18 Burst results for "Dr. Feelgood"
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums
"Them who they are so just kind of then remnant of eighties and a tonic meddling metal metal blues rock. Kind of balaji thing. Going on yeah. But he doesn't put that effort he doesn't have that stupid effort that right that some of the bands from the late eighties. But you know the whole motley crue. Dr feelgood type feel this. Isn't that at all but then again it kind of there's a little bit of warrant in here. It would have blum boys and little great white if you own. Yeah yeah but they all borrow from the same blues roots on the ballot stuff the differences. The guys that you mentioned and we were talking about that. They took the the cheese fest rowlett. This is the same music this lyrically. They're thinking about something different. This was warranted. they'd be talking about checks. Yeah and what not existential crisis in what had happened to buy this food kings xs. Making their greatest album in those other brands are gone away. Oh yeah they were. They were lucky to be playing state. Fairs yeah. I don't think warren got invited to play what's doctor. You know shady lane. Oh my goodness cherry by and he got the final laugh because you know. Cherry pie is played at every single strip. Join ever weekend and we'll be forever..
The Bachelorette's Mike Johnson Gets Raw About Sex and Dating
"You guys welcome to another episode of Justice Justice of Astor here and I am so excited about my next guest if you guys have TV and don't live in the stone. Age. You've seen this man on the. Bachelorette. You've seen him on Bachelor in paradise and if you're smart, you'RE GONNA go pick up his new book because he is going to be the nets Dr Feelgood please welcome Mike I'm six five in High Johnson. Thank you thank you like that. I might be Dr Feelgood right now let me just give you guys a little bit of a warning. If there's something that you don't understand in this program today, there will be a black man says dictionary at the end of this and we will break down exactly what we're talking about because it true. When two black dudes get together sometimes you don't know what's happening. That's true. That's sure. We're fighting but we're not fighting. You know what? I mean like people don't get it. Not Funniest thing is like when I travel the world I've had friends say every time you see a black Guy Y'all. It's like it's it's a pain is just a band no matter but never met you. You just do it. was there another brother on your? Hand Brown season. Yes, Guston. Devon Johnson was it surprising to you that there were four of you on one season because to be honest before that? I mean there was one and So. I was surprised not allow surprised about it in a happy way. I was really happy too late for it and it was like y'all we gotta represent. You gotta represent we can't. We can't be getting out here like we do not give a physical altercation because we know the headlines GonNa read. So we were happy about but have to be honest it's a lot of pressure sometimes you know for me, I have to watch myself and I can't be as vocal about certain things a lot about certain things and I can't the way I would normally vote because people would say I'm a guy like a angry black guy it should be in the back of reminded it's like I'm amy because this is a dumb ass situation. Right I'm just lucky that you Chad Johnson weren't on the same season. In that. Terrible them my mouth I want might really Oh God 'cause they're not probably. He would evoke emotions. I wouldn't have been good. I'm really mad that you didn't get that. Bachelor in off or was not like I'm mad that they gave it to Peter Webber. I. Did enjoy the Peter Weber of it all but I was ready for you to take over how close was it really I was told the night before they still are unsure. That's what I was told I dunno, the validity of that. I think if Peter hadn't acted out at that bachelor tells all. The final the final rose situation. If he didn't cry, we didn't know barb was it barb wasn't crazy Peter would not have been the bachelor. Let's be real. I will say Mama Liba bars probably better TV them so. She's amazing. She's awesome. TV got lowered. Did. You ever think that you would be on a show like this because you're a good looking guy. Do they you could have found. Ample women no I never thought I would be on a TV show I never was something I was thinking about never watched the Bachelorette. Notice respects on and. I met ladies but I lived in San Antonio Tom I was thinking I'm not GonNa find mop person here. Yeah. I tried all the day naps I did last. Night just have. A crushing you're crushing tender. I'll be. Twice. About it my you're taking down come on Mike. Now. Once or twice out say like that. Just. So you know. With the nod we also can't lie to black. Black the. To Black dudes. And it can get come on man come. And you've got to tell the truth. How did you end up getting involved with the show? No Lotto, my home. I was financial advisers at work not. So my boy I. I just got mad at through my phone and I was like I ain't GonNa Never I'm Never GonNa Parmalat I'm never going to find love like regulation all this stuff he was like Kinda say what you said he was bro what good-looking do girls ever said they wanted me to relationship and I was like. I'm ready like I'm getting old I'm trying to have kids one day. You know in boss up I want I can't wait for the day that I have a son or daughter in like they're dating somebody nine am you'll get it looked good. I cannot wait for that day. So my homeboy said a Africa him dying laughing at me 'cause I said I wanted to be in a relationship. A few months later, he just sent me a facebook casting call. Now I'm upward nothing today. Let's do it and you got it I got lucky. What did you really think about Hannah Brown whenever he saw for the first I thought she was cutie but then I was thinking I knew she was from Alabama and I was. She's Caucasian. I was scared that I wanNA. Get a fair shot at her because she was out in our thoughts I assumed you know we all make Assad assume I assume that She might not like black guys and I was like, well, this sucks best-case but she definitely like the song
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Kingpins
"And he had this miracle shot that gave his patients so much energy and euphoria that they actually called him Dr, feelgood, which just an aside, maybe never go to someone called Dr. feelgood. So with this summit, coming up Jack Invites Dr Feelgood to the White House without consulting any of his regular doctors after one injection Jack is practically leaping across the room without his crutches. He feels on top of the world clear-headed. No pain. So he even asked Dr Jacobson to come with him to Europe. In case he needs another fix. So you're probably asking what was actually envy's magic injections mostly in Fettah means. So. If you're keeping score, the president is now shooting up speed. He's on Royds, downers, narcotics, and whatever else was in Dr Jacobson's shots because even today no one is totally sure what the full recipe. What's but Jack said I don't care if it's horse pass. It works. The thing about amphetamines though is when they stop working, you are in a world of trouble especially if you're trying to negotiate a peace treaty with the Soviet premier. When. Jack. Arrived in Vienna for the summit doctor. Jacobson, gave him a quick injection, and then he was off to the races I. Mean, he was even described as bounding down the steps of the embassy. He looked like he could run laps around the sixty seven year, old Khrushchev. But as soon as they got to talking, Jack was clearly not functioning at one hundred percent. He bumbled his way through the whole afternoon without accomplishing really anything by dinnertime. Even reporters who saw Jack leaving the building could tell that his energy was crashing. And by the end of the second day, well, it's generous to assume that he was going through withdrawals because the only other explanation is that he stripped lost his mind during their very last meeting. Khrushchev threatened is up to the US to decide whether there'll be war or peace and Jack replied then Mr Chairman there will be war, it will be a cold winter. Now this was the exact opposite of what the US was hoping to get out of this event Jack. said it best himself in an interview immediately after the meeting? Worst thing in my life, he savaged me. For a minute like Khrushchev, might have rhetorically beaten him to death a week or two after he gets back to the White House on June Sixteenth Jack. Comes down with a fever I. Mean, he can't even get out of bed. He has to cancel all of his appointments. His doctors are on red alert because when have Addison's disease? Any small infection can potentially be life threatening. So they decide to pump him full of antibiotics and steroids and narcotics. More than usual, but his condition just keeps getting worse for a whole week by June twenty second, he nearly dies. All the while the press is being told that he has a mild viral infection. The public has no idea that the commander in chief is basically on his deathbed. Miraculously Jacks health finally starts to turn around. He makes a slow but steady recovery and when the test comeback they all finally find out what caused this near fatal infection. Aero b-actor clohessy. A bacteria that outside of a hospital setting is usually sexually transmitted. So, the president just almost died of an S. T. D. and the burning question pun intended is who gave it to him? Well, it's a little hard to narrow down because in his downtime between creating international crises and shooting up enough drugs to kill a racehorse. JFK was sleeping with just about every woman in the.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Dan Barreiro
"Mayo Clinic Big Knocker Bill. Maurice, really more for enough, said executive producer. Laurie Fisher. Who turns out might need. A? Little bit of medical help and As, we say hi to. Dr Maurice and welcome you back to the program. was Christopher Cross ever in your musical wheelhouse. Have to say he was not. He was not on my mic tape. Never made it never made it that I think that's that's an honest answer and I'm not completely surprised. What about Molly crew? Big knocker? I could listen to the crew you know, but you know it was It was more like Judas priest. And some of that stuff I want Dr Feelgood to be your songs. I think Dr Feelgood has good bumper music. You.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"All parties should go with is that is that Leyla. Yeah okay. That's interesting is. That's the middle of the Song Leila. Well that's what I mean is like it's so discombobulating ovulating and what we're being forced to look at is so horrible. The Guy Hanging in the meat locker the guy in the garbage truck in the the couple in the pink Cadillac and I think that that one thing that goes sese is known for or what I've heard a lot of other directors talk about maybe even Quentin Tarantino is the ability to film something violent with humor or or that music music that kind of modulate your experience with it. Sure and so you can look at it but I'm not saying that's a good thing I'm just saying it's an interesting filming technique and it works really well. Yeah yes not even think. I'd like the Song Wheel until the movie came out. Yeah and then. I'm like they do now like this wasn't my thing. What about the beginning of that song? It's the best opening riff of any song really. Yes no no way no way wait yes sweetie and you know what the second best opening my heart till. Dr Feelgood but Layla is as I could find the unplugged version. I don't think you want that. I don't there's got to be go on Youtube or something. There's gotta be them. How do they not have the original?.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"It sounds like their first album yes. You're your shot at the devil could beat our third could be there but when you hear too fast for love. It sounds like there. I also producers the cooper again. I chris kill them. All metallica you know this is kind of my point. Shout is polished. It's the exact reason why didn't want dr feelgood to be a part of this debate because feel good is so polished i mean without bob rock in the polish. Feel-good may never be dr feelgood so i'd like to strip things. It's like if i'm looking at a girl right. Some people say that girl is pretty and i always say stripper down primer and let's see meaning take the take all the makeup off and is she naturally pretty without all the makeup on and obviously beauty's in the eye of the beholder whatever but too fast for love is motley crue without their makeup on them strip down doing it on their own and if you can <unk> sound that good with no polish no help. That's what stands out to me. Shout is produced. They had people come in on shout. Shout bruce tweet it still great but outside pita made it calm warm and produced a favorite song from each record. I'm going to go with <hes>. I'll say a excuse me fun with it bastard anal- go with <hes> <hes> even though i didn't vote for it i'll go down and take me to the top. Wow <hes> i'm i'm gonna go with livewire too fast from sort of and i'm gonna go <hes> too young to fall in love from shout at the devil livewire and red hot there you go perfect the too-speedy the speedy songs all right guys another classic album clashes in the books and <hes> always a pleasure to hang out with you and i think greg's fallen asleep full of energy and.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on 600 WREC
"And this is Dr feelgood featuring guitarist who is known as the master of the telecaster Wilco Johnson. You may recognize Wilco Johnson. He played the executioner in game of thrones for a couple of seasons and Wilco also beat pancreatic cancer. That is normally a death sentence. He beat it. And he is out touring around. If you get a chance if Wilco Johnson comes to your town, check them out. She does it right. Dr feelgood as part of an ongoing celebration of its place in conspiracy theory lore. The Denver International airport is created an animatronic gargoyles that talks to travelers the facility has long been the subject of rumors and innuendo suggesting that it housed a secret underground hub. For all manner of sinister forces such as the aluminum or till leeann aliens, those tales were largely relegated to the row above realm of urban legend and fringe researchers until the airport decided to embrace their odd reputation back in two thousand sixteen with a temporary art installation about conspiracies connected to the location the airport subsequently double down on the idea last year when they launched a conspiracy themed ad campaign about renovations at the site. And now they've taken it a step further by replacing their iconic gargoyles statues, which are often cited as a clue that the location has a cult underpinnings with robotic replicas that chat up unsuspecting people nearby. You can read the rest of that story. And there are some there's some video and photos there as well in the highlight carousel up at coast to coast, AM.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"That does the your teenage John stuffing. Does listen to this crank it up? All right. You can bring it down out this when I hear like oh fucking Dr feelgood or poison are like fuck that shit. What are we listening shit rock for? You're listening to real rock real rock by guys could fucking play. Not like weird attitude rock, not God of this fucking stupid hair bands. And. It's fucking joke. What is our that many dumb people? When people like I like poison you do why the fucking music sucks. We like humans like familiarity more than quality. Oh, yes, we do. Yeah. No. We are exactly many of you. Humans have the exact same relationship with music that my dog has with food just it fucking looks forward to its Kibble every single night. And it like we knows what we've heard same thing with food too. And we will we'll each shit sometimes repeatedly because it was something we we were care whatever's familiar. Do you like highway star fucking love highway star crate nother great drumming song. They're just had impatience crate, Craig drummer. Just that song. Just just it's it it literally drives and I love it. And then it gets me angry all this other fucking shitty rock band. So I had to listen..
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Rita Franklin recorded live at the Fillmore west in San Francisco in nineteen seventy one. The Fillmore was rock venue, and the repertoire in concert reflects it. She opens with respect then in now her greatest head, but then she takes a hard turn into rock and roll covers. They probably figured the place was full of hippies being the Fillmore in San Francisco and all Stephen stills love the one you're with track to scorcher. Eleanor Rigby and bridge over troubled water follow. The band is led by king Curtis, legendary saxophonist, and they never let the energy slack. Even the profoundly corny ballot, make it with you by the band. Bread is honestly fantastic when Rita singing it. By the time we bring the show back around asking you audience. Does anybody feel like hearing the blues? They are absolutely frenzy. And she delivers seven roiling boiling minutes. Dr. Feelgood tear the house down. The climax is spirit in the dark was reader's own, saw a hit the year before they run through it and she is shaking the place, the foundations, and then someone's spots Ray Charles in the house. He comes up to join her. The Memphis horns are slamming out the brass refrain pretty pert. He's banging his way through the drum lines and you imagine slipping on the sweat on the floor to people who created soul music who exploited what American use. It could be there together on stage incredible moment. It's hard to say goodbye to a wreath, ferocious genius, the greatest of American singers. But I hold her in my heart just like those folks in San Francisco, just like you just like everybody who ever heard her sing or plant piano. She's gone now. Sure. Worked it out. She was here. That's my show. That's all for this week's bowls. Both is recorded at maximum fund or headquarters. Overlooking MacArthur park and beautiful Los Angeles, California, where along Wilshire boulevard, the parking meters have been removed. Repeat parking meters, have been removed that is tremendous Los Angeles parking value. The show is produced by speaking into microphones producers, Kevin Ferguson, he had helped Casey O'Brien, production, fellows, max fun, or hey, soussan Broszio and Shane delory a- our senior producer at max von is Laura. Swisher are interstitial. Music was provided to us by Dan Wally aka DJ w our theme song was recorded by the go team. Thanks to go team into their label Memphis industries. If you like to
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Church and or using gospel themed music too Guide. Secular lyrics it was in the late nineteen sixties that she began to hit her music stri I'm talking about songs like baby I love you You make me feel like, a natural woman Chain of fools Ain't no way Think I say a little. Prayer Even songs not officially released as, singles such as Dr feelgood which used a gospel slash blues music bed with openly sexual and sensual lyrics extolling the virtues of her. Lover, as she musically climaxes well it underlined the complicated relationship that Franklin had, with her sacred music beginnings. And then burgeoning secular popular Pay But the late nineteen sixties had lows as well as highs as it was the one thousand nine hundred sixty.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Recorded at the famed muscles, shows? Right, yeah studio in Alabama's muscle shoals, studios and she played the piano. Cool and, this this is the record that started it all for her and lit the fuse. Under. Yeah Uh-huh It's unbelievable. Though just the way that she sings because it's just it's so. Effortless I, mean that's the Davis. Stuff when you, sing you're trying really hard and she's, not you, know because she's just singing the word feeling. It so she's not nervous about singing any of. Those so Oh. Nancy You're you're a. Natural. Woman okay so that was. Sixty-seven Donnie if you can find nineteen seventy-one live at the, Fillmore west the. Song Dr feelgood love is a. Serious, business well this is what according to, Rolling Stone. It's well we're searching out her tour to force live version from seventy one live at fomer west for an appreciation of the unabashed sexuality of. The song Dr feelgood loves a serious business which she recorded, in sixty-seven but Rolling, Stone says it's that that. Live version, I mean I do think like that's the beauty of like we can find. All this I, know it's. It's fine it is kind. Of. Fun yeah did you find? It, Danny I don't mind The cost Yeah so she wrote this song and she combines Rolling Stones. Rates state she combined gospel church. Was sex she, informs us she'll need. No doctors one visit from a man can cure all, her ill Do you love that Gospel All,.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kennedy Center honors Carole king yeah and she did troll natural woman Rica I'm crying that she throws her handbag up on the top of that piano and later in, the song. When. She stands up and drops that for coat and Steve keeps going there are some impacts. That people make, on the planet that never go away and she was one of them Absolutely I saw this one thing in terms of the types of music that she was. Doing if your doctor feelgood from back in the, day I wanna say it was like nineteen seventy seventy one. Dr feelgood was a was a song about Female orgasm And she had been known up to that, point for, you know a lot of, gospel music a lot of our. And stuff but, of course respect which was sort of a an anthem for not just, civil rights but but but women's rights. As well and then she sings this song and people lost their minds like you can't sing gospel and talk about orchestral at the. Same time you can't. Do that this. Is unacceptable I think that kind of led to part of her demise in the in the late seventies where we just didn't hear from her. Very much and then like, you said the tragedy that befell, her mother her father was shot. And killed her father was shot and then for the last five years of. His. Life yeah so he never got to see her, come back but, it's just, I mean there's so many songs are so many songs that we could play of her that are just iconic songs and she did come back in the eighties when everyone was apparently, embracing, female orgasms Freeway of love I think was the big one off that album that eighty-five album you liked freeway of, love Yeah.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dr feelgood yogurt exactly and originally rick spin had called me up because he was doing the biography of the actor bob cummings remember love that bob in my living with julia knew more plus bob cummings is one of alfred hitchcock's goto meeting that he looked dial m for murder he loved this guy and he was in a motion picture actor of the nineteen thirties and early nineteen forties then became a big television store and he worked for my godfather george burns in the nineteen fifties on the television show love that bob it all the time bob cummings was being treated by max jacobson dr feelgood and he was given methamphetamine sections along with rod sterling and other cecil b demille other famous hollywood figures so we're going to book on that and i wasn't this guy jacobson he also was jeff case ad hoc doctor and we said let's broaden the book so we did it menu of hundreds came and we waited until after you four hundred was over and i was just a pure and ancient alien we had the time to do the book on match jacobson so doing it we were looking at the effects of high dosages of injectable methamphetamines methadone i'll a liquid methamphetamine that were synthesized where i developed by max jacobson all the way back in the nineteen twenties as a cure for blood diseases and they weren't illegal at the time it wasn't illegal no no no this is perfectly legal legal in germany legal in europe and legal in the united states in fact it was max jacobson's methamphetamines that inspired richard nixon to start the draw drug war in the nineteen seventies and create a the bureau of narcotics and dangerous drugs which resulted in the banning of drugs making them control dangerous substances like methamphetamine methamphetamine like drugs still exists today and they're still being prescribed diet drugs as draw offer drugs like ritalin for adhd so they're still around but back in the nineteen but back in the nineteen forties thirties and forties they were considered a wonder drug and hetty lamar in europe was one of mac's jacobson's patients hedvig kiesler was her name and she was one of his patients and she had an affair with him he had an the two had an affair because one of the side effects of methamphetamine is it it makes you hyper sexual i e look at jfk history with women right right and so but have you lamar was also a brilliant woman besides being a fabulous movie star she was married number of time she's a brilliant woman who was obsessive when she got her brain around an idea and so in researching max jacobson for the doctor feelgood book we came across the head you lamar story which was kind of a dairy story of how she sought to help the allies in world war two by developing this which called spread spectrum technology kind of frequency hopping signal crypto signal that would allow the trends the transmitter and the receiver of radio signals especially for weaponized things like for does to change frequencies in a reciprocal way so that that frequency couldn't be jammed that was that was what she and composer george antle developed for the navy and the idea but radio controlled torpedo that goes all the way back just as a radio control device goes all the way back to nikola tesla in world war one when tesla what the idea for weighty oh control torpedo to the naval warm board and that idea was turned down was rejected by tesla's archrival bitter personal enemy thomas edison and thomas edison's one of thomas edison's arguments against the tesla invention was that besides the fact that he despised nikola tesla the who beat him out with wiring the eighteen ninety three world's grandeur.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Double Toasted
"You met him bro oh maybe let me see oh eight is too sky doing man i would just play the kids say somebody's got free drinks you do man i got you got you let me see here let me see what we got oh so everybody knows our intern overhear dr feelgood you know his name is his name is jake freeling but we call him jake feeling we say we liked that one free we like feeling better twist on duck field how you doing man good man good now you've been keeping up with this young man over here he's in training to be the greatest critic ever take our john take odd jobs on i hope so i hope that means we are john and as we said you know training everybody thinks that you go in there and just go see movies and you talk about him and it's it's gonna be so much fun is not that easy that's why it's so important right now 'cause everybody can go out there and be a critic in ninety percent of them even more suck sure but you still have competition sure that's why it is more important than ever to train to be the best critic that you can't and don't go out there and just talking off the top of your head sure you've got to learn these skills you gotta learn speak the language of film you got to learn and take everything seriously even the most ridiculous shit that's out there of course last week came in here laughing from this point on last week last weekend you came out last weekend yes yes came in grinning and laughing snuggling and everything you know we're not doing that i said we take things seriously no course of course wanted to smile and that's hey take it out that gut they're small off your face smile thank you not today i don't want you laughing on what you smile because we're talking about something serious here right now yeah with doing a very serious review of a film that came out a few years ago l and this one is very hard to not come in at least crack one smile out here in the wild don't fit in why and be a real bear especially for no verification even on why did you take a picture it'll last longer this home is threatened to her online boys care of finally discover you are moving here now.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Double Toasted
"See midnight ted attack every saturday seven thirty pm to midnight central stand at tie talk to the matab are talked to them on their livestream youtube channel face to face in that is it fun with your core coming here from yes is we had a very civil talk about the move hereditary we're gonna beat you just it at the end no we already nudism some like somebody's going to like somebody not exactly exactly everybody understand this weird enough with somebody says yeah like shit and i'm like why you dislike it was asleep oh thank you i know how years man he's ways hardware man he came out of date and the suit and tie and everything changed quick yeah man good to see cargo josh speaking of everything chicago good to have you here man thank you thank you thank you as always dr feelgood over there dr feelgood is entire day feels really frills but we call them j fields dr phil that he's going to be feel real good on sunday when he does review of a talking cat a man here we he's working his way up the ranks to being a a great critic you gotta start rough though man can't get to the good shit i my first movie would double toaster was strange magic no it was a the boy next door with jennifer lopez oh we gotta to go with that ashtrays magic oh you went out early in the day no everyone today drug show we're like three o'clock.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"He is over one read enough pills desist ix he is as zero suicide every yeah so and here's why i really i wanted to educating this suicide to one lucky boy in the stance god some boys hospital right now he's going to dedicate zoos it here's why i wanted to end on him for a few reasons he felt a lot of shame about his depression and he did not want to go to the doctor but there's this and there's this great thing that he wrote it's it came out yeah on he wrote this article for guideposts dot org i don't really know why he wrote it for that i've never heard of it but honestly look up most of my news from mike wallis guideposts it's incredible eero this thing just outlining his entire life's battle with depression really yeah and so like when he started being incredibly depressed and had suicidal thoughts and then attempted suicide and continue to be depressed he just like didn't know it was a problem that was the first thing that happened he had no clue that it was a problem and so he didn't do anything about it he was like he just kept saying to his wife no no no i'm just the stress of the trial it's just awful once the trial's over i'll be better i'll be better and she was obviously incredibly concerned the first half is right mike yeah the stress at the trial is definitely affecting you owe and this is a great details it was wife man she she eventually made him go to a doctor was like you have a clear problem we don't know what it is you have to go to a doctor the first doctor he went to literally said this to him you don't need help you're tough everybody knows that you'll bounce back in no time went on this whole thing about how his reputation will be hurt if people know he gets said dr feelgood.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
"Puking by the way happens to a lot of people do see should feel i didn't you did you probably the bombs name skier mc peter how many people did they say like welcome to california that guy was train wreck and i was high for like twelve hours i'll never get never forget it i had a buddy a good long he's called dr feelgood so got a point with a doctor that's good respect that a lot of the i seen a fucking somebody bus out with the bag like two thousand volcano volcano but this guy there was no base he had a paint gun that like the heats up paint and he had the rig that clicked into the fucking black into i don't know where he found this shit at so you just like this thirty foot industrial mobile fucking electrical whatever here conduit yeah core there's no way he was going to use the word con extension cord nick jesus conduit yeah it was point right at it and then he just grabbed their guns this fucking paint heat gun that's for some volcano sat there for like a month you feel good when you're toss around those bags thrown across the room with his little orange tip it goes way smoother into that a bomb yeah i got sick of it though i did it real hard for like a month and then i was about done with it can start tasting where do you change your bad.
"dr. feelgood" Discussed on Suicide Buddies
"That's not exercise they say lose weight they say you could exercise more exercise is really good for you and i'm like man i wanna get high and watch avatar that's cool man yeah thanks for telling me to exercise but you're not a real doctor i know that the scope is on your butt you wearing a fuck and tiedye shirt right now your name tag says dr feelgood there's a fence over your windows yeah that's been a great episode and that was super fun enjoyed that story props demanding britain thanks again for doing the show bro guys please subscribe to the patriot and we have another episode we just did with matt engebretsen up there which was super funding we talked about shawshank redemption and the suicides going on in that movie it was really fun it's patriot dot com slash suicide but he's also please keep rating tunes tunes and subscribe and tell your friends it seems like more and more people are listening really appreciate you guys hoping spread the word guys really love you take care see you soon thank you so much for listening to suicide buddies we hope to see you again next week just a quick reminder if you are experiencing suicidal thoughts feeling like filling yourself talked to someone please take it very seriously we joke around about suicide here because we thought about it because joking is how we deal with it we hope that it helps you but if you really thinking about it we want you to stay here with us call one eight hundred two seven three.