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Yes is the thriving Dennis show with Gary tax where we help you develop your ideal dental practice one that provides personal professional and financial satisfaction. Welcome to another edition, thriving Dennis show. I'm Gary tax your show host. There are some amazing young Dennis that are really doing some awesome work to advance our profession. My guest on today's podcast is one of those incredible young Dennis his name is Dr Brian Bali wass, and Brian I are going to talk about a number of different topics including his practice in San Francisco that is insurance free. His use of social media to attract new patients impotence for his use of Instagram. And we're also gonna talk about the new world of influence in the dental profession Brian number of his colleagues doing some really interesting work to influence the manufacturing side as as well as the clinical side of dentistry. I really think you're gonna preciado Brian's perspective on these different topics before we get to that interview. Though, we have another top clinical tip with Dr leeann. Brady in this top clinical, tip Lee is gonna talk about a particular product. That is called thera- Cal for pulp capping she's going to share with you why she likes the physical properties of thera- Cal as well as their delivery mechanism. Here's that top clinical tip with Dr leeann Brady. So for my top clinical tip today. I wanna talk about a material called thera Cal that we use for pulp capping. And so they're Cal is a really ingenious product, it's actually Bisco product and out. We'll talk about why like it because it's mostly that I like it because of some physical properties of the material and the delivery system, but in general when we think about pulp capping when we wanna try to preserve the health of pulp of a tooth, whether we're doing indirect or direct pulp capping there's really just to materials that are kind of the standard and one is to pulp cap with something that contains glass eye on them. And the other one is to pope capless something that contains calcium hydroxide. And for those of you who is old as I am in practicing dentistry thirty years, you mmediately think of DIKO because that's the calcium hydroxide. We used to put underneath amalgams while the challenge with calcium hydroxide is it takes a really long time to set end today. They more commonly. We actually look at pulp friendly materials that containment we call MTA mineral trioxide aggregate. Well, here's the secret news MTA leeches calcium hydroxide. So the active ingredient is still calcium hydroxide, and we have lots of MTA based products on the market anything that says, it's bioactive contains MTA, but we wanna pulp tapping material. And as I said calcium hydroxide takes a super long time to set and that doesn't work in the flow of dental practice. I mean, I don't wanna rush for the sake of rushing. But I also don't wanna sit let something set for twelve minutes if there's an alternative, and so now we could talk about their account. So they're a Cal is a resin based material that contains MTA mineral trioxide aggregate that is designed as a Polk capping the chill. So it's got exactly the active ingredient. I want calcium hydroxide. It comes in a syringe. Like a plausible tube, and you can put a tip on it. So it's got a really cool delivery system. You don't have to mix powder and liquid or put it into traitor or do any of that kind of stuff. And because it's resin based you put it where you want. It you hit it with light curing unit. And as soon as you hit it with like carrying unit it's completely set, and you can move on. So after -plication you're talking about twenty seconds. And then you can put anything on top of it. And you're ready to go. So you're going to save time. So you get exactly the chemistry. You want in a pretty darn quick and easy delivery system. And at you don't have to wait fall of that set time. So if you've not looked at thera- Cal on disco. It might be something to think about for when you need to do pulp capping. I mentioned in the intro that my guest on today's thriving Dennis show is my friend. Dr Brian Bali was hey, Brian. How are you? Man. It's going great. Hey, I am super excited about our interview. It was awesome. Seeing you I guess that was about three weeks ago two and a half weeks ago in Los Angeles for the DIA the dental influences alliance conference that was so much fun. Yeah. Based or thanks for coming by saw me running around. The other four about there's trying to get everything sorted in the order. Yeah. It was awesome. We'll talk a lot more about DIA, the the acronym dental influencers alliance, but this was a brand new conference that you and in four of your friends put together, and you guys rocked it, man. Hey, it's not easy to put on a new conference in and get Dennis to come from all over the country to attend that conference. And you did it man. Yeah. It was nice. How team hurts fighting the file us. It's me. Ben johnson. Nice Tanada on rights and Blake McClellan, you probably mostly I know more by their Instagram. Right. We all had our little roles and in put everything together came together. How like transformers, you know, it was great now had you, obviously, you you all knew each other through social media had you all met face to face prior. The conference. That's interesting actually lay came up with the side DEA use the brainchild behind us than him came on hand-picking people kind of get this thing off the ground in you know, I met knife once in person in Chicago around mid wintertime in I think, that's it. Everybody else. Allen Bennett visited San Francisco once we had lunch together. But the the entire planning of this conference was done via FaceTime via DeAnne via Email. It was it was pretty cool to to kind of get everything together virtually will man again, just just kudos. You guys. Did a great job. I really loved interacting with the attendees. It was a wonderful mix of attendees. You had many young Dennis you had dentist there were mid careers. Denison relate career. It was just a wonderful cross section of our profession. I would. Say there was one common denominator among the people attending and the speakers. And that's that everybody there is passionate about dentistry. Would would you? Would you agree with that that label? Yeah. Operas a great one. You know, everybody. All of these other conferences, they've been super helpful. But we wanted to build something around community, you know, around people that we know maybe through Instagram Facebook, and knowing that when we got the other person that that would be something special. I think we see the, hey, so if I can let our listeners know what we're gonna talk about on this of you're going to kind of talk about three different topics and kind of weave together in a way that makes some sense. But one topic is we're going to talk about being insurance free. This is a topic that I I know both you and I are passionate about and we're gonna talk a lot about the concept of being insurance free. And why? You know, our listeners need to reduce their insurance dependency. We're also gonna talk about social media. You are a master at social media. That was DIA was the most social media savvy conference I've ever been to has rocked. And I like to talk to you a Brian about what how you social media in your practice, and maybe we can share some tips with with our listeners, and they were also going to talk about what the future looks like for for DIA DIA two point. Oh, but hey, before we do any of that would many of our listeners, of course, will recognize you they probably know you more through Instagram or your social media handles. But we'll have many, you know, we have listeners one hundred seventy countries would you be kind enough to share a little bit about your back story. And what it was that sort of motivated you to become a dentist. Yeah. Totally. The health field working with my hands comedy. Explored other professions like being surgeon. You know, there's something about Dench with the immediate gratification of getting work done. You know, even though people say that eight the deaths I think for the most part, I think it's pleasant place any kind of surgery have any major surgery, even if it goes, well, it's not a pleasant place to be. There's always complications follow up dentistry is way. A I've found a widow come change lives and really changed people's attitudes towards it turns their own health in their mouth. So I graduated in a two thousand fourteen from the university of civic. So I think I'm still recent grad that counts. Yeah. You still count you still? Well, unlike like, so many Dennis, of course, Brian. You're just an academic wizard. You're a four point. Oh, valedictorian. Right. No. No, I Oregon and not really was a big contrast to two point seven at UC Davis. I wanted you to share that with her, and my tongue was firmly planted my cheek as I said that I wanted you to share that with our listeners because our listeners literally literally ranged from pre dent all the way to senior practitioners. I got an Email the last week from one of our listeners eight years old, right? Still practicing dentistry and passionate about it. But what would you be kind enough to share your? Let's just call it unremarkable undergraduate career now that change that change because I think this is going to be motivating to some of our listeners that might step in the mud, and let them know that there there there's options. So would you mind sharing that story? I find it fascinating. If you don't mind sharing that I think it'll be motivating sulfur. Share about before. Yeah. So I'm pretty open to to UC Davis, and I had a solid two point seven GPA at two point three science ninety. No, higher graduate, not place. Just give class the end. You know, it's funny. I take a quarter where I got a in the lecture in f- in the laugh because just didn't home. I just didn't take school seriously as part of fraternity and to prioritize that over my own academics. Unsure there's many listeners now that your stock literally just buying up radically. Now, what was interesting about it, though is there's a bit of a mulligan. You took the mulligan route using a golf term took the mulligan route to dental school acceptance, can you share that? Yeah. So I that's both Akram at you know, there's no getting around trying to boost your grace your grades. You. Gotta do. Something about it. You can't try improve the DA t get his shadow hours. You can't bridge low raise them. So I went back to school. I went to the university, Oregon. I think you're to I'm fighting duck not just regular duck. But I'm a I'm a funding. I'm in Oregon graduate. I have a passion for for that university and very fund of memories of my time there and fund that we share that in common. Yeah. No. I mean, we both did. Well there too. We both out over four Geezer, I actually graduated with a four point one two. Yeah. And so we're listening to wait a minute. How does that happen? Well, they give extra GP points to an a plus, and I actually graduated and I graduated in three year. I was in a rush. I didn't go to college. I was twenty two and I was in a rush. But I was highly motivated and you were as well. I actually just it up. I have a four point. Oh, six they gotta grow six on me there. Yeah. Just nineteen to twenty units reporter, upper division, science, some grants will science courses just the soap showdowns will of it. I could hang. Right. You know, Bryan, you may know this or may not maybe our listeners don't know this as well. But on Mondays I teach at mid western University School of dental medicine here in Glendale, Arizona, the dean, Dr Brad Smith, he's UP grant as well. Brad recruited me for about three years and every time he'd recruit me. I'd say, thanks. But no things brand need another job. Well, he's pretty persistent. And he he finally wore me out. And I said, okay, I could I could be their day week. I could be there Monday. So I teach practice management in the behavioral side of dentistry, the people side of dentistry, and it's it's a blast. It's it's it's so much fun. And we have a program there at at mid western. And I'm saying this primarily for our pre dent listeners that you know, let's say your GPA is quite there or let's say you're not scores. And quite there, that's entirely possible. Right. Sure. Then you can go and do a one year master's program at midwestern. And if you get a three point a minimum of three, oh, no you really need better than that. But if you do a minimum of three point, oh, you'll be guaranteed interview at midwest. Yeah. And it's a way like so many. You know, let's face it. You know, so many eighteen and nineteen year olds entering college. They don't yet understand the importance of of grades. And you know, it's it's fraternities and social activities and everything else take precedent. And you know, if you if you kind of stumbled through your first couple years, no amount of performance in in in your junior and seniors gonna make up for that. Right. And and you're gonna end up with a two point seven GPA, right? Very well. Yeah. And so they they realized that so say, hey, it's a one year. It's a master's program in forgot what the exact program is. But it it's like a fifth year of dental school. But I was what I tell. I tell pretense who think of it as like a fifth year of dental school where you just taking it ahead of time. And if you get at least three, oh, then you'll be guaranteed in an interview and the chance of getting in a pretty good. Of course, if you do better than that. I have a wonderful stories actually, a friend of the family same story. You know, he ended up with like a two eight GPA just you know, wasn't wasn't enough to get in. And so he went and did the one year master's program. He's now a d three student and rocking dental school, and he's going to have such an amazing career. But I I give western credit for coming up with like, you know, an alternate way to get in that I think is very sensible. And of course, you still have to perform like you did. You know at org, and you still had to. Yeah. I think that's the big thing is a lot of people like it is negative or like like a CBA. They're doing you favor down school is easy, especially I'm into you appear. They squeeze two years in the one, right? And so, you know, if I can hang with undergraduate courses will make anyone thing that I can hang. So I really had to prove myself not only to them to myself that I could actually do things. Well, actually do well on dental school. I think it worked out. Well, I would agree. And and and I want to give you a compliment the profession benefited from you graduating from dental school because you are doing some amazing things would you mind sharing your path from graduation to now? Yes. Graduated two thousand fourteen I was going to go up to Texas because that's what do just sales. There's not not sales tax. There's no income tax. Right huge. But I ended up waning job here at C M. Just ahead. A lot of mental or a lot of faculty members were looking out for me and said, you know, what if you want to end up here you should price started revere. So, you know, shot Jesse Belaid with me with her classmate from class of two thousand four you can granny and he took a chance on me. He loved me trying to build a practice within his, and you know, I started off being associated another job. And then building my own little practice in his in. You know, my first month I made five hundred dollars going man this kid's this. But you know, through some creative marketing which like social media, their some hard work through trying to become insurance free at really kind of build that up. Now, I think I'm doing three days downtown here in union square, and you know, not to talk numbers or anything. But I think my practice is built up to around seven fifty you know, I'd like to shoot for that million Mark soon, and that's a three day week clinical practice cracked down here in a day in a half over other Gatien in the marina. But really a lot of that just building up, you know, hygiene educate, people working in officiant manner where I'm still doing the time dentistry. I wanna do. And I'm not really feeling the pressure being rushed or having to diagnose things a certain way. I I feel really comfortable, and I think there's still room to grow, man. I just I just I feel so a couple mentally about what you're doing. And especially early in your career. You've got some amazing skills clinically. You've had some great mentors, and you're doing some really incredible things. But one of the things I wanna talk about with our listeners is the decision that you made to be insurance for you. Because there's a lot of young doctors that aspire to this and in their mind, they think oh my God. I can't do that. And there's a very famous Henry Ford, quote that says something like this. It says believe that you can believe that you can't either way you're right. And I and I think that quote. Has a lot to to has a lot of merit in this conversation. We would you agree with that? So share with our listeners because you I mean after banking, you know, obviously, you made so much Bank in your first month. You know that five hundred bucks, you can spend it all in one place to do. That went straight to suit. You think so, you know, clearly, you're surviving at this point. I am you know, again, I'm flashed back to twenty four teen. You're you're literally on survival. And maybe even thinking, oh my gosh. What am I going to do? I can't have another five hundred dollars a month. And what was it that gave you the courage to practice insurance free model? You know, it's interesting, you say courage, and, you know, talk about who are, you know, they they want to shoot for that. As if it's some sort of goal. But you don't want some sort of mystical creature that you're gonna catch for me. Worrying her Cisco. It was a purely numbers driven game in the sense that for what insurance reimburses you for being an in-network Dennis you have to rack this a certain way or produce a certain amount in working sustain that. You know, if my fees are a hundred dollars for procedure, but to the in network, you know, I'm getting paid fifty to sixty dollars for that that forty dollars might cost to that patient in the door. And if that revenue goes Jan on. I've gotta do double the word to do the same amount of you know, to do the same amount of work. And so I just love your thinking on because in our listeners know, my story when when Paul and I bought lifespan were what we came to call smells, we quickly discovered that the previous Dennis had signed up third. Thirty four PPO plants Brian. I didn't know they're worth thirty four insane. It's it is absolutely insane. I I don't want it. Sorry, interrupt you there. I really don't keep the banker. And I know you this animal people being were anti-insurance. No, I get a lot of people going. Why do you hate insurance so much no-no? If you have it if patient has it I want to use it. And if you take insurance you're in network, and you actually get the numbers to work out in your favor than have that it. I wish I could do that. But for me just doesn't work. I'm so glad that you said that because actually although over a two year period of time, we we we successfully went out of network with all thirty four those plans over time. And when I say successful, let me quantify that Brian. We retained eighty four percent of our in-network patients when we went out of network we retained eighty four. Percents and less anyone thinks. Oh, well, this is unique situation. Remember, we're in Phoenix highly competitive Brian's in San Francisco, highly confetti competitive, there's a building four fifty Sutter. You're familiar with four fifty center, of course, about your months ago. Yeah. It's it's a high rise building. Near union square. I'm not sure how many dental office had houses. But we're talking about hundreds. It has a hundred twenty eight different dentists specialists in it in the Bill I were about two blocks working is about two blocks away. And we have about thirty eight I believe so there you go. So it's not like people in San Francisco don't have other choices, you know. And it's not like people in Phoenix patients in Phoenix don't have other choices. However, we successfully went out of network we retained eighty four percent of our network patients. And I emphasize that although we are not in network. We are very insurance friendly, and I know you understand that right? It's you have to explain that to to patients in in in the sense that once they actually understand my conversation. With patients usually starts with the difference between in our in our network, and once patients on her stand that all it is advertising that to be in network. Your discounting your work in order to get new patients in the door that opens up the kind of avenue for the understand what's going on. Because when when you really audit for me, personally, I I checked how I was getting new patients in a majority of my new patients coming from referrals of existing what's. And so if that's the case, if that's my main source of patients, then why my pain or discounting these insurance, the my fees giving these insurance companies money for patients that they're not necessarily giving me. You know, three months into our practice ownership. I looked at our adjustments are average adjustment in the PPO plan was thirty eight percent. That was the average adjustment say percent. And and we had this is a five hundred thousand one practice when we bought it. It was stuck was it was just just the previous Dennis was kind of on autopilot. The only thing he did to market. The practice was the sign up for PPO plans and three months into it. I looked at our judgments in August of seven, and we had thirty thousand dollars worth of judgments that month thirty grand, and I looked at that. And and I I like to teach Dennis to think about those adjustments as a marketing expense because you are paying the insurance company provide you patience it when you look at that. So just annualize that for me bright. If I spent if I'm spending I'm using spending an air quotes here. But if I'm spending thirty grand a month and that happened every month what? The annual cost about three hundred and sixty grand I turn to Paul at this point. I said Paul we could spend a fraction of that a fraction of that. And get a much better result and intern attract patients who chose us for reasons. Other than he's on my insurance. Yes. Yes. And man, I'm telling you of we made many strategic decisions in our practice, but the most important strategic decision that we've made was the decision to reduce insurance dependency and ultimately become insurance free. And again, I'm not suggesting that everybody should be insurance for because there may be certain nuances of your community or so or frankly, your practice may not be ready for it. But he could be maybe your fees justify what you don't like it, you're happy, and you're getting paid what you should be getting you know, like why right, right. But I I am suggesting is you know, we in my. Coaching firm. We have clients in forty two states. We've done this all over the country, and I can share with you that each and every time we've reduced insurance dependency, we've had massive success. In fact, I was challenged our clients bride say will we kept eighty four percent of our patients. Now, I've learned a lot since then I've learned a lot, you know, in in doing this price over the country and share it all with you. I want you to beat us. I want you to retain more than than eighty four percent recently. We had to climb the mid west that when he went through this process and his practice. He retained eighty nine percent of his beige. It's like I'm celebrating with him. You know because that was even better than our eighty four because he could come in on her shoulders. Well, I hope that your voice resonates with all of our listeners. But especially our young listeners that you do have a choice. We had some all the land some plans I had high nineties for attention some plans. Visit the way they were structured. I just did make sense. I go. Look, it's great. If you wanna come seating. But if you're looking for some people are different stages in their lives at people who were in their fifties. And sixties they had you know, couple of hundred dollars to come see me. It was okay with them. And then I had people who are twenty two in that fifteen dollars on cost meant something to that. And I told him. That's okay. When you're ready. I'm here. It's not a big deal. But it's fine. You brought up that whole, you know, when you are network, you're paying your you're spending advertising, I told I was give us jokes my staff ago. Imagine if we took all those dollars. We just put our office phone number on them, and we just handed out dollar Bill. Hey, here's a dentist. Here's a dollar. All if you need a Dennis, we'd probably come out ahead. I'd like to test that. Brad. We I I'm not an accountant, but I do okay with numbers. Okay. So I did some cost accounting the worst PPO plan for us was met life. Now that may not be the worst one for you. If you're listening, but it was for us. And every time we did a crown for MetLife patient cost Paul, and I one hundred thirty eight dollars close out of pocket to ride that crown are contracted fee was like five twenty five, and I told my team, you know, there every dentist every office seems to have one of those front desk drawers, you know, in the in the in the front desk that you keep the sticky notes in the pens in there. And I said we should take that drawer and take it out and dump out the sticky notes pans, and we should put one hundred dollar bills in there and everytime MetLife patient comes we should handle a hundred dollars and tell them to go somewhere else. And they laughed and I laughed, but then they quickly understood that wait a minute. That would actually be a good things. You would lose lose less money. If you did that, right? So. Okay. If I put you on the spot for a second, Brian. What would you say to to a young dentist, and I'm going to actually paint? A may. I may I paint a kind of a fictitious scenario here that I think might apply to many of our listeners. Yes. So young dentist. Couple years out of school mastering their craft taking lots of c-, you know, really really having a good experience early on. And they bought a practice. And it turns out that the practice has quite a number of PPO's, and they're interested in navigating away from it. What would you say that young dentist as in courage -ment, maybe even direction to start to go on the path towards insurance free? Earlier in this podcast. You will Henry Ford in. It's funny is I have a really my favorite and report, quote, which is if I had asked people what they wanted. They said faster horses. And so I knew you were going to say that I knew that quote was coming up yet. Cool. You you started at U N report. He's got a quotes and that one with sunny, you ask you go to that practice. That's when you ask Asians. Why are you here? What are you looking for? They their value of the fact that that is in network and insurance is high on the list. Now, I'm not saying it's easy. But and it took a lot of personalized emails from me. It took a long phone calls. It took a lot of phone calls for my staff. It took a lot of shared time. But it but right now, Mike current patient load my nation base. They're very educated about what insurance is what it covers in my style dentistry in how the dentistry that they received is actually -ffected by that choice of being out of network. I mean, I've had to leave and they say oh. I can't do this. And again, I'm not judging different philosophies of dentistry on just judging. It's a cost thing and sometimes that plays into our ethics whatnot. But I've had patients come back in they go, you know, what I went to a couple offices in and they said, I need ten billings. Will if you remember our conversation, I told you you had ten cavities. You know, I it's a difference boss. I don't think they need to be filled. And you know, I stand behind my work. Let's say, you know, one of those feelings ends of eating root canal because I missed diagnosis I'm gonna stand behind that. But but being insurance free allows me to to the freedom to practice in a way that I couldn't practice if I was cutting my fees in half. Or our approach it like smiles is actually very simple. But it's quite profound. May I share that with your Brent? I like that you're so our approach is we want to take care of page patients the way we would like to be taken care of. And that means clinically as well as behaviorally, and we found and I say, it's simple because that's actually simple concept. Take care of people the way you'd like to be taken care of simple, right? But it's it's simple in concept. It's difficult than 'execution. And we found that we couldn't take care of patients the way we wanted to if we were to continue to to stay network because in no way, we're gonna have a different standards of care. So even when we were in network, we had one standard of care, which was the kind of quality. We'd one arm out. We weren't going to ever make a compromise. That would you know because the patient at a PPO plan that we would, you know, use different materials, or whatever we were gonna do that. And so we found that. In order to make our business work. So we keep our doors. Open pay our team pair overhead keep our doors open. We simply couldn't participate, and man, I again, I'll echo when I said earlier that of all the strategic decisions we've made that was the most important one. And I just love your your experience what I would consider early in career, and the the conviction that you have a the fact that peop- people will come to you when you can start to market, and develop, you know, a reputation and craft that in such a way that people will seek you out and your example of that. And you know, you I see, you know, much opportunity to come yet, you know, in your career, but you've done a really great job of practicing in a way that gives you a lot of satisfaction. Yeah. Helps sleep night I'm gonna use this as a bridge of for our listeners. I'm gonna invite you to follow Brian on Instagram. You have a great Instagram handle, would you mind sharing that with with our listeners? Yeah. Esa dental nerd. So I'll put it in the show notes. But it's S as in San Francisco dental nerd, by the way, I I wear that nerd badge myself, and I wear it with pride. Nice to have a fellow nerd on the show. But follow Brian on on Instagram. And I you're gonna love his Instagram account. I it's it's absolutely awesome. At scroll down there's a video. I'm not sure how how far down the feet it is. But you really give a wonderful. It's short little video. And you you provide a great video for patients on how they can whiten their teeth using charcoal. Yeah. Just gonna leave it as a teaser. I'm not going to describe it any further, but I'm gonna ask you to scroll down and find that. And I guarantee it'll it'll cause you some laughter and humor that day. All of us could use more laughter and smiles right? But there's another one another post. I do want to point out because I like the fact that you're not shy about, you know, just just being a little bit bold in some of your posts, add here's one and I'm looking at it as we're talking. I'll I'll describe it for our listeners and a magin an image of a person about to put vising in there. I right. We've all had that case where we have, you know, scratchy is we want to put advising drop in her. I right. But what it says the title says when I see in network dental insurance fee schedules, and then instead of a bottle of Zine, it's one of those little bottles of Tabasco. In the image. The, you know, the the the image is about to drop a drop of Tabasco and your eyeball. That's how it feels when we look at the network fees. I love that. Yeah. So follow follow Brian. It's to grab engage with him there. I think you'll find it enjoyable. I it's one of my favorite social media channels had I I really liked the value that you had in your posts. Yeah. It's actually helped me grow. This helps me educate patients it's helped me and DIA's kind of Tesla's this tell me connective other professionals other dentists other specialists other dental companies I mean, it's so cool being part of a community. The is just excited about dentistry. So you just gave me the perfect bridge into the next topic, which is social media. And would would you take a few minutes talk about let's stay on its ground for just a minute. How you use? You have almost twenty five thousand followers on Instagram, and you use that as a marketing component to attract patients. Is that correct? Yeah. Yeah. I when I first starting out, and you scroll all the way back to the very beginning. I mean, I started this account back in my personal account back in dental school. I transition it to. Being only dental because once I became a dentist. I figured pictures of me drinking champagne and going out and clubs and offing bottles of not not appropriate. So I took all those down just left all the dental ones. And then I started posting I might my cage is going through so many iterations. And you know, I I kinda did what everybody does start posting about whitening specials. And and you know, it was just kind of almost advertisement. I quickly learned that that does that doesn't do it. And when I started doing just posting about the office myself in kind of being genuine on their posted things that I thought were funny and reposted things that I thought were funny, and I just use it as an avenue to speak to this imaginary person, which is the potential patient who would walk through the door in. I think that Instagram just like a website. You know, if somebody wants to look me up you Google name, you know, yell. Page will pop up a website page will pop up everybody looks through those to get information about you. I think it's important that the social media page pops up on that I stage to then they get to see who you are. And what you're like see personalities matchup. I mean, it's just a way to to create record in your your posts your feet is is a wonderful mix. You've got some clinical photos and again, not the scary ones. But you've got nice clinical before. And after you have a frankly, I I really enjoy your sense of humor because it's it's slightly biting slightly sarcastic perhaps that fits mine. You know, another one I'm looking at as we're talking I'll just describe it because it's an easy one to describe. It says things you probably shouldn't buy online, and there's a picture of a mail order bride a picture of puppy a picture of switchblade and brass knuckles. And then a picture of you described the last one I'm going to say clear a liner. Okay. I just wanted to see how you were going to scribe it. Let's call them clear lighters. Yeah. And I'm sure you guys know many companies who sell clear liners through the mail. So do yourself. Oh makes their what could go wrong with that. What could go wrong interesting? I don't need to speculate because no joke just today. I had somebody come in who is in the middle of their clear. A liner treatment. And we just had this conversation about how awesome is this your teeth or straight and things look aligned you feel good about your bite, and she was actually kind of upset because her back teeth don't touch anymore. And I said how that works funny. How all our teeth are kind of you know, in partnership with each other in that moving few of them could affect the others. And so, unfortunately, I have friends who've seen more than deny have. But I seen five now five cases come in where things might be a little straighter, but they're not ideal and any kind of get what you pay for. Yeah. Yeah. I again, I just love the I love the mix of content as I'm scrolling. There's another photo here. It looks like one of your patients was involved in some sort of an accident may have been a skateboard accident or or something and fractured one of his central's one of the laterals, I'm gonna guess she and you show the before and after and it's beautiful. Yeah. It's kind of interesting. I allow people ask do you ask for permission before he Posey's faces in one? Yes, I do we actually have a, you know, how he should sign and I asked personally a lot of people will stick it in their new patient paperwork. It's just one of the things that they sign I think it's to let people know that it's about to happen. It's gonna happen. Just just to be transparent about it in the other is I love leading the patients comments, and I end its Wade's explained the different loss of dentistry. Sometimes say check this out. We did a root canal here we're going to do this. Let's see how many people say that they wanna pull the tooth and put in an implant and in it's just the way to be transparent by patients, they love the fact that they default on. I love it when they ask questions go. Hey, so and so recommended this did you think we should do that? And I go now. No like, we could always do that. Let's let's back off. Let's do this. And it's almost like I'm letting everybody else who's commenting educate. My patients about their options. The the downside of this. Is you have to be really you've gotta own up to your work. Right. So threw up or something happens or misdiagnose something. I've got own up to in the other is you've got to do I think ethical work. I can't go up there. And in post in 'em OD amalgam in say, hey, guys, we're gonna crown this because I don't do MUD feelings. They take too long insurance covers crowns than it. Just so happens that this patients eligible for one in. Here's what I'm gonna do, you know eaten alive in? So it's it's a nice way to really, you know, show patients like look, I feel confident in the dentistry, providing you and I'd love to post it. Hey, could you share with our listeners some tips? I'm putting on the spot here. We didn't talk about hand. But could you share with our listeners some tips on how to build followers of and let let stand interim on their Instagram account? I love the fact that you just said that the the number one thing I get from people who are trying to start a social account is how do I get followers? Right. And what do they end up doing? They end up liking a lot of dental pages. They following me following, you know, just all these big dental accounts. They have other dentists follow them in those cases in there. So says getting followers, and I always back people say what is the point of your social as in? What are you trying to do it? You're trying to get patients in the door. Who cares how many followers you have your your your your mission should be? How do I get the most exposure, how do people see the most people see my posts, you know, people who don't fall, you know, if you're trying to become. Defames like some people are, you know, the the the different thing than than for. Sure. Maybe you follow a lot of other counts you coordinate with people's host with some of the people in your host giveaways. Maybe it's just connecting with other dental professionals in if that's the case for sure you should be following a lot of dental ages. You really need to take a step back when you're starting to social media account and ask yourself what the purpose of it is. And then not get caught up in the numbers. I think my second within just be genuine just post what you wanna post. I was talking to Leslie TAM's one of the docs here at the office. And you know, I've been getting on her about Instagram like, hey, you know, not to call you out Dr tamp sorry, but she's she's like posting all these things in the other day. I know you really into cross fit fitness. And why don't you just post about things that your interested? And guess what that will attract it'll attract strangers that are interested in the same thing. It may be some of those strangers will want to come see you for some dentistry. You know what I mean? This is brilliant because you you echo my sentiments about the numbers. I think sometimes the vanity of the numbers get seductive, right? Who's gonna follow you? Right. You start pages in your friends and family. Your current patients might right, right? Some other dentists maybe now of those people they probably already come to you in your practice. If your goal is to get pitched probably already come to you. How are you gonna get new patients from that? You know what I mean? And it's in there's so many different ages. Like one might argue that will I'm catering to a bunch of dentists slotted dental things I feel like my page is a hybrid of so many things I think I could easily have you insane amount followers. If I really focused on thing. You know, there's some people who post only clinical work, and they get a bunch of Genesee follow. There's some people who post clinical tips to patients in they get a bunch of strangers volume patients. You really I just having fun with this in honestly doing more for me. I like it. It's fun. Those what what we'll do stamp aside the numbers for just a minute. And again, I'm I'm I'm piggybacking on your comment about, you know, the numbers don't don't pay attention the numbers, though, they'll they'll they'll come. But I think any one of our listeners if I was to say, hey, would you love to see a hundred more quality new patients in your practice next year? One hundred can I think every everyone listening would say, yeah. That'd be great. Right. Yeah. It's it's eight point three more new patients on them might make the difference between a good practice on a great practice. Well, would it be unreal? I mean, how many followers would we need on Instagram for posting stuff that attracts people to our feed? Would we need to attract one hundred new patients? You don't need to have crazy numbers to do that. And you know, so it's really I love what you said. It's host things that you're interested in things. That you're passionate about things that you found funny things that you find useful things that you find you know, helpful to others posted on there and watch what happens watch what happens to your to your followers. And then by the way, let them know what you do. I may I read your may. I read your Tanglin may read your. Your bio, oh, you mean for San Francisco? Sure. So it says Brian Bali was DDS a purveyor of responsible Kuzmic dental care. It says I fix miles, and you've got to cute emojis and have fun doing it. Brilliant. Brilliant. Literally brilliant there it is. So imagine that I follow you because you know, maybe I live in San Francisco, and I like your, you know. SF dental. There must be San Francisco. I like San Francisco to follow. Oh, he's a dentist. I needed inist. I'm gonna go see him. Right. It's almost that. Simple. At an extension of your personality. If you try to force it just like if you try to force any conversation or any interaction, it's not gonna work. You like frequently can't post, you know? Let's take a bunch of these funny memes. That host let's say you're posting a bunch of those and somebody comes in your practice in your real sticking on. I don't think that's gonna work out. Not so much you to be true to yourself. Let's transitioned into what's next with DIA the dental influencers alliance. This was the first one I understand there's plans for two point. Oh, would you share with our listeners a little bit about the thinking? I know all this is still evolving. But would you share a little bit about what you're thinking an inch? Put your thoughts together. I'm just going to say that I speak every Friday somewhere, you know, somewhere around the world. Actually, I get about one hundred twenty five invitations a year. I'll speak about fifty of those and. I have to say that your conference had an energy and excitement of vitality about it. That man, I we gotta keep that going because let's face it. There are some dental conferences out there that are dead. It's like stick a fork in it, it's done. It's over. It's dead. Don't go, and yours was the opposite of that. Yours was was of vital exciting of. There was passion in in you know, in the room their passion there. So I was excited to hear that there's a plans for a DIA two point. Oh, yeah. There will be built this conference around sense community. I mean, it's it's it's en it's a welcoming community to point where there's some people who didn't even have social media council, and we were Benza had a meeting people, and that's a lot differ-. When you start a meeting based off of putting the. People who were there. I it's interesting because there's a lot of conferences that I've been invited to in. You know, somebody say, hey, are you going to? X x y z two thousand eighteen this year, and I go, no, I'm not they go man, you should come because we're going surfing afterwards in and we're doing this this and that and find comes out that a lot of these conferences are doing these big cities to attract people using the city, right? For example. If you go to Hawaii sure people go not because of the conference because of the location, and so if we got to that point, we'd just stop, you know, we feel like we haven't announced the city we're going to seem we feel like we want to put together a meeting where the people in the the people who were there come first. Whether that's the dentists the vendors, the sponsors, the speakers, we wanted to be all as one, you know, we didn't even separate badges everybody in the same majett thing. It was great because during the cocktail hour. You didn't have to everybody was just person. Who was involved in dentistry who played a part in making this meeting happened? Whether they were an attendee or a sponsor who paid some money to have table there. I'll tell you. I often use the phrase the dentistry rocks in I believe that in every ounce of my DNA. You know, that this is a fabulous time to be in our profession and your conference was example of of of of why believe dentistry rocks, and some of the super cool people that are involved in our profession that really make our profession what it is. So I wanna a allow our listeners to be able to reach out to you. And one of those ways is to connect with you via Instagram, so again, Brian's Instagram handle is S F dental nerd, be sure to follow on Instagram. And would it be okay. If our listeners sent you a private messages by instrument with Barrett. I respond to all tribes you. Ends. I keep pretty genuine. I think it's I actually on there more than I am on Email. Hey, so if you would I have a challenge for you reach out to Brian just home. Thanks. Thanks for being on the podcast. Let them know that you heard him on a thriving Dennis show and just connect with him of I private message on Instagram. I know you're really good at following through on that. And just say, thanks. If you prior to this interview, if you didn't have a friend in San Francisco, you now have a friend who San Francisco. One of the greatest cities in the world, by the way, my son, my son and daughter-in-law live across the bay over in Oakland. They lived in the city, Nick and my daughter-in-law Rebecca lived on knob hill for a couple years. And anyway, they recently moved out across the bay to the east East Bay in. Clint and very fond of my teaching at U P. I came to love that city. So you you sure live and practice in in in a wonderful city. I wish it wasn't as expensive as it. Yeah. Ultimately, the motivation for my my son and daughter-in-law they bought a they bought a house in Montclair. I'm edgy, you know, Montclair it's actually Oakland address, but it's a district within Oakland. And that was their first house. So that was kind of exciting for them to do that. Hey, also, you are L. You've got a wonderful. You are L for for DIA and that is influence dentistry influence dentistry dot com. Stay tuned. I'll put that by the way, if you're driving take your hands off the steering wheel. We we advocate safe podcast listening. So be safe, but you can go the show notes the show notes, thriving, Dennis dot com and just click on the link, and they'll go directly to Brian's URL, and as the timing and the announcements come about the next DIA that'll all be available and influence dentistry dot com. Is that correct? Brent? Yeah. We also surround us from by all five of us. It's influenced dentistry. And, you know, the idea behind that is that we're all influencers, not it doesn't matter followers. You have whether it's eight thousand twenty thousand or one I think everybody plays a role in influencing where dentistry is headed where we wanted to go. And you know. Yeah. Just coming together as as a community. Well, I just want to close with a heartfelt compliment, Brian. You know, I get a chance to meet Dennis at every stage of their career, and you know, on occasion, I'll meet a grumpy, you know, senior Dennis the says, oh, I just don't know about the future of our profession where it's going, you know, around raw. And here's what I to say about that Brian. If you're a Representative of what the futures are of our profession is all about the future of our profession is in good, solid Hanes pan. So thanks for all that you do. Thanks for your passion. Hey, thanks for your courage. Thanks for your boldness. Thanks for willing to step out there a little bit. Hey, thanks for. Taking a risk. It's not easy to put together a conference and man. Thanks just being who. You are. Appreciate it. Yeah. Hey, wanting thank our listeners. I appreciate each and everyone of you listeners in a hundred and seventy countries. 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TFATK Episode 433: Chris D'Elia
Y'all be. I know you're in San Diego. This is Thursday Friday Saturday this Thursday Friday, Saturday at the American comedy club. That's right. You know, where to get tickets? Yeah. Sandiego come on. Now, come on out, baby. Forget shampoo. Go. See Brian this Thursday, Friday Saturday and also some new dates for that as coming to Miami March. Fifteenth sixteenth, I'm in Washington DC, March twenty eighth through thirtieth. Get tickets right now, fat K dot com for Brian and myself see out there see out there. I was at an Austin. I went to the honored academy this weekend. I was gonna say did you put on thirty pounds of muscle, dude? I was working out with swollen her never heard of his Instagram getting Qantas to shoulder up Kwan's brothers wilder Kwan's. Got the biggest legs in the world won a love that on it. Jim had me. My shakes to shave reminded was reminded of what that shrimp tech does optimize dude. And I couldn't feel more optimize you. Want? 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Obviously, obviously, a four sure Senate going to set a here on them belt and chips chicken heads. I think you'd be surprised I think you'd be surprised haven't Kenny fight club. Bike club bike club. Kids. Got the peace on our space on them to Cutie pies. I still got it baby lift your shield and now from the honored studios in Playa vista, California. Is the moment you've been waiting for the final. And the key is coming at you. Nope. No. We're not live. It doesn't make sense. We're not live. We don't. And now, it's no fighter and the kid. Live. Fucking stupid. How? How dumb this is how hard it is to get in here. You know that come to the big leagues, bro. Now, you do it out the corner of your house. Take your take your glass, I hear man good and squeak glasses seventy inch. Tv Gabriel take your glasses off right now. Now, you guys started. How long has it been going to a we were just talking and raise your voice Jackson. Okay. You go on Jackson. I'm here. Now. Now, you know, he's so hip, he's got a rope. Now, do you approve of the rope for a belt Di do a Chris can genes are those, bro? Caller genes. Our guys are you guys? Yup. I guy. Let me tell you something we had the same code on last night. You know, how much it costs? I don't know. I don't know why. Yeah. Console. Do you guys? Fuck this, dude. Just like my social studies time looking man. Hey, you what is that? Dude. What the fuck, bro? What are you doing man? What are you doing take you dress? So fucking regular fucking regular, man. It's not I'm not some wallflower. All right. I'm not some decorated these fucking sunglasses on dude. Take them off your bird. Take them won't. I won't. Hey, happy bird. Take them off right now. Don't call me. Happy. Happy birthday off right now. Is talking about before even got some shit like sub matter. Doesn't matter. It doesn't matter because the show fucking star. Right now do the show. Oh my God. I was walking around like a fucking asshole. Dude. You don't have hard and annoying. It is to get to fuck it three. It goes, bro. No security. Hey, we scramble all the scramble. All the name. The words the numbers people. Can't find us some people can't find the right words. Number name name number. Three scrambled brains. Homeboy the comedy store. Oh, yeah. This guy comes up, and he's gonna kill us being Chris v word is bird. I've seen in a long time. We're birds hanging be uncomfortable. And I felt unsafe. And I felt like the biggest push going is this acute around here on settling. Really why I just kept following us. All like, just like part of the crew goes come on, bro us. I know he's like I wrote kamikaze I said what the Eminem album, and he said, yeah. I said Eminem wrote that album, man. I said, I gotta go. And then he followed us whatever he's at my house now, but. He wouldn't leave me alone. So I just kept just brought him. I just brought them. What did you do with him? And where did he sleaze Chilin? He's in the guest room. It's been cool actually cool. I don't know. So you what did you do? What what have you done today woke up? Drove over here. If you guys are fuck where you guys are. And then also when you get here, you're not here yet. Let me just tell you fucking everyone here who's listening. Okay. It's you go up to the fuck and floor that it's on. And then the first number is three thousand solar Eddie pissed. Okay. Because the first number should be one two. Okay. Take it easy. And we all know that I is one right? And then you get here. And it's you look at like three thousand eighty five and you're like you walk to another area. Like you turn the corner. And then it's the three thousand twenty two. It's all fuck. It's all that's like why have you ever been fineness? Right. Yeah. But you need me. Have you been the guest have you ever been to what's the lot of FOX lot? It's the same thing. Those all those buildings is building one and building ninety two right next to. Yeah. What moron? I don't know, man. Same guy, and I'm gonna tell you some don't ever compare yourself to fucking legit network. Like, fox. ABC? Also, when you go to the when you go to the hair cut place, you say give me the Jimmy Neutron. Do you say that word for word? What do you say I want this? And then show them a picture of the back of a ducks. That what you do buy one on my front is that what you do dude? Hey, look, fucking ace Ventura son. Okay. I do. And I'm going to get I'm gonna get I'm gonna get dude. Why is it doing that today? I don't like it. I tried and trim it down yesterday. And now feel a little self touch it. So I it why. So why this training your hair? What do you do like like you're like you're picking up saying? Does sanded watching. It's it's fine. Dude. It sits. Fine. Oh, piss me off K, man. You seem really on edge today. I'm good who I saw yesterday at the ABC television. Critics association gathering was a guy who'd be alone person billion. Yeah. What was he doing hanging out? ABC's shell shows you doing forget what he said to me, which was so cool. He's doing blackish not. Well, no. But I saw one of my favorite people aren't Fishburne talked to him friends of celebrities. Your debts hitting dead set. What he say say your boy, we'll know what he said. He said, oh, I'm so happy. Another seventy year old on another seventy year old. Because when I said that picture it was a video. Of him cool to seventy talking your mother fucker guys Advil said to me goes, I'm so happy. I love your show. And it's you're so talented. It's his dad thing then he goes, and he goes, and he goes looked at me, he put his hands on my shoulders, and he goes, and he got teary eyed, and he goes. You're the son. I never had. No. And the reason why Chris Chris Chris barely. Got by. And you were such a huge instrument in that facilitation. Yeah. It goes. You're the reason he is YouTube, and I said, and he goes, and he bites your style. And I want you to know, but you don't and I said, and I hugged him. I know it was so cool. You know, where I you what I can't wait. I can't wait till you make it. I can't wait to make. I I can't wait to you. I'm. Can't wait till you, you don't let me out of a mess. Pro. I did that way till you make it don't do that. Because I let you let you fly saw Goodman. Do it's crazy that my wallet is fucking not. I usually usually won't fold pay Brenton snake that his on his wallet. They're thousands in there. That's a coral snake? I put fucking dude. Are they're coming out with thousand dollar bills. I need that. It'd be nice. I need that. I saw this thing bags in the dude. Yeah. The brink trucks, bro. You're in the. Yeah, broke because I saw that instantly got angry. How about this? This is my new theme song, dude, some guy made it. I'm in the fucking, you know, what I'm in the bag unit. That's where I'm the bag you. Hey, let me ask you be do, you know, Marshall Marshall Mathers re tweeted, I did not know that. Wouldn't that be Eminem? Yeah. That would be dude. You're good. That's weird that you didn't know that. Because it's on social media and tweet. Hebrew, tweeted you. Yeah. What did you tweet? No. I did a video of me. The video that's wrapping like Eminem, and he wrote how. But that's not the because that's too. Screen shot that. It's fucking good though. Did you you didn't post it to him? I did I posted everywhere video. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Atun post Malone comes to your show. Yeah. He came in. Yeah. All right. Brian can know the reference he's gonna get a community well Eminem in the cipher. Playing hatred with Dana pantry thin thick thick. Real. Real wrapping. What? Who the dog my dog in the back? Just like what is dad doing? Off for his. Lane for New Jersey. This in your garage. Yeah. I don't know. Fucking bored. Did you feel it yourself by that? You can listen just shut it up. 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That's how much of that has been thought of how much of that is being recalled how much of what you know. What I don't think. I honestly don't think it matters. I e so I get people are like he's rhyming everything it's like the thing to do. Now is to just not give a fuck and barely rap and mumble is you know, what I mean? Which is it's not as hard. Yeah. Yeah. Even if he wrote that he has outlined, but he's act, but. Thank you. You asking me a question. Right. Yeah. Answer it. Sorry. Sorry, man. I it's all good. But we've made a mistake together. Right. Right. Yeah. All right. Cool because I was answering the question you interrupted me. So we made a mistake together. Right. Yeah. All right. So cool. All right. Sorry. You know, it's three fucking white guys. Nothing better. I've talked about a white rapper, by the way. Also, also. You know, when you're on stage, and you're you're doing crowd work. But you've done a version of it before because you've done forty thousand shows. He it's like he knows what rhymes alright is a blueprint. He's already rhymed a word with another word instead of thing like this before. So I think it's like that really starting to get older. You looks weird to me. It's just a facial. Some looks like it was officially put on or something. Maybe he's. Yeah. I know you Chris accolades friends buddies now that we Chris buddies. What about he's now? Well, I mean, I don't know. Sweden each other. I mean. Back doesn't only because we don't I lost his number. Why don't you be rapid? I get to hang out with. Chang. Smith put him check Smith. I'm rapper. I forgot about this your rapper. Yeah. Put put up my life. Life said documentary, you never saw this life. My life's had documentary. Right. My life a documentary and YouTube. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Chris rapper man. It was born on ten minutes. Yeah. It was there you go. Oh snap. Fuck. When was this? A while ago. It only has forty seven thousand view because I wasn't you know, I should have done it. Now. Three. Over telephone wire. The fire aware bulletproof Kosti attire at Baltimore's primped this. I is the wire Cheik Smith. I never saw this missed out, dude. From the prim dry heat. The course is really good. This is fan. Fox Pucca when I was growing. I'm not mad at the change apology. Resident told my soul team. And I watched it, but my modest pull the team is lap. Did you write all this? On the roof of 'em eighty nine us enough of on explore and make your body smell like parmesan. Dr bench. Documentary. My life is a. Measury? Dude. This is awesome. This is gonna blow up. Thousand refused tonight spec. Dead. They got. Right now this life that you've read and throw doodad ever seen this pay. Got so many opposes deaths. Amazing cannot stop that. 'cause I gotta be honest. Maybe let me hear you man with Mr. green. He's a legit producer. It's like an emotional. So let me hear something. The money. Dude. This made my fucking day. Question. How? Midtown about your your man's? Fucking Franson shake Smith. From a Bank in Stacey. You could guarantee. You got the biggest thing. On the. Five dollars. Joe was Chris. Four years ago us. Real because I cook all the sheet in the kitchen come only because the shit on speaking. I'm only real book within these streets. Religion. Pack you. Documentary. I said documentary. With it. Where to do it around those real like wrappers, they know you're mocking it. The I had a meeting with TI because I wanted to make like a mock you memory about this. But like do it like I wanted to do it like how it was like. Really like I wanted to make people think like does Kristalina really think he's a rapper like what the fuck with him. Because to me that was the only way you if you really worked at rap. It's silly. You know, but but but I wanted to get like an actual good beat like I didn't want it to be like Malibu's most wanted like I wanted to be like. Yeah. Yeah. I wanted it to be borderline born line like that. Bad bad. But it is. But this effort in it. You can see there's actually no. It's well done. I came up with a whole story line. Look if you go to go to the Chang Smith page, if you just go to the upper left one's own paid. Yeah. So I had a whole story where I I wanna get click on that. So check Smith is from Primm Nevada where it's just like. Is like nobody's from there. That's where you stop, you know, to go to fucking Las Vegas, and he works at Starbucks, and he was like really wanted to be a rapper. So he left to go. You left to go to LA to become a rapper? You know? And he had like a girl imprint but he wanted to fuck in like go to find the album was before that my life's a documentary and documentary was the first music video, but the album is a whole let go to shank. Smith. Is such a fun. Like go to let's see hold on. Remember all this shit. I don't know just go to haze. Fran hash go. God. Go to Anne Heche on the bottom left. Whatever happened her, by the way. Last night. I fucked up party asshole just have a coast and then lift her desk. Her desk was a chick Smith bring them. But but Mr. Greene produced and he's like a legit producer like legit. Beets are awesome too. So he came over it in in in two thousand twelve I mean, this is a long time ago, and he was in my apartment, and we would just fucking laugh our asses omic, we didn't write any of it. We just fuck in. We'll be like, okay. What can I say? Now, none of it rhymes. I mean, some of it rhymes, you know, what I mean? But dude, we were we were crying laughing just taking the piss out a rap. And and and it was so funny. Because like I mean, it's like the because he's a legit producer is like he's he make worked with all these fucking guys. But he's just and we were just fucking die in. And I was like I didn't wanna make it like, I don't wanna put it on my YouTube. I wanted him to be his own thing, which I suppose, I should mind. But this was before I was in stuff. So if I came up with it now, it we'll probably have fucking. Yeah. It's gonna use now. Takes the chorus. Well, I mean rap oh my. When you listened to biggie or or Marsha that's yes. Let's go back. Go back a little bit. I can't remember go back. Oh back. Go back. Little bit back. Okay. Makes pitch here. But she wouldn't be his life. I'm the life with a walk in the room in the fucking everybody. Only do I'm not. Yeah. Cohen that name on the hash. Nothing's funny when white guys get into like gangster rap like do you ever? See? I don't see Malibu's most wanted fucking over the top. But do you ever see, Vince? Vaughn didn't be cool. No, no, no. I thought doing seriously or toys. You know, he's he's playing a character. And he he's like a rap manager. But he's he's kinda act like Chris, and it's fucking born is since on April. Beta e I don't know. Yeah. Actually seen it. It's great in the rocks in it and the wrong security, but he's gay. Breakout? The rock before this doing steroids. Still. Walking. I need a man plus say, well, let's say, okay. Look, I know you frustrated with all his bodyguards shift when I smell you feel you paying this temporary. Vince Vaughn is so funny. He is. He's gonna be mixed off a big star. Man. That's why a video type down man to put you in a video. Right. Someone else on this damn breach has a video. I love you like a brother on you all the time, and you tripping. Why are you doing there, man? Could do it. Dude. I stay on the same page. He's great great. Crazy, man. You know, I love you, man. He doesn't good job in this. We. We. I love that part. Great. He's also like six fucking five five six digits with Henner motherfucker. Yeah. He's great, dude. Fucking big boy. So yeah, the rock looks way. Smaller? They're so the rock, I got the entertainment. He kinda went my route where he thought big was like using Git roles. So he got really skinny member. Like, what are you doing Schindler's List to be of meat head for sure? Get big names. Like, oh, you're right key career when? Yeah, I know I get big. No. But so he so he. His big. But that's do you get that big without like steroids. I don't answer this question. You're no. Yeah. I don't know. I have no fucking idea. I do. Okay. Well, that's all the steroids. When I started on the left there in. That's all he would after heavy still a big guy, obviously. But. Yeah. Sure. Look at his shoulder. Yeah. Usually they say when you can see traps that are just bad developed. Yeah. There's something going really the shoulder. But. Yeah. I know, but there's other are you serious? But also are there other? But I just have a question. Are you serious? But also is there a love doing that? Is there? There's other stuff you can take right like a steroids steroids. Hormone. He's still getting to an age where you always fifty right? I mean, he's fifty. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to get that. I'll be two thousand three rock. Yes. Right now right now Makamba of two three and scroll up and nineteen. I'm like right in the middle right there in nineteen eight three he's eleven there. So that's eleven year old. That's right. It's weird. Like have you ever seen the schedule? So once showed me his tooth out to two thirty years like seventy four feature films. He has to do to the show. So. That's not true. So what they do is exaggerated. Right. Oh, really? Oh. Oh. You get signed you get like, so you'll be attached to say twenty film. So Sam Jackson, those guys they're attached to a shitload of films. But really they end up doing like rock still. He does like sixty eight that's crazy amounts. I hated on forever was Jumanji because I love the Robin Williams one. And then Finally I was on good fucking. Check it out. It was awesome. Yeah. It's a rocket out to Nick, the rock is awesome. And that whole they figured it out. Like, he figured it out. It was like when Jim Carey did like what was that? Majestic movie. And yeah, we owned the theater. Yeah. And everyone was like, and then and then Jim Carey was like fuck it. I'll do and then he did like Bruce almighty with fucked up movie as it's like people you got to. I don't wanna say stay in your lane because these guys can do it. All Jim Carey's, a great actor. And you know, it's like it's like great and Truman show. Yes. Yeah. But it's just like. The thing. Yeah. Great Punchdrunk love. But like the thing you do is the thing that's gonna make you a fucking star. You know, because the other thing you do a lot of the people can do that got you to the dance within keep you at today. Here's the thing. Nobody can do. Nobody can do ace Ventura like like, Jim Carrey. Nobody correct nobody out there. So that's what he does best. And that's what he's going to. Ooh. Mask is great. Let's listen. I'll fall movies. The mask was amazing. No seriously, though, nobody could fuck and do you know, what I what I wanted to do is really know what my fucking to remake the mask in a fucking like a serious way where it's like an real fucking superhero movie, but dark that will be off like almost like a Dr Brian to do that the promise you would do it. And then I'd go I'm interested in that stopped the presses. I don't know one other old you right is in the joker movie. I know that's cool. Thing. You didn't do that before you got the -partment? The joe. Ridler? Now, you're not. Serious role. That's a good fucking job. It's not do. I am the check your dude you said good job gay. You're kind of a kid come on look out. Brian looks cool. That's me from craft services. Cool at least you don't have farmer's tan. Oh my God. At least you don't have a fuck and farmer's tan, dude. And that was big, bro. This an expensive way. Yeah. No shit that Chris how long did you hear been long forever? You have a picture of you with short hair glamour shot or their shit. Dude. Why does your hair looks like that? Right. There your face and hair right there looks like you'd be on that sitcom wings. I know the the middle one fucking. Oh, no, the the they're looking at chains. Yeah. Everybody thought it was real your hero key should kept it. I had a really instant savings with that. So so when I was on the movie set. No, they didn't. Ever feel real? No. You know what I'm saying? But if you don't know me, you would you would never know. It's lace front, right. And dudes were like fuck, and it was really interesting because I I had an experience where it was people thought I was an extra right? And they were so rude to me shit. Yeah. You're like. Wow. Man. You you know, you forget, and I was like, ooh. Do this. I ask what they it should be here because you shouldn't be around here. You guys got to go over there. You've got to get over there. You can't be over here. Wow. I didn't say okay because he's lucky and feed it, we'll just being an actor you're treated very differently than when you're an extra. Sometimes not always same thing in every aspect like even. Like, even the same way my fell. I thought they'd roll out the red carpet skews, we don't even know your name. You don't have a locker. I did happens over and over and over and over again. Comedy last night. Dude, the door guy was like, hey, man. You gotta get out of the hallway you're making noise to me and people I was with and I was like him and we're fine. I I was in my buddies works at Wall Street about it was on Wall Street. They had a Packers. They wanted literally like delivered downstairs to the next building. And I said, I'll do it because we got we got to wait. And I go I'm going down there. What do you want me to do? We just gotta drop it off to the doorman to the guy and just signed for it. I go to give it to me. I don't give them going down. So I go to just a fucking dorm guy man, normal guy, go down, and I go here go we wanna drop off. And he goes I got signed for. I don't have a pen and the guy next to me goes, it's fucking idiot. Didn't have a pen. How did you fucking deliver shit? You don't have a fucking idiot. You punch his face in. You know me. By see red fight, you drop down on your knees. I would would you do. I said I looked at my go. So I don't work here. But you can go fuck and eat a dick or something like that. There you go. No, this was in New York City where was this New York City of a what cut of a place? It was a building. I took the packets from one Wall Street Bill into another. I remember, I remember, blah, blah, blah. Listen right now going and then he threw a punch I slipped. It. I ate a key to spot, right? Right. Never. I can't remember exactly what happened. I broke all the liver. It's right. Right. Right. Website, the Brian and then. Yup. And then not killed his friend. I know I know I know I don't go don't convey with very bad. Can I tell you last night was that one of the most embarrassing? I've had the comedy store because I always I always like to fly under the radar. I don't knows I kind of dress down at the comedy store. Loud. Louder orange shoes with right? And I sneeze my car, and I put it on low. So I don't want that dude. But still I I don't have time. And so I when I bought a new wrapped, right, which is ridiculous. It's like a souped up Ratto big. It's so couldn't fit it in. But I when I was I was driving on my fucking park. I started straight out. I take Jeremiah watt Watkins, he's like you'll be fine. No big deal, man. Like fuck it. And I looked at the the fuck and Bill like who's on their Brian Simi cool with it Kristie me, cooler Rogin loves cars. I saw Ron white. I don't know Ron ri-, older comics. I don't wanna like ruffle. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I was so Streff really all that affect my performance. I wanted to stress wrong white cast. I'd be great to get him. I talked to run he said he doesn't want anything to do with you. Let's get a motto. Let's get a model. Yeah. Video posted. That's funny to me because you couldn't get out. Check out. It was a nightmare. And I told the guy dude, I'll give you one hundred dollars park it up there though. I don't want it down there. I can't really right here for why didn't you just take the car because he's I just. Hey, do you wanna ride it? Yeah. I got it. It's been raised up goes, bro. You gotta truck. Trying can't relate to us, bro. I thought. Oh, I g wagon. Do don't ever get that fucking twisted. I want. I want to be serious. I know we have a fucking fun podcast. It's on the comedy charts. Yeah. Dude. Good. I, gee, I don't I don't ever want you to get that fucking twisted. And that's fucking serious. Okay. All right. Yeah. Back to fund. I'm not. To be I don't need to quantify. What you drive. Oh. Hey, it's all good, dude. Let's go back to fun. Let's go back. You know, you're you're talking. I'm either I talked to that door guy. You know what I'm saying? Are you laughing in a good way? Or what's going on? You see what happens is? Blood starts to boil mud starts to boil. Right. He's starting to see the bun. And I don't wanna make fuck. I don't wanna make your body. Look like your Bank account, which is low, Dan. Okay. Okay. Bryan, full. Oh, Dan scout these because I could do my shows and people go. There's me Koby sweetheart to ask do, you know, how many guys come on say this year, a sweet may run away? The gay big Al what's that? He called me gal. How is an older something a western wrinkles or something that forget, but even at the show when I read y se and then my friend that Barry go, and then my partner in crime, Brian Kidd, count walks in guys yell. Big gals is a fifty one year old gay, man. They love is fans. But you know, when they turn against you man, and they are turning against you dance frying full. Oh, that's Callie. Can't you? Oh my God. Shirt selling by the way, man. Oh, real well man 'cause they're fucking fly. Dude. They're fun. They're funny shit and they're fly leading. You got your damn, right? Yeah. Okay. They're bleeding, bro. Yeah. Whatever kind of fucking. Five set your BIC such bits. What I do when I fucking go to the positive. You want me to sign what I do. I don't give a shit, dude. I don't give the most disrespectful man, respectful because I'm being the whale on and be doing and me true me is being respectful because you get the true me you Welk. And also, I'm fucking I'm relaxed in front of you, man. Because we have a report were good, dude. If I'm uncomfortable. Not being the real me. That's disrespectfully shit, bro. Right. I'm I'm chilling. I'm chilin. Yeah. And fuck the guest of the year, dude. I don't want. I don't wanna be the guest. We didn't bring. I'm my own shit. You listen to congratulations. If you wanna fuck and dosa me, dude. If you want to post come over to congratulations, dude. Hey, listen, I want to be a guest watching are making your pets Dan on due to cook. I are you still working like crazy? Do it. Are you though, you don't post as much? Yeah. Because I'm on the road. But I do not know. Well, I'm not dude, you're next looks don't take this the wrong way. What your neck looks on your is your neck looks? Unfortified? I feel yo- say, no, bro. I'm fucking. It's just buying box anything for your legs ever. And we know that. And that's okay, I squat I squat every fucking three or four days. Not just the bar because your legs I can do to twenty five five times. Probably not true. Right. Probably not true. I've worked very hard. Well, you have new knees. And we know that your new is well, your your new knees have never been used. So I can see how you would bear some way. What are you talking about? I have new need. We've never done anything with your life, dude. Besides sit and stand up, so no, no, no, no, no fucking impose I like going to the gym. I work very hard. I sweat very hard. And I thought in I burn calories man do an eighties work, you lad, pull downs. And you don't do that bench press on. And then you walk go home. You know, what I meant the text. You give you some heat. Yeah. The company rogue for the salt bikes. Yeah. Trying to get one. No, I want. I want the treadmill that we ran on on it though the curve one that the skill mill. You wanna would way there's seven million seven thousand dollars seventy dollars. This brian. When I was like expensive. I can't treadmill Bill to help you really on. What are you doing? Hey, hey, hey, Brendan. What are you doing the fighter in the kid? Do it and being respectful don't do to that. Now play. Let me see this video Cam. I haven't seen it yet. The comedy store. What's up? Can you? Why are you it? I was stuck on a bar. Data move all the cars. Oh my God. Ever bring that again, never bring his. Jim makir this. What what kind? Of course, my truck going. I liked that. What horsepower is? Oh, it's modern. It's tuned up twin turbo UK. So you get off to say you that shirt Ford come off a lot about four hundred fifty horsepower, then old big Brown comes around fucking big backstreet boy. Actually. So that's a say this this cliche. Jean what this is for what because I'm fucking always getting in fights and winning and underneath. No, no, no fucking Findlay just the near because I take my shirt off. And that's when they usually run away, and they don't a my buddies all scraped up. But it is last Friday got thirty five minutes ago. Oh my God. How on the way here? Get sucked out a pullover down the street fight last night. You know? I like the way you laugh Shaab. Out in the parking lot. The gym what happened talk on the phone flips out some guy didn't turn on his blinker telling the kids a hot. Yeah. I don't know. I don't ever fuck with people like that. And that's crazy. A street fight. That's a bad bad day. That's not what I'm thinking. Choose those. Yup. Kind of shoes. Those are I like him. You would you wear a little old? But I like them do you have to dress like your fifty five. You're only old because you think you're old Berle here. Be guys these old dear. Snakes. Ralph Lauren socks. So these are awesome. Sundering at shirt, drives me this shirt is is tag. It's a beautiful blue, no girls. Gonna look. I wanna suck his dad's a blue shirt, dude. I'm a good-looking. I'm just got off who makes us fucking shoes, bro. Guess be. I mean, it could be Gucci. Could you're on fire today. You really are in for it. Yeah. Would they? What they say don't fuck strand. When you're talking stretch, so ours, you're a big Flemington I stretch. And I felt when I stretch when I stretch I tried to kill myself with the stretch, I try to fucking murder myself. I try to fuck it hard that just go. Someone finds me. And they're like he was stretching. What do you think of when you wake up? What do you usually think what goes on in your head? Besides maybe nothing. Clouds coffee. I won't coffee immediately. You won't coffee right away. Mmediately? Okay. And then oh, you tried to big Brown rose. Oh, I haven't. And thanks, bro. Dude. Where is it? I'll dry at sort of eat the beans. I don't give a shit. Where is the big Brown? It sells out boys. But I could get you some. Okay. Well, I know a guy and that guy is you and you give me one and I'll drink. Okay, you go. But dude, I'll make my own coffee. I go get I can't believe go to fuck in PB peop- coffee bean, good. That's not. Fuck about food. You don't know anything about food for that shit. Dude. What are you? What am I going to be a boring asshole? That's like gotta go to this restaurant, dude. Those kinds of guys you know, what? Fuck two kinds of guys. How about the guys when you're like when you're on the road, and they're like, hey, you got to go to this place. And you're like, I'll do my show. Thanks. Oh, let me go out of my way to a fucking. But it's good food is Bullshits Mocow. Good. Hey, dude. I live in Los Angeles. I can get. Oh, good food, dude. I'm gonna be in Cleveland smoke house in Columbus. Right. Help you out. Put your face under my balls. Let me might taint on your fuck. And I got behind. Don't be nice to me, bro. Regular. All. Right. Well, what if I go almost fake all that? That. Out to lunch today. Bro shit prominent faint sitting down have you ever done that? What what did you do that you would faint like, Sean? Tonight's show every night heats like a stack of Pank. No, dude. That's Balaji, dude. I fucking eat real good what? Chocolate chip pancakes. Doc in protein, ding, ding, protein being being fuck in, you know, make sure I eat the leafy greens that. Tara talking and your neck is Johnny has this forward. Your your new is in line with his shoulder. You look tired. Fluck y man myself. Gotta eat after this. Hey, what kind of fucking cool. Hot smart. You want to go to how Brian when he fucking posted an Instagram video of him and his friends it a dark. Somewhere. What I see that? That shit on my loan. Go like this. Motherfucker? I. Did it for the for fun? David the literates looking at your face. Brian your. I got. Hey, listen. Guys day. Maybe I'll get my give me look at my eyes just tucked up a little it wasn't hurt. Kill you seeing your is going sorry. My mother said do that thing in my family, your your eyes go, you know, what it's last? Call right dry saying, it's laughing. This krill. Gotcha. Full in the blinds, cool though coming I might have to get my eyes talk Oku. What you need to get. You know, you need to talk to you. I mean, what some fi fi those automatic lines. And you just get a fucking thing that come in. And they install the shit in your fucking thing. And then you have a thing. And every time you start to look old, you just go, and it goes. And then you look a little bit younger, dude. I'd like that that's some some fish. I do look how dare you look like you're dead serious trying to here with a kids book. That's not a kids book to Calabro. Read it in in grade. And by the way, why the way dude you look like a fuck and drama teacher right there. And it's pissing me off. I am I could teach trauma 'cause I know a lot about acting look at my fingers there. I'm pinching it. So you see the whole book, by the way. Stay made. They said look propose something right now. Flu. Selfie. Yeah. What is it? What am? I what do I have to I tagged. Something. Did they say first book? I book Oregon magic of storytelling. I had to do. Did. They do bro. You're not saying, okay. Who at Disney and why I don't know. There was there. They had a photo booth set up. So I went and did it it was about it was about like literacy in the inner city and all that. So then they had me do that. Do I bet that made a difference? That's a kid looked at it. You know, what I'm gonna pick that guy. He's going to do it. They say thanks Alfred who fucking cares. You're complaining about this shit. A comedian says Joe people. Oh return. I did read eight years in power were mean to people are really nice. I read I've read everything by a really nice post like Devin. Love it shake magic storytelling fucking. You know? What though I'm I'm so old that they tend to be a little nicer to me like half. Fuck it isn't matter really gonna look lately. Well, it might be true though. Actually, if you think about it because these older. Yeah, why are you gonna cause? Like, dude, I still get shit like. Are you telling me, I'm really young? They're going to be forty scented to relax inn. Fuck in two years, bro. Well, relaxed into years or any year in a year in some. Line about all of us to heal. He's a year and fuck two months. Yeah. Isn't that weird? To be forty and you'll be forty five and three months, time flies. Yeah. But I'll be fucking. You're still young kid. You're thirty five. Yeah. Yeah. But that turns into fucking thirty nine soon. I know it does you. Trey LeMay with time. I'm just. In a wet you and wheelchair five years. I'm into longevity drugs. That's my new thing. Now. Cool cool. Did you still have psoriasis? Oh, cool. Well wonder what you're going to get now. What are you trying some new fucking shit? I'll put up. I don't give I'll take it. I'll take it goes like this. You know, Brian. I got this new what is it to give it to me? Don't be like this guy goes, hey, I got this new and you. Yup. And the guy goes plunk and your body goes. Immerse? No, fucking whatever. Yes. Right. Right tentacles. Are you you dude psoriasis? Remember, we were just talking about. All right. What happened with Brian? The guy that we were just talking to. I don't know switched your body. Switch to someone else. That's the only thing that makes said how did you get lost in one sentence? This man, you're going to be a really bad father to undo it. My kids are gonna be this, bro. You're going to they're going to be like whatever we do. Not want to make a mistake. Vile. Yeah. Kids. Undoing Mary have held me with a math problem. I reading okay, what's wrong. What's wrong? I don't know. Why not what is it times? A what four times eight well how many times? You know, what eight is. Yeah. All right. What's that twice? What's eight twice? It's ten you can't eat any for the rest of the night. And it's three minutes. Three PM. Can you think about more? We we're going to think that. If you don't get good real quick troubling or they'll get real hungry combat's seem so harsh shredded not going to be a good, dad. I'm gonna be looking great dad, dude. I can't wait to fucking neck. What are you talking about, bro? Say the thing about my neck again. Turn to what's up with some? I'm just chilling, man. I don't give a fuck about this shit, man. I'm so I'm so dude. Eighties doing man. They're good, man. We we know what's up, man. I got I I'm just just trying to get to the point where everyone will take care of me. And my fucking log having dude with the high grass, dude, I can't wait to I wanna build it. I want to go out there. Are you talking cult? I have color is. I'm streamlining everything into this fucking coal. People are starting to wear all mood. My show's all blue. That's what I want. Why do you want them? And dude, you gotta pick a fuck and color for them to come. But do depend on the city. You pick the color blue all believe in the individual who like you're trying to all the individual or all tho- individual. But what do you mean, we are all because they're all also seen voltron, dude? All form the head and everyone else you pick a fucking limb because we are getting into high grass and we're going to build a log cabin dude. We were going to build along, but the point of this Colt fucking, and sucking and share ideas. Oh my God. Keep trying fucking sucking. Yeah, bro. Yeah. All right. So. I just feel like there's nothing positive about this only sharing ideas about what about whatever the fuck. You want do but not dumb shit. What would be dumb shape? Chris. You wanna talk about you want to get too far into sports annoying. Are there things? People are not allowed to talk about it in your. It's like an unspoken rule. I don't really talk about that dumb shit. What if I show up in in my own outfit? Yeah. That's okay. All right. What if I show up upper tier? This an upper tier? We'll do you die. You want to be taken care of? Right. You don't wanna fuck? Go to the very depths of hell, right? I guess nonmeal. You don't. So you wear the blue you have release so slots down respectful. What are you doing here? My core. Dude. Not the place to work normally fucking go this long without taking care of my fucking core. Okay. Well, so I'm just going to chill for a little bit. By the way. All right. You know, I get it. But it's so annoying. How many fucking? Views. I get on your fucking podcast. Because not bad flexibility. I my legs won't go. I really could flexibility. You can do that. I can can you could you ever have. Yeah. Yeah. So so you can do physically I can do better now. Now. Right. So you're better sitting or something that you're better at shooting yourself. You're betting at losing your hair. Is not I'm worried because the Samson affect will take full full bore, which is well, if you lose your hair, we all know, what happened to your career. I'm gonna shave comes desert. Trust me, man. I wanna fuck and shave my head, then I'm gonna get beefy enough to where I'm going to shave my head, and it's going to be a whole different ballgame my baby. Oh, yeah. No. Yeah. It is. You wanna talk about Trump's dude, I'm into steroids. I don't get. If I lose my hair, I'll do steroids, and I'll make gap in my teeth. I don't give a fuck. Oh, oh, you think. Oh, hi steroids. Nice to meet you. You think you're going to space might teeth out? No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No, no, no, no. I'm gonna take a fucking penny. And I'm going to hammer that shit up in their up beat you to it. You can nice guy upbeat you to it unites guy. Shooting that. Steer is now, not so aggressive. I went from me and super you're not losing morango. Right. A little bit. But everyone does a little bit. When you get older. Don't get on the old piece. Because you got to salvage. Yeah. He's really getting thin. I'm sorry. I am not neck is getting it's losing its character losing shape. My whole family has chairman. They never lost hair. Pop says get here. Yeah. Yeah. But you're not my dad went back a little bit. But it's so fucking your characters. Those middle doesn't. I'm good. I'm good. It'll goes. Djamil goes. It's not gonna give more hair than you had. Yeah. Take pro-peace. Well, you're on it right now be. Yeah. That himself. I actually think I have more hair than I did about fucking two years ago because I've been Josie. Why wouldn't you? Just in case. You know, dude? I can't because I'm worried it's going to run into my house. Well, yeah. You don't. Well, yeah. You don't have to worry about do. But it's weird. Your starts your forehead. I know Eva pro-peace, you just go to straighten your hair is naturally Garo super curly product. Can it gets that ju- from you can shave your a cool? When I was fighting. I saw well, I don't want any trouble, dude. You did did shave yours. Be I used to. How would you have a good head are used to shave? My all the time. Should you can't do pictures online with my? I know this is what I'm saying. Why not do it? I will not does not probably not gonna come back. Yeah. It is. I know it's a hit. You said it only lasts four Chris. Remember? Cute kid right there. Well, the here wasn't great. They're old were you there? I was forty the Hairston there though in the corners here. Yeah. But it was always. No. But you you've probably always had hair like that. Yes. Like, you probably always had that I had a hair transplant, but it didn't really take. Yeah. But when you were young. Like like, how old is he there? Oh, cool groupon. For stand up. No, no grew pot at stand of live far. I've you want six good SAS calf. Look at my face next success. That's amazing. Jeez. They stroll up how about the picture me and Brian scrolling up when I got can I look any gear that third picture in. I mean, I will suck their, bro. Yeah. You're right. You're way bigger. Oh sweater. I am big there though, I was lifting in eating a lot caso. Then not this winter. And this kid them. All right. Well, we look like to game in. Yeah. We really do. That's fantastic. Yeah. Some current events. Sure. We are. We're all getting older all changing guys. Yeah. That's what happened getting old. So have you heard of the Colorado man that kills a young cougar no juvenile cougar didn't? Yeah. This guy was on a hiking trip or no trail within a hiking area. But he was running which made the cougar instincts really want to chase the guy down and when he turned around he saw the cougar. He didn't specify how he choked out the cougar. But he choked it out and killed it. So what made the cougar want to get him? He's he was running food us running. Wow. That's and he killed the cougar by plus on vacating it without locating knows fingers in the nose. Now. Specify exactly you wanted to do that due to a stupid animal like sometimes my dad's daughter just be sitting put my fingers just over the snout and see how long before they move. I'm like, I could kill things. So these fingers that's crazy like with your little girl is your Ted Bundy. But yeah, dude, you look like why is everybody keeps saying so many people tab you like, dude you Chris. I now seven people seventy thousand people say, you don't actually look like there's one picture where you do say Mayes face. But chris. Amount land tack to you. Probably that was in Colorado where they killed them outline, right? That one on the smaller around that one right there. I posted fucking by the way seven years ago up there next to it. We were waving. Yeah. That you post a long time ago years ago, that's wild. God don't like them much. Yeah. Not really did you face like that? Because he's not doing that. I thought that's what he was doing exaggerated. Well comet into. Critique my Ted Bundy face. Okay. If you look like a Minana, bro. I mean, I kind of don't, you know, I heard the movies amazing. It is really good. It's it's a mini series yet. Oh, I'm calling about that we found boring. Do you see the whole thing watched three? The last episode is fucking really so boring. I liked it the the lasts. Wow. The last one is good. Why I just because it's like go. It goes into him getting the chair like he's talking about it. And he finally confesses to all the shit. Did he confessed the God? Because the beginning kinda like all hypothetical and let me know how you kill. I still liked it. But but the last episode is amazing. Yeah. Start here. So it is lunar new year. And there's a video that was released of two grandparents in China while the fireworks going off its year of the pig. Because they can't hear it. It's fucking no idea. This is there is they're so over what the fuck. Hey, that's dangerous. Well, they've also seen one hundred fifty years, I truly don't care. That's fucking years. She's yeah. I think the hardest thing about getting older is not being over everything. Okay. You know, William F Buckley said when he was eighty five they go. Because you know, I think that some ways my worst nightmare young doctors with good medicine Woody meeting get tired of life keep you alive for a long time. That's fucking dark did. Yeah. What else she goes? I don't like what I say stuff. So Hawaii is trying to make a law towards banning cigarettes within the next five years are disagree with it. I don't like any law that bans shit like cigarettes, also accept unless you're a hundred years old, right? Like, yeah. That's not. That's not. Actually, let them do what the fuck. They wanna do. Exactly. It's country less only search like I don't give a fuck if I die government try to legislate good health unless they're trying to. I mean in public. I understand, you know, make sense. But how do we have it worked out with weed when you outlawed that? How'd that work out? I mean, you know. Ridiculous point prime. Can't you can't make things illegal though? Yeah. You can cause murder and rape. Okay. Zeroing saying smoking cigarettes. But you said you come out. To that people make their own choices though. Right. I think murder born the booze was illegal that was in the fucking twenty during prohibition. They called you the prohibition baby. Brian Ted, full, oh dance. Born in nineteen twenty one. So a student came home to our -partment in North Carolina. And she thought that her apartment was haunted because there are some weird things happening when she came home hurt something in her closet. She said Hello. And a man replied, oh, hey, it's just me. And she found that there is a man living in her apartment for the past couple of days, and he was dressed in her clothes in the closet. Did he seems stable? Oh fine ears. He losing it there. He's definitely losing. Oh, my word. He's not. Well, here's a combination of both. So well. It was crazy. And I just think it's sad. You know, what I mean me too because I think he's not in his faculties. However, it's sad. It's your house with kids, and then you're gonna have to shout or not you'd have to there's there's there are people have a fetish and that fetishes to break into houses and jerk off in their house and smell patties in their in their closets. Just to jerk off somewhere that nobody else has and leave your Mark been there done that bro else's house. But also do those way to specific to think that you haven't done it done it. No, no, man. Hey, what are you doing? Do. I start to fucking see my future. And I gotta put my sunglasses on what's your future? Look like did Bri. Don't. But to that laugh. It's disrespectful. It's also super. Super man, you gotta stop at that. I don't like the way you're sitting. Do you think about bringing back the ten minute podcast Cecil? You were talking about rethought about thought about it. We do it differently though. Wouldn't we would you do? Well, we make Brian fuck and take some comedy classes. So we wouldn't interrupt. He wouldn't be fucking big killer. Jones like he always is crystalline. I'll be fucking deepen hilarious bit and Brian. I'll be like do you guys want tacos? And fuck it all up come screeching halt Callen. Chris don't say. You're like a fucking what's the opposite of a juggernaut? I don't know a table, man. Able dude able that doesn't go anywhere for your even looking. Table that doesn't go anywhere for years at a family doesn't even use just put stuff on files. That's what you are dude. And they eat in front of the TV and all that shit, and they never use that that dining room table, man. This too wet liberal. Ning room table, counting your your mouth gets wet. When you get back gets fucking wet. My mouth is like a pussy, dude. It's so great. When you go to kiss a girl. What do you do you ever say anything before you do it? When you when you first time, you're gonna kiss girl. Right. And you're about to go in. Yup. What do you? So your end of the day and a great time. Yeah. And she wants to kiss her. Maybe she doesn't you don't know. What do you do this? I'm a Republican. Why do you say that she might be to throw off? I'm not even Republican, right? I just go. I'm a Republican. That's how you kissed it. Yup. Dude. That's not good meat to making your lips puckered up. I know. And then I go, and then I meet their lives like that. And then I use my lips. And then I stick. That. So I do. Becomes fucking Republican. And I'm not even a Republican. But I make girls were still now when you when you go downtown. Yeah. Do you ever do that? Or are you afraid of you talked about a sideways burger? That you say that to her I say, hey. Wisconsin. Hey, come on be be romantic in your voice would say, hey, baby. Yeah. Making bugger sideways. What does that make bugger sideways because if they're like this chilling, but then they go like this. What I'm talking about? Meet. That I meet the fucking lives at the thing. Same thing. Same thing. So I was better. Inside actually have sex and do it. What do you say that? Well, what's her name Mandy Mandy now? Let's say their name is Penelope Penelope. Okay. So first time having sex. I'm doing it right before. I haven't put it in there yet. No. But I don't say much just like kiss, and I make it nice and fucking make sure to like look at him and use a lot of icon ttacked. And and then right before I climax, what's her name Pinella. Okay. I go like this right before I climax, I go like this. Ooh. Cool. Fun. All right, cool. Have you ever had a girl say something before she goes? She has her thing. I had a girl say I'm going to go. Oh, no. Really because. Yeah. I'm gonna go, you know. Yeah. Shit. I'm going to go before she had an yeah. Not go. I'm gonna go. I'm out of here. Boy. Oh, go. Jimmy like Cher. Just fucking. Yeah. So so that's doesn't romantic. It's this shit. Dude. Penelope arms, cool. And they're like, wait. Wait. Do you not think of cool? Stuff. I figured out how to make it work. Putting? Ask him. Get this right here. Oh person. All Mike though. That's not a drawing. No, that's that's not a Ken doll. Eminem kindle to he's still someone's wallet. And then he was at a bar. And then I guess they have those things where in the chip in the car to shows stolen. So I found out that it was stolen. Call the cops, and he was pretending to be someone else. But it showed the other person. Apparently, he doesn't he's not like that guy at all. This doesn't. Doesn't fuck in KENDALL. He looks fake is shit faced years old. My aunt got really good eyebrows. Though. It look natural Cuche it Brian. No. I thought you. Why is he look he looks like a fucking? Well, he's got I guess who got makeup on browse he painted his eyebrows. On Duracell battery guys. Remember those guys commercial with just like and they had the Duracell in the back. Oh, what you remember nex? All right. The question when it guys like that and he stole wallet. And he's twenty right? He's on the internet is he done for life. Can he ever get a job even fine? He will people will forget he'll changes today's shave when they do a background check. He'll his name will come up. Yeah. That that is true, man. I I was reading this what happening about. I was reading this thing about this Jon Ronson book, and he was saying how fucking it was all about porn, and this guy had like a legit job in a as a nurse, and he was like helping people and found out because of the internet, and when it when it came out, and they were like, you gotta get fired. And he was like a fucking that was governor in Virginia in high school. He did a KKK thing and chocolate face thing. And then they're trying to give them resign. Now, this was in high school also back then in that from what I've heard clients from a black breeze law. Professor who was talking about how I think in that part of the south black face was like a Halloween people Jackson Five. Yeah. Our sold land that remember so eighty four. One. Was. Line within black face plant a black guy. Yeah. Creole ray. So you know, what I'm saying? But the whole country went to that movie. I think it did pretty well. Yeah. Funny. How things change. You know, what's interesting is he did have a K K K guy next to him. So what was that about? Was he what it is? In virginia. Governor will Dax Shepard made a good point. He was saying would the culture in now on his podcast armchair expert. And he said what we're doing now where we're like. So wanna make a mistake or someone does something, and we just fucked and put them in exile, get the fuck out, or if you look at over the time of some great artists like frigging, John Lennon or anybody Casco they had their shit, man. Like, they made some imagine. If so there's someone who's just as Picasso just because John Lennon today who are making mistakes, and we're going. Nope. You're done. No chances. So we're never going to enjoy their talents. Well, so shut-ins people if I give you some perspective, so amazing grace, which is sung by in a lot of black churches is so so it was written by a slave holder. He owned slaves. He had a conversion when he had his conversion realize it was wrong. He wrote the song amazing grace, the reason amazing grace such powerful songs. It's about redemption about change. But how your soul and heart and changed? So the bigger question is that guy was in high school, right? This is a grown man was everybody here different high school. We talking about. You don't do. We all change. I remember when I when I didn't know I didn't know about a gay people. And I had an argument with was twenty. I don't already moved this girl. Twenty-one both our parents were raised by she was raised by a gay couple. Or by the parents turned out to be gay. I was making an argument that I thought gay couples shouldn't be able to loud to adopt children because I didn't know I didn't know, I didn't know gay people. I didn't know I just thought it didn't make sense. I was like that seems dangerous are bad because I was I wasn't taught any differently. And then guess what you change you grow older, and you meet gay people than you. You know, kids are raised by gay people, and you go wait that kids fine. And then somebody goes with them in or foster care or to love and people. Yeah. That makes sense. So guess what? I fucking changed my mind when you were a child. Yeah. I know I was twenty of twenty one what I'm saying is that we can chain growth scroll into that. That's him and Chuck facing a K K K member. Yeah. Weird. He was a kid though, wasn't any saying that's not me. Nineteen years old ghetto play yelling. Nine also nineteen hundred. He not be allowed to be governor. I agree. I think that change if he's I do that. Of course, you can tell poor. Yeah. Moron. All of us. Never made a mistake or something that would be considered offensive. He might not even thought it was offensive back. Then I don't know. I don't know what was going on. Oh, I understand. But I'll let you governor racist. What about Liam Neeson's said you see that that was quite tense? But it was a moment when he was out of his mind somebody deal black was rape. So and he admitted it does that mean he's racist. No does that means a bad guy. No. It means that he was injured watch appeasing. Everybody has moments where they say shit and do things that are not now when you do it you better. Come correct, lose some jobs, especially in entertainment. It's hard. That's a hard thing. I understand people go on wait a minute. You gotta fuck and KKK guys there and you're in black face. I get that you have to explain that. That's what's up is. He the KKK or the black face. They don't know. Apparently. I would be more. I would be more forgiving black-faced than guy. I would never have just been a KKK thing. And I think I'm house those scared of him. My dad at talks to me that in that. I just never thought that I would have thought that was very -fensive didn't need to that back. Yeah. I mean, you know, what I mean? Like, if a black guy sees me a black dude sees me as as a K. What's funny about that? How about that black guy last night calling you out with your scar from delta ear that was the best? I'm standing I'm wearing a scarf. And he goes he goes is that a I never wear scarves. And you guys are already give me shit about. Because you get that off of American Airlines. And I go what? And he goes. Did you take that given that by the airline, I go? No. And he goes he takes off me goes. Yeah. You were and it says clouds dot com. Why did you give scar? From. I don't know my mother's or something. Why would they give scarfs first class or something to dude? I had a buddy, and he had these sunglasses that he would always wear and we were walking one day down the street. It was fucking twenty-something respectful during the story. And and I'm talking I'm looking at them as a rock and next to each other. And I say do your fucking sunglasses say. ABC support. And he says what? And does it say ABC sports on the a real small thing? And he was like, no. And I was like yet does and he was like the fucker you talking about. And he was like oh my God. He was wearing these fucking cool dope. Sung said ABC spoke different three. I don't know, dude. But we laughed so hard man, and I never talked to him again because I friend. Frenette fool, Chris. That's not. It's not got this right here. This is supposed to be one of the coolest punters. I don't like guy that does that actual post punter punter for Miami hurricanes. He's crazy, Jack. That is the punters exports hundred fifteen pounds. Oh shit. Wow. Even Sports Illustrated picked it up like a cool as punter funny, and he has a video just little kicking video. Right there. I mean, I don't know much about these kicks. If it's good or not, dude. Played for Miami's pretty fucking good. The only thing is how old is twenty four my ass. He's twenty four playing for Miami. Visit usually younger than that like nineteen years or you could he could he could not went to college. Right. I mean diversity you could always wait for the. For the soccer, and it was like all new collagen community. So you could do that in another civil you can be thirty. And my quarterback Joel Klatt was like twenty seven and I was nineteen what the advantages take euless. So they literally are just there's no age on it. They literally are just picking this because he has tattoos because he's big because he looks different for that. Yeah. -sition? Very strange. Yeah. Also didn't know that's very. Twenty four years old. He looks older to pharma killed. So then when he hits pro if you ever went pro he might be fucking twenty nine or something. It's crazy. It's really weird. I had I had no idea. I thought that was a eligibility in that sports starts when you enter does could be kicker probably say, you couldn't play football all that time. And then come back to college, obviously. No, he like you'd have to like a lot of guys get drafted in major league baseball. Right. And they go play beach baseball and come back and go college football. You can do that. Right. Can't do the term pro. If you're eligiblity never started. The clock starts once you enroll in school. Whether no matter what you do outside of it. Chris Winky was oldest like what does he get? All right. This year. So shaggy from Scooby doo. He there's memes going around in the gaming world that he was supposed to be a playable character in the new moral combat combat eleven though sense, but we have no idea with a gain so much steam that there was like three hundred and forty thousand some signatures to make it happen that many. Yeah. Forty thousand signatures. Chris you play video games. Don't. So they made him carry. It was it was rumored people got people started loving it. But then it turns out is not going to be character. Cool. I I don't. I wish I played video games. They look fun. But every time I get a controller on legless. What the folks I don't wanna have to be born I in the video game. You know what? I mean, you're gonna learn how to walk and stuff, and they're like, this is how you want to learn the shit. I just wanna fucking jump and fucking shoot. Would it be face as I said, what did they say? Do this. What do you do during the day? It would have saved saying that you could always just go nothing. No. I work out. I thought in every day it's kind of nothing to pretty much do most. I'm on the road a lot getting bags. You know, how that goes? Yeah. You got many better during the day nothing. My father met a Duke like a Duke from England can they were having dinner. My what are you doing? He goes nothing nothing. Left it that way. My father was a business dinner. And this guy was Duke. He was. Yeah. Royalty and said what are you doing? He said nothing nothing. For. My father was like, okay. How do you follow up with fucking aristocrat? I've nothing nothing until home. I God, dude. That guy is my hero too. I know I've never met. Anybody? Just does nothing. Raising money. Yeah. Awesome. Nothing. Nothing to do with us. I just want more. He was a Lord this guy. So he was trying to rob a Popeye's chicken in New Orleans and the register wouldn't open so he just took fried chicken and left. Oh, wow. He's feeling. Because I mean, he couldn't get to the cash them is. We'll get something. I guess last time had Popeye's chicken. It's really good. It's all right. That's great. Maybe he was just trying so hard for so long that eventually he got he worked up some fuck this money. I give me the chicken. Maybe. Well, good luck to that. Man. I feel like everyone's energy's gone down. Do she just show lights off and lay down? That's. Sushi dude, I'm song. We we're going to go eat and Brian's going to sushi. Sugar fish on you, your should awesome for it. Really is right up the street longer sugar fish. All right. Let's let's shut the lights off taken up. Down. But he good. Let's do quick song. And we'll all sing song. I'll start and then you add it you had to read. Can I get a beat? Can you give me sort of better? Let's just kinda do something really on your poet. Nice. That's shut the lots down on our live some times. You gotta take a break. You gotta decide that rat race. His just too long h Inc. Cut the lights. Go nuts to butts hour in the middle. It's gonna feel so good. I don't know if that's a good idea. Maybe we should live our lives. Two-way? We'd been living them and knock own have insects with the lights and never ever listened to Brian. Because we all the lights out and nuts, but's that's make sure we wrap it up and look each other in the eye. Let's. Person run a train on the dock bust in the bus in on Chan respective houses. And with the. What are you saying? Own respect to have sins. Each other. I'll do man in Beverly Hills. You do yours in wherever you live yours. Eric. I'm not, but I don't know. Jewish. Uh-huh. Could being Parlamento. Orrick should be wings too. I don't really know. About it. Because I don't want to bring the times. Who knows what's going on? With your sit. You. I don't know what the show knows. In not. The snow. I'm not sure what you're talking about. But be quiet anyway. This song was on made. It's not reading. Raising kid put out.
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