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"duff mckagan" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on KCRW

"X I'm Meg Bulls, and our last story comes from Duff McKagan, the former bass player for guns and roses and for Velvet revolver. He told this story at a show we produced in Los Angeles. You can imagine Death has a million stories. But he decided in the end to tell the one he said, meant the very most of him. There's definite Kegan lied at the market. In my twenties. I experienced a certain amount of success in my musical career and Really, ever since I was could remember That's all I ever wanted. But also in my mid twenties, I started to spiral. Deeper down into my addiction of alcohol and drugs and About 27. Realized three of my best friends. My very best friends had all died from drug overdoses. And it just seemed that it was everywhere around me and I Just became numb. I was getting numb and I couldn't find my way out of my own addiction and Bought a dream house back back home in Seattle, this house that myself and my friends and we were little we'd look at the house and say, one day one of us is gonna have that house. And Was at that point. I bought the house the castle. We called it. And I got on a plane from l. A to Seattle to take possession of this new home and Sat on the plane and Kurt Cobain sat next to me on the plane. And he was famously in his drug hell, and I was in mine, and we just Sort of commiserated on where we're at, And that was that we landed and I went to my house. And two days later, I was there alone and my phone rang. And they duff, weren't you just on the plane with Kurt. He's dead. And I thought I didn't think I was nominated. It didn't affect me. I just kind of figured that's the way it was going with. A lot of us. And I figured I was next at that point. Four weeks later in that house. I woke up one morning in my bed. Had a sharp little pain. I thought it was gas, So I just sort of rolled over in bed and the pain spread and got sharper. And I thought something. That was going on. But I thought still was just a lot of gas, so I rolled again. And the paint dripped down on the inside of me. Down across my stomach and down into my quad muscles, and it felt like dull knives just cutting into me and I couldn't breathe and I couldn't move one last time to reach my phone. To call 911 or Friend or my mom. And I thought, well, This is it? I didn't think I would last till I was 30. And here I was. I was 30 now. And thistles it I'm gonna die alone in my bed in this in this House. The pain. I didn't think I would die in this much pain. And just and I heard my door open downstairs and My best friend's his childhood, Andy. I heard him say, Hey, where are you? And he could tell That I was home. My car was in the garage and my keys and wallet were downstairs on the counter. And I heard him come up the stairs. And I and I I knew I just I could die now with at least my best friend and he came into the bedroom. And he, he said, it's finally happened. And and he picked me up and the pain was So bad that I just I whispered in his ear and that it could. It could have only been a whisper or a whimper. More like Andy, Please just kill me. I just couldn't take the pain. Remember a cold floor of the ER. Hospital there in Seattle. I remember getting two shots of de Maral and two shots of morphine and from previous experience. I knew this stuff should do and and it didn't work on me. In the panic that I suddenly felt like this pain's not going to go away. Remember at that point, my doctor who Whose father Was my birth doctor that delivered me and they were our family doctor. And now the sun had taken over the practice and He came in my doctor, this son of the Dr Hood birth me. Came in, and they did the ultrasound. And I saw his face above me. It went white. And apparently, what happened might make pancreas had expanded to the size of a football and it burst and it spills the bile that digest your food, and it's built it. All over your insides and Remember seeing my mom. They're in a wheelchair with Parkinson's. Me the youngest of her eight Children. I am the tubes running in and out of me. Intravenous morphine. By this time in intravenous Librium from this shakes from I withdraw. And my mom there and just thinking The order of this whole thing. Right? I should be taking care of my mom. And now she has to see this. See your youngest time. They did another ultrasound. Heard them talking about splitting it. People open. So let the steam out to release some of the pain before they die. And apparently, there's only a 15% chance of survival in this particular thing I had, but I just wanted to die. I couldn't take the pain anymore. Was another ultrasound. And my doctor came to me. Day it past, maybe two. I don't know. But the That ultrasound. He came to me, he said. If you begin a second chance. You better figure out what this is. All about Apparently my pain Chris had On back down to size, which just doesn't happen and they were going to keep me in the hospital. Until the ruptured. I guess I don't have thinking so it up or not, but they were just going to see if the healed so they kept me in the hospital and I was Thursday..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From P R X I'm Meg Bowls, and our last story comes from Duff McKagan, the former bass player for guns and roses and for velvet revolver. He told this story at a show we produced in Los Angeles. You can imagine Death has a million stories. But he decided in the end to tell the one he said, meant the very most different. There's definite Kegan wanted it the mark. Where's In my twenties. I experienced a certain amount of success in my musical career and Really, ever since I was could remember That's all I ever wanted. But also in my mid twenties, I started to spiral. Deeper down into my addiction of alcohol and drugs and About 27. Realized three of my best friends. My very best friends had all died from drug overdoses. And it just seemed that it was everywhere around me and I I just became numb. I was getting numb and I couldn't find my way out of my own addiction and I bought a dream house back back home in Seattle, this house that myself and my friends and we were little we'd look at the house and say, one day one of us is gonna have that house. And Was at that point. I bought the house the castle. We called it. And I got on a plane from l. A to Seattle to take possession of this new home. And, uh, Sat on the plane and Kurt Cobain sat next to me on the plane. And he was famously in his drug hell, and I was in mine, and we just Sort of commiserated on where we're at, And that was that we landed and I went to my house. And two days later, I was there alone and my phone rang and a duff weren't you just on the plane with Kurt. He's dead. And I thought I didn't think I was nominated. It didn't affect me. I just kind of figured that's the way it was going with. A lot of us. And I figured I was next at that point. Four weeks later in that house. I woke up one morning in my bed. Had a sharp little pain. I thought it was gas, So I just sort of rolled over in bed and the pain spread and got sharper. And I thought something. That was going on. But I thought still was just a lot of gas, so I rolled again. And the paint dripped down on the inside of me. Down across my stomach and down into my quad muscles, and it felt like dull knives just cutting into me and I couldn't breathe and I couldn't move one last time to reach my phone. To call 911 or Friend or my mom. And I thought, well, This is it? I didn't think I would last till I was 30. And here I was. I was 30 now. And thistles it I'm gonna die alone in my bed in this in this House. The pain. I didn't think I would die in this much pain. And just and I heard my door open downstairs and My best friend's his childhood, Andy. I heard him say, Hey, where are you? And he could tell That I was home. My car was in the garage and My keys and wallet were downstairs on the counter. And I heard him come up the stairs. And I and I I knew I just like I could die now with at least my best friend and he came into the bedroom. And he, he said, it's finally happened. And and he picked me up and the pain was So bad that I just I whispered in his ear and that it could. It could have only been a whisper or whimper. More like Andy, Please just kill me. I just couldn't take the pain. Remember a cold floor of the ER. Hospital there in Seattle. I remember getting two shots of de Maral and two shots of morphine. And from previous experience. I knew this stuff should do and it and it didn't work on me. In the panic that I suddenly felt like this pain's not going to go away. Remember at that point, my doctor who Whose father Was my birth doctor that delivered me and they were our family doctor. And now the sun had taken over the practice and He came in my doctor, this son of the Dr Hood birth me. Came in, and they did the ultrasound. And I saw his face above me. It went white. And apparently what happened? My pancreas had expanded to the size of a football and it burst and it spills the bile that digest your food, and it spills it. All over your insides and Remember seeing my mom. They're in a wheelchair with Parkinson's. Me the youngest of her eight Children. I am the tubes running in and out of me. Intravenous morphine. By this time, intravenous Librium from this shakes from my withdraw. And my mom there and just taking The order of this whole thing. Well. I should be taking care of my mom. And now she has to see this. See your youngest time. They did another ultrasound. Heard them talking about splitting it. People open. So let the steam out. Really some of the pain before they die. And apparently, there's only a 15% chance of survival in this particular thing I had, but I just wanted to die. I couldn't take the pain anymore. Was another ultrasound. And my doctor came to me. Day it past, maybe two. I don't know. But the That ultrasound. He came to me, he said. If you begin a second chance. You better figure out what this is. All about Apparently my pain Chris had On back down to size, which just doesn't happen and they were going to keep me in the hospital. Until the ruptured. I guess I don't have thinking so it up or not, but they were just going to see if the healed so they kept me in the hospital and I was Thursday. They couldn't feed me any water or food. The ice chips and I started to heal and they took the morphine button away, and I remember kind of like filling the withdrawal from that and the Librium button. They took away but they kept intravenous and I started to heal. After two weeks, they said. You know you're free to go, Duff. We have a rehab for you to go to and I said I'm done. And I was done. I was I was done. This is the longest this two weeks I've been off of alcohols. In my adult life. It's the longest I've been off street drugs in my adult life. Two weeks. And I was giddy. I left the hospital. I remember seeing the doors of the hospital and started to run and I doubled over in pain because my insides were still robbed with the burns. But this is my first experience in sober life in my adult life, and I remember smelling like Things we take for granted Fresh cut grass. Smelters and remind me of having a lawn job when I was 12 and 11. Big so happy and I got a newspaper. I smelt the newsprint something I hadn't smelled since I was a paperboy. Remember going to a grocery store on this rusty old mountain bike? I had I pulled it out of my garage. I just didn't know what to do. I went to the grocery store. And it was chaos in there. To me. It was theirs Sounds coming through the sound system. I'm sure clerks just checking prices on grocery items, But I thought they were all talking about me. Yeah. And this normal transaction. I went to get smokes. I bought some barbecue sauce. I don't know why and and I was sweating and I got a pack of smokes, and I gave her the money was kind of crumpled up out of my sweaty pocket. Into her was a normal transaction. But to me, it's just just wasn't Heard about this martial arts dough, Joe. And I knew I needed something else..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Season yes and liberals been wishy washy with all this too I'm a plane without fans sure I'll play with fans I really don't wanna play without fans yeah and now it's who said we're not gonna finish what are we doing Jerry can I give you a buzz no buzz I love this game yes buzz no buzz on a Friday there is a non sports buzz nobody's played in our demographics we'll house as they say okay buzz no buzz buzz no bus Duff McKagan his wife does she serve defecating of guns and roses thank you I had no idea okay Duff McKagan wife says guns N. roses are working on a quote pretty epic new album buzz no buzz for new music from guns and roses I think when we get a release date as we get close to the release date buzz a lot of buzz really I think people be interested yes I think he will be into it and interested I DO right now no buzz no buzz the problem with like a band like guns N. roses putting out new music they're going to go on tour again whenever we're allowed to do that yeah you don't want to hear this you what welcome to the two I will I will first of all we need the air play and I would think ninety two three would play it so that will help you get familiar with let's say two or three songs not the whole album get is familiar with a couple of new songs you play the old stuff and then you give us two or three boring no one still wrinkle in I could live with that and you give us an hour and twenty minutes of a guns N. roses yeah I would be and I'll say this year because I eaten not right now but I think when we get close to the album release buzz yes okay I think so when I saw the show should I was actually excited you want buzz yes the gentleman even guns roses fan but that to me is kind of cool we do take a quick break when we come back Alice gonna talk about def Leppard's new album and then boomer in your six on the fed this.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

09:44 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"We know this. We're now in our forties this. Well, we're not in our twenties is not going to end well for you, you know, and all you can really say in that in. That instance, is that I'm here for you. You can't force guy to get sober. They got wanna do it on their own. And Scott that end the kinda ended that band, you know, after the second records tour that was kind of it Scott was well on its way. Today, you can probably, you know, gone again, and then his demise a year or two later came but back to to to guns. But there just wasn't a lot of communication and are not in actually and to pull the sing together. You know few things happened. I I ran into axle in London. Our hotel rooms were right next door to each other of all the cities and all the hotels and all the floors on this planet for our room speed next each other was that was in two thousand ten and he and I. Had a really nice talk, and we hung out. I he played I think the next night. And I went to the gig with him. We wrote in a boat up to Thames river to the to. We've just had this really great conversation. And it was like the old days. We were joking about stuff, and that was a really nice way for us to get reacquainted again, and he had some gigs. He was doing where his bass player Tommy Stinson from the replacements had to go play some replacements gigs. We the replacements got back together and did the shows and actual asked. If I could come in and play these five shows in South America five or seven shows. And that was a big, you know, thing I was like, oh, this is very interesting. You know, I my friends needs me, I've left not life. Left behind. I mean, I've left that life behind not the music, but the life, right? But here's the thing where my open, you know, a guy, you know, went to battle with we are musically relevant because we've formed that band back in nineteen eighty five you know, that in my friend, he needs he needs me that right now, and he's he's reached out and asked for it. So that meant more than anything. And so I I did it. I went into rehearsing with his band for a couple of weeks and went down to South American. He and I had you know, like the strangest thing just like having two of two of us on stage. There was that old feeling that old groove that old intangible thing, you can't put a finger on we began talking about trying to do something further and that began again, the talks of doing what we just did this two and a half year one hundred fifty nine date tour that we all started talking before this thing started we started the three of us started talking and and like sitting down and communicating maybe something we never did ever before. So that's what we do. Now. We talk communicate we laugh number kind of grown men at this point. Is there a guns and roses? And guns and roses song that is very popular that you hate. There is no they're still talking that. I hate, you know, I I'll tell you a quick story. So those gigs where we opened I think it was three shows we often from stones at the Coliseum, and Mick Jagger was was super personable. Very nice. You would come over to our dressing room. And and I was talking to him. And I said man, we play welcome the junk planet so many times. I just don't know if I can how many times more times I can play it. And he looked at me goes, do you know, how many times I play jumping Jack flash? And he goes there's always somebody out in the audience. There's never seen you play that song. And there's always gonna be that you play for that person. And he may kinda shamed. Me you must have felt like real shift. There Mick Jagger said look, I'm a lot older than you a lot bigger than you in terms of band history. Though. I know you guys are the big thing now, and I bring it every night asshole. Exactly. And I went from my six three frame down to about two foot one. And I realized she was absolutely right. So there's no song like I played jungle now, and I'm like and people lose their mind, you know, so in this whole time, I realized like audiences to there's there's so many interesting stories out there. And when you think you're the most interesting person in the room like I've met so many like our fans that their stories blow my mind, you know, and how they got that gig. What brought them there and their circumstances in life, and what the ban means to them. And I really realized. There's so many interesting people that are coming to our shows, and it's a real honor. Like, okay, we're gonna do this thing tonight, and it's going to be three or three and a half hours, or we're going to be an together this unity of forty or fifty thousand people together, especially you know, it's been very interesting. The last two and a half three years not only like. I guess politically in America. But the world has been this very in arguably interesting historical time, and so for this band between during this time, not just America. But like other places in the world where things are people are kinda scared or kind of you know, scratching their heads three and a half hours. You can come to our show, and nobody asks who you voted for nobody. Nobody cares. And you know, played we played Muslim countries where women in full, you know, head coverings had the devil horns up and are just rocking out. And he realizes things transcends. What how any way I can think about playing welcome to the jungle it transcends that? And you just really it's really inspiring. And there's no song that I'm I'm sick of doing different music these days along with the work with guns and roses. He's got the solo album tenderness. It's released may thirty. I the upcoming tour kicks off may thirtieth infinitely for ticketing toward aids. Go to Duff online dot com. What drew you to this project? And you say, I guess it stripped down you were saying, yes, it's pretty I wrote. This sounds Qatar while we're out in the road. It was kind of observations. It was I I it was going to be a third book. And I read a lot, Dan I, and I read a jetty Vance's hillbilly elegy, and and Sarah Canda horse duper the fly over country, and I on this tour, and I and I read a rising Paul's the Third Reich, and I read these books, and I'm observing these things as I'm traveling the world, and observing this this interesting historical time, but I'm also going because I read so much history. I go and do all these really nerdy things in every place. I visit or I'll do side trips. I'm a mature, man. I'm a historical tourist and in doing in getting out and doing all the stuff that I do you. Do you talk to people, and I never once you know, I been watching all the cable news before I left onto her. And I got sucked in like everybody else. It was like the soaps, and I switched from one channel the next and see these panels, and I saw how that was becoming a fad and people yelling each other. And and they're talking about this divide and going out there and touring. I just didn't see the divide at all. I didn't ever talk politics with anybody at that. Like a guy on the air boat, gone and seen alligators Louisiana. You know, we talked about what alligators eight they like marshmallows who knew. And he was talking about how swamps or are are draining and changing in the forty years. He's been in there. And those were the common types of conversations. I'd have you know, I went to little big horn. And it was really great seeing how the the assu were represented there by the Park Rangers. And. I went to Monticello. No nowhere. I go to and talk or see lectures, talk to people. Did we ever talk about politics? People are just. Think on the news. That's the thing. That's the fails ads, of course. And you know, we know the lobbyists are our ten steps ahead of anyhow impress be down here. Arguing about some thing. We found the news is kind of a waste of time. I think people realize that at least in my experience. So I started writing little beginnings of chapters about these things and things I've observed and the chapter beginnings turned into these songs because I thought maybe there's too many books out about, you know, social, political observations, and I just wrote this record more feelings. I I wrote it on acoustic guitar really wanted the music to be fair. And so that the voice, and the the latest could be heard kind of like if you're in a room watching a guy do a lecture and the microphone isn't loud enough in the whole room quite. Down because you wanna hear what he's saying? Or she saying I want to have that same sort

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"South beach. Sessions is presented by T so official watch of the NBA shop at US dot T. So shop dot com. Hello. It's Dan Le Batard, and we will bounce inside and outside of sports with south beach sessions. We will go into music, and entertainment, and the guest this week is a part of the biggest band in the world in the ninety the rockstar has been replaced by the pop star and guns and roses at the time was living crazy life crazy life that almost killed our guest a crazy life that consumed him so much that his pancreas blew up. And this is as Pablo Escobar is sending cocaine to their hotel room because they were Rockstars that day is dead. Duff? Mackay gin was almost dead. We're going to talk to him about the partying how it caught up to him. And before we do that before we talked to the basis from guns and roses. I want Mike Ryan here to tell you about who it is that sponsoring this stuff keeping it free. As we ask you to rate. Subscribe and review, and we ask you to check out these sponsors. Even if you don't have a need right now for these sponsors. Because we get the credit when the traffic goes there, if you want to keep this free you need to support these things for us. Tell them what they are. Well, it's been a big couple of weeks for laboratory and friends, Dan and the entire laboratory and friends network is sponsored by T. So the official watch of the NBA and now the official watch a labrador and friends each one of those timepieces delivers quality performance and traditional luxury in this graduation season. Get that NBA fan in your life, a T so watch the tea so krono excels, great watch for those looking for a sporty krona graph with Swiss technology at an unbeatable price shop now at US dot T. So shop dot com. They're the network. Sponsor this episode of south beach sessions is brought to you by great friends at ZipRecruiter. They've been sponsoring south beach sessions since day one and fellas ladies hiring super challenging we all know this, but it's not anymore. Thanks to our great friends at ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. You use that promo code us. That handles ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. And you get to try this amazing service for free because they send your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards. That's what separates ZipRecruiter by making things easy. And they don't stop there. With her powerful matching technology. Ziprecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right experience. And they invite them to apply for your job. We love ZipRecruiter over here at south beach sessions. It's a smartest way to hire. Cer-? Go ahead and go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash beach. And try ZipRecruiter for free. Go ahead and do that now for us, please. Even if it's not a service that you need just check it out. So that they can see that the advertising works. So that we can keep getting you stuff like this. It's been a long time since there were Rockstars quite like this guns and roses was on a debaucherous path for a long time. Let's talk about it with Duff MacKay gin. The is the basis for what was at one time the biggest rock band in the world Duff MacKay in with us of guns N roses. And I don't think I could've seen this coming thirty years ago. Tenderness it's going to be released may thirty first the upcoming tour kicks off may thirtieth and Philly for tickets tour dates you go to Duff online dot com. And so if I told you Duff thirty years ago, I come up to you and say, look, you're going to have a solo album, it's getting rave reviews for its poignant lyrics, but it's also alt- country. You would have said what to me? Yeah. I know I I got played on outlaw country last week. I guess in rotation. Yeah. Wasn't going for all country. I was just going for kind of an honest bear bear record. I don't know what I would have said to thirty years ago. It might have been unintelligible. You didn't know who you were. Then right. I was trying to figure it out. And I was thirty years ago. I was kinda stuck in a wet cardboard box that I couldn't quite punch my way out of with the drinking and the drugs and found my way out and it's been a sea chain since I turned thirty says I got sober. And you explain to us where it is that you ended up deciding look I need to fix this. I can't have my pancreas blowing up. I can't have I need to fix this. Was there a moment that that decision? Got me. Yeah win. My pancreas did love that was kind of after I was taken to triage at at at northwest hostile Seattle, and the pain was so bad with that that I truly I did I wanted because they had morphine enemy, and they had all kinds of stuff, and it wasn't working. And I knew what morphine of supposed to do. And it wasn't doing it and the pain you burns on the inside of your body. So you

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

The Eddie Trunk Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast

"But you're going to hear the eleven songs that are on the tenderness record. And and some other stuff shooters to say, you're like the fan boy here like as much as all these wonderful things, and I'm sure very deserved about you. At the same token, you grown up guns and roses fan. You're like, yeah. I'm producing and playing in a band with Duff MacKay gun right now. I sense that that's probably going on with you a little bit. And I mean, it's it's it is like that. I mean, there's like, you know, fifteen year old is totally high fiving. But like at the same time thing getting like getting like getting in. And amazing person is his family and the generous kind compassionate human being. I came out of this process different, you know, and and getting to him sharing his opening himself up. It's like, you know, I asked you about these films as well. They're very much big part in the you know, probably my my. Deafness experiences ever had doing this records and doing it with one of my heroes and going out there, and you know, doing this live performing the stuff out of out of control on. And it's like, no he he allowed me to stretch out, and you know, in my band play with and and it really made I think it just kinda came in this really like really organically natural place between without any kind of like thoughts of like, you know, what should be doing does had these great songs we hung out at my house for like two weeks centrally and range than in the like stuff and then go on the road, right? And how back and then I'd be thinking about the whole time. And then and then we'd go back in and cut them start cutting in the, you know, the one of my favorite moment in this video is when you said like we I think it was tenderness. We are going to change that. And you were like, no, you know, he was doing really convinced on this stuff when he did your house and every time we should stick. With what we are. Got was always delight me, you know. So like to answer your questions like getting to to work with him, of course country. But it's it the processes that had so much more of a profound impact on me as musician in a and and as a person, you know, so in a way it started off like while I'm working with you know, defecate and by the end of it. It was like. Fucking one. My heart beats an entity song, and for you know, and just knowing that we're gonna get to go and do it lie. It's just. Gonna be awesome. I anyone who's gonna come shell. You're going to be so stoked committee. Well, guys, I I would love to continue talking. And hopefully, we'll do a lot more together. Once the record actually comes out, but Duff congrats on this and shooter congrat-. It sounds great. And of course, I know this is just the beginning record just literally came out the single once the full records out once we get closer to these dates. I'm sure we'll do a lot more together on it. But sounds great. And I'm happy we're getting some new stuff from you Duff. Amen. Any thanks for being a great champion for rock role at to remain to be in and thanks for playing single. And we'll talk to you got shooter. Nice to meet you. Hopefully, we'll do it in person. As you think you love you. To pal. See you guys. Goes Duff MacKay gin and shooter Jennings. Coming back with more on the trunk podcast. This is the Eddie truck podcast. Hey checkout off beat with Ricky Anderson and MIR Harrison podcast one joined the head of our.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And so finally had a music John Rao of my own. I thought save some time Gina's Dolly Parton was. That was many patches, whatever, revolver and soul. Not in the decade. And it was put out. Parents probably had hard day's night. And maybe we got a I think for me be like beach boys, endless summer may have been first one. But I also would by George Carlin, trans anytime hood. But it was a big deal. Buying records. A big ticket item to save up down there. Also yet to really make a choice like you weren't going to get this one that one. And now you're gonna get one, and it better work better be worth your six dollars or whatever. It was totally. At actually the whole process was that much more satisfying because you would listen to the whole Oun. There was a whole four play to it. Like riding your bike to the licorice. Pizza music plaster and thumbing through try, narrowing it down kind of which one was squeeze the trigger on. But we always. And then you get the record you play the record whatever it is. And you read all the stuff on the back of the record. Oh, yes. Leave out. Okay. You know, you know, who produced the record where it was recorded at who the engineer was, you know, if it's a rock band like every players every thing, and I think that's kind of that's gone. We just started getting vinyl at our at our house again. So I'm replenishing vinyl and might my girls couple years ago when we first started doing this. I saw them like we put on a record, and they would look sleeve, and and look at all this stuff like how come nobody knows where this record was recorded like you because you're listening stuff on Spotify. Right. Yeah. Half a song. Move onto another song. Looking at the helm. Covers. I always great. They'll hire players were always great amazing. Do. Right checks always had hot chicks on their covers or back when we didn't have the internet porn, or whatever you have to go to high players and check out a few of their own cover. When they. And then. Right. But they always had hot chicks on their kind of two live crew the seventies. Oh, right. Right. Hot black mamas dumping Honey on Nubia, queens, put that fire out and everything you remember the story, you're we're the same age Honey bean port. There's there's a siren in the song. Right. Yeah. And the story was that she got burned by the by that hot, Honey. And that was actual I heard attack by fire ants. Her that pump accounta- Honey from rod Stewart's belly because. In. Every player's Lor..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"We did. I saw something, you know, as a young men, I knew he was an amazing singer. And all of that. Talent, you know, born with talent then developed by by working on it. But this this tour we just did we're playing three three and a half hour shows and the the amount preparation that guy does hour and a half warm-ups. We, you know, I'm in bed asleep, and he's still warm down realize the show. So we. For booklet. Right. So he singing for an hour and a half, then three and a half hour show, and then another hour and a half warm down and the guy's just become a master of of. Master vocalist. He he's a math. I really better. Then back in the day. He's I think he's the best best day in there is period is house ever houses. How's he doing motion -ly as he stable is he on time call them right now. Like, what would he say? Like, I mean, I I do understand the interest in all of that here to talk about my record accents, great. He's one of the guys. I I know and he would. Make some joke about but you're talking about right now. Yeah. He's he's. Doing great. I I really am. I become like this super fan of his work ethic. Well, it's so at the beginning, you're just sort of. I don't know. I guess it's like we all know, those guys who are gifted athletes had a great physique, and they're just touched by God. And it kinda got by on that they didn't work that hard. But they still beat everyone on Sunday when when the game started or whenever day, whatever the metaphors, whatever the sports, and then later on those guys as they got older and the body started to give out just naturally they had to now work on technique in rehearsal and preparation all the stuff. They didn't really need to do is much when they were young and gifted touched by God and everything like that. But sometimes you get better because now the physical bodies, I don't want to say giving out, but you're not just you can't just rely on. What you you have to stretch out? You got to warm up. Gotta get hurt. If you don't do that. So now, you're more focused and you've actually up your game. Is that a fair assessment? That's very fair assessment. I know like even with me like. Misnomer. Probably about guns roses at the beginning. Was we were bunch of cups. And and and the songs we wrote just fell out of the sky, but nobody worked harder than that. Bam. We had today rehearsals? You know, always I it's all we did was play write songs, and we work hard from the gecko, and what happens like after I got sober in my forties and fifties now like when I work out, and and and kick box and and by my mouth bike. I have more mental discipline now than I ever have in. And I was probably an I plan to do it again. Like when I'm fifty at forty eight I was in the best shape commercials. I'm in the best shape of my life. But it was because I had the mental discipline. I knew how to train smart train really hard out train the kid in the gym who's just in their kinda hitting bags because he's got natural cardio. Yeah. But I will train harder than. Him. I will I will. He we're we're on a probably couple months younger than you. I is there something going on that didn't seem to be around when we're young. And we're talking about middle age fifty five year old dudes where five where there, I'm I'm turning fifty five and two months or month month and a half or so. But I feel more focused and more into everything. Then my dad's friends seem to be when I was a kid like everyone was kind of looking at ratcheted down get a sweater with suede patches on the sleeves smoke a pie put on a few pounds. Like, I feel like every all the guys I know that are in their fifties or getting more focused or there's something going on. I don't I don't know if it's a renaissance. I don't know if it was always that way. I don't know. I would all I think it's all the Rolling Stones. Wow. That's true. Yeah. They're out there still doing they..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"At is tenderness that is the title track cagan. Artists behind that song. And it's available everywhere. Starting may thirty first is that correct with shooter Jennings producing by the way could see enough good Seaney guys. So glad to and I'll give you guys some tour dates and stuff like that coming up. I'm I'm always happy to see that you're so Burr and into mountain biking and martial arts. And all that good stuff. Especially after watching it whole motley Crue thing on Netflixing. But did you watch that special? I watched the movie. Yep. Did it resonate with you? Or did you go? That's nothing. Guys back in the day. They were for real we guns went out and toured with them in eighty seven when nobody really knew who worry yet. So you guys were opening for that. Yeah. And was that pretty accurate depiction of how they rolled day were very professional about their usage of drugs and head coach, they'd guys walkie-talkies and code numbers for different drugs. And we were we couldn't afford the amounts of they were doing we had no money. We we're like there was no trickle down effect. They weren't came down. Scraps. We got scrapped. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And like they were professional did, you know, nothing wrong with motley Crue. Although I don't know I'd like guns and roses, a quite quite a bit more. And I like my crew sonically. So when you have a band open for you like, you know, a comedian. I don't know if I want the next Chris rock opening for me. And I don't know where roses were back then. But no when we finally got to a point where we headline and that was not until the allusions records on that whole appetite tour unless we did clubs. We we brought a bands that we liked so we had all and Ryan whatever, but we were playing smaller places, but on allusions. No, we brought Soundgarden faith, no more Motorhead body count. But but how about motley Crue having you guys open for that? We opened for everybody that they care that you guys may. Maybe rocked a little harder than they did. They were really on top that was girls girls girls. I think they they had whitesnake opening forum before then whitesnake blew up with the with the co haricot, right? Yeah. I love that song, by the way. Yeah. That video the whole thing. Right. Right. White steak. Suddenly was huge. They went out and did their own headlining tour, and they just needed somebody for like the last three weeks of this tour, whatever, however. Full. We did the south, and we had our seventeen people who got their early right are banned. And and then motley would come on leave how big gap, and I don't know if this varies probably varies from Banda ban. Like, how big a gap would they leave between you guns and roses leaving the stage crew entering this stage? These are. Time to hit the stage. Half an hour for so sometimes pyro to set up. We're the places like half full or for us. Yeah. Not even not even know jokes on them because they could've seen guns and roses and motley Crue, and they wouldn't have late years later. They wouldn't have thought it would have been in that order, but we did some tours we toured with with iron maiden across candidate down the west coast. When nobody knew who were and we were little to like, I guess punk rock iron maiden crowd. And over the stones at one point we ever for the cult that was our first tour, right? We had like the seven people like this that couple of.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This one is for us and by us there is a guy. Who likes to write some songs? Whose name is rich bags? Are in Seoul. And. We have a song. Listen. But then. We. With. Chris. You either. The lose fifteen if you don't mind me say, you slob, this is what you do for a living mean songs about other people. A big media. Give it for pricing. Well. Is. In fact, it back you're compensated for what you do. Your position is safe. Your Corolla digital. I meant to say further. Much. Anyone can get a for where the real honor being asked at work on being part of it team. That's right. Right. All right. Should we said should people? Check you out on Twitter at rich banks music. They sure can had him one question for you. I won't get this chance again task while I guess I could. But how about this? How about either I restore a Porsche nineteen seventy eight or should nine twenty eight or I buy a Maserati quad reports any for fun to drive around two thousand twelve I believer sixteen. I can't remember he really is saving money..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This'll be one of my. Yeah. Let's go on God. She's twenty one. I'll. I wanna talk to the parents of the PI brother, his guy all all the folks in this. What's up what's up on this? What's out very weirdly to Adam? So he was holding a copy of the catcher in the rye when he murdered her. She's Wichita on the roof of building as he fled any insists. It's only coincidental. Because Mark David Chapman also care catcher. In the Ryan, I can't become incident. Now, no. And what's up? I don't know my daughters turned thirteen and a couple of months. She was explaining me last night. There's a big one need a lot of stuff. Don't let her read catcher in the right? But I don't know she wanted to be coming in Basseterre and go on the world tour, probably go hang out discounts gardens longer. It's also weird. When people let their kids go out on tour. You know, I mean noble cause and everything little back to the Michael Jackson documentary. Right. How why why the parents why why was good idea? You was it. A was it like a private jet or six passengers on a private like Lear jet all of them died, including the two members of the crew from where to wear to do what I'll let you look up that. But anyway, so I don't know you guys have fun trying to figure out life. I'm done. I rest warning. Oh, talking about criminals scam. Emails that come with an attachment label tax account transcript or something similar and a subject line with a phrase like tax transcript looks like a tax return summary. Very tempting dope and do not open it. It's malware..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Not at the same tennis, busy, stay. He's a great son with talents and music and photography and is on YouTube channel as well. Shout. PD productions also he's recently organized a trip to the top of half dome, and you semi guy and also climbed angels landing Zion national park when he was only nine Tam. He bought a ninety two corvette that he earned himself Jesus through selling crack cocaine. And wants to start a YouTube channel about cars. So get off my turf get. Yeah. Thankfully, and most importantly believer in Christ. Which will lead me my next one that so anyway, thanks to Mr Richard, hood and HMS hood. Adams, real son. Yeah. My son steered me to fifty eight on Ron tomatoes. That's what my son's doing all day. All right. I had another thought over the weekend, which is. I don't know why I was looking up Rebecca Schaeffer. She's the poor gal who is sort of SAS innate on our stoop of our apartment in West Hollywood like nineteen eighty nine. She was in doing your family's away. I was I don't know what I was looking for something on the computer, and somehow she popped up. And I was like, oh, yeah. What happened there? And she did my sister Sam with Pam daub thumper. I think Morgan may need she had a sitcoms like a hit sitcom in the eighties and the due to fit eighteen months or something some ridiculous. That's that's another gal who's that's Dominy done that guy didn't get much anything this guy who was a Stocker got life without the possibility parole. But as I was reading the story that was interesting, and I think we could all I don't know chew on this a little bit terms of how fragile or bizarre. Dr life can be this guy was stocking. Somebody else. This guy was a Stocker with another client. This guy was stocking. Another young girl who has like a activist and Elissa she died in a plane crash. And so this guy when it was forced to find the new. Yes. Oh, wow. Samantha Smith was her name. She was a child peace activist, and he was talking her. And then now when you're Stocker, and there's no one to stock. You gotta move on any moved on to the next one and then some point later gunned her down on her porch. How so I don't know if this person had died in a plane crash would this guy never have stocked, Rebecca Schaeffer Shaefer, right? So. We're right. So there's a plane crash at some point you go. How's that going to affect mean? You know, I don't know. I didn't know anyone on the plane, and then somehow you're dead. That's crazy much like and brought it up in a while. But the I think was Hinckley or no that was All all. the other one, John and John Chapman. Yeah. Mark jackson. Chapman committed suicide essentially just took his car to the beach in Hawaii parked at five in the morning like overlooking. The sun's sunrise put the pipe the exhaust pipe and into the car, and he was just committing suicide. And he would have committed suicide, but some surf fisherman showed up and was like, hey that what get this guy out of the car and get him to the hospital and some guy who happened to be surfing at sorry fishing surfacing. I never know. If these guys are the best fisherman are the laziest Fishman or the Poor's vision, I have never seen anyone catch anything. I've seen the guy stand out mid thigh in the surfin cast out there. But I've never seen that guy. Catch anything about it. That's where I go with my ziphii board as their fish like. You get nothing hepatitis C. That's what you can get. There was one year about eight years ago where I had a fishing license. And at my boyfriend at the time, we would go do this all the time. You do not catch. Anything have any drinking active you'd make fun of ice fishing? All you want those guys head home.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Keep the metal parts from rubbing each other three times stronger than eating full synthetic. Oh, yeah. It's definitely there's cast right here. They did a five W thirty viscosity grade. And it is three times stronger. It is. Re times stronger viscosity breakdown Ed formula, always exceeds ahead last one. She all right. Well, here's some good news for fans of a certain movie, Chris Tucker took to social media over the weekend. A wishes longtime pal in rush hour co star Jackie Chan happy birthday. But it was what they did in the photo that has people talking Chan and Tucker both holding up four fingers in the photo teasing. Perhaps that fourth installment of rush hour is in the works. The to start as chief inspector Lee and detective James Carter and nine ninety eight's rush hour. Rush hour two and two thousand one three in two thousand seven and they're holding up for could one of these guys get old at some point or the. Not just be look exactly how they looked in the first rush hour. I mean Cecchi Chan that guy's to be getting close to seventy six sixty sixty five mile Razi, man. All right. One thing for tomorrow. I just got a news alert right now saying actor, Felicity Huffman, along with twelve other parents and a coach will plead guilty in the college admission bribery scandal and more on that tomorrow. Well, they should go to Swedish prison if they got a chance. Yeah. I'm gonna send my kid internationally in case. There's a problem. You know what I mean? Jurisdiction. Chase over there. Right community college. Go there get the Stockholm syndrome, and then five to do any real time will choose to do it on their turf possible that they go inside of silly. When this story first break, they said, it is probable that. They'll get like two years in a Martha Stewart type prison. So who knows probably not? Shane just just have them pay some taxes or fill some potholes if they went to prison would. But as as speculated can I just comment two dollars one just got into college. Oh, did she unlikely last year, but you get so, you know, your school? But both my girls one's in college. One went to college. You get in their senior year, you you have a college counselor. But you start the ended you start getting emails from these outside college counselor things services services, and I went to the you don't want to screw up. Anything you kids have gone to school this whole time. Right. And you don't want like, okay, SAT tutor. Let's do that. But you don't wanna do anything to screw it up. I went to the college counselor. I said we're getting these outside emails from professional college. You know, he goes. It was a guy. He said the curiosity paid for college counselor at school, right? Besides the ones outside there's some squirrelly stuff going on. That's all I needed to hear. You don't want to screw up your kids any chance like you. Stay out of the way, get him a tutor if they need for their test to come by half trick totally you know, renting one alone. So my wife, and I heard all this. Why would you do anything screw up their chances? Outside. I don't know. I don't even know. It's all weird. It's all weird mystery to me because everyone I know who's successful. Either didn't go to college or went to college some and then dropped out and kind of wish they just got to work, and I sort of in that mindset with my kids like just go in turn somewhere and get busy. All right. Deaf dropped out of tenth grade. Now, he's a multimillionaire, very at home. And that's the news. Was the news with Gina grad. There's a whole type of humor that was like inhale pot humor from the seventies. Maybe it's a cheat and Chong thing, but there's. Okay. Man van interior this inhale pot talk. It's gone way airplane on the way souffle humor. All right. Was what's your faces when the planes going crazy and crashing Elaine? Choosing o or something like that? Yeah. It was like pot talks known talk. But inhale talk to. All right. Simplisafe no one should feel unsafe period..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Low flush restrooms that reduce water consumption fridges that are more energy efficient LED lighting all additional food waste from the prison kitchen is converted to bio-gas twelve percent of the food offered as organic at least two meals a week vegetarian. They're just better than we are there better their superior their better. But can I make this analogy could they scale it? You know what I mean? Like like, you go your favorite pizza joint on the corner guy. Mix a hand toss pie. And he's gone Papa John or roundtable. We're better than you. And it's like a course Yar you have to location. Fourteen hundred out in the mid west check back and see how good you're doing. Once you get to fifteen hundred franchises. Now. There's a lot more to go wrong. They're cutting corners here qualities going to take a hit like I don't know what the population mex- Pat of Sweden is exactly. But let's see. Pull this off at our at our thirty million scales. Yeah. Sure. Then again, I mean, everything they're suggesting is incredibly cost efficient. Yeah. It just it costs like anyone who's looked into solar panels, though, they'll go all right one hundred fifty grand. And then you're what? And then they go. Yeah. But just going to pay for itself and seven years, and you go and then smart people do that. But most people don't have one hundred fifty grand laying around. And that's where the problem is. And then at some point explain to you there was a program by the county of Los Angeles. But that's gone spire. That's gone. I don't bring it up. Yeah. And chicken highschool wanted to blow you but anyway. Okay. Thank you, Sweden is under ten million right right about ten million. So they're not even LA county. Yeah. Yeah. So over third of their prisons are overcrowded are. Yeah. Well, what prison do you really have room to roam? Evercrack wanna play handball with partially attended prison. Johnny cash played here shooter played here last week. There's only one there. Jeff Ross did a stand up special and they're like three guys roast as call ring. Afar. Dr. Prisons are densely populated fucking prisons asked lives. We'd be fools to have prisons that we're fully, you know, you guys live in a cell. What about I got fourteen hundred square foot verandah, no high put into the penthouse usually word on this basis? You buy a cheap ticket on a cruise ship. You don't have any room you buying ticket on a cruise ship Majer if that were free and the government paid where you stamp on the net out there. They're all overcrowded like this cruise. Prison barge though, there's a prison on the ship. They have. Yeah. Things were on the ship. I had action movie called prison train and have anymore. Other than prison train on the rail jail. That's all I got. But I feel like we could cram air. Do you think on the next coral cruise Parker could arrange a private tour of the boat prison. That would be nice. The fact that we didn't see it. When Ray was on. I don't know how that happened. But yeah, there's a boat jail would resilience through doing a cruise because I'll blots of banister cruises. Now, they're Superfund probably not. Locked in a shooter justed one he outlaw country crews. He had a good time. I know I couldn't see us ever to bring that up the guys. They get up to the guy. Okay. Oh, you have a trailer for prison train. About this summer Titus..

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Home movies Ferrell and McKay said a joint statement, quote, the duo is committed to working together creatively on their extensive slate of shared projects they will continue to support each other both personally and that moving forward any future projects they may partner on we'll go through there yet to be announced new ventures conscious. Uncoupling sounds like no bad blood. But why? It feels I only speculating about mckay's movies. The last couple vice and big short have been going off in different direction. Socio with those. Yeah, you can see maybe I rain into this. When he was like, I'd like to be successful. Not me. Your partner, I'm doing a pot card. Yes. We're working on crank Yankers as we as we speak. Oh, by the way, I'm going to cluster fest and San Francisco that big comedy festival, and there's apparently there's a crank Yankers like interactive experience that I very apparently what it is in In the booth the booth. insulting people during I'm going to the mailbox way for check fun. So CNN reports that a prison in Sweden recently one in ward for being environmentally friendly. And it looks nothing like a prison you I'm I'm really trying to think about this. Would you guys rather grow up in north Hollywood the child of Chris and Jim Corolla or in a Swedish prison stated artist with a picture like good probably like an eye key looking walk in the meatballs, Lincoln, berries or something's good? Yeah. Aren't you to sell on this? Yeah. I think it's the answer is. Yes. Oh, yeah. Way over which we Matt. So it's a high security prison Stockholm at one this big award for eco friendly initiatives, and here's a bunch of them eleven hundred square meter green roof made a plants and turf of ventilation system. That recycles heat from the air waste disposal room with storage for eight different categories of waste. Yep. The building has wrapped in six thousand square meters. Of insulating glass, it regulates the temperature.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And I'm trying to think of where the critics would have it if starring dude, and the friend was just pasty and watch bride. There was a couple of things it would not get the score. Now, it got number one number two. There is a sad. There's something sad about which is her best friend is this young black pilot female got to precocious nine year old daughter, single, mom, blah, blah, blah. There's something slightly racist in all these movies. Which is if you come across the young white woman with the eight year old daughter at some point there's a picture of dad dress on the mantelpiece where it goes if he end died over to create he'd be no he'd want it. But would want us to soldier on? It's so sad. But with the single black mom being so ubiquitous avid on not disgust. We'd know where's dad or any? There's no pictures on the mantlepiece. It's like it's kind of racist. It's like she's black. Giro writing the script going up. But then we have to address this. Now. Talk about that. Which if you're writing a script, and you have a young white woman or young Asian woman got forbid Jewish guy killed himself, but young Jewish whatever with the young. These little picture on the mantelpiece regard. Wish dad was still alive sentence of backstory. Whatever whatever it is whatever it is on this. They're not necessary. Sad point. Now, Brian you tell me if this is right or wrong, and I saw Zan this weekend too. It was actually it was pretty good. I know. All right, fine. This half the show brought to you by lifelock into random Tommy, John dot com slash bet. Online dot AG.

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"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"duff mckagan" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And so what happened is Lynette? Had bought the tickets for her and sunny to go. But then decided she was tired. So I should take him. So I said fine. Superhero movie for the as man, I'm fine. I never go to any movies. And this is being foisted on me. But it's probably a good thing. It gets you out of house see these movies and by the way sitting at ninety percent plus on rotten tomatoes. How can we go wrong with this treat, so then I walked in to sonny's room? And I said what time we got the four twenty of she's AM, and he's like, that's captain marvel and I'm like, ooh. Ooh, she's AM. Right. Captain marvel right? Different. That's a different movie, and I'm like. Studio, Dan duty. I'm like what what about she's AM. He's like that out yet. I think it is out. He's like, well, I don't know if it's out or not, but we got captain marvel then it's like okay now, I'm going to go back to their and I'm gonna check and I hit rotten tomatoes seventy eight with the critics. Okay. That's that's fine per seventies. For a movie like this. Okay. All right. It's no ninety two, but it's a seventy eight that'll work. Let me just check the people fifty. Yeah. What's going on? Oh, she's got flow into Bing and her best friends black single lady with a precocious nine your dad. Dammit. I don't know if this makes it better or worse for you. But this is film was famously, you know, review bombed by all the dudes who don't like apparently female, superheroes. I don't know. I don't care. I don't please me. So you went not. Now, the people had this this one, right? It had a bunch of that stuff. Like it bothers me in in every movie where like somebody has a flashback. You know, it had all the parts you wanted for the woke nation in everything. And there's a couple of scenes, I think we can all agree this in movies where people jump into aircraft. They've never flown before. And at the very the first scene the have to run to the aircraft and they have to jump in. And when they run the aircraft and jump in the person next door like Jeff Goldblum or whatever's yelling, go go go, they're going. I don't even know how to work missing. But also, they're very adept. It's a certain point when they're coming back and that the fly through monument valley, they're like I'm gonna go hit Dave Ron reverse reach hit to toggle bolts. Does does the Cobra move the guys like five second? How did you become certified on this thing? You just flew one. This will take years in a simulated sort of an expert level expert level like we're going to convert it here it's gonna fly right Presley. How you don't know how to fly? This thing person. I saw this movie to the captain marvel. Well, let me ask you this slightly above average slightly. Yeah. Better than it is worse. But it's not great movie. Lemme no, it's not great..

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