsible for migrating all these Indians from the east coast west of the Mississippi, the trail of tears and not nice way. Right right now you got. A whole bunch of Indian tribes west of the Mississippi. Congress passes a law is if you're a white man, you cannot live Wesson Mississippi nobody knows that. Congress passed that law. Okay. Of course, nobody obeyed the law because there's no law west of the Mississippi nobody's there. Right. So these millions of of white people came from Europe they can't read or write they have no skills they migrate West just to get a farm so they can raise their families are in freedom. And they run up against the native Americans have been honest land for hundreds of years. Go on what to do. See You doing this is our land. And then the fighting begins. All right. So Washington says Oh, we have to protect the settlers. Now, the key all this is the fake news industry, Corolla there was fake news in the nineteenth century just as you said, various stupidly. They didn't report why the native Americans were angry or the abuse that they had suffered under Washington. They simply reported every massacre, the Indians debt and they were savages and it will brutal and they didn't deserve to live. Well, that was have the whole view of the native American. Tribes was formed. On the East Coast, the people could read. The Sadler's they didn't know what they were getting into, and so the wars began seventy seven years continuously of war. How much of the war? And it's my maybe not an answer and non answerable question but the settlers were white. There were European there are uneducated. They had never probably seen Indians where they come from. How was there a racial component to this from the beginning or was it just a dude who was there on land that? I wanted or did it become? Did there was race injected into this at some point with the news stories on the East Coast? It. Wasn't so much race. It was their godless heathens and when the pilgrims came over and settled in Massachusetts, the Indian save their butts. The Indians of Massachusetts saved the pope's they would all die. But the Indians were friendly there and they traded and they taught the pilgrims had a gross stuff at the winners all of that. In New York when the Dutch sailed up the Hudson. All right. They ran into the air quad not. Front. Uruguay were very, very warlike trot. So there were different tribes and the difference was how they wanted to engage the white people. Some tries wanted to kill them and torture them or the tribes wanted trade befriends. Didn't have a racial component. It was more of our you aggressive or are you willing to live side by side? So would it be fair to say that tribes sort of had? Personalities like breeds of dogs like some dogs are very aggressive and can hurt you others more docile good with kids. You know what I mean. So there was some like Labrador tribes and there was some sort of pit bull tribe. Sir, they had different personalities I'm I'm guessing that that using them over the years. But here's the fascinating part about the native American culture. The tribes were totally dependent on their leaders. And if the leader was a psychopath, then that tribe went that way. But if the leader was enlightened like chief Joseph and the Nez perce up in the Pacific Northwest, then the tribes tended to be reasonable. So we teach you about. Co Cheese Geronimo crazy whore sitting bull Joseph to come. So all the big names that America's no blank about they don't know anything about these people now some of them were very noble. All right. But some of them were bruce. And the most brutal tribe whether command cheese in Texas northern Mexico and Oklahoma. You did not want to be captured by the comanche ever. They were not gonNa Brooke you and they. Fought, other Indian tribes. That's what again they were wasn't as unified. They're all different no cities, no citadels, no central government. So when the whites came and from Europe and from the East Coast they were used to structure. They were used to a town and the sheriff and you add a judge. Any anything like that. They were nomadic. All right so that there was this clash of culture and it wasn't so much rates. All right. It was like you're totally different than we are we want your land. You're not getting it and that's why the wars began. Slightly kind of off the wall question but at some point. In the Indians got hold of like Winchester Rifles. I where did they get those winchester rifles? Well from. Their victories over the US army. Escaped the rifles. Yeah Coaches was never defeated never. In Arizona. They could beat him crazy horse never defeated until after the little bighorn. CUSTER's last stand these were brilliant tacticians and that's another thing. Americas zone. Oh, these are really sophisticated. Makers of war. And they would attack. On Boys they would attack forts they would attack when it railroad got up and that was the really the beginning of the end of the native American culture. What's a railroad went from Saint Louis San Francisco. They could get US troops there fast with cannons and guts but the news initially were able to raid, and Mexico was a big part of this the unions ray of the Mexican and Mexican armies petrified. Of The nation and steal all their stuff guns, horses, ammo women. Alcohol you name it and that's where they became armed. What kind of things with the Apaches, studio if they took you prisoner. Wasn't so much. The Apaches it was a command command excites me. Right, the Apaches were brutal if cornered. The Apaches were more were more basically. Leave US alone. Yes. Comanche were very aggressive. Very aggressive. So the you there's a, there's a comanche moon in it's coming up in October for all your people in California if you could see it through the wildfires. Big Big Harvest Moon, and the call it the Comanche Moon. because. The moon is so bright that everybody in the area of Texas northern Mexico Alma New the comanche would raid at night. 'cause they could see the horses they could see where they were going called the Comanche Moon. If, they got you it was mostly tortured by fire. And we have to lay it out in killing crazy worse. We have to tell you what they did and and it's really. Amazing brutal. In fact, so bad that the US army taught their soldiers. If you run out of AMMO, you leave one bullet in the chamber. And you know what? That was four Corolla moves for putting the gun in your mouth. That's right. So every soldier and most of the soldiers who went. West. Where immigrants? Who signed up in the army. soldier, new you don't get captured you have to kill yourself Was it when they would torture you. It obviously wasn't to get information out of you wasn't really to benefit was to send a message. I suppose I mean was there any method behind the madness? It was fun sport and the Indian women did to torturing. A really tort- torture was beneath the met. Dade. Turn it over to women. And women were torture and a there was no reason to do it. They didn't send any message, the message we sent. That burned down a farms and you know that was it and they kill the soldiers. But this was just fun and the women would be the ones who would carry it out. Yeah it's kind of like what it is now symbolically, but it was physically back now. Jess. Yeah. This is a joke for the Corolla Yours so. It is funny at the I don't think I've ever seen that depicted in a movie. Going just maybe going along with all the things we get wrong over the years so. We have the settlers there heading west the running into the Indians. The Indians, they vary from tribe to try. But what is their general? View of life did they have a religion? Is the religion more sort of nature spirit based? Are they schooling? I know they're nomadic but what would be as sort of a general term? You could say like here's how these people lived. Basically. Nature base faith. that. There was a great spirit who created all of the. Things. That the native Americans needed to survive. they were very respectful of animals and the environment. If they kill the Buffalo, they used every part of the buffalo some for food some for the tents. The Buffalo Horn Jr. every part of the animal was used no abuse. They were appalled by the white man just gutting animals down shooting them out trains. Now, it was a big big bone of contention between the Indians and the whites. They were not people who prayed. They did have a shaman. which was attached to the various tribes would you know do the? Basic. Okay. The higher power wants us to kill everybody in Fort Kearney. So here we go. But their lifestyle, most of the native American tribes exceptions you can go to Mesa Verde in Colorado and see exceptions of tribes that did stay in one place farmed a little bit but most of them would go. South when it was called North. When it was hot follow big buffalo herds where they went. And they were used to. Fending for themselves, they didn't rely on. Other than the tribe in which they were. and. It was a fascinating fascinating culture but they did war among themselves. There was a lot of that wasn't just the white man they were after how large were some of these tribes in terms of numbers Well, crazy horse had five thousand warriors. Wow. When customers showed up with about eight hundred men. Now custer was so arrogant. Sway, jacket, the Red Cravat, the flowing blonde hair. The little had on Jaunty manner. He said you know eight hundred crack US can take a couple of thousand wars. She didn't know there were five thousand. We're in drones to give them Intel and customers very confident that he was gonNA. Kick Butt. But anyway, they're warrant because of the food aspect. The tribes were kept in a manageable way and you could be a part of the Sioux tribe knew a lot of different sues were the Oh gala that was crazy always but there are a lot of them but they didn't all band together it'd be to defeat everybody So there were scattered around, but for crazy horse he managed to unite. The tribes go get custer and that's led to his demise. What was their language? Did they have a common language? No, we're all spoke different languages. In fact, the southern Indians Patches Comanche people down there smoke a lot of Spanish. Because they had Interact with the Mexican government and trade and all that and some of them learned English. You know the smarter of them but the Indian dialects vary from area to area and that was another. Reason they didn't unify. So it had own language on culture, the point of view and they wanted to stay fairly compact. So there was no big push to come. Sit tried it. He tried to unite all of the Indian tribes to. Fend off this migration that was coming over the allegheny mountains and you know William Henry. Harrison. Defeated Tecumseh and children and it was into him. How much innovation or technology for lack of a better term involved with them in terms of water storing food, you know shelter and things of that nature like was there was there innovation with some of the tribes? Well there was an very interestingly, they use plants and they used. For various ailments but life expectancy for native. Americans in the nineteenth century was. Fifty, forty, eight, some of the tribal elders reach seventy, seventy five. Particularly when they assimilated with whites. But here's the fascinating part of killing crazy horse Corolla and you'll find this interesting I believe. Martin. REGARD IS MY CO author research. We didn't take what happened from the white point of view in the custody case we couldn't because there were no white people surviving that bat. We took most of our information. From the oral history that was passed down from the tribes from generation to generation, and then as the nineteenth century progressed, some of the tribe members learn how to write English and wrote it down the battle of the little bighorn. We tell exclusively from the native American point of view. Again because there was no white one, they're all dead. All right and it's fascinating because the oral history is very, very precise and they get down to you know this is what your is. What sitting bull did. This is what the brave's did and Facet I'll give you one nugget custer. With custer crazy personal. Was Macho. Mano. A Mano. He was the only body. On the battlefield that wasn't mutilated. Custom. Is craziest. told his warriors kill them with? Don't touch him For that because the Indians had all superstition. If you cut off, there's or cut off that you can't go to the heaven whatever happy. That call whatever a baby I would never use that phrase. BILLION SONGS I heard from the from the fifty s I know was. So that's how sophisticated it was. So we're all eight hundred customers men kill then or mutilated. No because custer divided his force into three. Big Mistake Cluster lead one reno led another ben teen led another when country got into trouble custer went into the Sioux Village Road in on on horseback with his guys. Then I said Oh we got three hundred. They got five thousand. We'd better get to do that here. which they tried to do, but crazy ores anticipated that had surrounded them and he couldn't escape Ben Teen. Reno are both colonels new what was happening and we're too frightened and so we're all there is to go to custer's. Relief to reinforce him and Reno and and Ben team both got tried. By the US government or cowardice and but they knew. Because they knew what the outcome outcome was going to be right. So they just gotten surrounded customers two, hundred, seventy, five men or or so and they just slaughtered them. That way. Yeah took about forty five minutes. CUSTER's brother is brother in law his cousin to newspaper reporters. I was hoping they were going to be from the New York Times, but they warrant from a Dakota newspaper. That was another jest And everybody that. About forty five minutes, how many Indians were were killed in that nobody knows because the oral history of the battle did not. Compute that. So. All the Indian casualties were removed from the battlefield. The Indians left all the whites. All. Right. So they could count how many would get if you go to South Montana now, the custer battlefield Zehr with markers on where everybody died it's it's a US national. Park. So, but the Indians took their dead and wounded, and there was no oral history of numbers. Were most of the American soldiers back then Europeans. Are YOUNG IMMIGRANTS IN A. In a way, a lot of military are in our modern day time or Hispanics and blacks, and you know folks some some new to this country. But some it's usual at sort of lower middle class. You're going to take this job because you don't have an uncle that has a successful business. You can't go work with him. You have to join the military, right essentially same same held back then. Yeah because the civil war was a turning point during the civil war. All of the US government troops are pulled back to fight the confederacy. Is Ran Wild Out West. So if you were unlucky enough to be in Tucson Arizona You were protected by the US Army Fort Nearby. But all of a sudden there were got. They got called back to fight the confederates and said, hey, this is good. We'll just go and kill everybody which they did. All right. But after the civil war, a lot of the Union troops stayed in the army. And they were hardened veterans but many of them were from Ireland Germany, those countries in particular. Would come to the US didn't have an economic basis, no education and the army paid them. And they became professional soldiers. And then after the civil war. There were moved out west and they said, look we got to provide a measure of protection. For the people out there, and so here come the blue coats, and then as I said, the railroad made that much easier to do. You'd have to ride out there you go on a railroad and get out there much faster with heavy artillery, cannon and guns, and all of that now is the end of the Indians Railroad. Interesting, was the primary weapon for the Indian before they got the RIMINGTON's sort of from from the white man essentially. WAS IT era was it at battle axe or Tomahawk I mean were they as skilled that shooting the Arrows on horseback? Was it accurate? Was that was a? An effective method for killing people. The primary weapon for many not all but many native American tribes was the lance of the land like. Like medieval Europe right. Because with the big lance and they had the tip, the steel tip all right or was stolen whatever. They could do unbelievable things with it. They could throw it like a javelin. They could stab the earth if they were hunting. They could get a rabbit or whatever they were after boot and the Lance. They could when they fought other Indians without firearms it was who stronger on a worse right? Right. Now, for other long range battles, it was the bow and Arrow mainly with fire So when there was Djing the forts, they would go boom. Throw the. The flaming Arrow because all the fort's would right and. Go. Up. And then close in off the horse, it was a Tomahawk. And the knife and all the Indian victims scalped. took. That was the mark of a brave warrior. How many scalps did you get was a Tomahawk and knife hand the hand? The I guess they had the ability to shape metal or was everything sharpens stone. Trying to Japan as as as the culture progressed. Got More sophisticated. So. They didn't have you know like four Jing and iron and like that but they could steal and whatever the white man had. The Indian SAT. So for example, you have train tracks, right? Right. So the tries to just pull the train tracks up. And they would use the steel of the train tracks to put on the edge of the lance right or the Arrow. In the beginning it was stone and then got more sophisticated India's were forager's. That's what they did. They went out and they would take anything that you have. So say they attack a house well, all pots and pans in the house. Going to the village. For a variety of reasons, they're unbelievably creative in how they used everything the native Americans God it's really interesting to hear these people sort of become people and not cartoon characters as you become as wrote the book. I wrote it because Americans don't know anything about it. And that's a pretty big gap in knowledge I am so tired and I know you are too I am so tired Afar people sent a weren't evil country we below everything up no more statues. Our history is terrible white supremacist and it's it's so much more complicated than that. In almost every regard, my job with these nine killing books is to tell you the truth. About what happened then you can make an educated opinion of your country well, I. Agree. The Way I, always sort of look at it is. Being evil or being racist or wanting to randomly hurt people is sort of a luxury meets a waste of time. You know what I mean when you're poor and you're hungry and you're desperate and you're trying to your nomadic or you're trying to get from the eastern part of the country to the western part of the country being racist or just being evil is kind of a it's kind of a waste of time. You know you really your priorities are to get fed into, get shelter into get whatever, and you can hurt people along the way who don't look like you but that doesn't mean you're racist. There was. There was a religious fervor. That made people white people cruel. That because they're not Christians and they're you know savages and not atheist but they have no. Traditional religion that we knew we want with that there was that. All right but you're absolutely right. If you were just forging ahead, trying to survive out there Indian could be your best friend. Dan Booming knew that Davy Crockett knew that both of those guys are in killing crazy horse. They knew I mean look if you could make friends with some native Americans, they help you a lot as the pilgrims learn firsthand. But then you had this religious. To it that you know. Was Not a good thing. Well, I WANNA. Talk about Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett, and turn them into human beings instead of cartoon characters as well. Of course we all. Grew up with Davy Crockett and I think fess parker may have played Daniels. Absolutely as yeah dive and they made some Disney movies and TV shows but but again, everything was a part of Hollywood sort of. Caricature, you remember the Song Corolla Davey Day. Crockett King. Of The wild frontier. We should do Chris I parker. Together. All right. Let me hit chipmunks. Let me hit. Break, and we'll talk about those two characters once again, I only know what? What The Walt Disney Corporation taught me about this too I I'll tell you about the true Nigerian been taken true Jin. It's a daily supplement. 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Happy to report that bill is not just a spokesman that he actually knows the subject because I literally was just. All over the road quizzing him about. All these things that I vaguely know and he has a various students are for all of them so. Thanks for not just being the name on the book, but actually being intimately familiar with the subject matter. That we were talking about Davy Crockett Daniel Boone talk about the two characters. So I have in my possession in my history collection, the deed when Daniel Boone's sold his Kentucky home and acreage because he was fed up with too many people coming into the bluegrass state and wanted to move to Missouri where nobody was so Daniels's feisty. Guy. had been on the periphery of helping the new United States government move into Kentucky had fought the British on in during the war of eighteen twelve was a scout as many like folks Daniel didn't like people like. Corolla. had. But it was a coon skin at and he got it was a scout. All right. But he had money because he rented his services out to business people who wanted to explore. The Midwest so he moved to. Missouri. Doesn't work out for him there and he comes back. Not a real consequential guy in US history other than the name and the legend. Davy Crockett's diff I have a letter from Davy. Crockett he was a congressman. From Tennessee only serve one term because he couldn't stand Washington and sit in the office. Davey was. Outdoors Guy Rock, this Guy Indian fighter from the jump. Good shot. Didn't really like invention outy got married abandoned his wife and kids kind of floated all over the place. Did worked for Andrew Jackson for a little while. But he found his way out to Texas because David was restless restless guy he wanted to act. Let me go out to Texas. She was going on out there unfortunately Davey wound up in the Alamo. And that was the end of Davy Okay but. He was much more of a presence in history a man he was an explorer. He was an Indian fighter then he fought the Mexican army. The Alamo and you know very flamboyant guy that left more much bigger trail pardon upon then Daniel Boone. I believe I'M GONNA ask my producer. Chris. You can look it up. Didn't. Zakar are Abrahams of airplane fame, Naked Gun, and all that wasn't one of them. A big Daniel Boone. Memorabilia collector I don't know bill if you know that story but Zakar Abrahams, guys who obviously done all those naked gun, an airplane movies and police squad sort of beyond all those comedies. I think it's I. think it suck I said Sucker Abrams. One of them has a large collection of Daniel Boone. Davy Crockett Damian crime. Damn it. A huge day they're able. Is Not, a lot of Davy Crockett stuff around. I have a letter written by. then. Congressman Crockett. With a of misspellings guerrilla. Say A lot of misspellings. Well. You know frontier cursive. We'll give them a break. Then have spellcheck on their quills. Sure so I can't even spell check on twitter I'm screwed. So I, we're these is what would they've been? They've been your rowdy friends from high school that drank a little too much. Would they've been? You know sort of the quiet God who kept to himself who didn't want neighbors like I'm trying to Think of who these guys would be today. If they can survive because both. Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett were. People who didn't like civilization very much. They didn't want to settle down they didn't want to conform. They didn't want to have a job or be a farmer they wanted adventure. So, maybe a CIA or one of those things, but they were explorers and they just want to get out there and see what was over the next mountain. That's who they were weren't gun fighters. They weren't Lookin' they weren't aggressively violent. They just wanted action and. It, worked out okay for him but Crockett was killed lane he was thirty four when he died. At the Alamo. Right. And How did they befriend the Indians? How did they have these? Relationships where they could travel through their territories. Boone was such a skilled woodsmen that the Indians in. Kentucky and Ohio respected him. because. He was the first guy out there. And he was eccentric guy who lived like the Indians. Lived in the same. We haunt. because. We go to sleep, get up and. Do it again. Yeah, they built a cabin but the Indians and Daniel Boone had a lot in common Crockett was more of a guy was very charismatic. On they loved them. He was a macho man Andrew Jackson's friend good shot good with a knife. The guy walks in a bar and everybody wants to buy him a drink right? That was Davey. Boom was much more solitary. Worries me, and I'm sure it works. You too is well the sort of version of history that we're trying to teach all the kids these days which I feel like is sort of poisoning them in the in the modern time through sort of taking these people and turning them into very negative cartoon characters, and there's so much to glean from from the history good and bad. Do you worry about what is being taught and how it's being taught in the in the school sixteen nineteen project and and things of that nature sort of black lives matter. Manifest stone that sort of stuff. Well I do worry about it because parents are becoming increasingly derelict in their responsibility to make sure their children know about their country. So history. They can't teach. About Native Americans crawl, you can't do that and they'd. Because you make one false statement. Or. You wear a Washington redskins cap like I said. And you're canceled. Street teacher no we're not going to get into this native Americans. We're GONNA go right from the revolutionary war to the civil war to Chatty Rosa. No in between because I might say something wrong. And then a little Zeke is going to go home and Heather and That's about the data back and then all of a sudden the teachers up against on charges in front of the school board, you're a racist. that. So it's not taught. And therefore, we get an army of younger Americans who know absolutely nothing about because you remember a segment I did on on the factor called waters world more Jesse waters out to ask me even the basics and nobody knew anything. That's where we are a country. It was like a historical jaywalking. As. Jay Leno. Stole it for Leno. To be clear as we did it way back and people's all Yoda us to dump people know we did it. And time. We didn't add it. This is a we talk through. This is what they said didn't select the dump all right and when you have a population. That doesn't know anything. then they'll swallow propaganda on both sides on both the left and the right. and. That's my mission. In these killing books you killing Lincoln killing England, killing crazy horse. You'll know how you choose for. You need those through book. You'll know by the way the broadcast show no Spin News weeknights eight PM Eastern Five, o'clock Pacific on the on the the first TV new media network yeah. So let's talk about that and Fox and such. I'm not a I. Don't have a everything happens for a reason. I'm not that Guy I do believe that change is always good even when it doesn't initially feel good I lost a broadcast syndicated radio show job when I replaced Howard Stern and CBS radio cut me. I don't know twelve years ago and I was disappointed and unhappy that I'd lost my job now as I look back on it, probably the best thing that ever happened to me, how do you feel looking back on your relationship with Fox and was it a blessing in disguise? Well. I don't know about that but I had been in corporate media for forty two years. At Fox Channel More than twenty. A very successful and all my venues Stein I work hard I think I bring a unique view of. Life to ever I do but I had had pretty much. And it was a big change in management and Fox Roger Ailes left company, and he was the originator of the concept and I was left there by Saint. All right. I mean you know we're doing real well with the number one rated cable news show, but I had to answer to a corporation. And then when the corporation didn't back me, I, said all right. Well, I'll go do something else and by that time I, was iconic people knew what was I had tons of money in the bank thank God because money gives you options and then I decided to form I know my own news agency Bill O'Reilly Dot Com. Now that has gone just this year alone from five million company dollar. Company to a twenty, five, billion dollar company in nine months while this is the pandemic and racial stuff because people know I'll tell them. The truth may not agree with me but I'll back up what I say and that's why the books you know the killing crazy horse of I, two weeks or so more than two, hundred, thousand copies Karol. That's a lot of a lodge. And trump's not even in the book I tried to get him in, but it's one hundred and fifty years. Too early. Up I hate trump. Did Book is just injury book two, hundred, thousand copies so. I wouldn't say it was a blessing because you always want to go out on your own terms and. But. It took me forty eight hours to say I'M GONNA start my own news. Agency. Again. Thank God. I believe in God you don't but who's more handsome? which you have to say. Well. I I. Don't say a blessing I say in life when there's a change sometimes, it's a relationship. sometimes, it's a boss sometimes, it's a company worker. I said usually when you get a year away from that time of divorce or that time of being fired at that time of going separate ways or having to move or whatever that changes usually when you look back on it. You're sort of happy that it turned out that way because you would have never met this person or you never would've started this company and that's the way I sort of look at it not that you're happy about it just that it turned out to be a positive thing because now you're doing something that you wouldn't have been doing. That is a very wise assessment that you just put forth to your viewers, but there's one other factor involved because I got out of the corporate world. I could spend more time with my kids. I'm coming to you for my studio to my house right just like you. Saw I spent a lot of time in the teen years with. And that was an enormous plus. So I always spent time with him. But now I could be a presence that. Had An impact and I don't talk about that kind of stuff very much. But that was an unintended consequence of this whole thing. That is the biggest positive of all. Do you have a relationship with Tucker. Carlson you watch the show you have any interest in the past and or Tucker once in a while I'll tune in. To Watch to see what everybody's doing I don't know Tucker very well. I know I'm a little bit but he was in Washington I was in New York. In. The first couple of years every took over for me he's doing. All right. But then that show went into. Different areas where. Like are not. The guy is saying, stop the nobody else says. When you do that It's like Stern. You mentioned Howard Stern when you do that. They'll be audience a comes to hear it. So he's not predictable. Says things that no one also say on television. so I think he's doing fine. Do you on a personal note because I suffer a little from this. Sometimes, I'll meet people talk them little bit I'll spend some time with them and they'll go I thought you were this kind of guy but it turns out you're a nice guy or you're not anything like I thought you were or your sort of portrayed to be, and I suspect you suffer from that as well. And there's a two way street and it can go back and forth like we've learned from L. and recently that she was being portrayed as this and now she's being portrayed as that. Do you feel like there's a caricature of you. That's out there that. America knows but they don't if they really knew more about you or more, your interest would be surprised to find out X. wines either you're a very dedicated family man or. Historian are former history teacher do you feel that you suffer from that? Well I don't even think about it. God's honest. Truth I mean I have no one knew what? Twenty Years Girl? Yes. Okay. You know who? I am. Yes I mean you know who I am right but. People Form Impressions. I don't even think about them. and. I wrote a book called a bowl fresh piece of humanity, which is kind of a bile. Funny Bile my picture on the cover as an altar boy of my hands like this people want to know about me they can find out. But what I do is I kind of blindly go along I. Put forth my opinion and I write my books if you like them. And me I'm thrilled if you don't I don't care. I'm not in the persuasion business. All right and I have to say everybody in the world knows me Corolla which is a bad thing. But wherever I go everybody knows me because twenty plus years in prime time on television we'll get you that. And being I don't know six four like that. I mean just six four and you know but but I'm not. Flamboyant. In person I don't try to draw attention to myself when I'm out in public but very the point I wanted to make was very few people are nasty to me or common inappropriate. I wouldn't Brooke bad and you're right. I'm a big guy and maybe they don't want to mess with the Irish guy at this. But I have to say ninety percent of my interactions with the public or positive and they know what I do. They know who I am. I don't do the personal stuff. I don't do the People magazine. I don't do any of that. All right because I know I'm never going to get fair shake from it ever in a million years it's not the presses and like it was twenty five years ago now Harpoon Harpoon. Harpoon. That's what they. Well I'M NOT GONNA play a game. Let's let me I want to kind of circle back to something. I said I think you said you're not impression business like. Persuasion persuasion business yes. Apache Comanche. Damn it. All right. So the persuasion business. So here's I'm interested in this sort of psychological dynamic thing. So Hollywood is in the persuasion business everyone in Hollywood that's kind of their business, the persuasion business. You're not in the persuasion business and I don't know neither Ben Shapiro they seem to have a certain ir the Hollywood community for the folks that aren't into the persuasion slash popularity business because that is their business they don't say it out loud. I'm just wondering if there's a dynamic here somewhere, which is if they understand there are in the persuasion business mix with the pop running for homecoming King and you're not is there part is that a dynamic that gets their IRA UP I am not a person who will pander and you know that better than anybody. So. If I see. Some guy named Monty and he run ca a my going over and Gore. Judy do it's never gonNA happen all right. So let me give you a good example of your question and this will answer your question. I did the David Letterman show about fourteen times okay and Letterman in the beginning despised me. And what he wanted to do because I never cozied up to letterman didn't say Dave, I like that tie or that monologue the top ten was the greatest ever. Would I do that? I'm respectful and polite, but never do that. So he wanted to. Score points with his liberal crew because Dave's unavowed liberal. With me. So I'm on his show in time I guess it was maybe the fourth time I was on there and promoting a book and he says, you know Riley. Eighty. percent of what you say is crap. Be said that to me right right on air right and. There was a hush in the audience. He was Sardonic but that's pretty in your face right for gas. So I looked and I, said I said Dave, can you give me one example of that? Silence. He could. And I said if you can't give me one example that how can you calibrate? That eighty percent of what I'm saying is garbage when you can't provide one thing back that up isn't that a little disrespectful to your audience here. That was it. That was it. Okay From that moment on. Letterman like me. An interview he said, I. was one of the best guess he's ever had on his program and I could see it in his eyes I bested him. All right. pandered to him. But I replied an honest way. And no one in Hollywood would have done that. Would have. Either fallen apart and. Call for their press agent. Tell them what to say. Or they would is it. You know that's right. Eddie percent of what I say is garbage I'll be better. I'll be better days. But May. I don't care if David Letterman things at eighty percent of what I say garbage I couldn't care less I was curious to know how we arrived at that number. Then, when I was over, I got a standing o. from his audience while that night. I. I gotta hit a piece of business. I'll tease we should talk a little modern day politics I. Know You know trump well. I'd like to hear your thoughts on chances for second term wedding needs to do and maybe what he doesn't need to do and Biden, and so forth, we'll do that in one second. 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If you could I've heard you speak pretty eloquently about trump I believe, I, heard you on my friend Dennis Prager show radio program couple of weeks ago. Very. Insightful stuff from a person who knows trump pretty well. What are your impressions? What are your thoughts I dunno forty forty days out or so. Well, I can't make any predictions now I think next Tuesday in the debate after that will have some clarity. I wrote a book called the United States. If trump, it's a history book on the president if you really want to understand him and most people don't and I understand. But if you really WanNa, know about him and why he does what he does you read the United. States trump and you'll not. So at this point, it's a referendum on Donald trump the election on November thirty. It's do we want this guy for four more years or we want him off the stage forever and the nation is pretty much divided in half on it. All right. So then you have the Biden factor if there was a charismatic if were Barack Obama had emerged this year. rather than in two thousand, eight Obama would've just one against trump. In, a landslide. If, there were some alternative to the. Chaos. That president trump brings because he does bring brings chaos. That's not to say, he hasn't been successful in his presidency because has been if you just step back, take the emotion out of it what he did with the economy was. Very. Very impressive. Destroyed ice. He's got all of our enemies afraid of him. Now, Putin may be an exception to that. All right, but you did some good things. But if you read the La Times, a New York Times. Washington Post, he didn't do anything good ever his whole life. Yeah I mean the Middle Gone moving of the NBA moving the embassy the Middle East. I mean that's pretty historic off. He's frightened nomination. Sure. But he's done some things that have not been. Constructive the country basically because his personality is I'm not GonNa take any crap right. I'm going to tell David Letterman CD. He wouldn't have asked Letterman what I ask give me one example he would have called Dave. A Name and then made fun of his hair, right? That's what trump would dot. Right so he creates this tension right now Biden is gonna come across next Tuesday night as the pacifier right I'm the experienced hand I'm gonNA bring everybody together and I, Joe Biden I look at this barbarian let's get the huns out of Washington and bring in the civilized people led by me. That's what he's trying to sell. Trump hand changed not going to pander is going to much better off under me particularly if you're black or Hispanic because I've got a rip roaring economy and wants to Cova things subsides, it's coming back strong. But if you elect those people we're going to go into a recession that's your choice. But there is there there's one more factor involved for next Tuesday night when. You Watch, the Bait which will be the most well watch debate in the history of debates. Can Buy. Get his ideas across in a manner that makes you think the man is operating at one hundred percent because I don't think he's operating at one hundred percent. All right I think he's down Aaron in sixty somewhere. percentile in terms operation yes. Obviously there's something going on beyond just being. Older than he was when you see footage of him from two thousand and fifteen, he seems spry. In clear and obviously there's something neurological going on the question is how much and how fast You, know I wrote a book called Killing Reagan. After Reagan was shot a few months after he was inaugurating almost died his mental acuity collapsed public didn't know right and this is the fascinating part about the book killing rate the kept it from the American people. But some days Reagan could not do his job couldn't do all right. But other days he was clear and he made a miraculous comeback from that awful situation bite could make the comeback. He could I'm not a doctor I don't know but I follow this as you know as closely as any human being in a world follows it. And I don't think at times Joe. Biden knows what he's saying. He's disconnected now I the words coming out of his mouth I. that's frightening. That is frightening. I've spoken to Dr drew about this on more than one occasion when you say. Over two, hundred, million, Americans have died of covid nineteen anyone can botch a number anyone can miss speak but to power on and not catch yourself to not have right we all speak for living. We all know we've mispronounced person's name or a city or a number, and immediately stop and go back and fix it because there's a party or brain that says. You said two, hundred, million when you meant two, hundred, thousand, one, you start getting into a neurological part of this little dementia a little something going on, you can push you'll push pass that thing you said it's not really miss speaking it's not catching your brain will catch it. We do it all the time. The good ones like Bill O'Reilly do it very rarely. But him powering forward with miscues an interesting part that it's not the miscue it's the pushing past not stopping and correcting he he doesn't hear it right? He doesn't hear it okay now. Advance the story, which is what I always do. The problem with casting a vote for Joe. Biden is that you're gonNA get somebody running. The country, the most powerful man in the world. Who at times? Can't process information. And because of that is very afraid don't you think that Joe Biden is afraid he is. All right that's why he doesn't do press. That's why he doesn't do rallies. He's afraid. He knows that he's diminished when you're afraid in a job like the president of the United States, you are susceptible to other people. Telling you what to do. And I believe that the Biden campaign is being run by Obama ACOLYTES. All right people like David Axelrod and that the far left to wait to get joe in the office because everything they want. He may not support it, but he's not going to stand up against it. Because, he's confused and frightened. If you see a confused and frightened man on the stage next Tuesday night. You have to vote for Donald, trump as much as you may loathe him. And that is what is going to happen will either see confused and frightened man Joe Biden or person in command, and we don't know who's going to show up. Well, my last comment slash question is is I agree with what you're saying. If this in fact is a referendum on trump. Then by nature we it doesn't much matter who the other person is. I agree confused and weak and indecisive, and all that kind of stuff is not going to be a good luck. But if in fact it is really a referendum on trump then it's just a referendum on trump will take a we'll take a coat rack. Over five, five to eight percent of Americans at this point are persuadable, right? That will tell the tale that's the group and you know with the Internet even if you don't watch stupid debate. With this everybody's GonNa see every mistake. The five to eight hold on. A lot of people are listening and not watching bill just pointed at his groin. Sorry go ahead. No I pointed at this stupid machine the phone is the dominating. Culture every simple way but summing up. Most important election in my lifetime. I don't want the far left in charge of this country. I've seen what they're doing New York City that cities fallen apart under the Communist. A Communist. Portland Oregon I lived there. That place is going down Seattle going down Minneapolis a shambles. 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Ep. 161: Only in Texas

MeatEater Podcast

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Ep. 161: Only in Texas

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Yawns Patel us from meter. My name is Jesse griffis talk here. Talk talk, your talk your deal talk. Be restaurants, man. I have a couple of restaurants in Austin. Di Di da Correa cheered for Austin. Or or me? Also run a business called new school of traditional cookery where we cooperate a kind of culinary aspect into hunting and fishing offered three day trips. Custom trip stuff like that. Also wrote a cookbook called a field while game and fish cookbook. I I am Danielle. I. I wild and whole. So I am the girl who cuts up hearts and tells you how to cook it. He everybody. My name's Karl, Malcolm. I'm the regional wildlife ecologist for the forest service based out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and my whole career is rooted in the fact that I love to hunt and fish. That's what motivated me to become a wildlife scientists, and this is this is Carl this is Carl eight that's eight th appearance on the on the show. Yeah, it's an honor. Man. I appreciate it in Carl pointed out that not only has Johnny cash spin on this stage. Also Groucho Marx we're walking in the footsteps of legends legends. So I was going to talk about but I decided not to talk about it. A bunch is the how in Houston a woman went into this. Just happened woman goes into smoke a joint you guys know this story in an abandoned house. There's a tiger hanging out. And they're in a cage. It's like I'll say that's like the most Texas thing. I've ever heard I got. So this guy worked with Brody? We're we were rounded up things though. Like just some local flavor in Brodie stumbles on I'll go ahead, and it's a little late. But is that what they mean by high fence? That's so that Texas high offense or is talking about. So. Brodie guy were Brody rounds up. This like it's like a round up of game warden activities from around the state and so game warden and vans aunt county to game wardens you from van Zandt county. If I hit on some of the of the people if you people are in these stories, please come to the stage. This. So like, you get a picture game wardens, right? They're out trying to catch poachers and stuff. These game words advancing county are going down the road, and they come across a vehicle stop in the middle of the road. So they questioned the people, and there's a there's a person who's too drunk to explain where they live which is making it hard for their designated driver to get them home. The designated driver turns out has been drinking. So the game wardens arrest, the designated driver, and the dude who can't figure out where he lives somehow has it in him to call another body to come pick them up that body shows up and he too is arrested for drinking and driving. And so moving down to I keep messing this up the Z one. How do you say it Z county Zapatero? Yeah. You guys from there. So. Here. Hear a game warden response to a tip about an illegal gillnet and the Rio Grande day. Goes down there on the Texas side of the river and starts pulling out some mono-filament Gill net, which has been set a legally. And by the time he's done. He is hauled in four thousand feet of gillnet. Near Abilene a game warden sees people shooting from a truck. Stop someday ask them what's going on. And they explained that their multi-tasking because. One of the things they're doing is. They're drinking. One of the things they're doing is the woman her and her boyfriend or drinking, and they're teaching her son. How to drive and they're hunting hogs. In bear county, which I made the mistake last. I called Baxter county back are which didn't go over. Well, bear county game wardens, find a guy on social media. Brag about how he's been doing a lot of hunting and fishing in the San Antonio power plant property, which is close to said activities, and they want to find the guy so they review his social media posts and eventually figure out who he is. And learn that he's a he's on felony probation. So they can't find him. So they just go down and wait for him when you can just show up for his probation court hearing and then arrest him. Another Texas news story. That's interesting is red wolves so red. I'm trusting you to know about this Carl red wolves have been declared extinct in the wild in the wild. And if tried captive breeding they have on an island off of North Carolina. They have tried some yet. But there's no red wolves alive in the wild. Yeah. And they were just surprised to learn that on Galveston island, the coyotes their carry red wolf genetics. Yeah. In quite a bit of it quite a bit. Yes. Like to the point where based on the most recent genetic analyses. They have more similarity to the red wolves than they do to pure blooded Cayo. So that kind of a middle ground which raises some interesting questions about what defines a species. Really? Yes. What do you think is it now can Texans start worrying about how they have wolves? Or is that premature oh, there's probably plenty of that chatter already. Lert thing. The second time I talk about this. But you guys have this. It's hard for you to pronounce know the animal, I'm going to say the nilghai. Okay, right now, you also have a problem Texas with CAD the cattle fever tip not the tick that makes you can't eat meat, but like a tic spreads the disease. Cattle fever, and they can Aratu Kate and Cadillac can control and cattle. But now the nilghai carry the tick, so they are installing motion activated spray machines that are like trail cams, but they blast nilghai with a solution containing nematodes that kill the ticks, which beat some unnerving shit to happen to you. Right. To be like walk. Did. It wasn't also. You would you would be I would be distressed for a minute. Zap them was that you know, how these app them. I've looked into it. So the trick is nilghai are very wide ranging species like compared to a whitetail deer that cover a ton more ground, but they congregate at shared latrines. Oh, so they're installing these things at the shared latrines where all the nilghai will get together and do their business. So it's like even more on nervous. You show up to do your business. And then you end up getting sprayed that really right now we have to genuine Texans. Have you guys eaten? Of hundred Noga, we we've actually done a lot of stuff. I was just down on the king. A couple of weeks ago was much client. I was cooking for clients that were hunting, no guy. It's true. You'll see a eight foot circle of Noga shit in a road. Do they like the mound it up? It's mostly flat. I'd say it's like a hill or Dale of shit. Because you know Llamas like if you if my brother keeps his Llamas out in a flat. Like if you keep on a flat pasture Llamas like to any kind of little rise to get on an ill shit in the same spot and build a little look like a little pitcher's mound. This becomes substantial. And then they'll perch up on there. Just to get a better look. But but the meat is the new guy meat is good. It's fantastic. Even the bigger bowls. They get huge. I mean, six seven hundred pounds plus not unheard of. And in my experience. Even even the big bowls are really good eat there. What would you compare it to you? It's maybe access deer like very mild. Maybe less has like less of an iron flavor than white tail. Little little bit beefy. It's really I mean, very lean but very very good. It's good stuff. We wanted to touch real quick on the Frisco Coyote epidemic. Everybody lives in Frisco. Yanis a subject matter expert on the first go epidemic break it down. Sounds like every all of you must have been bit. By a Coyote in the last six months from what I read. Oh, what else I know about it? And they're chewing on small dogs cats live. There was I think even one news source had come up with their own app to report sightings and at the time. There was over three hundred sightings, right around Frisco, and people were genuinely worried. Yeah. Because like five people, right? Got nipped or seven seven people got banned. Do you guys live in Frisco? Have you guys been bit? No. So everybody's doing. Are you cool on S object? That's kind of the extent of it. Yeah. You know, surprise me. Really? When I read it. I was like, yeah. That's makes sense. We have. You have something to add though. Oh, you're cooking coyotes. I'm good. I do a I wanna I wanna give a quick shout. Other podcast guests. Bracy vehicle hill. The second is here. What is friend west keys west runs wild game? Santa's right west while wild game for west Dallas. They put together two thousand pounds of venison for protein, poor neighbors. Processors. There's a group is a group called hunters for Hungary. So people deer hunters would bring into your down two processors, hundreds for Hungary, paying for all the processing fees, and then they also have a group brother bills help hand and they've been teaching they take it some young kids out and doing their first hunting trips, and he's here in the crowd tonight. So I wanted to mention that. He mentioned he mentioned that we need to have more. Doug, Dern, not think that the world needs more. Doug dern? Quick question. Yeah. We were with him. The are night. Gay. I I gotta bring up there's some guy here. Joel with the wife who has the coolest name in the world named timber. You guys here gay wedding advice once wedding advice what he wants us to explain timber. I don't know if I'm doing this Joe wants us to explain the that. I'm just gonna come at it that you need to make sure that he's allowed to go hunting all the time. He wanted to. I was supposed to frame that up is some kind of Baird be slide and frame it up with some kind of marriage advice. But I that's just what he's getting in. So. Just I'll just gonna cut right angle four because it sounds like maybe he's not getting to go enough right here. He feels that way. No, no. Now, you're gonna make it that he's not going to have a good night. He. No this dude says he says, I go all the time. I think that he wants to just make sure that continue into the future precedent like precedent setting. Which is Bess a big that's my marriage by s- by starts before you get married. I if I was timber our even push him. And there's this like yet to be the guy that actually hunts three hundred sixty five days a year. So I would say when it's been about eight days or nine days in a row if he actually haunts that much that when he was like almost sleep bend tomorrow morning. I'd have that alarm going on at four and be like dude get out of bed and bring home the bacon, bro. No rest for the guy. That was the hunt all the time, right? Like, get it. And just kind of see where that levels out. He's he's getting buried may. So good luck to him. Now dig it in. We're going to focus pretty heavy not like totally heavy but pretty heavy on wild game tonight because we got so many good cooks up front here of other questions. We're stray a little bit could touch on cannibalism. I got I got a question about whether dear ever lose their ability to get it up, which is for Carl the I. No, not like that. Man. I don't be like, I don't be. You're gonna know because you know, subject matter like, you know, like animal. Your direct. I knew him. But I I wanted to get into this one. This is the question that comes in that came in is that this is a panel opportunity. What have you eaten that you will never eat again? And how was it that you cooked it? I can start or I can go later. Doesn't matter to me. You got one. I got one. Staying on brand. I'm big fan of hogs ate a hog wants that have been snared and that thing been into snare for at least two hours. I'm good top. We got up too. So I mean enough when I walked up she just lost all the ability to fight just got really sad in here. She she just given up, but that was absolutely inevitable. So I hung up the hogs Nares after that. Really? I have some of those. And I look at them all the time. I've never messed with them. I mean for ratification be good. But for for pork chops. Not getting really what do you got yawns? I don't know of anything that really fits that Bill because I wanted to China again. And this might be a good segue for you. But Murray Ganz are a hooded one the one time, we dancer. Yeah. One time we tried it. It just we stunk out the apartment and just bow to never do it again. But now with the skin on it. I can't I can't remember I doubt it. I bet we just took the breasts out, but you don't mind GoldenEye. No, no. I just remember this is a long time ago this by close to two decades ago, and I remember it being pretty pretty fishy ever. She never the thing. I made this kind of like what I made is like it's intertwined with the high you cooked it, but I I wrote about this my first book, and I was just how kind of off putting it was was. Kidney pudding. With L kidney, but from old elk and the fact that like when you're you're you're eating it, really. Honestly, it's like eating like solidified piss. Me. And that was just like such a letdown. You know, like a urine. Okay. Was that you're in? Okay. Was like a urine. Okay. Well, there's like soapy things in a urine. Yeah. It'd be like if you cook that I've not anymore. But it was. Yeah. I was like you cook it and kind of rises the has like a souffle kind of thing. But man that was not a good dish. He'd be porting. Do you ever got burned on a dish? Yeah. This is actually really embarrassing. But in my early days of cooking wild game, actually, probably my first experience, ever processing. But during a deer it was. It was a gift given to us by a friend who had a manage managers ranch and eat quartered deer. And I was like we're going to process. This whole thing ourselves, and what should've taken like ours was like days because I've thought all I knew is like get all the silver skin off. So I'm like breaking down the shanks like I'm going crazy days this meat has been in the cooler, and I don't know that you should drain the water out and keep fresh ice in. So it's like nicely marinating in this cooler for way too long then its own goo. Yeah. And so I have all the bones left. I you know, I'm gonna make a stock. I'm just this. I like hot shot in the kitchen at this point in time. So start making the stock I roast wake up early roast the bones. I it's just I got this. Nice pot going, and I realize it smells, really bad thinking to myself. Well, it's just gamy. Right. That's just like venison. I'd never really worked with venison before. It's just gave me it will get better. Keep cooking on the stove for hours. And then Travis that's my husband chives comes home. And he bust the door open any yells at me like. Why are you making a European mountain in the house like do that outside? Yeah. And I was like, okay. This is not right. So I threw it out. So I didn't try it for the worst. So. Yeah. So I didn't even taste it try. It was like it was like death in the house. It was. So so bad. The worst thing. I actually aid was a tundra swan that had been in a ziplock bat or not even like ziplock free just like a little baggy in the back of someone's freezer for a couple of years. I like nice freezer. Burn tundra swan wasn't. You know enough is. Under swan laying around the disk. They lose track of Delhi. We charge went on a hot where the buddy and the pothole region. This is up in North Dakota, not not Texas up in the pothole region. And they were there a diver dot conning. And they see some swans come by. And a start y'all who who they turn around? So he gets his swan, and I actually wanted it mounted and I didn't. But I wanted to eat it. So his friends like, oh, I have some in the freezer you can mount that. And I'll give you give you this one. So I was like, oh, that's so sweet. Thank you so much. Yeah. Oh, yeah. It was it was terrible. Carl something in China. I some bad stuff in China for sure. But the yeah. The thousand year egg nobody no. Oh, did you have you eaten that deal? The embryonic. You know, what I'm talking about you ever eat those. They let a dark. Blue. Yeah, I've eaten that my God man that fits into the category. But the thing that came to mind first of all is stuff that I now love eating. But at the time had no idea how to handle it. And so I've been thinking lately, you know, like anybody out there. Grab a copy of the new fish and game cookbook. So. So the reason that that's cool is I think about being like a thirteen year old. Squirrel hunter who loved hunting. Squirrels. And didn't know what the heck to do with them. Really? And how it would. It would just be a different ball game today to have the videos the cookbooks and have all that at your disposal as the new hunter. But to answer your question when I was learning how to hunt. We'd do these like Daniel Boone Davy Crockett adventures, where we'd go camping in the woods behind our house. And we'd catch trout. We'd pick mushrooms we'd hunt squirrels and grouse and pretty much whatever hunting success we had we'd build a fire skin out. Whatever critter it was in just like hold it in the fire. And so you'd get this like black crisp. Little and bite in and it would be like cool to the touch on your teeth. And you'd be like pulling meat off like. I must really like hunting. So I'm done with that. Like, I'm doing all kinds of like squirrel now is the bomb because I've learned how to do it. And that's one of the things about having these resources at your fingertips now like we aren't we were jumping out of YouTube or jumping on your smartphone. It's like, here's a dead, squirrel. I'm going to build a fire and hold it in there. And it's going to be awful. That's like a long time ago that was wild game. Cooking was so weird because off. The impact of phones, you don't even really think about is that used to if you're going to meet your friends, you guys have had to pick a bar, and no one could leave the bar to go to a different bar because you wouldn't be able to find each other. Right. You had to like pre phones. Everything was different man. Yeah. It was hard to find people. You're starting to sound like an old, man. But you know, what I'm saying? Like, if you remember it was very difficult to locate your buddies, you could lose track your body's without phones. But also, you couldn't look up how to cook stuff. So we would know that people eight something like we knew I remember the first time we tried to cook a deer tone with nine hundred ninety four and we just knew that it was a thing. One could do, but we didn't have access to even the idea that the skin supposed to come off Swede boil those sons bitches and try to chew on them and boil them and try to chew on them. And now, you just would very quickly just realize, you know, but we would just in like trying to figure out how to cook beaver tails, when you have a thing, you know, it happens, but you don't know how to do it. And there's no you can't convey the information. Yeah. Unless you stumbled across some weird the cookbook somewhere just had no way of knowing. Now. Everybody knows everything. Now, people don't know how to do something. I kind of looked down on him a little bit. Just look it up. A dish guy asked about first time. I get to this car. I'll get to we're gonna use you right now. Okay. So you questions which one do you want first the grizzly bear one or the the penile erectile dysfunction in dear one? Okay. Guy wants to know, here's Trump. Here's what's coming from. There's a guy. I can remember what state he's in is the guy and he hunts a property, and there's a really old deer in the landowners, don't mess with that deer. Ever put. He's wondering is it ever that? Because he thinks he wants this old. Dear just got big Antlers, debris and make more deer. And he's wondering is like do deer. Get hit the autumn of their life. Right. Like dudes who there's a long period of dues life when he's not breeding anything even if you wanted to. So does that does that known like does a deer age out or do they stay viable till the bitter end. They do not age out. They don't it and nor do the females for that matter. And if you think about so there's this. There's this myth right of like the old dry old dry dough. There have been numerous research papers. Dear biologist by the name of Gwen Dougie's. Did a great study up in Minnesota where he was looking at fecundity the ability, and and basically rates of pregnancy and number of offspring across different age classes females and it just keeps ticking up like older does tend to be more fertile than younger does. But for rates are very high in females and given the complexity of what the female reproductive system has to do compared to the male reproductive system. There's a lot more that can go wrong essentially in terms of having. Those years of fertility. That's why you know, a woman has a relatively narrow period for Tilly compared to a man, but in deer if you think about the fact that they have this narrow breeding season. And you think about the fact that, you know, most of these bucks are dying. From sources of mortality other than aging out, though, the likelihood of any individual dear getting to the point where they're not performing reproductively. It's just not going to happen. The exception would be if a deer experiences some kind of an injury like people have probably heard the term like cactus bucks. Yuksel get some damage they'll injure their testicles, those sorts of things that are explaining the cactus book so cactus. Buck would be a deer that essentially keeps growing layers of velvet that are never shed and the growth like the Antlers cycle is controlled by sex hormones testosterone the season -ality of. A breeding is what is linked to antler growth. So post breeding season when the testosterone levels start to drop. That's when the Antlers would fall off. But in a in a deer that has experienced an injury to its testicles or perhaps has undescended testicles they'll just keep growing layers of velvet potentially on their Antlers and get these really funky configurations and sometimes just carry velvet Antlers for a long time. But there is an example. I have no what you just said that makes sense. There is an thanks, man. There is an example of erectile dysfunction in the wildlife kingdom, though that I think would be just to people. So. Polychlorinated biphenyls PCB's are precipitating out of the atmosphere near the poles. And this is having a disproportionate effect on animals that are at the top of the food chain. And as you go north we're talking polar bears here. And there was a research paper published recently about the fact that these PCB's have on us. Oh touchdown us. Not in your water bottle. Really? Well, there's a few things that are telling you are not in the bottle. But yeah, there there are estrogens substances in some plastics that they're they're really worried about with when it comes to drinking water, but PCB's are a byproduct of manufacturing processes. So the problem is they can weaken skeletal tissue bones, including in polar bears, like they're detecting weakening of polar bear bones and polar bears are one of the species that have a very unique bone back Ulum the back Hewlett Packard bonds. So there is concern that PCB's have the potential to weaken, the penis bones of polar bears to the point that polar bear males could be predisposed to breaking their penile bones, thereby experiencing high rates of what would affectively be erectile dysfunction and further compromising their their state, which is being driven by climate change, and a host of other factors. But in the world of ED in the animal kingdom, that's the best. I can do for you. I mean that's good though. That's good. Excellent. I can't I can't decide if if we should give. No, I'm going to ask you that. I want. My mother wildlife question one. I can't I have a good sense of what it is by can't figure out. So we all know like when you look at European contact. We had, you know, mount lines coast to coast top to bottom. We add wolves coast to coast top to bottom. Why was it that the grizzly bear never colonized the eastern US? What kept the grizzly bear stuck at around the big bend of the Missouri river you ought to real short answer tight. Now. Short. The short answer is. Habitat open country open country as the grizzlies preferred habitat, and if you'll allow just a couple additional details if you go back in the tree you have a common ancestor about a million years ago that was shared by black bears and Brown bears. And at that point in time, you had the differentiation where due in part to the habitat provided by the glaciers receding. You had all this open country, and you had some of the bears specialize in hunting and living in that open country and some of the bears specialize in occupying the forested habitats, and that difference in their habitat preference has driven so much about the morphology the behavior the level of aggression, the reproduction. Everything about the life histories of Brown bears. Versus black bears is driven by black bears being specialized occupy densely forested habitats. Quick example would be the short hooked claws. Yep. That allow a black bear to climb a tree and the grizzlies long claws, which are great for digging. But make him incapable of climbing a tree, but there's so many more cool details than that the more you start to think about it. And and Furthermore that specialization for open country and just being able to hunt the wide open and be very protective and territorial over your offspring NBA and just like a bad MO fo bear extended even further when the grizzly differentiated into the polar bear later on in. It's volition. So if you think about the extreme example of that open country untreated environment the polar bears like the. Extreme version of that. And that's a relatively recent split in the file genetic tree. But everything about reproduction like American black bears their offspring, stay with them for the first year and a half. Why is that well a year and a half old American black bear can flee up a tree if it encounters danger in contrast to a grizzly bear or the offspring stay with the mother for two and a half years. And that's thought to be in large part because they remain so dependent on their mother for protection that if they were to split at a year and a half they'd ended up getting smoked by another bear. They can't get away. They can't get away. So yeah, there, you know, there are places obviously we could come up with a list of all the places where Brown bears and black bears. Coexist, where they overlap where you've got some forested habitat. But that's always going to be a place where you've got forested conditions for the black bear and proximity to open country for the Brown bear. So the Brown bears and open country species compared to the black bar tracking. Good. They go. I want to move on to. We touched on his now now and move on to cannibalism real quick guy wrote in and he was talking about the his body. He's talked about a guy. So does the guy saying that another guy is going to get liposuction? And he's wondering can you use the fat for anything? You bet that that in fight. Yeah. I was gonna talk in fight club. Like part of the plot. Is that they're using human fat to make soap dude, dude wants sent me. I don't know if you guys done this dude semi-fat he's been making with black bear so meal. Sorry sent me soap made out of black bear fat. It's not really about cannibalism. But have you guys mess with this at all like making your own, and you kind of soaps out of fat bear fat deer fat. I've never made it. But we actually at the restaurant we sell soap made out of wild boar fat. You do really know works. Pretty good. I mean makes you clean come over here. Lord, check it out. Yeah. We have we talked about this that you've you've the only guy has you've kind of cannibalized kind of because you've eaten humid tattoo says cannibal. Yeah. You've eaten human placenta. And you drank. Oh, yes. I was done that mothers. Drank human milk. A lot of us. Have drank you, you're drinking. No, no. Yeah. Get right. You know, what that's a good point, man. But I mean like that's a really good point. But he drank it as a grownup. You start to think about. Yeah. But most of us who have consumed milk. It's from our own mother. But then they're all these examples in a lot of cultures, including in some communities in America, where it's commonplace for babies to be passed around to various, lactating moms and who's milk. It is. Zeal. And then you start thinking about the milk banks where you have mom e given mom, B's, kid, milk and milk. Just like flawn all over the. Yeah. My wife would give out frozen sacks milk's friends of hers four baby. So what do you guys get for? What do you get for a bar hog? So it's like seven nine dollars. I think it's pretty nice stuff. Yeah. It's got Jennifer berries. And it's really nice could cover set two bigs. You have experience with this making this Megan now, I thought about doing something with the deer fat because it's so waxy as I could seal a lot of things up the recent seal boots with deer fat. We would take your fat man makes you boots stink man. But we would. Yeah. We would just melt your fed down. Rub. It into the rub into the leather nice to have a body who this guy named Leighton Glenda, and he would. He would take bear fat in pine pitch and beeswax and make his own triple blend boot stuff the hard thing to get was the bees. Like, he would track the bees so their hive and take a chainsaw. Rudolph all the you know, Rudolph the beeswax make the boot stuff. That was kind of his seen. Now, we want to touch on because we're gonna talk about Davy Crockett for a minute. Because can you explain Daniel what you're telling me about what he might be credited with. No, no, I'm just trying to tell you that was a lie. Oh, the hush puppies was a lie. Yeah. Oh, yeah. She told you you did fool me because we're gonna play we're gonna play ally. So that was trying out a lie. Yeah. Oh. Get what? But was it true about the bear killing the Daniel? Allegedly. He wrote that he killed one hundred five bears in Tennessee bars. Hundred and five and seven months, and I think either forty two or forty seven I think forty seven was in one month. Bears one month yet because boon claimed Daniel Boone and like people lump in Davy Crockett danger, boom, but different dudes different times. Like not same guy. Daniel Boone thousand times, cooler Davy Crockett, which is offensive to Texas. You guys. Are you guys aware? Are you are you guys wear that is rumored? Right. Are you guys worried that it's rumored that Crockett? Hopeless families now here. The Crockett did not go down in a blaze of glory. Oh. I said, it's it's rumored. You're familiar with this. I mean, we've seen the footage. She tossed out torch ended the gun powder room. And he took out like one hundred Mexican soldiers. Shot saying and it's hot off of his head at a thousand yards. You've seen the photos. But you are you aware of the myth like the competing the competing legends about Crockett. No. A journal. Okay. A disputed a hotly contested. You're going to have a kid here soon. I was telling you on this story. And I got the story all wrong. But then we looked up. The true version is a hotly contested journal. You look like you're agitates. I'm just trying to speak for everybody here. Jerry on. A hotly contested journal. Like the veracity of the journal has been called into question. But there's a journal that exists. I think it sits here in Texas. I think it sits in the state capital or something. You guys ever, you know, all this. And it was that at the end of the smoke clears the smoke clears at the Alamo and Crockett had surrendered and was was executed, and he didn't he didn't go. He didn't you know? I I don't have an act. I don't have a dog in the fight here. I'm just saying contested thing. And Danielle got tell me how Davy Crockett invented the hush puppies. But if. If. Which I thought was true. I can't believe you can't believe that was true. I don't know. Why thought it was true? Thought that, but but but we have like Boone and Crockett like they've been stuck in our heads together Boone and Crockett Boone claims to have I wrote it down here 'cause I've caught us a thousand times on a mess. It up Boone client he killed when he was hunting bears for the bake and market and the lard market. He killed one hundred fifty five and a single fall in once killed eleven before breakfast. Hunting with hounds. They would get I think like a buck a gallon for bear fat. I knew were cured hams. They would make they would tap Maples for sugar. They would go to salt licks and boil down the water to make salt node make their own salt sugar. Bryan, Bryan, the bear meat and barrels make their own small calls smoke it and then hold on keelboats to be sold. And it's plausible that like this is contemporaneous with Benjamin Franklin. So it's like plausible that Ben Franklin eight some bear be some haired wild man out running around, Brian and bear me, but you imagined hundred fifty five and a single season we were talking about like all these animals that used to exist across continent, and we kind of like whittled down next enough. And that's the kind of feller that did some woodland. And you think about how cool they are. But you also think like what is their sense of like give me the numbers on crack it. He hadn't forty seven one month forty seven Barrett. Like, what is their sense of enough? That's like timbers, dude, he owns that much. She could probably keel. Fred. Okay. I wanna move on. There's a guy. I think he's here tonight. He is here tonight. Name Steven Steven. He has a great sentence in his letter. My name is Stephen I'm a big fan and a lazy Texas hunters. He goes he goes on to talk about this. I don't know the answer to this bump curious. Everybody's all hot on. Hot pots, what do you? Call insta- pines the pods where he's like why is it when you make something if you cook game and insta- pot. It just never as good as if you slow cook it straight up. I want to think about that. Why make sure that this is what he's saying? Is that sound right? You hear you're buying like, I'm doing a good job with your question. That. Yes, or no good. Okay. Yes. So he's saying what's up with insta- pots. I've never messed with the insta-. I do have an electric pressure cooker. But it's not called that. I would I would just get mean. There's really no substitution for time. Especially when you're breaking down silver, getting married out of bound, you need a college into gelatin conversion he'd just texture that flavor that's going to develop over time. And you know. Microwaves not going to do it and some fancy insta- pot contraptions probably not going to do it either. I think one of the biggest issue. So I started looking into the differences between electric versus manual and the biggest thing with insta- fi is like obviously convenience. So you kinda like. I've never actually used one. But I've read through recipes and instructions from and you put the meat in there, and it's supposed to Brown and seer the mean, and then you add your liquids and everything and there's just it's just steaming. You don't get that like mired reaction of brat like a true Browning? Your meat steaming it, and so you really lose a lot of rich flavors by doing that. And plus like you were saying like you don't have time on your side either to is like the escape of water. Right. Right. So it was no reduction have well because it's pressurized the theory or I guess science behind it is that has nowhere to go. So it goes back inside the meet with all that pressure in there. So I mean, I use a manual pressure cooker quite a bit. And I I like it a lot. But it's it's it is not the same as. As say brazing in the oven. It's it's not the same result. But that's year using it for convenience factor. So when you're working, and you have a busy schedule, and you want some die meets to be really tender and a really fast time, it's convenient. But you just aren't going to get the same depth of flavor. If you were to slowly do it in the oven. Crock pot for that matter. Brownie something in a pan transferred across. Yeah. Let it go for six eight hours, however, long it needs. But you get the same kind of thing. But you just I think you just have to have the time in there, and like you say the Browning process so important. Go ahead. Yaas available everywhere. Books. I feel like I even get to separate results between crock pot and say Dutch oven inside the oven. Would you agree with that as well? And and how thought on why that is you gonna have more radiant heat from the metal versus just that light Ambiente heat from the crock pot. You know metal. It's just going to conduct a lot more. Dutch ovens are amazing too big fan. Right. And plus it's just cast iron. It's just more authentic. And sometimes you brain just wants that yet. Right. So my a little bit of placebo cook it in a Dutch oven in the oven is the best. What else gives you that like car that like care Mel coding that's real bitch to clean off radio. That man, you know, you've made something my suggestion on the insta- pots would be like cook cook and stock in there like a really good stock that you pour in there. 'cause then you're sort of given you're taking time earned from somewhere else in the plying it. Yeah, I would say if you're gonna use an end spot or any even a pressure figure or crock pot Brown it separately on the pan? I always. And then combine everything. That's what I'm saying is I that's not like a real like Saul tape pan is like Representative spot. The lid on that. And your steaming it you're not letting any of that moisture evaporates, you lose. 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I was actually I remember when I when I filled that that reservoir and just came to hunting later on in life, and I worked at restaurants. Since I was legally old enough to work. And then learn to butcher I and then went into hunting after I learned how to butcher animals like home it back up. So you. You said we're going to restaurants real young sixteen doing what wash dishes and whatnot. Everything wash dishes bartended way titles worked with kitchen. What got you? So what was the what was the butchery the move into butchering? I just you know, eventually became a butcher at a restaurant. We were getting whole animals end. This is almost. About eighteen years ago and back when people were just starting to get back into whole animal butchery restaurant. I was working then started bringing in hogs and lamb, and we just learned to cut them. And then after that, I was able to kind of make a pretty, you know, easy segway into hunting 'cause of the back end of it was super familiar to me. There's a lot of obviously a lot to learn on the front end of it. What was your what was your Waren? Is you grew up in Texas. So there's like this huge, hunting, culture and taxes. What was your awareness of hunting? And what were your perceptions? Did you have an opinion about it? You didn't have an opinion about it. I was curious about it. But my family a only child and my dad didn't seven fist constantly just had to get out there and learn myself and finally did and then you're just Turkey. And then there was something to do in the winter. Besides fish in the warmer months. And so now, I find myself constantly occupied. So yeah. And then you so you've got to where you cook. A lot of game in restaurants in your in your own places. Key talk about like the pet because I think a lot of people around the country people here familiar with it. But a lot of people around the country really surprised to hear that the like actual wild. Pigs make their way into the restaurant. Yeah. It's a complicated process. I mean, we get all the time. People somebody roll up to the restaurant and knock on the back door and be like, hey, I got a big out here. I'm like, no. What you can't. So you don't touch that. Yes. No, totally illegal. I mean, it has to be inspected. So all the hogs that we get in our trapped. They're trapped most out in the hill country. And then they're brought into a licensed processor in in a trailer. And then he kills them. They get their expected before they're killed inspected after the killed that blue stamped. Nice little Texas symbol on them stamped and then brought to us from there. But that pig could have trick analysis. No-one no-one tested for that. Right. Sure, the Soka domestic. I mean, it's highly unlikely highly unlikely. Yeah. But it is. I mean, there's swine brucellosis pseudorabies tool or there's a host of things that they are for hosts of. So we keep our I on at Texas animal health commission, you know, kind of updates everyone on cases. And that it's it's pretty rare to see anything come from the feral hogs. So they can be vectors for a lot of different diseases. Yeah. Over ninety percent of the trick knows cases in this country. Come from black bear meat. Will. I remember in Alaska, they had a guy that got it from walrus, which really surprised me. Then you guys also you do venison to do. But that's the weird. That's when I wanted to ask you about I told you I was gonna ask about it. It would be if if you have a restaurant and sells wild game, right? People have an idea what that is. And when you sell wild pigs that conforms to wild game. Here's this animal that no one has any control over its leads its own destiny, right? Just kind of does his own thing cruises round out the woods. But with when you sell the venison. That's not like, that's like a farm animal. No, it's not necessarily a lot of them will come off really large ranches have a ton of acreage, and they trap block of what we sell. There's. No. And so those are actually completely wild animals coming from the coast. And so they go in there. They catch them with net guns like shooting that over them big traps like that no shit. Really a lot of what we serve that. So that can wind up in the restaurant trade. Yeah. Well, there's there's some inspection processes since the not swine they followed her a different status. And so they they aren't as highly regulated. So there's even a wild game company here that sends an inspector out in the field, and they shoot deer. But when non-native so access IKEA fallow deer things like that. It's like you mean like you time like the seek a dear little elk like gears. Yeah. So white tells never on your never started. Why though? So these are. Typically gonna be deer that are made proliferated on on a ranch. So granted high fence. But typically, very large, and they are trapped, but for the most part, my big thing is die. So they are living while they're not in a pen. They're living wild and they're eating mostly awhile, diet and other probably hitting a corn or here and there, but how many verses any wild deer in the state. It's probably about the same. So I also think that they are invasive in a way, it's it's the best thing that we can do while following under the parameters law, and you guys don't so you guys don't sell deer coming out of New Zealand. Never. We don't sell that matter. We don't sell any product any fresh product doesn't mean it has come from Texas. That's interesting, man. I had no I had no idea that the house plan on Boston your balls. Sorry. But even get a chance, really. So that's what it is. So people you get like pretty legit while game experience. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, like the talker. We we're using all know guy there. So that is a wild animal all the sausage. We do at the brick and mortar is no guy. And then when we get in a whole carcass? You know, we never know what we're going to get its guy calls me. And he's like, hey, we got a couple of red deer in the trap. Great bring him. Well, that's that's that's this might be proprietary info. But can you tell me what your cut of fat to how much fat you cut into making like a your average sausage? It'd probably varies here. Twenty to twenty five twenty twenty five. Okay. What what do you pay money? I want to provide I want to provide good information for tonight's audience. So what are you? So you've got hunting background. You've got chef background in memory really Ritz about like free. Like, backward was harder to get information than it is. Now, I feel that there used to be like grown up hunting. We just had like certain ways, we cooked everything. And then you later learned that you had people in the culinary world shafts and things and they had their way of doing stuff, but the communication didn't. There wasn't an exchange of communication like if you were if you were a rural person eating wild game, you probably cooked it like how your grandma cooked, and they probably cooked how their grandma coat that. And you didn't have this big exchange between the culinary world. You know, the professional culinary world in rural wild game people. And now there's more freedom. Right. That you'd agree with that. There's a lot more just exchange of ideas. Like, for instance, you know, last time, I had dinner Carl's. We'll talk about what we had last time. I had done at your house. The last time you were there. We. We capitalized on some technology that I had imported from my time in China where one of my favorite dishes was what the Chinese call hogwash. Which translates basically a hot pot and you'll sit around a table with a big hole in the middle. And it will hold a cauldron of boiling broth with all kinds of spices. And it's really social thing because everybody's gathered around with chopsticks and dipping in all manner of fish and meat, and eggs and coagulated blood in all manner of mushrooms and era Maddox. Yeah. It's like a fondue kind of deal. And so I was going to have Stephen Yata span. Visit and when you're hosting these jokers that your house for dinner. You don't wanna be pulling out like a package of ballpark Franks and slap him on the grill. Not that you guys wouldn't like ballpark. But I was like what could I do? They'll be creative. So we did this menagerie of wild fish and game from all over new. We had what we had walleye yet. We had walleye. We had pronghorns heart Turkey Turkey, Jim blitz. There was some L. We had just like whatever was in the freezer, and it was a fun way to spend an with seasoning packets from China. Yeah. Put into the thing. So like the point being that there's this exchange now. So if you're magin your position where you've got a foot in the hunting world, and you've got a foot in the technical culinary world. What are the what are the thing? One of the misconceptions about wild pigs that you find like when you talk like the hundreds have their own ideas about like, what's not audible. What's good? Not good. Where does that contradict what you found from the professional kitchen while to specifically? Sure, man, or whatever you want to get into. I think in general. I mean this the collective. Consciousness has shifted so much, and you can speak to this a lot. I mean, that's what you do is communicate food to people that are increasingly way more interested in in that part of it. I mean, they're starting to recognize that that I had him on the ground. You're you're halfway done with with this job. And there's more enjoyment to not just slap some Italian dressing on it anymore. Rabbit vacant other. You can't when when I was a kid, it was cream of mushroom soup in a crackpot. But I think people are just you just see so much more excitement about it. Now and more curiosity people are willing to try different things. And they're they're just they're being more adventurous, and they're they're wanting to get more out of of that part of all that work to go out there to do I think with with hogs, we we experienced a lot of myth and people a lot of misconceptions a been told, you know, one hundred and twenty pounds. It's the biggest hog that you can eat. So like one hundred nineteen hundred twenty one that's got pile material. That doesn't make any sense to me. I mean, I've had I've had three hundred pound bore. That was amazing. You're not gonna believe that. I mean trust me on something. And I think that I mean, my my my mission is to get people to eat more picks. I mean, they're invasive they're tearing up land. I we, you know, there's there's people that don't have enough food out there like this gentleman that spark and so hard to feed them, and it's just like we're shooting piles of pigs and leaving them to lie field. And I think if we can get out there and educate and show people that these pigs can be delicious. I'm not saying that all stunning there's some of them that are, stinky. And I've experienced that there are there are stinky pigs. I mean, I've I've had like I've shot pigs that I thought were way better than other pigs upshot, what do you think's going on with what's bad pig? What me go back, anecdotally, demise? Snare story stress is a big one. Like, the bigger the pig. It is to bring down the longer runs. The more at Adrain allies, this less lactic acids. Build up the muscles the tougher. It can be the game here. It can be. Diet isn't huge one. We killed pigs in south, Texas, which aren't nearly as good as the pigs that we kill in Lockhart or maybe in the east, Texas where you have four kinds of oaks are places where there's lots of pecans folks, diet diet forms of big part of that equation. But I think that just convincing people to give them more of a chance. Try some different cuts. Try the ribs. Try more slow cooking on them. You know, like really break them down. Get adventurous are just are. Maybe not adventurous is the right word. I think a lot of times, you know, when you see a recipe, that's like this, you know, nine hours to project, and it's got a lane berry glaze on it. And you need a shift a not a fresh men, and you need to find go ongo to finally mentioned put on top. You're going to be like, there's no way. But if I was like, what did you make a sloppy Joe out of it? You're gonna do that. It's gonna be amazing. And I think that's I think that's the way that you communicate to people as you put it into context. First off correcting is how to make it in second recognize how it should taste. Is it true? I've heard it so many times like that people say that a wet a wet sow is like the best wild pig to eat because it's you're talking about. I mean fragment Sao hasn't had them yet. But for the one you want to eat or is that just like another myth is that true. Now, there's a blind as guiding guy the other day in a blind that we're one of our hunting schools and two sows walked out one west pregnant one was nursing, and I was like shoot the pregnant one because you think it's better be. Yeah. Fats staying instead of going out. So just at fat is what you want. Then hawks. It's all about fast. Can you? What's up with age in hog meat is if not not worth we're in a warm climate? So if you have the, you know, the the walk in cooler that's got a lot of moving air in it. Then by all means, you can try it. I think that it's risky. It can't be done. But I think that really cold and dry environment. You're looking up to about ten days with a hog. But like if you're talking about like aging people are doing with beef push in sixty days stuff like that. And people are doing with pork domestic work as well. Right now. I'm I think that you're you're you'd be better choosing a different battle. I think let them get through rigor mortis and then cut him at your earliest convenience. So you're like the hog proselytizer. But let me ask you this though, this the question hour is asked people like so you guys enjoy this great re not great joy this resource, and you'd have as much of it as you want the will becomes like really interwoven into the culture. So like like the pig has become. You know, almost like synonymous with Texas owning culture. But the reason it's like gloves off on pigs because they're non native in problematic. Ours always asked pig hundreds this I was like if I gave you a magic wand, right? And I said if you shake this wand, it'll be done the pigs will be gone. So not that you're not that far you wouldn't shake the one. No. I get in trouble with my friends at parks wildlife TV, but I'm sorry. I can't take that long. I mean, the control. Yes. I mean, we have them in east Austin now like in the city limits. There's I mean there are rampant problem, and I have friends that are farmers, and they wanna shake that one too. And I think that we need to find you do field. There are people in Texas who would shake the magic. Oh for sure. Yeah. Hewish not shaker Carl you because you have an obligation to American wildlife shake. Yeah. I would. Know, you gotta find a no door out of here too. But I can understand the sentiment behind not wanting to shake it. I mean, I can I can understand how a species that you have interacted with and that's fed your family, and you've spent all this time learning about and you know, breaking them down and cooking them like overtime. I can completely understand appreciate the kind of relationship that people would feel towards that animal. And so I'm not I'm not dismissing that from an ecological perspective. I would absolutely shake that one. Really? Would you shake? I'm staying out of it. Would you shake the one? I feel like I'm supposed to say. Yes. But I probably wouldn't wouldn't shake the one. No, you know, we were in Chesapeake Bay and the east shore. And there's a fish there. Snakehead have snakeheads here. Like, a non native fish at first snake hit the water. And everyone's like, oh, my God snakeheads are gonna kill us all the end of the world snakeheads. Now, you see dudes with like, snakehead decals. It wasn't even that many years snakehead decals in their truck window where we have this way. I think that humans are so pragmatic where we have to say it's like here. It is. It's good to eat. You know what? Life gives you lemons you make lemonade, and we kind of really quick to. Adopt stuff, the non native stuff there are like most the places we hunt turkeys turkeys, aren't native there. That's right there. We probably wouldn't shake stick on that. What we know wouldn't shake stick on those poor birds. Yeah. But there's a very there's there's an important differentiation. They're not deleterious. I wanted to touch real quick. We're we're talking about champ ass like episode or two ago. Guys, food chap ass like. Word for. Jay the swamp swamp bass. We got man I like it was the number one. Probably the number of the things that we get written about Janas heart is probably number one people who are number one long-term long-term, people diagnosing you on this is hard. We had a question log, oh where someone was it. Was that a lie? It was in Sacramento guy was asking he was like man, I want to ask this. But I don't want my wife to know. And he wrote in and he was saying that if you got so you got a rabbit. That after gutting the RAB, why does once flatulent smell exactly like the gutted rabbit that got an enormous amount of thing in one guy wrote in and he described a phenomenon called deja Pooh, which is which is like this guy worked for coroner or something. And he was saying that he thinks are little. Like volatile fatty acids when you smell something foul. There's volatile fatty acids in that somehow they get in your nose hairs. This. And he was saying that you get when you smell on offensive smell later. It can carry a trace of that giving one the sense sense of deja vu, which I don't suffer from. But on the champions thing to really interesting pieces of feedback wonders all these products that people have the solved chap has. But one guy was saying he was with a guy one time. The guy has so bad that he couldn't walk. It was that bad, and he took his sandwich apart and took a piece of blown you out of it. In laid that piece of bologna between the cheeks in order to hike out. Another guy has another guy writes in. That the way to cure, it this most interesting concoction, he's taken. He's like O'Brien. Oh about this. He likes the mix Neal's foreign with Origen El. Like the two. The tooth no Ming age it, and he's like that's how you take care of that problem. Love. But I want to move on. I just wanted to touch on that I wanna move on. And another subject this came in. And I already know my answer because I've done this before. But he it's a guy. It goes something like I didn't write down as made details I should have. But there's a like a guy, and he's got a girlfriend, and they live with a roommate. His girlfriend needs wild game. The roommate won't eat wild game. Just like for each meet won't he wild game. What are the ethics of just lying and giving them the wild game? My grandmother. He's. Where do you guys think about it? Go for the totally fine telephone. Yeah. Yeah. I got nothing to guess. I don't feel like I'm doing them a disservice or line to come out of it. You know, something bad's going to happen to have a negative effect from eating the wild game. I trust them to eat. Yeah. Like the guy that did. Yeah. We talked about the guy that was serving kangaroo meat school kids without telling them. But he's got lost his job. Yeah. That's a little different than just tricking your roommate a little bit. Would you pull a fast one Carl? I would say it depends. Honestly, so on the one hand, I mean, we've all had roommates, right? And if your your roommate is like eating some food that you've provided to some extent, it's like, you're lucky that you're getting some food from me. So there's that dynamic. And then I think there's like an important distinction to Yanni's point about whether there's potential for the food to have like a negative outcome. So I'm I'm sitting here thinking about like, the example of all these people that have been exposed to see WD positive deer meat, for example. So I would say if you're talking about like sharing a a roast from a deer that you know, is healthy. That's one thing if you're sharing some kind of funky like brain dish near like, hey, try this out. And then after the fact you're telling them what it is. Or if you're sharing meat from an animal that you're not sure like WD status that say there's kind of some gray area there. But if it comes to just like you're making some food, and they want to eat it, but it's contingent upon whether or not it's wild game. I'd be like habit. Tell me if you like it. And I wouldn't I wouldn't lose sleep. Yeah. I think I would give him house cat meat. You know what I'm saying? That's why it becomes really tricky. Because how do you draw the line? So well, the the reason we're all doing this. I believe is because we're hoping that it results in like the lights getting turned off. And they're like, oh my God. That was that was awesome. Please. I'd like to eat some more now. Right. Like, that's why you're going through that process. So I kind of did this the other day, actually like. Not the cat where is that cat anyway. But so I've been I've been accumulating accumulating tongues for the last few years in my freezer, and I got to the point where I had a moose tongue a deer tongue horn tongue all in bed. I thought these things out cook them for eight hours in the slow cooker. And my mom is living with us right now. My mom comes out in the kitchen. I've got these things on the cutting board. She's like have I'm like don't worry about it. You know, making a dish year. Like, let me make the dish. Sick those mushrooms of some kind like no like let me let me do this. She's like what is it is that? It's it's plume cooking. Hold back. Let me do this. And I ended up making tacos still Langa with these tongues. And they turned out fantastic. And I serve them. Servants my wife serving my daughter. My mom is like these are the best tacos I've had in years. These are the best. And then a couple of hours later, my wife, and my mom are standing the kitchen. I was like what what the hell were those things you were cutting up the other day in the kitchen, let yesterday in the kitchen, and you know, as acting kind of shifty and wife's like what she talking about. I said well that was what we had for tacos. And then my wife gets real nervous. Right. Just like what do you feel? So those were tongues and my mom's like, oh, no. And I'm like what you said. Those were the best tacos had in years. So that's an example, where it's like, I know that meat is totally safe. I know there's no good reason. And my mom is very pragmatic. And she's the one who's always told me if you're gonna kill it eat it that was like the golden rule. So I'm asking my mom. Then would you rather that I left this tongue in the woods with the gut pile? When I brought out all that meat. Or would you rather put it to use to make the best tacos you've had a couple of years, you're helping me clarify my perspective on my perspective on it is because I've done exactly that I gave my mother-in-law tone like cold chilled cubed cured tongue in a salad. And she led her said that ham was so good. But here's the deal. It wasn't like I'm I totally. I don't feel the need to tell people what it is they're eating. But if I know that someone is like, I don't eat X. I don't think it's. Ethical to trick them into eating what they say. They don't want to eat. And I don't know that it's your business to tell them that their reason is right and riot with that. That's where I draw the line a little bit because if someone had like a religious dietary prohibition, I wouldn't then feed them. Yes. And be like, nah. Yeah. Now that's messed up for you know, for sure. Do you got any perspective to offer a nice guy before you've done? Diaper, ducks diver what it was. Yeah. That feels like a person who eats meat like, oh, I don't eat diver. I would totally screw with that person. That's not gun though. And I don't even think they knew it was stuck there. Like, they knew it was something wild. But they're like, oh, well, let's wild game. But it's good. I think they thought it was venison. The need into fine. Everybody's fun. I don't remember. If I told them or not. I mean we carried on with the night. Nobody was like what was that? The nobody nobody. Yeah. This is somewhat related an explain where it gets related in a minute here. But there's another thing I've been saving up emails from people that are all kind of the same thing where. This going to not seem your data. But trust me, I'm gonna make it related. They all seem like not the same thing. I'm sorry. Saving up emails of people asking the same thing. It'd be like if you kill an animal, and it's been injured or oftentimes they'll be like I found an an with an infection or it had a broad head in it. And it was had an injury. Is it safe to eat enough where we even had a guy right in? And he later we talked about this. Then he wrote back into clarify his point. He wants I'm hung a deer up some kind of care. What the hell was a raccoon or something gnawed on the muzzle of the deer. And then he was like is it safe to eat? So where do you personally draw the line at which something that's messed up is not safety. I mean, we've we've told you know. Bullets shotgun pellet stuff out of out of hogs. I've seen. Rice breasts in ducks the rice breast is that stress. You know, it's it's too much. It's pretty general infection. But that's just all kinds of cysts meets, pack assists. I think it's a pretty generalized acute injury. And you can cut it out. Then it's been considering the you also just shot one hundred fifty grams lead through it. It's got another injury. Now. There's dirt and blood and bone and everything and you're gonna just happily kinda cut around all that. And all that how to static trauma and kind of make that a palatal paddle palatable. Looking piece of me. I think a small injury that doesn't indicate like anything worse animal wasn't acting like super six. I think it's okay. But. You might better. I have discarded entire legs because of injuries and infections. I one time had a Turkey the most. It's whole breasts was shot because it had most pitched into a tree, but impaled itself would stick, and it was just horrible and ditch that so I'm like, I'm not like eating sacks, pasta stuff. But it is the thing that comes into people's minds. But I never think of as I've never thought of the thing where you would like an injury would somehow make something inedible and get you sick. When we had the like the bear that gave we had the bear that gave me and Janas trick noses. I had to send some to the CDC for testing by still had most bear meat, and I smoked one of the bear hams. So we got sick off it, and we knew that this thing had eight hundred and sixty eight larva per gram. In my brother. I had signed up to bring a dish to pass to my brother's rehearsal dinner for his wedding. And I was like bringing the smote bare hand, and then I'm like, man yielded smokey bear him. I was going to bring turns out, and I told him about what was wrong with it. And he said, well, don't tell anybody. And I thought I was like I can't not tell them. I have to tell them if you're going to tell them don't bring it because the minute you tell them that this has all this larva living in it. You're gonna make all the other food. Suspect way, no going gonna trust anything you say at that point so net case, I again was I was incapable of doing like the lie. Even though I cooked one hundred sixty degrees. You did the right thing you think so I do I feel like I chickened out. Gimme a what's going on? Oh, dear. Do you wanna get into zombie? Dear. Kate quick poll. Actually, let's do a quick poll. Now that we know for a while it came out for a while everyone was all hot and bothered about this piece of research that some some researchers in Canada had taken McCall. That's how you say that we're macaque macaque monkeys. So some researchers and candidates said, oh, we gave some macaque monkeys CW de infected meat and the monkeys contracted CW. De turns out. That's not true. It was they never they didn't publish it. It wasn't peer reviewed won the National Institute for health looked into it. That didn't happen. I how you messed that up. I'll never understand. But wasn't true. But it really got people excited. Another case where someone was doing a fundraiser. I think it was at a fire barn like a fire department fundraiser, they serve CW accidentally serves CW de infected meat to two hundred people. This is seven years ago. I. Believe roughly seven years ago. Eighty seven of those people have agreed to be monitored. They've been monitoring them since nothing yet. There's no known case. There's no known case of human contracting CW d so the two things two points. But there are manuscripts. This is such a sticky subject. There are people who remained imagined. Most of you people who remain like, I definitely want to know more. I'm not gonna get hysterical. But I want to I think that the scientific committee. I think we should be investing money to learn more about possible transmission. Then there are people who have already made up their mind. There's no risk whatsoever. If I I want to go to my buddy Doug's place, he lives in the see WD area, and I wanna get me from like ten CW positive deer. And I want to go out some of their spinal cord, and I wanna take some of their glands. And I wanna make burger out of it. And then I'm gonna make patties they wanna meet total CW denier, I will cook that burger and I'll lay down its plate. And if that's something bitch eats that burger I'll be like now, let's talk. If they hesitate, but I'm like, we're in the same boat brother like that burger makes me nervous. So never mind. The burger never mind a blend of twenty whatever if you had it you get a deer comes back. See WD positive. Yes. Would you eat the deer not not eating not eating? No, no, not gonna eat it. I don't know. It's sitting my freezer for a long time. Yeah. That's a good point. No, it's not no don't eat it. You're not either. No. That's the answer. The answer is no don't eat it. I it just sucks. I have two toss that dear. I feel like I'll put I'm going middle ground. No, no. There's no way out. I I would not give it to my kids. But I would have a very very difficult time, discarding maybe I would just keep it in my freezer and look at it. Just serve your mother in law. Like, an here's your here meeting. As horrible. I wouldn't do that. Cindy, we love, you know. I wouldn't do. It is scary. There's a couple newsy things I wanted to get into. But. Couple of hot button issues. But this is going to be the one that it terrifies me. I don't worry about. I don't worry about the resource impact. Meaning I don't worry about like keeping up at night about reduced your numbers from C from CW. I'm not worried about it's terrible that happens here. Here's what I'm saying. If somehow some Nisshin all knowing being could come and say, see WD cannot and will not be transmitted to humans. I really I would never give it another thought. I would kind of lose interest in it. Like there are people who are like, well, what's it going to mean for deer numbers? I just feel like it'll it'll just join the list of all the other damn diseases that sweep through deer herds down wipe them out. And then they come back, but the food that the idea of hunters getting sick from venison is is just a up setting gut wrenching bought the coolest thing in the world becoming somehow not cool is a heartbreaker. And I don't know at this point. I don't know that anyone can really say anything more than that. I would add that it's happened. It's happened. We haven't had the confirmed case of a person contract and CW WD from eating infected deer. No thousands of Iowa eaten, but we have had already. The culture around dear being compromised by the existence of that disease. And I, you know, I'm speaking about this from the standpoint of a guy who was in grad school in Madison Wisconsin shortly after it was discovered in south west, Wisconsin. And watching the way just my own circle of friends over the course of the last ten years the way that our conversation says have evolved around deer hunting in that part of the state those impacts are already occurring. It's it's changed. You know, if you if you're thinking about. Where do I wanna spend my precious time away from work when I've got a couple of weeks of leave time to spend over the course of the year, and I wanna fill my freezer don't want to travel and hunting an area that I know in love and have hunted a lot, but has CW dear maybe try to find another spot to hunt. And it makes it real hard to want to go back and Huntington area where you might you know, you've got a coin toss as to whether or not the do you kill is going to be able to be something you can feed your family. So if you look at all the culture around. The activity the land ownership. It's just a it's a very real, very sad state of affairs. And even if we don't have that example of a person getting sick from it just the risk of that. I think is already compromising the hunting culture, and it frustrates entered your head. Oh, it's under my head. And to see the inaction that has persisted frustrates the hell out of me, man. I think now exactly half the states twenty six states, Texas. Not right dates. We have right. We do have a no it's pretty it's pretty was Anton smaller areas twenty six is a little more than oh. But I mean, it's like I feel like I was like twenty four and then two more of this. You're somewhere around there. Yeah. In Texas has there's a small Corentin area and Bandera south of San Antonio. And then in west, Texas, sixty six confirmed in Texas. Everyone in here who would eat a C WD positive. Dear who that's a good one say. Yup. Just five there's five in here. They would eat your burger you got. Oh, you got enough I crazy spinal cord bird. But just like by live node burger. Just like, I I'm like, honestly curious. So if you would just a nice home. Yup. Like if you would eat a C WD, positive, dear. Okay. If you would not. Well, you're not you're not doing the nice clean. Yup. Oh, I hate it. I don't want to I. Caesar what that. Then be. I'm not familiar with the parliamentary procedure oh parliamentary procedure. Oh, you don't real quick? Did you know that I was reading a guy was a guy wrote in saying that radical pigs is part of the e u new world order domination plan. No. I did not hear that dude. It was a fast. He laid out a very fascinating case, we're gonna move real quick. So now, how do we going to pick our person? Ooh. Free play that. Yeah, we best it up. We're gonna play. We're gonna play seeing through the bullshit where someone has come up. They're going to be presented with two lies in a single troop Reinecke Halbe. You got to get. You got to get one just grab someone. So we don't really like select something early. So we're gonna play and, but I I have a correction to make we played this that we played us that long ago. We played this now Largo, and I we accidentally did we accidentally did three lies. Because we're talking about we're talking about a faith like the deadliest tiger, the deadliest animal ever was the ciampa wa Tigris, and it was a tiger. Who had had messed up teat, some people believe that she had been shot bio poacher Bossard or teeth the tiger then dedicated itself to killing humans and eating humans and this. This is no joke. It's probably more but attributed single Tigris in killed three hundred and fifty six people. And it was killed by a is is screwed up. And we got a lot of heat for this is screwed up and said that guy that killed it. Jim corbett? I said that he was American, but the British people were pissed it was like when I said Sam Houston died at the Alamo. People were worked up. So that's my correction Corbett was British now if you win known out get not if you went was that contestant is here here. J J. Nice to meet you mentioned grab a seat. They all spin you see you can look right in the eye of the storytellers. Okay. We're going to tell you things that are there's one true thing hiding within this. You want? What you want first truth? Okay. Are you? Are you familiar with youth hunting seasons? Oh, yeah. And you are aware of the fact that now, and then a DOE a female white tail will grow Antlers. Okay. Tennessee's youth haunting season. A new youth hunting season record was set in Tennessee by an antler d- dope. The individual who was holding the record prior to this kill has actually contested the new entry because it's not a buck. Okay. So I have a story that we've together bears and national forests. And it goes like this. In the nineteen eighty s. A narcotics officer turned drug runner by the name of Andrew Thornton. Was traveling over the chattahoochee national forest in a small airplane containing forty plastic containers of blow. Coke. The white stuff. He threw okay. He's through. He threw the containers out of the plane donned his parachute leaving the plane unattended. And enroute to the ground. Unfortunately, became tangled in his own parachute. Plummeting to his death. Agents when they went into recover the drugs in his body. Expecting to find fifteen million dollars worth of cocaine some forty kilos. Instead came upon a very dead black bear. The black bear had died of the single most impressive drug overdose. In the history of wildlife ecology stuffed to the brim with the white stuff a knee crops. He revealed the bear had died from a combination of cerebral hemorrhaging respiratory failure, hyperthermia renal failure, heart failure and a stroke. That bear. That bears now stuffed and on display at the Kentucky fund mall north in north Lexington where he'd done the moniker Pablo Escobar. Dan, also, well told all right? So are you familiar with the Lone Star tick? Okay. You only the Lone Star tick in the Lone Star state. So we have somebody else. All right, man. So we have a tick that carries. I think it's called alpha gal carbohydrate, and so when it bites and infects a human goes into the bloodstream, we produce a whole bunch of antibodies and basically have an allergic reaction so severe that. We can no longer eat right meat, so beef lamb, so I'm six planning what the tickets, we're getting work. Yes. Got this tick and recently down in south, Texas, they stumbled upon a ton of their several pilots that were really scrawny, and they started trying to figure out what was wrong with these coyotes, and they test them, and they contracted this disease from Lone Star tick because I can't eat meat. Now, you need help from the crowd. I can go to each one of the storytellers and stand behind him in the crowd can yell the loudest for who they think is the truth. If you need that help while your quick you. Yeah. Review? Can you have the story of the new use season white tailed deer record? You have the story of Pablo Escobar. And you have the story of that the allergen the meat allergen that can be caused that humans can contract from the Lone Star tick has afflicted has been proven to be able to afflict coyotes and make them intolerant of meat, which leads. So there may see ation in eventual death, and they all live in Frisco. This is hard this. Go to hell if you wanna help from the guy let me let me real quick real quick. So what we have is some fury HD five thousand doctors from our friends at board tax who we needed we needed a president so seeing and through the bullshit we needed a president. And you get laser range finding binoculars real expensive real nice fresh lifetime war lifetime thing. If they burn up in a house fire, they'll give you new ones you got some chunk of plastic ascendant. Danielle's was asked the crowd Danielle's story about the veggie Kyle. But by bullshit, you mean by both said, do you mean true or not true? That's a lie. Okay. Carl's story about Paolo Escobar. Steve story about the female buckets. Now, the state youth record in Tennessee. Oh, no. That's hard. Leaning towards that one really was your lead in toward the youth. Sees if you want to win. But it's my fellow Texans. And I'm gonna go the Texan way, and I'm gonna go with Pablo Esco. Nice play. Thank you. Thanks. Thank you very much beloved everyone. You guys are the best.

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The Birth of Mass Production in America

Aerial America

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The Birth of Mass Production in America

"The old mill town of low was named for an industrial pioneer who helped give birth to Massachusetts and America's industrial age Lowell lies on the Merrimack river where it flows across the Pawtucket falls in the days before steam engines, falling water was the best means to power a mill in eighteen ten a man named Francis. Low return from a trip to Britain armed with details of the workings of the power loom. A cornerstone of England's industrial success. Lowell and his partners. Then built a mill of their own to turn cotton into thread and thread into cloth all under one roof. After his death. The new mill town of loaves established and named in his honor. Here. Nearly six miles of canals. Howard, forty Mils that turned out fifty thousand miles of cloth year. These mills and others throughout New England with the birth of mass production in America being able to produce cloth from scratch in a single factory was so revolutionary at the time. Many including Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett and Charles Dickens came to marvel at Lowe's mills.

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Words of the Day

Pod Dirty to Me

31:19 min | 1 year ago

Words of the Day

"Yeah. Where did the day his heart? Aardvark aardvark. That a sentence. Please do. I'm in ours, working is when two men touch their penises tip to tip and one man rolls the foreskin of his penis over the penis of the other man in this scenario, it is necessary that one man be on the circumcised are. Yes. Have you really weird if they weren't would tugging? So basically one man is modern. The other man is stuck in the middle ages. Extra going on there. You need to make this work interesting. It is interesting. I agree with you. Hard working. I just like kind of picture two guys doing this being like all right. We're gonna put it in book. Boop. All right. It's like I don't know. I, I don't know how. Maybe romantic or like actual. I don't. New. You're the what for me when you art Virk me. I don't see where the Aardvark me it just sends me over the unless the sheltered by Pena's from the storm. The modern man is grabbing the medieval man's skin. Realize there are uncircumcised men in today's society. Right. Very attractive. No. I don't see the pleasure in that unless the modern man is growing the middleman foreskin and using it to one out. Yes. That evening pleasurable, but otherwise, what do you get worse? Pleasure. For the stone-age gentlemen, you're still getting the same. You're getting the skin jerked over yours. I mean with how that works, so. I'm just I'm sure what you're done. Here's fourth just hanging there like flap, just it'll go limb Vic. That you just pulled too much. It's kind of hanging there for a few days till it kinda comes back up. It's like one of those things you pull it. Stories that little skin sweater could tell. It probably never thought was gonna be wrapped around into the penis, it dreamed. Probably. Interesting art market now. Now I picture like Jon snow doing it saying medieval. Don't ruin my game of thrones for me. Please. No, no, no, no. So that was it word of the day, I would like please comment because I like to know how how common that is in that world the world in the medieval. Obviously we're talking about England. There's four skins all over the place. We would love to hear. If anyone has had any experience with Aardvark egg. What us know how this goes? Now, if there were two. Too many women would one just kind of hold it back while the other would turn they call that suction coming. Oh. Good stuff. We are laughing. The picture. Is it? It's interesting. All right. Well. Oh. This was called a hole in one. Okay. All in one or one one Poland one another topic, but not right now a hole in one is the active sticking your dick in your own ass. Just try not to get huge Boehner. Once it's in how you'll get a nice Snape Rupe? Oh, god. Okay. I do quick one. Yeah. Wow. Well, I don't have a dick. So I definitely can't play around with my own assholes far as dick is concerned. I can play with my asshole in other ways. But. Around. Just imagine stretching your Dixie, please don't get hard. Please don't get hurt. I mean. House. Never you know you kind of need it hard to get it in your right? I mean if it's not hard when you're trying to get it where it's going then what's the point really stick? I've never done it. A hole in one stuck in another but never by own. Yeah. I feel like that would be difficult. I mean, again, I don't have a dick, but if I had one, I can imagine that I would have hard time trying to forcefully, bend at around and inserted my own asshole. So. Yeah. Thinking about this fully erect penis trying to been that around. You can't can't do camping really bend that his magic magic. You can't do that. The little penis that could. There's a Wilders away. Straight back. Go lily who would want to try that. I mean who would want, even if they want to fuck themselves in the ass I can I can see how people would try it? At the end of the day, you gotta be hard. Right. I mean so much more stretchy when it's none or well, no, that's true. Or you get where you're going. Somewhat hard. Yeah, I imagine that, that would be easy to do to accomplish tune in next week. We'll let you know how it goes over or if you have experiences. Please. Dick and stick it in your own. We would love to know how I will. Did you finish? That would be something that would be something, you know, it's would be Ripley's believe it or. That's a good question. If you could do that. Would you go and finish up because I know own right? I mean. I mean shit if I eat myself out and get myself off Lino like twenty four seven I would be doing it for sure. Some sure like if you had kind of like the question of addict or. Would we just through the whole thing? Yeah. I mean, I would think if you could do that. Yeah, it's another form of masturbation. If you're thinking of his, it's self pleasure. So I think it's Speziale you know, I. I. We're going to go with feasible. The word of the day. Can I blew myself? It's feasible. Peaceable. Feel so good. This one's called the more the more the more than Morgan Mindy made famous by Robin Williams on Morgan d I asked that Jin 'cause, you know, Morgan commit, you know, Morgan Mindy. That's the question. Mark in the end of that. Yes. Okay. The work. It's not just missed out fire Mork in Mindy. I'm sorry. Jake gweat. Get it out of your. I would assume she only knows Robin Williams from his style fired up working Mindy. No, I, I know him from working. Okay. All right. Well, please day proceed without further ado. I give you the Mork give it to me made famous by Robin Williams on Mork and Mindy. Stick your pinky and your ring fingers up a girl's ass than jam your finger your middle and your index fingers, a pervert, Jonah Mugla say the seaward 'cause it's on here. Please note this is not complete until you finish it off with nanny anew. Called that that is fucking amazing. I think I may have done the more a few done. It's almost like the shocker but a little a little tweak to track these women down to finish it off. I think this is a normal, a normal move Jin. I think it's kind of normal. Yeah. I think I've done that before moving fingers. But the move is pretty Nanu Nanu, though. So you guys are not done with this maneuver to go back, you got these women. I mean we can we can try and. If you've been with Mike, Jen. They didn't say. She doesn't Email we'll finish off that. Oh, wow. I just feel like two fingers in the. The Bank door fingers in the back. Well, I feel like most other stretchy but I mean, I feel like that might be. Yeah. Two fingers, you know is pushing it sometimes I feel like depends on, you know, depends on the person, and if they're like really just amped up ready to go. Got to be very relaxed. And go flow willing to accommodate go. Yes. Yes, low exact. Yes. All right. I do. Oh there. The word of the day today. It's a phrase cold the. Davy crockett. The David Crockett is a sexual maneuver in what you slip muscle relaxants into your girls, snus pod. Okay. Let me just get through the settings. Okay. So Davy Crockett is a sexual maneuver in lich in in which you slip muscle. Relaxants into your girl, snus pod and slide you're headed. That's the wearing your partners ex snatch for your actual head. Thank you, Mike penile. It. In which he slight. Slide your head in just wearing your partners. Now. Relax nets for as a Coon skin cat. We missed a few other words of the day, along long this one can come in handy on those cold winter nights. Okay. Davy. Crockett. Thing about that. Jin have you ever had worn as a first of all, who the fuck calls it a snooze pod would kind of can fucker is this Smith pod? I've never even heard of that. But. Oh, god. Smith pod anywhere. It is a little hat skin. Cap your you don't remember. You'll never taking a muscle relaxer recently. I jelly. Vaginal. No. Yeah. And I definitely don't remember anyone wearing my vagina hat. You'd remember that I. I would I've had many face down there, but no one necessarily wanting to wear my pussy of fucking hat ever million. Sucker things. Rep there. To pull away. Squeezes tighter. No note mine is not a hungry alien my aid. Dell thing the way all pretty pink little flower. So, yeah, there's no angry sucking alien action there. Sorry. Dot is. That's very interesting. Davy Crockett in like a little coons. I like outside Coon skin cap. I think you can still say that, that think I don't know. Interesting to me. I never heard that was crazy. Is. An email. Very Email drywall. Kood skin. Yeah. But you got those plaguing, I wanna I do wanna know who came up with his pod, because that is a very interesting word Irish. I've never heard ish. His bold. It's right next to the pot lucky charm. At the end me rainbow don't you know? All right. Well. Attention, but it's certainly lighten the mood. Bats, and walk down the street on hot days. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Just leave the imagination. Seen many different snus pods. So I could I could imagine that they would make very different Coon skin. Have one of the I've always seen one. Rearranged by nuns. Coon skin. I don't think it's big enough to be honest with you. Well, you would know maybe if you were out with the one like for booking Sesame Street. That. Gap. Yes. Yes. Oh man. Oh. Oh fuck. Yeah. The word of the day is intercourse its verb Corp score. It is a the definition of intercourse is sex with a woman who doesn't respond. That's actually really funny. That makes total sense because the corpse doesn't respond because it's fucking dead. Yeah. I mean I have had sex with a lot of courses. I have ever like. I just feel continue if that's the case. Going to be wrong. I'm sure there's some guys that just plug away until they get there. But if there's no. Reaction anything. Yeah. Reaction. How do you know that you're like doing anything? Right. I mean you kind of need value going down on the curl and just putting your about, like just going to town Clint, and she just I'll be like all of this. I'd be like I'd be like. Hello. In fact, if that were to happen that that'd be for me. I wouldn't even continue beyond that because I'm like, no, I, I need your reaction to get me going. Exactly that is that is the worst when you're with someone that doesn't have any kind of response because you're like, okay, give me something I need to know that, that what I'm doing is pleasurable. I wanna make you feel good. And otherwise, you know, I'm not gonna feel that if you're not feeling good got it makes you wonder what those people are going through to not have a response. How can you just not have a response to that? I mean. Well, when I was in high school, I knew a guy that had a girl that didn't wanna have sex with their dating and she's like do it. If you want to, but I'm not going to do. She just laid there. He just did what he did got Kenny. Got done. Got dressed, whatever I got mine. I don't even know if I could get my, it's hard enough to get my now but a situation like that. I just I don't even know. Oh, adecco. You should do. For over a cigarette. That's true. Very true. Yeah. You know Jones in that case, if there's a reaction, okay? I'm gonna go to finish. I'm not advocating that you aily attacks. Kind of sounded like rape the asshole jury actually she says, do you to do about helping? To stop. Or if you proceed, so I just take it all your friends and say, we're gonna turn this into a. No, no. God. Wow. And with that we bid, you good day. Dance episode. Yeah. Run wasn't it? Banned for by. Officially van tunes after that is. Look for us on Russian. Endorsed by President Trump. Yes dot com. Build the wall, there is never. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Keep going the word of the days tours together to form one phrase. It's called push wrote. Push rope rope. It's a verb. Is it like jumper rope? But you're none Dirk dealers on this as a male to attempt to have sex with a less than wrecked penis. I was used in a sentence. I was so drunk, I was pushing wrote the whole time and she didn't like it. I can't imagine you would. I would like that have I attempted that. Absolutely. But I didn't even like it. So it's not. Well, pushing now that's sad. Kind of that is that in on the mill into that it really makes you feel sad. 'cause you're like, okay, this is happening. But maybe we can try to make this happen. And it just doesn't happen is where you can push rope. But it ain't gonna get roped. Something like that. All right. No, don't, don't. I mean, if you got to you got to maybe it'll get there. But if really it'd be honest, they happen. If you can't go full rope, then they have a push rope this lumber. Yeah. Yeah. You gotta lay the pipe, right? Yeah. Harder harder. This one is called the Hindenburg. Oh, it already. Sounds painful not painful. Well, it is painful. So this the definition of the Hindenburg as we know it is when some slit, who is so bad at all sex. You're forced to cry. Oh, the humanity as her teeth scrape your man tool. Counts. I mean, I don't even have a man tool and that, just sounds paid. I feel like teeth can be fun with other parts of the body. But when those are really really sensitive teeth, Mike on your, your Berg, I do and Hindenburg calling it a Hindenburg is being very generous. Anyway, in, I think, on a previous show, we may have mentioned blowjobs and how there's really not a bad one. But that would certainly make a bad blow job. When teeth are involved. I think there's bad blow jobs. I mean. I mean I mean when teeth yes, other than that they're all pretty well. I wish I had input on this. I've cheated we're on the dick for confession time. I think you do have input on this for topic for what's good. Okay. All right. Coming next episode. All right. There we go. Fucking with their keep going. Today's phrase of the day is get some Stacey on the hang down. From britain. They do have fun phrase getting it. No, it's. It is a verb to have six literally get some stinky sex mill on the hang down penis. Wow. My goodness, Heiki some, stinky, on the Hanky state. Hang time thing math. Day him. I hang down kissed the lead. It. Okay, great. I mean, if you wouldn't have voice, but I don't wanna get called. I don't want to upset any people. Any anybody really upset people? So. Stay like this stay on the day. That's a good one. I like that very, very down in some stadium. Just keep saying over and over and over. So let's go to say randomly throughout this. So interject with freemen my friend gets stinky, oh my head. Oh, good. This is called the moped the moped the moped. Okay. It's a chick. That's a fun ride until your friends. See you on it. Actually that one. I liked. I liked that one. Sweet you've ever been on a moped might man. The. Two people are listening in one of the might be a boat pit for you. Wouldn't really good to the confessions last time. So I have probably at least been on one moped jed. Yes. Yes. Oh. The word of the day is ball. Cousy ball can be to achieve bulk Uzi you place. You're nuts in a bowl of warm water than have a girl. Put a astride the bowl and blow bubbles under your balls. Rubber Ducky is optional. The sentence. Hot tub was broken. So Lee Jordan took turns in the ball Cousy. Oh, wow. Must I feel like you must love balls to, to maybe I don't really. Yeah. I wouldn't mind having a ball Cousy though. I don't know that I never. That would feel pretty good. Yeah, I probably would have that's tugged or anything. But I think like I don't warm water and bubbles. I'm going to give it to me the word of the day is the rodeo, the rodeo, the rodeo away, I guess I should wait. What that is actually love it. Ciller to the Bronco you start once again, banging chick from behind at a prearranged time. You grab her hair with one hand just as several buddies bust into the room. See hang on for eight seconds cab. Oi. Ye how oh boy. That's just rude. I mean you don't you don't invite guests prior like acknowledgement and consent. Something you've arranged with your buddies time fucking. From behind gotten. Yeah. That's it's any rate that gives you know, she's going to you're getting booked off there, buddy. That's just that's wrong for someone who's ever had any kind of sexual trauma in the past. Like you really you better know this girl's history before you try and pull some shit like that. Or you might get stabbed. It's very possible thing about it is pretty awesome. You getting this chick from behind you got her hair pulled back, you buddies bussed in and she's just like what the filing you're like, oh. Oh. Cowboy at we've got the timer? Okay. Wow. One would go. Glad you enjoy yourselves. Your buddy. Start calendar. Seriously busted Dohrn chicks, like what's a fuck you, count or much each. They come off. Oh my God. Just remember that this chick knows where you sleep. So I would I would be careful with that kind of thing. Breakdown. You like me to lose a testicle in your for something to co. For not being sure about that to really racing. It. He's looking cowboy boots on his phone. Who've actually want to be invited to one of those. I want to be one of the eight guys, I don't wanna be the asshole is doing it to the poor chick. One of the guys that come in, you know what if she's like fuck it just keep doing it. And then she's like, come on, guys, you're next, then you rich. Trying to buck off a you. I got you locked in that she locked down all the other guys like section. Now that would alien alien vagina. Fricking. Clamps pita. Happiness. This. What is called the slump BUSTER, the wet slope BUSTER? Buster. Okay. When a professional athlete FIS the dirtiest. Nastiest fattest, most disease ridden. Skank. Puts the would tour with the intent that will break up a slump. What the? I feel like there are so many things. This has to be this might be a common thing with, with that leads or or with. But I, I don't know. I hope jeeter did it. I mean the one that you heard about what jeeter certainly didn't fit that description. And what I know is that even put the wood to her, like come the fuck on come on. I feel like they're playing that it's mostly baseball players. Yes, I got my thought. Oh, sorry. Offend you. America's favorite pastime apparently isn't baseball. It's beating the slum. Getting back into the past God needed this love really open a can of worms with tear, the whole time you're describing it, I thought major league. So, yeah. The guy that was president and twenty four. With his voodoo kit. Today. The word of the day is called hot dog in a hallway boy. Oh boy. Yeah. Good. Not. I want to be. Maybe he's cracked up. All right. When laying the pipe you realize your dick isn't even touching the walls from Jonah. Kyw like tossing a hot dog in a hallway. Most frequently happens when the banging the neighborhood trick. Or if you're sling a small Dake. Micro penis, though. I don't even think that's like a hot dog. But that's the thing right? Is that a thing, but micro penis? Yeah. Let me show you. No. Exactly. The word of the day. Did your? Order of. In honor of the episode nine whatever flick number were trailing from. Star Wars day here the word of the day. Today is the Jedi mind trick when banging your partner you repeatedly shout. I am not fucking. Looking. Not real. Right. I don't know about a genitive. When you said, did I mind trick it, I, I was thinking of something that I may have tried in the past where maybe you're in the middle of doing something, something's not quite responding like you wanted. So in your mind, you're going, you will you will work he will get up and I obviously find out at that point, I am not agenda and it does not work. The force is strong definitely not strong at that moment. The force will come back strong at the most inopportune moment. True. But not when you need it when you're on a bus. Somewhere where you can't really like next to eighty year old woman cabbage. So precise. Right. So you're banging someone you're, you're basically telling him here, not fucking. Like what the hell you do it. I feel you. No.

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Why Should You Remember the Alamo?

Aerial America

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Why Should You Remember the Alamo?

"This. Former Catholic mission is rounded by downtown San Antonio and besieged today only by tourists, but in March of eighteen thirty six abandoned almost two hundred Texan rebels were barricaded inside the Alamo, including legendary frontiers. Men William Travis Davy Crockett and Jim buoy. Outside they were surrounded by an army of more than eighteen hundred Mexicans under General Antonio Lopez to Santa Anna was also the president of Mexico. Santa Anna ordered the Texas to surrender on pain of death. Setting the stage for a tragedy that its final act on March six with the Mexicans moved in. The outnumbered men in the Alamo fought aerobically, but would quickly overwhelmed. Those who didn't die in battle were executed just as Santa Anna had promised. Since that day cries of remember, the Alamo filled the Texas Air. But the Texas revolution wasn't over yet. Just outside modern day. Houston lies San Jacinto the historic site. Were Texas's independence was finally one. Today. The battle of San Jacinto monument marks the spot where on April twenty first eighteen thirty six the rebel. Army got its revenge. Web by general Sam Houston. They too were outnumbered. The managed route FOX outfight the Mexicans and even captured Santa Anna himself. The Mexican president had no choice, but to surrender finally giving Texas its independence. The new Republic of Texas was it's own country for almost ten years. Sam houston. The cure of the revolution was elected the republic's first president.

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ACS (Part 2): David Zucker

The Adam Carolla Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

ACS (Part 2): David Zucker

"Thanks for listening to the Adam Corolla show on podcast one. I can't believe it that Gerald is presenting the quarterly budget report with finger puppets. Look here comes a one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead. Hello, everybody. No. I can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on my car insurance guy. Go. Projected increase in organic three revenue. Believe it. Geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. It's time to check out them's mail. Hey, the sausages for Adam. This is Jay from Jacksonville upon let you know that I'm a longtime fan in Washington ancho nice sitting offense. I was about eight years old, then we just all come to our baby daughter in the world, we named her Natalia after your daughter kinda weird. But we love the name. You can leave us a message at eight six three four one seven four four. Trey GIS sight unseen. We'll do what we call peixe trade. That's when you trade your daughter David sucker in studio. We're doing a live show up on stage. It'll beat the vine improv Thursday, January twenty four th tickets available and Pearl dot com, and we'll be doing basic cable commentary, and we'll be breaking down some of the movies that inspired airplane while zero hour, which was the big one. And and some of his work as well. So come say, hi, good. See again, my friend nice to be here. Good to see you. I was for me. I think we all had everyone had movies growing up. When's when VHS came out when we had the ability to repeat things used to be just wait till the Grinch who stole Christmas came on September thirteenth. While you probably weren't old enough to see it. When it was in theaters didn't see it in the theater pot. It blue because you're too young or because you really missed it. Like, I missed the Beatles. Live in Milwaukee. Because I thought I think they they they got big in right? The beginning there. And then they by the time they played Milwaukee. I thought they'd be over with. So I didn't. Yeah. Well, well, the Kentucky Fried movie had couple things had had some great tits in it. Which was a big deal that's been hot. And he back then. And also, it was probably are rated, and I probably what year did Kentucky Fried seventy seven seventy seven. I I was not old enough to see an R rated movie, and I was probably thirteen or something. And I couldn't get somebody to take me to the to this theater. But later on I had a friend who had VHS cassette of it. And we could just watch it over and over again and some of the just funny. You know, there's this stuff where you go like, oh, yeah. It was funny back in the day. But it doesn't really hold up anymore. Some of that stuff. Just as funny today's it was the first time I thought like Cleopatra Schwartz. Thanks. Yes. That was. You know, we we shop that at our old theater at our old Kentucky Fried theater on PICO blank. Nobody remembers this. But we had a theater from nineteen seventy to nineteen seventy six on PICO boulevard, and we did shows Thursday to Sunday born seventy eight this was yeah. And it was packed. We it was a comedy review and remember the the air controller in airplane. Johnny Steve stuck was piano player. Wow. Yeah. When it came time to airplane. We definitely wanted to cast him in something. So we want to say we wrote that role for him. But we actually could not right for him. He all the lines that he said were his own. I can make it to. Yeah. He actually did that one St. how how tough a sell was airplane before that John Ross sort of existed. But it was it was impossible. We wrote it in nineteen seventy five and we could not find any backing for it. And so. We invited John Landis who had directed a movie called schlock, and that bombed he used family, the family money, and they lost all of that. So and he came to invited them to come to see our show on PICO. And he said, essentially, why don't you do a movie of your show? And so that's kind of gave up on airplane for the time being ended Kentucky Fried movie. I will play a little snippet of Cleopatra Schwartz. Well, the whole thing only minute eighteen seconds long. But it cracks me up every time. She was six feet of black dynamite. He was a short seating. Ju she on a savage battle to stay alive in the ghetto. He studied the Talmud at night. While she burned to the ground. He kindled the Sabbath candles. Was a love of. Let sensual lust fueled by those who said, no. Samuel L Bronco presents Cleo, Patras, watts alone. Dead triumph in a hellish inferno of unrelenting desire never before has the screen unleash touch violent Curie. Never get one, man. One woman defies such incredible. No, one stop them. Who would do the who did the voice over for that? There's a guy named shadow Stevens. Stevens. Where somehow we got to know him, you know, early on. And so our producer Bob weis knew him. So he did all the all the voice overs for the whole thing. Now the. The actress in that who played Cleopatra shorts was Maryland. Joy and her boyfriend who I think was Jim Kelly who was in enter the dragon. Oh, really as one of the this is, you know, there's a whole there is a whole enter the dragon. Yeah. With Bruce Lee. So and I may be wrong about that. But send out. This fully came to try. And Detroit gags in every movie after that. But she so we gave it a we cast her in. And she didn't understand that. This was a spoof on a trailer and had her lawyer come in and her agent, and we had to put it in writing that when we did the feature of Cleopatra Schwartz. She would be right Cleopatra. Whenever right. So we said, okay, we'll sign it. I remember super clearly God, I must have seen. I must have been watching Kentucky Fried movie before I was outta high school because it's some point one of the prominent guys who is in fistful of yen, which is probably the longest vignette. They well. Yeah, it was a movie within a movie, it was only movie within a movie, what are the guys who was in that one of the third guy. Whatever was the unpire one of my high school. It was high school baseball game playing and sill mar and as walked up to the plate, and he's like, all right. Take your fist fully. All right here. We go. I couldn't get over it. He was one of the Asian guys in one of the Asian guys. In was the empire in my high school baseball game small world, laughing at the part where they say if I were sleeping and you're an alarm clock. How would you wake me, and what are the guys with very, well, I wouldn't I'm no digging. I don't know. Why? It's so funny. It's not. But I actually thought of that when I was a have to as I mentioned before I I happen to be watching one of your movies and the credits were really really long at the end. And then I realized wait a minute. This is a gag there's it's just goes on and on and on and on it was crowd at all the people of paid for the. That one. I wish it was like gang jokes on them. But we did. In in the in the credits to Kentucky Fried movie, it said clowns army, and so we gave everyone of these guys all the extras credits. That's I thought well one of them was an empire trying to figure out which one lots of. That whole that whole scene was so great that whole movie that old movie was great people ask me what your favorite comedy. I'll always saying. They could gun saying that because you're here. It's a wonderful wonderful. I love there's so many great. Not here. Please. I always I love when it gets back to the airport. He's gets behind the microphone spilling people know. They're here to see weird. Al and weird. Al big Kentucky Fried theatre fan. He had been to the theater many times. So yeah, that always made me laugh it always made me laugh when he was trying to get them Pires pyre suit off him and the other guy woken the doors. Still many great laughs. So the first cell was tough. But yeah, but police squad was before that, right? No, please. God was after airplane after right. Yeah. As in nineteen eighty-two, we actually tried to do it as a feature we had an idea. Why don't we do a police show? And we wanted to to do kind of a spoof on 'em squad, which was a nineteen fifty eight black and white s- television series. Starring Lee Marvin and so- Leslie was to play Lee Marvin in this. And so, but we didn't know what a plot was or structure or characters. So and we'll prove that in top secret. But anyways, so Mike talk about. Talk about Michael Eisner, who's the head of paramount at the time said, well, I can get you six on the air on ABC. And so we said, okay. Yeah. Hey, how about a TV show and the way I remember it? We thought about we failed to give that the twenty four hour test. We thought about it. And then the next morning, we call them up. And he said, no, we don't want to do. We don't want to do a TV show because you know, we we wanna do features. And he said, well, I already pitched it to him. And they said, yes. So you you have to do it. And we believed him so. You know, Craig today's you think about all these moments pass in your head. I I loved it. When Leslie Nielsen was talking to the guy down on the dock you want to get information from him, and he started like, maybe this member. Member of money back though, seems make me laugh that. In that routine? We did on stage. I saw also that a version of that. Which made me laugh outlining the water in the. Made me laugh in the TV version of that is the guy who's same guy like the shoeshine guy who had all who had all the information at some point. The guy needs information leaves and then Tommy Lasorda pulls up, and he wants to know who to start the six game and the World Series, or whatever it is. Right in each episode. We had somebody come on one time. It was dick Clark. Right. He asked him. How do you? How do you looks still young? And I have this special cream, and he gave them. Yeah. There were always a little guest cameo. So the Kentucky Fried movie how much of that cost. You remember the budget was for that? It was about six hundred fifty thousand do you know how much made or how it even work back then probably made about twenty or twenty five million and so return. Yeah. They and they weren't you know, it was United Artists theater circuit who, you know, put it out they distributed they put it in their own. Eaters. And so we made a lot of we had a lot of profit participation because they couldn't hide it fast enough. Same thing on airplane paramount didn't expect it to be speak it, and it was put into production as a what they call a programmer and villa distribution pipeline. And and so it's first week. Well, that was that budget was three point two million and it made its money back the first weekend at one hundred thirty on my screen. I mean overall who knows profit keeps growing, but three point two and one hundred thirty million that you you have the this'll help your memory seen. Always cracks me. A Frank driven is going to get them information down right now near do. Well. Well. Oh, I remember, Hugh. What do you want to ask you questions familiar with that face? I don't know. I remember eight so great. Maybe this over pressure member still kinda haze. I remember my used to see him around where do you want to know? Maybe this'll help. Still don't think so. His name is no cop. He was dealing h telling you was dirty. Runyon right now. All right. All right. We're Ludwig shipping. He tried to push something one of my boys. I swear it. So what are you going to do about it? Copper was to maybe. I should tell you. He's not a twenty. How about now? Out if you're telling the truth. I love that. I love all the scenes, and that's all the crazy. Oh stuff. No nordberg. Oh god. All right. I should tell do business this half of the show. Brought to you by butcher box dot com. Truecar and Ben online dot AG. I butcher box delivers healthy one hundred percent grass-fed and finish peop- free range organic chicken. Heritage breed pork directly to your door on a monthly basis and they got a new protein, they're adding while Alaskan sockeye salmon, everybody sustainably harvested from Bristol bay Alaska. The color tells you it's fresh not factory farm all products or humanely raised never given antibiotics or hormones taste is unbelievable. We've been talking about the protein we've been talking about Vinnie toward her. It's genus been coaching. You guys up time to make it easy. 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Those comics were like, those comics that you put in in the to help pass the time while they'll the thing blows over thing. You know, if you're going to crowd fund, something you have to offer a bunch of like incentive, and that's all you had to do is. I could do that. Yeah. You maybe get a movie made. They would well, you know, like hats t shirts posters, you know, outgoing voice messages on people's phones and all that kind of stuff. Questions about twenty four hour war or whatever car movie, you saw the portion of the show where guests interviews the host. Yes, you might not have been coached up. No, I was I watched. There was the the boxing movie. And then there was the the movie where you were a standup up. So I'm watching rode hard, and I absolutely laughed out loud. When you got the guy heckling you when you were doing the warm up stuff, and he he took you through you over a table. Yes. And I thought that was hilarious. But I was thinking what I was thinking in my mind was why doesn't why doesn't Kroll at just take this guy because he's a boxer. But then I got the movies. That movie you're in an ace fighter meetings. Can't hunt. Yeah. All I remember from that scene. You probably have had this. If you times what will just according to my wiring. What drives me the most nuts are the prompt masters and the set KYW's guys doing like the set prompt stuff because when you're writing the jokes, you do it really specifically because you have sort of seen that you want in you need certain things to happen. And this was the talk show of a big time late night talk show host. And the guy was dressing. The guy's desk any add to ceramic coffee, mugs. One was sort of just sort of weird diamond checkered multicolored and the other was just like beige and there. And I was like what are you doing? He's like, I'm doing the set, you know. And I was like Where'd you get the coffee mugs? He's like I rented them which is weird because the dollar store down the street and coffee mug it. But I was like no you needed one with the show's low on it. And he's like, yeah. We didn't get those. And I'm like have you ever seen a late night show where this mugs like from from the kitchen or at your mom's friends house, and she poured you some post them, and it's just that just random mugs, two, different mugs. And they're like we rented days. Why did you rent? Why would you need to rent random, coffee, mugs? But then Secondly, it always have the show's logo on it. And they're like, yeah. And I'm like have you can you think of as show nighttime? Daytime anytime that had provided coffee mugs, but the mugs were just random random mugs from a random kitchen, and they're like, no the microphone was like miniature and weird too. I was like, oh, no, it's so are you familiar with this American institution for decades? It's so weird the scene where the guy had the floor buffer. He had this miniature little. Little swiffer thing. And it's like guys have picked brother, and we're in a big big hotel and keep doing a commercial. And so it was like, well, this is the one we got it was miniature thing and said to the guy who managed the actual hotels like you guys have a floor buffer like somewhere like go get it and win gotten the actual it'll drive you nuts. That drive you nuts. Just the well. You know, what drove me nuts, but it was years later in airplane. I wanted we wanted all the costumes to be of the fifties. Not of the ninety seventy nine when we did it right because it was all that stupid, seventies fashion. And we wanted to make first of all we wanted to on a prop plane, but Mike Elisa says, no, it's got to be a jet plane. He was right. But we still put in the piston engine it always had to sound, and but the the constellation somehow. They just a few things kind of squeaked in there. Like the the little kid who talks. Kareem. His you can see it's a huge collar for some reason not of the fifties at all, right? And I didn't notice it at the time because you're trying to think of a million things share directing. So I love that scene. When he's talking about dragging linear up and down the court. And Kareem didn't you know, he wasn't an actor? So we have to piece that together if you watch it it's kind of cut together a little bit. And and and but Kareem was he didn't want. He didn't he wasn't comfortable with memorizing lines kind of like me in high school. I wasn't in the drama club. Because I couldn't remember is any lines anyways. This was not his first, you know, calling. But so, but fortunately, they were all sitting in pilot seats facing forward and cream is reading the of teleprinter. Yeah. Yeah. The thing about not being fund of memorizing lines. Nobody's find of memorizing lines like. Like, I don't know. How Mark do. It it sucks. Mark, it sucks. It sucks. It sucks. You're having when you are doing a sitcom or something like that. And you get a big stack of pages, and you go home with it. It's literally like you're in the ninth grade again that's feeling of red and misery and like Monday's coming. It's horrible. No one wants to do it. Yeah. Kareem doesn't have to do. He doesn't want to. Thank god. He was just, you know, right? Just right. So a few years ago at the TM festival, which I go to every year out here. They we were at the and it was so unbelievable to see airplane in a giant theater. Chinese leader. It was packed house. People going crazy. And I remember somebody asking because I think we all soom this this movie had to be just chock full of improv. And he said, no, this these were painstakingly written as right if you could talk a little bit went wrote it over a couple of years, and we fight over everywhere. There's a certain rhythm to the lines. And since I discovered final draft. Then I see the speeches on a page is a picture, and they can't be any more than six lines. But you know, we just everything is a setup or a punchline, and we just and there's no improv. It's just it's we we use we use an old nineteen Fifty-seven black and white movie called zero hour as our template. The plot is exactly zero hour. Have you ever heard of this? You must have to go to YouTube put in airplane zero it shows scene for scene. Same thing. I just I thought it was airport. Yeah. Some of it was from airport. So you know, when Peter graves is by the magazine rack, that's exactly from I think Charlton Heston in the terminal I love when he's walking into the terminal and the got the hurry Krishna. Flowers and stuff like that. And he just beating the crap makes me laugh switching gears Davy Crockett. Yeah. Well, sure. David duckers big Davy Crockett guy, which I I knew about. So what happened was is? I was talking to Dylan, and he was talking Certa given me that official particulars. And he said always a big Davy Crockett guy. And I said, oh, yeah. He's got like some of original David Crockett original stuff, four letters, including the one where Davy Crockett says tomorrow, I leave for Texas. Wow. Yeah. It's the last letter he ever wrote, tell us everything we need to know about Davy Crockett. Well, you know, I'll give you the shorthand thing. He was he was a congressman and he was a wreck on tour and and comedian of his day. So. In the days before TV and everything what what around the campfire in the in the taverns. He was so funny and popular that he would attract a crowd, and you know, people would recruit them to come to the tavern. And then he parlayed that into running for office died at the Alamo age forty nine forty nine. Yes. Nineteen eighteen thirty four eighteen thirty six thirty six so born in seventeen eighty six where was so he was a rack on tour, and he was sort of used that as as a gateway to to politics, but what what what was his politics. Well, his politics was it started out. He was a Jackson, man. And when in on the whole tide of everybody was excited about Andrew Jackson. And that was the story about Andrew Jackson ahead of the huge inaugural party. Where it got an overflow crowd. And they. Started trashing the White House and Crockett's, and you know, Andrew Jackson as the story goes ask crock at to help and so- Crockett's idea was to take the huge Caig of whiskey and drag it out on the White House lawn. And so every lured everyone's yeah. Sure. And then they tried to lock the doors. I guess, but so then, but then he when Jackson had cooked up the scheme to remove all the Indians from east of miss, the Mississippi and move them west Crockett oppose that so we had some kind of moral stand, and he had initially fought in the Indian war on the side of the white guys. You know in in eighteen twelve did because the good guys. Yes. I didn't call him the good. Yeah. Did he what some of the lore with him? I don't know. If it's all provable are not. Well, he was a really he's like the biggest athlete of his day as well, as you know, Kevin Hart of his day. So he was a real mouth on him. And he would and he was a crack rifle shot, and he could shoot a, you know, a target from you know, whatever it was hundred feet away a hundred yards away. And he in one this is all not good in twenty nineteen. But was great. Then he shot a record number of bears. So he would shoot he would kill all the wildlife, and then he would move onto. He would keep moving west. It's not like cancer. This is my I wanna do a movie about this. And by the time, I was really able to make a movie at became not. So great. Killed indians. And why did he go? Did he go from Washington to the Alamo? Yes, he was. So because he opposed Jackson in this in this Indian Bill, then all his enemies in Tennessee, Adam defeated through dirty tricks very much like they do today. And so he he lost the election of eighteen thirty five and said to his constituents. Well, my the people in my district Sofit to re vote me out of office. So I told them they could go to hell and I'd go to Texas. And that was basically, you know, he wasn't afraid to say, what was on his mind. What do you figure his last letters worth? His last let it will. I don't know. I'm I I don't know. But there was there was something that they thought was going to be the last they thought it was the last letter, but it turned out to be a forgery. And that was bought by the university of Texas. I think for five hundred thousand so yeah, we'll trade your Walter paintings fire suit. So as many people can hear that story. Maybe the price will go up, but you were interested in the stuff and buying this memorabilia years ago years ago. I mean, I started collecting. About twenty five years ago. Wow. I mean, that's super interesting subject, but still, but they'll scare you don't it's obscured. And although I just knows the name from childhood song. Yeah. Well, frontier, right? And of course, we all idolized fess Parker. So I'm I'm busy writing naked gun two and a half. I think Kasparkova the line play. Dave, no, Davy Crockett. I thought played game. You'll Boone he did Daniel Boone also. All right fess. Parker was the actor who had a TV Daniel Boone the right areas and face same role. But without getting killed, and so I got a phone call fess. Parker is calling me. Oh my God. It's fess Parker. So he he was also the winemaker. He was also the winemaker. I didn't know. These are famous for wine news rack Santa Barbara Titus podcast right now type best Parker. Autocorrect ten result. Really just type infest Parker. No just enough to result. Those those been the auto complete suggest. In every night gone movie. I put a picture in the background on the wall of Marcus Davy, Crockett or David or the real Davy Crockett. And so that's why he called he wanted. So. All right fast Parker. Yeah. What comes up? Winery in short name. Wine club. He became a real estate developer in Santa Barbara. Yeah. His daughter so winemaker Tessema, they still have Parker. Wines is world famous hall. I knew him and Daniel booed. Very very high end. I don't think I don't want. I can't I don't I don't know what to be middle of the road. It's respected high expense probably invited me up to his hotel in Santa Barbara. And we had lunch and gave me a script. This is another thing. I've learned over the years when you meet your heroes. They will give you a screen, and this I actually went to. I was a huge mad magazine fan the fifties. That's where you know, we kind of kind our teeth on that. And so I happened to be walking down Madison Avenue, and this was the mad offices. So I went up there and met all these guys. And and and they gave me a script. The bio pic of Alfred. He knew what crushing correct myself fess Parker's wines range from about twenty bucks like up to like sixty. So they're good wended fest park or die and thousand ten and did he got into this after acting or his family was into making wines before he was like a Disney actor guy never known him as a wind guy. He weird after the wine later became a real estate developer and winemaker in Santa ynez lot of range. All right, same guy. Well, I confess I did not know that part of his life. Also, the guy wears a Coon skin hat weird. So this is why he moves so easily from Davy Crockett today. New Boone they both wore Coon skin hats. All right. Let me tell you about truecar every car has a story like fess Parker guys got some good Sigli. You can't put a price. On your stories, but truecar can put a price on your car. How about that? Find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell it. Or it's time to trade it in just go to truecar enter your plate number and all the details are going to pop up you answer a few quick questions. Once you're finished. You get a true cash offer sent in minutes, which you can take a local certified dealer, and you can cash it out or you can trade it in when you're ready to buy or you wanna trade in or you want to sell or you want new or you want us. It's all true cars. So find out what your car's worth walk out of there with a check or stay around and drive out of there in your new car or used car. It is truecar true cash. Offer not available in all states. All right Gina grad. Let's do a little bit of new. All right. Let's do it. Break. All those crazy. Gene, grad trouble. Kenya? The news with gene grad Kevin Spacey was in court in Massachusetts Monday and his lawyer entered a not guilty plea on his behalf for allegedly groping teenage boy Spacey is accused of fondling then sixteen year old busboy in a restaurant Nantucket in previous court documents. He said he'd planned to plead not guilty. His next court date is on March fourth. He doesn't have to be there as long as he can be reached by phone. Meanwhile. Far as part of it is like, and you also can't go hang out with the lad part of the thing. But we'll any chance of that happening or do you say that? So he doesn't offer money gets more of like a. Yeah. Like a threat thing or a bribe or blackmail how much fun. Okay. I got two questions. It's both directions. One is how much fondling can be done while you're like sitting down in a guys wearing jeans, and he's giving you Calamar you'd be surprised. And then Secondly, does it ever work. Why does it real how hood like I I mean, I'm looking at a lot of it depends on the context. I mean, if can be made a lot worse by if you funnel a guy in black face. Oh, yeah. Not that you cannot really get this climate point. But how do you? I know you get off on weird things if you're a weirdo, but how much can you get off on Graham on outside of the genes that are like dropping off at your table. Sad. Reality must be that. It must work some of the time. Otherwise, why would this be done? What does work mean mean later on in some sort of second as thinking, right? And I'm all for that. But what I'm saying? Why not have to hear? You're trying to get laid fine. You're at a table good. Looking young pieces. Sixteen year old ask comes over to drop off your tapas. Why not say to them? Hey, here's where I'm staying. You wanna come by for a nightcap whites grabbing of the junk is part of it. I don't feel like that's a bridge to get the person into my room, and like we've said about other sort of proclivities. I don't think this is something we're going to be able to suss out. I what funneling is this a butt cheeks squeeze like what are we middle? Come out on March fourth in the meanwhile, we didn't talk about this. Because it was so weird. It happened on Christmas Eve, we were gone. But did you see Kevin Spacey's YouTube video that he put up when he was kind of playing the character of Frank Underwood from house of cards. He did this on his his own Kevin Spacey YouTube channel, and it was very bizarre. He he released it, you know, it was right around Christmas. And I brought a clip of it because we. We didn't talk about it here. He is as the character pretty much a Frank Underwood going back and forth between talking about his character on the show and its controversy in real life. And it's just bizarre, of course, believed everything and it just been waiting with baited breath to him. He confessed all the just dying to have me declared that everything said is true in that. I got what I deserved win the bees. It was all so simple. Only you and I both know it's never that simple. Not in politics and non live, but you wouldn't believe the worst without evidence. Would you wouldn't rush the judgments without facts? Would you? Did you? No, not you you're smarter than that. What's it gonna show us how to do Dutchman? Yeah. You probably do a one man show of Mark Twain, Davy Crockett, David. That's a oh he may be losing it. Well, and then he kind of goes on to say, it starts to sort of bleed into his character on the show and saying you never really saw me die. I might be back. And then it goes back and forth into reality and not reality. So it and this was his big Christmas Eve. Yeah. Now is the let's see if you're fondling a guy at a restaurant. Yes. And the guy. Can you at a restaurant? Can we assume that that guy is of age because he's working at this restaurant on the you can I don't think you can serve at a restaurant. If you're under eighteen this guy to be sixteen that seems reasonable. But I'm saying if you're defending Spacey can he go where to restaurant at a bar? I didn't think the kid was sixteen. Does he get to is he excuse where you can presume the person was of age because they're working there. I was assuming I'd be eighteen to serve alcohol. Yeah. That's all right to your to your point two pronged because people are gonna go. Okay, fine. He was eighteen he was nineteen. Why did this guy? Point. I've been hitting the dick a thousand times by Jimmy Kimmel. But that's that's back finger that doesn't really count that limp. Finger kind of. Yeah. Yeah. All right. This is only thing right now. No far from it. I mean, I've heard a bunch allegations. But is he going to court other charges now, I think you're right? But but accusations I mean, they're in the what thirties or something. I guess the Anthony Rapp famous actor even had a story about him. I mean, these just came out rapid fire for a while. So I think Weinstein, by the way, according to Garriga Weinstein is going to go full OJ on us like he's going to go from all of us. Like, oh, my God is going gonna be in prison for the rest of his life to always out. Like, that's that's Garriga is take on it inside info. Well, speaking of prison, Kim, Kardashian strikes again, man, she is really she's doing some good work. Apparently DMZ reports that Kim is making a huge difference in prison reform again playing a key role in helping to get clemency for Tennessee in Mason Toya Brown that name. It might sound familiar. She's definitely been in the news. She was imprisoned for fifteen years for killing a man who was allegedly using her as a sex slave when she was sixteen. So she was a young prostitute basically being held against her. Will this guy was you know, whatever he was doing, and you know, attacking her and she killed him in self defense. She went to prison and she set to be released on parole. August seventh Kim recruited her attorney, Sean Holly to helps in toys clemency campaign. And this is not the first time she's done this. This is I think this is the third Kim went to the White House last summer to meet with Trump and taught clemency reform, and she played a major role in freeing Alice Mary Johnson and Matthew Charles. Why believe that was recent that was like in the last couple of weeks? I think both people she mentioned to Trump during their meeting. So weird life. You know, what I mean, you get rich older little bored. Princess di's. Like, I gotta clean up landmine. She's like black folk out of prison. We're past brings you probably wouldn't have thought. About seventeen. Right. No. And I don't think any of us all this for her. But this is fantastic. I think mex- paddock and check this story little bit. But this one may not be quite as cut and dried as some of the other ones. I don't I don't think it was like she. I don't think it's like her pin pad or cornered with a knife. And she pulled out a gun. I think this is a little more like showed up someone's house and killed him kind of thing. But it we'll get some get a couple of details on it. But either way. My thing with everyone who kills somebody. It's my Menendez brothers thing. Which is if you're not gonna kill me. If all you're doing is killing your parents and your pants got. I'm not I'm not your parent, and I'm probably not going to be your pimp, your sex labor, right? That on a daily speaking of the Menendez brothers. We hadn't talked about this. And I'm sorry to to spring this on Chris Kaelin? But did you see where tweeted this thousand times? Did you see that basketball card that trading card that was going around was Mark Jackson from like? Okay. That it's a picture with the Menendez brothers sitting in court side. Yeah. I don't know if this is true. But the there they're the trading card now the rumor is that when this picture would have been taken would have been in between the murdering their parents and going to prison. So this is apparently allegedly post murdering their parents. North passes in there too. Waiver program while I didn't even see that. Yeah. This is tweeted a bunch of times, I forgot about nineteen Ninety-one card or whatever. Whatever what are your the would've been and there's certain things on his uniform that signify the exact date definitely in the short pants era shirt. Right. And I'm not just talking about the Menendez brothers. All right Mack to pet it. Find out about whoever. And I'll tell you guys about simply safe looking for a home security system could be a pain. I got SimpliSafe to is in there. You get exactly what you need. And it's exactly what it should be ridiculously easy to use. No, more hidden fees. No, pricey contracts. Get yours at SimpliSafe dot com slash Adam. All right. Let's do one more max, paddle, right? All right. I think you're gonna like this a man in Rio de Janeiro messed with the wrong woman when he tried to rob her of her cell phone, you have see fighter pollyanna Viana said she was waiting for an Uber on Saturday when a man approached her from behind and threatened her saying you had a gun and to give him the phone. And that's when Viana by the way, tend to Emma may record and a one one record in the you have C fighter her instincts kicked in. She told reporters she stood up and through two punches and a kick he fell, and then she got a rear naked, choke Viana went on to say that she then sat him down in the same place. They were so they could wait for the police though, she suspected that would be did not have a real gun which did end up being like a cardboard cutout. She still wasn't sure if he was armed with another weapon or anything. So she plays the mugger in MMA hold and kept him in complete control until the police arrived. Viana would later learned that yes, it was just a fake gun. But she had no problem kicking his ass. Good. Also, there's new. I these women are getting really good. Secondly, there's no reason why hundred and thirty pound woman. Couldn't just choke Jesus out of a full-sized dude athlete versus a probably a junkie. Yes. Probably easy fights that general just about getting that arm around that artery. -sition polling it in tight reason why they couldn't do that. All right back any updates on that story. So Brown with sixteen thousand four killed killed the guy shot him in the head while he was sleeping, stole money and guns took his truck and fled the scene. So everyone argued that the killing wasn't motivated by self defense. But by by robbery, well, she if she's being. All right. So she said she was scared for a life by Allen's behavior and took money for fear for turning empty-handed to her pimp nicknamed cutthroat, he's what was well. I I'm sure she was horribly traumatized, and I'm all for pimps being shot. But the fact that the dude was sleeping hurts the case a little bit. Well, she did serve time. Okay. Out woken by the gunshot. Yes. All right. But anyway, not quite as cut and dried in this particular case, they didn't both reach for the gun. You know, it wasn't. You're right. It wasn't. They weren't wrestling from each other's arms. But it does the story from what I understand was she she was being kept and abused. Let's hear it. What we're gonna be as well. They're saying that if she was tried today, they would be were as a child sex slave in victim. Good. And she shot was the guy the pimp, or is it a judge, John John? Bad back home don't want to return to handed. So she shot him and took all stuff a little more. Listen, I defend John's tack one shoot the pimp. I'm fine that John guys just a traveling salesman. Laid it doesn't know family. John janis. Actual name was meant to be shared. All right, anyway, I liked her more when I thought she shot her pimp, but either way. Is let God's sorted out. Let's bring it on. You got it. I'm Gina grad. And that's the news. Gene, the news with Gina grad. When closes over the move bet online dot AG, everyone sports net challenge so much fun. If you wanna get involved with one you can do it online dot AG pick him where you could win twenty five thousand dollars, use the code podcast. One. Receive fifty percent worth of welcome bonus. Need your help making my picks and send them in? Because every week. I win give five you one hundred bucks. Credited bet online that AG. What do you got? Brian Dillon ran me and the results from the final week of the regular season week seventeen you and I both went four and one this week. Could we both of us? 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Tonight, the Tenney booze in book club that seven o'clock at Tenny downtown LA, great restaurant Dawson's going to be there is going to be reading chapter from left to boom, boom, boom and have some angry at cocktails there is well, so go out and say, hi, David sucker. You can shoot them at tweet at David soccer. If you like, thank you. Thank you very much. And I will see you in Irvine. We'll see. Friend and unit. Son, wanting more car movies will get them to. Thank you. Coming up next. Good sports with me and check until next time. I'm David Tucker. Gina grad and bald Ryan Saint Mahalo. Okay. All right. All right with the comedy. Right. That's the funny, man. He tells jokes. He's a funny, man. Cigarette. For today's episode of good sports with Dave damage. Doug and parole coming up with this. Let me tell you what Pete who loved hockey and always wanted to play in the NHL Pete played since he was three and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights. He even slept in his hockey skates. Pete practiced and practiced until one day when he was forty seven Pete realized he just wasn't that good. So he threw his gates in the trash, but then he heard how DIKO proud partner of NHL good save money on car insurance. So he switched and saved a bunch. So it all worked out. Broadcast warned sports network prisons. Good sports, high sports veins. Welcome to brand new episodes of good sports here podcast one Dave damage Shakir Adam Karol over there. Yes. We wanna talk about the NFL divisional round of the playoffs. If you want to beat dive on those check out the Dave machine football program, wherever you find your favorite podcasts ace, if we have time, I also want to update you on the twenty eight thousand shekel awards they were handed out. I'd love to know. Well, I do want to inform me of a couple of big ticket categories there. But we did leave off yesterday. I heard on Friday, you talk on the show about Kaelin who was your how you ask them to house it for you. And and he returned the favor by making love on your on your bed. He had sex on his lady on your on your on your very own bed. Yes. The bed in my home that I hug my children made love to made love on. Well, again, it's all so. Unnecessary. I've told everyone all the time. We got get off this made love jazz. I'm glad we moved on as a society in the seventies. And eighties. Every TV and movie was made love you can never say sex. I'm glad we've improved on that. At least they out. Sorry. We my feeling in life. I think I've been very clear about it around here, which is take whatever you want drink might beer have sex on my bed. Just don't let me find out route. You don't have to tell me, and it's a simple as throwing away a beer can or tucking away undergarment, and I will not know, but you have to at least get to that threshold, and I've gone nuts on these guys multiple times because I've left this this podcasting studio four five in the afternoon on a Wednesday and then come home on Thursday to find half drunk Tallboy beer, just sitting. Right where my microphone is. And I go you guys been drinking in what we doing last night. We had after show party whatever, and I go well, just clean up after yourself. And then I won't know. And they go we checked and I'll go all right. I don't know how you checked. But anyway, like the push back. I love. Well, Chris what I did a sweep sweep. You and the guy from night at the Apollo need a new brew. Q miss sixteen ounce or sitting next to the boss. So much acreage here. It was an endangered beach bag the studios. Sweep so my most of my concern is twofold. It's not that somebody drank beer in my studio or that someone made love on my bed, which I'm not thrilled about but that's not really where my concern lies. My concern lies is that you're not good enough or thoughtful enough or thinking of me have enough respect for me is the boss to actually clean up after yourself. I hey, do this thing all the time where they go. Oh, yeah. Believe me. We're scared. You believe me? We don't wanna hear you know. Let me ask. Let me tell you what people do when they're scared. They acted different way. Do you think during any arcade? If you look at any of the stories of. World War Two and when Poland was occupied. And the Jews were in the ghetto. They tell stories in the stories were like, well, we weren't allowed to have bread, but somebody would smuggle it in. And then somebody would pass a piece off, and we had a system everything they did every piece of food every morsel food everything they did was like, we we'd go up and Frank. This is like if an Frank with sunning herself on the porch and fucking throwing every Nazi pass by fuck you ate. All fuck you and somebody went eight or you're scared of that terrified terrified when you're fucking fucking attic, and you blow out the candle and then when the cop when the Nazis come in the beginning. I don't like this story for you though because you positioned yourself as as the NASDAQ scared. I am. It's like inglorious by you, gotta die your hair, flax. When the two hundred comes in their they everyone is silent beneath the floorboards. That's that's how it works. So this thing where like simultaneously leave undergarments on top of my bureau and leave beer cans everywhere and our simultaneously scared that where we're going to have a confrontation talked to any fucking child therapist. No. There is no fear. I knew it when I was a kid the people that were like scared of their step dad because all boy, they pulled up and their bike was in the driveway, or whatever they were going to get a woman they fucking go running like if there were sitting kitchen, and like someone's like, okay Hon, you'll be home in ten minutes. Dad stepdad's going to fucking do a shoulder roll and dive out the front window to move the huffy before. That's what scared of not, oh, you left your bike in the driveway. Did a sweep. Blocking the set. Trying to trying to watch over here. Like there were no there is no fear. So my whole thing with everyone has been insanely consistent. And I would say Gary and Bill and just so you're aware you're the concentration camp inhabitants. I would say insanely I don't like to use to wear generous or hero. So not your not my that's not your way. But I would say very fair. And then I go consume as much of my beer or snacks, or whatever it is you like, overly generous, whatever it is. You would like simply remove the empty beer cans from the studio when you're done drinking in my studio. And when it comes to the macadamia nuts or the pretzels or whatever simply fold the lid over put the chip clip on top. I'm not counting them eat as many you like just don't have me walk in and have a gaping bag of pretzels that are hanging open and getting stale in the night air. This those are the only rules, by the way. A bridge too far for many employees way too far for many let me say this as a as a infrequent visitor occasional visitor here. I would say that the the standards that you just laid out are mad about two thirds of the time seems weird. It's time. Now, the first full the pretzels over doesn't seem like well six years ago. We're at about twenty one percent, and we're moving in the right direction. This is basically like saying I have a special needs child. He's nineteen. He was reading a second grade level when he was fifteen and now he's seventh grade level, but it's still way below who what a normal person would be. Okay, baranov. So I get closer to the target with Dylan back there. I said do whatever you like, please don't have me notice immediately. When I come back into the studio or into the kitchen or into the facility, that's all undo whatever it is. You do in joy. And you're under no obligation to tell me about anything. So Kaelin was watching my house when I was in Hawaii, and he picked us up from the airport, which was nice, and he was there with his dog and. It ran through my mind, it sort of ran to Mallika. He's bringing his lady friend over what's going on there. But I had no thoughts about it. And but I was thinking as I was driving back from the airport. I thought how long is it going to take me to trip over a telltale sign that he was up to something that I didn't want him up to in this house. And I thought as a guy who's done a lot of house sitting and as a guy who's done a lot of babysitting where I've eaten everything in the pantry and then faced the labels all the right direction and put the lids back on. And that kind of stuff also is a guy who just got done leaving his two thousand dollar night Maui. Sweet. And who did a little straightening up before he left threw away some of the cops. I don't like it. Like, I go to Lynette side of the sink and there's like some tissues balled up like on the floor. And why does somebody have to pick that up? I I do not to get too pious about it. I really I'm with you about that. They agree. Gis filth and up. A hotel room someone else's gonna get it is so gross. I get that you get that. You're going to get a clear filth. You're gonna make the bad. You're going to put a fresh set of towels in there. But I don't take the town like balled up and thrown on the ground. I kind of stretch it out if there's any Kleenex or anything like that. I just throw it in the wastepaper thing. And if there's any cups with Cafo, whatever I'll just dump them in the sink. I do I like walk around and straighten the place out because I don't like the idea of these people clean up myself that that's what I'm saying. But that's me. So I thought. Well, how long when I walk into my house. How long before I find a towel? Now first thing I did was I just walked in the house, and there's just I have a kitchen the kitchen sort of the center the house, we have these two big kind of bar type island. He things that come out for the top. And the first thing was just a large pizza box. We. Completely empty and just sitting on top of the counter. Like, you're presenting it to that is that may be the most agreed part of. Happy to means. Box. Bigger sweep. It's just a large payback. It was funny. It was sitting on the corner where the island sort of meets the wall, or whatever it was just sitting and wasn't on the counter was on the top part where the bars it was like hanging over on one side and the other and it was just place there. And I was like, oh, we got some pizza and open it up, and it was empty. I was like why would you present me with an empty pizza box? Go ahead Kaelin. Okay. So I put the beats in the fridge so pizza for you. But what happened was what I was planning to do. Your trash cans. We're already being taken out after its vigorous lovemaking session. Put a little food after dropping down my pillow time to carb load. So I was planning to take the pizza box out with my other stuff when I went to the car to put it in the trash cans outside bishops, but you couldn't do it. Because you realize that you acted no close policy for all visitors to the Corolla home while he was away. You just lounged around in the new didn't you everywhere? So I'm curious what happened with your your elaborate plan about removing the pizza? I forgot about it. Oh after oh. After that fire helicopter went down in the neighboring building in the flames spread to our yard got out with just your life and your dog or you just forget about it. I do love out. Everyone gets your plan. Oh, what happened the piece box? I good answer. No, no to hear me out. I went out to the car. Okay. Yeah. Well, what are you going to do that? Caitlyn? I don't know of atom. Even once a hear this stuff color. Intrigued how many times? Yeah. We won't go into it. I just I just put a one in front of whatever number. I have. Of of of accent, such no how many rooms it was just it was just one room just Rysley just. All right, in a way, the pizza box in a way the pizza box. Even more grease literally takes up the size of. Harvey then you're sitting on top of the thing. Like, and you want to choose that want to be the mortgage just one then that's that's fine. On me. There's an argument to be made that the other item was not necessarily something. He would be concerned with. That's true. We'll get into that other item tomorrow show. We're saying he's infertile or something. I don't even know. All right. Well, we'll get into more of pro football, talk and some of this stuff and the Mars good sports until them for him, curl, damn checkout. Girl. She went Twitter it Adam Corolla show on Twitter at parole voicemail at eight seven four four. To take an e for weekly dose of inspiration of motivations click on the link, Adam Corolla dot com up the tonight at ten for debut of ten Hebrews and fuck book club. I'll be reading left at boom, and we'll have author Doug Louks, former CIA special agent to infiltrate at the Taliban and al-qaeda answering your questions after the presentation, plus the left her narrow band. Cocktail tickets and inform on live podcasts. Mangrove ants books, movies and good, Adam Corolla dot com. 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10 Trivia Questions on Cities

Trivia With Budds

12:30 min | 1 year ago

10 Trivia Questions on Cities

"It's ten trivia questions on cities. My friend John may have visited this is trivia would buds. And welcome to another episode of the trivia with buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan buds. Thanks for checking out my show on trivia, today's episode is all about cities that I friend John. How has visited now you may have remembered John's name before on the podcast because he wrote me, a big packet of questions about three or four months ago for me to answer since I never had to play live trivia nights myself. I was complaining about it one night, and he comes to a lot of my trivia nights, and he said, hey, I made this for you and I actually never went through all the rounds in this packet. So I was looking for an idea for an episode today. And I said, let's record this one on cities, John has visited name the city from the clue. So these are specific to, to his he's been, but maybe places you have been as well. Some are worldly in some are just in the US, but you'll have heard of all of these hope good weekend. It's a late Sunday night. I record this one. Just got done watching the movie tag with Jon Hamm, and Jeremy Renner, and Helms and Hannibal births and Nick. I don't know. His name from new girl, Nick from new girl. I don't think that's his real name. But really funny movie thought it was good and entertaining, and very unique, and kind of like weird at some parts like the writing was kind of weird, but definitely entertaining and fun if you're looking for something goofy to watch like on a hundred degree Sunday night. It is one hundred degrees. And if you go outside, it's like smoldering even at nighttime. So we're getting ready for this huge heat wave in California, and tomorrow, I think is going to be a nice sprinkler day, if you wanna go over to our house and run around the sprinkler, we'll be doing that, and I'll be recording third up sewed of the daddy daughter buds family podcast with my daughter, Annabel. So if you wanna see episode two that one will go up tomorrow, on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Ryan buds, Fianna, check that out, and we'll be recording. Third one tomorrow to put up next Monday, get ready for some big travel plans be headed up north to San Francisco. The we at twenty second and twenty. Third of June for cluster fest comedy, central's cluster fest. If you're gonna be up in that area. Let me know would love to meet up and shoot. The breeze and have a drink with the over some trivia questions if you want to be on the show, and I'm coming to your city. Let me know. We could set something up, though, be kinda cool to have you on location on the podcast also down in Chattanooga can California Chattanooga. Tennessee fourth of July weekend. Doing a show at a place called southside social on Sunday, July seventh. Disney marvel Star Wars trivia tickets available at the top of the banner on my website, right at the top at trivia with buds dot com. So lots of fun stuff coming up, and I will be in Chicago October nineteenth for that weekend. I don't know exactly where I'll be at yet, but I will be doing a show on the nineteenth and visiting some family and things. So that's what's going on in my world. If you wanna see all my trivia locations in southern California that you can play it seventeen different places between bingo, and trivia, go to trivial buds dot. Com and click on locations. Bunch new ones popping up the newest being brew cakes in Redlands California, from seven to nine on Tuesdays starting Tuesday, June twenty fifth so lots of cool stuff there on the website go and check it out. If you do the podcast hit subscribed to get new episodes in your device every day and leave an itunes review, if you dig this show, some more people can find out about it. That'd be very cool, you and a special thanks to John bow who wrote these questions for today's episode yellow has been making some cool buttons for me. He's got one of those button pressing machines and he can make little small one inch ones and a little bit bigger two and a quarter inch sized buttons, and he's printing. A new batch of one hundred trivia with buds logo. It's the blue background with the white and red logo. And if you want one of those, let me know she lean Email. Ryan buds, g mail dot com. You can also get one as part of the new patriotic package, the whole month of June. If you join the five dollar tier or more you get assigned shark NATO, headshot of me missing a leg from the movie, shark NATO. I'll sign it just. To you just just special for you. And I'll draw a little shark NATO on there. Like I liked to do, and I will send you a sticker and two buttons. So if you want to join in and get those special perks just for the month of June, go to patriot dot com slash trivial buds, and check it out our guys that's enough announcement. So we're gonna jump into these ten questions on cities, my friend. John has visited here we go. All right. John said in the instructions name the city from the clue. So I'll give you the clue and you're coming up with the city question. Number one, this city in Idaho may or may not have been named for a city in Russia question. Questionable one this city in Idaho may or may not have been named for a city in Russia. What do you think question? Number one. Questionable to the beefy twos. And REM came from this Greek sounding city in Georgia number two, the B fifty twos and REM came from this Greek sounding city in Georgia. Question. Number three, Mark Twain, then known as Samuel Clemens was born in this city in Missouri. That was named after a state, number three, Mark Twain, then known as Samuel Clemens was born in this city in Missouri. That was named after a state. Question number four. Davy Crockett, and John bowel were two of the casualties emission in this city question before Davy Crockett. And John bowel or two of the casualties in a mission in this city number four. Questionable five in this town. I was just standing there when a girl my Lord in a flatbed Ford was slowing down to take a look at me. I'm guessing those are Lear IX to something I don't know this reference, but maybe you do number five in this town, I was just standing there when a girl my Lord in a flatbed Ford was slowing down to take a look at me. What town is that number five. Number six this city in South Dakota has a ten day motorcycle rally every year at the beginning of August number six whereas that motorcycle rally in South Dakota number six. Question for seven buddy, Holly was born in this Texas city, which is also home to Texas Tech university number seven what is home to Texas Tech university, and buddy, Holly's birthplace. Flesh number eight this city in Maryland. Is home to the US naval academy number eight. This city in Maryland. Is home to the US naval academy. Two more questions in this quiz. For today about cities, my friend John his visited number nine. This Ohio city is home to the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Where's the rock and Roll Hall of fame? And number ten this Nebraska city hosts the college baseball World Series every year. Number ten this Nebraska city host the college baseball World Series every year. Everybody. Those are the questions for cities. John has visited let's see if you could figure out the answers to all those clues and just a second. We are back with the answers to these city related trivia, questions. Let's see how many of these, you got right out of ten I would not have done. Well, I think I would have got three out of ten number one this city in Idaho may or may not have been named for a city in Russia. The answer is Moscow Moscow, Idaho. Never been there. Number two. The beef REM came from this Greek sounding city in Georgia. The answer was Athens number to Athens. Georgia is where those two bands happened to be from. I did not know the beef twos or from Georgia, number three, Mark Twain, then known as Samuel Clemens was born in this city in Missouri. That was named after a state that would be Florida. Florida, Missouri, never heard of that, either. I am not very well traveled number four. Davy Crockett, and John Bell. Which is Quincy. The name of the guy who wrote these questions or two the casualties emission in this city. It was San Antonio, Texas. Number four, San Antonio, Texas number five in this town. I was just standing there when a girl. My Lord in a flatbed Ford was slowing down to take a look at me. Winslow era. Zona Winslow era. Zona number six. This city and South Dakota has attended motorcycle rally every year at the beginning of August. I did know that one Sturgis number six they used to do a WCW wrestling, pay per view called spring stampede was, what was it was something that was motorcycle related? And there were bunch of motorcycles there. And sometimes the wrestlers would come out on motorcycles number seven, buddy, Holly was born in this Texas city, which is also home to Texas Tech university. Lubbock Lubbock, Texas. L U CK number eight. This city in Maryland. Is home to the US naval academy. Also would have got that one because it's James Franco movie Annapolis. An apples Maryland, and my cousins McConnell's used to live pretty close to their number nine. This Ojo city is home to the rock and Roll Hall of fame Cleveland. I would have got that one to Cleveland Ohio. Cleveland rocks, according to the drew Carey theme song, and number ten this nebr-. City host the college baseball World Series, every year, Omaha, Omaha Nebraska, which is also no stranger to the band three eleven I think they are from around that area. Maybe Omaha specifically guys, those are the answers to the city's John has visited, John, thanks for those questions and for enlightening everybody with your travels, very good stuff serve, and thanks for making those buttons if you're listening, if you want one of those trivial buds buttons to put on your purse like you're my mom, and I'm a little league player. You can get one of those by just sending me a message. Ryan buds gmaiLcom. I also kind of include them, and a lot of packages that I mail people who win stuff on the show. So if you win something, you're bound to get some stickers and some of those buttons, I have some new Princess laya stickers to me dressed, as Princess Leia that I got made through sticker meal for a Star Wars event. I just did. So if you're into that kind of thing if you like like a guy that. May dressed as Princess Leia, for some reason as a sticker, I got your hookup. It's time for the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs incorporated, and sandy California for all your varsity jacket printing, and embroidery needs, go check them out, FM designs, Inc dot com. Today's question of the day, of course, is about cities because that's what the episode was about. And this is a question about a California City, California city is the almond capital of the world. If you know, the answer that question, tweet me or answer, at Ryan buds on Twitter at Ryan, buds on Instagram in DM could slide into my DM's. I think that's what people say and you can Email me Ryan buds, g Bill dot com. If you are chosen and have the correct answer from quick raffle of people who send me the answer. You will get a price to you in the mail so be on the lookout for that. If you know that answer few want to support this show, go to patriot dot com slash trivia with buds and see all the cool stuff. We have going on over there and special thanks to all my. I patriot. Subscribers for helping me do this fun treaty hosting job, fulltime and doing this show every single day. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks for telling a friend and we'll see tomorrow. For more trivia with buds. Cheers.

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Ep. 197: Eating Folks in the Arctic

MeatEater Podcast

2:26:44 hr | 11 months ago

Ep. 197: Eating Folks in the Arctic

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Go to your APP store or on x maps dot Com Slash Hunt and save twenty percent with the code meat. Meat Eater Media podcast on on and you shirtless severely vote bidding in my case underwear listening to meet our podcast. He can't predict anything. Presented by on ex- hunt creators of the most comprehensive digital mapping system for hunters download the hunt APP from the I tunes or Google. Play store nor you stand with Onyx Janos did you know that. Did you see how the bear the mall our past podcast guest Amber Kornak is dead is dead or relocated doubted. Just fresh dead was so I think I just recently also I got a thing about it being relocated. Yeah it can't wasn't able to keep yourself out of trouble so some do just outside of Libby Montana had a L. He'd killed in his garage in the bear busted into his garage to get the elk and it was like kind of like three strikes. You're out right like pretty much almost killed. Someone got a much much trouble got relocated. Got Much more trouble. It's dead. I speak an amber about this. Not You because she didn't want nothing to happen onto it gets a hold. That thing was twenty five years old. Five hundred fifty pounds. He gained a hundred pounds from when he got one from when he got caught in October. Twenty got killed in November. He gained a hundred pounds really. Yeah he went from four fifty to five fifty between October November. That's amazing that's a lot of eaten. I haven't been able to do that in my entire life. No and you know we just recently killed a five hundred and fifty five hundred fifty pound pig some glad to have that frame of reference. I think there are bare. How much beans Wade? That's right. Oh so you can imagine beans. Wasn't that intimidating. Yeah but but he also doesn't have for making them puffy yeah. He's not quite as muscular. Either I'm still wondering about amber. You're getting mauled by the grizzly bear. Oh it's terrific. Yeah you'll at least go back. We'll look it up. was that called laws. Horrific man no. It's not the bear. She's a Grizzly bear researcher but she had just started being researcher. And she was out collecting hair samples bowls. They're doing like a genetic study and she's out collecting hair samples from wire traps. Like basically you put out a sent us. Barb wire whatever around around it and the BAGELS in order to get it loses for on the barbs right and she's out checking hair traps and got mauled. Horribly came in from behind finder. It was interesting conversation. We had with her she also stumbles into it and it was just like right there and she just knew like he started coming to. She knew what was going to happen. Any bitter and back the head real bad and she grabbed her pepper spray and couldn't even see the bear at the time it was monitor and held held it over her shoulder. Quick Thinking Yeah and just point blank into its face and it dropped her and took off. What works yes? There was a who were all the time. It's like nothing so I heard someone recently. Nothing works all the time that this episode 167. You can't forget the title mauled by. There's Louis we just got right on that title. We'll have to. Who in the next week or two call amber and ask her? She's bombed the the bear malter nearly killed her is dead because she didn't want anything bad to happen to it. Because he's that's a good thing that happens with people to get mauled by Grizzlies. Lot of times people that get mall burgers. He's don't want him hurt. I would if one got me I would like to know still out there. Yeah but I got it. I got it was getting up there. In Age anyways GonNa get as pragmatic as she was. This call are pragmatic person. Wouldn't you know I feel. She sort of knows that happens to bears and it's just like unlucky that happened in the one that massive ask her but this is the time that we live in that when bears and people have conflicts the bears are going to get ousted especially a repeat the defender. I mean the fact that you can mall someone impertinent your kill them and then still get to be alive says a lot about human restraint. That's right yeah. We're we're not allowed to do that. Generally speaking no one of the Anti Maldon Mauldin real bad in any is. I don't want anything bad happen to them. They'd still give me a talking to Our special guests today historian what do you like to go by. Author Historian Historian Green an author authors. Better because I like that better to have an English masters degrees. I'm not trained as historian but I learned on the fly body Levy Levy. I was GonNa ask you that before the united screwed it up and I forgot to raise leaving the you go by author. Give people a range of some of the things you've written about. Wow so I've written about tracker hunting. Davy Crockett the conquest of the Aztecs. The first Europeans to descend the entire length of the Amazon Geronimo. Geronimo a blind adventure. Who summited Mt Everest and Kayak the Grand Canyon? WHO's currently on the peak of Amadablam in Paul? Today and then let's see labyrinth of ice is the Greely expedition so in addition to I covered adventure racing as a journalist for about seven years following these wild outdoor they're called multi-sport endurance competitions. And then I was on Brad Meltzer decoded did history channel. Show trying to not solve historical conundrums a well. We tried to solve them but mostly we didn't solve them and we got a shit for that you too. Are you ever going to DB cooper like. Did he get away or not. You know we're like no no way. Looks like he did though but anyway. So I'm a commodity Devi Cooper. Got Away absolutely almost devi. Cooper is real quick so yeah there was eighty. Five percent of people know Phil Cooper is. He jumped out of the plan kind of where I grew up so I know areas who he is. I mean yeah so fifty percent because fillon don't wait so you're from from Seattle Portland area in between there. Yeah okay so yeah. So this this guy who signed into the as DB Cooper any borden airplane lane in Portland heading to Seattle. And when he when he got on the he landed in Seattle and then he he asked for while he was flying he told them when he told the FBI that he wanted parachutes and two hundred and fifty thousand dollars and He would blow up the plane and he had what looked like a turns out to be a fake bomb so the FBI accommodated him. They gave him. They brought the money onto the airplane and brought parachutes and he let everybody off the plane except for like a flight attendant and the pilot of course and he got up to ten thousand feet heading back over over the mountains in Washington and he deployed the rear after stairwell of this airplane or he asked the stewardess flight attendant to deploy it at which point he had already put on the parachute and he freaking got. He jumped out of the airplane with all the money. No yeah man and so so the parachute before. Well no so if you if you If you research it you realize that there are a number of possible oh suspects right so historically FBI. It's it's actually unsolved ill by actually was right. Well we think it was this guy named Kenneth Christiansen who was a flight attendant himself and had done like he was a paratrooper in the military so he knew everything about how to jump out of that airplane and there's a whole bunch of reasons that we think it's him but it was really fun. Now why do you think that he lived because I thought they did the whole Saka rotten money and stuff around money in the stream the stream and they found they found money hidden at this house in Bonney Lake Washington and we went to the house during filming of this episode. And you know right behind this house there was buried like five thousand dollars and then there were other things this guy. He really right after after he right after this happened. This Guy Kevin Christians and bought a brand new house. And there's another guy who we interviewed name Bernie Geest men who who gave us the indication that it was prob. He you know he was an accomplice. But you know Bernie Eastman went. Wouldn't go so far as to like obviously admit it because I mean even the statute of limitations probably. I don't know if you could even get arrested for now. But he didn't want to be admitted he'd been an accomplice to this. The only unsolved hijacking in American history American aviation history. Pretty bad ass though so you. We never found the body remains. No no and we went to Minnesota an interview. This guy that it was Kenny Kristiansen's brother and he gave us some pretty compelling evidence that You know there was a deathbed confession that he that he told his brother that it was him. of course. It's hard to really corroborate that and I think his brother's dead now we filmed this back in Twenty twenty ten. I guess if you is dead to be a dead guy leaning their body they did find the people do. But how do the people waste track. I want to talk about but we're no around the subject. I got two things I want to ask you about four. We're talking about we're supposed talk about. Let's say I was the perspective. Let's say I was a guy that thought he was dead like I was a minute ago before we started talking about it. You know I'm not but I was but let's say you're we're an informed person who thought he was dead in one said to this informed individual. Why is this body not laying there? What would that informed individuals say to explain the absence of a body right so there are no question? Yeah like why you're saying why didn't they ever find a body. No Sola Zola million or and he's saying okay. Let's try it again. Imagine that I imagine that you're engaging with a person who believes he's dead. He died jumping out of the plane. And this person's well informed and you say to them. Does this person. Where's the dead body? Then what would the person throw out there as explanation for why. There's nobody right. Well he got got away. How about that? Oh yeah okay. He could've been eaten. By Wolves Nary back then Eh. That's what people who were semi informed would say there are other animals. That could I mean coyotes about okay so his body was scavenged fouled animals. Then that'd be the thing you could say peck down to bone but look they look they literally I mean they did find a parachute and they found money so it looks pretty much like the Guy I got away. Why does that make you think he got away because you leave the money laying out in the woods? Well he might not. Some of the money was not properly. Tethered all aw down yeah. Anyway it's it's fine because this is the reason that you know people have been trying to argue about this for like you know whatever since the seventies and I it's funny because it comes back up all the time. Yeah because people in America we just rehash every ten years Edberg Devi Cooper right. Yeah two hundred and fifty thousand doesn't seem like enough to try to pull that stunt back then though adjusted for inflation Roy. It was a million on two hundred and fifty K.. Couldn't you here in Montana. Sure down a mile city wants to move grace hunting fishing in the world. Yeah yeah maybe maybe but in just for inflation. It was probably four times at exactly so yeah you can jump off a plane for a million bucks a little venture. Yeah Yeah and we talked to a number of people who there were copycats afterwards and we talked to parachute instructors who are like. Oh Yeah you could definitely make the jump. That's a problem you know. They've jumped out. They were jumping out of airplanes complains all the time so anyway. That was only one of you know like I don't want to talk about decoded forever. But it was really fun it was fun cruising around kind of Slough thing in historical Mr Scherr. Yeah Hey how many. How many books have you written altogether? I think seven. Yeah you want you want on a hot tip. Yeah I do you know you ought to do we talk big time bestseller. Got My next book for me. Big Time Bestseller. Let's go claw Dallas. I touched it since jackals or whatever. His name was hero. Give a boy a gun right but a lot happened after that so like Claude. Dallas Dallas escaped from prison got caught like got out. He's back out now. No one knows where he is down. So right now Claude. No no real quick crash course. Claude Dallas was a Trapper self-styled l.. Mountain man but for a trapper back. Good for price era. Lot of Bob. Cats are very valuable and he was trapping. I believe around like the border of Your I. Yeah the desert I. Oh there's a name for it like the I. o N Idaho Oregon Desert. I was a teenager in Ketchum Idaho when when that's happening. Okay I believe yeah. So he was out in the desert and what he was doing his one. St The season was open in one state to seize them was closed and they had a feeling that he was trapped in the close state but camped into open state. And so he was he was having cast like all these cats like. Yeah but we catch them across the board where he announced bowls do but the two game wardens come into rate as camp and he's also got dead mule deer hanging there because he's living off dear me. Yeah he's got a dead mule deer hanging in camp cam gets into a skirmish with the game wardens different. His like he's the only guy that lives tell about it. But he says the game warns horns or harassing him and trying to get the drop on them they have a shootout. He wounds the two game wardens but then was seals his fate is he. He takes twenty two caliber pistol and goes in and kills both game or in cold. Blood shoots him in the head. Generally then Heads off into the desert is a big man hunt. He finally gets caught. Goes to jail escapes. It's a great story years. Go by. He gets caught dumpster diving. Somewhere goes back to jail gets out. He wanted his privacy and they let them loose and he just vanished into the ether. We now no one knows where your sister I thought they got him. They did the got him with Weiss. Sounds like you should write the John the first time they got him the second time then he served his time and people. I cannot believe you're GonNa let out of jail a man who killed a murderer. But here's here's the thing people like like when I was a kid like hillbillies like I hesitate to say this. But like a lot of like total hillbillies looked looked up to Claude Dallas right. He's a cult hero which is disgusting. It really is. I was even guilty of as a little kid trapper. In Predator caller magazine would do articles about clawed. Then it'd be like you know you really shouldn't kill game wardens bought you know there's something to be said for living out in the desert trap Bob Cats and it was like people acting like there was like sort of like up in the air whether or not this guy was good. I think rather let them out of jail. I think they should've snuka twenty two shell in behind his ear right and you know that's similar Thing with the Cooper where he's got cult hero status and people seem to forget the fact that he pretended that he was going to blow up an aircraft. He gets off a little bit because he he let the didn't the lead. The passengers go but he still. I mean you know it's funny. How yeah we gravitate toward characters even or figures historical figures? Even when. They're you know immoral but if the Dallas inexcusable man right but yeah we grew up like when we were little kids and that was all going on. We thought he was bad ass. Which is kind discuss team so we? I won't write that one then know about that right about. That'd be like the end of your crock book. Yeah you step back and look at the mythos of up. Crockett right like how how Davy Crockett kind of became remembered and even talk about Davy. Crockett generated like adjusted for inflation. I'm back to that subject. Davy Crockett generated more revenue in the nineteen fifties then. Gigo Right Superman Batman the bigger business. I think I forget the numbers but it's it was not. I wrote it down here because I know I wanNA get in trouble because you wrote the book a long time ago In in today's dollars three billion in one thousand nine I think it was like in nineteen fifty five and today's been three billion dollars name and their Davy Crockett Paraphernalia. FAKE coon skin caps. Mainly every kid in America wrote his bike around the fake coon skin cap and little lunch. Pails like rifles and stuff like that comes out when you go to McDonald's and the like there's like a happy meal offering and they're like in cahoots with a movie that came out like that or not a garbage. Yeah we call it these days. Yeah license licensed Crockett merge right. In fact you're talking about swinging back around. I mean it's bad call. Do you think you're going to write the book worker. Not read that book so fast. It'll make your I know you and and About it well. I don't know the market I. It's come up in my I in my research before I like I like figures that are sort of controversial. You know people still bans bad ass. Yeah if Iran in new shirt or something you know you might get you ask it depends on where you are. Yeah Okay you say about Crockett. I'm ready to talk about cracking up. Throw it out there. Well I was GONNA say how I got to KROC so I like how I because I didn't I mean I grew up in California for a short period. My Dad was from Louisiana. He moved to California to be a doctor and he was a general practitioner in Ketchum Idaho. After after we left California but I was I was in there in the sixties during the Crockett cray so I it was where you guys and catch them when Hemingway killed himself and catch them. That was like sixty three later later. Yeah I grew up with the Hemingway's Jack. Hemingway Hemingway's eldest son was my my French teacher. Actually and his daughter Mary owls classmate of mine and Private school that I went to but before we have you seen have you seen had no What's that movie is? Dwight Yoakam John Prime Not Dwight Yoakam John. prien Mariel Hemingway in John Mellencamp falling from grace. I haven't seen better gone anyway week. So we we moved. I was around the Crockett craze as a kid and I just sort of you know you couldn't escape it. I mean we lived. We lived you know. Twenty minutes from Disneyland and it was all my dad moved us to Idaho in nineteen seventy and you know I was like sort of left that part behind but much later when I started I had written written this chucker books on my learned hunting and fishing from my dad and I decided to write a book about chucker hunting and as it turned out you know it was like a pretty niche you know is there a great market for a book on Chucker hunting. No there's not a lot of people self when you ask someone like what are you into say chuckers Yelich. What's a chucker anyway? You know it was a five thousand. Ask the unlimited but anyway I wanted to. I had a lot of my first story I ever wrote. I was thirteen years old navy and it was about bird hunting ahead of chucker in it so I was oh. My Dad was a big time hunter. So and up reading this book and you're in the trat felt to you like very foundational one. Everybody knows about its jokers. And you know I'm not kidding. Getting you he's he knew a lot about shockers and he knew a lot of he he was a great he stole. He's out hunting in my nomads. In Dillon Montana hunting ducks today as telling you AH. He'll be eighty eight on Monday in each hunt. I mean every single day began but so we end up. I end up Brian. This book about Chucker hunting and so I'm thinking well I need. You know what I'm GonNa do with that so I was trying to get an agent at the time and so I sent it to this agent in New York name. Scott Waxman friend of friends. Yeah and so he. He calls me up after he read the book and he calls me and he's like there's a you know like in one thousand nine hundred thousand or something to that one. I got a flip phone. Pull over and he's like what are you doing. And I said well I was pull over got cell coverage here. I'm out. I'm out pheasant hunting. And he's like he's you know he's a New Yorker orcre with the romance of the Western idea you know. So he's like I read this great book about Chucker hunting and you're out pheasant hunting. You seem pretty into hunting. I'm like yeah you know I just pull your kind of cramping hunt right now. Frankly and I said listen. WHO's the greatest hunter in American history? I was like well. It's either B. Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett. You know and he said well. Aren't you. Go look and see if there's any been a book. Recently about either of those guys serves a somebody had written a book about Boone. I think he's Robert Morgan's name had written a book about Boone kind of recently and I look in there. Hasn't been anything on Crockett in fifty fifty years like a biography right so I called him back and I said how `Bout Crockett and he's like done right away. Better hundred I mean mean. Crockett was more talk about hunting politician. But you know Crockett created the mystique of I mean listen. We're still talking about him today. And and so but it worked out great so trucker hunting book led to a book about one of the Great Frontier Zeman in American history. I was really happy with that. Okay your new book coming out. Ah I'M GONNA leave this up to you. This is going to be like chef's choice author's choice I want. I WANNA talk. I WANNA do crash course on Crock. And here's why I I've read everything. Here is the read about boon. Yeah right down like the draper manuscript all that kind of stuff. I was Crockett ignorant. And what started me. Down needing to know about Crockett was that I would talk about was sort of a shit talker. Crockett it was in Texas. Get so mad real mad my friend Jesse Griffin. It's like he turns kind of red. If you say something bad about with anger if you say some bad about Crockett so that led me to think. He's a reasonable dude. That led me to think that I needed to go read up on Crockett. 'cause I also knew there was like a little bit of a mystery. Mystery Devi Cooper right. Well did he die at the Alma. At the Alamo. Would Crockett like go. We're down in a hail of bullets fighting or as some people now think was Crockett captured and in surrendered. Well right and those. You're Texas France. Do Not WanNa hear anything about as render pets. Those guys are getting way so I needed to know more about that led me to want to know more about crock and also the connection is connected in people's heads even the Organization the Conservation Organization. Boone and Crockett right right. which kind of bundle them together in a way that they don't they shouldn't they have no business being bundled together? I agree with that. I mean they were only i. I mean they're they're they're separated by a few decades anyway. Yeah like the height of Boone's adventures were around were around the revolutionary reward. Yeah well before I mean. Crockett died at the Alamo in eighteen. What thirty six? And you know I think but as as far I love that question you know about whether or not what actually happened at the Alamo. Because they're so much tied to you. Know Texans Texans tie so much to that going down in a blaze of glory mythology. That is it's almost. It's really interesting when you look at history. How well is that really? What happened You know a lot of the it's unfortunate but a lot of the research suggests suggests that he may well have just surrendered and been executed. And then they you know they were at that point They were the Mexicans were piling them up and making funeral pyres out of them so nobody really wants to remember Crockett. That way. You're and you know when they did the film. The Alamo as ten years ago Billy Bob Billy Bob Thornton it winds up being the only man standing is crock and it wasn't so much like he surrendered. He just got captured right until then. He's very defiant. Oh Yeah Talk Santa Ana Yeah Yeah they it kill them with the killing with bayonets. Yeah I mean I had to make sure actually was very careful that that movie came out while I was in finishing stages of the manuscript and I I made sure not to watch. I mean I didn't want Billy Bob in my head as like that. This is who even though. He's a great Crockett. But like I'm sitting there trying to you know great job. Yeah me too but I do move is not a great movie did a great job. He did a great he steals the show as he always does. But I didn't WanNa have like my Crockett that was in my brain. Be overtaken taken by Carl Children's and sling blade or something you know with a mustard. I didn't want that and so I was like I watched it after I watch it after I had finished a manuscript and then I was like okay no damn he kind of nails it but but as far as what actually happens there you know. I think it's hard not to get swept up with the mythos right because it's a better ending. You know if he it goes down firing outnumbered you know fifty to one or whatever it is made no more than that. Yeah and so all A. It's a lot of north part of the Alamo. Didn't realize the amount of being drunk and being sick to win. I mean you're yeah yeah these guys are like either. Drunk or mortally ill got dysentery and Larrea but yeah I mean. It's horrible right so I was going to ask if you wanted to talk about the really expedition. But it's give me nightmares man. It should so we're Crocker's all right then. We'll talk about the greely expedition. which is your new? This is your forthcoming book right. So Labyrinth of ice the triumphant and tragic set greely. Polar expedition is coming out on December. Third Oh and it's a really thrilled. It's it was tremendous project unbelievable unbelievable story. It has basically everything I should come out in December because to read about the being this cold old. When it's cold out is it's disturbing? It should be like a summer. Read my phone. I froze my thumb. Oh you're there's a ton of frostbite in this book. Yeah froze my thumb and now the skins coming off of it well in reading about these these students foot. He freezes raises his feet. So bad can't look and eventually footfalls off. They don't even tell him and he's still talking about how his foot tingles horrible stuff. And and then they they like tether fork to this guy's hand so that he can eat by himself feeding him. You know. Yeah we'll talk. It is but here's the thing you always hear about. Here's the Arctic. Arctic explorers and Antarctica Explorers. Like if you don't you're we always like. Oh yeah they go there and they're like of course you know but to really understand this job of explaining like step by step by step day by day by day like what exactly goes wrong and it's what goes wrong is complex very complex and it's not just like oh you went some real cold and died died. It's like governmental failures upon governmental failures in like like not understanding the climate well and not understanding like what's normal in Arctic abnormal in the Arctic and its series of unfortunate events. We'll get a job. Never have nothing to do. Well it depends that that was the double negative. Send me the Arctic. No okay get one. You didn't turn your clock on thank you to You GotTa let us know when we need to switch to still have time to talk about labyrinth of Ice Africa. Talk more about Crockett. Okay okay. I'm also because zero. You read the book a long time ago. You wrote a long time ago. So you're a little bit of a disadvantage but it's going to ask you about some things about Crockett right. We'll see how will you hold up. Okay I'm game because you now as a writer if I want to do an interview and some guy wanted to talk about something I wrote a million years ago. I'd be pissed. I know I'm I'm a little bitter but I want to work around it I I actually was primed slightly because a couple years ago I was I was a talking head on history channel show that was was well. The this one was I was on the other side of I was the person being interviewed. I was the Crockett guy on a show called the frontiers men. The men who built America. I was one of the boone guts. Yeah Okay and so I was crooked guy but you know it was one of those things where I was. I was freaked out because same what you're talking about. I mean I had written this book and the or between one and three and then it came out and no five and then here. I'm being you know your Crock Guy. So let's hear about it and I'm thinking God I should probably go read my book. Is that what I said but anyway I'm game. Yeah I'll make it up if I don't remember okay. I'll say it's the things that struck me about crock. Biography that learned about your book the fact that his old man the Pe- people in general were in the practice practice back then in the early eighteen hundreds of hiring their children out as indentured servants to settle debts. Like like you borrow money from a guy to buy some cows. The cows all drowning rivers say. Then the guy's back how about my boy lives on your place for a year exactly and routes our old stumps and shit in your field and then we'll call it even right. That's how this guy spent his childhood. I know in the one that blew me away was so his his own man is always in debt and Crockett was basically always in debt to Just the Ba- bad decisions and bad lot. Yeah you know. His man says saying you know what you're talking about. He's like Oh this guy. It's a bunch of money. So what if I send a little debbie on a like a cattle drive for four hundred miles. This going to last month's right in this little kid you know fourteen or think he was twelve the hook along you know product cattle staying in Rhode houses and like watching men drinking and horror and in Crockett's you know just sitting there as a little kid. You're right I mean he. He was gone for months at a time and We gave me some ideas about like some stuff. I should have probably done better with my son. Yeah he's not GonNa make money off that great but no you're right. I mean it was. It was such an amazing time where you would just do whatever you had to do. It was not uncommon to sort of sell out your kid for one point. He was gone for two years. Yeah does mets. The he he has gone about Tro- he likes smart. He pisses dad offense. Dad kicked his ass. Yeah well so he kept. He was playing hooky right right so he's playing. WHO said they're paying for him to go to school but he wasn't going to go to school he would go off it he would head off to school and then just not go to school? Oh Man at one one point Caught wind of this and he was like waiting for him on the on the road back to the House and his dad like whooped up on him with to Kane stick and then Crockett He. He he led out for a little while there. This is like coming into. He's coming of age. Yeah it is gone so long this where. It's almost like a fake story so here you don't all this like indentured servitude to satisfy his dad's debts. Dad Kicks his ASS. US He takes off for years goes works odd jobs like working on Mule trains and wagon things you almost got on a boat and sailed to Europe. Yeah tried to go to Europe other boss. Let them off the hook and believable. All this crazy stuff happens. But it's like out of homer's Odyssey Perot the product Sunday. A little bit we're right. Crockett goes back and he's he's been gone so long that he's able to go back and go into his family and not tell anyone who he is right and they actually get away for a minute right and is he sitting in a in a like a call. It wouldn't be a cafe but like you know. Like a roadhouse and his sister recognize him. It recognized him and then they're like. Oh my God did to David and at that point he makes he's really funny you know caucus it's very funny. But he makes some comment about how like yeah. I think it'd been gone long enough that my old man's ire was probably down by now. You know but he's still remembered the caning so you know he's he's like still looking over his shoulder a little bit and then went off cells bunch more debts and then Alerting like just kind of walk through like how this guy's life went. Ah The degree to which when he sets out like in those days we should establish like he's like a frontier character right. These are all like early whose family these transient people's absolutely explain how they're living somewhere and then getting displaced living somewhere rigging displaced right. So you know Crockett's life in many of the The frontier lifestyle. You know we look at it sort of romantically. But in many cases that was always about land I mean it still is but you know it was always about land and then trying to make a go of. That's right and a Lotta Times. Things didn't work out. You know in many cases Crockett's Family he would he would do he would start in on a project they would build a a gristmill right so they're going to grind flour and live on on the river and you know have a small plot and you know stake your claim and make a go of it the elements would just always mess with them so they would have like a you know a flood right. Takes out the gristmill right. So now Crockett's gotta go on like okay now. Weird borrowed all the money to build the right right now. He's like dad again so they would move. You know just up and go and then move onto the next thing and it just became this perpetual westward movement. In fact I mean his his entire life was a westward move. And that's one of the things that you know. I found interesting about. I like how he finally goes to the Alamo because he was ultimately just still looking for more land he was looking for a new start. Yeah it was just make life is about finding making making a new start. His old man to thing. I kind of got because I knew that. was you know several decades early with Boone where they'd always be going on the American in frontier. You'd always have people who poor and yearning to like make their way right like sort of capitalism at work and they'd always be moving to a place they kinda weren't supposed to be in Boone's air it was like because the British had said the British had Indian allies west of the Appalachians British. Said said we don't want any of our American colonists like don't go over there and what did the first thing that they do is like well. I'm going to go over there so go there live. And then I'll they'll sort it out eventually sorted it out in the end and there's always like people and it contains and Crockett's air people like sort of jumping the gun like the Louisiana purchase happens and they have like we did the purchase but weren't really clear on what we bought right and there's already they immediately start moving these places being like. Yeah it'll work out. Yeah let San Dan Lewis and Clark and see how much we actually have. Yeah we were like well dude. Already move there so get right well in case it gets complicated to buy the you know the fact that there were Indian people already living there all right so you know that's not even supposed to be there from that perspective to write and at one of the things I really found endearing about Crockett is his. You Know He. He was a complicated figure but so he was very sensitive to Even though he had spent some time under Andrew Jackson like going off hunting coming up yeah he used to put it that way. Like hunting up Indian. Yeah he's they use the term like he got sent down to Florida Hundred Creek war. He'll up kill up some engines since you know in your old Indians and so but you know even within that I think he had a lot of reverence for the fact that you know he lived off the land. They live off the land. He was you know so I had firsthand knowledge of learned from tribes the encountered. And you know He. He was the only delegate. I believe that voted against the Indian removal. Act It from Tennessee so made a huge political price right to you know he got. He got that struggle goal. He understood that because he had spent his whole life. You know in hard scrabble existence. Just trying to EEK out something and you know so. That's one of the things that I really found around. I connected with that aluminium persona in his. I want to talk about his political career a little bit but a thing about his political career like kind of his sorta his foundational thing. Like if you imagine a universal health care being like Obama's thing right Obamacare obamacare thing Crockett's thing as a congressman was to basically legitimize squatters right because he was cheap sheep squatter like Attila legitimize. All those people that headed off in the wilderness and weren't really that clear where they were who owned. What and they built a cabin right to like give them the land and that it was sort of his thing that was like his thing and he could never drive it across at off? You know what I found really interesting about that. Is that through all that process. I mean he was basically Szekely Predator representing the common man. You know he was. He was a representative of the common man and ear. Right I mean he never really he didn't he was. He failed to pass basically any any bills. He was always out hunting. You know he preferred he preferred running to politicking but he ended up being very good at politicking. Right so he he was he he was able to create this kind of Mystique and persona and I I mean I call him the first celebrity. I mean you can maybe say that Benjamin Franklin was the first celebrity. Yeah but you usually use the term. Yeah that's why I feel. It was interesting to look his political career and then look at trump's political career. Can you talk about. The Crockett. Was the first American to be famous for being famous right. I mean people title New People liked them because it just knew that he was famous right. And I mean we're talking about you know at a time. When newspapers moved very slowly early across the frontier right and information the passage of information was done? You know on horseback and through on riverboats right. And so you've got a guy who was a profound he was able to create such a frenzy and a mystique about himself. I mean plays were written about him during his lifetime. I'm he went to him. He went to a play watching a guy playing him. You know he's in the audience and he's like I you know I am nobody. There was not the term celebrity at the time but I don't believe But you know he was able to become such a commodity that people would line nine the streets when they heard he was coming. And you know like reach out to try to touch him as he went by you know and then he would be feted and he would be. Oh you know given all sorts of honorary awards and he hadn't really ever done anything. I WANNA backup a little bit to talk about. When he kind of comes of age? He's young man and he sets out very deliberately to find find a wife and it's it's a really good way of thinking about how frontier cultures worked and like frontier situations worked where people were so pragmatic. There's a quote you have in the book that I've been using all Tasmania favorite quote. No one knows what the hell it means. But it's you got assault the cow if you want to catch the cast off the counter catch the CAP. So he's like pragmatic transactional relationships that would happen within frontier communities whereas like right I have a daughter. Yeah could probably fetch me a good. I play my cards right. Fielder wrangle this daughter into a helpful son-in-law right and he's like I'm a helpful man I gotta do like to get my hands on your daughter and it's like it's like it's like you're buying cattle. Yeah a ah the term you used. Pragmatic is so appropriate. And it's true it's like what are you got. What am I give you for it? And Yeah he was really the the whole salt the cow to catch the calf was funny because Crockett understood that if the mother if he sweet talked to mom right he was flirting with the mom. Mom you know he was working mom and and then you know he had. He had to win her over. You know assault to get his bride for a real miss. You had in the book. Greater sex lives they promiscuous. That's interesting does anyone. Is there any way to know when they're courting in in in sneaking around the woods and having little chats plotting and figuring green are they having sex or not. I'm guessing they're having sex. Yeah so you think the promise Cudi on the frontier. Yeah Yeah. I'm almost certainly listening. Listen they don't lose. The Clark. There was a lot of promise on that expedition. Crockett was very careful in crafting his own image so he wrote his his own autobiography like during his lifetime knowing that it was going and he was like really funny he said I wanted to beat over two hundred pages. If it was two hundred pages it was worthwhile. Pretty random measure of good to to become in a it is like crafted this very carefully and so you know he when he talks about courtship and. He's a little coy about at that stuff. And I think there was always like like. Yeah Lewis Clark is how they phrase it they don't intimate then you. He later. Learn children hiring kids. And that's things like you could sort of this one thousand nine hundred fifties version of what frontiers people were like right. I mean they're doing it in the woods dollar. Yes ma'am no Ma'am with these. People are some greasy o double dealing island in the saint like not patriotic. Not necessarily because like the idea of the. US is still taking shape right. Yeah what country my Rienscher American. I don't know I mean they got land going is is because survival trumped all that other stuff. Yeah just just think. Yeah like drunkenness. Yeah probably yeah. There was a lot of time to ponder patriotism. When you're trying to figure out like how you're gonna a eat that night you know or if you're going to you know if you're going to be able to have shelter is tough? And he was kind of a surprise tries to is he was sort of on the fence about religion. had a hard time with it. Yeah Times trying to become more faithful. Struggled with his leg struggle with his own lack of faith. Yeah well don't don't some of US people do. Yeah I mean he's honest about that too Because at that time you know it was very important to mean. Faith was such an anchoring part of one's life on the frontier. I mean you had that you had family faith but yeah he struggled with it. You didn't really talk too much about it. As a matter of fact I mean in terms of his own he sort of ambivalent. 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Then there's there's a scene I dunno if you read that scene when there's a section that I almost can't read anymore when he recalls what happened there Because he so they they're retaliating for a massacre that had happened Crockett's in this small band of You know so called Old Indian fighters. Yeah Yeah I I wish I had it from the name of the some of that look this up forums. The four members were the creeks came in and massacred the whites Ryan and the whites. Retaliated this this total warfare. No kidding yeah and Crockett was on this small squad that came in for retaliation and they they had been told that there were much creek Indians at at this. Actually they had the Creek Indians had overtaken afford and were still there and so there were women and children and and Crockett in a bunch of men came in and he says you know we shot them like dogs and there's a really sort of horrific image it can never shake the potato thing. Yeah on so there's like a potato cellar and these They light they shoot all the Indians and then they light. These buildings on fire and Crockett describes the the the green. They ended up eating the potatoes. And he describes the grease from these humans that has basically melted from the fires drip down and sort of season. These spaces. This bud's leads each frigging brutal man. There's some all those massacres you get like now in the wars we have now with the the rules of engagement. You know we talk about how horrific war is now. Here's what I'm trying to get at when you read about the American frontier in a move dry at this point. In frontiers health northern Florida's part of the American frontier. At this time for the West people talk about Oh. Politicians nations are so crooked now or were so violent. Now Dude Oh man the crookedness and atrocities atrocities that people would commit knows times to like just go into a village of people now like not like not like it's something we'll get prosecuted for warcrimes. It'd be celebrated you'd go into village and do total warfare. Meaning kill every man man woman and child you can get your hands on and then burn every piece of evidence that they ever existed eight to budge. Eat the SPA and then go the next town right and but I will say that Crockett. He seemed to authentically feel guilt about that and shaken. You Know Oh yeah and you know. I mean who wouldn't be like in those days. Yeah I mean we would you think of it as just you could move on you know but we now know that you know what with with with soldiers coming back from war. PTSD and That you know any human who perpetrates that kind of violation on another human no matter how. Oh you're gonNA justify it in your mind being you know your job in the army It's GONNA leave a mark. There's two contemporary Westerns. The come out recently. The sisters brothers which is walking Phoenix and John C reilly which I think is a phenomenal western and then the Christian Bale L. One cost West ducey hostels duty both of those movies. It's like every like Westerns. Always do for us like every generation get thrown western. Hopefully so you like in the seventies a Western in the seventies felt like the seventies right right as like Oh Sundance kid and say oh. They're smart talkers. Detached like the party right right. That's what it Westerns. And now these contemporary Westerns they're mostly about is the fact that everybody on the frontier onto your PTSD. They're all just walking around like it's like Arby's yeah but it's revelatory. Of course they. Did you like the things that Crockett was even a hard drive in like he was hired into the military to be hunter to meet for the army but he still had exposure to things that just like things that no person sees right. Bert like piling up dead women and children in piles and torturing the piles house of them. And it's just like yeah no shit like you had been a mess or I mean maybe certain people have the ability to compartmentalize shit in ways that It's harder to do anymore. I don't know it has to be that there had violence. It's okay the way of looking at this point. I brought before filming dead people. Have you seen a a lot of three. But they've all been made up and put an album about your business dead I zero. I've seen handful Just freakishly at a Old Lady's birthday party wants indicator fell dead. I watched my dad die some car crash victims airplane crash victims. But I feel like I've run into a lot of it a lot of people you can go to thirty forty years old and not see dead people but these guys. I'm surprised they can get around with all the dead people laying relative stepping. Everybody's dead dying. In a much younger age your wife lawyer died. She was having a baby and she's dead and haul her out back and like yeah it you could say that they are inured to it in some way you know maybe the death that yeah it was it was all over the place and That's what a lot of the I think westerns. Don't sort of focus on really. It's like the you know the impact of that kind of thing. Yeah Walk Sisters Brothers. I'm I'm sorry. Yeah I'm sorry I mean I just. I'm like the last person in the world to have just finished deadwood right you know I heard the movies coming out so I was like I'd better catch up and watch the show. Sisters brothers is phenomenal. But it didn't do well when people like us. The death of the western I think westerns arrived again. Yeah let's let's keep moving along. CROCK had had bad malaria. Yeah well right. So that's why when you're funny you're talking about earlier how everybody was Just lying around either drunk or sick and partly or against it gets echo or drink trying to drink Through your sickness but you know Oh. Everybody had malaria. Not Everybody. But you know there wasn't really A remedy for malaria that time in fact that look that up when you know when did Malaria medicine we called the bilious. Fevers the bilious fever you you know and so people are just. He's out there trying to do his business. It out there trying to hunt out there trying to get food trying to build cabins and you know. They're like shaking feverishly racially and not able to hold her food. And you know he'd been down in Florida but he also in Tennessee so he's he's got. He's Got Malaria Ben at times. He's almost freezing to death right. Having a bout of malaria rightly they can still got it and he's thirty two snow right. You think of it as tropical right right. Yeah I mean it's stole my God. Let some of those stories where he's like really sick and he's out in the woods and he breaks through the ice and he gets you know completely basically. He's walking around hypothermic. And in order to hypothermic and Scott Malarial. You'll want to punch yeah and so to stay warm. I love this one sequence when he notes. Oh shimmied up this tree like multiple times and then he he he will shimmy up to the top of the tree which doesn't have a lot of branches on it. And then he slides down it to create war punch body by the friction of finding on this frigging tree. He's stuck on the woods overnight. Says that he one hundred times climbed shimmied it to warm the inside of his legs arms and belly with the friction to not die he's like becomes translated trick. Man Yeah I mean you might try it on one of your next time if you get frostbitten. His he had he has interesting things. The thing that surprised me to You talk about this. Is that his uncle. My Mom's brother is out hunting once and see something moving into grapes. Kosice of the movement thinks it's a bear. Picking Grapes shoots at his neighbor. Better grant and Crockett says how is dead. Put a a silk handkerchief. How this came up? I don't know put a silk handkerchief into one side of them and drew out the other side of everyone thought the guy would die. It's like F- losses like flaw says the whole out with a silk handkerchief. The Guy Lives and no one knows what happened to him but he got better and went away. Yeah I I love that That scene and you want to think like when someone shoot one hundred shoots person thinking it's game like not only. Did you think it was was a deer. You thought it was a buck in. You thought you were aiming at its lungs so bought low behold does a person and now they're gut shot yeah. Crockett was always great at the at the detail. I mean you know the image of that handkerchief passing through this whole guys. It's awesome he. He like he did kill help. Lot bears the the numbers of black bears pretty staggering. And it's like every time have you tried to get businesses going. But he'd always kinda resort going. He go hunting market hunting. Yes that's what he liked to do. So everything would go to share you take off and go hunting. Everything Goes Shit. Take off go hunting. We talks about. He found out what you do A. He finds a guy who crackdown one of his hunting. Expeditions finds a guy who has hired on with the landowner to dig stumps and roots to outfield. And he's like like. Why are you doing this work of growing out the field the guest is? I don't have any money. Can't buy any meat from my family. So Crockett talks dude into working for him. Packing can bear meat and salt in it and they go off that day and they kill forebears. They hunt for another week and they kill seventeen bears and as payment for the weeks bear hunting labor. Crockett sends the man home with one thousand in pounds of bear meat which the man and his family than eight for a year. At one point kraken hunting partners go on the fall kill. Fifty eight bears the bears hibernate. They come out in the spring they go back out and kill forty seven so that year he killed a hundred and five black bears. And you you point out as much as like Crockett was prone a little bullshit. You say that it was confirmed by a host of his contemporaries. The date had a hell of a year there. Yeah Banner Year hundred and five black bears. What's the most that I've ever been taken in? That state of Montana in one year has got to be a great question. Yeah well I mean I guess I mean if there was yeah he put a big dent in the so they put a big dent. Contemporary Annual Harvest Tennessee. Yeah and I always wonder wonder you know to what extent obviously Crockett was a teller of tall tales. Boondocks that up but they they'd kill hundred bears. I mean there were a lot of bears around and he talks about killing thirteen in a day. Once with but you guys yeah and large packs. Yeah Yeah. I mean very effective The Crockett also claims to kill bear with his knife. You know that that is Well he shoots it and then he has. It cornered leave real credit his version of. It's pretty believable. That he gets into crippled up and it gets into a whole and he turns into a skirmishing but he he. It's funny you were talking about the the how he was rooting out those stumps he always had these These phrases that are kind of memorable you never know what the hell is exactly talking about like He. They're aerobic outfield said. Yeah you gotTa Root Hog or die like okay. Yes you do life advice telling me you gotTa Root Hoggard is salt cow. Catch the cast on route. HOGGARD I so the guy gets crock eventually gets into politics. Right accidentally early like people Florida's name kind of joke runs with it and it brings up this weird thing where people like Crockett. Because he's a hillbilly. He's a gentleman from the Kane. Kane breaks of the like the frontier. He's like a bear hunter and he had to play that up. Right were with this constituency like because he's campaigning on the frontier and people wanted to see like this frontier sensibility. Great Hunter and you kind of more cared about like he would buy votes by jugs of Whiskey. Oh I love that. One of his great techniques was to you know he would go you know. Did they call them. Stump speeches actually actually stood on stomps. You know and and talk to whoever would listen to them and Yeah he would always let the other person go first and then he'd listen to whatever one one one time he just let the other guy go first. And then he like basically recited his whole speech back again and then and then during that time he was handing Out Plugs of tobacco chewing tobacco and whiskey. And you know saying like here volt for me he was. I'll give you this and you vote for me. It sounds like quid pro quo. But you know he was good at it he got it. He understood people and they liked him you know. He was a likable Kabul guy and he was hilarious storyteller and he you know he would build on the with elaborate and. I'm sure that he was exaggerating. Some of the time but he also understood but human nature and then they wanted to be told a story they didn't want to be told I don't know what he was going to do for them exactly. I don't think he knew what he was going to do for them. Exactly and did nothing tried as you talk a house hard to get around in the frontier back then and so when two people to opponents campaigning like their campaign for a congressional seat made sense they had to travel and room together. Gather sounds like Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump chill raveling clean together in rooming together at night in arranging campaign. Speeches to then get up in the morning have breakfast together go right. Tear each other a new one in front of an audience and then move on to the next town right and he was like you talk about the Crockett. He always liked to go second because he was memorable in funny and he just wanted to leave the more. Yeah some of that one time. He's traveled. This is guy and he. He always goes Sacchi. Listen to him and eventually he has to go first and he gets nervous so what he does. He hurt his opponent speech so many times he just gives you. Opponents speech leaves the guy with nothing to say because it's like is recited stump speech in Crock had already given right doesn't have a backup speech. Yeah they you can just go to and he talks to like thing. That crocodile is kind of funny. Is He's campaigning. He's campaigning against in traveling with a guy who's lost the leg and the guy has a wooden peg and they go out and they're staying in the guy's house brutal in. Crockett takes a wooden chair. And at night mimics I mix the sound of the wooden would mimics the sound of him walking around and goes and bangs on the the daughter. Water the farmer's daughter's bedroom door she gets upset and starts yelling and he makes him with his wooden chair back to his room to create the impression in the farmer's mind that the man who is missing a leg tried to sneak into his daughter's bedroom strip his daughter. Yeah Crockett was diabolical politics stuff. Yeah we talk about how you know. cutthroat politics are now. I mean these guys were just they were. They were terrible. Terrible terrible yeah. He had to play the bumpkin right but then like everybody who he played the Bumpkin and railed against hated the rich yet. He so badly Adler wanted to be rich. He wanted to be rich bad. Yeah I'm which is like like most people are in a situation right like when you're poor for rich people like so so you're telling me right now by Lake was like dude. Here's here's a few million bucks you'd be like I don't want it. I hate the rich orange. Take it so fast right now. Yeah but I think he he was Crockett was probably torn by that a lot. Because you know he I think what what he wanted more was to just be to have the freedom to not always be behind. You know what a lot of people was not being debt debt. Just did you know all the time and have that chasing you you know. And so he did what he could you know. And if that meant like reshaping the way his persona was he you know he was cameleon he was just good at being what people wanted to see Yeah but I think he did want I. I don't no no that he wanted like finery. You know because the happiest you know. He didn't WanNa get when you gave an opportunity to do what he really wanted to do. Advantage in the woods hunt and he's like get my gun in dogs. I'm going out. Yeah it's kind of a sad part of his political career as he gets to Washington and they turn they turn his hillbilly stuff against them like he's had some formal dinner and a waiter goes to clear his plate and he did or didn't think that the waiter is trying trying to steal his food and they had finger bills back then it was just an he got thirsty and was drinking out of the finger bowl and he's like. Don't don't Jack My meal and the guys just trying to train tickets played away. And he's like that back. I eat food right. It's really turned it against them and that he was like in the finer minor circles. It was like he was a buffoon and hurt his feelings. Man Yeah I mean you can see that if you if you you know nobody wants to be made to look like you're not appropriate or that you're not you don't have the right closer that you have good manners you know but then they were brutal to because they would just write about it in the papers and say you know the Bumpkin Buffoon Crockett. Who tried to drink out of the finger bowl you know and then it totally ruins your Your your image. Yeah and he was all about like building him it and it made you less effective right in doing the job of like trying to pass laws. We never figured out no terrible politician. I had a thing. Anatomy is in a I was in Manhattan in my wife. We went to a restaurant we were in a big fight fight about. She's Super Mad at me and I went and it was like a bathroom mirror. She'd she'd know the name of this restaurant is a bathroom where there is a big circular. I think the IT's like a fountain right in. The Fountain is communal. It's Coed Fountain but off. The Fountain is the men's room in the women's room but I was a little drunk and animated in a fight with my wife and I come down and I think that I'm in the men's room. You not own Mayor Urinating in the fountain your show so a woman comes in and there are gassed. I had I had a sweater on T. shirt and so she comes in and she's got like Oh my God was going on. Yeah and scurries into the women's room and then I'm like I'm GonNa get found out so I had sweat around and a t shirt and I took my sweater off so I looked. So she's she's like he's got a green sweater. They wouldn't have pegged but my wife's a mad at me I get back to the table and I can't be like you'll never guess what happened. No you want to tell her. And so I'm sitting here in my t. Yes you're waiting at any minute to someone. Come up strangle me for having like you know what have you done for have exposed myself and his like like normally I come out and be like you'll never happen but because we are in a fight I couldn't really bring it up and then also in also weird thing one time and we're having had finger bolt but they also had these little things you dip crabbing the butter rain the ramifications. Those are in my mind. I was drinking the butter right. My Wife's she still holds today. I was drinking the contents. The finger bowl. You're drinking the other little container. which was the butter container? Insure you shouldn't drink drinking the finger bowl so when I got into the finger bowl right. Crockett hit a personal bet. Your bumpkin too. I will note. I WANNA move onto quick Ding. We don't talk about too much but it's interesting to see how conflicted Crockett was like like Jackson. Jackson wanted to get all this money. He wanted five hundred thousand dollars because he wanted to relocate Cherokee chocks all these people want to relocate them out west everyone was in support of it on the frontier and Crocker took Michael massive political hit and thought it was immoral to move him yet he had slaves man. Yeah he actually. Here's Alex Alex gave his family. Some slaves right so you think that's a You know call it a contradiction in contradiction. Listen Man I really try not to like do the thing that everyone. When does these days which is take like contemporary notions and engage? People's you'll get anywhere with that stuff but I mean it's just surprising. Yeah it this surprising and it goes back though to his I think you know maybe some guilt about The Indians that he had bravely killed having firsthand experience with the way way that the Indians lived and he was trying to live basically off the land to and then you know you've got this guy who was also about he. He can aid Jackson Man. He you didn't like that guy and you know here so he he was kind of Jackson. Contra snubbed him during the creek war right in Karachi wasn't able to rise up through the ranks and then they he also contentious like in in the halls of Congress. They were contentious all the time. Crockett like made nicknames forum and all the old Hickory and old old hickory was yeah yeah spins on it. Yeah Yeah but so crooked I think just you know wanted to be contrary also at that point. He's like you know this is what I'm going to but but I think cynically saw the That moving people from their homes and displacing them you know the hundreds of miles away was wrong and he doubled down on it. Yeah like he knows the end though. Yeah politically like ends his political career and and in later he's like I would do the same thing today. Yeah yeah and I don't care who brought it up. Yeah he says it cast that vote. It was basically like vote your conscience. You know like the old. Ross Perot vote your conscience. He wins a congressional term. Then winds up losing a congressional term when he campaigned. Excuse me about how like like how he'd stick to his word when he was campaigning. He said if I don't win I'm going to Texas I'm done. He says Yo Y'all can go to hell and I'm going in Texas and he loses. And what does he do. He just strikes out for Texas rounds up a bunch of his buddies and he's famous rainy starts in Texas and every time he comes through. They know he's coming into hooting and Holleran and he winds up thinking it's going to be the promised land in Texas and very quickly. Why about a little place called the Alamo? He he bumbled into the Alamo. I mean the guy was not like seeking seeking battle or seeking. He was seeking. He wanted good hunting. The a bunch of land right right and so you know it was one of those really bad. It's bad timing for Crockett. I may be great. Timing for his legacy. You know Immortality but it was bad timing in terms of like being able to get it. You know forty acres connection I saw between the establishment of the Republika taxes axis. And the Alamo and everything what what brought an I and I read a lot of books about the frontier but a connection. I didn't realize until I read your book was was the settlement practices that in going to Texas and getting in trouble with the Mexicans in the Mexican army. Really really wasn't like that different than what his parents had done and where he'd always done because earlier brothers idea that like you're trying to find a free ground right and so you're always he's moving to places where it's not like you're sorting the details out later right and somebody is always almost always already there. And someone's always like yeah. You really shouldn't go over there rate and he figured out like the Brits are like we don't watch it over there and then tribes like you know we conceded like we made a deal in this is our land and you can come here and you're like oh go figure it out and then you like steak claim but you never really file it and then later guys like I did it too and you have a big fight one of you moves and it goes on and on and so it wasn't like it probably didn't feel that weird to him to be going to Texas when you're sort of aware of the idea that there is a government that saying this is my ground right like all sorted out later right and we'll figure it out when we get there and we may or may not there may not even be boundaries or may not be an a ownership is sort of questionable right. Let's just figure it out though you know. So when he ends up at the Alamo. That's the point where you have to decide like how you feel about Crockett right. I mean we started yarded there but that I think you know you either think here's a guy who bumbled into a skirmish that he had no knowledge of really you know he you just. He's in the wrong place at the wrong time. Or you believe you can convince you to die for an ideal. Many people have convinced convinced themselves that that's what happened that he went there to die for an ideal for you know American dream and it's like the American dream yet no but we like to call it the American dream right. It was laying opportunity. You have you read about allow. Those guys were kind of like America. Sure but they wanted like like Texas. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean they were also wanting to You know be separate from everybody else. They weren't like by God. We're taking the American flag. It was a little bit of that but it was. It was just kind of like what they wanted right. Like land land and land and they all died. The Animal Santana comes in. He says this is an interesting about the death is after. It doesn't take long. In general. Santa Anna of leading the Mexican army says they tried to be like well. let-let's talk at this point. There is no talking right. You will all die and by the way tomorrow morning and we're coming and there's not there is no chat right and they put up a flag says you all die and they all died right and there's some really haunting moments you know when you slow it down and you start and you think about being inside the Alamo and looking out you know through through through the the logs and slats and you see you know maybe three thousand Mexican troops well armed on horseback. And you're you know. A couple of hundred guys is in this enclosure. Go and you know you're basically it's over. I mean there's no like you said there's no more discussion they're coming and it. It happened so fast you know like it's it's over in. I mean maybe an hour. Yeah and then it's just like swarmed upon these images. I always had like of them. Throwing those ladders up and just coming wave after wave after wave You know with muskets and bayonets and just impaling them. You know it's brutal. It's brutal in Sam. Houston destroy voice. Santa Anna's army in one thousand nine minutes well was it. Was the era of retaliation right so okay watch his transition. Listen fifty years goes by and we're trying to settle fifty years goes by and our country is like hey man we should see what's going on in the Arctic. Let's head North explained the quest for farthest north well L.. So it's really interesting. People I mean at the time Let's say you know eighteen fifties and Franklin incline and. Nobody really says a little slow to punch all right. We've moved on to Laverick of ice triumphant and tragic greely polar expedition addition. which is Buddy Levi's brand book? Thank you yeah so what I found really compelling and I've been drawn to Arctic stories for a while while I mean you know ever since probably I mean great North Stories. You probably grew up reading Jack London too and yeah down there have been. I never been into the organized exploration. Yeah I'm not even a big Lewis and Clark guy the freewheeling individuals yeah well in this case what was so interesting is is that no one knew say the my book is set. This book is set in eighteen. Eighty one and at that time no one had been to North Pole. Aw No one even knew. There was a belief that the North Pole was a ring of ice circumnavigating the poll and within once you broke through this layer of ice the seas were actually tropical. That's how confused people were. That's what they thought happened. That's W- WHOA. That's what they thought that. That's what they thought was up there. I mean now listen So the British had been going up in Franklin trying to make the northwest passage much earlier but essentially you know there was so much unknown that the you know. Higher Northern Latitudes were speculated about what actually existed up there now they had been you know there was for some reason people always want to go farther higher higher right so this farthest north holy grail became something that was a big patriotic badge of honor. You were the you'd gone further north than any other human to ever been but greely in his guys go up to the Arctic Him and twenty five guys right so it's really a a strange group of people in in a way because they really had been running the signal the army signal corps and he so he was a guy who who had put up telegraph lines across the American southwest but he had a fascination with the Arctic and he'd read all about you know previous Arctic expeditions. He'd read about Franklin he'd read about Cain and Beaumont and these people these Brits who had been up north and come back and survived written diaries in accounts and journals. He had all this so he ends up. Going up to the he was was part of this thing called the international polar year and so there was this scientific element to it so they send twenty five American soldiers from the Basically from the Signal Corps they were plucked out of the American southwest. Many of them had spent hard winters in the southwest. But they never been to know none of these men had ever been to the Ark and these guys had been like a little bit involved in the punitive expeditions after the custer massacre a little bit yeah in fact brainerd. One of those guys had had been under no miles Nelson Miles Miles Nelson Nelson Miles and so they were tough hardened men who were good that living in the outdoors but they had no idea what they were getting into A couple things separate this expedition from others like it and one is that they so they were part of this. There was a three pronged reason that they went there. One was to create the farthest north weather station in the world and they were it was in concert with like fourteen other countries. This Austrian guy created this thing called the first international polar. So they're going to go up there and build a Basically a weather station along house they brought all the word for it and then they were also going to try to find what had happened to. This ship called the Janette hat which Hampton sides writes about in in the Kingdom of ice. So we'd had two years ago two years before the Jeanette had gone on missing never to be heard of right so greely is going up north to set up weather station. Try to see if there's anything going on with this this Jeanette and along the captain whom he knew and then to try to break the record farthest north. That was his secret goal. He didn't any really talk about it much but in his diaries he does and they basically like going out of New York can take a left right. I mean and you wind up between Ellesmere Island and green and yeah the top green atop of Greenland. So it's incredible. If you know the journey up there is harrowing it. You know what ends up happening happening. is they set up a longhouse. Sixty five foot long house. You know twenty five. We explain something because this is part of how everything goes bad. I think it's important to point out. Yeah they get dropped off right. And it's an unseasonably warm summer and a sail up and drop them off the hill up. And you're like hey we'll come back next summer right with the plan. Is they get dropped off with all his frigging lumber and thousands and thousands and thousands of pounds of food and they're taking up in a in a steamship called the proteas right and so then they're dropped off in. The plan is okay. We'll come we'll resupply you next summer and if we don't come back next summer we'll we'll definitely come the next summer after that we promised. But what's so weird is you're right so it's like the warmest the clearest this channel that goes up through you know it goes goes through the Lincoln. Pardon me it goes through Smith sound. The Kane Basin The Lincoln's delinquencies above Mel Bay Melville Bay. And you get up to where it narrows and dismiss dismiss sound and then it opens up into the Kennedy Channel and they're in this little spit this little in inlet called Lady Franklin Bay and rates. The plan is that they're gonNA build us. Longhouse do a bunch of science. Take you know. Hundreds of readings a day eat seals and polar bears and and musk oxen and very good musk oxen hunting up there by the way then they do pretty well. Yeah Yeah and then well. Let's see when when the weather's good because it's GonNa be dark for one hundred thirty consecutive days When the weather gets better we'll go and try to break the record of farther north or even go to the North Pole if we can pull that off? And surely they'll come and resupply us and you know that when what I love about. This story is that there's this incredible dichotomy between the you know the first two they spend Thanksgiving and Christmas right. And it's you know they got the oral. Aurora borealis analysis. Going on it's just like fireworks every night right and they're they've got tons and tons of food and parties Thanksgiving parties. Elaborate meals are doing in shooting competitions out on the ice are smoking cigars. They're just living large man they're eating lobster they brought all the shit right and and you realize like so then everything looks good. You know. They're going on expeditions farthest farthest. Nor the bag that sucker the farthest west Then he sends a couple of guys and they go way West Map. I'll ellesmere island discoveries waving the flag there like you know what we're crushing this and then the ice starts to form in the Kennedy Channel Right in there and I love the fact that they spend a great deal of time looking out at the ice because every day they send someone to climb the hill to look for the boat. Climb up there and it's like is the vote coming you know and then they said the vote doesn't come the first summer and then they're like well that's you know we gotTa Shitzu. It'll make it even better when their next. We'll be really psyched. Can write letters home honey but then starts to get kind of grim and Greeley. Of course what I love about him is. He's not idle so he's like okay. Well let's keep foreing. Let's try to even go farther. Are there north. and He sends you know he's got. These two GREENLANDIC are interesting mainly Greenlandic Eskimos right so they asked him bread. eskimo Fred Yen's Christianson. They're really cool and they'll those guys tear it up Omega. Yeah Yeah and so what they when they had gone up. They picked up really knew that they needed Dogs and GREENLANDIC drivers who could handle them and so he he negotiates aged to pay these guys named enlisted in the army and and then so they go on their. They're waiting for those kind of like heroes. Oh my God so oh I mean I you know I get sad for Eskimo Fred when I think about him. I don't want to build sort of spoiler you know well ESKIMO French Njit Hans Christian Center also are there. They're not only good dog drivers. They're good shots and they're really good in kayaks right. So you know the Greenlandic People's the the INNUENDO and the todd. These guys are from like they're called Ito wide these days. They say blue-eyed Eskimo or something like that and the old days. I'm going to say that in the days thing I mean because I mean when you think about interaction with Europeans. You know but No I haven't heard the expression actually thought Stephenson. Yeah you know. The Arctic Explores Defensive. But always trying to and we'll say that I it's an expert. Bring them next but so oh you know they've got they've got these sled dog drivers and really keeps sending out forays. That's part of the story that I really loved. Loved how they go on these expeditions. And they're they're burly man they're like going out for sixty days in you know minus average minus fifty degree temperatures carrying and they. They've got these elaborate sort of stoves that burn. You know these fuels that they're able to like in in severe winds able to strike a fire in these like funnel stoves and then you know he'd up like frozen stew meat that they've they've got brought along in burn fuel and so on and Shit and so then they go out you know and come back. Maybe two months slater right. So it'd be two guys brainard and Lockwood. These are two of the main expeditionary guys and then and then ask him a friend. Yen's you tell me Yeah. He Ends Cristianos Jhansi animals. But so you know this is why it's called the triumph the triumphant in tragic because the first part of this There's a ton of triumph to me you know in what humans are able to achieve in terms of teamwork and being out for days and days on end the things that you guys do you know like comparably gone for years pre GORTEX and they're you know in Greeley like they're actually testing out all sorts of really preferred wool and oil skin to seal skin because he got really tried to wear what the native peoples were wearing but he found it. Really Um clammy I mean. They didn't even breathe so he was using. He would use thick like boiled wool. Well oil skin kind of drove her coach on the outside right sleeping bags real quick. Oh my God it's actually to imbed buffalo-hide sleeping bags and dog hair sleep. They would make sleeping bags out of dogs and was twenty s because I know a little bit that world well they were gone so they went up. Eighty one. Yeah it was interesting because the L- asked sort of like the last big organized slaughter of Buffalo. Oh yeah was in Mile City because you're named after general miles was in miles city in the winter. Eighty one eighty two was the last big commercial ursel slaughter and it was funny. These guys are gone and they've got all this. They got all these coats and sleeping bags and stuff made out of these hides and they're gone and probably unbeknownst to them them know. Animals are like sleeping in sleeping bags. Made from an animal that is simultaneously tip toeing precariously close to extinction unbelievable and the president dies right. Oh my God. So that's what. Yeah there's a lot going on. I love that idea that they have no idea that you know while we're out here. The communication was so there's nothing they build Cairns and and Leave notes in huge rock Cairns but yeah so this lean bags were were awesome because these guys they will have three man seem bag so they. It was so cold that if you weren't like nut too but with your bro. You're probably going to freeze to death. So they have three man. Buffalo had sleeping bags and they all climb in. And just I snuggle you know at night for months on end you know and then get out of them and you know like go on track for twenty twenty miles over the is broken ground. Meaning you know. It's not flat there either. I mean it's very there's mountains around there that are up to four thousand five thousand feet four thousand feet so these guys are just like moving along incredible the kind of deprivation they could endure yet. YEA carrying bag year Buffalo Heiser have heavy and so they have a they have like these really cool sledge's we haven't established why they need to split so talk about why the need to split an end how they move so far. They haven't moved. Oh but I'm talking so well Greeley before the okay solicitous backing up for a second so first winter they have a great time party. Go back farther north. Everything's cool then summer. Were you rescue or resupply doesn't happen Greeley still keep sending out you know four as to try to go. They'll discover new you land in Greenland which he does and they're going off at this point on these sledges with two men driving the sledge driving this legend then they're carrying a whole bunch of their gear on Nisa just in the dogs are Holland. But there's a lot of time in the drag ropes too because they get stock and they're Isis breakable in a lot of piggybacking. Yeah I mean they do a helling incompetent. We're going on a long trip drag a bunch of shit unloaded drag the sledge back. Put much more shit on it. Drag it up to their unloaded. Go Back Sleep move another mile go back at the Shit and move Bruce Rural doubling back man and so after the a second so really had made a determination that if by the second summer the resupply did not come. There was a contingency plan. Dan In place that was written in Army military orders that they would retreat to this place. A couple of hundred miles south called Cape Sabine on the Ellesmere island side and though the ships that were to have re supplied them if they couldn't make it there were bound by written order to drop off supplies there so that if really and his men could arrive there and survive. So there's a lot of controversy over decision to leave the Fort Conger longhouse because they had they had another year supply of food and they had shelter and there was game but really was a deeply devoted military man and an order was an order. And you know he was gonNA leave. He sets that date. I think it's August eighth. Eighth Anthony Eighteen eighty three. And it says we're going right so they they hammer for Congress shut dump a bunch of the You know food and for the dogs leave all the ship for the dogs. Oh that's kind of sad to leave all the damn dogs and they take bake off in boats down a lead in one of the dogs swims out after the key he'll turn around he'll turn around and there's a there's a haunting line eventually. His head goes underwater. Like a seal right and Schneider. The news has been taking care of the dogs. Just like is staring at this dog dog and then he just turns away and he's he's gone but so that the the the decision to retreat. I had nothing in there now that you spend a lot of detailed time on is the blunders in mishaps that plague the resupply shifts like one of the resupply ships. Just simply get stuck in the ice and the boquets crushed Brennan and they're in sync and then knows guys. Have this like harrowing. I like riding on ice. floes and his Harrowing Journey and somehow they don't all wind up dead right on the Neptune like the first shift is supposed to come get him. What's kind of fun in the in? The writing of the story is that so I. I was able to cut back and forth between what's happening with Greeley and as they begin to retreat and just even before while they're out watching to see if the ships gonNA come. I'm I cut to what the ships are actually doing which is getting stuck in the ice on the way up and so there are all sorts of blenders where people don't do what they were supposed to leave. Don't leave the food and then you know the ship gets crushed changed and so like you say then these guys are all slight clamoring around the ice and they have to get like you know rescued by. There's a lot of whaling ships in the area at that time. And so oh you know they get rescued and one of them just turns around and bags it and goes back because he can't make it through the ice and then rowdiest ends up with. That's that's like a huge huge debacle. Where you've got two emergencies going on simultaneously greely and his men are fighting for their lives trying to get Cape Sabine and the men on the proteas are the prettiest gets crushed in the ice and sinks right before there is? Is there standing there on the ice watching it. Goad watching masks just plummet with all with all the freaking food. It's so brutal and then you know you're like okay. Well so what's GonNa Happen to them and then then these guys on the proteas are in a race for survival themselves. You know. They're in little whale boats that are or boats and they're try to try to figure out how to get out of there while Greeley's moving down through these heinous like you mentioned leads the like the pathways Of water through giant icebergs in huge ice flows. And he's on you know they've got a twenty eight foot steamship steam him launch. It's called the Lady Greeley and you know it's like a ten thousand pound vessel and then they've got like a small flotilla of or boats I and so all their crap is in these boats and they're they're like tethered together at first and they're trying to make it south through job. I have you ever been into the up in the Arctic. No not whether you're talking about I mean I was in Greenland and did some Kayak and around in and it's I mean it's terrifying all right. We're in Greenland and this. I got into the boat and the guy is going to go shoot seals and I said I noticed no life jackets. Act on the boat and I'm like we're about to go through these massive icebergs and it's out there hauntingly beautiful and they look like like dinosaur stegosaurus back and I'm like. Hey why aren't there in this greenlandic. Seal Hundred Guy. Why aren't there any Life Jackets on the boat and he goes if we fall in. We don't want it to take take that long to die. I'm like I get it. 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Once they really and his men set out in these craft move south things get really really really gnarly because first of all they're not nautical men their army men. They weren't meant to do this they weren't supposed to. It wasn't really in the plan. I mean they they. I guess they thought they could go overland potentially but that's not viable so they're moving through these leads and they're constantly having to take all their crap like as as icebergs and these things called flows there's all their flatter like big big rafts of ice. Some of them are miles long. They they spend one day looking at at a iceberg by or a flow in. It's like fifteen miles long. Nine hours to pass them crypto Paleolithic Olympic. I mean there's all sorts of you you get into the all sorts of names for the icebergs. I have a footnote on their sixty feet high. Yeah and then there's much more below an old old ICE Aycell. The border get pinched between two pieces of ice pops that bolt like a pimple shoots it out on the ice and everybody camps camps on the ice for days and a new crack forms shoved their boat back into the crack. It's so brutal. And so they're constantly like going on and off these icebergs and trying to avoid being crushed to death by them and You know one point. One of the most harrowing harrowing parts of the story is when they get a certain point right. They are on iceberg and it gets Cleaved in half by another iceberg. That's coming from the north and it hammers them and then they're they're on this Burg for like weeks weeks and they're just floating along just helplessly in the middle of this body of water being buffeted offense and hammered. And they're like they're exposing they they can sleep some some of them they have it big teepee and they also have tarps that go over the boast that their yard up onto the iceberg day. But the the exhaustion when you think about if lack of taking all this equipment and getting it up onto an iceberg. Maybe tethering the Lady Greeley to the side with these ice anchors and then hours later you're getting hammered and you have to. You're GONNA get crushed so you have to put all that that crab back in the water. And meanwhile you're looking at your food stores in Greeley was very you know he had men that were their job was to know exactly. How many promises zero? Yeah actually weighing it out with a scale right. And you're he's gone. We have you know forty days rations left and by about October fifteenth. It's going to be dark for the next four months. And they had all these like they had all these assumptions about all these points and markers where like. Oh my God. Oh they'll I'll have left ten thousand rations and then you get there and there's like forty rations all be done the next spot and they get down on the next but there's some lemon lemon. Yeah I mean. There's so many heartbreaking moments where you think okay. They're going to they're going to pull pull this off right. They by some miracle they like end up landing not that far from Cape Sabine ultimately or or they're able to get there you know and and then like you say then they go to a CAIRN and it says oh by the way all those rations that you're supposed to leave Well our ship song and we didn't leave them other like peace. What like and then? He's always very just like what's the next thing that you have to do due to keep this all together you know and so there's also what I love about story is it. They're like there's mutiny that goes on you know there's theft of food like once they once they make it to Cape being. They've got like certain amount of food and they're trying to parse this out like okay. If we can survive the winter it's GonNa L. Assis maybe till March you know and then they got there like dispatched two guys to be out hunting seals every day. You got yens and Eskimo Fred Out. In the Kayak China acute some sales bears and there's all sorts of Chore Birds In a Certain Point. I mean they received sticking Walrus but lose them. Oh my God. It's so brutal. Because a Walrus could would serve would be their salvation. You know but they shoot the Walrus and then it like slithers off of the iceberg and they will be like this blood slick and then just trying to You know that you didn't spend a lot of time on that really struck me is at one of the points on the way down. They land at a place. They DUB ESKIMO point 'cause full artifacts right and a whale carcass. Yeah pieces of equipment made from ivory in structures offers. And here's these twenty five military trained individuals with firearms and modern equipment and and they're like quote stock and dying and starving to death in a place where for three or four thousand years. You had these marine green based Mammal hunters right who were thriving and raising babies right and then we'll and so with talking any of the things great without the weather equipment in the guns and the manmade materials in yeah and they were just like like how like the dichotomy of of the skill sets right. Yes you can see that the like raising children and and right across the way like still you know entire villages Yeah I mean I think Greeley these guys were certainly not as well suited to the environment as the people had been there waiting expectations. Yeah and you know bringing your food with you versus having to to gather there were procure it yourself. And I think given that the circumstances greely and his men were managed very very well. They were quite industrious. You know They built these. Some of. That's right you know. And they they were shooting lots of birds and so you know but at at a certain point a lot of Arctic Fox Arctic Fox in the eight and the only tell the story about the bear. Because that's a great story. I want you to read the story about the bear but the You know at a certain point. They're culinary situation is down to a gelatinous gruel of shrimp and like the snipped off top of Buffalo Hyde. Sleeping bag in the soles of your boots you know seriously eating. There's some images in there that are just they haunt me. You know like crawling around your hands and knees plucking caterpillars outta pillars off the ground and just plucking in your mouth and also you know eating eating lichens and Saxony a fragile and all the plants. They're just like putting it. In their mouths it so sort of ghoulish. Do you feel that it gives too much away to talk about. I don't want to call it. Rescues a little dramatic addict to talk about not for the film version. No now for the hand for the world. It says this in the back of a book I know I was seven when people live. Yeah Yeah so well and I watch how are you comfortable talking about the weather not great. There's a great line. Mine was a great line from in the heart of the sea. I love that book Nathaniel Philbrick Resonate. Where later when people realize it? After the whale ship ship aspects tragedy tragedy there had been some cannibalism in someone's asked like hey. Did you know Fred Jones. He was on Essex and he says no I am. Yeah so really WANNA own up to cannibalism awesome. Yeah I mean so in the end Tom I I really want to talk about this. I mean this shows meter right meat's meat. Yeah I've eaten vote. Yeah I have right now. I have a cadaver. Oh have cadavers bone crammed up in my tooth. A whole lot of that comes loose. I've eaten focus and taken to bits. How is it? I don't mind that that doesn't count the same. Like your friend is Rosen over there. No but Yanni's he's drank human breast milk it. He's eaten meat because he's center. Oh Oh you did it. You did that kind of I want to say accounting either. Really what does it take like thrown on the barbecue to make it. County shows heater awe. Well yeah no you can we. We had the placenta shipped off and it was dehydrated and came back and pills. Do you feel good strong like bull. We'll just like just like I take my vitamins every day. I like to Canada anyways. Yeah so you know there's okay there's no question. Get into the exumed bodies later butchered right. So here's the thing you why don't you. You're not being the lay it out. Let the Jimmy out. People are going to not buy your book because they heard about the end. No No. It's the journey Bernie listen. Everybody knows that that there's cannabis party. Let's check this out. Hey Phil are you. Were you like Oh dude. I'm going to buy this book but then you're like oh the everybody in the end. I never know honestly as I've been listening to this conversation I've been thinking about going to Korean our producer and seeing if she he has a copy that I can read he's not going to buy he's GonNa go look for a free copy of the library. Spread the word. Yeah so what device body Levy fills GONNA go. See if he can't get himself a free one. It's so funny thing connected to that in in the research so I have first reader. He's the guy. I dedicated the book to my friend. John Larkin and so I got the sources in the original version now so I know how all my sourcing is going one of the major books about it. It's it's title is six came back in Johns reading along like chapter the three and like I wonder how this is going to work now. It's back it's like it's point man. Yeah so no. I'm not worried what's interesting about it. Old yeller was called in. They shoot his dog poor old yeller. It'd be different or Oh you don't want to do We always ask this. I can remember the. What's it called? When you put a quote in the beginning? A book the epigraph. Yes right by gram dramatic trying to find one here. It is tight. It's tight by many paths in by many means. Mankind has endeavoured to penetrate eight this kingdom of Death Free Travel Johnson. That guy by the way nonsense he. He broke Greeley's farthest this north record thirteen years later they held it for only short time. You back to the legalism eating folks and get how eventually some of them lived. Well Reginald. It doesn't matter. Yeah I mean it so these guys are in a dire situation and they begin the begin to die of starvation right and so what ends up happening one of the most macabre elements have it is so they're so many diverse guys and they have to get together and muster the strength to carry them up on this place. They dubbed Cemetery Hill. Creativity is SCR cemetery. Oh you got another option. And so they they put they started burying these guys and at first they have the strength to dig up assertive. Fifteen inch deep grey With even still there kinda covered with snow. Flake is screen. It's like hard ass frozen scree slope right and so they they they begin to. They Begin to starve. And you know there's all sorts of attempts to go get to these Herculean attempts to go get more of the English cache of food that's like somewhere out there. That's been left by another expedition years before but anyway so as they begin to die they they're like it gets harder and harder to bury them and at a certain point people. Are you know. Sort of just being left up on cemetery Terry Hill but like or frozen they throw some of them down in this thing. They called the title track so there near the shore. And you know what you don't you you don't hear about the cannibalism until the the rescue So there's this is a rather amazing Effort by the Navy to go get them. And it's all spirited by Greeley's wife Henrietta and so they they finally arrived there and these guys are into it. Well this is the third year. So they've been on they've been at Cape Sabine for like eight but there's no communication no but you know what they find. Bizarre they find like the boat that goes up one of the boats. That goes up the spoils to do the rescue. Everything goes bad but they want here near they leave some stuff and these guys find lionsgate lemons that are left in a cash in that turns out the lemons are wrapped in newspaper and they start taking these scrap. Grab a newspaper and read in the reading about themselves right. And they're reading about that. The president was shot and died that like. They're starting to get like little torn. So bizarre horned bits of what's going on one of 'em learns that in his absence he's been promoted right. The Tenant Lockwood and he so that they come back from these caches right and they. I love that scene. Where they're like? They'll hold them up by candlelight and so the lemons which are you know. They've been sent along to tale work scurvy so the lemons are wrapped in all this paper and so they're they're reading And once once Lockwood learns that he's been promoted. I love that because he then he then he You know one of his first missions is to go and by this time these guys are freaking scrawny and dying you know and so the he wants to go put the pendulum build this CAIRN. There's a spot on the coastline. That Greeley says even if we perish. I don't one our records to payroll that sad part. Yeah until the Lockwood his first Act As of First Lieutenant is to go place this CAIRN and this pendulum that they've brought along Up on this promontory. So that if the boats get there they'll see it because they're kind have tucked away in this little cove and has a lot of their records in there and they're not the negatives would you call them. Yeah he had to play at the foot of plates. Yeah he sticks and Eric if we all die there's a better better chance they'll find it down there and in the CAIRN and that pendulum end up figuring in in In the rescue. So here's here's the deal. These guys are doing everything they can. They're eating pounds and pounds of shrimp and GRUBS. And all this crap right so you got guys that are frozen and next to you down. I would have done the same thing. That's what that's my question. So like I mean would you eat. Do you think you'd eat absolute when you eat another person. Of course I before I died. Yeah yeah fill in Zile died to fill I would I would have. I would have my dying fine words. Be Phil Eat Mike Flesh. Don't feel bad right and so what's kind of mine to sort of you know. So there's this French guy octave pavee right that One of the things that sort of freaky about when they when they find so you got these guys that are flying on the ground and sometimes pretty close to the hot there in. Because they're they're too exhausted easy to carry them very far by this time. And you know they're preserved in there. They're kind of frozen. I mean they're like they're in the freezer cold storage right. So when the when the rescue comes they they're very deliberate about taking each body and labeling it and drawing diagrams I bet who was where and then once they get them on the ships because there's a military operation they begin to undress them. And they're gonNA Kinda put them in preserving deserving baths right fluid. Yeah so like Yeah they have these holds on the ship where they can put these bodies and preserve them and that's when they discovered bat. A number of the bodies have missing little meet like in some of it is surgically sliced. It looks like it was done by a surgeon. Good and so. That suggests that that maybe likely was one of the perpetrators because the cuts are precise yes And he's the only surgeon on the expedition right and so then there's others that. Are you know slightly dismembered and you know chunks gone right so what ends up happening is that they have to. You Know Greeley and the others make a pact that they they will you know Greeley and so of his men. The remaining six one Guy Allison dies on the he's the guy with the stumps in the. He's he's lost both of his legs and most of his hands from frostbite and so he lives in makes it onto the rescue ships but he dies and route so of the six they make a pact that they'll they'll never tell who ate whom Right and and you know it's one of those codes of honor. They just like Greeley says if if cannibalism occurred. I know nothing of it right. Yeah that's a cop how you know. I think he's protecting memory of his man. He's protecting the families. I would do that like if we ate filled. Just picture. Yeah we would be like. Let's not telling me when we eight Phil or would you go back and be like we feel. They're probably wouldn't tell anybody who we it's like because because you weren't around when you went around the kids don't WanNa know that he got eating. WHO's the Guy Albert Packer attacker right? The Guy who bludgeoned the main and I've been to one of the case packer supposedly hit Out In yeah in Wyoming slept in there. I'm not joking. Did it freak you out a little bit a little bit you know so. I think the question is why. Why are we we still F- What is it about? Cannibalism that still carries this Taboo stigma are you asking me Iowa wh- imposing it as a as a question. I'm asking myself because I asked myself a number of times. Like what would I do in this situation that these guys or whatever it is That thing that makes us not one eight each other. Yeah like the TAT. Like the incest taboo to cannibalism taboo. I mean these are like things that had to have occurred in Ben. Pretty forceful at a very early only time in human development right. If you viz generally see like why like how these things would come about. I mean we tend to do better not eating each other. It creates a kind of anarchy. Right yeah so but you know we're we're now to know that like okay if we're out they're together. If if one of US dies right you know it's cool like go ahead. I'm already dead. I don't need it but you know this is we have to do placed first place A little bit of our selves in time where period. We're which was not okay so I understand my picture like this. So you're in a horrible situation today and you need somebody each body. You get rescued. You come home. And you're laying in bed with your wife tonight right right in your wife is like oh I love him so glad he's home but like in the back of her head is like he a his is buddy. Yeah it's GonNa Color it's GonNa color like they might accept it and get it and all that it's going to color the way they review you forever right. I mean you're you're done you're done for this people are GonNa treat you different right. And so that's one of the things that I I was. I like I hedged a little bit. You know part of me when they're like well let's put this book. Cannibalism on the cover. And I'm like no what okay. That's a great idea for marketing. But it's is truly tragic and cannibalistic. Greely polar expedition laverick device. Yes sounds good but I mean look we all remember the Donner Party not That's what I can tell you about the Donner Party. Those guys there somewhere renovate each other all the other stuff that's sort of heroic trek about what they were how they were able to. Yeah so callers the next petitioning but I try not to You know I try to handle the cannibalism in a way. Hey that doesn't make it. I don't know I guess I usually respectfully yeah it's important to treat. Cannibalism with some respect. Only only bring it up just because it comes up now and then. It's the thing that we use on curious about so I'm not trying to over. I'm not trying to Overdo it. No I get it for the salacious. Isa's detail or the you know I mean I asked You about sex frontier it's about cannibalism rate. Both happen frequently turns out talk about it. Yeah man are we doing. We got it. We've been going for three minutes now. A how long we been going for. Yeah perfect I have a question though before we go. No you closing on the minute books. Okay go so if you are interested in learning about Like the best way to take on American history in my mind is not to go to history done nothing. She skipped history class history class. You're like okay. Boys girls is happening that having a having and here we are take a better approach is to take the chunks to take chunks and take a look at the chunks yeah and And you have a host of books but I picked the I gravitated toward these. Yeah I appreciate it and they're really telling chunks about where we're at like where we were at as a people In a very interesting century entry amazing place an amazing time. Yeah Yeah like they did Crockett right. And what it tells you about American politics and what it tells is you. Bout of American violence right and then And then I call it Crockett. The book is American legend the titles American legend the Real Life Adventures of Davy Crockett and then labyrinth device the subtitle being triumphant and tragic greely polar expedition Asian. Just kind of like sort of. It's like these like harrowing adventurous snapshots of sort of like where we were as a people. What our priorities were some of the people that we put forth? Yeah I love that and you know behind both of them I think is this idea of adventure and of of the unknown right because in the case of Crockett it wasn't really known own completely. What lay beyond the frontier? And in the case of you know Greeley and his men. They're going to places. No other human human had ever been in fact when they build Fort Conger it. They're the highest living humans on Earth. Yeah they were going farther north than then then the digits hunters went well right because they're like okay. There's no game out there you know. Why would I go there? You might reconsider right So yeah I really like that. The notion of of how history can you know. There's a narrative there so there's always just incredible stories stories and it also is is sort of a snapshot into what people were thinking the way. They've behaved what they were willing to do. On how how much they could take brutally tough toughest people I mean Yeah just the idea that you can Survive some of these. These things to me makes makes going out. You know hunting and I. I'm always thinking about it when I'm out like wow. This is hard but not that hard you know so I really appreciate talking to you about both these books and I'm excited to You know to to me. Really December third labyrinth of is comes out. Yeah you probably go in order right now right now hold your order and send you the book. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's available available now I did. This is funny My son okay. He's twenty five years old and he and his friends they are they. Are you know they're grown men and they've been arguing. Apparently Hunter my my son in Kyle and this kid Evan Hunter I named him. Hunter has risky move new hunter Backwards uh-huh hardcore hunters name hundred right but he may still be time guarantee but it's funny because they've been arguing this is in. These are relatively really intelligent men and they've been arguing about. This question of your son is relative to highly intelligent child but this is this just makes me wonder because I have my own position on it. So the the argument is whether a man and I don't know who wanted to ask the question I want to ask you. There's a if there's a growing can a grown man and whoever that man is a wolf with his bare hands and my brother Matt would tell you. Yes tell you how to do it. So that was my question is what man would this is be and how would he do it. My brother has two ways that he speculates. He would do it one. Sometimes he talks about the he would Crushes throughout the favorite way that he talks about as you get a good grip on its lower jaw. Oh Yeah and you get a good grip on its upper jaw. Aw and you just hold it and tired out. The old mandibular disaster close its mouth and he's like he would hold it hold hold it hold it hold hold until so tucker it out right and then he crushes it throat. Now I have to say there's some validity to that because I have I mean I'm McMahon right and I have grabbed I learned while ago. They've you grab a dog's lower jaw. Just pulled it with your you know it's hard can they. They're they can't bite from. I'm above now so the question is how do you get a hold of the of the wolves lower mandible can break up Dr. I think I guess dogs hate is when you put your finger in there but people say you got your dog. They're locked two dogs. That are fighting. And you're locked in a death grip if if you put your finger in there but they quit fighting you have people you have not field tested this right. No but I bet he is true of a lot of things. So you're going to say that your brother has a do you have. Do you think this over. And he gets the drinking and talk we get to talk about what would you do. He's what I would do but yeah I mean. I think it's absurd but your kid wants to know. Well he wants to know what you think about whether a guy could kill a wolf with Marian. Yeah sure like you're almost two hundred pounds. Johnny see owner pounds. So let's say a huge wolf release talk about the ones that are over. A hundred pounds is law. That aren't yeah so there's a Wolf Wolf thirty pounds and Yanni and him getting skirmish is it possible. I saw video recently where a kangaroo has a dog in a headlock right so ponder that. Yeah this dogs helpless just totally messes up. Yeah so could Yanni big strapping Apple Lampien our the wolf and win. If he came back and told me he killed the wolf. I would be like Oh. That's cool you did it with one on one. Yeah Mono we'd Mono Mono you Powell Peril Lupo if I had to deal with the pack Mata it'd be Mono Lobo right that's draws limits is a mess whether he I don't know large way that he might run run into trouble with a large pack. What young I want to go back to Crockett real quick out? Tell me can you tell me a concise way. Exactly how I know. You guys talked about him being famous for being famous. But how did the initial famous come about right because he would be like Part alligator and my momma was a bear. My Daddy Eddie was a him just talking. Yeah so he was making up stories about himself. And then you know get written up and papers and then there is this Who ended up going and this? This guy is fantastic. Like he's this guy's awesome so let's just make character about Initially like Nimrod wildfire. We'll make a character that everyone knows where crocodile hunter bears lives out Tennessee. And then that play. Hey like tours around the cities you know. It's like in Washington D. It's like Broadway and you've got this character. This flamboyant frontiers men character. WHO's like talking like like the country Bumpkin and then Everyone knows it's based on weight and wildcats and jump this specific syfy one big jump in people Crockett and be like. Oh you're the guy who can leave Kinda if I have a boat. Yeah I mean yeah so. He had He he was very shrewd about benefiting from like once the once people thought. Oh Wow this guy is. It's amazing like he's all these things. He never liked discouraged them. From believing it. Share it just snowballed at that point sort of wondering the beginning like imagine imagine okay you know how. Oh in the beginning. Yeah I mean it was a slow. It was kind of slow build right so he when he started running for Congress than he he really latched onto that persona of the excellent marksman and the hunter and the you know this guy who could win a cow in a shooting competition Asian. Right so he he just he just rolled with it and he was more interesting than a lot of his counterparts right. He actually legit stuff. Yeah I mean he was like out Out Their Limited. So let's say you thwarted a bear attack by hitting the baron to face tracking poll. Let's say down the road. I'll tell you I was just down. The road It winds up being that you've done this a handful of times and maybe even killed one with a tracking poll and collect bears that tracking poll. And I can't say they drew uh-huh right it also pretty soon. You're just like that crazy. Yanni that guy and his you. You're like God. I'll tell you story just pretty soon. You'd Kinda create like a sherm a larger than life and it was like in the end you. You did hit a bear in the tracking poll. That's pretty awesome that you did that. Don't mess like powering on his aunt Joan is that Oh yeah that'll come at you. Lining blinding clash silver right. But I think that's a that's an excellent explanation of how it works. You know it builds from the lower and you know you like you're not going to like right now. Are you going to argue the fact that you if somebody said. Yeah like The bar the Bad Mojo took down a bear. You know the Amish. Nothing has been looking at while. We've been talking comeback. This the spots where Greeley went fort conger and the map around that area man looks like a bad place talk about a good spent a couple of years. Well Yeah especially when you know when the Congress is farthest north. They made it. I know no they so from Fort conger. They made it to like eighty two degrees twenty four Ronan little spike camps. Yeah I mean that's when they they would go off in the sledge's right so they. They made expeditionary tricks out which were really dangerous because there was always the the danger of breaking through the ice part of the reason that Greenlandic dudes were so useful is that they could. They could read the ice. They would know you know how thin it was that they were they spend their lives there whereas the army guys were learning on the fly in these greenland guys would say like. Don't go don't go there. Yeah there's a point. We're looking at a chunk of ice one or they get across it and they see how walruses or Boston or heads up through man and he's like a war as NBA's head up through it. You can't go. Yeah Yeah then then then they have to retreat but yes they they went considerably farther north than Fort Conger You know I think it was thirty days out on the sledge to get to the farthest north and then thirty days back just unbelievable ladies and gentlemen go. Hunting got starving got ice crossing faulk shooting people eating laverick ever device. Thank you man. You Hope Phil. I'm excited to pay money for the book on December. Tell everyone everyone works here. I don't know how many copies this around the office bungling account for all of them and I'm not letting go near two sons bitches filled by his own right. Now feel badly in my car right now we go. Let's close the deal. It's actually I'm just putting your car. Let me see some of that little order. Show us that little order complete. Yeah sure you know you're somerset you're saying it's December. It's actually the whole renewed on an Amazon top ten pick for the month of December. ooh Very psyched about that. So when you're sitting there all cold you think you're cold check really WANNA be called the falls off and you don't know it it'll tell me about believe that you have to tell the guy they have the heart to tell him like your foot just fell. We're looking great. Does that point. You can't really be there mentally. Oh Oh foot just fell off and you didn't know it Ellison's how bad it was things now firing this say about guys they have this like masochistic kissed tendency to sit around and even right down like even write down if I could have anything to eat. Here's what it'd be and that's an interesting list because the stuff they eat is like what you neither like Pepperoni pizza right right. He's doing like these guys are like potato day fog and some of them they think of the lentil soup elaborate meal they've ever had like in your and by the way. Have you ever been like. Of course you have but like Super Freak and Hungary and you do start having these elaborate food fantasy date and you sit there and go and it's Iran is totally masochistic because we can't have any of it. They're eating freaking seal blubber. You know where my mind goes. Those were those when you go into a gas station and a glass display case. Full all that Brown food fry sometimes think about if I could just get into one one of those glass cases or if our diets different. I'm thinking about a salad. It's either like a great sal. I WanNa like boss the glass case out with Iraq doc and all that Deep Fried Britos and whatever they got there Eileen Corn Dogs. I'm all about a beef. No Corn dogs and pizza and like Freddie Mac and cheese. Oh yeah if you could fry it away to fry up some egging cheese. That's what I think about. Yanni gets thinking about that. Breast milk some launch down boy. It's been great. You have to come back. I appreciate it man. There's there's a couple of stories that I haven't even told you know you wrote six books. Only talked about two of them were these. Don't even have anything to do with books. Their other stuff I did but you know okay back. We're GONNA like once. We got a guy I wanted him on again and I just asked him. How long would need to go by before we to ask him if he wanted to come back what what? He say year because he wanted to finish a book. He's working on. Yeah well so I got you get that Dallas Man Claude. Dell's book ramped up. Yeah I actually am in the throes of trying to figure out the next move to what man I mean. Cloud's been covered though any long about well. We'll have you covered. Well no yeah. Everything's been all the low hanging fruits and blocked man. Yeah that's always the question but you know I'm trying to enjoy this one like you know as you know reading books is really kind of hard and it solitary and your worst thing in the world seating there there and then so I got a book coming out in December. And everybody's like so. What's the next one you know? I'm like yeah. Can we come with writing. Books is horrible. Levy laverick device triumphant and tragic. And if you're so inclined cannibalistic. Greely polar expedition and also we discussed at length American legend the real life adventures of Davy. Crockett I'm assuming all your books are available. Wherever books are sold you bet you and I and then to really piss off all the booksellers? I'm assuming you can get him on Amazon. I think so. Okay thank you very much. Thanks a lot uh.

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Grown Up Kids - Episode #38 - Old Yeller

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

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Grown Up Kids - Episode #38 - Old Yeller

"Welcome to grownup. Kids a Disney podcast. I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing that was all started by. Low thirty eight of grownup kids this episode is sponsored by Lexi joss. Thank you. Thank you. Lexi, you're awesome. And you're a really good artist. Yes. No, I'm Katy and I'm Megan. And today, we're being joined by two new guests one of which we knows stuff. Hello. How are you? I'm good. How are you guys? Good. And someone we just might like five minutes ago hit Lynn, how are you doing and good for you? Good aside from our knees lead voices were good. Yep. So since both of you guys are new to this podcast. We're going to get both of your Disney profiles. So tell us first Steph, and then Kaelin how did you get into Disney? That's a great question. I assume the middle child, and I have -ssume that my older sister's influence was totally like I grew up watching all of the Disney movies ever existed. So aside from the really obscure ones, but so she's like a musical theater person and things like that. So I'm pretty sure she was like mom, do you have to get this movie this movie? So I grew up watching anything under the sun. So and I ended up loving interest as much as she did. So. Yeah. I'm a Disney had. The best thing to be. So I guess I just kind of started watching it from like early childhood like aristocrats was my first movie. And then every year we drive to California from scans from Canada. And go to the Disney perks, and we started doing that. When I was forced I guess, it's just kind of always been there. Just the night. That's fine. How long drive is that, you know? Well, now that my brother, and I are older it takes like two days. We usually stop in like Vegas already. And when they were younger it was like a four day drive. So wow. -cation? Yeah. That's cool. That's like the Calgary area. Isn't it? I'm about six hours east of ovary. I live in this city called moose jaw off. That's pretty awesome. Yeah. So yeah, it's scotch one. It's dislike what very so the change in sceneries. Nice. Nice. I like your Bambi print behind you too. So who would you say is your favorite character? I have a really hard time picking a favorite of anything ever. But if I had to narrow it down to a few bell is like bows. One of my favorites. I really relate to her with her bookish nece and everything like that. And I really loved Meg from Hercules, she's kind of awesome. And then in the more modern movies, I'm sort of obsessive Maui. Yeah. Like, the rock the rock singing. I don't care if people say he can't sing love. I can't say I just I just watched a thing then it was like the rod can't saying care, China, maybe the rock can't but Maui king. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So. Well, from like, a nostalgia point of view. I'd say with hatch from one hundred dollars nations online. Have we have phone video of like when my little brother was born in my parents, like keel them, what do you think of your new brother? And I'm like, I'm not Caitlyn. I'm patched. I don't know. I'm like of sessile sleeping beauty. I was like I will. Level. I wanna be a Rura so probably sleeping giving too. That was when I was little migratory store. Go bowling alley. Not that the really has a whole lot to do with the story. But it's so some little kid left a patch plush behind and he liked brought it home in washed it, and it was like my favorite thing. So I to have a connection to patch you stole that from child. Keep her. All right. So what are your guys is favorite movies? My favorite movie is Hercules. I guess so I'm half Greek. And I guess when I was a kid that must have like really resonated with me and ever since then like they put on Netflix. And I watched about one hundred times since then then like, it's just my favorite the music is the best. I love he everything about it. I would say sleeping unity just from like the arts sampling to like, I find it. So like artistically beautiful, but also my favorite very Tilson river. Definitely that one. I love the background imagery in sleeping beauty. How it's like abstract. It's so funny who just record with. I can't remember. But they said the same thing literally said like it's you to put together that I. Llagas Bogue your pin? Love sleeping, beauty and said like things about sleepy Beavis. I'm so sorry. I cannot I'm blinking Laura. Even the Laura thank you Lord. Yes. You know, you mix things up when you do so much a week. So what is your favorite? Did you see movie? Yup. What's your favorite? I had to think really hard about this one. I think it's Epcot as an adult. I love all the food and everything about Epcot. It's awesome. Yeah. I mean, I leveled parks, but Epcot is solid. Yeah. I've only been to Disneyland in California but the twin like Disneyland California adventure. It will be just one by far people. Yeah. Oh, yeah. If they could just want to go back, so bad me too. If they could just take radiator springs and put it in Disneyland. I wouldn't even have to go kill. And I've been so bitter since they already tower of terror, I'm like, what's even points. Come to DisneyWorld, and it's still now. Now, I need to. That's like, you know, a two week drove for you said of. All right. Lastly, what are your favorite, which favorite Disney memory? The first time I went to DisneyWorld it was nine thousand nine hundred ninety seven years old and we went during Halloween 'cause my dad was on a business trip. And it just happens to be Orleans. I don't know why. So he went to Katrina magic kingdom, and that was so awesome. Like, I don't remember a lot of things for my childhood. I don't like have specific memories. But like I remember that America being terrified of the haunted mansion. It was so much fun extra creepy during Halloween too. Yeah. And I'm like I'm easily scared. So it was really fun. I'd say for me, it was probably one of the first times we went, and we were watching the fireworks. And I was like kinda scared. His no wild noises. But one of the cast members will be a sign who's like just wait in a second seeker vol. And it was the part where she like clue out round that is. And it was just like really marriageable for like when you're like seven years old. It was great now like such good like chasse numbers and stuff. They always be trip. Those those are the kiss members. You always remember those are the good ones the ones who look out for the scared kid or the nervous kid all better. Yeah. Turn something scary until like, no memory of yours in cheer shit. You know? Cool. We'll seeing tangible FIS pretty amazing. It's pretty awesome one day. I will see zero fly in Disney. I know gotten to see that yet. They will happen. All right. So today, we're going to be discussing a horribly sad here. Jerker old yeller. And that means that it's time for the thirty second Disney. She's going I do. Yeah. I just like to look to lead it. And are always terrible. So like, everybody's afterlife just be better. So I also looked to make ARGUS weight because they are you there this. So just makes longer that's rude. All right. Hold on the question. Well, the older kids name true true. Ravenous travel, which is colder. Travis too many words. It's too many bills. Stuff called Arlos whining code. So. Mark goods go so fast parter again, except he has to go off rate yet he goes off. And then Arles finds a dog and keeps it in. They call them old yeller and Travis hates him. But then Travis befriends them in this dog is everything to them. And then he catches rabies and dies. Whoa. Did I? I just wanted to get to the point like. Ready else liked to take the thirty second. Disney days for migrate now. I can go. Yeah. Got it. Go ahead on your Mark. Guess go. Windfall leaves the family farm. Thanks, UTM traffics and thirteen hundred journey through all the health of the no of dog where he learns that sometimes being out and sinking before choice in that we love. Well, I couldn't even stop it in time. Eleven seconds. It was twelve sure. This a couple times. And then I was like, no stop. Wow. That was going on price. It was like that was even more of a synopsis than the back of a DVD cover. That's what my English degree. Perfect. Stuff doing next year last. I think the next night so long indie to talk really fast. Oh god. I don't. I don't know. Okay. Okay. I got I'll go. All right, ready set. Go. Kim Coates leaves his wife and two sons go on a cow Dr Travis and Arlo fine. Vilely Olbia lab. Travis mad that wants to keep old yeller yellow proves himself. Boy, when he doesn't eat venison or Orleans have a good time, kitting rabbits and fish saves. Tribes are from so many things man comes up to the house looking for his that ran off early tantrum. And the guy who's gonna toad guy. Warren strives about hydrophobic hydrophobic wolf attacks saves the day once more, but gets fitting luckier TC's show signs of hydrophobic. I'll tell you for weeks, and that's something rabid tribe. She's yeller while fighting back, tears dot com. Meant like right after seconds. Much practice. The buzzer is gonna go over like your last word. Okay. But that was good. That was good. Thanks. You're adding something to your desk. She cheats. I'll go last. Sure ammo. I haven't done that. Sure. Sure ready that go a big Euler dog comes to live with two brothers. Travis moms and the dead. He's nother. I. Nobody realizes old yeller isn't just dog to super smart hurting ever was service bills, basically everything together, even take hunting all the other protects them from wolf which sadly contract increases Eason's, everything super saved. Twenty make team seconds. You better. Give me that second. Ooh, my nostril opened up. This can bring you. Time for the rest of the episode. All right. History. All the Eller came out in nineteen fifty seven. It was produced by Walt it stars Tommy Kirk Dorothy McGuire, fess Parker, aka Davy Crockett. And Beverly Washburn. It's about a boy industry dog in post, civil war, Texas, the film is based on the book by the same name old yeller by Fred Gibson, who also co wrote the screenplay was William time Berg in the success of the old yeller film, led to a sequel savage Sam, which is also based on a book by Fred Gibson hid, no idea. There's a sequel meaning bought savage, salmon. I had no idea what it was. But I was gonna look it says Disney need this movie. Let's buy it isn't about me. It must be happy. Only Q little he he must be savage. God need to watch. Those it sad though. I can't. Old like. I'm not gonna ruin it. Obsessed. It's what we like, really bad. But. Well, this move kinda had the same feel sort of as like homeward bound like talk. But there's still like that. He's very smart and almost human like. Yeah. So you kind of get that seem field plays the role of character. Yeah. As yesterday just hat, right? You know? Yeah. Yeah. Right fun facts, go for it girl. So the movies based in Texas as Mike said, but it was actually filmed in California, probably because that's like where they were based easy. It was widely distributed on a double Bill in twenty one area theaters. So most of the indoor theatres co featured it with a movie called ambush at Cimarron pass. And then in drive in theaters it was paired with underwater to Mason point. I don't know what I was movies are. But, hey, if you enjoyed them it went along with the old yeller cool. So this is the Disney debut of tummy Kirk and Kevin Corcoran, and they on to star in Swiss family Robinson and the shaggy dog. So those are both coming which ones Tommy Kirk or wait are both of those boys the kids, I believe, so okay. Yeah. I wanna say time Kirk is Travis. He's. You know, more the main character them or Lescot it. So because Maga's stupor adamant dog breeds as we know from early in the tramp sewed old yeller in the movie as a yellow labrador retriever. But in the book, he's actually a black mouth cur, which was very similar, but they're less bulky than the labrador. Maybe the black mouth cur could no carried Arles around on its back. Maybe. So they needed a yellow labrador retriever. So does that mean that it's a combination of a golden retriever and a yellow labrador yellow labradors retriever? I don't know. Thought it's just the ele- lab. Yeah. Okay. Been retriever there in the retriever family dogs dogma Hollick. There's more. Like a world. They're working breed dogs or something like that. Okay. So early really into like dogs. I still. When you're on the correct Assode, I know volunteered for this. The dog who played old yeller his real name is spike real original name. Yeah. I like old yeller better me to the wolf that fights old yeller is actually wolf is German shepherd made to look like a wolf and both the animals were planed trained to play fight. And we're muzzle for that sequence. Which isn't how the sand. But at least Louis ruin league playing. The muslim. Can train dogs to do stuff like that? But the muzzle. Yeah, it's just so they don't hurt each other. That's true. The sounds of old yeller growling and snarling after he becomes rabid. Can also be heard during both of tramps fight scenes in lady in the tramp. So I wonder what they had to do to like make him curl his lip up like that. Yeah. Like, I know like some dogs like that's like their smile. Give receive those videos on Facebook. Silly dog smile the chili like snarling. I'm sure that they can train him to do that go at Galen. I wanna say at something like butter on their gums or something, and they like triumph lick it. That's what I meant. Many if no I think, you're right. I think for that before too. Because it's. Yeah. Poor dog. So you don't sound like you feel bad for Potter true. Last one fact because there wasn't a lot like, I think are like all these facts. But that was really all I could find about this movie. Yeah. So the death of old yeller spoiler is often referred to as the saddest moment in all of the live action. Disney films, so many adults who grew up with it describe it as the worst moment of their childhood. So does anyone agree that it's like right up there with the death of Charlotte from show web and Bambi mom because oh Charlotte's killed me. As a child. I didn't feel when I was little, but I'm assuming that the way those people felt is how I felt about Charlotte because it was terrible. Yeah. Traumatic. Hey, I didn't even know that fan died like two years ago. I was like re- watching it. And I was like oh. Separated on other side of the metal. And they're. Well, she was like. Also said. You've never seen Charlotte's web. I've seen Charlotte's while good. I was gonna say that I like sort of feel heartless because I don't necessarily put it up there with. It was so I mean, yeah, it was sad. But I think that. I guess if you narrow it down to live action Disney films. Maybe I would agree with that. But like I feel like Pixar got me up there when the sad moments. Sure. Yeah. Like the beginning of finding nemo the beginning of. Yeah. Those are bad again. When you think that sully in boo are never going to see each other again. Psst. No, you're not see. I'm also a cat person though. I mean, like I'm done to like, my mom, you just judged me. I forgive you. My mum like I've always grown up with dogs. Like, I my parents always had a dog my entire life. So like I have connections with dogs. But like, I just personally would in my own home. Always rather have a cat. I like visiting dog because they're less work. Yeah. An old yeller well old yeller didn't seem like a lot of work though. So maybe I would have liked him. He's cool. What fits it? What was a cat. I would have been sad. Oh, little cat with rabies. Oh god. Who? That's that's layers cat. Those cats bears. They don't mess around. That's a bad ass. We do we want. All right. So characters we've got monon Papa coats. So again Li have fast Parker in another Disney movie. I like him. So I'm okay with that. I like him in this movie because he's like a warmer figure now that he's ever cold on the other ones. But like he has lessened savy Crockett a lot though hole. So why but he has more of like that Dabney warm dad feel. Yeah, he plays it. Well, because that's what he's supposed to be. He's Papa right. Oh, mama coats, really needs to brush her teeth. I literally thought that the entire time. I was watching the movie. Just say. Eighteen hundreds. On like, four seconds. And she's like she's really yellow. She played wait mom, but Yup. The teeth all we've liked focused on them when I see the movie. Especially because like she's right next to fess Parker in like he is pretty attractive. I feel like he's kinda got that like dark. Look, you know. Her with like, really, low T. I'm like just you some cross white strips mega. These people are digging water out of a bucket. You think they've crust? They hang their meat for. I don't know much else to add about them. Nah. I mean, they're they're like they're good figures. I like that she for mama coats. I like that. She is always there for Arles and Travis ending on the situation in like who needs her the most she always gravitates to the right one. Never give them. Yeah. She's definitely really mom. So Travis I really hated him for a long time in the mood. For a while. It was like why are you just like so eight St. in me, everything I'm like, why are you saying you're going to shoot old yeller? Even like even like set him up for failure like drops hanging meat a little low. Yeah. Like, go ahead. Eat it. I'll shoot you right between the eyes goes about wakes up early. Like, yes. This dog's getting it open. We just do this. Right. And then how horrible he ends up having to shoot the dog. And it's the worst moment of his life. Well, maybe should have enjoyed all those moments of old yeller instead of the jerk in the beginning of down. Up. Good. Well, don't be hating on anywhere around. He loved that dog. The thing that I spent a long time. So that movie, but like so when he's going to hunt that for like a beer for his family. He starts noticing animals around him. And I was like all suddenly he loves animals, but then he goes back. What was the point of that scene? Oh, yeah. There was a lot of looking. Looking squirrel. That is like beer this most with. I heard around and he was like going to go back and deal. I appreciate you know, he does it. For like nothing. Literally staring at squirrels for a solid minutes. And nothing happens from it. Yeah. So but in the end, he's I yeah. Next are less. This kid. Visit has a lot of energy. Hey, Arlos don't go near the rabid dog. Away runs to the rabid dog gonna break in what's wrong with you? This dog is snarling. They told you not to your mom comes out yelling at you. And you like hurry faster to get in there. Yeah. Nope. Has no impulse control. Yeah. Can't handle the baby bear come on. All. Down. Like, why are you? Why? Did stop it. And then here comes the momma bear, I will say the was really cute with old yeller like those things like you run this back. They would catch fish together. Yeah. That was cute. I gotta say I'm surprised at how easily are less ended up kind of giving up old yeller Travis. Yeah. It seemed weird to me that like I mean, I guess he's a little kid with like a, you know, not along attention span. So he's just kind of like, oh, whatever I'm just to go do my own thing. And then he's happy as a clam when he gets the puppy. So he like super doesn't care, but the one that do comes up looking like, Bryan, Cranston. He's like that's my dog. That kid throws a rocket rose. The biggest tantrum just like nuts. Arly them for like terrifying. If they were my children, Hugh like scared to even. Yeah. I'll be like outlawed or not gonna question what you're doing. Rock at my head. How many throat? Throat. All by Andrew is. But he mostly he through will willia-. Okay. Travis through rocket old yeller, and then Arles started throwing rocks back at Travis now that was those cold for that was warranted. And I'm okay with that rock throw. For our list at least. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of rock throwing good good on for Bryan Cranston, though, because he was like a whole lot got like legitimately Ryan, Craig. No, that's not him. No, all I could think about even though it is on. Like him. I know. Used me like sounded so convincing those like what miss wasn't it? Brian. On the screen. Good on him because he was like all right. Like he saw how much that these two kids. Love the stock. And it was cute to it was L trade you that horny toad for this. Yeah. Yeah. Although he ropes mama into it like future. Because really all he wanted was a meal because let's horny toad go, right? Yeah. This poor woman, though, I kinda thought he was maybe flirting for a minute me too. But that it like, but then he just left, but I was like worried for a second. I was like Oz. He. Yes. I think it's a very chaste movie like she hugs. Her husband comes home and just like this little hug link touches him. So like, that's not gonna happen. Yeah. But I thought the same thing this year big snatch. He doesn't care about her yellow teeth. Oh. All right, bud. Searcy? Oh, this is the guy who plays Mike Fink Davy Crockett, right you. Yes. He's annoying, man. Put it lightly protecting all the women and children, but has his daughter do everything and he just wants to eat food. That's it. He is annoying doesn't shut up again. He makes his daughter do everything Lisbon. Yeah. He annoyed me 'cause he kind of acted like big, man. I campus here productive. Everybody is like, no, really like, you're useless. Nobody wanted you out there helping them with women doing right? Yeah. Then he didn't do anything. He just like eighth or food and left and left his daughter for like above. Yeah. Always leaving behind. I would freak out. If I was that child. To like, this is she doesn't although harvest that corn back for you in a year. I guess. Probably with everybody kind of expects him to be like this. Gig type dude like Erlich point one for the moms just like trying to quite. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Lisbeth Searcy the poor child. Who's gonna had a crush on Travis to do bad because Travis is probably little too young to even notice those things and he's already a little Inc. St. and he's going through stuff. She just wants to show. She cares. Kinda gets shutdown. She just wanted to give him a puppy. Right. But like why would she want to give him a puppy or any has Eller said true? Yeah. Me already got a dog in harlot. But like technically wasn't old yeller Arles dog in the beginning. He stolen. Yeah. He the older kids. Get everything dog. You would know you are the older kid. It's not true, the younger kids everything. Only child. Mhm? That's my situation. Old yeller himself old yeller? Awesome dog. He's a good dog. He looked so fluffy. I really wanna pay out. Just like the becomes out of nowhere. And just as I live here now chasing a rabbit. And then like you find out he's doing all these like bad crooked things in the town. Travis tells them often sleeps out there with them and they chase raccoons which were by the way. Yeah. So many raccoons is it ever ending. I can't recommend faces or their hands when they walk. Their little butts up in Allegra monkeys. The like, I don't know. They're so cute eighty really late trek him. I love record. Gary we have raccoons hover sheds that are arm, and we were like putting new signing on it. And they didn't know they were like in the wall, and all of a sudden they like squealing instructing on the wall. My. We had a family of raccoons in my parents garage. They had babies the babies were really cute though, I had one we had one like two years ago. Our governor scans are right outside backdoor. I went outside with the trash can and like you have to reach over the the banister. But I didn't have to because it was open in Iraq who was staring at me like a little like peak it out. The crap out of and she screamed she was like. Don't expect it you. Anyway, old yeller. Honestly, like, you know, I think they said it in the movie to like never gonna find another dog lick him. He's just like one of kind mean he listens. Like, I said he's kind of human like, he's maker. But he listens. When you tell him. Today or? He did anything. He said he was super loyal like tech to them so many times awful. Yes. Clean him for help. Can we talk about when traffic was trying to catch the the hogs from the tree like first off what kind of weird stretch to that? And then he falls out and then Geller gets all cut up. And that was really sad. I think it was bud who gave him that idea to of course, it it definitely to wrangle them. Of course. It was. Yeah. Yeah. And poor yeller this rated and I felt terrible for Travis too. 'cause he's like legs almost up can't carry them back. Yeah. Hit them as best. He could. Yeah. Think ought did. Because those vultures were like after him. That was scary. And then who knew you could use a horse hair to stitch someone up. Yeah. Something new. Mommies Curry's around needle everywhere. She goes she's part surgeon. She does have mama. Coach was holding holding it down wall coats away. I do like I kinda wanna comment like just on their lifestyle. 'cause like when Muslims set. Eighteen hundred hundred mid eighteen hundreds of longtime ago, it's just really cool to like trying to put myself in that situation. Like this is legitimately. How people would live like you had you had a little drinking ponder like somewhere. You got drinking water? There wasn't running water. Right. Like you had to shoot your own food and hanging. There wasn't refrigeration. Just makes you really appreciate the fact that we do have those things. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. All right. We wanna go to favorite character and seen. Sure. Okay. Favorite character? I'm actually going to go with Arles because I thought he is hilarious. He's just like the little kid that never stops. He's like the little engine that could like he there's nothing in his way, he's gonna duty. Once he's got so much energy bouncing off the walls like literally, but he just loved old yeller. It was just like that really cute. Little kid pet relationship that I remember having with my parents dog Rover like Hugh, everything with me, he knew that whenever my mom gave me Cheerios. I dropped him on the floor. And he just follow me. Get around the house. So I just I don't know. I thought he was funny, and then the favorite my favorite scene is probably. I think it's whenever. I don't know. One scene. Well, I'm like going back and forth between a ton and just like. Because because like, it's sad. But I like how the scene was filmed. Whatever yeller is fighting the wolf, it looks really cool. It's sad seem obviously because well, I mean, I guess it's not be satisfied. Because like we don't at that point. No what's going to happen. Too old Gallard, but. I just like how it's filmed in the night. Also, like whenever I like whenever Lisbeth goes to give the puppies Travis, and he is just like doesn't care stock out and just like gives it to artists and he's like, oh, how cool. In the mom is like all right. I guess have like she doesn't care about another puppy. Like, my mom would scream to me gift that doggone here. I have another go. Redoing disney. Oh, sure. Yeah. That's fine. Okay. I see that their characters for our list nowhere because I'm like such a dog person. But yeah, I feel like I probably relate to our listen. I was like, whoa. Oh, yeah. But my favorite scene would be are the cowboy comes. He ends up. Trading dog for knee to older ninety seem like put it packing on and off people are just so nice. Rushing. I guess 'cause there's like not many seems about movie where it's like genuinely. What's your woods? Good. So my air character is old yeller because honestly, I hated Arles. So there's not really anyone else to choose from. And also, it will be with awesome. And I love dogs, and my favorite scene was what Geller and our lists are fishing, and they're like diving around in the water, and like his mom's Yellen, Adam and then yeller catches the fish ours is like they caught a fish and kept taking credit for all the things that. That was really that. He's was e o q he called the holy wasn't gallery. Yep. Totally wasn't yeller under like fair. Yeah. Yeah. Introverts gets mad Tolstoy. Yes. Hey, I feel like all this child though, that was like probably my reactions like my brother, I was like it's not how it happened. Got to be that older person. You know? My favorite character is old yeller of always been attracted to whatever the animal is a movie always rooted for that character. And I mean, he's just really cool. You know, he's a doggone good character. Oh, you're funny. My favorite scene raccoon seen. I mean. They're trying to steal that corn. And they're like. Nope. Chase them out. Super cute. All right. I don't know if we wanna just collectively answer. Lisa favorite. As when old yeller dies. Yeah. I think what made it so bad to is like the head that run in with the hogs, and they were fun. No. Yeah. And then here comes this wolf who has it and old yeller just doing what he does protecting them. Like, you did from the Baird from raccoons and everything else and the hogs and yet now, you know, and he goes what almost the fool like on like a month. Yeah. And he smiled, and it's like the like they're gonna let them out tomorrow Abbas goes defeat him. He's got it. It's really so artwork. Like, I could shoot on. Terry. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Let kidde at to do a lot of growing up. Sorry. Go ahead. And also hit the ball voters feel like a really stupid reason that I'd like. Ovik towards bird, and I can't watch it. I'm like look like for peace. I mean as far as Virgo birds go there, pretty ugly, and I don't like her. Center failed any type of bird hurdles except a cardinal. That's right. Yeah. Okay. So what we took away from it. Love your pet. Like, they're your family because they are. It'll be a jerk to animal. Like. Yeah. Yeah. Anybody has anything different to say than that? But I'll say to cherish every moment. That's good. I said that growing up sucks, but you have to do it. Anyway. Yeah. But then you can just be a grownup kid. Yeah. Basically the same. I have like growing up in morning how to sacrifices like ordered. Yeah. Yeah. It is. You know, it's. It's something. That moment that we like new we had to grow up for something. I swear I've had like twenty moments. Like, oh, I grew today. But you know, we we all have something we can think of like. Yeah. That was a little different from the norm. Yeah. This kid took it to an extreme. Yeah. Really? Do we have any funnel thoughts on only Eller before? Move onto our Disney memory. I hope to never watched this movie. Honestly, I never thought I would. Sad. But I liked the movie I didn't fall asleep. And. I would recommend watching it once. But then you never have to move again after. Yeah. Yeah. Book it was part of school think fifth or sixth grade. And I remember loving the book. I haven't read it in a long time. I would like to read it again since watching this movie, but we have never watched the movie after we run it. I don't think that we ever had to read it. I think that we read when the Redfern grow a set of yeller, I think it was like they alternated those two books every other year, something we did all they want traumatizing. Yeah. So. Dog. Really hits you or hurts. We watched that movie. Yeah. We. My school. Most of apparently. We didn't read any books about dogs, and mice Foale is like little house on the fairing. Just so weird 'cause wearing in Canada. So. I read that one to put that's like the really thick one, right? Yeah. And I put him until I last minute. I was late for like, you know, seven year older over old. I was your old. Dumb. I don't know. I still do it. I've never learned. All right. Disney memory this week comes from Kelsey, Elizabeth. I'm gonna say. This one's a little bit of a tear Jerker. But it's a very good memory quit reading it. I'm about to read it ruin it. All right. So Kelsey says my Disney memory is a more recent one. I grew up a Disney kid, but had only been to Disney once as an adult in August, twenty sixteen might sister. Was diagnosed with breast cancer, she fought with all her might until she was informed. She was terminal in head maybe a week to live in October of twenty seventeen. My sister, the fighter said forget that and continued to fight in November. She her husband enforced. Children thirteen twelve four and two were gifted a trip to Disney for thanksgiving weekend. She invited anyone to come at night. Putting two thousand dollars on two credit cards to go with we spent thanksgiving weekend, Disney, and it was the most magical weekend ever. We had thanksgiving dinner at chefs mckie's and watching my nieces and nephews meet Mickey Mouse was magical. I forced everyone to wait in line to meet Elsa on only twenty minutes. Nice. We had a lunch of Cinderella's castle. And it was amazing throughout the trip. I washed my sister's health slowly slowly decline. She put everything she had into this trip was exhausted. Her health quickly declined a week later. She was again given weeks to live she entered hospice and on December fifteenth twenty seventeen having gained another angel that trip was absolutely magical. And I would have regretted every moment of my life. If I didn't go I'm still paying off my paying my credit cards off. But the memories are worth it as she says what I live by today is a beautiful day to be alive. I've included some pictures of the trip in you're more than welcome to share them on the page. So I've made a note for myself remember to go and get those photos because see that first of all it was very brave to share that story is a very magical story. And I love that. I love your sister's attitude, she's like, I'm not gonna let this control me. Right. We're gonna go and have fun and have this magical time with my family, and I love. That you still cherish now. And I'm sure that you will clearly you do and I'm sure the rest of her family cherishes those memories from that long weekend. Oh, yeah. So does he's a magical place, and you can make lots of good memories there. So even in hard times. Yeah. I'll say for both of us Riveria sorry for your loss. But I love that you keep her alive with you. Yeah. I liked it a lot. So thank you so much for sharing your story. And if anyone else would like to share their Disney story, please Email us at grownup kids podcasts. gmaiLcom anything? Disney related Senate. Our way be sure to feature it on a future episodes. So thank you. 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This Ass is Worth $200,000!

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This Ass is Worth $200,000!

"Apologies to, to wives and whomever has their legs wrapped around Jin's face. Welcome to pot dirty to me where we give you more than just a tip we go balls. Jason Mike and thanks for coming. I don't know why whenever we talk about that. I it just reminds me of alien. He tried to take me off. Right. I mean you probably really shouldn't remove anything until the job's done is true. Yeah, I wouldn't complain being suffocated in that manner at all. Really? Statue of you going to in a in a park where like. Where like on the ground with a leg wrapped around with your face in a crutch, especially as we call it the dream being what those legs are attached to as well. 'cause damn. Yeah. Well, hopefully we'll get more into that a future episode details. Maybe maybe another Roddick till. Yes. Yes. Those have been quite the hit. Let me tell you. They're, they're they've been great for us to hear. Yeah. I've taken up smoking. No judgement here. I just like to smoke. All right. So what's our topic? Our topic today indecent proposal. Great flick, great flick, great soundtrack. What would it take soundtrack? Music now. But I don't think we can afford that smallpox. So please continue to follow us and download this, we need all the help, we can get there. Yes. Know what? What amount of money or offer what it takes to have someone sleep with yourself or your significant other or what would it take with yourself? I think that's just prostitution. I'll let you sleep with me for dollars, just a really expensive prostitute. I can't see them worth it. But I don't know. You don't you know, we'll talk about that. Okay. All right. All right. So we'll begin as we always do with the word of the day or phrase more than one word today. The word of the day is called hot dog in a hallway. Oh boy. Oh boy. Yeah. Good. Not. I don't think I want to be. He's cracking up. All right. When laying the pipe you realize your dick isn't even touching the walls and for China kind of like tossing a hot dog in a hallway. Most frequently happens when the banging the neighborhood trick. Or if you're sling a small Dake micro penis, though. I think that's I think that's like a hot dog. And but that's the thing right? Is that a thing, but micro penis? Yeah. Let me show you. No. Exactly. Actually I dated real well. It looks like a clitoris, but it was larger. No, she said she dated a doctor. They dated in, they ended up having sex. And she said he had like a, a penises. She described it as like, you know, the, the pans that have off tip that covers the right. With said it was about the size of that. That thing you take off the pen cap, the pen cap. Yeah. She was like it's like maybe maybe pinky size. Yeah. Maybe smaller or. Yeah. And she was like thinking to herself, she was a very sexual person. And she was like I don't she's like, well, he's a doctor like could I get past this second? She couldn't was good. You know, I felt really good about myself to that. Good in other areas, at least to make up for the size of his penis, or like was he really good at oral sex, or whatever member, she, she. She kind of said that he didn't even think of himself as having a small, dick. She said he had this self confidence like he was awesome. Wow. Well, I mean, which is ironic because I have a huge penis, and I don't think I do stated I did. It's a cost conflict. I think it all. Thank you. Sweetest host? I've had on this bucket o not gonna hog at all. I definitely heard that before. I think you'd run probably before, not with me, not personally, I have heard stories even lesbian world. I've heard stories of cavernous vaginas Kevin is so yeah. You get. So you see, it's either a small package or a, you know, just a cavernous cavernous giant. I think that's probably something you'd probably run into more cavernous just a like a whore. I mean there's a storm coming into one for protection. You know, some chicken just gets around a lot. She's real real loose, as they say or used to say. That. A porn star or something, because I know like every day slut is gonna have just this. Yeah. That's a special slip. That is. That's a good question. Because when, when you've had sex in Jay, and I, we're going to have to ever extinct back for this. But when we've had sex, multiple times, like say a day after the neck, you know, everything seems to go back to normal. You know, so for somebody to have a cavernous vagina, something's going on there, is that, you know, if I've had sex, a second or third day in a row or whatever, you know, those days. Yeah, I try to days needs to get fixed. Three days in a row. Everything seemed to work normal each of the days. So I, I don't I don't know what would what would cause a cavernous, unless they're just with someone, so huge just destroys them. And then you're with them an hour later. I mean I don't know. I, I would just like to take a second to apologize all the ladies that I've just for huge created the cavernous. Well luckily, I haven't followed you up any of those, I would have I guess I would have been the hot dog. I mean she tried to head. Did hit she would have just sucked hit. I think we've had a word of a day like that. Davy crockett. So. Coon skin cap. Coups and face masks. Alien. Head swelled our. Yes. So I don't even know if that's possible. I, I don't know. Ever yelled at of a giant Ed Ed go back. No. I think that's not a real thing. It's real. Oh, really? You got that happen to, you know. Okay, your stories. Things. So I should leave it at that. Well. Propulsion special. John is. The fact that it can take pretty good beating and Papa child and have all that stuff. And it just springs, right bang. Here's do you ladies. Oh, yeah. Props all the giant is out there. Tisza gift. Great danes. Accepts it. We're on the same page with giants room. Yeah. We literally. Yep. I definitely love mine. Love it every day at least one and we love your at least two to three times. Three times a day. I mean at least to be young. To be young again. Yeah. It's hard enough for us to do two or three times two or three things a month. Right. J self love. Yeah. It's not easy drink. Hey, you got to have hobbies when you get older Jin. So think about those older you guys are not that much older. I gotta show you this thing. I did. Yeah. I'm stuck on some pretty hard working on this not easy. Knitting is not easy. All right. Indecent proposal. Yeah. Why don't you start? Right. Good talk. Go there. So if you remember the movie. You know, they're, they're in Vegas. They're playing and, and they get basically propositioned proposition a million dollars and the movie at least that's how it went for for one night, you know, with, with Redford, Debbie Moore. Yes. And they, they actually went through with it in the movie. Yes. And after that, it kind of went to shit but I think I think mainly from that it wasn't necessarily on her end. It was from him realizing that shit, she did it, you know, and we, we went through with this. And now I think he started having on a doubt on, does she want to be with him. You know, he's, he's got all this money and this, and that, although you know, they did make their money out, but. But, you know, indecent proposal, what if what if someone were to come up with come up to you and say, hey, you know, in this scenario Jay, and I obviously have a spouse to really think on that question. You know, Jen you could you could say you know, if you've seen some, you know what would it take? Or, you know, say this, what if somebody proposition, you, you know, obviously Jay and I are probably like let's do this. You know, you stop at the money we're not worried about that. Appreciate the slander as where you're talking about. In general, most probably most lady, and they're like, we chance of sex, take it. You wanna. You want to do what and your, you know, I don't need that just let's do this at the pay me. Yes. Yeah. So what, what, what would it take for someone you know, someone we're off your hey, you wanna I wanna sleep with your, you know, in our case you're getting your wife for, you know, what would it take and has that amount changed since you've been married over time? They've been together for. Oh, god. Just kidding. I don't or would have been would it be something you would consider, you know, never mind the the amount. But what would it be something you would even consider or discuss obviously, I know your wife, you know, my wife, both of them would immediately say, no? Although although I did propose the question to your wife earlier today. No-balled me to very she was offering. You think he was offering her? No. The woman she said, for ten thousand dollars. So we get sleep with my wife or with my husband and I was like at least act like. Worth more than. Tai-bo it back down. For ten grand for some. Yeah. Right. So what do you need ten grand for so, yeah, does anybody out there, ten thousand dollars that isn't attractive woman? I fairly can sleep with you. It sounds like you, you get a hall pass for that. What would you want from a man to sleep with Katie? What money would you want for that? That brings up another question. I'll let you answer that. But I have another scenario that you and I might not might have had the opportunity in the past saying, we wouldn't now but you answer that one that I have another question, and then I'll answer these two. Of course, of course. I. I don't I mean I feel like I want to say ten thousand dollars just. He's probably like five. I mean it's just like six is just such a non big deal to me. Yeah. It's like you're like man Hewlett. Just give me ten bucks. Dinner. Can I get a high five? I just really need a friend. He wanna. You want to talk to cuddle with her, and then cut it with me. We'll talk about these. But in the unlikely event that my wife listens to this. I don't know the. Hard like someone really came to you and said, here, twenty grand, it would be interesting to see what her number is compared to your numb, you know, obviously, your number is going to be way, low compared to what her number. Yeah. Probably would be. I'm trying to think about how much I owed my house. To twenty. Two eighty I'm gonna say to eight hundred eighty six thousand nine hundred seventy three dollars. Forty five cents a little bit. That's what I would. That's what it would take nice. Mike was your question. We'll have another question. But I'll answer that, for, you know, you mmediately as, as a as a guy want to say, oh, no. It won't cost. You anything, you know, go ahead because it gives you the, the freedom to think in your head. Oh, have I have something in my pocket to use in the future? If I wanna bang. It's a hot dog don't worry. It's not nothing crazy. But. We're talking ballpark or anything. We're just regular you know. Yeah, not even bundling how fucked up. Is that right? There's not great at all. I don't know for. It's not a little smoking. Not a little smoke. But it's it's crossed between a little smoky, in a regular hot dog, which is not even bundling. So I you know what? Let's get back to. We're not bragging. We're not. Absolutely not Brian, I can still feel a bun, just as long as it's not a big bun. I cannot lie. I can't deny okay. So. My please. Mike name your price. I'd say it'd have to be around the hundred grand. Mark Davis being well, he's talking to one hundred eight hundred grand over there. No. I it had to be in that hundred grand ballpark. Yeah. Probably more realistic. Yeah. Yeah. And I think that's a number that she would actually let's listen to as well. I mean I don't know that for certain I- mmediately wanna say she wouldn't listen to any number. But I think. Are you wanted to say? I know she'll say she won't even give this an option. But, but, you know, when you think of, of, of a certain amount of money, and what it can do for your family or what it can help, you know, again, just like the movie, you know, million dollars, right? I wouldn't tonight. So he said a million. Before they dollars. One minute yet, I slap around the essay go get that money money for. Mallet. The question I had J what if what if it was turned around in, you made mentioned earlier one if that was it? We were propositioned, what would it take for us to sleep with a you know what it is? Rich dude. Run around dude. Yeah. No, not a chick, this dude, you know, that, that little more interesting. What would I have to do? I, I would say the guy's just gonna be like, you know, he's going to have his way with you. You know, whatever he wants whatever he back around. What would it take? Ooh, what would it take for us to go gay just -pletely? Give in could I get shit faced I get drunk out of my mind. I would hope we would hope we could I would need to relax, obviously. It'd be a lot of Clinton. Let's hope. Calmed, down show me the chick, okay? Go ahead. I don't know. Well, that makes it a little more interesting. And how your ass would feel like how much money would it costs, reconstructive surgery? Hey, this may be a very sensual. Guy he may he may care about, you know, hey, he's going to take time, he's going to care about how we feel. You're gonna you're back for. Okay. My back hurt. You know, maybe a sweet loving, man. Who would you go gave a million dollars for billion bucks? Yeah. A million dollars a million dollars. Anybody do anything I know I would. A million fucking money. Okay. Cupcake. Far from a million, but realistically, though, I mean. Pam ten thousand for the are we talking about the gay where we're still talking about the game? Ten thousand cash right? New hands. I don't think so. Not that much money. No, it's, it's really not anymore. I mean, don't get me wrong. It would be nice to have to be more than one hundred thousand dollars because I, I mean, I don't you know, I don't know if I'd go all the way to one hundred K I think I got I probably be willing to do it for fifty. All right, man that dick, it's in your ass. I should have got more money. I like your thought just gets smashed rate and hopefully hopefully God. I really what if what if I had to get drunk off your ass, and then I would recommend and I have never done it. But here it's amazing. Our take ecstasy. I hear it. Like, makes you just like have you ever done X? I've yes is it true. Like everything just feels like amazing. And like you're not even really that sexual when you're on stuff, just you feel totally blissful. So if you took some ex and drink a lot. Yeah. Well, I would assume if somebody is like s feel so velvety, right? Fifty grand around bang some random dude need probably has access to some stuff. Yeah. Some good shit. Yes. LSD. What if for yourself? What if what if he said, no nothing? Okay. But you have to be conscious Jason have loop while you're going to have that. But, you know, no, no, Iran. Drywall, right? No nothing nothing nothing. Not even like there's no romance in that we're the cocktail by me dinner. I mean you give me a million dollars, you can do in this offer down in the lobbies, right? He wants them soft Kenny in the background. Gee can rose pedals on the sheets. So it's rose pedals on the sheets in had sex. Is that really go together? Got it. Fucking rose penalized. Thank your tears. Iro's penalties. But aren't you. There could be tiers of each site me because all the money you're counting. I mean, after the moment, yeah, you probably be like, okay. That would just take all that. Thank god. The dudes quick. Last do quick and falls asleep afterwards, just I'm gonna get my money and get the fuck outta here. Jay Roenick fifty. No. It wouldn't be fitting that. No. It'd be more than that. Just take like one hundred grand for my wife that at least double it for going to give up my ass. This acid worth two hundred thousand. It may not be worshipped. You know, he'd have to take. Have you seen his ass? I'm sure it's fine. But it is. I will not the true value of our asses. Fifty okay. Listeners we're gonna put some pictures of bikes. We're going to do a comparison of really know what they're capable of. We've never done this. So we don't know what. We don't know. I don't know. I don't really wanna know. But, you know, for fifty thousand I might I might find out. Yeah. I don't know fifty. That's a lot of money how long would it really last? You wanted to or it could also buy something really nice and. Hear any about this book club. Can you put it in my butt? So nothing falls because the guy was. The thing is, though. I think I think from the law of averages we'd probably be pretty safe. I mean, are there gigantic guys out there Jin? Yeah. Okay, well, let's hope we're on the gigantic, and that makes me feel like I wouldn't either I don't think anyone would in, in God bless all of you who don't. Yes, god. You don't like this. Yeah, they're, they're painful. Well, let's hope anybody trying to pay fifty K to, to bang some random straight dude is not packing. Inside the contract. You got the money. He takes this data just like twelve inches. Kiwi. Renegotiating? No turnaround too late. We made a blood pact. Oh, no. Oh my God. Fifty thousand enough Mike. Then you're like, you know, can you imagine being that scenario, then you're trying to you're trying to negotiate other things like what can we do this instead, maybe, for like thirty K? You don't do that. Maybe I'll just do this. You just do this. Instead. Afterwards. Probably be crying. If they wanted a again, back to if they are propositioning to sleep with your wives, one of your wives, would you want to be present and want to watch this take place. Or would you rather be removed from the situation and have them do their own thing? I mean, I have any interest in watching my wife, get bang. Another man. If it was a chick. I fucking wanna be there hundred percent you'd wanna be all up in that. I don't need to be. I would be five watching. Yeah. I, I would give it. Yeah. I'd probably just go get a drink. So we go ahead and decide what we're going to spend all of our new money. Life comes downstairs. She's all okay. Check. About how she feels check. I got a car. No. Now, Geno, ask you this. What if you were propositioned, or, or so by a, let's just say a guy or a girl that you're not in any way attracted to, but they offered. Right now. General fuck any? Owning. Anybody don't write is because he's not gonna sleep with you. Just because I'm horny doesn't mean I will anyone. Okay. Person in this room has standard would it, would it be different per gender? So you have to, you know, you have a guy that you're not really attracted to really wanting to be with you. And if you heard some of our shows in the past and wants to hear some of the end result for that. And yes, I'm sure he's willing to pay good money for that or a chick at wants to do that. You know what's, what's the amount for those people? I mean, if they've got money to, to proposition, I would say at least five hundred thousand if I'm not attracted to any if like if I'm not attracted to them in any way, shape or form like it's gotta be worth my while, you know. Louis anderson. I wanna have. Fucking earplugs, or just gouge out my eardrums, because him five hundred thousand. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. We got we low boaters my friend because I. Well, especially with the dude would. I mean unless it was like. Picky. So, yeah, I would say if I'm not in any way, shape, or form attracted to that person, like they make it worth my. While I mean, I guess I didn't have that question. You didn't say that. The person was repugnant. When you. Thought about it when I'm like, how can I mention this to Jin? The price of probably go for the elephant, man. Yeah. I don't think I could likely I don't know what is Cochlear gonna look like. But if it's like anything else, I hope elephants, I, I don't want any of that fifty K is going to become one hundred K easy. He's still little right? I know I don't know if it's. Shirt into seventy K better fifty thousand. Suffering. Well, why you're you still haven't got but sex and you don't have any money I would have had. But section am my, my hundred K anybody. I'm not gonna tell you about it. The no sense would tell me if you got paid a hundred hours, you know, I would tell you, I would tell you curious like, we'll, how did it feel? And I would be honest with you. Did he kiss you neely's holds me nothing's near the best bid? That would be fluttering. But I, I would assume. Straight ass probably better than what they're used. Yeah. Like in our past day when we used to go out, and we, we would, we would maybe go to a gay bar to have some drinks before the night really got going. They always loved the straight guys, you know, the and we're always a big hit at the game. So I would assume that a, you know, if we were proposition, and it was a straight asks and probably be great for them. And yeah. I don't know where I'm going with that. Let's get back to the wife's being proposition, because I think we've really gotten off of off on our tangent. Get off on the tangent didn't get off yet yet, but I would for maybe ten fifteen bucks right now. Fifty take credit cards, so five hundred thousand two hundred eighty six thousand Jin must be g got some gold down, there, some five hundred thousand that's high Jin. I mean that's getting, we're gonna million bucks. We'll yeah but that's you know that was rubber Redford, you know, she should have done it for free. Tam five hundred K if I'm not. But I get it though. You're if you're not a trait that would be very hard to do if you're not attracted to someone in, especially if they're like repulsive. It'd be very hard to to be with that person sexually genie in any capacity. We're not talking serial killer. Yeah. I would not let me see the cash, it would be very hard to be with that person. Yeah. I get that, but okay, five hundred thousand for Jin feeling that she's got like one of those vaginas where it's like the Pulp Fiction briefcase when you take off the end where like gold. Wow. But I could be wrong. Anyway. All right. So was at the end of it. We will it sounds like I'm I'm out looking for a dude to pay me. Dollar to the lowest bidder over here. Hers up my give. Wants to give some chump change to Mike over here. Gladly take. Virgin virgin virgin. So. Nice and tight. Hope I hope. There. One of us. I hope I hope he's got a micro pain. That's for sure. If not in, in, and I see things are not working out of my favorite. We're gonna renegotiate right on the spot. Okay. Well, if you let me that's true. I did agree. Shit. Did low ball myself. Now can't take back, it goes paying back. Our axes hope teabags. Good stuff. So I do have a stat of the day on that we haven't had a stat. Well setting a while. So Jen, this is this is for you to see what your what you think on as far as on the percentage. Okay. Our topic because forty three percent of women have taken some form of payment or gift in exchange for sex. Pretty three percents. I mean, that's a pretty high, that's close to half of women across does it have to be money or does it have to be in the form of gay could be in the form of gifts. Ios, well, the gift gift or money. I don't know what the, the monetary value of those gifts were. But and it doesn't specifically say if that was decided on before the act or if it was just something that was given after the going say that waiting. Yeah. Marriage is going. The money can, I believe. Dinner. Yeah. Forty percent. Okay. I mean, we're gonna soom it was offered. Let's soom it was offered. Yeah. As as a want to do this. Let's you know. Ooh, that those Sadie I know. Thirty I've definitely never I've never had any kind of reward for sex, so that I've definitely never taken a gift or money. Would you take in, even if it wasn't like offered as O'Hare? This was great. Here you go. Maybe just as like, oh, hey, you know what a little little something extra. Well I mean we just talked about the proposal saying, and I, I and maybe. You're not repulsed by maybe you've decided. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna bang this person regardless. Let me get some money out of it. I, I mean, if I just was like, hanging out with them in genuinely enjoying their company, then it wouldn't matter. It wouldn't it wouldn't really matter. If I was going to sleep with them anyway, then I would just can, you know, do what I had planned undoing but I would feel really weird taking a gift after the fact because I would know you feel like a prostitute, and I would feel dirty. So I, I would kind of be weirded out by it. So I'm assuming the number seems kind of high. It it seems a little high. It's. Yeah. Women if you started off like that. Oh, hey, you know, we'll help you know, I'll pay your mortgage this month. That'd be pretty nice. Really, I'll pay your you know, your carpet, you know, something, I would think most women will want more than that, you know, to, you know, like we talked about the indecent proposal. But I don't know you know, some some people might be in a desperate situation. They need they need something. I don't know. I don't know so but, but yeah. I think it's probably a little little high that number. Hi, I concur with hike. We think so women, stop accepting these things, come on with stuff sleep for buddy, being other men. Stuff wars. Hey, now, hey. We wanna be heard. But we can choose when. We could use when we wanna be worse. Yeah. It's the decision. Waving of one hundred dollar Bill in front of her face. And I mean, if it was a Lexus or like you know, I might be like a little tempted to be like. Listen, five hundred K. Fifty so now she's talking, my number remember this were saying that this is someone that I already was enjoying spending time with anyway. So Bush would necessarily have to offer that, I mean, what if there was somebody on the fence? And you're like, I don't know. But you, you dangle, you know, Alexis, then I may be persuaded to. You know be swayed towards doing it possibly. Good day. The whiskeys got me feeling frisky, whatever the MS RPM is whatever model you're looking at. And actually, I want to test to live a Range Rover Jackson. So let's look, let's say one hundred K for Jin. Yeah, I'd go there, too. I very much like a room. All right. And if one let's hope to do quick to. You know, if it's a quick, thirty forty minutes that I actually want to sleep with, then, you know, I would like to actually enjoy the sex, and they have to be quick question. I'm going to just throw out there. What is a good average amount of time to be with someone? To be having sex. What do you consider like? Oh, this is a good this, this. I mean, I would say, like at least half an hour. Like with the just the intercourse of the whole like everything. Probably just the intercourse. I mean four play because I like I like to make out for a while because making out really turns me on, so I like to really have a good make out session. I like I mean you got to go down on me for at least ten minutes. I mean, come on, now can't be skimpy. So, yeah, I would say it should be at least a good hour for everything. I would say, I hope you didn't alienate most of our audience. Obviously, there are quickies. There's like there's yet if you're in a public situation, you know, I it depends on your surroundings, obviously, if you have the time to take, I would say that an hour is amount of time. And they're you're right. There are a lot of things you five minutes long. Depends on what type sportscenter starts. Oh man men, there sports playoffs. Very true. All right. Well anybody else? So if any of our listeners have any stories of indecent proposal, or anything, similar that they would like to share, what amount would it take, right? What's your price? We would like to hear give it a four. What would you sell your wife for? Still your wife. Put so delicately Mino. It is what it is. So eloquent person pain is gonna put it delicately. They shouldn't have paying money fire. I'm just saying. All right. As always check us out on Instagram pod dirty to me Facebook, we have a Twitter account. Get on that. And. Nobody has any deals. Jason Mike and thanks for coming.

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Episode 382 - The Prickly Heat

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Episode 382 - The Prickly Heat

"It. Gentlemen, who will come to the rock patters rental. Bye, go spent dot com. Neighbouring Jade's Branson. Heard branston. We all know you want Branson's life. It's not his life. It's the freedom right as life, that, that he enjoys sure that he's been afforded to enjoy. And he's, he's earned it taking any of that away from his I'm in the camp of you work hard. You should be able to do whatever you want right after certain amount of time. Yeah. However, that hasn't happened for a lot of people, therefore, you resigned to whatever shit storm or whatever fuck. All your life is. But for some people, it does work Branson. It worked for big dick brands. I'm talking about Richard Branson, virgin. Virgin mobile showroom Atlantic shore. The spaceship man, he's the new rocket man him and base. Os wanna go to fuck in space and Branson is going to do it. He's been building. This thing in what ten years now and Las Cruces cost taxpayers. Millions. Man, we're going to space, we're going to space brother. That was two thousand eleven twenty nine scenes it's been a moments. But it looks like this bitch is finally ready to, to set sail. Okay. So the hemisphere and he's going to do it. There's a new report out all indicators that he's going to get on this fucking spaceship and do it now. Elon Musk launched a tesla into space, but didn't get inside the car. He put what a fake dude in it. You know, let out that guy. About the guy that happened to. Listened to that episode. That was the one where James was convinced there was somebody driving. Seized when I first saw the picture. Sure, you're like the test of out in faith, and I was like about the guy in there. Yeah. He is. He going to be too. Real human didn't go to space, but but new. France. Yeah. Richard Branson's, a real human who's, who's going into space. And if he does that, that's the Most Polish of all time if he does he goes out as a fucking legend, obviously, right, if he lives, and he's even bigger legend. It's a win win for him across the board. The only way he could personally, lose would be himself because then he doesn't get to be Richard Branson anymore. Fuck it. Yeah. But if he lives, he becomes even better than he was, and that's virtually impossible. We've talked about big Branson on the show before. I mean, Google topless kite surfing, with Richard Branson. You're gonna find a supermodel whose topless and they're just surfing in the middle of the ocean. They're not near near a shore. They're not in a lake. Yeah. They just got dropped towed in in the middle tote towed in the middle of the fucking ocean. There's no one out there, except for big dick brand. Even sharing a fucking dime. Piece on his back who's topless and both of them are laughing, like it's the end of the world. I mean you want wanna see the two happiest people of all time you'll ever seen your entire life. It's wherever that Schick is in big, dick Branson out in the middle of the ocean. Now, do we know that he has a big dick? We don't okay I'm assuming I'm just wondering and there's any reports all be reels here with you. Because, you know, my motto in this life, a lot of people do should probably get a tattoo to myself. Big big dreams, right? Big Dicks big dreams has always been my motto. Why? Because if you have a big dick in this life, chances are you're dreams already came true. If you don't let's say he's got a tiny penis may. That's why he works hard and he's going to space so he can overcome. It'd be like, dude. I don't even care Smalls Dicky's. It's Richard Branson. He went to space. He's fucking kite surfing in the middle of the land. I mean. Look, I'm not saying everybody should follow this, this advice at home, but you should probably follow this advice at home. If you got a really small penis in this world, right? Work super hard like Richard Branson. You can overcome it over overcome a small penis. Maybe that's why Asians work so hard. You know, fuckers are buying up everything in America, China owns America. Maybe just maybe if you really stop to think about it is because they've really small penises. Yeah. And now they own everything in America. They own half of our movie studios. Right. All of New York City. If you wanna go to New York City and go to a high rise just walk in and see people in a lobby empty. Why each one of them's owned by Chinese LLC, and you're like fuck do I live here like? Don't worry about it. That's Mr. home. Yeah. We've, we've never even met them met his broker by. He came in and bought this shit. We've never actually. Yeah. He's probably never even seen the place. Not once I bet you he'd even going Zillow because it's probably blocked over in China any form of happiness of what this might be that motherfucker knew he had to get rid of the money and I didn't even see the place. Didn't even get to go on, on Zillow at all. And see it like not one pick. They were just like Amen. It's going for four point eight I think we can get it for four point seven nine five in cash. Just wanted to click on over LLC wise. Yeah. And it's yours, you got a place to stash your cash, and then you're never living there again in. Oh, yeah. It's sad. It's sad. That that's happening to New York. Art thing is we want to do the second half there. But it's like at this point is that ever going to be possible. Maybe. The reason why I also bring that up is China's cracking down on this right now. And they're checking where the investments go because you're tired of their own people investing in American shits to get rid of their money, and they want to invest over there. So like New York. Realtors are saying we're having a problem. We're not bringing in the Chinese like we used to the government's cracking. Okay. So maybe maybe there's a chance. But if that happens. I mean you don't have to be a doctor. Scientists figure I was going to go on then housing market's gonna crash. Yeah. And then you're going to be involved in smo- h shit where you're just like all right? Cool man. You drove up the prices as high as they could possibly go. Then what then to sell them to try to get rid of this shit? I mean it's going to be fucking bombs. So is that good for us or bad for us? It would be good. We're ready for the second hand to be good. If the timing's, right. Your fucking snowed. But what, you know, where's another place flagstaff who've flagstaff is pretty, you know, they went through their own real estate boom as well. They got nukes, sorted Vegas. Yes. LA for a little bit. There was like a two year stretching LA where it was just like, oh, hey, the twelve hundred square foot for. Yeah. And a half instead of five million. But that came in Wentz, New York's two different beasts though, man because again, having been there, so many times and seeing how empty all of these buildings truly are I don't know what would really happen. There's also like a certain amount of places and land. Right. So it's not something that's like keep building building, like they at this point kind of have every square inch built up. I mean at this point where do you go into the park and they're billing building battery park battery park, simply dirt? Yeah. Leftover from real estate that they put in the river and then built on top of that. So I don't know. I don't know what you do. But if you want a shot at it, maybe, maybe it will come back, maybe fucking, even if there is a crash, maybe big brands, it'll save cell. And what build something in space space, or he'll just come in and by the New York real estate, and then just one big virgin hotel type sich purple lighting. And everything's read to this day best planes, I've ever been on those flights. It got to a point where I would only fly because I had to fly back and forth from LA to New York a lot, I would only look for those virgin flights. And if I didn't get one that was genuinely pissed off about it. We're just like fuck trips gonna suck. I'm not gonna have club music blaring, and then purple Strobe lights as soon as I come on the plane. Yeah. And happy ass. Stewardess is one of the fucking stewardesses were so happy on this guy implants, they didn't have to work the little screens drink, boom, swipe your card press the button, and then it was giggles. Two minutes later. Here's your drink, sir. You're like fuck and I would literally because I had to go with Brandon a lot and then with claim a lot back and forth in New York, and I'd be like God, dammit, man Branson. Anthony, and brother Lee Branson is see the mobile as well. The mobile didn't do too well do well, but it's hard there. There's a. I don't want I'm gonna throw the sponsor under the bus. We don't we better sponsors because we're not just selling you anything just to sell the shit too. Yeah. As it comes back on us. It is use it and you don't like it one time we sold something I wasn't. I wasn't sure how confident I wasn't it and people came back, and they were like fucking hate this. And so we got rid of it. And I was like, I'm not going to do that again. There was a mobile company that hit us up numerous times of the last four five months. Right. And they were like, look, we want to switch, when you do on the show we're going to give it to all you, your and all this other shit. And I looked it up, and it was like forty bucks a month for this mobile plan. And I was like here by how good can this be right? I went I went to the user reviews and all that shit. And people were like dude, you have to basically stand on top of your car in rain, our at eleven fifty eight in the morning to get a gun, it a call through to Jima and the hospital and I was fuck. I can't do that right to building a mobile thing is really hard because you've gotta. Have all those cell towers hotspots all that shit. And then enough people to do it. It's essentially, why there's what three companies can't and then you're going against just like with everything these huge established companies eighteen see Verizon, T mobile. Chye. Look, I will say this speaking, honestly here. Eighteenth, he's probably the best, but they're fucking asshole coverage wise coverage wise, but their customer service or Dicks. You turn into let me talk to the manager. It's real Amy klobuchar. Shar. Let me let me talk to your manager you turn into that. You're gonna these weird contracts that somehow extends beyond your life in India children's. Like, oh, no. You can't escape that he had a new bell. Guess what? He's getting AT and T net. Then when they bought direct TV because I used to have direct TV for years, because of the NFL package. Right. Trying to deal with them on the phone, then with direct TV those contracts or whatever it was. I mean you're googling how many different ways slit, your wrists and every every time it just said go down. I don't know why I kept going back to Google for the same answer. That's how much hated AT and T on a daily basis. Then you got horizon, right. Which I have now, so hated AT and T. And I hated direct TV and I want to get out of that shit. Yeah. And I switched to Verizon, Verizon works, unless you're going to a big event. So the problem is for the sport show for drinking sports. Go to a lot of big events. I can't get a hold of anybody. I mean, it's, it's like twenty eight days later up in that motherfucker, right? If you go to at the college football game Super Bowl, wherever you're going. Good luck. It's you're holding it up. Doom went you into like a deaf guy to other people, and it's like, I don't know why I'm losing my hearing just because I don't have WI fi a phone or I can't make a phone call here. That's all I talk to people do you do. Kinky booking. Being all you wanna do is pop up one ten seconds story on key of, you know, in the front row, the front row or, you know, some chubby marching band dude, that guy in the fucking tuba can't do out. Can you shan't last that out? Can't can't do anything. No, nothing. Instead, you get a bunch of delayed stories, and that's what happened in the Super Bowl. It was like, yeah. Why are you posting shit like two days? Finally, go through cool. I am. And. Def. Right. Tori, and really embarrassing. Yeah. It's okay, bro. We get it you're at the SU. Okay. Cool. I was like, no man. It was live. And it was two days ago in the shit was read and know anymore. Right. So I think that's why the big Dicker oh, the Branson, probably got out of that whole sich where you just realize fuck, man. Do I really want to deal with all these pills? 'cause you need a cell phone everywhere you go right? You don't need a kite surf losing apparatus. Yeah. So that's probably why probably looked at it. It was just like dude. I'm tired of getting the messages of like I can't hear you or see you or whatever it is. And he probably got out of that the plane thing, I don't know why got out of that. I can't figure that one out. I want. I mean. You got so much right for so little so little that it just could not have been lucrative for him. No, I resell to, like I reached out to. And I just said hailing Twitter. And I just said, hey, man, I'll pay more, please. Don't take this away from me. And he said, you didn't answer me. Sure. But these probably busy surfing, right with a dime peace in the middle of the ocean on a Tuesday firm hand. So I reached out so homeboy and I was just like, look man, don't get rid of these planes, and it was like, that's the most serious, genuine posts of probably ever made on social media rows just like, please don't take this pleased. Yeah. Yeah, don't take this from me by, I've got enough, hard shit going on in my life. Right. Don't need this fucking plane away from me lease. It's all I have on answered on answered. Right. Planes are gone. I heard they rebooted them like sold them to other delta or American. Or whatever it is. And they took out those lights and everything. Made just lifeless and shrunk seats again and robotic. Yeah. Man. What was I own? Delta delta was probably the best now and it's just like even then. You're still paying for internet, that shit doesn't work, and it is what it is show. I probably go delta. And then American forget about it. I don't even know if they understood if they've ever seen a TV because they don't have one God, damn TV in any American airline flight ever. And I have a million of those miles and miles give and using miles. Great, right. The fuck and miles. If you wanna cash, those in, you've got a fly on, like July thirty first or the thirty second, which is in a day, like nine pm, two stops, and you're going to go through Utah doesn't matter if you're just going from Florida, you know, my orc you gotta go through Utah. My mom we always joke that she has these, like crazy flights of like just weird times twenty airports, going to AirAsia then back to whatever. Because she's miles. Just like and they not only extend you all over the Frick and country before they get you 'cause you're on your basically. Unlike standby everywhere, everywhere. Like, slowly, somehow zigzag you to your destination. But, you know traveling privilege for anyone so. Felt real privilege to go to San Antonio. Talk about that. Finally solve the Alamo. Oh, yeah. Which think it's real small. Did you go in the basement? Everybody asks it to every single person is asked me really, if I went to the basement of it, no serious. And I was just like no man didn't even go inside. There's no basement. Others. No basement peewee Herman thing, I don't know why so many people were asking everybody loves the movie. I got a lot of that. And did you find bike? Jeez. Yeah. I posted a picture outside the Alamo. Right. Cool. It was one of those things where Airbnb to place his it was on the last night when I was doing an interview after recording the audio book. Well, yeah. And so. Suggesting hotels, which is new to me, and I was like, oh, all right. Well, that's cool. But I can just go orbits or some shit like that. So they have anything to do with it or do they just suggest them to you? I think they get a cut, okay. One of them was. So long or Solano or whatever either way, we've we used we use that Salongo thing last time. Okay. And it was nice. So it was like Cooman, if you're popping up suggestions, let's get wet. Let's give fucking wedge shore. So there was this place called the Crockett. Right. And I was like, oh man. That sounds like hip. Aby. Yeah. Davy crockett. Yeah, sure yeah, I found it actually was okay, it was a hotel directly overlooking, the Alamo, I walked out, and it was a hotel, and I was like us shit. This is weird. So walked outside of the Crockett's, which had leg of point one stones and was amazing. It wasn't that amazing. I can tell you that sure not gonna shit on it because I respect Davy Crockett and everything he's done for this country. Right. But it was next door to the Alamo. And if you're a tourist and you're looking for, hey man, I wanna walk outside the front door. And then in twenty yards I want to be inside the Alamo. That's the place to do it. Well at the Crockett that's not ever anything. I would wanna do tell the people why you had to get an Airbnb. Why you couldn't stay. Jared's after your interviews. That's right. That's right. Yeah. Listen to drink, and rose podcast. They're highly recommended or yesterday it would be yesterday. We're recording. I don't normally say this, but it was really good. It was great. My best friend's married. A real life porn star. They know Jared, I know. Yeah. Okay. In case you don't. Oh. There. Look, we fifty percent of listeners, listen to a fifty percent, don't okay? Jared from jeered from drinking broke my best friend, one of my co hosts married, a real-life adult film, star share. And not only did we talk about. I'm going to I'm going to tread lightly here, her history and pornography. Right. With him sitting right. Next year. We all do the interview together. But then we got into me so confused because I was like, you know, I know if you male porn stars when I was just like, hey, did you ever get slammed out by James Dean? Right. He's probably the most famous dude male porn star right now. Yeah. Totally did. Men, get a fuck and hammer on them, doesn't he? And she was telling me like, whoa, weird all together. Yeah. Talking with one another. It's great. Yeah. Evan stone was another one like shit. Yeah. And they watch they've watched porn together all of these incorrect. The porn, she's done. They watched together. And then, and that's kind of one of their things, and that's a nice thing. My favorite thing, and I'll just tease one more thing about it. My favorite part was when they were talking about the trip that they're going to take and two different countries to Bank prostitutes. They're going to separate. Guess I maybe shouldn't give it away, they're going to separate. They're going to bang prostitutes. Then they're going to compare compare. And then possibly use the best one together corrects couple and then also posted like a yelp thing. So if you go to that country now that like Rica, correct. Okay. So Costa Rica. Right. And you, you wanna bang prostate? You wanna find out where the best prostitutes are sure this will be your go-to guide of like, oh shit. I can go to. That's great who. Costa rica. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So okay, that was my, my take away from it wasn't AMT in the whole thing. And so that the yelp part because then I was like, all right. Well, they are helping people. Right. So that's a nice thing, 'cause there's nothing worse than going on vacation than wasting good money on a terrible prostitute. At least that's kind of tip the scales back over to the good guys again. But. Yeah. It's one of the craziest interviews I've ever done. And I loved loved all miss that guy. Hope he comes. I mean he will he'll come. Yeah. He was talking about possibly coming to, you know, staying at the beach house and doing more shows and stuff. And I guess she's cool. So come on down guys school, come on down shrimp wife, and it's great with kids. All right. Right. Better than the last one. Yeah. Well. You do a lot of things in this world. 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Keeps your balls taint out and your first gold bond experience with the Minty run. I think strong it was. Sure. This is called snake brand. Brickley glee. Heat's original cooling powder classic. It's classic. It looks Asian. Yeah. So I don't know. I mean look, we'll give it a goes here on the on the on the show where are you going to put it? What do you think I'm gonna put it? I'm gonna put it look, if you're watching the video show, you can, you can actually see this. I'm gonna I'm gonna go ahead and. Throw a throw a quick dollop, on the dangles just test this out live on air. I don't know how bad this is going to be. But homeboy said this, that's a lot. This is a dollar. Can you see this home? This is a doll. No. If you're if you're putting something on your ball sack this is how much you want to use. Now. If you're doing cocaine this is way too much to pour out painting gonna be with you. That is. Mabel. I smell it from here passages, and it is it is strong. I don't know what this is going to do, but. We're gonna find out just a quick. It's warm in North Carolina right now. It is probably what ninety six today. Something that affects so we'll find out Rick Ben how just how cooling this is that is kicked in lengthy fasts. I was not expecting that reach across shakes and high fives. Everybody working to behind the scenes right out to this, who. My goodness. That is that is line. Asian very Asian. I love that packaging though packagings nice, isn't it? Gosh. I might empty this out and make a little flowerpot my God, that is quickly. Creeping up on me like Santa a chimney, fucking December twenty fifth. That is really going up the old gerbil catwalk right now. Lot of emotions. Is it that bad or, you know, it's? It's, it's almost numbing. It's gone fast, the cooling process and. Well, I mean obviously, it's all my hand dick does that feel on the hand. You don't you don't ever feel it on the hand? Okay. I don't know why it's specially rate so formulated for only the boy now it's his if someone is taking a blow torch to my scrotum in tain area and a blow torch. Yeah, it's hot and cold. We were like, oh man, I feel like. Almost very post-surgery Lance Armstrong, where I can't feel it one of my nuts. There is a bowl there. I don't know which one though that's how I selecting this is right now. But. Who I think it's look, I think it's like the other gold bond where if you get used to it, you get used to it. Sure. It's whatever. Why, maybe because I'm wearing the crowded t shirt today. I'm getting the whole karate kid vibe. I was going to give them the revolutionary figure the day because they brought him back that show to epic levels, but I started immediately meow game. My hands, if that was going to do something to my scrotum, which is not. At this point, I'd have to wash my full dick off in the sink to get rid of this, this, just like dissipate. I think it would be like those hot pepper challenges. Adding water would be the worst thing. Yeah. You gotta put some milk on it. And maybe this Rick bend. There you go. Buddy city, did it onto point in the Philippines. That's, that's a lot stronger heat than inside of a television studio. But. Who really flying right now? I am getting you high, maybe a little bit. I don't there's so many emotions right now, going on in my mind. It's like you let me down led by iron summer Swayze, because they made you a little ladies ones. I don't know if it's going to be available. It should be an a tank, top would be sweet over this. But this is the butter soft lady t- led by iron. Go to lead by these summer Swayze. They sold out in a half hour. So we put a new batch up right now. Yeah, they did. They did back. They're back the dope assured about it is. It's the most comfortable should I've ever had my life, and it's awesome. Go to lead by iron dot com. L E, B, Y R, N dot com. Get the summer Swayze tease back in stock, and yeah, they made you a little lady one, which is awesome. And love those guys a little lady. That's what I am. For him this fucking rule the free world. It's all first responders, too. So, like, no, you're probably helping somebody to this is who. Boy, and filling North Korea down there. I mean free seems like a good little pick me up. Wake you up. Like you're definitely like Pat all reels hat put it this way. If I did real cocaine versus this. Coke wooden replicate feeling this right now. So if you're out there, and you're, maybe you're addicted to coke, this is one way to get off at everything you every time we think about doing a line, just take a dollar this splash on your taint that really sink here, about Beth the bounty hunter S P. Is that so sad seem sad to me? She for like fifteen years, so like, and they were I think that's what's sad about it is they seem like so perfect for each other. And so in love and yeah. I think that's the sad part about it. It's weird. She died of through cancer. Lung stage for lung. Difference between lung and throat. Yeah. Isn't your lungs inside your throat? Lungs. Are the really I'm just saying? I mean you got to fucking on glue. What are you talking about? Let's this lungs right here. Yeah, but then you're on the inside right? Yeah. And this is four x throw. Yeah. Isn't that the Rex? That's the mouth breather. They call that again. I'm not a I'm not a person of science. I'm not a man of the cough. Okay. They call it the old mouth breather. So cancer is what she had she'd, some form of cancer. Oh, are we not? Okay. And you're right. It was throat cancer. Oh, you're right. No jesse. Oh, thought it was lung cancer. So she'd been diagnosed with stage two throat cancer back in twenty seventeen so she was declared cancer free. And then a year later, the cancer returned and you're right. When you said throats, maybe the audience will forget that, but I won't definitely want either way, she was on TV for like fifteen years. And I think that's what makes it so sad. And they used to rerun the shit out of dog the bounty hunter. Oh, yeah. Loved and over and over again, I look, I was gigantic fan when it first started. Oh, yes. But then afterwards because they had a spin off with the kids in her. I didn't wanna see her give fucked up. So, like I didn't I just stop watching the show because it was always an element of man, isn't somebody going to puncture in the face because if I'm a hardcore criminal, right? Yeah. All meth up like. That would be my biggest fear. I think of like, oh man somebody's going to punch my wife on meth. Yeah, I kind kinda stopped watching for that reason. But that's why it's so sad is, you know. She was felt like on everywhere, if you went to a car dealership or. It was always dog the bounty hunter, on it was silman safe so much gyp. It also dangerous where it was like. All right. Cool man, this so yeah. That was that was weird one weird. When we got breaking news on the show, right? Breaking news, what spring court ruled that. Man that you can't the census question you can't ask that you can't ask if their citizen. Right. You can't ask if they're a United States citizen on the US census and. It says, and it was it was a fucking conservative guy who flipped and said. It seems like contrived question doesn't just to ask if you live in the country that you're actually taking the census in. Well, yeah. Well, the, the whole idea, what did you what do you always say that you just want to know how many people are here for tax? And if there's any question on the census that's going to prevent people from taking it. Look, if your name your legally anyway, yeah, you're not you're not taking the census you're not doing it. Will you definitely not if there's a question on their citizenship, right? Okay, how many how many legals live in the country? Yeah. We've no idea. Yeah. Twelve minutes. Not, not right. Dan? Dan's offscreen Saint twelve million, it's not because they're undocumented, Dan, we don't have the fucking answer. And the census. Sure, Spock isn't gonna get the answer. I can tell you that right now. So with this, this whole thing like. What do you do any more? What do you do with all this stupid shit, where it's like you have all the, the illegal immigration that's going on. You can't we can't pay for it as an Asian. But, you know, you're also gonna give us your tired and poor and weak and all that shit who's gonna pay for it because it's nobody. That's actually bitching about it. So with the census, you're just trying to get an exact headcount of how many people live in the country. So, you know, how much to tax people to pay for healthcare food everything in this, this life in America? So I guess that's my thing, just devil's advocate. If you really just want to know how many people, that's all you want to know. Right. Right. So why do you need to know if they're citizens because if you're a United States citizen, your taxes are different than if you're, if you're not correct? Okay. You don't get AM. If you're here illegally, you don't get taxed at all right? So there is no way to tax. You. You have no sense is just to see literally. Ahead. Get a head count. You know, you'd have to tell everybody to line up in the streets, and be like great. We're going one by one. Yeah. So to me. Now that you have this, like the rest of it's all going to fall and crumble, all this other shit's going to crumble to nobody has any fucking answers. We were watching that debate last night, and all they did was bring the guy in the and the daughter who died that photo. I'm reminded of a story is pretty much all they said, much all the time, not one single person how to solution or an answer now they would just get really passionate about something and like raise up and raise their voice and talk about leadership and change. But I don't think I heard one actual solution, nothing. Yeah. You know why because you don't have to pay for it. You don't have to pay for it. You don't know how to stop it. The reason why you don't have to pay for it is, you know, how many people are fucking living near so you don't know what money or resources to dedicate. All, you know, is the border patrols like we're strained? We can't take care of all these. We can't do any of this shit because we don't have enough funding. Why don't you have enough funding people to tax? Live there like it's pretty goddamn simple. So this is gonna this to me, this decision that just came in right now. Get lock who's going to go on forever. People bitch at Trump about one and build a wall. It's some solution. It's a solution anything just an last night. We watched the debates the democratic debates nothing. Nobody had one even I owed of a solution. Just like you gotta do something man is going to continue to happen after this. So I think you're fucking done with it. I don't I don't see them doing anything. The see them doing anything Gration wise or really trying to change things. You'll never know how much tax Pete now. We're what twenty trillion in debt or something crazy, like that's going to keep skyrocketing? China will own us completely outright by, like twenty fifty 'cause they're buying up. They, they own all of our debt. Right. Tell what's, what's to stop them from saying, hey, more, not gonna pay this anymore. Fuck you guys. Yeah. I would if I were them coming, so until then we're just going to rage, and I'm might even throw another dollop on the old balls here on the old. Dangles just because just why not at this point you know. The other thing that I really wanted to get into with you here. Jabes Jaber ham Lincoln. Is the new horror films that are coming out? They keep getting more and more graphic in violence. To the point where it's like, man, we just going to see somebody murdered live on screen and asked to somebody, and they're like, dude. I'm just saying, like faces a death. Like, that's what that was. And I was like shit. You're right. Yeah. But those were real real people getting right? We're getting close to that. And like horror movies, and shit. What do you mean? There's a thing with. It's so the new chapter two comes out. There's a bloodbath scene that pushes hor to the brink of pure fucking madness. Obviously, I'm going to go see it because. Come on. I'm definitely now going to go see this because I wanna see how far you took it. But you go when you go up to that start killing human, brother. Bring about the faces death paying people to like. Like commit suicide or something. I think I think you're gonna casting probably. Yeah, that's probably like an underground thing that's going on, on the dark web. Right. Where it's like, hey, if you offer yourself, I'll give your family two or three million guide. Yeah. Probably right. Because you can get all kinds of ship. Women socks. Old party balloons. A child's birthday party with a yeah. Where they use them as water balloons, and they're like broken the pieces on the ground. Yeah. I wanna smell that pieces of grass in it. Yeah. Yeah. Where you're like man. That's really well explicit anything. You can think of there's someone else that is thinking about the same thing. So if you could pay for something to be filmed, and sent to you, what would it be some fucked up? What nothing what are you talking about? Nothing that I could pay someone to film. Yeah. No. Not now you can go, what is this? What is this? Know if there's something fucked up that I want somebody to film, and send to me, what's yours. I think it would be somebody correctly, using an apple remote for like six hours straight correctly. Yes. So you have to log in. So what I do is I give you this, I give you my apple TV, but it strips. Right. There's one hundred eighty apps on there. Okay. So I want you to go through every app re enter your Email, and your username, and you can't fuck it up. Like you can't fuck up one of these apps. Right. And you just have to turn it on. So I wanna see somebody go through every single app on stripped, enter in my full Email address, and their name never fuck it up. And then lot of people's like nightmare, right? But this is what I want filmed incentive me where if you're trying to think of things that would make you happy in this world watching that kids watch video games all the time. And they pay for it on twitch all. Is they sit there and watch other kids play video games. Not even better than them. Sometimes just kind of shitty just like, hey, man. Why are you watching that? It's in there and other kid playing video game that you have the dance in their defense. I watch people buying houses. As I'm buying a house. I watch people cook food. Their house. Why did you look at me? Like that was the most fucked up question. I ever asked. Like, maybe I don't know. It was like coming off this, like horror movie like, hang people to commit suicide. And then, you're like, what's the most fucked up thing that we want those like Alba weird for six hours? Yeah. Because that's to me. That's super Funk's out like that tiny little apple remote just for six out, no mistakes. So if you make a mistake to start all over again. Go the full six and re use password. Right over and over and over again. And so you get it rights. And the last step of it is to go to net flicks and fast forward to two minutes and just get right on the nose. Using apple remote and just fast forward and get it right on the nose. So you don't miss it and have to go. Puck. Of buck. Missed it. Miss it. That's all I do all day long where it's like how many times have I call announcing today show, this is awesome? This is amazing. No watching twelve minutes of the same program. I just watched to show you a ten second clip, because I can't use that God damn remote. And that's what I pay top dollar for. See that happen. Okay. For six hours, you like a nightmare us would have to be something in, in the cooking world or. Daines footage edited together. I wanted for you, as far as fucked up. I think it would be hilarious to see every Anthony bourdain episode, but the shit that didn't make it. And when he was screaming at people would love it because, you know, screamed at his cast and crew, here's what I would want. So, like I told you there's a moment when he's done with the interview like, when it's gone. South and he's over it. He says, let's go to the wide and the people, the, the guest doesn't know what that means, but his crew all means that means he's done. He doesn't wanna do this anymore. They're going to set it for the one just be done. Right. So I wanna see like the five minutes before and see it just disintegrate or just get to the point where like, what it what it is. That makes him say, let's go to the wide. Because he just interrupt. He'll like interrupt them just be like going to the wide like. Just be done with it when you want to see that footage. Yeah. Really said, yeah. I have a feeling I know what it is show because they showed one portion of it with the tuna sandwich. He was trying to tuna sandwich somewhere and it was his favorite tune, so yes. Yes, higher world and he goes, look, I don't care what you have to do. Get me this fucking tuna sandwich from this one, weird Asian place wherever they were. Yeah. Yeah. That he always would go to, and it was always there. And then he went there wasn't their production needs yelling at production needs. Like what the fuck is the problem you can't fuck and find me this thing in all of bubble blah. Yeah. Yeah. And then he got it and they were like they took it from the store, put it in the packaging, and, like, totally outed, his whole snot, even right? But I'm gonna eat it. Imagine just having six to eight hours of boarding footage of been, like, hey, man. The fuck are we doing here? That would be. Yeah. That would be pretty hilarious. Yeah. I'd sit down and watch that. Oh, yeah. For one behind the scenes they didn't go too much into, like his blowups, but they do have a behind the scenes show in that last season when he died. So they do have a behind the scenes cut together, and it's a lot of that. Okay. And they're like he wasn't mean. No, he, he was particular. He wanted things the way he was. Sure. And I can understand that. I'm sure you can, if you could pay money for that footage. It's probably what you do. Yeah. Definitely want that. I can't think of anything I don't, I think of anything else fucked up that I would want. Oh, really? Yeah, man. I go through a laundry list of just weird things that I'd like people to do, and then send it in. Okay. I mean I. Yeah. Again, the apple remote is number one where share. Yeah. I wanna see I wanna see a direct TV customer service rep call in and get to get to a human in under twelve minutes. You want someone to call direct TV. I'm get to. Yeah. But who works there? And the reason why I bring this up specifically, I, we had a problem with Bank of America recently. Danny's behind camera. That few problems with peg America problem is, it's like the cellphone shit. We were talking about earlier, pretty much down to two banks, this point near down to Bank of America, Wells Fargo depending upon where you live. I Wells Fargo was so shitty that was resigned with the fact that I was going to be with Bank of America, and the rest of my life, and there's nothing I could do about it. Their customer service trying to get a hold of them, especially, like small small business banking. It's great. You can get right through. And the commercials are like somebody calling like guys. His off. Okay. Do you need help with your, you know? No reverse cowboy help getting fucking spread eagle jets, yeah, I do Bank of America problem is you never do that for me. And I was on the phone. There was a breaking point one day where I completely lost it because it eats up half my day with customer service. It was a breaking point where I was on hold for an hour and twenty minutes with Bank of America, small business customer service, and it just kept dead at. In that same fucking song. They play over and over again. You can hear it like you do sound you can hear it that little click click, and then it that at, and it's in that click that, that it gives you this hope inside your heart that somebody's going to answer your like jewel like it's good. You Julius somebody there. Nope. It's just that song repeating again, another three minutes. But data. Keep for holding. So it was like the level of anger that I was at that day was to the point of I was like, all right. The guy who had fucking giving me this account and said, surreal, have no problem setting this up on your own at home. Just take it on home, and we'll send you everything in a box in all your shitting box, and then just calling. We'll hook it up. So in my mind, I'm on the phone. It's at the one twenty Mark, I'm on Twitter. And since verified on that bullshit, I'm literally documenting what's happening with, with this and everybody's dying laughing, so I'm like men. I've thought about sixty eight ways to kill myself inside my house right now for the Bank of America shit, or whatever. And then what they do. If you're verified, is they send you a private message and they're like, sir. Sorry, having problems. Could you personally, and we'll take care of this right away? They did. So I did like another twenty six minute gap, and I was like fuck this charged up my laptop because I was using a desktop at the office charged up my. Laptop, I had the phone and I had that charging at the same time. So what I did was unplugged. It unplugged laptop drove with the laptop up in the phone still going cute the banks, you fucking branch went in and ask for the manager. And I said, hey man, remember when you hooked me up with all this shit? You said it's going to be soups easy. I was on an hour twenty eight but it's got to the Bank, so fucking ridiculous on speaker. And I just put that there, and I brought my laptop in put both of them on his desk, and I go, here's what I'm gonna do. Because you work here and he goes on God, sir. So I am so embarrassed by all this shit whatever and I go, here's what I'm gonna do because you work here is I'm gonna leave this on your desk. He's, I want you to hear the same song that I've been listening to for an hour and twenty eight minutes. You said this is so easy. So I want you to call your person, you can use my computer. It's already opened in my account is up. You work here. You sold me on this. You dump son of a bitch. I wanna see you do it. And it was like, oh, yeah, is this real? And I was like, I'm not going anywhere. And I haven't been because this this, fucked my whole day. So I'm here. Let's do it. Right. And so he tries to call this mother fuckers on the phone. Yeah, thirty six minutes. He works at the branch. He's a manager. He couldn't get their own customer service on the phone finally breaks through the two of us are huddled next to each other behind his tiny desk. Typing in the information hookup count. Right. This is just to connect the account, we do it together. Dan was doing this go by myself? This was the last one. Got it. We finally do this together after thirty six minutes, and it was like I'm sorry, sort of still having the same problems. And I go, yeah, but imagine if I hadn't come in, and I just held up the phone. Two hours and four minutes. I'm now on with Bank of America. No one answered and I go so next time you think about telling people to sign up for a small business, and it's so easy to o- once again at home. Just. No. This was two hours, four minutes of a human's life, that I couldn't get back. I was like most people aren't even in the labor for two hours and four minutes I could have fucking baby in that time maybe even twins. The point that I was on the phone when I actually gave birth to this new accounts, and they were just like, oh my gosh to this day because I still have to see this dude, he asked about it. And he goes remember that day you came in, like how fucking crazy was that? Okay. Let's even crazier than I lived it. Like I'm still alive to talk about it. I laughed because it's just you guys. It's all the time. What that with everything? What do you mean? That kinda shit. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. With you. Yeah. All the time all the time. That's how you handle and deal with Uber. Uber. Dan, selling saying Uber what happened with Uber? Oh, this is the best every time. So, and I've been doing this with, Dan. I was like, hey, Dan, man. Why don't you use my phone call over just get an Uber over here, every time the driver never shows up and they can't they cancel the ride, and like never rating suss what I thought right? So I was like, man, what is my rating, it actually wasn't that bad as I thought it was, it was a four point eight, which is not bad. No, it's not bad. Right. So that's what I thought it was Dannon. I've traveled to thirty different cities together at this point, not one single time. Have we been able to get Uber or always wonder, like is it really that it doesn't work for you or is it because you are? So ready for it not to work. And I wonder if that's what like that's what I always wonder about you. I'm like, are you already in your mind when you're calling? And you're putting that energy out there just like visit going to work north and fucking over works Bouba, and then it doesn't or is it really just never working for you? I can't I don't know the answer to that. And I don't know if we ever will write think there's a to answer for all of it, and it simulates, I have no problem with Hoover right stimulated. I have no problem. I don't know. I do. I think simulated world. I think whatever the character is. Everybody's got weird quirks. Right. Who's controlling all the shit. And I think whatever the character is being like men would really get him today is another missed because he always gets gotten. I mean because getting this guy. And I have no explanation for other than simulated world. And we were simulated world you need to change your character because they can't get outside of this dimension. But you need to change your mindset and your character so that somebody else's can trae will start making things work for you. Because you did something to somebody at some point in your simulated world, or whatever that, they're, they're not a never going to work for you. It's the guy who's running it like the sim guys on. Then that'd be a fun fucked up thing to do. This conversation. San antonio. Somebody to the similarly. This guy flat out this old sound engineer audiobook, and hang out. You're spending ten thirteen hours a day with these people, and you get to hang out with them and I was joking around about the similar goes. Oh, yeah. Fully fucking believe it. Starting to a man I'm starting to, to. We're gonna get to the revolution figure of the day, shall we James, we shall reason? I'm dressed like this. The old groti kid the Daniel son, t shirts got the band Danna on a buddy of mine. Who just randomly popped up from high school, which is like, hey, man. I'm in the new karate kid check me out on season two on YouTube. And I was just like I didn't I wasn't even I didn't know he was an actor to be honest with you. There is a season one there's two seasons. And, and it's huge. It's their most watched series. So like it'll probably go for like five or six seasons to be honest with you. And we were talking to Jamie producer and he said he, he watched it and loved it. Well, I flipped on this episode to see my buddy and it wasn't bad. It was pretty fucking good. But I'm sure those guys I'm saying revolution today. I'm sure those guys looked back at that movie because it was so famous was so big. And then they didn't really do anything after that. And they probably we're thinking, like fuck, man. I'll probably I'll never do anything again. And then being thirty five years later. Hey, I like to reboot the karate kid and make it into a TV show. Show. Yeah. I'd love to like, what a dream that is probably like Stephanie Tanner, coming back from full house, you know. Oh, yeah. He was like, oh, we're doing this again. I would love to I need that in my life ring wets. Let's get wet so wash gets what? Oh, yeah. She gets. She's shia. She grew up. She really grew up. No. I mean she parties hard. I don't know if she still doesn't anymore. But yeah, I think it was something about it. Might be a blind item phase. She kinda relapse a little bit after the show. It was a crazy situation with her her now ex. Yes. And dro- they were like ghetto shit was something fucking create. Right. That's all I know. But yeah, 'cause you live your life. You're never think you're going to get the call. Right. So you get the call and you have to be like, okay guy, we've been doing this ghetto ass white trash shit. Like I need you to go because I'm going to get back into my tenor and they get back into my shit, but this was fun. But so all these guys and they even brought back. Who's the sense as since John crease? Yeah. Yeah. They brought him back. He looks greats those guys look great in the show is. Remarkable pretty fucking good. And if YouTube continue on this path with good TV series, that could be mega someday, but we'll see so far, they've got that one. I really don't dig anything else I've ever seen on there, because there are always like, would you like to go into premium? And I'm like, what else they're like, oh, you can listen to music videos with your phone close in your pocket at the gym. It's like what fucking world do I want to connect those dots right, there, isn't one? So I just go to apple music, bro. And just turn my shit on, like I don't need to put a music video playing in my pocket in the background, or is that how it okay I don't know. I don't know if their whole stitches, but either way, congrats, congrats on my buddy. That was huge. They should enjoy. I'm from Georgia. So a high school friend in a lot of people are kind of dabbling in it of, like, oh, man, I want to be an extra kinda get like two or three lines. Yeah. And that's that's awesome. So I was stoked when that popped up fee. Eight. Japes simulated world. I mean so only explanation for all your and I do want to give it one last final update before we go off air, the snake brand prickly heat, Rick, Ben it has settled in nicely to genitalia. And it was a rough start really, really rough starting able to recover. Yeah, but I'm going to be real with you. If I if I do this two or three more times, I'm gonna build up a tolerance and this could be the way to go man. So when appreciate you and your magic Asian powder, really love it. Jesse wise, Maneka, the jails, I am Ross Patterson. This is the revolution good night's everyone.

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Sam The Cooking Guy Says Get A Knife  Also Slap Boxing

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Sam The Cooking Guy Says Get A Knife Also Slap Boxing

"This is Doug Monroe cookers. Texas embedded correspondent. You're listening to the barbecue. Central ships the board here for the really big barbecue show Boeing we cook because we have to and we grill because we we want to get me a great show. A Big Fan Boeing. What what's the problem here is dead in the crackle? Oh what a laborious Dog Ship each working on right now and it just like that. We are in the second hour that's right barbecue central show and talk about barbecue and grilling Shenanigans And rarely do we do it but we do it for this guy whenever he wants. We blast off the second hour with guests regular first Tuesday. The Bunch Guest Sam the cooking guy. Hi Sam Greg how are you. I'm fine how are you Excellent how's your muscular. Choose you know what I don't have any musculature did trust me. I wanted to ask issue because I we were talking a couple weeks ago about like when the first time we started communicating was and As I always have everybody each and every week it always seems like it's two to three three years for me but it's really been like ten or eleven years. Since the first time I saw my first same live cast and then felt like I had enough balls to reach out and ask a question and and that's kind of where it ended up coming from however you know there was a point when you had add more weight on your frame and it seems over the last handful of years you've really been able to find a workable. Wait that looks healthy. You look good you you look a little muscular. Chew and I'm wondering I'm wondering like what what you do. What did you get into you know what I don't really think I'm trying to be careful what I eat? It's funny you know what so. So the most recent episode we put up with the The cheeseburger TACO. And we shoot. And then Max ax goes away and he edits in any sense to me and then I make comments. Hey can you short ned t. I think we miss this part. They're made this comment and as I was watching it yesterday yesterday I Yell Kelly. She goes what she comes running like. Something's wrong I go. I actually don't look fat in this Video and she just roles horizon walks away so I feel like I'm not doing anything other than maybe being a little careful and possibly Trading alcohol calories for food calories. I'm not sure if that's doing it but you're not you're not Doing any cardio Humani kind or and you know and I really need to be. I'm definitely advancing in years and I just don't want all this this shit just a fall apart. One day like those like those western towns in the movies. They look great from the front but they're only a couple interesting and then there's boards holding the facade. I want that to be me in years. Yeah all right just from a visual standpoint. The way you ever decide. Do you ever decide to leave your wife. I'll be ready for you all right here. We go I supported all my fellow supported now. Is it just me Sam or one of US perhaps developing yet a new restaurant in little Italy at the little Italy eatery district out there Well since I'm in San Diego Cleveland title. Yes there is a chance both of us were definitely one of us. And it's definitely you definitely me definitely but I'll try and trick you but you caught right onto it. So what's going on with this. I just saw it so I had to ask you so you On currently you haven't seen it but I mean apart from what we saw in you know in in some of the youtube videos. I'm currently one of six little Food stations in the little Italy food all right and We're doing well. We're really happy. Really happy looking for other other not not Taco locations by lights. But we're kind of Really good first. Location and second locations gotta be grades. Razer were being very cautious. That being said there is a space that has been available. Because it's brand new literally thirty defeat Maybe forty feet across the plaza from where we are just on the other side of the fountain. It's small words only sixteen six hundred square feet and so my partners Came and they said we think we do something we had all kinds of ideas including it being little markets markets That you could get a bottle of wine you know baguette. Some bread Some cheese and this and that and after a few months of scratching in thinking we came to the conclusion that we're going to do a bar and small eatery essay small eatery. I mean a kitchen. That's probably four hundred square feet not even a stove a proper stove. So we'll be salads and warm and cold sandwiches during during the day and then nighttime four o'clock we'll switch to more bar snacky kind of food Charcuterie meat boards and cheese boards and combinations and flat breads and stuff like that Just to throw it out there because I'm not one to tell you how to do your business. This guy. The cooking Sam in the chat room says maybe not not Baba Ganouch about that Shit. What why did idea ever Robert Deniro Stan? Well he he must know he's almost your name. He's guide the cooking and you're the cooking got it only makes sense. That Baba Canoe would be on both of your minds while we constantly evolving produced fan. I mean of course. Do you have A. It's no surprise that I have no idea what Bob good news. It's roasted eggplant Who Tell us skin really black because in the oven? Then you take it on you scrape the pulp and garlic and and you know stuff like that. It's really good. That sounds really lives right right in that same get love world as as Hamas all right. Well I I mean I love. Is that a swarm thing to like what I find that is swarm restaurant or no I guess potentially. It's not something you would put you would put Potentially Hamas in your swamp you. It'd be unlikely you would put Above it would be a dish that would serve. You know pita chips and stuff like all right so I mean this is GonNa work potentially in hand in hand with if not tacos or is just going to be something that you and your partners are going to create entirely separately. You'll just be relatively close to both locations About sure what hand in hand me. I guess the question is these will just be two completely separate entities except for ownership in the fact that you'll be able to see one in the other depending on where you're standing Yes we're sort of calling it an an extension of the little Italy food whole those well. There will be another bar in there. Yeah it's GONNA be part bar the bar you can sit at outside seating and then the the small kitchen behind glass Because the windows windows were roll up all the way and the you know the regulations they roll up. You've got a completely enclosed the kitchen But then the the seating area will be not like less tables US and more SORTA couches low seating furniture coffee tables. We're trying to make it sort of family room deal very comfortable. You know so if you have a different fuel at night lower level lighting that kind of stuff the food hall is Brighton. Noisy all the time and this'll be this'll be very different and we're excited you can't. It's hard to go within a stones throw of the Food Hall right now and get sort of a casual sandwich. Did you don't have to sit down for you'll be it to come in and get one and take away easily or outside or you all feel to come in and buy a bottle of wine or some beer and take it away or enjoy right there right. That kind of thing when is is is there any kind of date for this or I mean just still very beginnings Now we're where well under construction now And very likely will be the We're looking at The end of September. Sorry the end of January right now. Oh Wow all right. So we're literally weeks away. Where weeks away a couple the way? Yeah yeah all right saying the cooking guide joining me here on the show You just did You had mentioned the cheeseburger Taco but I wanted to bring up This other one that you just recently Ali released video wise the beyond meat. Big Mac I'm not too interested in the big Mac portion of it but I do want to pick your brain about beyond meat and and plant based protein in the video. You're you weren't poo. pooing plant B.'s Plant based protein. But you were kind of trying to figure out. How can you say protein and plant based based on the same sentence? I mean I get all of the the weird verbiage that goes on. I didn't I prefer plant based protein than plant based meat because I think that that is really weird plant based protein. I can kind of get behind because I understand. There's a distinction to some degree. So let me ask just just from a grand scheme because we we have seen in two thousand nineteen we have there have been you know the crappy being burgers and all of a sudden. They've been out forever. But Twenty one thousand nine hundred specifically start a little bit twenty eighteen thousand nineteen specifically has seen an onslaught of plant based proteins. A lot of them beyond an impossible really really hitting the Burger market to a firm To a fevered pitch type of degree. What is your take on plant based protein in general and then we can Kinda dig down drill down into the beyond meat burglary look. I'm not opposed to it at all. Oh I do see how there's a real audience for it I know I know personally. quite a large handful of people. Oh that some choose never to eat meat products but some like the change it up and and when they found out there was a viable option. They were very happy and I'm happy for them so they've got something different to go to and I have I- somewhere in one videos. We did A. Would I call what we call the vegetable Burger and it was vegetables. It was grilled peppers onions and carrots. And and you know mushrooms and Shit like that and I joked that it wasn't like people people would call a veggie Burger and it would be full of frigging nuts and twigs and that kinda junk so now that something comes along that they say not just looks like it. But here's like it's Bleeds like it. I mean they were saying that in the beginning. I don't know if they say that anymore. Because you you can see a lot my turn off like full vegetarian. Yeah but also saying that anything. Any meat bleeds is completely preposterous. It's it's not blood it's hemoglobin of. It's not blood but it's a it's an easy thing. It was an easy Visual Rarer Asian. Ah to point out verbally. Give people an idea immediately. What was going on so i? I think it's okay you know I was skeptical going into it first time I'd had it And I also you as you saw also bought sausages ultimately. I thought you could fool somebody with assault with one of the sausages before you could with the me but you saw me if you watch the video it sears. Like a steak like like a hamburger burger. It gets a crust on it like a hamburger. It doesn't smell right. It doesn't smell like a hamburger when you smell it raw at at all in fact the thing that confused me as I said it says cook it to an internal temperature like one hundred and whatever it was one hundred sixty five ever whatever. The number was right. Wait a minute it should just be able to do this shit right now. It's plant based so what is GONNA go wrong. Like if I eat it without cooking it I still don't understand that you know I'm the lazy son of a bitch and haven't done any research to find that out I should. I should probably go look that up but but I was curious about that So it doesn't smell like it looks like it. The taste though is kind of close The texture I don't think close and when I cut it open and they showed the inside of it. You know you looking at a burger. Yeah like a regular You Know Vif Burger because it has has a strange texture sports you tight. You'RE GONNA The saints more like packed and not nearly as loose. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's way more packed up. So that was the Burger I don't WanNa give anything away but extent use it again And you'll you know it was interesting is an interesting experiment you can watch that one coming up But the Sausage Austin that I cooked it was it tasted like it like a season sausage like some version of a bratwurst. Got Worse Greg. It was rather surprising and it looked quite like one when it was cut inside replicated sausage much more than the their burger order. Replicated the inside of a Burger but it was funny because it did not take charge did not get grill stripes like a regular sausage what uh-huh so look The fact that they are as far ahead as they are amazing and yet. I'm one one of these guys. I'm still amazed you're GONNA make a telephone call now. They're now they're taking things that are not burger or pork or beef life and making them very much like those things pretty impressive. Yeah for sure now. Are you so impressed that you guys were sourcing for an N.. T. We are not so fast but we just started the conversation you know after after the the cheeseburger Taco we finished shooting and the camera goes down down. And we're packing up and stuff Jelly Max's wife. Who runs audio said you know? Why do you not have a Option for this down not I you know. I don't know that many people are asking for it yet. We have Eh. We have a A protein style option. So you don't have the one of flour tortillas made with Lard it's the least and it doesn't. It doesn't get a whole lot of attention which is fine. I'm not saying that it would be any different with the with the meat thing but this is one of those things from a business perspective. Were you and the partners would have to decide. We're going to buy X. AMOUNT WE'RE GONNA put it on the menu for X.. Time will promote it to a certain degree and see see if it takes off and if it doesn't then you know forget about and do it as you would do it as a ground beef product. Not as any type of patio or Burger look alike. That's correct yeah. I don't have a burger look like like our our cheeseburger Taco is Brown to be. That's you know chopped up on the flattop When we opened we opened with two vegetarian options was a Tofu Veggie Taco? Oh all done in a wok with the like pesto vegetables and stuff and the other one was a big salad and the current Salad Salad got very little love. Even though it was honest it was my favorite Probably always will be. But I think people came in and they went lovers Korean short workmanship and smokey pork and Mac and and cheeseburger and MEATLOAF. Whatever all that I can make egg salad at home? So why have a deer trail it was it was it was creating so and then when it went in one of our you know amazing soured for tears with tomato. Don't let us and whatever it was really even better by. So that was the low man on the Totem Pole. We cut that off the bottom line Caspian ever since. It's so hard to say. Will there be bigger command or demand for curve beyond Burger Product. We'll find out I don't know I think it's likely we'll run an experiment at some point for sure Sam a a couple of minutes left here with you and I appreciate the time this evening from a gift giving because we are now in the teeth of the holidays when people are asking you what should I buy my husband my wife. If they're in the live fire cooking in general whether the top two or three things that you're recommending in twenty nineteen I I always go to A good digital instant read thermometer. I think almost everybody in the barbecue world seems to own one Being said you're GONNA have listeners new to this new gain and it is your best friend. There is no need any more. Whether you're steak is done to where you want it and I understand that the the maybe the pros that push it on on the palm of their hand bullshit. But I've asked a bunch of meat not gauging the fitness of my thumb pad versus assist. I was trying to cook and you know Rubai Cooks different than in New York did attend versus then attended. So if you knew Leonard Thirty five is medium meeting rare for you. Buy One of these things makes Makes a great one but they are a little expensive and there are other options that are way less expensive the work maybe not in three and a half seconds but maybe five and that's okay but the old school loves to take off seconds. It's just a pain in the answer. Not that good good for cooking a Turkey and you're going up the oven four and it takes an extra ten seconds. You're losing all the heat. It takes a lot of recovery time so get a digital thermometer monitor get a cast pan. Yes because you've gotTa have one you can buy them season now and even though their season they don't take a little breaking in As you have a cast iron pan and you live in a horrible weather country and you WANNA grill but you don't WanNa Grill outside in the rain or sleet or snow. You've got I get. I cast iron grill pen flat on one side rich on the other one of the greatest things I O. I always tell people about those. No one's ever been disappointed and I think you were picture of thing that I bought for a friend and then bought myself. I bought myself. Stick a stake branding iron you you did it was it was motive you about ten fifteen minutes ago. I sent you a picture of my logo branded into a steak. Looks like a Burger. But it's a it was a A rabbi that sort of puffed up cooking showing it on the camera right. Now that's UNBELIEV. It's a IT'S A it's A. It's two two and a half inches. You can't go bigger than that because if you WANNA do a little steak and you WANNA use that it's not electric heated up on open. Fire it was. I think I think it was about one hundred twenty bucks or or maybe one hundred fifty. I bought one for a friend. Who's WHO's a huge grilling fan huge grilling fan? And he's a guy that has almost anything when it comes to roll and I we knew he wouldn't have one of these with his logo on it so I bought him one of those and as I was ordering it. How do I get get one for myself? Now you have now. I have a nice all right last question. What what do you want for the the holiday season if money was no object? What would you want I? I don't even I know Wow I haven't thought about that. I don't I really bad person two by four. 'cause I never really want anything Holy Shit Man Need Nice. Oh Yeah you put knives on the list. People always need a good night one night. Just get one good nice and don't make it like twelve inches long for God's sakes nobody can use that. Did one seven eighths chef's knife you'll be fine honestly great I have no I More hair Saturday. Is that appropriate. I hear that bring. That may hair Santa Claus has come to both of us than Oh my goodness all right there you can check him out at the cooking. Guy Dot Com. Get all the recipes him but not not tacos dot com as well and then we will check in next month for the update on the new place. Sam have a great holiday season. Happy New Year to you until then and we will do it again next year. Right Pal I do. I do hope to do. Just talk to you before but thank you anyway. All right. We'll talk to you okay. Cooking going to a meeting got to go to a meeting. I'm feverishly looking at this picture that he gave me so. The website is called old. BRANDING IRONS DOT COM. Let's go ahead and check out what they have Wood leather food food. Yeah that's what we want all right. So we'll click on food. Branding irons single ladders. Two to three letters burs single letter A. Through Z.. Western style Blah Blah Blah Looking for a logo custom steak branding iron custom stainless steel food. Branding Iron I kind of Fire heated. What does that mean that one looks electric and it's very expensive? Holy Moly two point. Seven five inches was two point seven five inches looking for something a little smaller. I think two and a quarter two and a quarter inches for a custom food brandon fire heated three hundred ninety four dollars. WHOA that right? That'd happy right. I'm looking at the other one but it doesn't have a price on it. That one's a that was round but it says custom and then there is a custom steak branding iron. But I don't know if you can do logo with that that's a little. Uh I mean that's still expensive for branding one hundred sixty bucks but it's custom I guess and they probably have to do setup. Probably I don't know I I don't I don't know if if branding irons or the way to go you know are you gonNA break. He sent me a picture of a Burger with his logo burned into it. But don't we all know that no matter what Burger you put on A. It's going to get covered by a bond and before the ban on is gonna get covered by a piece of cheese. Diane me weighs in on the instantchat. I don't think I'd get a branding iron if I had children. Look I think there's a lesson to be learned there. If the kid is going to touch the branding iron how many times touch it once going to touch it once. That's it. That's the biggest question that I get when I break out the art flame is. Isn't that a hazard. Because you know you're burning alive fire in the middle of it whether you're doing charcoal or cooler would it's a huge steel cooking implement it stays hot forever and ever and ever and could a kid walk around and stick their hand up there he absolutely would. They get burned absolutely they would get burned but it would happen on any grill. You can walk up to any grill. That's on put your hand on it if your kid and burn the shit out of your hands just like you would on a branding iron. Probably it's probably less. There's less potential than burning their hand on a branding branding iron depending on. If you're just leaving it on the floor hot then they would going up to a grill and touching it and potentially burning so always be cognizant of your children. If you're going to be irresponsible parent. You shouldn't be in live fire. Your you're banned from live fire what I'm doing today. If you're an irresponsible parent do us all a favor. And you are not allowed how to be alive. Fire Cook now. Please write that Sam the cooking guy and a now. I got to figure out how I'm going to catch up here or reload as it were because my format is totally really blown. Talk to you quickly about Green Mountain grills makers of some of the best pellet cookers out there on the market today couple couple different lines to choose from the original line which I have to of. There's also the prime line crimeline is built a little bit more heartily has a little bit more tack on it. You got to instant. I'm sorry to internal meet probes instead of the one that you would find on the original line. Jim Bowie Daniel Boone Davy Crockett Doc. It all three the same across no matter what they be. Crockett is your portable option. So if you are really in the midst of Oncoming College Football Playoffs football playoffs and end of the regular season. You want something to take with you as you love pellet woodfire goodness Davy. Crockett is what do you WANNA use. If you don't have access to a traditional power outlet don't worry about that they have a twelve volt adapter. You can plug it right into the twelve outlet in your car and is powered running running. You're not sacrificing a great amount of quantity for portability. You can stick a bunch of food and they're gonNA taste great you you just stick it in your trunk or the back of your truck or van or Suv and away. You go back home easy to transport to again twelve technology. Great stuff Daniel Boone. Jim Bowie bigger ones. Go on your Patios or maybe a big ASS truck rolling right up whatever. The Prime Line has twelve technology on both of those classic line. You'RE GONNA need a three pronged outlet in order to fire up. Prime Line has looking windows on the main cooking chamber and the Pellet L. at hopper both of them have the opportunity to be outfitted with pizza oven. Come on you gotta get. I'm telling you right now. It should be law law. But if you get a Daniel Boone or a gym buoy that you have to get the pizza oven and now maybe you're allergic to gluten. Maybe you hate pizza with a passion. I'm not talking to you. People for the rest of us. Don't have those afflictions or terrible pallets. You gotTA gotTa get the Pizza Oven. It's so fun you simply pull the guts out of the cooker you slam the pizza oven down on top of it in a way you go set the temperature wherever you want it three hundred. I'm fifty degrees. We'll get you about seven hundred degrees on the stone. That's where I kind of liked to live at maybe a little less than that. Three Twenty three twenty five. But if you want to take it up to a five hundred on the cooker you're hovering right into the thousand degree mark in that pizza up for me too risky but starts to get loose when it starts start to turn. There's no coming back. It's a very very tight window now. If you're a mad frampton you can probably run hotter than that. But he is a pizza expert expert of the war. I make pizza expert from time to time uncertain weekends and if a less use has my pizza dough balls is ready to go. I don't make my own dough. Forget it but I can make any kind of want. They're all done two to three minutes. Let's go cauliflower. Trust on Diane. I like like that. GotTa try that next time out all right we will be right back as we venture into the last part of the show. You WanNa take part you jump into one six two two zero zero nine six six you can also email the show greg at the BBQ central show dot com and the website to get those grills. I was talking about Green Mountain. Grills Green Mountain grills dot com sauces rubs accessories. All that other stuff CARAMBA right back And continuing continuing to produce incredibly mediocre content in an exceptionally professional way. You're listening and watching the barbecues central show once again. Here's your host Greg Ramp All right welcome back. This portion of the show brought to by fire board monitor up to six different from temperatures simultaneously connect to Wi fi for cloud based monitoring or connect via Bluetooth. And if you have Alexa or the Google assistant in your house us. You're in luck because fire board is fully integrated with both. You can find out more by visiting fire. Board DOT COM or call eight one six nine four five two two three two eight one six nine four five two to three to today and that is going going to be. I know there's sponsor but that is going to be Item that I am in full agreeance with people recommending. If you're looking for something that is going to give you some remote temperature. Access a great and easy to use interface. Super Simple set up upright out of the box connected. Quickly your local area network get the APP on your own. You can also sign up with the account on your computer. You can see all the graphing you can save everything you can make notes. It's not an automatic temperature control device although there is a port and they do sell a ancillary fan so it can kinda be like one although I I mean I would humbly suggest that if you're going to look for a straight up automatic pathetic control device that you would look over at the barbecue but if you have a fire board you WanNa mess around with the fan a certainly. It's your prerogative your discretion to do that but it's so easy to use. I feel like such a supreme crap for not using it right off the bat when they sent it to me but now I'm in love with it. I loved six exports. So you can have a veritable Cornucopia of temperature probes and internal temperature probes. Whatever makes you like set? Alarms get notified all that. If you're at the grocery store you can easily check in through the APP on where your meat or protein is at and the internal temperature side. It's great I love firebird. Okay still to come on the show. Oh It's me and you together one. Is We talked Sam the cooking Guy Right at the top of the hour until about five or six minutes ago then he had business to attend to so if you want to jump in on the show. Here's how you know what you can get in touch with the show calling to one six to two zero zero nine six six email greg at the BB Jews central show dot com on the twitter instagram said. BBQ Central Show. You can also follow me socially as he just said at BBQ central show on instagram and twitter slash BBQ central show on facebook book. Coming up this Friday and at coming up this Friday on the best moments the barbeque central show in ten minutes. Or less we have episode one hundred and one back in September of of twenty sixteen. If you can believe it almost four years ago rod gray the pit Massar of envy stopped by the show and we did not one one but two segment dissertation on sponsorships for Barbecue teams because everybody back in two thousand sixteen was is all like. How can I get a sponsorship? I should be sponsor. I'm really good. Pay Me Money. Well how are you going to do that. How are you going to go about approaching? What's the ask? Should you be a straight cash taker or are you looking for product that held held a sponsorship even mean anymore well in two thousand sixteen we did our best to cover it in two segments. Rod Did the lion's sheriff. The talking I know but I would say by and large the majority of the content of both in the program that John Put together is evergreen. But if you go back and listen as you if you are just new to the show and you don't know about the best moments the best moments show is a true podcast in every sense of the word where it is dropped into a time to feed once a week. Fridays Ace and you get a shell that has two segments and each of those segments are portions of a Pash show that our ten minutes or less hence the name of the show now some people go. We'll typically dude. It's twenty minutes so I don't even know like what that Shit title means the best moments at ten minutes or less but it's like treading totally understandable. My mission is to make sure that I can infuse you as quickly and as easily as possible mission accomplished thank you again. The concept is this two segments of really great past interviews to tickle you with feather if you will because underneath that you have a link to the entire show so my goal by hope. I'm sure John's hope as well. I'm not trying to talk for John. That if you listen to the best moments that it might inspire hire you to click on the link and go back and listen to the whole show because remember and a lot of cases there might have been two potentially three other guests on that show. That didn't even make the cut out for best of it. Might have been one of your favorite shows ever. You just forgot about it because it was seven years old or ten years old or whatever. So that's what's happening this Friday. Now I do WanNa go back because while I was set to do a love fest all over John Solberg the last week my daughter was in top of the second hour. Now wait a second. Look at me being a hypocrite. Nobody's decided to call me out on it which I certainly appreciate actually the past two weeks which has never been seen before there have been top of the second our guest. That's right last week. Top of the second hour. The freshman from wickliffe bobby ramp courtesy of Villa Angeles. Joseph High School by way of Seton Hill University was back for Thanksgiving vacation and she sat in the top of the second hour and and we went over the freshman season. Don't forget if you're going to be over in that wheeling Jesuit University or whatever the hell they're calling it now because the jesuits it's pulled out I think they just call it wheeling university now if you're going to be over in Wheeling University area Thursday around two thirty the Seton Hill University. Griffin's women's volleyball team will start the run to a national championship as they take on Gannan University. A photo of the peace ac they handily wiped the court with our collective active faces earlier in the year but Seton Hill at a different looking team due to injury at that point and as my daughter stupidly pointed out last week at the top of the second in our they had the best statistical game they had ever had up until that point so so there's a legitimate shopping. You play the Games why to see WHO's going to win we just don't look at it on paper and decide winner loser so there's a legitimate shot bad. It's it's going to be a win. And if they win on Thursday at two thirty they play again Friday at five and if they they win they Play for the chance to advance into the elite eight at five pm on Saturday so there could be potential of winning soft win softball. Awful winning volleyball happening starting Thursday so again if you are in that area and you Perhaps are unemployed because you would be free at two thirty or you WANNA take a vaca- day email me Greg. Add the BBQ central show dot com will probably be hitting up the gymnasium around two PM ebb signing autographs and taking pictures with all the central lights as they start to fill in to support the FAM- as again we start to make the run for a national championship bid. That's wheeling Wheeling University. I think that's what they name it now. Great stuff now as I sidetrack myself. Allow me to say this the Last two week saw the one hundredth episode of the Barbecue Central Show in ten minutes or less and I did want to recognize that just for a few minutes. You know. This was a project that I had thought about doing for some time. The original concept it came from the Howard Stern show. There was a small portion in time. You know that show is ever-evolving there so much archive they're absurd. God make no no mistake. I'm not about to compare my archive of work to Howard's of fifty years or whatever he has but there was a thing called the something nothing about ten minutes or something along these lines so I adopted then made it my own into the best moments of the barbecue central shown ten minutes or less and Howard was playing ten great minutes of a full length episode or interview that he had with somebody and I thought man what a great idea go back pull ten minute clips of a great interview and inspire people to say. Hey I remember that and you know that was a great run back down memory lane or is there any way for me to get that show and go back and listen to the whole thing live which is again but the goal that John and I have is certainly John Wants to put together show. That is entertaining. You and making your mind race a little bit or make you think about certain things. But ultimately we want to continue to bubble up the old episodes episodes and that's why that whole show link is existing underneath and show one was really good but show one hunt. Let me rephrase how show one sounded was good. How show one hundred sounded holding Holding the interview inside. But I'm just talking about you. Know the progression of you know one and Tan and forty and fifty one hundred. We're getting ready to start at at the turn of the year in two thousand twenty year three of the best moments of the Barbecue Central Show in ten minutes or less one hundred episodes one hundred hundred one technically at this point so we have to be now one of the one additional aside from this show. which I believe is the longest running Barbecue podcast it's a show I but it's also a pocket. The best moment show has to be right up there with one of the longest recurring barbecue. Style podcast out there. You have my show you have man and his barbecue with Mickey. He's probably second. He's got a long running show third. I don't know there's a lot of shows. Does that have popped up but there may be just this year. We're starting our third year. The only other show that I can sit here and tell you with a shirt and it's not for public consumption. It's an exclusive contract at podcast. Oh by the way I do it for me. Head at his pitmasters this club. I think I just put episode one hundred eighty five or one hundred eighty six and the canned for him that has to be the third longest running podcast asked so I have to have two of the three if not two of a three of the five or six longest running podcasts. That are currently out there right now or at least uses me in some form or fashion. Technically it's Johnson. It's my show but it's John's Pie. He's the ones putting it all the semantics. It's a team team effort and by team. I mean John Does all the work day. All I'll take credit for it when I cut so if you are a fan of it or you don't know about it you know. Give it another. Try if you didn't like it for whatever reason make sure that your sign up for the podcast. That would always shows goes up Friday morning and sometimes I forget but the progression that he is made in the way that the show sounds and the way he has honed his craft and hosting the best moments of the show has been so exciting to watch he does such a great job you so professional title is great and the cutting of audio. It's just an absolute pleasure to listen to. I listen back to my shows to hear how much of a dope I sound like to try to not sound so dopey the next week but to hear how he goes about putting together. The shows is an absolute loot joy for me to listen to and I. I don't remember a lot of stuff just because there's a such an archive of information back there. I I can't possibly remember all the interviews I've done or this particular thing or that particularly your favorite moment might be different from this guy's favorite moment or this. Gal's Fairmont Erma. This is what I'm saying. John has done such a great job I would. I can't fathom anybody else that I would trust to carry on the best best moments show. Should John Decide that he's had enough or that. A bus hits him or whatever. The case may be The show leaves leaves with John However John Might Leaf so John. No pressure But you're not allowed to leave because I really like doing or having the best moments of the show done every Friday. It's a nice value add. It's a good change of pace and you are terrific partner to work with and I you really value the time that you put in. I mean think about. He's not just randomly picking date out of the archive and then just picking out ten minutes. He's listening to whole shows. I have to. I can't even begin to imagine the hours of shows that he listened to that. He said trash unusable not going to bat gun there. It's a lot of time you know. This show is two hours at a clip so oh just on raw hours alone. The investment that he's putting in huge. It is completely appreciated by me. And I certainly don't want to speak for everybody. What else that are fans of the best moment show but we appreciate that work? We love that so John I bid you a huge thanks. My appreciation is a one that you will never fully come to grasp because by ability to communicate feelings as poor but No that I appreciate it. And you are a valued member of this inner circle team that few are led into. And here's two hundred more or two hundred more three hundred more. Let's get it to be the longest running live fire show. Why not? Let's do it songs. I'm a part of it. We can do this John. Thank you so much we celebrate. You let celebrate John. Cryan luck that Boston force it when we come back everybody has to get to a video monitor. Because I'm GonNa show you something that is absolutely going to blow your mind. No this that when you see the answer is no they do not have this in America. You know they they do not they are not but you're going to want to see it. 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Let's get back to the most homo erotic host out there today. Great Work and that's me your your homoerotic coast portion of the show being brought to you by Smithfield committed cooks. If you are down you WANNA show your Smithfield. Oh Pride get on over to smoking with Smithfield DOT COM or a small fee of like twenty five bucks you get a whole bunch of stuff. Back in return. Last year was towards two hundred dollar retail. I believe but you cool Smithfield swag for the smoking with smithfield dot com that's smokin SM. Okay I n smoke was midfield. Dot Com You can get all of your details there. You can also see if you are a barbecue event promoter you can See if the grant program is still accepting applications now. What let me do that? I should know that committed coach Program Program Grant Program. Let's see all right. Twenty twenty grand program now could lose. He missed out. You missed out however committee cooked programs still open so get on it and we will see how Smithfield Field Fares in twenty twenty promised you this. I assure them on the screen. This guy that made funny banner. Oh that's not it all right. I'll just make a new screen out of A. It's worth it bear with me here. Is I capture. The screen rain screen capture monitor to right here. We go a blow it out now. You can see this right right here with me what you are about to see you know what. I'm not even going to tell you what you're about to see. You're just GonNa Watch it and you're either going to be really scared or you're going to be laughing or both. I gotTa make sure that I'm going pretty high volume because I want to make sure you hear everything. Check this up. ooh Ooh they look now. Can we please start breaking breaking this down immediately. First of all I think this is as as Russian okay so I mean this. This is a slap boxing. Or this is a real thing that happens over there of the guy on the left with the blue. Looks like scrub top. This guy is like tap slapper of Russia if you go to youtube and you put in like a slap fights Russia or something like that. This guy is in every every single one of them. Oh by the way he wins every single one of them. Look at the son of a bitch. Look what's happening here. You got the guy on the left whose easily into three bills. Then you got the guy on the right. WHO has an incredible amount of body modification? Don on his eyeballs are done. He's got tattoos all over the place face tattoos like that's commitment to a tattoo whole nother left. Okay you get tattoos on your face and you are really slimming down the amount of job opportunities that you're GonNa take and here's the rules of this slapping contests you slap the guy in the face and if you don't slap enough shit out of him he gets to slap you and the first one to quit loses and then we move to the next round. That's what happens so at some point the guy on the right smack enough shit out of other people to earn the privilege of of going up against this guy you know my man on the right was feeling pretty strong about himself when he laid this smack on beefcake beefcake Jack Right here look at that the powder flies off his face. It sounds really impressive. and Oh oh no oh my God damn. I'm not done yet. I'm breaking this down as we speak. I'm pretty happy the people this Mac look at that the guy in the blue hardly moves or and boom. He's like Right-back Right-back. He's like okay. Here we go look at the means of look at the meet Paul and this guy guys got tattoo. Meanwhile the guy is about to get smack. Look over look at these tattoos over here. He's got some of it stars unders. There's is butterfly here on the cheek. He's obviously got some eyeball thing going on all. That is not going to help. What is about to happen right here? Hold onto your Hats on Bush. No and that's it for him. I mean look at this guy's face rate where we right here. He's like. Aw Aw ever heard the sound a human makes when he poops himself. That's the sound he makes. His eyes are tattooed. Wow we thought they were like contact lenses. Meanwhile if we could just go right back back to seeing this guy get murdered by the way if we can look here see if you look look down. His right. Hip is tilted back. He's pivoted this face of determination. You can see his left. Hand is cocked up. Like he's about ready to rabbit. Abbott Punch him. But all are levers of motion to lay this smackdown convert look at that. Oh I mean I I I love I love that guy thought. Hey Man I wanna really smack this the guy. He didn't know who he was. He didn't know he was the smack. Box Champ. All right I'll show it to you one more time because you ask. Ah You know if that would have been me. I would have been knocked out literally knocked up anyway youtube but if you want all the way back in the first hour we we talked with Malcolm read first Tuesday of the month regular guest how to barbecue right killer hogs Bq dot com or killer hogs dot com. If you WANNA check out some sauce and packages the Rochelle is put together. Appreciate Malcolm Rolling with me through twenty nineteen and we'll see him in two thousand twenty for sure. We also talk with Emily. detweiler Jeff Stone GRANDPA's Jeff. You're just GONNA have to wait a minute. Can I please get out of my show a proper fash my fault my fault Jeff we talked with KCBS CEO. Emily detweiler taking time out of her vacation. Disneyland talking about the sale of the corporate office. Mother Business Item Wealth Marketing backyard recognition and of the year banquet on January seventeenth and eighteen. And she's like Maybe you could come out. Come on kidding me to the Second Hour Sam. The cooking you guys stopped at the top of the hour until about twenty after and then we showed you slap boxing to end in a Huge show for you next week always meathead will be in. He was out last week. But meathead will be in September eleventh two thousand and one I will never forget till next Tuesday at nine PM Eastern Standard Time. This is your program hosted proud American. Greg revie good night now.

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Grown Up Kids - Episode #39 - The Light in the Forest

Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast

1:33:33 hr | 2 years ago

Grown Up Kids - Episode #39 - The Light in the Forest

"Welcome to grownup. Kids a Disney podcast. I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing that was all started by. Hello. And welcome to episode thirty nine of to this episode is sponsored by Juliet green. Juliette? Thank you for having a very easy named for me to pronounce. I'm Katy and I'm Megan. And today, we're being joined by return guests and good friend Jocelyn. Hey, you back. Absolutely. And for the first time we'd like to welcome Sam how you doing? Hi excited to be here. So we have a new guest this week. Which means we get to do it doesn't he profile again? But a while it has a while. I think so how did you get into Disney? Okay. So like a lot of guests on your podcast. I don't really remember getting into Disney. It's just kind of always been there since I was a kid my sister. And I had you know, the cliche shell full of Disney. VHS clam shell cases. Just like I think a lot of listeners can relate to. I know I asked my mom and dad, and they both said that they remembered watching the wonderful world of Disney on television when they were kids. And I think I think my mom was excited to buy Disney movies for her own kids. Once we came along. And my dad loves taking us to the movie theater. He took me to see The Lion King and Toy Story. I think those might have been the my first two movies that I had seen in theaters. So I would have been like two years old and then three years old. And I don't really remember it. But apparently, I told him I did not like Toy Story when we left the theater because that kids sit was just way too mean to his toy. He always tells me about that. And I'm like, I don't know what you're talking about. That's one of my favorite movies L. That was also my first movie in the theater. Tokyo wasn't. Yeah. Awesome. Yeah. I guess three year old me was feeling like said was a bit to gain. But current does is not remember saying that. So I mean, I don't blame you. So we know your favorite character isn't said, but who would your favorite character b? So this is a tough one. And I thought through a lot of characters before coming on here because it's always hard to pick favorite. And it's always easier to break characters down into categories and pick your favorites from there. But. If I have to go with one it's going to be Nala from the lion. King. Yeah. Had anybody say, Molly. Oh, she is just like, she's a strong and confident character who's also really playful and fun, and she's funny. And I think as a kid I felt like she was someone who would be really fun to be friends with. Which might be because looking back at the movie like she's a really great friend to Simba throughout the whole movie. Like, she goes on all the adventures with him and like he gets into trouble. She's right there with him. And then when they're grown up and reconnect she's like, encouraging him and everything. So that's probably where I got the feeling that she would just be someone who'd be awesome to have as a friend. She friend. Sorry. Didn't mean interrupt you. But she'll just like one of those characters that's a fierce friend. Yeah. Like, you know, if you were friends with Nala like she'd be there for you. Yeah. She's personality. Yeah. And then I think as I've gotten older, and I now have the ability to like overanalyze movies to very annoying point. That's what I think she started to stand out as a favorite because I can recognize that she's a strong female character where there's not really an emphasis put on that fact that she's a strong female character. She just is they don't really make a big deal about that in the movie like look, she's a girl, but she can do a lot of strong things. Like, she just does it, and they never really mentioned it, and I like that. And I like that she has like this sense of a bencher. And you know, she's just as toughest Simba like wrestling with him as kids and then. When they're adults and she finds him again, like she's kind of the one that has this strong, moral, compass, and like this sense of right and wrong, and she's kind of encouraging him to go back to his homeland and defend his family and stand up for himself. And so she's kind of just see her as a tough character who would get things done and like her personality a lot. As far as they she's stronger than Simba 'cause pinging again. For line. Up in that says that I was just gonna say that I'm. Yeah. And I let it because it's not just the line. But it's also a pun because it's a pin. Well, in my mind. Yeah. I like that pen. Alright, what is your favorite Disney movie? Okay. So unlike the characters favorite movie was easy for me. It's The Lion King. It's always been the lion. King. It's one of those things I don't know if you have any of these in your life, but it's one of those things where if you asked me to pick a second favorite Disney movie that would be really hard because I would start thinking through all of them. But if you ask for my top favorite like it has never strayed from The Lion King. It's just in that slot, and it just stays there gated. Yeah. Yeah. All the time. I like I like I said I think flying kings locked in. But if you ask me, my second favorite would be it would change all the time. Just like you said at this moment in time. What's your second favorite right now? Oh, no. It'd prep. It's the Princess and the frog. Underrated needs more love. Yeah. Love that one a lot. We need to watch that one. Again, I think he likes strong female characters who are independent. It probably be safe to say that. Role models. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. Good role models. People look up to. Alright. So if you've been to a Disney park, what would you say your favorite is? And if you haven't been what would be your guests. Okay. So I have been. I've only been to DisneyWorld in Florida one time when I was in second grade, and I know my favorite was animal kingdom because it had that giant tree. And I just remember loving that. And that's where all the animals were. And I was a huge animal lover. So that was definitely my favorite park in more recent years, it's become Disneyland. Just because now I live in California. So I've been able to go there a bit more. And I had never been when I was a kid. So right now, I would say Disneyland Disneyland's classic those imagine you just can't get anywhere else. Yeah. Yeah. The minute you walk through the doors. It's just like you're in a totally different universe, and it's magical. It's wonderful. I love me some Disneyland and not like we've said this before but like their foods way better and is Neely. Food is way better. Alright, what is your favorite Disney memory? Okay. So I thought about this and decided to choose one from my childhood, which is one of my favorite Disney memories. Because it's not a memory from being at the parks or like watching him movie. But it's just kinda Disney thing that my sister, and I took out into the world with us. So we were kids my parents, take my sister, and I to this like nature preserve in our town was this protected land or you could pet some cows and sheep they had there, and you could walk all the beautiful trails through the woods. And where I grew up in Massachusetts was really woodsy area. So it was always really beautiful, and you could really go into the forest, and so we used to go on nature walks there a lot. And there was this one trail that took you over a really small wooden bridge. Like seeing it now that I'm gonna dull the bridges tiny. Like, you're a few feet above a stream. But as a kid, it was this really cool wooden bridge. And my sister. And I would always make my mom or whoever was with us. Stop on the bridge. So we could play pooh-sticks awesome. And then the like a solid chunk of time finding the right sticks. Because you know, they had to look different enough that you could tell each other's apart. And then we would drop them on the one side and watch them on the other side. And I think usually we would convince whichever adults were with us that day to also play. So between me and her we named it pooh-sticks bridge. I think it's actually way too small the bridge to even have a name an official theme. But it's pooh-sticks bridge to us. And I just I will always love that memory, and we have photos of us on pooh-sticks bridge. And I just love it. That's also cute. I hate when the happens though, your kid like something seems like so big and grand. And then you go back to it as an adult, and you're like, wait is this the same place. It's a it's a very small and very short bridge. But but oddly enough, you can still keep it in your head like how it was as a kid like oh my God. It was like this. How fem is some Tyler so far of the creek. Yeah. That's the cool thing about your imagination 'cause you can still think back to it being just a big scam a super cute, I love that. But his cute. Yeah. So now onto not as cute. Discussing the light in the forest Seger. Disgusting. Oh. Limiting limiting conversation about the money slash truce. Yeah. Johnny and fess Parker. So it's time for thirty second. Disney's. Talk about the excitement and your. And I feel like it's been awhile since we've had an episode best. But I just really I some people wait for my reaction on the movie before they even try and watch it, and I'm telling you now, this was no boy. No, this is not a good one. These episodes of namely Disney Downer. You know, w donor. Disney downer. It was to me at least. Yeah. No. I second that. Yeah. No. It's okay. It's okay. They're not all good. And I'm not gonna pretend like they're all good. Because I want to be honest with you guys. But what if you guys think it's not bad than let us know? Why I would love to know. Somebody's reason why if they really do love this phone for some reason because I just couldn't get into it. And sometimes when we hear from someone else that changes the view in our own is just kind of nice like that's what happened on episode one snow eight Snow White. I love it. So bring it on them movie bring grown up kid. Yeah. So tell us why you like it if you do, but. Do are. Let's do our Disney dashes. Okay. I'm gonna go first because I always do. Let's see how how will I do. Of the long one. I'm ready ready. So. So we have Johnny. Here's raised by Indians. But that may have to make a deal the white men come and make a deal to get all the prisoners back. Even though Johnny doesn't want to go with them. They make him. He has to incorporate himself with the white people who are his family, but he doesn't see them his family. And then there's arguing pursues and he ends up going back to the Indians. And then they don't like him anymore either. He has to go back to the way people. Accurate, though. It's only eight seconds. I love it. Thank you. All right. Let's have let's have listener guest. Go next who would like to be brave. Nobody gets. All right. Okay. On your Mark. Okay. Get packed. Packed speed talking for this. I hear Mark get set. Go choosenj super mad because he forced return his birth Kant's live with all the white people. So he reluctantly starts learning the white man's culture. But then he finds out the white man killed his tribe members. So he goes back to his tribe and his revenge for the murder, the Indians attack the white settlers. But whoa, true son warns the white settlers, they escape the Indian ambush. True son is exiled from his tribe. He returned to the white village. He fistfights ankle Wilsey. Because apparently, that's all you need to do to be accepted by the entire village. And then he gets go front. That was great ninety five minutes. Perfect. Great. I love it. Thanks. I made my husband listened to that. If you. That's my favorite is like, oh, man. I said this to my coworker a hundred times. Yeah. For years me and Magara like we didn't prepare one today. It's my thing now to not have to just continue that trend can I just get it over with Jocelyn. Do you mind go go right ahead because I didn't prepare and I'm just going to bomb it. So just copy what I said. It was perfect. I don't remember what? All right, ready set. Go true sons Indian Johnny is white and the as the go and live with his parents, again, even though he doesn't want to and he falls in love with his girl, and he doesn't like his uncle who super creepy, and then we have Mike Fink boat, and then he goes against his Indian people and then in they don't want him. And he goes back to the white people and tweeting and then everything's okay. Twenty one seconds. True son is Indian Johnny is white. That is like the hit me of the racism in this movie. Like that is just. Okay. Jocelyn? Are you ready? Who? Okay. You're psyched up. Okay. On your Mark. Guess. Go. All right. The army makes a deal with Indians to cover all of the cap of children. One wants this child is is Johnny aka true said who doesn't really want to go. But guess what he is white. So he has to go. And so he goes he like he struggles with learning that goes to the Indians the Indians don't really like him after he messes up their ambulance. And then he goes back to the white for the fights. And then yet everything's okay. Any third song? Okay. Two seconds on that. So twenty five. Twenty five seconds perfect per. Guys. We all got through it. Everybody's indeed all four of those off four of those were very good. Yeah. They're all different. I like it. Yeah. All righty. So some history about this film. Honestly, there's not really a whole heck of a lot on it. There wasn't a lot. I actually had a hard time finding it to watch. It took me off guard because normally I'll just like go on Amazon fire and all like search it. And it'll be there for me to run for three dollars. And it's really easy. But this one didn't show up for me. I know usually Amazon fire. Yes. That's interesting because I found this on YouTube for free the entire movie. That's how we ended up watching it. But like, I usually. Yeah. I usually don't do that. Because normally I have to heart of a time trying to find the movies on YouTube. So I did it the other way around this time. And it wasn't there. So I had to go in pirated on YouTube. Sorry disney. I tried to pay three dollars. That any reflection of this movie. Like, nobody wants that. It's just healthier on YouTube, and Disney isn't even coming after anybody for. I mean, like the title of the movie wasn't even concealed all on YouTube. Like it just was on. Prized when I found it because usually usually I'll type the movie into Google, and it's doesn't show up on YouTube. But the fact that the first link was YouTube, I click on it, it might just be the trailer. But it was the higher movie than I thought. Okay. This is where I'm watching it. And it wasn't sped up like other movies. We've watch or like have this weird like cloud background or whatever they do north valley have the movie in the corner of the screen with like a background. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So the light in the forest was filmed in nineteen fifty eight it was based on novel. Also, titled the light in the forest by Conrad Richter. The film was produced by Walt Disney productions and starred famous fess Parker, aka Davy Crockett, aka old, the Ehlers doubt. Right. Technically. Yeah. He's basically plays all roles that have to do with. Westerns? Yeah. Yes. My talking Indians. That's fess. Parker. Joe Andrew, James, MacArthur and Wendell Wendell Corey. So though this is a fictional story and primarily features fictional characters. The novel dozen cooperate several several real people and facts from US history. So since that was all that was really out there for me. I pulled some reviews, and there seemed to be like total both sides of the spectrum on this movie. There were like really good reviews about it. How it was pretty like accurate. Okay. So the good it says while this is an action film sentence. Seventeen sixty four made immi still politically insensitive nineteen fifties. It manages not to paint stereotypes in. And to know on earth wrote that can we pull some lines from the movie that paints stereotypes because I can right now. Go for Indians, smell bad. Yeah. They. Are dumb. They don't speak English. I mean stereotypes. Yeah. Like they were there. They were even there about white people to how you know, they're intolerant. They shoot at things that aren't even attacking them, actually that those aren't even serotypes like they were legitimate things. They actually did do that for the most part but Syria typing the entire group of people. You know, I mean like both sides did it. So that review? Yeah. I don't know who wrote that. But they must have been smoking something and on the nother one. And this is actually like a scan from an old New York Times article. However, it was in like the nineties I think that this movie was maybe like really released or something in. That's why this review was written in the nineties. But it says here when in aesthetic reason for bathing is mentioned he looks straight ahead and grunts Indians. No stink white man stinks. That's the whole issue here, and without in the least intending to belittle. This Walt Disney color film. We might add that the intellectual content in the dramatic content to is just about on a level with that line of dialogue. Which means bad. So yeah. Yeah. I agree with that. I think. I mean, you can add this out. Not later. So I was looking at the I think it is brought the article is from the fifties. It was just from before the digital like they started doing digital in the nineties. That's what it is. Okay. Well, that would make more sense. I didn't really look too hard into it. I just saw that the date was nineteen ninety six on the top. And I'm like that's weird. I don't know. Maybe it was re released. Okay. So it actually is from the fifties. Sam. Yes. To go off that the thing that bothered me about the language like you were just saying the line like Indians. No stink. White man stink. Was that a lot of times like in the beginning of the movie? And then I think even in that scene when John is like talking to Dell hardy, they're speaking in whatever the Indian language of his tribe was but they're speaking in English. So as not to use subtitles in reg case, why wouldn't they be speaking in full English sentences with correct grammar because he wasn't like in that part. He wasn't like speaking broken English. They were just using English with the assumption. He was speaking his native language. So that's what bothered me a lot about it is why in that sense. Would he then be using broken grammar? It would sound it would sound like competent. I agree with you. I noticed that too. Like, why not just you subtitles or write him speak? I'm. Really, I'm assuming that it one hundred percent is because it took place they filmed it in the fifties. And that is just that was the that was how they did it. I mean, like, it's not right. But like that's how they did it. The fifties are known for being super politically incorrect. They didn't seem to care about that type of thing. Yeah. So it's just the times. Unfortunately, because yeah, you would think just have him speak in his native language and put subtitles that would be my go-to. If you want them to know that they're speaking in their native language have them, do it. 'cause they've done that in the past with other languages homes. Yeah. Well, go ahead wrestling. I if you want, okay. Okay. I well. I mean, I definitely would have also preferred like the the subtitles with the net lake the native language, but I didn't mind I didn't I didn't mind having like the difference between the like the print lake proper English when they're supposed to be speaking in the native town versus broken English when he was trying to attempt the language just because like. It was enough of a contrast like, okay. So look he can't speak at like the character can't speak proudly write proper English with native Americans for with native Americans. But the like the dialogue was not was not. It was not great. Yeah. Well, you can even see like when what's his cousin's name is cousin name half hour half. Arrow aero a heard. I heard half hour the entire time. And I was like that's weird. Okay. So half aero when him and truce on just by themselves like after they like escape from the white, man. You know, he's gonna go live back with the Indians there, quote, unquote English dialogue, which is actually probably their native tongue flows. Really nice. I mean when they speak properly, but when you have del hardy speaking with the Indians, even though he knows their language, and it's it's a Sumed that it's their native language. Yeah. You're right. Sam link it's broken. So why when a quote unquote, white man is in the presence. Did they have to look savage, right or on? Yep. Yeah. Not cool wall. I'm just really over these movies, these kinds of movies like there's just too many of the same type of story, you know. And I think that that's why only a handful were successful. Like, you can't keep putting out the same type of movie over and over and over again and expect it to be as successful as some of the like Davy Crockett was successful because it was a TV show mostly people loved it. And then he like put it together into the movies. So it remained, but like that was your bread and butter with these types of movies, Davy Crockett, just stay there. And like you didn't need to do all these other ones that are like the same thing. Ho, no westward. Although I will say old yeller stands alone, even though fess Parker, but old Galar's different. I agree. It's not. I mean that's about the dog. That's fine. I'm okay with that movie. Okay. Good sad. But I'm okay that it was released. Fun fact, some fix are. They fun. No. They're not. Third just fix. That. All right. So iron eyes Cody guy who played the role of Blackfish. See the guy that tried to burn. John. I don't know. But I'm going to know who's I don't. So that was I think it's this catoon or oh that little crane's, brother. Not sure black fishes, but the sky played him. He reportedly acted as a technical advisor and designed over thirty five costumes for the film with his wife Bertha Parker. Also, he translated the Delaware dialogue and helped the cast to speak link focus, so they actually had like a real Indian helping them which is kind of kind of totally backwards. Still like how this movie portrays Indians like they're being very accurate with it. But at the same time, they're not does that make sense. I know. Yeah. I mean, it doesn't make sense. But it makes that kind of reminds me though of like song of the south, right? Like that movie is widely regarded as extremely racist. However, how many black people worked on that film? And like seemed to be okay with that film in the moment. Like while they were filming it and working on it. They were fine. And then like critics look at it. And they're like, whoa. What were you thinking? If you had just added this little tidbit of information, the beginning saying that this was after the civil war than it wouldn't have come across as racist as it did as Ansari's. Yeah. I I don't know. Because somehow, you know, sometimes whenever you're like in the moment working on something like that. You might not really realize what the outcome is gonna be while you're doing it. You could just be like, wow, they really want like help to make this as accurate as possible. Not that Walt didn't. I mean, he always wants everything to be as time accurate as possible. But again, this is the fifties. This is the time that Walt is in he's he was a product of the environment. I think at that time. I mean, he's a genius. Don't get me wrong. I'm in no way, saying he's not. But there he did throughout this decade amd before even with his cartoons like the Hitler Donald cartoons. He made some questionable decisions about stuff. He put out. Nobody's perfect. Nobody's perfect. Not even Disney. You know, he does. But I still like him. Yeah. So according to the press book for this movie the PanAm squat Indians. Sorry for said the wrong and old town maim they made a twenty foot war canoe for this film. So again, we have some hands on real Indian stuff here, which will nice native American. Sorry. I did not want to be insensitive. So the canoe afterwards went to Disneyland after they're done with production. I bet it was like in the frontier land, maybe. Yeah. Walt Disney himself came to Tennessee on location for three days for the film. And when it premiered in Harrisburg PA benefited a lot of the local communities community church charities getting ahead cool off. So this was telecast in two parts on Walt Disney's wonderful world of colors on the twelfth. And the nineteenth of November. As one episode was called true son on the episode was called true, sons revenge. So this is kind of like BB Crockett thing. Yeah. But backwards because this came out in nineteen fifty eight, but that was so it was like they put it out as a movie, and then put it on TV, whereas Davy Crockett was the other way around. Got it. They learned. So according to a New York Times news item. Although Disney bought the rights to Conrad Richter's book in June of nineteen fifty three a month after publication. So he liked it right away. He didn't plan to put it into production until nineteen fifty seven and the review also noted that the end of the film was trained from the book, which we will get to a little bit. So it was shot in Tennessee alongs, Tennessee river about twenty miles from Chattanooga. Also, Tennessee was filmed him, I dunno. I skipped over that part. It was. It was. In Sanford, tanto valley, California. And some scenes were shot in. Oh, that's also California. I'm sorry. I don't know. Why thought that was somewhere else? Throw me off. This your. In a review from variety. They ever say the other city, I said, it was also California. Okay. Zuza Zuza as city in Tennessee was Massin gal point, they looked really scary. So. So review from variety said, quote, like most Disney production productions it is pastoral in quality almost fable like in its gentle approach to some basically bitter situations about that Hollywood. Reporter also noted that values of fan mail praising the authenticity have convinced as need that meticulous research has given his studio tremendous prestige in educational circles, and this is a real commercial advantage. I don't know how I feel about that. I can appreciate like the authenticity comment with regards to like costume and possibly like visual on paper on paper. Great. I just I don't know. It's just the stereotypes that get me. But honestly at that time, like those stereotypes were real in those people like really would have said those things maybe not like talking the way, you know. I'm not saying that. But like the white people would have said those things about the native Americans, the native Americans would have said those things about the white people, you know, so like in terms of that like it's probably historically accurate on what people would have said. I just feel like there's a better way to show us that you know, there's got to be like a middle ground to make it not as. What's the word? I'm looking for to make it not as controversial guess or insensitive insensitive. Probably is the word, I'm one. Yes. Jocelyn? Well, it would be interesting to state not to actually have remix made of especially like the films from the fifties. But just to kind of know what like have the story line trade using today's societal norms. Yeah. Well, look like, how would they have made this story in two thousand eighteen yes. Yeah. And just and and you're right. They might like there might have been a better way to portray those different like those differences than what was seen in the fifties. Yeah. Yeah. For sure. All right, somebody on this remake all these movies. In twenty eighteen in eighteen who would we cast and fess Parker's role? I would say Clint Eastwood buddies too old now. James marsden? Has like a he has like a kind of like a decent a decent like commanding voice. I have to Google him. I can't pictures face. He was Prince Edward in enchanted. Oh, I'm gonna go. Yes. Pratt. Pratt is good too. He put a twang. Yeah. Good. Keep his stubble. Yeah. If he wrangled raptors he'd be a great west. For real. All right. So head cannon Chris Pratt. Fess parker. Chris pret-? He's the new Davy Crockett was that'd be sweet. But would be actually I that. Awesome. You heard it here. First. All right. So some book to movie differences, there's quite a few. So the movie expands the role of del hardy who player by fest part, of course, because everybody loves good old fess. So he remains with the Butler family much longer than he actually does in the novel. So in the movie he's like I got to watch over this kid. I gotta make sure that. Uncle wills doesn't kill them. Essentially, probably he can't leave until things have settled any feels good about it. I don't know how it happens in the book. That's how I happen to the movie. True. Sons blood brother, Gordon, does not appear in the film. Apparently, he has a true blood, brother. Yes. That's a point that I think is pretty interesting from if you've read the book because we had to read it in school. And so I had already read this book and the brother so when true son is forced to go back to his white birth. Parents they have another son. And so he has a I think it's like a four or five year old brother, and that's actually a big part of what ends up affecting true son in a way that he starts to have all these sympathies for the white settlers that he used to hate so much is because he kinda forms a bond with his baby brother, and in the in that Iconex scene where he warns the settlers on the raft of the ambush the reason he did that in the book was because he saw that the settlers on the raft had a very young boy with them. And in his mind, he got like a flashback to his little brother, and all he could think of was his little brother being on that raft. And that's why he did that. So. So I thought it was really interesting that they removed the baby brother from the movie because it sort of took away like a really big turning point for like why he did that that like Iconex scene. Yeah. Well. Well, I think with the. With having Shannon dougher there as the romantic interest. I think that took like it kind of came down to play this more as a fan like as a family like family sympathy or to play as the girl that you've come to love is going to hell as gonna help guide you back. To where you're supposed to like where you're supposed to be a good point. They did kind of turn it into a love story, which she did not exist in the books. So it really was the little brother who was like that like key piece for him. I think that that makes sense in terms of like the way that Disney liked to do movies in general having a romance in it makes it a little more dramatic. I think so I'm that has to be why that was swapped out because like while it's sweet that he did it because of his brother, it's more dramatic and possibly touches more adult viewers, if it's a romance, you know, who they would cast that little boy from old yeller. That's Gordy would've been. Yeah. Bobby Driscoll too old now. Yup. I thought him for. No, no. That's a good point though. Because Walt really did like to for lack of a better term. He liked to romanticize romance. And so for him to pull in that there would be a love interest. And then it's this whole like, oh, my heart is torn, you know, with this girl, and I can see that. Yeah. For sure. So the antagonism between true son, and we'll see in the film turns into a fistfight and true sons the Victor instead of Wilsey being scouts. And that I kind of would've liked to see that. Because I really hated him. Couldn't stand him. I've really hated him. Oh, he's terrible. He was an evil human being. He really was. And we will get to the inner character coming up. But yeah. Apparently, it wasn't just a little little good old fistfight. While the novel ends on a note of like uncertainty. True son is alone on a remote road and unsure of where his future lies. The film has returned to his family. He gets the girl, and he apparently gets to live a life on that wild land that his dad got for him. So we have much more of like a fairytale book ending Disney than we do in the actual book. Yes. That is the biggest thing that stood out to me watching this movie after having read the book because the book ended on just like you said it ended on this really uncertain kind of like. You got this uncomfortable feeling at the end of the book, and I think that was the author's intention because it sort of ended right after that scene where his native American father took him off to, you know, some path in the woods, and then kind of banished him or disowned him sort of and told him you have to leave. But in the book he had already been completely rejected by the white settlers village as well. So the book just ends with him kind of like starting to walk down the road and really thinking about like where is he gonna go, and he doesn't fit in anywhere. Both opportunities at like having family have rejected him and. It was like a very powerful ending. So that was the biggest thing that stood out to me watching the movie was like, whoa. This ending was all tied up in a pretty bow got a girlfriend, and you know. Yeah. And I can see Disney did that. Because you I mean, you know, when Disney's gonna make a movie he's gonna make the ending a lot more pleasant and try to give it a happily ever after. Yeah. But it was really interesting to come to the end. Yeah. He certainly fluffed it up. That's. I kind of was expecting that sort of ending honestly, like the uncertainty, but I I shouldn't expecting it. Because it's Disney film like that's how I felt like as I was watching the ending. I was like I feel really bad for him because he doesn't really fit in either place anymore. Like, he was so against going to his white family that it was really hard for me to come to terms with the fact that that's where he ended up. Yeah. It just didn't seem right. Agree. Yeah. That's a good point. It was almost unsettling because you spent the whole movie like feeling his rage at having to go back there. Yeah. And then for him to just kind of settle down happily. Yeah. Sort of turned on a dime. The only the only thing for me that kind of well of of that of like of where he ended up the only thing that kind of made it okay for me. And I say okay loosely is because since he did go to the. Since he did go to the builds his new life in the mountains like on that patch patch of land like it was kind of like the middle Brandt. So it wasn't like I'm about to go like build like have a house at the center of town hers is gonna go like half might like feedback with my native American family. He found like they found like this middle ground that he could actually take a longer time than what was done in the movie to really kind of figure out how to. Acclimate back to where he was supposed to go. Yeah. I like that. I could see that. That does help a little bit. Just a little a little. It just seems like it. Like Sam said a good word for it. Is that to me it was uncertain Ling that he seemed to so willingly just go back there where mall when you get the girl. He finally, he who doesn't exist. He was somebody. He was somebody who like entered a different culture and grew up in it. And appreciate it and loved it for what it was in. He wasn't given a choice to stay there. So like, obviously, I understand why he didn't stay there. He because he couldn't. But till like just give all of that up. And just be like. Oh, yeah. Girl, I'm gonna live with you. It was just kind of like it seemed a far stretch for me that that would have been the real ending for him. And it seemed a little bit like. They wanted you to they wanted you to think that like that was the good option. You know? Yeah. Yeah. That bothered me. They're like, oh, yeah. He's going to decide to go live with the white people, and it's going to be all happily ever after he has a wife that was the correct decision. Yeah. I think that's what bothered me. Yeah. It was interesting. Nah. I was just gonna say whereas like in reality. He he didn't fit in anywhere. That's all. Yes. I thought it was interesting that they I mean on both on both sides, they they essentially or like forced him to leave both the native Americans and from the white, but. I thought like they did they did more of forceful job on the native American side where like when he like, especially with the ambush scene with him backing down and say, hey, you know, what? Like, let's actually not kill people that's better than that. And they and they get away. But then back it back at camp. Everyone's like do do screwed up like you meant like you mentioned up. So obviously because you showed some kind of sympathy toward someone else you're not like, you're not one of us anymore. Yeah. I mean, there's definitely flaws on both sides. There's no doubt that I mean, they they're revenge because they seem at least this is how they're portrayed in all of the movies that I've seen is that like they focus very much on revenge and like getting back for what was done to them in like normally, they're not the ones that act. I, but they always make up for that act. Like, somebody does something to them. They're gonna get them back. And I think that the fact that Johnny what is his name Shusen true. Son didn't want to do that. He just kind of was like, all right. We got our revenge like we're good, and they didn't feel like they had gotten enough. So they were a little bit. They were like hungry for more when they shouldn't have been so like truce on was right in that respect to be like, hey, we need to be better people than this. But. They kind of just saw him sympathizing. Right. When. But didn't like remind remind me if I'm wrong didn't his debt like his adopted dad kind of hint that like he also agreed with what true like, yeah. He he kind of stood behind true, son. But he was also like I can't fully especially since we all we all know that you are truly a white. Child can't fully behind you anymore. I feel my heart. Like, I agree with that. I feel like what happened? There was his adoptive dad did agree with the fact that they probably went too far. But. There were already so many people against truce on at that point. It probably would have been worse for him to stay then to go. Because again, as I said, they focused very much on revenge. There are other people in the tribe who felt like they should have gotten revenge on him. I mean they wanted to burn him. So like, I think that his adoptive dad was doing him a favor almost by banishing him and saying get away from the Tri like you can't be with us anymore because in reality. He was probably saving his life. I could see that. Yes. I was just gonna say I actually think in the book they made it a lot more clear that he was saving his life by doing that. It. It was like that was pretty well established that what he was doing was basically like putting himself in the line of fire because he did that thing where he stood up and was like, I take responsibility for what he did because he's my son. But then also by like publicly disowning him and like banishing from him from the tribe like that was his way of basically saving him from being put to death. Yeah. Because that was his show of of love that was like his show of heart was not letting him basically get the death penalty. Yeah. Crazy debut than I thought guys. Yeah. All right. I only have one fun fact I thought they were just fax today. I'm sorry. This kind of fun them. Okay. So when the film premiered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on the ninth of July nineteen fifty eight. There was actor Wendell Wendell Corey who was we'll see Owens. I hope he's not a jerk relief with his wife, and then also some mousketeers. So there was Jimmy Dodd a nut Fuda cello and that Tommy Cole entering trees. Really are just like that. Because the net, and I've found a new appreciation for for some other movies that may have recorded for the future. I won't get into that yet though. Yeah. She shows up. Also well. I'll say this in the future from now. But we were at Disneyland. Paris may headed Annette's diner. Yes. Disney springs. Disneyland paris. So that was cool. We didn't meet their no. But we walked by. And it was very like fifties. This so shadow to. Yeah. Alrighty. So some characters I up del hardy who is played by fess Parker who's that David rocket. All right. Got it got so del hardy, again seems to be in the role of negotiator. Yeah. He's like the communicator with the Indians. He speaks the language. He knows how to talk to them. He makes deals with them. He's literally Davy Crockett in this movie. He literally is different. Yes. There's no difference. Even wears that like the skins with tassels on it yet. But no Coon skin cap. No. Yeah. That's true. That's true. Okay. That's the only difference. I liked him. I liked that. He was the middle ground mediator because I meant he was kind to both sides. Yes. And he really did take a shine to true son really did want at least in the movie version. He plays a very good like likable character in these types of films. Whereas usually I'm kind of super one way or the other with people like he's kind of always just been like the all around all around good guy. He's like the Mario. Yeah. So we got some flack for cutting are sorting on the characters. So we have to go back to sorting them into Hogwarts houses, probably yelled at us. We we thought people didn't want it. And we were sad. So the fact that you want it, we're stoked. So. Do you? Remember how we sorta Davy Crockett? Did we I think we made a microphone I was gonna say Griffin door for Dell hardy? Yeah. I mean, he's same. Yeah. All around good guy. Brave things with his heart. Yes. I was on the fence between like Griffin door and hustle puff for him. Just because he seems like such a peacemaker in this movie. He's very much like trying to keep everything smooth. And you know, I feel like that is a classic hustle puff roll to take on. But I could definitely see Griffin door as well as like on the fence with him. No, I like that humble del hardy Griffin door for David crack. Yeah. I think I liked that too. 'cause there's just a little bit more like edge to Davy. He like he goes a little further. He does a little more. You know, he gets into politics. He's a little braver. True. It's braved get into halted. So yeah, I like Hoffa Puffer Dell already next up. We have Wilsey Owens the Wilsey. He's literally the worst human being on the planet. Literally watching it. I couldn't I couldn't handle how much I couldn't stand this character. All it was just like this rage against him. He wouldn't stand. The first part that made me really hate him. Is that scene with Shannon dope guard? He tries to kiss her that made me on come. It made me nauseous. It was gross. Oh, because he is that he's literally the embodiment of like bigotry of awful person. And he's just like that creepy character saga ni. Yeah. I yeah. Drunk like, just just what am I thinking of like hard headed doesn't think is it's all about. Seventeen year old like, you're gross. You're yeah. But you think you're the king of at all. Yeah. Yeah. It was really really satisfying to see his face. Get beaten by the Bucky. The Bucky scalped. I would've liked that. Sorry, guys. I'm a slaughter, and I can say it. I would have liked it. I would not have been host. He deserves it. He was just a gross human being and for that. He is a squib. I can't place anywhere. He rose. Yeah. He gives her a hug words. That. Yeah. Not a fan. Yeah. No, okay. You know, what he's a prisoner in human lives out in the world, his soul got sucked by demento. Yep. Sorry sucked. The sako. I will. You're worse than day. All right on that. No. We've got. I don't remember. This is Milly is so Millie elder. She is the love interest of del. Okay. Okay. She's after his heart and he falls for her because in the end zone. Down on a plot of land. Do you think that he's neighbors with true, son? Probably probably so he can continue to watch over him and be a hustle buff. So Millie has one of my favorite lines in the whole movie. It's when she's I'm not gonna remember the scene. Exactly. But she's giving somebody a haircut or something. They'll hardy comes in. He's like I wanna talk about something like serious, and she's like, oh, that's fine. You can just talk about it here. And then she goes, oh, unless what you have to say is private will. You know, what even if it is? I just won't listen, I just laughed. Just having a little light conversation with yourself about it. Helping them like you can talk about your private matters right here in front of me. And I'll just choose not to listen like who Evie sleep. She's gonna would. I liked her. She's sanderling is weary is. Yeah. Yeah. She was like, I just won't listen. Yeah. She's also seems like awful buff. Yeah. I agree. She's she's a little cupcake. They could be Hoffa couple. A couple of a couple puff a puff puff. Oh there. We go. Alrighty, next up is true son slash Johnny Butler. Good nece, true, son. The man words. He just broods. He does road the whole time, which I can't believe move movies. You know, I wouldn't wanna be ripped from this place. I love this. You know, he grew up probably knowing he was adopted knowing he's a no as different right? But he just embraced being a native American like, he just embraced culture. Like, yeah. Clearly loves. What, you know clearly loves ways at willing to die for it. Like he tries to kill himself Mandrake root shut out mandrakes. But yeah, he just to love your culture that much thought was amazing into just like be ripped from the like. Yeah, I'd be broody to think he has every right to resist being quote, unquote, civilized. Yes. I would keep in mind on the broody thing too that he was also a teenager true. I think part of the point of the story was that he was still very immature while this was happening. So there were like a lot of moments where he didn't handle it maturely as maybe an adult would've I feel like a lot of the brooding went along with that. Like, can you imagine that happening to you when you're like thirty five versus when you're like seventeen you'd be much more immature about it as much as it would suck either way. He's in like that teenage phase, I will kill kabuki. Yeah. I always said it so fast. He. And like a hundred times pretty sure Senate at least a hundred times, I think that was his only line in the movie. Yeah. Pretty much. I'm claiming truce on this leather in. Yeah. For that. He pretty Griffin or because he seems so like rash. And in like, he doesn't think but I could see slither into I just see sliver. And because he seems pretty he seems like he tries to be coming and. Larry Bush will. And I mean, he is Embiid. He's ambitious because he's probably both to be honest. He's a little bit of both. But I'm claiming sliver and because he does kind of have this undertone to his character. Sometimes where like. He's rash. But he always wants to jump on like the wrong decision. Sometimes like killing Wilsey probably isn't the best idea. But that is probably a conclusion that a sliver would come to. And I can say that because I am one because let me tell you as soon as he tried to kiss, Shannon, DOE. I wanted to kill him. Don't cross athl- the room. That's that's they're also they're fierce friends slithering fierce friends, and he like his friend half arrow half hour half. Half aero like he seemed like he would do anything for him. I know I mean like he basically was like jumping in front of a bullet for him whenever they were running away. You know, I mean, like true son was just standing there. And then that was unable Wilsey wasn't it who shot. Was that little crane? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. So yeah. I don't know. But I could see slither. Sliver door. I was gonna say, I think you think you convinced me on this little in one that. Seems fitting he's just a little conning. I think that's where he's. And he tried to he tried to eat Mandrake root. Like, which is again like, yeah, it's a rash decision. But like slithering can be like that too. Very similar. Yeah. He has like dramatic reactions to the but make him mad. Yes. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's me. I will kill them. We'll see. I'm gonna put my Rutten. Hold on. Where is the dad there? No, okay. My. Okay. Oh, yeah. Myron Harry, Butler, I'm gonna put them together. So this is true son's mom and dad, biological biological room. Dan, I claim them for Riddick will mate will actually I was gonna play the bomb. But since we're putting together claiming them for raven claw. Because especially the mom like she really goes out of her like, she really tries to embrace part of the culture that true son has grown up in help him better. Like to kind of go like all like all go hat, like Algo, meet you halfway. And we will figure out how to get through this together. She at first, but unlike she got better, she like opened up and got a little bit better with him, especially with like, the like, the English less like English lesson and the Dell like the Delaware language, Leslie that was so sweet. Yeah. In the beginning. I was like this lady's mean like, 'i stand she's got her son back, but like he's clearly been through a lot or like, he clearly loves his adoptive parents. And like, you're just like you're not leaving this room. So you say you're proper name. And then all of a sudden they're having this reading lesson, and she's being very sweet like, you know, some of those Indian sayings you say are so beautiful. And then she tries to learn his language. A new see him open up, and it was a really nice like mother son moment. Yes. In the first seamer. You meet her when she's like sitting in the bed, and she's like snapping at him. Did anyway. Else? Get a vision of lady Tremaine. I'm you'll eat snappy. You said she's got leash means, hey, I said, she has crawl DeVille hair. Oh, yes. She does kind of lead. She does remind me of lady Tremaine in that sitting there painting. Yeah. Yeah. Had Kim accepted. Yep. But then I agree. She did get a lot better that the next scene with her was much sweeter. You kind of her softer side. Yeah. Totally different. I think that I so strongly disliked her in that first scene because I was adopted and I kind of put myself in true sons shoes right there as if like I had been taken from where I am now and like put in a situation where like I had to call my birth. Parents might parents I'd be like Hugh didn't raise me. I'm not calling. You my mom or my dad like sorry piece out by. You know what I mean like? I don't know if I'm an anomaly with adoptive kids. But like, I literally want nothing to do with my birth. Parents. I don't care who they are. I don't need to ever meet them. They're not my parents. So like, I totally identified with true son in that moment, like get me out of here. Like, this isn't my family. You know, like, I would never say that my birth. Mom is my mom like she's not. I don't care that. She burst me. I mean, I do like that sounds really harsh really mean. But like like, I'm thankful she gave me life, but I'm more thankful that she gave me to my adoptive parents. 'cause like, that's my mom and dad. So I just like really felt strongly with truce on like, dude. I get it. Go back to your adoptive. Parents. That's your family. Those are your parents. That's your best friends and your siblings, like the ones that you're raised with like. Family to me, and like, this is just a personal thing. But like to me family has never been about blood. And it just never has been. I was adopted like. The people that I'm closest to are like not blood family. So I just I Dennis fi with true, son. Maybe that's why I wanted him as a sliver. Maybe we're the same person. Don't kill. Nobody for scalp. Anybody? I won't. Okay. He didn't scalp. Anybody? He didn't the book. Yes. So where we always said rape, always raven. Guess yes. I agree. All right. I think that I'm just gonna go to Shannon dougher here in college day on the characters. Everybody k with that. Okay. So. Yeah. Shannon doa is the fictional love interest in the movie that's placed in there, who's not in the book and undone in Dennard servants, I was saying she didn't have teeth who's an indentured. Yes. Which means that she's a slave. But only until she's eighteen eighteen this poor girl. You know, you know, I'm gonna make her Griffin door because she overcomes her fear of Indians, which I can see her being afraid because she said her parents were killed by Indians close. She's going to be afraid. But she sees. Hey, they're not all bad. Here's one I like who's nice. And you know, what you mean she comes around. She also overcomes her fear of Wilsey. Yeah. And like in like egging on true son to like beat him up. I mean, so here's my only thing about Shannon, though. She was a terrible actress sorry Carol Lin Li I didn't like you. There was this one line that she said like me, and you just out laughing they roll. But. Yeah. Are you? All right. Yeah. That was it. She was like she followed truce on him the forest and was like, are you? All right. I was like oh my God. I can't listen to you. Yeah. But I mean, I liked her role. I think that it was a nice addition it fit more for a film. I think like we were saying already when we were talking about the changed ending like him having eleven tryst is just more theatrical and fits more. It gets more people involved in his story and like interested in his story, though. I'm still not really a fan of the fairy tale ending. But yeah, I agree. But shammond. Yeah. I agree with Griffin nor. Get a cat outside the door making weird noises. All right favorite character. And seeing. True son is probably my favorite character. And. I don't know what my favorite. I guess I liked whenever he sent the settlers back. So that they wouldn't get ambushed area list minute active her with him. I liked that. I'm gonna say my favorite character is true son but shout out to half aero because that changes loves life. And just goes with the flow. He's just like ready to do whatever needs to be done. And he's dislike screaming enjoy about it. I love it. Just like lives in the moment. Favorite scene because it made me laugh because you know, how the bad thing is they go back and forth like white man stinks Indians things. Yeah. When true son and Heff aero sitting again, they escaped from the white, man. And they're going to go live with the Indians again in Creel son, Laming close like whips a sock off there. Now, I don't stink. And he said it made me I. Yeah. You know being two teenagers goofing off having a good time. Like again living life. Okay. Favorite character? Probably true sense Mont like earth. Mom, just because next to Dell thirty she seems to actually try the most after obviously after that initial like initial shock like she seems to try the most to try to help. Him get to like help him take the time to get to where he's comfortable around. Yeah. Everyone. Yeah. Favorites teen. So this is this isn't so much my favorite scene. But just like like a moment that I really liked. At the dance like the wet like the welcome dance forgot about that the Kerr the girl who really wanted to to have true son Gifford the rig. Just like flatly just walked away. I was just like girl, I feel you. I have been there. Just trust me. He's going to give it to her and then slowly or face just false because he walks away. It's really sad. But yeah, what do you think? I think if I remember if I remember that scene like they had they had been building up. Not. I mean, obviously, she was going to give it to shut it like he was going to go after shadow anyway, but they had been playing up that there was this girl like who was part of like, you know, like the community, and she happy is like she like definitely had is on him. And she was just trying she was trying so hard and then just flat. And then just like it just all got shot. Yup. It was a good normal. Poor girl. I know. So my favorite character. I'm not sure if we're gonna say it, right, but Coolangatta or Koga the true son's father is opted father. Yeah. The name Merican tribe. I liked him. Because I feel like he's a really strong. He kind of is like a wise character, even though you know, he's not perfect. Any definitely made some interesting decisions. But at the beginning like he does give truce on the advice of just go. You have to do this. It's like part of our agreements go in like hold your head high. And like, you know, do the best you can and kind of like I feel like it gives them this little pep talk. That's very mature. And then true son goes off in isn't mature at all. And then the like towards the end I also like that he really stuck up for him because he was his adoptive father. And as we saw this movie and may have been true to the time back, then people were kind of like turning on each other left, and right like if you weren't loyal to ever side. And so when true son kind of kind of betrayed the native American ambush. I just liked that he was like, no, this is my son like I raised him. He's my son. I'm not just. Like in one moment that he made a decision. I'm not just being like, I hate him. Now like, he's my family. So I really liked him as a character that he stopped away from being chief to play dead. Yes. Yeah. A great way to put it. Yeah. Like, I'm your dad. I, but I'm also the chief here, right? And then my favorite scene. I think my favorite scene, and it is kind of like Joscelyn's just kind of a moment. Not even really a full scene. I don't know if there was any one full theme that I loved. But there was the moment when true, son and half arrow, we're gonna steal two canoes this white guy and true sons like we shouldn't steal from him. I think he's half Indian and half era goes, oh, then we'll just take one of his canoes instead of both. Yes. There's still happen. Stuck? Yeah. Funny. Jake sometime, how the kids lives in the moment goes with it. Yeah. Those made me laugh out loud. Yeah. That was funny. It comes back. Why like why didn't you get the big canoe was metal wrecks around ahead of mental rope. I like how he's saying to like he almost gets like this like surfer vibe. He's like, yeah. We'll just we'll use the bigger. We'll take the bigger because two of us only like one him. Yes. I've only can laugh the most ridiculous. He was definitely the most exaggerated, which was you know, had its cons as well. But it was just I had to laugh because so many of his lines were just completely ridiculous. Yeah. Least favorite scene. Okay. At least favorite characters. Uncle see? For reasons. I've already mentioned. I'm just going to be honest guys. I just really didn't like the whole movie. I just really I wasn't a fan. I never need to watch this movie. Again, I'm glad that I can say I've seen it once. But like that was plenty receive what into dec-. Yeah. Home also gonna go Wilsey guy sucks. Donatus anything else? He's creep lease favorites scene. I don't know. I mean, it's okay. You can copy my answer. No. I'm trying to big vision. I think it's a think it's when I don't like his mom and his mom's being like the first scene with her majesty. Awful. No, my least receive has Wilsey being a creep Shanteau. That's hands down it. Yeah. Because he knows he has this power over her to and like he's playing that. Yeah. Because she thinks she's gonna worlds to go to put up with the sky or on the streets. Yeah. We'll see was my least favorite but at the same time. Like, I thought he was a really good billet. Like, he wasn't a fun Ville. But he wasn't someone that I'm like like, you're cool to watch. No. He was just really good at being really awful. Yeah. Route props to the actor. Least favorite scene. Well, I totally thought that might flakes Flint to like one. I was not I didn't really like that after him being creep the entire movie. All it takes is one one beatdown. Right. Yeah. And then there's like that. He's like everything's all hunky Dory. And he's like, yeah. So you're what like, obviously, you're you're white because you know, how to fight with your fish. And I'm like, I'm pretty sure like like native Americans know how to fight with their fish. They also do other things. Yeah. But then the other one is that latte that ending song when John like true, son shedded, no, or in the woods in the light in the forest being someone. Oh, gosh. It was so awful. I'm like sitting there watching it. I think it got to the papers. Like the light light Bill. The light in the forest, and they're like some other words, it basically culminated that it was love. And I was just like no you did not build me up for like. I agree with you. That was so bad. Yeah. Couldn't handle it. So my least favorite character is definitely on goal will see. But I also just didn't like a lot of characters but goal Willsie was definitely like the one. You know, he was definitely hated one. Yeah. And then I scenes like I kind of agree with Meghan like I didn't really like the movie. And so a lot of the scenes were either really bad or bothered me or they were just like really bland. So they didn't do anything for me. I think my will lease favorite part. If I have to choose one is when they took true sons like it was like a fur coat or something that has dad had given him as again, they stole it. So they could like use it for target practice and just like that made me feel so like broke my heart. That's. And that's just like going out of your way to be mean instead of as opposed to the people who are just like, oh, you're here, and we don't really accept you and those people already bad enough. But then you went out of your way to be extra mean, just like for salt in the wound. Yeah. That was bad. Let's lift the supple, but what finnick away from it. It's okay to be politically. Correct. And we should. Keeping it short. And sweet I'm going to say, it's okay to be who you wanna be even if that means you're part of American in part, quote, unquote, white whatever aka European. Honestly, it's okay. You don't need to size. Be who you are. Don't meet don't be mean to somebody just because they're different than you were a wide world of people. Don't stereotype people don't stir type people. The end. Good. Thanks, really good. Thank you. My thing was like go kind of going back to the ending like don't. And this is this is more from like like like a story at like the story aspect like the construction of it. But don't don't give like a like don't be building towards one thing. And then give fluff. Like a flat piece end in cotton candy, ending just to provide closure like I'm okay with bidders. I'm okay with bittersweet like whatever the ending is. It needs to be deserved in needs to be earned, and it was it wasn't emits Ville. Yeah. I agree. Cotton candy. That's a really good point. I think one of my takeaways is kind of the theme of the story, which is that or. Yeah. I guess the theme of the story, which is that there's. There are fenders on both sides. And so it's never a one sided issue and with things like this. And with any you kind of get that seem in a lot of war movies too. Which is that once you've once you've sort of been in on each side, you see that like each side, they're just real people with feelings and families who care about their own people. And the other side is not it's not like a black and white like the other side are animals and where humans like everyone. Has those same like human feelings and family, bonds and stuff? Yup. Sometimes so really hard to see that when you strongly like disagree with the other side or something to you know, like, honestly, you can it's a really great comparison to like right now politics. Yeah. That's a good point. If you go maybe not right now, politics, maybe I worded that wrong because right now, it's super divisive. But like politics like in two thousand eight or two thousand twelve where it was like there are two sides and like hate ads come from both sides. But like in the end neither side is like. Awful. Now, the neither side is the glorious pick. You know what I mean? Everyone has faults. Yes. And everyone has everyone has both leap n dark Harry. Thanks dumbledore. Yes. And it also kind of shows you like in this movie that sometimes it's a product of your environment. Like, I think another good moral of the movie is that in a lot of cases. Neither side is the definite good guy. And the other side is the definite bad guy. And you just need uncover which side is good in which side is evil. It's like he was clearly of left he was white by birth. But being raised in a different culture. He had all the same feelings and thoughts about the white culture because you could be, you know, you're influenced by like where you're raised in your environment. And it just kind of shows that it's impossible for for one side to be the true good in the other side to be the true evil. Yeah. It's your perspective on it. Yep. Point. Are we there? Oh god. God just want like one quick little thing. To kinda like this whole. Like the whole basis of the will not basis like the like initials stars the fact that like true son in others were were captured like Rick kidnapped children. Yeah. To get in with. And so it's like it's fascinate like as you're what like as you're watching it like, yeah. You see him fully have fully embraced is culture. But the no one I mean. Like, they don't really explain to lake. Because that's like it was such a dramatic. Like, we're making this deal. We're taking all of the children, including one who was pregnant. Yeah. And they don't try. They don't try to kind of bridge any any gap. Like, we we we understand that you have been out like that you were kidnapped and we're gonna try to help you. It was just like the direct. We are Tate like we are taking you, and we're putting you back with your regional families. And you're kind of you just have to go from there. Yeah. Some of them seemed like have lived their life there. You know, like, I think some of them actually did kinda like fall in love in like get married. Not to say, they wouldn't want to go home. But they had kind of created a life in this new place in the null of a sudden, it was like, Nope. Like, there's no exceptions everybody split. There's like no integration allowed. Yeah. I think that's a really good point. Because they never even asked the people who were the subjects of this like what they wanted. Like would you like to try to return to your place of birth? Or would you like to stay where you are like nobody even considered what they wanted. Like, you said, it was just a black and white like okay now, we've decided you're going back and historically like that kind of thing really did happen on a lot of. I mean, I'm not don't quote me. I'm not an expert on this. But I do know that a lot of white captives who were held by native American tribes did end up being adopted, and you know, we're completely like treated like family members and became part of the culture in. So then having to go back was really hard, and no one like gave them a choice in the matter. It's so hard situation. It would if like they made that deal on then said, okay who wants to come right? And then if they're people that wanted to come great they made the deal for them. But yeah, it was just black and white. Yup. Odd. Very that time. Right. Any last minute thoughts before we move onto our Disney memory. Let's move on from this movie. We talked way more than I thought we were going to about this, oh, patting all of our Bax. I can't believe how much we talked about it as good just proved for us. Excellent. Guests on the show. All right. So this week's Disney memory comes from Melissa Dink. That's a really cool last name. She says, hi Meghan, Katie. All right. So this isn't one of those heartwarming. Aw moment. So I wasn't really dying to share. But you said you needed memory? So here's a smile. As a kid, my family visited California every summer. My aunt and uncle lived up in the moans, and we're only about an hour and a half from Disneyland hour and a half or half hour half. Aero my gosh. So naturally. So nationally, we want their court a few times one thing I remember very vividly is being about five years old and doing many mouse meet-and-greet at Minnie's house. We were in the line waiting to meet her. And my dad kept pointing out all of the amazing things in her house for whatever reason he really honed in on those holographic cookies on a plate. And he kept having grabbed for them. We crack up laughing every time either of us want to get a coke, and it wasn't really there to this day. And I'm now twenty four every time there cooking around my dad, and I will smile at each other and say, do you think those are real cookies? It's so cute. So few such a simple thing. But I think it really gets at those family bonds, you can create even waiting in line at a Disney park signed. Oh, I'm confused. Maybe it's a maiden name. Okay. Signed Missy a grownup Swisher kid. I like that. I like. Thank you for listening to both of our podcast. Yes. Thank you very much for your story. I think it was an all moment and heartwarming cute. Those are the memories that stick with you. And I like that you it's like an everyday thing. Like, it's an inside joke with your dad, you're gonna share it for forever. My mom, and I have those things that Disney vacation great. It's cute. Yeah. So thank you for sharing your memory. And if any of our listeners out there would like to have their memory run on the show. Just Email us at grownup kids podcasts at Jima dot com. It can be anything. Disney related such as send it our way. And we'll be sure to feature on a future episode. Yep. It's late. I'm sorry. I'm sucking in the world. So super big thank you to Jocelyn and Sam. Yes, thank you. Thank you for joining us purses back. I feel like we say this every episode in push back days pushed it back in our. Yeah. But thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for bringing so much to our awesome. Do our episode super. Appreciate it. So we have a mounts -ment to make a what? So this episode is out on November twenty fifth. However that is less than a week away from December first, and do you wanna know what starting on December first, Katie? I dunno countdown to Christmas a countdown to Christmas with grownup kids. Pod myths. What is this pod? Misuse speaker of we're going to release a podcast every day in December leading up to Christmas. And now that we're officially making this announcement on the podcast. It has to happen. No. We have to do it. So I will admit that this is partially a way to get us closer to better movies for me. So we're going to just put out a ton of podcasts to get us into exciting times. And of Disney era, we are going to catapult twenty five weeks ahead of where we should be. That's what half a year, I know and month yet less than a month. Yup. Little side note, if anyone follows any vlag, so a lot of loggers will do vlag Mus over lease, you know, some bloggers are monthly summer weekly summer daily, but for Wagner. It's you release of log every day December first through December twenty fifth so Meg had this idea. Hey, do pod Mus again, let's try and catapult through some of these movies that you know, there are some really good ones. There are sleeping beauty's during pod Mazot under dominations, but pollyanna their parent trap. Was it four or five? Good ones for sure there's the top of our head Swiss family Robinson. Yeah. But to get through some of the ones in the fifty well, we're actually being the sixties and get to the other side of some more interesting movies that we're super excited about. Yeah. Yeah. So we hope you're as excited as we are. Yes. It's my line. I'm sorry. So grownup kids can be found on pod bean. I tunes Google play store, Stitcher. Tune in and Spotify. So make sure you subscribe to us. You can get all these brand new podcast episodes as soon as they are available. You can also find us on social media where on Facebook at up kids. 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Episode 70  Your Questions Answered

Casual Fridays REI

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Episode 70 Your Questions Answered

"And. Welcome to the casual Fridays REI podcast, where you'll learn about the wildly profitable Mitch of land. Investing active lane investors. Adam Southie and Justice liba are here to share their experiences with you, so that you can learn how to build massive cash flow and huge profits from this highly lucrative niche so without further ado. Here are your host Adam Southie, and Justice liba. What's up everybody? I'm Adam Southie here with my co host just and liba. And this is the Catholic Fridays REI podcast. It's wednesday. That means we're catching up on what's going on our business. But we've also got some questions we're gonna answer today before we do that. Let's talk about some education guys were big fans land academy, and that's because Justin, I both got our star with them and for thinking about getting this niche. We have a special offer for you. The first one if you put the word casual CAS UAL at checkout, you will get five hundred dollars off your role and the second one. This is a big one. We take a screen shot of that. If you. Send it to us at consulting at casual Fridays, REI dot com. We will give you a free half hour of consulting over whatever you want. We can pick a county pricey county. You name it. We'll get it done. So let's get started. Gabby wednesday. Why are you laughing so hard? I was taking a selfie of doing that. And you look it up like you're getting mad. No, I wouldn't get mad. I would like to lend a heck is he today? Non I pretty good. Ignoring you, I was. I was thinking about what I was saying because I kept like kept having to correct it. Man. What's up? It's Wednesday, ma'am. Just Ulan grinding through the week grinding trying within Baden Lhasa. I feel like things are kinda slow I skipped a Mailer. What? Yeah, I because we got some things that we're working on. Now, some big things come in. And, and so I kept a Mailer right now too. Time, put some time and a little bit of capital and different direction. It's funny that we have to kind of because you can't just like Miller today and think that you're gonna not be busy next week. Now, if you skip today, it's usually a month from now that you're not busy, so you have to plan that out on your business. That's crazy. I like that. I did because I did the same thing, but then I miss counted because for those who use Plum, I will be in Canada for a week, so Plum will probably be shut down because I'll be offer it and my partner, he's that I have with Plum, he works. And he's a silent partner. So he's in less. There's an emergency will he get involved? But. The one where you're going to be, I'm going to Canada hunting the Canadian black bear. All right. So ready, I'll be slipping. I got all my stuff in get some new Cam. Oh, I got a cameo Geli suit a camel rain, suit, cammo short sleeve came a long sleeve, cammo, three-quarter sleeve. Can't okay there. But we got we got a lot of. Cam. All right. I'll feeling Geli sued is that necessarily that just for fun. Bye dad bought for me. It's my birthday present. That's yeah. No, it's real. It was real nice thing. It's cool because it doubles Gilly soup. But a doubles as an insect repellent like an insect suit. So I, I never hunted. Canadian never been springtime hunting, Canadian black bear and apparently is big mosquitoes up there. I wouldn't think that in Canada. I don't know what I wouldn't know what to think about. Is it gonna be cold? I don't hate to transfer eighty two thirty. Yeah. So, luckily, Cabela's has, like a summer spring time bear hunting guideline. Hey, things you need. And so he printed me off a list. I was like, okay, you need to make sure you have all this, and it was like bring out the camera. It's like bring a cammo jacket. Bring a camel rain suit bring a Cama wool shirt. Bring Cam o- short. Sleeved shirt, bring camel like dry wick shirt break, I'm like wanna Campbell of everything to walk WalMart just grabbing stuff. Luckily, Amazon hooked me up on ice. Yeah. So my wife is like how much money have you spent on this trip really is not that bad. But it's not that bad. I had to buy thermos. Oh, you know what that is a, what thermos l it's like this looks like a kind of like a. I don't know how. Like a nineteen ninety cell phone that has a vent mesh thing on one end. And you put butane and a Matt in there, and you wear it, it creates a fifteen foot bubble around you of mosquito protection. Thought you're going to be like way overdone, like the overdo it, you're gonna see some like I'm gonna be like inspector gadget, you're gonna see some experience, Canadian hunters looking at you like who is this, clown? He's got his Davy Crockett hat on me. Like what hunting is Davy Crockett hat. You got your knife in your teeth and you just like I should be running at these bears. I think that will probably be just because, like, oh, you have a logic thing as I think we're sleeping in a tent crap. I forgot to buy a mad for my sleeping bag crap to find one. Double check that list could be uncomfortable. Thing city boy, is setting up his bedroom over there. They're sleeping out in the hammock cool to take hammock. So, yeah, that's coming up. So for the Plum listeners clients that work with Plum, I will be gone. So every limited response, I believe that we will spend a little bit of time the lodge once everybody's gotten a bear to do some fishing. So I may have some wifi there, but it'll be really limited on what I can do. So if you're closing properties this week, make sure you close them after the thirteenth. Yeah. Good point. Yeah. Okay. So we have things go over today. Oh, it's gonna be free talk. But so I'm going to answer these questions as I would answering if they were coming from you, and we were having a beer. Is that work cer-? Okay, crispy creams this morning to crispy. Okay. Well, so everybody has heard they haven't heard his voice, or they don't know about, but intern Brian in term, Brian, we love intern Brian. He sent us some questions, he wanted to hear, and we didn't really know if they were worth of Aleppo, because, you know, some of them are technical, we're not expert, so we're going to give forgive our. We're just two dudes liked to buy land cheaper than what we're going to sell it for. Yeah. Okay. All right. So the first one, how do you structure your business in terms of tax strategy and accounting? So this is the thing that hangs up a lot of people in, I me, personally, I set up my LLC about it was about three months into the business. I want him said of LLC, and that way, I could get the tax benefits. And the security of the LLC, but everything else after that, my, my suggestion would be keep track of every expense, and ask your account or your CPA. Do you do not need to have a CPA before you buy your first piece of property? So don't start paying for something like that. Just keep track of an excel spreadsheet, go from there. Yeah. Dispel up. I would say you don't you Nelson to do this business note, I did it because I thought I need a business in LA to do this makes me feel good. I'm. Oh business owner. Right. And then I do keep track of my daily expenses. I know m- inside out. Everything else goes the accountant Yano, but too much into it, because you don't want to over think all this stuff, it's not your job. It's you're not the tax professional. You're not the lawyer not to do that. That's the thing so many people want to take the burden of all these things on themselves. If you have your numbers and you know what they are. So say you you spent twenty five thousand dollars on property, you sold it for fifty thousand dollars. So you have twenty five thousand in profit, and then you right off the expenses for whatever else is in there. You're count knows what to do. And then hopefully, they're saving you money. And they find that you only you lost five thousand dollars at here. Even though you really put twenty five grand in your pocket. Okay. Next question, do you have any liability insurance or other protections for your business? I, I don't the LLC protects my personal stuff from it because it separate the liability insurance. I did look at that with a couple of different insurance agents, and we talked about doing a, a blanket policy in since I had some other property houses we did a. A one million dollar blanket policy just to kind of cover me for the stuff that I do. Yeah. For the insurance for me. I've been thinking about it. But as anything I mean, if somebody says, hey, just look at your property, great long as you know, you're doing it at your own risk, just kind of liability, and you can put away in there, if you want, and then you, you know, the hold harmless agreements in a lot of your, your contracts, you should have some kind of hold harmless clause in either your advertising or your contracts. And so those those tend to help you. I next one how much research do you do on county before mailing? It's funny. So like, I'm like, I go by state, and we've talked about high price and Pitt counties. So I pick a state and I'm like okay, and then I start scrolling because I'm sure ching, I priced by margin and price that I want to spend what I'm gonna pay for it, and what I'm going to sell it for. And then I look for the prettiest pictures, and then from there, I usually do a quick check to make sure there's a metropolitan area within two hundred miles. Yeah. I don't how much research do you do? I wouldn't say a lot. I mean I don't I do enough to look for the things that I'm looking for, and that's about it. I don't steer away from a now paralysis by now. I do checks if parcel fact. Yeah. I do check to see if I can get the assessors information one thing, I'm gonna have to add that I never had to worry about getting the deeds. I found a county that I couldn't get in and that, that bothered me here recently. Yeah. Kind of look, whereas it somewhere, I wanna be does it have a good county website, and I get on parcel fact, I like pricing consistency. If I'm gonna mail the entire county, one price. Yeah it's not a not a ton. All right. Do you have a buyer's list and wholesale list? And if so, how to use it I had a few people, I know that work in certain areas than out reach out to on stuff. But if you're listening to this and you ever see a property, I have listed, it's for wholesale two. I mean you just call me and reach out, so no. But as for a list, we started actually capturing stuff with casual Friday, our Email list here, and then, you'll we started building our list out there just for people that have been visiting him we send out three times a month. We send out a deal that we offer maybe five thousand dollars off the property or it may be, you know, some property that we have picked up pretty cheap. You know four five hundred bucks. Yeah, I have a bias clicked everyone's Email as ever responded to me off Craigslist ads off of lands websites. Whatever just keep that Email list, San for me. If you see a property, there's probably a good chance of also a wholesale price on it. And yeah, we'll mail the people, but also use the land, motos lists. We do use his as well. Yeah. And I get like I get. On that all the time you do. I haven't I've gotten to one lead off that damn thing. I don't know. Man. It's so weird because I get sales from land Moto and Craigslist. And I hear other people saying that they don't I don't. I don't know if I've ever sold anything not on those two and advertise everywhere. Yeah. It's funny. It's funny. There's not one way. There's not one right way. Yeah. Do you ever run a sales like you ever run a sale for your properties? If so, how do you do it? Everything's on sale. Yeah. Like I'll do I'll do cash special prices, and she's usually it's the title of the ad that I have out there. I may put another adult out. And then just change a title up a little bit and change. The picture try to drive more traffic, especially if someone's getting a little older stale. I will do that. Yeah. I'll pick a holiday. It'd be like memorial. We can sail, no dock fee and five hundred off. Okay. Cool. That's, that's probably about it. Yeah. Let's it I thought we had something else. But no, that's it. Those are good questions. I think I think they're great questions. It's the technical stuff that everybody seems to get hung up on, you know, and that's I think the difference between like new investor that becomes a little more seasoned. And they get like probably you a me are, and I and I can speak for a lot of guys that just kind of have that. Yeah. We'll figure it out. If it comes up kind of integrity, we are willing to take that kind of blind faith jump and say, hey, I'm not gonna worry about what my counts gonna say right now my count, pay to fix it. It's kind of like an attorney you pay your turn to fix the problem, not to enlist. You're going for advice prior to, but it's not to give you vice after the fact. Hey, no. I messed up and fix it. What do I need to do because there's always a corrective way. Yeah. People ask me questions. I just said, I'm just like I figured I'm want to happen. I don't know if that's like the smart because it's kind of odd for my personality, because everything is, like very set and measured and. I don't know about that. Is that what you me twice a day, I do not twice a day do going that would mean that I saw twice at least one day that, that doesn't happen. Yeah. There's just like so many things that if you get hung up on you're going to not do deals or you're not going to do something, because you're so worried about the technical aspects and a lot of interest in your own head because they don't really matter. I need my business car out of my cannot send a Mailer until I have a business card. I mean that's valid point though. You know if you can't talk about it, if you're not being. Is that right? Are you gotta be about to talk about it? Don't talk about the about it. But if you're not being about you can't talk can't talk about. So you gotta be about it on that business card. Or your website or. Yeah, I don't I think one of the. Biggest flips profit lies that we've ever heard some guide and have a website period, because one that we've consultant or a part of was bought for three hundred sold for five hundred twenty five thousand dollars day. One on the market was to twenty-five profit to twenty-five clear profit in his own. I land deal. No website, no by site. No sell side. No, no nothing. No. And then he still he bought three in that county. 'cause we does pricing and did everything in that county. And he bought three. And I think that county in painting close at three hundred and fifty back so that'll get you hooked. Yeah. Yeah, he sits. He's pretty aggressive on pricing. Now, he's, he's a statistician guy. So he's like pretty pretty aggressive. And he talked to him yesterday. And he was like, man. These guys I've gotten on back but it's with him. He's so like anxious all the time about doing a deal that he's, but he's, then he's probably only way, ten days or hasn't been fourteen or fifteen days. It's always crap. It's crap. And then and I'm like, what else are you doing? Well, I'm looking at these thirteen it came in there, all joke, though. They're all junk, and you're like, whatever man because I think he sent twenty one thousand mailers out on houses while so far this year. Patience is virtue here. Jackie doing deals. So what's going on with you? Well, I I'm working on some. We'll wait. We are council bigger stuff, but I wish I had a whole lot more to talk about my land business. It's just a I bought a bunch of stuff last month. It's all closed, and it's in the marketing pipeline, and that's it. I'm really happy with the properties about last month like all of them are really stellar and it's things are good. But now I skipped a Mailer, and we're working on our stuff my, my property guy that said, on a piece of property that shouldn't show up to closing. He had paperwork told me was gonna sign it and everything that we can't find him still. So he's got a deadline of what we saw it'd be yesterday that we're closing extra escrow, if he doesn't answer. So the cool thing was is like in this business happens is, you know, I still had mail out there. I bought three more properties while sitting there. And so, like I had about a sixty acre this week, a twelve acre this week and a twenty year this week. Yes. So the buy side still looking really good sell side has a couple of contracts out, and then I had four this weekend, you know, there were finalizing negotiate to get them up listed. I've got I think ten or twelve properties, with people out on them this weekend are this past weekend, as well in so since we record on recording Saturday this week, you know by now I should know. So either I'll be getting on the plane to Canada filling good with money in the Bank for the last half of the year or be killing a bear a spite. Yeah. You know, actually just think something that I was doing what is going to bring us up talk to you. But. So when I first got into like the owner financing stuff I didn't really know what I was doing. I'll just go on with it. Right. And so I didn't tell people that they couldn't get on the proper like they couldn't live on the property. And so some of my very first owner financed five acre deals, two of them that people emailed me this last week for contracts because trying to get permits to build on it. And this should be almost done. No off now. Six year notes and yeah. Yeah. Okay. So at least they're getting permanents will the parents would have to be in my name because I it's a I've got one lives out on one of mine. I've got one that put a cabin out on one had one had a house on it. Remember, an Oklahoma, mccartan county, the family lived in their RV up there on the weekends every down from south Texas, moved up there on the weekends. And when she saw I had an old house. Yes. If you could fix old house up. I said, Sears, it comes with it, and they rebuilt the house, and they're living in the house. So you're okay with all that. At this point. I'm I'm money ahead. I just smile about it and laugh. That's and that's the point of why we set up some of our terms businesses, what would be some people are like, oh, you got to babysit them. You gotta chase them down. They don't want him to build if you get your money back on the first side, you know, you keep going, you could get that litigation. Later with them if you need to. But I just get your money back as fast as possible rewards. Now, they're they have a vested interest in it. Yeah. But so I don't let now days I tell the can't live on it permanently so you can enjoy your land treat lane. Do whatever you want, don't building permanent. So you're paying it off. I didn't do that. I put no primary residency clause in it. But I didn't when I got started. And so now I'm now going back and forth, like I haven't emailed him back, yet kind of it. So I'm trying to figure out what say they're gonna mortgage you. They're going to build it cash out of pocket. Don't know. Okay. I mean worst case scenario, they improve it. Yeah, I guess so because then you go foreclose on it. Right. And you get everything. It's just one of those things we're going to have to learn one day. Yeah. So you either write it off. Showed us business loss. Thank you, Mr. tax. I don't think that that will. I don't think I think that they're good payers, which is why I'm like plane just like yeah. Okay. Whatever if need a permit let me know. Because I've only one of them has been late. And he was at one time, and he was emailing me like, Stu, sorry. Sorry payments coming paints coming. So I gotta. Yeah. So I gotta trust them, but you never know you build a house on it. And they're like. I don't need this or you know, I've got the house on it now. What's it gonna do? Stop paying for it. Yeah. Go to Milan and use my tractor bulldoze. I thought about it too. What have you just show up the bulldozer? Like, hey, I'm Adam you bought. This for me. You quit paying his my land mine my kingdom. Yeah. Oh man. Well, you got anything else. No started getting to summer so that no, the parents are getting a little bit distracted. I have been at home because I work from a home office and have in Jackson and Jordan and case and he's found my office, and so that, if you follow me on social media seat carefully his picture of him at my office door, and he just he's likes to come up to it and beat on it to turn around and smiles, and I'm just like man. It's so cute. Just because the other night, I was like she said, did you did you figure figure that out? And I was like figure, what that office away from here is only two hundred dollars a month. We work. I did. And she's like no. That's not what I'm talking about. You're not leaving me here with these hell on. Twins are active man. They and they tag team you and they don't stop there. Winless. Kind of switch, you said following on social media. And so. Eighteen years ago, the resulting that got me excited like in real estate was when flip this house. Started on any. Did you watch when it came out very watched? Okay. Do you remember, do you remember like Armando Montelongo? Yeah. Guy from San Antonio. Yeah. Hey, followed me on Instagram yesterday. Did he really it's probably about? It's probably probably is. And I know that because I, I understand how that works, but I was like, this is the reason that got me into it, and the other, it's him or they followed me. And so I didn't follow back because once you follow back the Bill. So I just kept it after seven days they lead for right now. I'm like, yeah. He's got the blue blue check next to his name. Man, verify. Especially you don't have to check next year. Right. Like listened to a podcast, the other day, it's not difficult. You just gotta turn Adam Southie, on Facebook into Adam Southie, business page, and then it'll verify so that's not what I heard. That's what I read googled it. I remember I told you about Schick member? I tell you about the guy that went to a million followers real follows in thirty days he explained it. It's a tied to media. Okay. So it's still not that hard. You get like a, a media to publish something you said. And then you submit it, and then if that's not enough, maybe then go somewhere else, and you get like someone else to quote, you casual Fridays media, bro. Like a like a big time media thing, I think we're pretty big town. Well, I think we are too, but we're not like New York Times time. Big see me said, no because I see some people that are verified date. That's what I'm telling you that this, this dude, got a million followers, and thirty days. And this is this is what he said. Well, if you're one of these big news publications it wants to sit down and talk to us, we were more than welcome. Sit down because we want to get atoms check, I think the way you get that Yusen them stuff. And if they like it, they quote it, and then you send it to Instagram, and say, well, look, they quoted me we're going to find us immediately. And I think because we are. I think we are you could see our stuff is real. It's raw. It's fun. And I mean we're here, we're happy. I'm I'm stoked, because when you read the numbers last week to me that, what are tracker trajectory is we're like five times over what we thought our yearly goal was, when we started this thing we sat down and said, hey, this is what our goal is. And it six months five times at yes. So you're talking about podcast, growth and download, Yep. So we had a what we thought was a pretty reasonable goal. And we're we're sitting so high above that, and it's. 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MadTrio Podcast - Episode 053

MadTrio Podcast

53:45 min | 1 year ago

MadTrio Podcast - Episode 053

"Welcome to the podcast this week. The other California Brian. Johnston Charney James the Fatman Batman Stevens in the man who on his will wants to be buried in a pair of his girlfriend stocking his ryan breast comfortable so remember to shave your legs have hair sticking or the person going to prep. His body can just do so. Here's one fry people who hate Christmas decorations early Texas. Hoa Tells Family to take down their Christmas decorations rations. Because it's too early. I hate even though I'm a part of one but that's kind of bullshit shit. Claudia Simmons Simon's. Simon says she's pregnant with they do December twenty fifth so she and her husband put up Christmas decker. Kurt decorations early. Just in case. So what do you think should be allowed to say. No Christmas decorations if you're part of a Hoa. You're already in India idiot. You already know the rule. Yeah Actually some issue as depending on how good their run are good other. Hoa's board members. Just make up rolls and because of the board members they get away with it so that may not have been something a lot. August comes down to you reverend. Asian mean people aren't exactly showing up to the way meetings For those of the Homeowners Association was basically what happened in your neighborhood to the point like like your hedges being third and the height and the amount of trees can have their guard Cetera. James and I both knew a guy and his family got around wilder than a little city called Guerrero Their Homeowners Association. We're so strictly your fucking kids played in the front yard clough so the got a letter asking the head one of those giant inflatable double snowmen. And that's what they asked for them to take down. None of their other decorations justly inflatable snowman. I think what happened is somebody's smell meant melted as a child. And they're just you know really anti frosty Richard. No I'm being serious. I'm just like wait. What because why else would you just say? Hey nothing else. Just just do this. That's kind of crazy. Yeah Yeah it is pretty stupid. But I mean I guess if they want the entire neighborhood to look A certain way which is basically A. Hoa Wants. I can see them saying thing. No you're too early. I mean but they had other decorations up. That could even look like there was a Christmas like a Santa Claus Lay in the background of the pitcher. There's there are neighborhoods where I mean ours. In particular demographic of of that neighborhood might be play where it's like. Hey Man I like might be quiet. Did Not drive down the street. And you think everybody's puffing Christmas but there are also neighborhoods Around the year that our mandate than if you live in a particular neighborhood you decorate out of your so. That's what I was GONNA say. I wonder how much because I would totally do like one string delights. It's and then say see it just decoration. It doesn't say many quantity type style. It just says decoration so there that one string lights. 'cause I don't know what what the actual regulation is A little town called Hastings ranch around here but I don't know if they have like a minimum requirement. And you just feel like what if he just knew the minimum but it seems like everybody goes pretty APP in a library. I don't think I would feel like a deck. I'm just honestly I fucking hate crime decorating for Christmas like inside the House you deal with it in that neighborhood. Yeah I mean I would. I would probably be the one house. Matter of fact it would be okay with it. I'd be the one house that was dark on on Halloween. The had no Christmas stuff up. I might put the ball humbug stuff on it. I'm okay with that number four. You know in in your yard. Halloween one creepy out. I'm okay with it. So so like the movie. Nagara's I'm saying go full blown fucking auditor. Yeah right yeah have to sign China waiver in basically sell your life away like it'll be like uh Ho Ho Ho Santa Claus dies tonight. Well there's an actual haunted house that y you have to sign waivers and they can just basically do whatever the hell they want to you for twelve hours I think it. Is You know what I always wondered on that. Like how many. Yeah those actors in there actually just punched because well my thing is I was thinking depending on what they do. Because there's always the ones come out and actually touch you. I think if someone actor her male or female comes up in hits you if your automatic reaction is defend yourself I mean I I I think I'm okay. Well Yeah but you say Ryan you tuned out there for a second. No saying we'll both row. Yeah Pretty Pass if you touch them but they also can't touch you you know they can. They can get real close. Can do all these things but there are certain you know hundred houses where you're signing waivers you you know like saying like these people get pretty good. Yeah so but does that also say you can fuck with them back. I mean well. That's what I'm curious. They carry not so I got so James what's your carrier. At and T. MOBILE AT and T.. Ryan what's yours so if you have horizon. I guess. I'm the only person who has verizon. You get a year free of Disney plus through verizon. I am wondering during how pain in the ASS is going to be canceled but I signed up for it because it's a year for free. Why the fuck not a couple of things interesting right now? There's not a lot of options options for the stuff. I don't WanNa Watch. Obviously there's no songs of the south which isn't particularly surprising that we all knew that. Whatever taste no? I think it's funny of all the stuff that was the one Disney is going to go. No there's none of the Japanese cartoons. Excuse me where Disney isn't. He was making fun of him during World War. Two that stuff's not on their fair. We're made for propaganda purposes. You know so not exactly the platform. They want relief. Those aren't I'm sure you can find like the Smithsonian or library of Congress kind of kind of Bang Disney actually a steel box set of it the number of years ago. I've actually got it I would reprise I was reading an article about it yesterday. Actually in value worker going through the list of movie I mean they do have basically everything cars and bogeyed go going back from the thirties. Yes yes no. There's some of the old cartoons from with the The you know the shorts and stuff like that but The one that was Surprisingly seem to be kind of the focus of the article was about While they brought outside the Dumbo. You know everybody's speculating in the beginning. When they announced that it was gonna be you know they were GonNa take out the cigar smoking you you know crow or a magpies? Crows Crows Because you know the sort of you know veiled racism because they're actually a CETERA But apparently they released in their entirety in its original form and I think they said just like a small disclaimer like like. Hey Hey this video contains you know ideas that are outdated and I'm talking about is the perfect way to handle the framer upfront. Here's what it is after Bert. So as much as that does actually bother me. I'm actually glad they at least allowed it to happen. So at least people can see it. I mean that was the one thing I was worried about because we we. We live in such a weird part of society right. Now that we're told everybody is totally fine with it just didn't happen So some of the the more obscure and I'm saying obscure because I don't don't know too many people who remember it Like there was the nineteen eighty. Five's the journey of Natty Gann which is fairly obscure movie these days because I don't Oh no anybody who's seen it. WHO's under our age? They don't have That I saw when I was looking at last night they didn't have the Davy Davy Crockett. TV Show but they have a couple of movies are Kinda wanted to see the DVD on a couple of other Davy Crockett movie in the rifle. Well there there was a TV show But I mean you know. I wonder if they plan on putting that there is a huge nostalgia market you know and and when all you have to do I'm perfectly fine with the that. Seems like a perfectly reasonable compromise. You know as far as like what you know. We're we're GONNA put all this stuff out out but we'll we'll let you know not like a like a weird trigger warning or anything like that happened. Just hey you know what some of the view. The movie are from the narrow. I'm not I think it's a good compromise. The some of the stuff. I some of the stuff I wanted to see like the original. Excuse me wonderful world of of Disney. I wanted to see real. mousketeers was mousketeers with a netflix cello. EXCETERA and even the the remake exercising cartoon even the Chippendale Chippendale Shit. Oh and there's there's a couple of things Now that you just reminded me of the bill cosby. Disney movie is not on there along with according to what I heard on the radio. Today the built The Michael Jackson when he was on the simpsons is not on there. What your way what Lisa? It's my birthday episode. According to what the guy in the radio said that has been removed. What bullshit? Yeah because it's Michael Jackson. He's a child toucher so therefore it should not be on. We'll acquitted for one by the way. I'm so if Y'all are listening let me cue. Something in as is all three of us. You're like just show the stuff on that. Make people be make their own judgments on it. I don't even want them to to limit bill cosby. I just don't want bill cosby to get any money from it. If he can still get royalties he probably can out of cold every woody Allen movie off the puck and shelby across America before I dropped that at without. Yeah that's a great episode by that other fucking director who got Accused of touching people and went off. Weinstein no no it was. This was years ago. He went off to another country. Yeah Roman Polanski Yeah He's not on their they own his stuff. No but I mean you see stuff around but some of the movies like inspired true stories. There's remember the titans didn't actually know if the have the swamp Pop Fox one remember. We were talking about that last week. On of the Swamp Fox went in there. I'm actually in it right now. So give me a second. I'll search for if okay Well you're looking for that so you know there's something that showed up no back. It's not in there so so you type in swamp here's what comes up the swap. It looks like a body swap two thousand leagues under the Sea. Hope under the sea. So none at that right now so I asked an acquaintance of ours. I think what's happening is just their Holy Shit. The Adventures Bull Whip Griffin stuff. I haven't seen in years years So I think what it is this is just the initial stuff in their stuff later on to come because they have the first season darkening doc the first season of Chippendales rescue rangers. I'm hoping they they do the one How God damn it's the one where blue flies the plane? I'm sorry I can't remember the name of Tailspin I spent tailspin. That's not on there that I've seen so I think it's just I think right now just getting stuff on especially the fact that Oh tailspin is on there. I didn't see yesterday Especially because the fact that it crashed there were so many people. Apparently they got ten million people in subscribers in one day. Wow Wow yeah. They were having some theory. 'CAUSE nobody nobody expects ten million people accept Disney should because Disney for some reason everybody loves Disney even though the House of mouse is on the dark side. Don't believe US look at the thirty six princeton looking up okay Tournament the name of that episode. Do you remember the name of that episode. So it's episode of Dad that's it yes it's of what season you're probably thinking season. Two or three. Let's see what they have here so season to stark raving. What was it Dad Bark raving dad episode number thirty six? Oh thank you So it stops at twenty two on season two so it see if it's on its policies three Let's let's see. I might have to go back and look for the title Stark Raving Dad. I don't I don't see it but it you know it looks like all they have is every episodes twenty two. ABC's Tony Two episodes so so it just may be season episode. What what? What did you say it was thirty? Four thirty four thirty six thirty six. So sixteen season. So that's Bart's dogs gets enough Bart's dog anything in their programming dad. That's what I'm looking for Ramat. That's what I'm looking for right now. I'M GOING TO SEASON FOUR STREETCAR NAMED MARGE. Oh that's a good episode Yeah it's gotTa be here but the way they laid out. Let me actually a google. This real quick all right so he's doing that. So Ryan got a quest for you just looking around some strange ASS news. What was the last time you heard of cattle mutilation? I've heard of what the last time that you remember. Hearing about cattle mutilation fuck like the ninety so October Eighth of Twenty Nineteen Holy Shit in excuse me so stark raving dad simpson Lee episodes episode number season number three episode number one and season season. Three episode. One is not there. Oh Wow why on earth is going on. So here's a little description to the listeners. Because this is a podcast that see if I can find a description of it. So lease reminds Bart that he forgets her birthday every year. So Bart promises just to get a present this year. Meanwhile homer discovers that all his white shirts have dying pink because of the yeah because his lucky red hat. Yeah so I just a little heads up so I'm not surprised. The one thing that was that was one of the best songs of the simpsons is. It's your birthday by the way this goes from eighty nine to twenty eighteen so none of the newer stuff is on if anybody actually watches the simpsons I'm not surprised I think this is the one thing. This is one of the reasons why I've always rallied against online content streaming services. If you don't own the medium is the fact that stuff is gonNA disappear. This is just the nature sure of it because not many people that I know personally are like James Myself Ryan were. We'll just show it if if people don't WANNA watch it they're not going to watch it. I mean are they gonNA get okay. I just got I just got to go out there. Can you look up episode. A star is burns. Hold on let me see if I can can find it a star and then possibly look up the hold on hold on the Dalmatian Asian episode Ryan Okay. So that's the season six episode eighteen. Aw Firm over the neighborhood. Other one a star is Burns is on keep that episode and not the a star is burns right. Yeah that was Critic effort of one there is so much more twists humor in a star is burns. Then I mean. He talks about making bonds via damage by bombs. Work Unlike Schindler's I mean come on I am. I am wondering why I haven't seen the episode in Jackson. Excellent no no I mean the the one you talked about. I probably haven't seen it in twenty years so then there's the other one word the the Mr Burns oh looking for. I think it's best for something but he wants he wants a suit. made out of puppies can't remember the name of that one but that won't even make fun of Disney and I mean if a star is burns burns in there I guarantee the other one is see my vest. Yes see my vest thank you yes. He might've so I'm actually I just google it. See there's a benefit ladies and gentlemen of having in her shit don't know this so they went to the simpsons. Wiki what does it do not tell me the freaking actual episode number KNBR Anti Episode now now Okay Disney. You fucked up. You touched my Simpson's yeah yeah you fucking so season six episode Sir. Twenty may show up. I mean on a Disney so bad in that episode and then steamboat Willie steamboat itchy. Got So what does it say. Season six episode twenty. I mean if they're making that man that my lifelock in heart so I mean to hold on this weird fucking thing about this one guy who who happens to have been a character and a thing like it. So here's a I mean there's so many levels of separation between is they'll those potential alleged events so here in the actual actual so it's episode twenty two dozen and one Greyhound the simpsons end up twenty five puppies but Mister Burns wants the dogs dogs for a four fairies purpose. So let's see so that's their how you did remind me of Of something. I wanted to look up. Sorry this is basically US bashing one of my favorite companies of the world because they do and N. Walmart while we're at it. Yeah I mean both I mean of all episodes to to take off so I'm playing. There's nothing horrible about that episode so trying to get on trying to get Swiss family Robinson nineteen sixty to play. That's where I heard when you play it. That's allegedly where they let their kind of hey blah blah blah so right. Cattle mutilations bullshit nothing. There's nothing I'm really sorry. Nothing comes up on the Swiss. Sean Lee Robinson about being even remotely no check Dumbo. Okay Dumbo gotta having so with the wording. Yeah Mutilation Oh yes a five young purebred bulls were shown up with a drain blood and Eddie parts precisely removed up in Oregon. Oh Wow I thought this stuff stuff was over and done with. I mean what's next week of crop circles. Come back right. Yeah so it says rated G. Contains Tobacco depictions but I don't see anything thing about little kids killing pirates. I don't see any. I don't well. This is on Dumbo. Oh Dumbo I don't see anything or labels. May So when I if I get home this weekend when I get a chance I'll check it out my apple TV. Because I don't I'm using the IPAD APP and right now I don't see anything that actually tells me anything. Here's Peter Pan and Peter. Pan Has the thing that we mentioned that Yeah the red wine maker Redman Red Song and then also you know Nokia with all the kids doing when all the crazy she had contains tobacco. I I don't remember tobacco and half these movies. That's weird thing I don't seat seat and you know I I don't see any of it. So maybe it's because I wonder if there's a child setting maybe I'm just fucking in parents who were prescribing program to be able to fuck in you know manage what their kids watch like. They've always done. And maybe it means that not as many people are bitching is the the internet or the media would like believe. That's asking a lot of Disney. Just because Disney hold on a second. Let me did you have to you. Have to take into account you know working it from a from a media perspective you know people on the media saying and this could be you know fucking blog or the news. It doesn't really matter this point just saying that like Oh people oh are outrageous but by people quoted they could be talking about fifty million or fifty. Disney is the one who didn't know the answer that question there the one receiving the phone call and he gave him a letter and only getting fifty letters who gives a shit fifty million. They might do something out of that. A little disclaimer number or at their bets. A little bit. But I'm not doing that. Strike me as if not a big of a problem as people wanted to believe it. Well it my first thought is maybe it just didn't show show up on my APP. I mean because I I'm not sure and the other thing is you could be right on. However for some reason the vocal minority of people who were like this shows insert insert thing here is horrible because of inserting here? And it should be banned or Blah Blah. I don't think that many people but they're loud motherfuckers. Well Yeah but they've always been wide motherfuckers. But it's Kim and and people have always no matter what they wanted something to go away. I'm sure there was one hundred. The people that wrote letters about the mighty ducks by the way Tipper Gore. I blame you so wait a minute. We'll get that reference to remember. There was an an episode. ooh They have the rocketeer. I as a kid. That's that is a damn good movie. There was an episode of the Simpsons. Where Bill Cosby was in it. Do you remember that one want. Yeah no what was that. I don't remember really but there was a bill cosby episode of the Simpsons and now wondering if they pulled we are find out and I haven't I haven't really checked out for because I don't remember what the bill cosby actual I can let I can let Ryan pulled up where I can just throw to John in he can pull it up the only thing according to Saturday's of Thunder I'm looking at his children of a lesser. God will let me let take a load boo cosby's in I'm sorry by the way ladies and gentlemen four but so so what you do look up. Just typing and global comes up to the WIKIPEDIA. Click on that. And we'll give you the actual episode. which is sounds its way about a very odd way to get there anyways? Always but Now I'm wondering if the three episode I get that forty four between phony point most. Okay that's Bill first appearance called Saturday's Funder Pine Pine Car Derby episode. Thank you start someone else. Trying to think what's it called Saturdays of thunder hold on got the again. I know it's honestly Disney plus is super cheap. Far As when you're talking about the cost of things there's like seven bucks so it's a season three episode nine reasonably cheap. It's about the same price playing for crunchy. Oh Yeah Saturdays of thunder episode nine season three. Okay now. Now I'm just going to do now is my shit. No here's the thing there could be there. It could be reasons why season three episode one isn't isn't there. I'd like to believe it wasn't for nefarious purpose. But you never know. There must have been something there that got everybody's huckle look what what was the episode about actual because it was just basically an episode where they were throwing it in as an oh mosh is to a clockwork orange One flew over the CUCKOO's nest. A crazy guy in a mental hospital who thinks thank Michael Jackson. Well homer gets labeled crazy. So that was Michael Jackson episode. Then Yeah Yeah with the Michael Jackson episode. Oh wait you're talking about those rows no no. It was the why the bill cosby one was. Just basically Hummer was trying to learn. Be a better dad to borrow the season for like a thirty. The season. Three episode one. It's the says we're Bart's red hat. Yeah so that's the episode Michael Jackson's on then. Yeah and that's that's that's the one that's why it was because my guess and by the way I don't really understand it Because Michael Jackson still makes a ton of money from his music so was it. His choice was visit Disney. Because it was Michael Jackson potentially give people issues. I that's the thing I don't understand I just don't get it but are you saying there but under a different title no So from what I heard on the Radio Disney purposely removed that from the simpsons removed. Did the bill cosby at some point. Made a movie uvi with Disney. I was the devil and Max doubling the devil or something back the fuck back in the sixties or something. Yeah and so. They removed that and as a few other things that I don't understand I just don't get how they could keep the one that I just mentioned but not keep. The Michael Jackson won because of their pulling other bill cosby stuff. Did Michael Jackson voices on character. Yes that's probably why because according to this What I saw bill cosby episode? I saw it wasn't voiced by him but bill cosby is in another episode and that wasn't invoice by it and I want to look up children of a Lesser Claude. I'm GONNA have to pull up somewhere else Hold on. I'm still looking things up. I don't understand it but I'm not surprised. I think this is just. I think what happens is Oh my God. Hey Disney the haunted mansion at your movie with with with Eddie Murphy. You couldn't you had to show that and of all the Disney movies that abortion of movie. I mean come on so season isn't twelve. Just children of a Lesser Clod. Because I get episode to sixty. I think these are just counting the actual episodes. Yeah they're hold on. So what does that season twelve episode. Twenty everybody's going to be really like Oh my God season twelve episode twenty. This is either going to be the greatest episode of the Boring Yeah. Children of Lesser Gods is voiced by Bill Cosby. According to homer sets up a daycare center turns the love of the town but not its own son and daughter I I I don't know I don't know why I think it's just because it's Michael Jackson and he's so controversial reversal and you know. I would love the fucking pointing out that John. Taking the position that I usually puck. And take and I'm taking of fucking Disney doing the on purpose and you know it's not including well. Yeah because I. I've always been of the opinion. I don't like censorship. One of the reasons forming politic- politics politics is one of the reasons I'm irritated that the Modern Day media is how much crap that give trump every day. They give the other side so much. A free pass I hate Disney for for basically censoring their own content. Let people be their own guide in and choose not to watch it if people get upset. Simple bitch that's exactly Juan sucking pissed off right now because up until this point I haven't had any evidence that they would have been doing something like this you know and I and I was fine for the song of the South. Hey everybody didn't talk talk about that for fucking like. Hey you know what this was. This has been shown as an example of what not to do for a while. Now look let's not go ahead and include that as our as as kind kind of pay you know a thing we'd we'd like to go away you know and it's not it's not whitewashing history and as much as people are Never GonNa Forget about slavery because that moved. It's you know it's just like hey we're gonna go ahead and Disney personnel from not one but two fucking existence yourself from the record two of the fucking very classic topic A Simpson's episode one more than the other with the faith. Your birthday saw Christ's sake but for such a a again so many level all the preparation between what that episode was and what the alleged crimes were of the of the but the thing is still okabe with fucking convicted on exactly say. Bill Cosby is convicted. Michael Jackson was never convicted. Only alluded to never convicted. He was because it was an HBO Special Nafta after the HBO special everything else. He was basically convicted in the in the quarter public appeal opinions. And whether by the way whether right or wrong you know he was by the way this is something. I actually have a hard time with. Is I have a hard time. Separating the man from the artist is one of the like when I hear a favorite movie actor say something that I completely disagree with or I know it's wrong. I have a hard time watching a role there in without thinking of what there are. I've gotten better at it. And this is one of the things Michael Jackson probably because of my age because I I was a little kid in the eighty s at the height of the king the King of pop when he was literally the hardest artists pop artists. There was you guys can name anybody else in the eighties. As I guarantee Michael Jackson was better and bigger and bigger. So maybe that's why is because he was part of my childhood enough that I still still hold he still holds a special spot for me musically. I'll go this right now. I'm not a pop fan. There there are at least probably more but at least three of Michael Jackson songs did I do enjoy what I go out of my way to listen to him. No but I'm one of those people that can roll the windows up and saying yeah but I mean the thing is that I'm one of those people that did convict him in the Court of public opinion because I did have that feeling but later down the road to to where I'm at today I don't think he's a bad guy I think yeah put himself in stupid situation that he never should have put himself often to have those accusations thrown how what he was never convicted and even people that were there and they had their names turn into into the indictment or whatever was put on him MacAulay Culkin being one of them. None of them Kokin when One of his biggest supporters fan like like like nothing ever happened. You know what I mean like good good we from an outside perspective go go ahead and call it for inappropriate. Yes I don't I don't think anybody's it destroying even after this year's going to disagree with that but criminal I I I don't think so I can't get enough victims to realize we might have got a little mob mentality without one and and like you said never never convicted. I'm assuming that the people fucking investigating. Michael Jackson are smarter than me and would have been looking at more evidence than I am but what I'm going to come back to is the fact act that I am a huge simpsons fan. Both these guys what I say this and this is not boasting or joking. I have forgotten more about the simpsons than anybody I've ever met. And that's saying something Ryan's a big simpsons. The Fan had another fan. That was really big. You mean a friend who's really became friends over the simpsons. Yeah I thought I was sitting next to somebody. It was much more than I did. And we used to sit there fucking forever hours sometimes just trying to each other random fucking trivia. 'CAUSE WE'RE DORKS. Yeah and Dan so to come along and take probably one of the most And I would say the top episode of the Simpsons but one of the most memorable episodes of the simpsons. I'll send an take it off but leave other episodes with somebody who was convicted of lots of terrible acts against women in people but to leave those episodes and then take off one of the most classic episode of the Simpsons. Just boggles my mind. As to what they're thinking I think what it is. I think it's just a matter editor of time before I think what they're waiting for culture to change just because right now Disney is corporate just like everybody bitching about their their job. WHO's gone Super Corporate Britt from say a family business? Disney has to worry about their bottom their bottom dollar and you have a bunch of people a very small minority complain about a very obscure episode by the way Yes it's obscure because it's a very early episode. Now we're doing it. Somebody had complained about those particular. No I don't think it's necessarily people complaining. Yeah I think what Disney did say. Oh Michael Jackson. Will you need to remove that. I think what it was is there. Bill Cosby. I've wondered is like who's sitting in a room. What fucking cleaners? Gene is sitting in a room thinking like oh Michael Jackson. You can't do that with the ten foot bucket bowl well arbitrary making that decision for all of us. 'cause I doubt those reading enough fucking letter about that Goddamn episode to do have them fucking pull it off the air out of Sierra Holy Shit hold on hold on hold on one second one okay. I want to mention something. But if you are a fan of the simpsons as that would be one of the people who would even know this episode exist exist to come along and say no we have to stand against this episode. And how the hell are you going to get that many people to sign that. Because I'm a simpsons fan. I wouldn't sign in that piece of Shit. I would tell him to go fuck themselves so I hear you. I just found the Mickey Mouse Club. Oh and by the way Disney. This APP is not fucking being easy to to to to use. I just want to let you know. I don't know how many seasons a mouse club was have one season on here But it was a few good years holy crap this was hard to find and they have all the Disney nature videos. I WANNA find it with the one where they forced the the lemmings to go over the edge right. I'm so there are stuff so I'm looking for but they do. They have stuff like Pollyanna I know that one of the TV shows. I watch as a kid called Something Avonlea are not on the other stuff that's not on here here but I'm impressed. They have the absent minded professor surprise. That's on their young wait. What's this one? Oh Sammy the way out seal. It looked like swamp from a distance. Real surprised with the Davy Crockett. I might be worth a free week right there I know what was it. TV show. But I'm looking forward to watching because I haven't seen it in in years will be fine for you know the year two and year three. They're rollout offer stuff like they're they're not really trying to go for their usual moratorium I think they. They realized this subscription based thing is turning fucking money and that kind of their business just with that they're going to have to release it every so many years just because the copyright I think what they're doing is potentially a couple of things as things may disappear off the service I have a feeling that's GonNa Happen. Or if they put everything up. It's a fact you're the barrier entry. Yes you have to be willing to pay seven dollars a month. There's another cool deal on here. Apparently and I haven't read too much into it for like anywhere between like fourteen to twenty dollars it gives you Hulu along with. ESPN employs which is yeah. And I think I'm ditching. It wasn't just going to go with a disease in prison instead But I think that they would call stuff up on and put up For both of them puts up barn more for the feeling of exclusivity verses any kind of like. Oh she had something might happen or something like that. There's there's something I think. It doesn't really hurt their bottom line. I think shareholders aren't exactly reading those letters anyway but So so I just found something of Disney's I've never heard of the million dollar duck. They have the they have the ugly Dashon around which I liked as a kid. I'm actually surprised at finding a bunch of stuff I've never heard of which is surprising for me. Sorry I'm I'm still pissed about the simpsons fan. I I just about Oh for days people so I'm GonNa tell you all check it out. I mean it's I think there's a free trial I think it's I think it's worth it for some some things. I wanted it for the back catalogue. I'm getting it free for a year for Verizon so at least until next November keeping it is it worth it in all honesty. I don't know I mean the real big question for me is how much Disney GonNa released stuff on DVD. Because everybody's going towards services now in hard mediums for people like me are going away so one more yeah well back in can be exclusivity charters. They'RE GONNA start rolling out real cool special edition. Asian sorta things like you know James. Oh joke about getting the nine tall fuck in addition of Lord of the Rings. Yeah sounds so whatever so I I have John Homer the great. Yeah my God okay right now. I know you're GonNa Laugh at this one. Guess which episode is still in there that I just had Brian or John. Look up homer the great stonecutter's episode. How can they keep that one? Just early we I mean. Aside from the tire was there something particularly their satire in the whole opening sequence of the song that has making fun of Disney to well. Yeah but I mean. They're making fun of themselves. They happy because they have to get that that you've marketed. Needs that medicine the same way that Fox was always fighting with Simpson fucking rick their network. Ever get ahead making the money. Yeah so they have the entire series of the gum ventures that gummy the bears of Jesus to have Mr Boogie. I don't know that one. I think I say I am happy that dark lean duck. I'm disappointed they don't have more yard. Dog Walk Uptown although I think my girlfriend has a DVD. I've got the season. I have all the dirk window so so this some of this stuff must be from the Fox catalog. 'CAUSE big businesses in here and that a non positive. That's not a Disney from the Fox catalog in what about Mary Do. That'd be awesome. Do you think they've cut out episodes of married with children if it was on here. Oh fuck you no because there's a see here's the thing is I think the reason that whilst obviously speculation again the reason they would hold Michael Jackson because of the what Michael Jackson did the person you can't cherry pick satire. You know that would be weird. I mean there's got. There has to be willow reason then than just my view would never for banning episode making fun of Bill Cosby you know or satire in Bill Cosby and and and blue you know like like the the horrible rape of many women like that would be fine but having an episode where he's you know been arrested as a nice person and somehow you know evil because everything that that person did. You're responsible for because you had him on your show one day. Yes so I think that's really I think that's it. I mean like I said things things may change because you know people being mad at things just you know everything ebbs and flow so I mean it may show people being mad at thing. I I manage this whole thing. I mean this is just bullshit I will say Granted I haven't had a whole lot of time to play with it. I'm impressed with it. I mean home loans on here hilarious So I'm kind of I'm impressed. Oppressed I mean they. They have some stuff that I'm definitely going to watch. I don't know how much I'm going to watch holy crap shipwrecked is on here So Yeah I say give it a try. They may have a couple of weeks ago. God News is on your fucking commercial by the way right now. I hate newsies you any times. I was forced to watch that That in fucking that movie with David Bowie that I refuse to remember the name of it. And don't you dare say I feel I remember the name. Regret Myself You know I say it's worth it. I mean at least for the free trial. I think it's worth it. I don't know how much mileage you're going to get out of it. The only reason I signed up for years I really wanted to give it more than that. Two weeks free trial or a month because it I think really judge a Disney service specifically. I think you need a little bit longer fucker true. I'M A I'm absolute blind sucker. Hey I love animation and by the way people don't get how much I love cartoons and animation in general you get how much fucking John Ciardi like fucking anime cartoon Jimmy. Listen whatever last week's episode where you fucking Defends the shit out of and. Then what Virenque Eric boy gird rope in your mouth all night I just I. There's a certain cartoons cartoons actually my favorite era probably for a cartoons if you look at animation wise of like the last Unicorn I really dig. That's very certain. Style of the Seventies. Oh by the way. If you WANNA movie with an insane soundtrack by the band America check out the last Unicorn you can give or take the story today but the animation and the music. It's one one of my top. Ten Non anime movies Fars Animation. Wise it's absolutely a stellar. I'm going to bring this up because don't bother me so Disney representatives have stayed silent on on this whole thing but James L. Brooks has commented who's James L.. Brooks one of the raiders escaped. He's doing it for the audience. I mean come on. It's so James. L. Brooks is one of the producers and creators of the Simpsons along with Matt. GROENING anyways. So thank you I was getting there but Said this is. I'm against book burning of any kind. But this is our book and we're allowed to take out a chapter the crater said that. Yeah this would James Brooks listen of of the decision. Not you're given it to the fucking world is it. I the Clapham fucking argument you know like the still yours you have ownership over your art or is it released to the world for the war will enjoy as it so there was laws ars an all there was there was an artist. I don't remember his name. He was A. He's a fairly. He's a guy from Britain but he said something that I agreed with any mentioned when it came up to music as it once you release it to the world. It's no longer it's no longer yours. You wrote it but it belongs to everybody else. And kind of the opinion of it and the other thing is if I'm going to bitch at George Lucas for Editing Star Wars. I'm going to budge bitch this because I'm going to be consistent. I disagree with. I disagree with going going back and saying no no no no no. I didn't like that that's remove IT I. I don't mind like hang that you saw that. You may be like but very much attached to because part of this thing that you enjoy. You didn't see that I'm just GONNA go ahead and pick that out that that bothers shit out of them like I also understand the fight Mike for Major Fuck with mine. I get that but also yeah. Yeah I'm I'm sorry. Sorry Man I disagree with you so much for that comment. How could you even remotely think it's okay? I get it. You don't like the fact that Michael Jackson potentially potentially by the what's not I'm I'm talking to the what's his name because I don't want to because he potentially did something by the way there was no real true evidence if there was evidence whoever charged it well of course it was the LAPD. They couldn't convict Lincoln if they were in the booth with John They couldn't convict John Wilkes booth. They were in the box will Lincoln to borrow a very old joke but still fuck you. That's insulting someone who spent his years arguing against censorship. Did you ship of any kind. I'm sorry you can go fuck yourself shit and needs to second and also fucking personal personal level from a guy who spent fucking years memorizing your dialogue because I loved it so much in remembering the tiniest details about everybody episode you know Hey fucking desert to I guess live on my memory. Anyway you're both You know hopefully realizes it is by the way this. This is the same argument. I have against Disney not releasing songs of the South. I understand why it's so touching. I don't disagree that it might need to be handled with kit cloves. But we're all adults well. Some of US are are more adult than others. I think you all can just choose not to watch it or choose to hold a conversation instead of closing your eyes sticking your head in the sand. It's never worked. The only thing you're going to do is get people like me who hate censorship of any fucking type whether I agree with whatever you censoring are not GonNa Rally against it. I want all this stuff available for people to make their own fucking choices. I don't need I don't need government I don't need a business. I don't need anybody else. Anybody else telling me what I can't watch what the fuck I can't do if you're not allowed to say you're not allowed to say Boston government so this is why I this is why I totally disagree with Disney doing that. Yeah no I understand why but I still. I still fucking disagree. I asked the beaten. This damn horse. That really really a annoyed me so a lot of the marvel almost all the marvel movies by the way. I'll probably never watch any more marvel content ever I'm actually kind of sick of avengers Shit But all like all of its here. I'm kind of impressed. I mean there's even some I haven't seen that I know her out Cartoon Wise Spiderman unlimited. They're the one with a really wealthy per ups Parker and the planet Spider Woman's on Holy Holy Crap. Oh X. Men the cartoon ours is on their wow so there are silver surfer spiderman limits. I don't know if you've watched that then the past ten years the that the X.. Men have really aged the last few seasons h because I switched the people who made it. The first couple of seasons aren't too bad or aged. Oh Yeah Yeah and they. They're they're ninety cheap which is not which doesn't necessarily age as well as others I still say give Disney a chance And I I got. I don't know I I mean I wanNA watch chip but I'm also like I am so before we all fucking prescribing Disney thing you. It didn't go fuck yourself. Don't ever touch my Simpson's again. I keep thinking is older I get is and we're actually actually running late but I'll just went on on tangent about Simpson's while I was I was thinking you know the the older I get. Is it really necessary society for me to be outraged irritated as much as I was in my youth. Because you know you know like punk rock. In a young kid sport you don't see too. Many old punk rockers. Who are actually sticking to their convictions? See the see the lead singer of black flag for example. What least when it comes to his youth? Yeah it's not It's not that the is outrageous but to me it's mostly about free speech First Amendment issue. It seemed like everybody. Every in fifteen years needs to be reminded how coordinated and that kind of thing the one thing and this is something. Aw I may lead into next week if I can remember to write it down is there's there's coming to seem to be a new tread grant trend Grad this online so. I don't know how often it really happens happens where people aren't really for free speech but they're not but the only free speech they're really into or they really want is there's Well that's the thing when you ask them like are you for free for like of course and then you know the the policy roles and of course we're overcrowded in one way or another another but the the the blind your what they're doing is it almost coltish that that scares me as a person who has talk to people of every color every creed ever sexual orientation love asking questions the fact that you want to limit that I find insulting halting on every level. So we're going to continue this topic possibly for next week or if not it'll show up somewhere that usually sprinkles its way onto the conversation conversation so any final thoughts now already said. Fuck your hungry all right well. Hopefully ambers picked out her favorite pair for you to wear and as always thank you for listening.

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Extra: Designing Disneyland

Monocle 24: Section D

09:24 min | 2 years ago

Extra: Designing Disneyland

"The. And a very warm, welcome to Monaco on design extra. It's the show brought to you by the team behind Monaco, twenty fours, dedicated design show, and I'm Josh venit each week. We have fun with facet of design that we think deserves just a little bit more attention known as the happiest place on earth. Walt Disney's Disneyland and all its subsequent parks, continue to entertain, devote tease of the brand instead of designers. It employs self dubbed and questionably named imagine is who've helped shape the experience opening day in the mid nineteen fifties, but does Disneyland's over the top theme park experience continue to uphold the ideals of welts, somewhat eccentric vision. How have the waning attentions bounds of today's visitors affected ongoing development? Well, Marianne honeymoon is a design writer at lecture in progress and spoke to Mongols, Christie Evans. I guess the origin of Disneyland kind of starts with. So the story goes, he was at Griffith park, which is a park in Los Angeles with his two daughters, and they're kind of the carousel, merry go round and he's sitting on a bench, eating peanuts and just thought, why can't there be a place where parents and kids enjoy this kind of thing together. I think more than that, his thinking really was that he wanted to create a place that celebrated the history whilst offering space to think about the future of America. So it wasn't just about celebrating its history, its tradition, it's ideals. It was about the innovation what was to come and the challenges that might come with that. How do you do everyone Hank Weaver for the past year, the signature has announced the opening of Disneyland the show. Now it announces the opening of Disneyland. The place. I've been in Mexico sixty five, but a lot, the museum parks, very disjointed. They want themed. One of the biggest selling points to Disneyland. It was deemed everything was seamless. It was very much three sixty storytelling. You can't really see the outside world when you in it, and it was designed that way. So you won't be able to the parking lot all nearby buildings or anything like that. We'll actually went on a European tool. So he traveled around Europe, looking for inspiration as to how he could create this free flowing environment and how he could essentially tell the story all these many stories seamlessly through the puck. And so that's why when you enter Disneyland, there is that one entrance and he sort of wanted you to end to the park. For this entrances, though, under hypnosis, see you would go in and you'd see this leaking beauty cost at center, and that was loosely inspired by the the Trump in Paris where you have this one point, everything sort of radiates around it. It's not very much influenced design at the puck while you go and you have the focal point and then radiates out into these different themes. Areas of the puck. No corner was left undesired. So even when you look at the pavements, each land has a different texture on the pavements that if you wanted to, you couldn't advocate it for the soles of your feet. He is quoted as saying that Disney on radio blend of fact and fantasy. So you have main street USA which is very much an idealized version of like a ton of the century American town, which has, you know, authentic wrought iron on the facades, it's made to be as as possible. But yet this is also kind of set and it's used forced perspective so that when you're in it, it does appear Tula. So it really is blended fact and fantasy that he was awful. On opening day a report came out and said, you know, when do you think the puck will be finished the course ton too cliche now, but so you know, the puck will never be completed as long as there's immagination left in the world. Now we can look back on that and you can read it as Vermont idealism at the park is designed to develop an evolve, or you can look at it as very quick witted post rationalizations by think the very fact that the parks do change and do continue to evolve means very much fits into won't. Initial vision of it was not. It would always reflect interest of the audience and reflect the changes at the studio was going through. Literally land is your land here. Age relives fond memories of the past. And here you may savor the challenge in promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams and the hard facts that have created America with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world. And I think it does a for level of escape some for people, which is why I think sometimes, especially for fans when changes all proposed to the puck and those can be big or small, whether it's a changing if some brickwork to the revamp of the right. That can be a little bit uproar in a little bit of upset because people are used to seeing one thing and it becomes something comfortable they used to experiencing in a particular way. You look at the recent parts of the Caribbean ride, and it was the last bride that won't oversaw personally before he died. And there's a section of the rides that was replaced because it originally portrayed a wench auction essentially, and it got changed. That it's now sort of an auction of the women themselves are in charge of that was I think, petition with up to twenty five thousand signatures people not to change this ride. There are elements of this. I don't think we'll change, especially when talking about Disneyland because it was the Ernie park that will personally sought completion. There is, I think, a level at which you wanna keep it full sterilizer. Keeping those fifties colors. I mean the causal itself. I can't ever imagine that that are going to change its of pink, pastel shade, and obviously when things like the mobile card to start to see themselves being integrated, you can't onto, I have a much more than look and feel. But again, I have to emphasize that lesser quite from an imaginary when he talks about how changes tradition and Disneyland, and there is the idea that it will is designed to keep evolving. So even when these characters in these news of designed looks are integrate into the park, you can pretty much guarantee that they weren't stick out like a sore from it will be almost effortlessly integrated into that environment. Diane, you're sick. Where would you like to go of all the places and Disneyland. Castle, sleeping beauty is sharing your eight. What would you like to say? I think I'd like to go to sea frontier land when Davy Crockett fight. Sian Disney, John was opened in nineteen fifties. Frontier line was into like western esque themes land, and you consider that point westerns Rudy were at the height of their popularity. So I think Disney done as always being thought of and designed with the audience in mind. It will grow to kind of a coma date different ideas. A lot of it is growing into stalls nine, what are they going to enjoy? What are they gonna get out of this? What really was looking to have his cross fade dissolve effect in the pockets. You would see on screen. Could be seen as very organic space. You know, you can continue to add things, removed, things, renovate things, update them, stuff from scratch, whatever you want. But I think it gave him the freedom that the animated films perhaps didn't, you know when films dawn than it's on the screen, and people have watched. It does not so much you can tinker with as much you can edit which Hanes and Disneyland will forever. I think be this space is Ghana and is adoptable. He had an apartment built just of mainstream until the five stations that you know he could say and think about things to change. Awesome. People that are opinions as long as it continues to push in that direction to tell new stories in innovative engaging ways. I think that is at the call was always often. Sincere. Thanks to Marianne Han noon. And if you're desperate to hear more about the history of DisneyWorld and download episode, four, seven, eight sister show the monocle weekly for monocle dot com. Slash radio, even listening to monocle on design extra from the team behind Monaco, twenty four, weekly design show. Don't forget. You can listen to the full half hour show on Tuesdays at nine thousand nine hundred London time or you lucky things. Download the podcast. Anytime that suits you and do remember, they're always more designed the lights to uncover in the pages of monocle magazine. Our weekly newspaper series or one of the many beautiful books that we produce here. This show was produced by the ever patient Christie Evans on Josh Bennett. Thank you very much for listening Anka by.

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Howlin' Ray's with Carl Tart (LIVE)

Doughboys

1:42:53 hr | 1 year ago

Howlin' Ray's with Carl Tart (LIVE)

"This is a head gum podcast. Hey, everybody. Stay tuned for new golden pock love after the episode. Dope wars. Clock. How am I accidentally doing Jerry Lewis slapstick up here? Could never do physical comedy. If I tried, yes. So thank you guys for coming out. I'm sorry, your phones are in those yonder bags. You're probably envious of me staring at my phone for two and a half minutes as they read that intro. But it's a good thing. Those are in there, because tonight, spoil it vendors and. Game. But anyway, before we go any further this week's roast is courtesy of Brad Evans. Let me introduce my co host Hake. Williams junior bacon cheeseburger. Make some noise man. Nashville. Now, I know you guys got your phone those yonder bags, but we're going to spoil a vendor's endgame. Did you do that bit yet or no? Yeah. We did it before. Yeah. Sorry. But thanks for thanks for coming to the brainstorm session, we came up with that. It was a tough six hours, but landed on something great. I just wanna say. Y'all. Pop of the night was the pop of the night. Calling Papa the night the night right now. It's gonna be a bad night. I guess it's appropriate that you're up popping ninety seconds into showing. George Raymond Weicker. My father ferry proud. Life is proud of you. Perform. Very cool. State city. I feel bad for. I mean what what, what do you do? Second table here. Many table, the second table. U S for a second table. Really? It's this guy's. Looking at a table. Are you? Okay. That's great. Staring at someone. Creeping. Fun to watch. It's going to end your loop. Drop. What everyone show you wanna show? Thank you for that. If accused. But from the video game. Pink floyd. I actually like my. Continuing. How about that? Right here in music city. Things are about to turn around for Glenn Walker. By the way, there's not meant to say from that. Pedic's earlier. Folks. Oppressive. But, I mean it's Weaver. We are natural and we are FOX. We have much to discuss. I wanna touch on a couple of things are, are pretty a lot with us for this came over the Karenin station. Table. This. And he put the table. Basically been grappling with PTSD last. Last night. He had a mosquito. He said. Explainer in my. And I was like, I don't know if that exists. So I would be scared if there was a flying spiker by room. Yeah. That's a Todd McFarlane creation. You've seen kiss psycho circus. He was very worked up about that. I think he fell asleep moments later because he warm self out he, he chased it around. He he ultimately killed I was with him. And he killed them Skibo with a box of flash cards, he, I guess he's have homework is even what's going on like, in seventh grade. And then and then afterwards he was just very shaken up. Yes. And this morning, he knocked on the bathroom. I've been in the bathroom a lot strips show. I said this, I said this last night when we're Alabama you eat some crazy food down here. It's true. It's it's a lot. It's on. And you song knocked on knocked on the door in the bathroom this morning. It was like Mitch. I don't wanna freak you out. But there's a mosquito in the tub, and I looked, and it was a cricket, right? Houston does not know his bugs. I hope the flash cars were for bugs, he really does the delay 'cause like base. So, basically, what he thought spiders, exa-, he knew spiders exists. There was a flying, then he learns the mosquitoes, and then he generalizes that too, okay if it's not a spider. It must be some kind of mosquito. Well, now he knows cricket. So he's on the way. Growing. Yeah. He's, he's learning every day, but another thing, Mitch, and I am a man who spills, a lot of drinks. That's true. I may have spilled something yesterday. In the bedroom I was sleeping and on the cable box mutt. Once I. My water on the cable box. I don't think any function, but. You today, the tables were turned you spilled in the car. Everyone blow to way. While they brought pitchforks. I can't believe that you took note of that you door. I've made it I put it in my notes app immediately. Good thing. All their phones are honor bags. They become Uber's go home. That's why they do it just for us. I did. I we stopped at sonic. Yeah. Okay. And we, we, we got some cherry law maids. Yeah. And I grab the top of it in fucking exploded into the center of the council. It was a mess. But don't you very contained spill. Don't you have some empathy as someone who has lived through a spill yourself for a man who spills, frequently you turn this is like some sort of saviours thing, where we both this the first time I in, like two years? I'm saying, but like it's a pain in the ass, right? It was inconvenient. It was embarrassing. It was fine. Stop spilling. So much. I'll try as I said that I hit myself in the nose of the micro. I'm clumsy Mitch better. You don't wanna talk about sonic a little bit because it is not what we're reviewing today. But, but we did have it, and I think have something discuss, but I think to do that we should bring out our gas. We're thrilled to have him. It was his idea to go to his idea from drunk history company, bang may in Brooklyn nine nine makes them noise for Carl tart. We're the big screen, we all hit the screen screen. Yeah, we're in the heavy bees. Hats. Making your allegiance known from the outset. It is not included in my per diem set buddies, guys, I had to buy. Pocket carl. We went to sonic today. This was this was your idea, your at your son, you grew up in Mississippi spent time, here's a child. You're a sonic fan, big fan. I usually keep the same order. Every time I go the foot long chilli cheese Coney and. I'll play around. I don't play games in case you don't know Nashville games. They do. They do a great hotdog there. I got myself the BB L T, which is a bealty on a bun. And no one is really. There was one wou for yours. Look, the foot long chili dog is more of a crowd pleaser, they BB LT. I think is a limited time offering it also sounds like a porn hub search. Taff. Just just large beautiful women crushing sandwiches. Keep talking. But. I'd like those yonder bag looking to know right now. It was great. A few times before love their talk, salty and greasy and crispy bacon bacon, just place, the Patty with bacon. And I didn't know I thought it was it was. Patty. But i'm. At that point was feeling. Into the bathroom. Nick. With. In the floor. Use the restroom. Fairly private one person restaurant. Not feel. Chilly. Be worth it. Surely. In the car next to both work. Alabama slash Tennessee. Okay. You saw this joke. Good. It's fitting prison in Tennessee. Because the state is a real green Hilton. However. Oh my God. I think it's ten out of. We had some before went to sonic today last night. We went out party Huntsville, Alabama. We went and did some Kerry. Okay. They said we were. Considered that party. Let's. But you did have two maybe three I think. I think. No. Three. Can't. Yeah. In. Trait? Now I can throw them back. This one is called. It's a little upsetting. It's called. It's a little. Not super happy. One person. Anikin describing. Carry both of you guys critical singers if you're double. Mazing on these. Did we say Nikki? No, I got a little. Also looking. Get their next. Context, plus? Poorly to carry Christmas. Guest. What's night? One of. For sure. Maybe some. If you could read my mind by Gordon. Read bitches. Country, I used to credit. To become. American, which is great. I know the lyrics because it wasn't boy scouts. Memorize that also. The other four in. But. The. The heart. Land, right back for the girl next could be with the French or the friends for. We're the. California's agricultural state in the nation. People think different part of the reason why I asked him about the. In the heartland. California. Grappling with with poice couch. Amid that next. Changes thing. The world is crazy. Gordon lightfoot. Was it? I did more than didn't you? From? Face common theme. Risk. Which stands for nothing. I guess the whole thing is for you how this nothing but love. That happened to us. Turned blue. News, responsible for the bar was crazy. A little. Eight. Campbell. Forget about the guy. Barracas. I hear. Because I thought I thought he was. It was just okay. Talked to this guy's by cram. Never played with the former. Thing he said. Never played. That was several generations. He was he was. Mike. It was that formers indoors during winter playing pool. Really good at it hustle forever. Forever. But beyond that we're on the road. The viewing tonight was actually basically we. First thing we because we flew to Nashville, restaurant we drove. We hit a waffle house the next day. But. Good looking. My expectations were just like this place. So, but in some. Second perfect score. Every. Would. But the first thing we did we landed. We went to peace. Hasn't been around for that long. It's it's it was in twenty two the mill road. Millrose location, right here in Nashville, which is not the original. But I think it's going to be ritual three and we all it's like. Start here Frank chicken one of the most foods if you like universally people have fried chicken, feel beyond the chicken, how do you feel feel about fried chicken? Treasure that you love. Tolerate. What do you think? To death. Chicken. Fan. Yes. Do you like waiting, sir? Flex. Yes. Thinking man's Wayne. Drums are also. Good. Hey, you get one flat and one Trump. Accessible on people like you. Thinking. Trying to be nice. Baby. In the green room, which I should note that my wife agreed with. Mitch said that the story. Rusty. I agree with you, because you are so likable. People want to be this was something one of our friends in the green room. Is that people sometimes themselves, but they wanna be friends with you. Better person to be friends with. Don't boy. 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Also, someone who you've been unfortunately, the of spicy food. You love it. Disrobing. What are you? It's been three days. I don't go. Last night. Mcleod sports. You can really feel. Phil bill. It's. I know crows. But it's true. The. It was it was. The right level. I think it was a joy. But after. It's legitimately too. Fight is a lot of time to the team restaurants. Not not like Sasha del Taco Bell. Like. But, but here, actually means that is something of a challenge. But, but let let's talk chicken, what did you guys think of beyond the heat intensity? How did that work for you? Take those. Juicy. Get. And. Jersey. We'll be living. It was it was threats. Big breast was juicy right. That was spun. Fucking with mom. Right. A cautionary tale. He is. He's like. Doesn't like see breaking the law. There's no leaves. Z white. Phones, Cheka pitches. Cancel. Very quickly. There's all these pieces of shots. Comedian here. Just like red exits over. I agree. Christmas crunch, crackle skin. 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Maybe that's the. Still. I think the overall characterization scientists, like right? They do. They do. Find good sort of spectrum. Yes. Oh here. It's been friends. The size. Tatty. I think that's probably definitely would agree with that in terms of the Serb, which, I think, were, were better here than they have pies. But here that we had the peach cobbler in the pudding. Like a lot of fun. Didn't you? Have fun getting them the point of eating. Yes. Hemisphere. Streep. Yes. Streeter. Got after heading. We got the peach cobbler. Nice. What is it? The -ticipant discipline displayed collectively, by the audience of every to sit back and just one person. Basic. In this country. This. Crazy was eating. You're supposed. The people at the garden. One benefactor wanting. Comedy club. Cocktails. I did cocktail. Only work had so forth. I thought maybe Mike the split banana pudding, these the ice cream noted that peach cobbler was really good preference. What about these? Desserts. 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Maybe don't live right here, national folks, we gotta get towards I've got a mystery panel was guess what it is the white. Might pass any challenge. Spell of please welcome from kickstart reduction. Thank you for twenty. Because. We're gonna. What? What the reaction was the biggest threes. Threes. Tennessee, your whole. Specifically. Okay. So it's. Tonight. Because. It's a good thing to do the tourists. I it's good. You can. So principal. Both are really good. Snowbo-. The chain based. Podcasters. Yeah. What, what do you think on? Your favorites, Tennessee here national maybe just in southern food. So I think family's the best way. What's, what's. The table with a bunch of people. Pass you vegetables vegetables. Whatever they have to somebody's house. It's, it's fried chicken cornbread. It's potatoes. Sticks, but it's a big. With a bunch of strangers. Before I talked to. There was this. All Cleveland big. Nick believe to be true. That went into. Totally. 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See people from Georgia, but I guess people. Four stores. That's why we're here to call you. I actually I really like. Six. Six. I was stricken way too. Way too much of that. And then I got it up. So tired. Stay keep from this capping fucking four hundred of sugar every was crazy. Do you like RC cola? Challenge, just like feedback. Audience. Actually can work. Microphone, please. Rather? What, what was the table all about earlier? The interim I was supposed to sit on the table. I think we're reading something this after the. Reassure pickup. Raised right there. Looks like making this. Let's go. You're. Area. What? Rex over here to my right. Let us know. Your name of his, I feel I feel. Where do you finish? When you solve. Three. Strange. Clean. Let's, let's experts. Are you gonna cut? Hi. My name is mentioned. Yeah. After that's. We have with me were established. No. Like, like it's. Stuff your own which is place. If we. Casserole names. I wanted. No question. 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Especially to get. If you have some connection to it. I think that's, that's the real answer. If it's whether it's the south where whether it's out borough, west coast, whether it's whatever your whether it's friendly's when he's. He's. People. Including myself the. Restaurant people go in there. Heart is the cheesecake factory. I think it's a complex proposing. But if you. Sixteen. Any thoughts of great proposal place missing? After. L U. Would. The king. My lovely wife. Open up a Big Mac stick. Stuck right in the middle. Thinking just imagining proposing. Lovely. Sure. Pretty good. One more question. Just. What's your what's your question? What's this the most because? Anymore. You can't bring yourself. So full. I have an answer his connected to, to valley, which is. Slurpy which is fucking. Do it anymore. I used to wish to get one every day. Store. About diet people. Every was a Cup of coffee. Just after work treat insane so much sugar. This is like four hundred fifty calories of sugar. Putting the bodies every day. How many fucking great? Got the answer. Anything anymore can love pitchy? Pepsi, pepsi. The west coast. Expand out. I mean, I guess maybe it's good that we don't expect out there and if it is retry. Right. Michigan. I'm still hurting. So be careful on the sides of Tennessee tonight. Watch. Just having more. Pepsi. Black. Good. Five seconds Erica. The thing I don't let myself. A watermelon. It's just insane. You can't. You can't. It's a lot about cookout. Refuting right now. Leave. You guys claim RIC later. What? Boy, mitch. It's time for another dish. In of the golden pock Lub here in Mayow. That's right. That's right. Cat. This is this is a work with the Santa door foundation to help find lovely cats. Some loving homes and our cat this month are catcher if you will. I love it, Nick, the catch ler and this guy is a catch, because he is a an incredible and a lovable. Honk named Dwayne the cat Johnson, very handsome, very modest. Links point Siamese Tomcat has the prettiest is but he doesn't know it has the tightest meow, but doesn't know it. Arming huckabee'll, and the nicest cat you could ever hope to meet extremely handsome, little guy. He's a charming huckabee'll guy, Nick just good looking cat will put a picture up so you don't have to trust. Our words you can see with your own eyes Nikki's food in love motivated, I'm half motivated by that. He has been known to find room for multiple dinners in treats every day. Like cheat day you got your cheat days every so often some. With me. Everything's cheaper maybe. By the way, I was thinking that movie hall pass. Better. It would have been better into the whole pass into being a week. If it was called cheap day, and it was a day, that's a better title and more, compressed, compressed timeline makes it so that they have incentive to like these horn guys can get their horns out. Do you have any other movies from four years ago? You wanna punch up for years ago is being charitable from like two thousand eight. Nick, he's Dwayne the cat. Johnson is a gentle giant, like your friend, Mitch. He's sure is. And hey, he say you know, he's a little tough go of it. He's been living on Los feelers in the streets for seven or eight years got a got brought into center door foundation. And he looked like he got into a fight. He had some abscesses. He it's a medical concerns. He you should know that he is FIV positive. And but also know that most FIV cats can live a long and healthy life, as long as you're taking precautions to expose him or any other positive cats to kitty colds or viruses, as everybody have a harder time, Nick, even when he went through all that they said he was acting like an angel. Yeah. He's, he's a real lovable guy. The kind of cat they can get along with everyone. He's happy to be part of an samba, but also easily be your your loan cat. What have one cat around the house? He's that first atoll and hey, you wanna meet Dwayne the cat Johnson? You can forget fast and furious. It's time for fast and furious. Anyone interested me this big Phil in person can go by the rescue Friday, Saturday or Sunday from noon to five pm three one six five Steelers boulevard. Los Angeles, California nine zero zero three nine or will put the Santa door social media up on the Doboy. You patriotic Nick there's Twitter. There's one category really push for its Dwayne the catch on doing the cat deserves. She's had a rough goal if I was gonna bring a laugh, IV isn't a death sentence. A lot of cats, live a long time with for sure. And give this give this guy a nice home for a good decade where you're going to make his life, and he and he'll make your life, a lot better to Nick. That's, that's for sure. And hey, for more information on the catch Johnson or any of the many cats vailable for adoption Sentate door dot org. Essay N T, D, O, R dot org, or check out their Instagram sent a door rescue, and that'll do it for this episode. What? It's may. Ow. Next. Mayow. Let's give Dwayne the catch Johnson a home. What isn't that? What a nice intimate wonderful wonderful and to a very wonderful meow filled months that would be go to Hobson schon Hobbs. And you say guess what? My cat's name is Dwayne the catch and the whole theater's gonna love ya with somebody will make like is it named Hobbes Calvin and Hobbes? No. That's stupid. This out of here in the us. Your kicks the guy out the fucking door. He goes out there. He's like, it's Paul painful price for this ticket in everyone's shut the fuck up. You loser. And then he goes, he goes to work, and they're like house Hobbs. And he's like, oh, it was good. Like, what part do you like best? I don't know the court chase keyed in that shit. You get the fuck and fire pieces shis job. He goes home and walks in, what's going on, on dude is railing as wife, what the fuck why. It's because you didn't see Hobbes and show you loser. This guy's a Hobson Shah, and he knows how to satisfy a woman get fuck out of here, then you get a gun and put it in your mouth. I'm social cool and you pull the trigger doesn't work. You're such a fucking still yourself fucking loser anyway, with you. That's going to happen to you sent door dot org. That was a hit them.

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