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Growing Up In Style: "The Cool Crowd" by Dana Spiotta
"Hello i'm a winter and this is vote stories and the rage a collection of our editor's favorite feature articles. The very best. The book has to offer. If you like what you hear. I invite you to visit. Subscribe dot vo dot com. Hi this is taylor. Interim deputy editor of vogue. I'm here to introduce a series of original essays titled growing up in writers on discovering fashion in america in this essay the novelist daynuss bianca. Who's new novel. Wayward will be published. This summer describes how she discovered a new way of dressing and being as a girl growing up in california. Here's dana reading her essay. The cool crowd if you enjoy it. There's a photo of me at my eighth grade graduation from arinda intermediate school in one thousand nine hundred eighty ama- doughy awkward fourteen year old in a cream colored gunnysacks stress and strappy mid height quirk wedge sandals. I remember insisting the dress had to be gunnysacks and it had to be white because it was what all the girls going to wear. Gunnysacks was a popular seventy san francisco brand known for a very specific style. Flouncy ghazi sort of prairie victorian. Needless to say the fussy dress was particularly unflattering to my plush middle. I hated address in fact. But i wore it because i wanted more than anything to fit in to be accepted that summer i was determined to make a fresh start of high school. Here's my opportunity to crack. The rigidly enforced code of clicks. I cut my long hair. I love my long hair. It was smooth and straight and hung to my lower back. All year had been teased about it after seventh grade. My father changed jobs and we had to move to california from rome where i had attended an all girl catholic school. We had uniforms white oxford shirts. Blue sweaters and watch plaid skirts shorter than just above your knee there. Little room for competition on the close front. We all looked out and without boys around. We were free to be outspoken. Smart kind even. I remember a lot of arm. Hand holding and hugging arinda was a small conservative wealthy suburb of san francisco. It would become infamous a few years after. I left as the place where one girl stabbed and killed another girl because she was jealous that she hadn't made the cheerleading squad. School in arinda was frankly a vicious place of privilege and competition. Even the teachers favored the popular girls and stained the weird kids. The stakes are high. I was not popular. But i was not hated. Either i was lumped in with the nerdy. Kids i had a of friends. But at any minute i could be reached and sent plummeting to an openly hated group. It was brutal. I had to make sure i fit in. Many girls had the door. Hammill cut a sassy wedge that look cute with earrings if girls had haired almost certainly was layered faira faucets with curled winging bangs. I got the cut. But i never really mastered the art of using a curling iron krill and then combeback in a feather so it could never get it to look right it just hung and sad commas on either side of my center part. I also made my mother by me. Pesto is odd ralph. Lauren polo shirts which were warned with pulled up collars. I wanted turtlenecks under fair isle. Sweaters like elizabeth mcgovern's an ordinary people. I plan to pull my tiny gold. Lock it on a chain up an out so hang just so out of the top of the turtleneck. I remember the that. I chose for the first day of an insipid lavender. Cotton cardigan with snaps instead of buttons and matching lavender high waisted with yes. Lavender ballet flats. It was very matchy matchy and did not pull it off as freshman year progressed. I kept my head down and the popular girls occasionally smiled at me. I knew my place and did not try out for cheerleading. For which there were three teams. All the cheerleaders were expensive cute here outfits on game days which seemed to be every day. I noticed one group of kids who did not address at all like the popular kids. They hung out in one area of the parking lot at lunch and played music on a tape deck. I was born to stay away. They took drugs and winter nightclubs in berkeley. They were popular and they were a little scary to me. Even though i owned many of the records they listened to talking. Heads elvis. Costello blondie the clash. I had a huge record collection. From eddie cochran to the beatles to bowie to television the popular girls listen to rush or bruce springsteen i had those records to i watch them from a safe distance. Some of the boys had short hair and stovepipe pants. They wore chuck taylor. Hi tops or thick soled creeper shoes. A few of the girls were fingerless gloves tight. Black jeans and layer tops with tons of s- mary. I make up red lipstick. The popular girls were sharp. Line of blue or black on the inside of their lower lashes. Blue shadow on top lip gloss others. Had vintage rayon dress is that they wore over jeans and then cinched with a contra belt but one girl among them fascinated me. I remember her in a shared gold mini dress with white lipstick and eyeliner. Her hair was short. But backcombed into a mini beehive once. She caught me staring at her. And i looked away. I remember also kind of stewardess alien dress with gogo boots. Where did she get those clothes. I knew there must be vintage clothing stores in san francisco but in that pre internet age. I didn't know where to begin. How did she get to be so free so different. I wanted to talk to her. But i did. Not then in december. I was in our den doing homework while my dad watch monday night football. They announced that john lennon had been assassinated in front of his apartment of all. The records had the beatles were the most precious to me. I was devastated. I went to school the next day that world of pop collars cheerleader skirts and rush. And then i saw her. She wore a cream shantung dress suit. With white tights. And white kitten heels and a wide black mourning armband over her jacket sleeve her expression with sober in serious. I was struck which he wore. Communicated something to the world to me. She felt what i felt. I belonged with her with the weird kids. Not what the gunnysacks dresses in the feathered hair. It took until the next year for me to change over the summer. We move to la. It was my big chance to go new wave. I discovered melrose avenue. A street of thrift. Stores record shops edgy boutiques i bought. Some vintage dresses. Got some jeans at fred segal and had the ankles tapered in close. I liked clothes. I looked good in. Of course when i arrived for my first day at this urban already high school. Everyone was just like that.
Rodney Dangerfield still gets no respect & Carnac the Magnificent is all knowing, 1979
"Hey there and welcome to the Johnny Carson Show podcast. Today's show is from August. I nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine. I'm your host will Schreiner and we listened back. Act Too many of these great podcasts and try to put them into perspective for you. Jimmy Carter was president. All things in the country. Were good in nineteen seventy nine so we kick off our show is that always says you. ooh Johnny that was a reminder to all of us to get out of the bathroom and come in and listen to the monologue well tonight doc. Severinsen the band leader is often Tommy. Newsom mm-hmm is filling in Tommy was always the subject of a Of of a shot or two got a great shot on him about his close. Because Tommy was kind of you know a a dry wit and a good foil. Johnny Johnny got a lot of mileage out of that This show has A classic slow news day as Johnny's to say that was always a the premise for not being to top. But he had some things to talk about to do. He was welcoming the tourists and there was giving him some suggestions on what to do in town about like the southern in California theater scene and of course Janis visit the snail land. Next up he talks a little bit about Faira Faucets. divorce He has a joke. That needs needs a little explaining which China so good at explaining a joke but he saves it with great Killer joke end the bit on Farah Fawcett you'll enjoy that following the monologue Karnak them magnificent Visitor from the east as Ed but sets up so well. If you don't understand the remember the premises Karnak would give give the answer. And then Ed would read the question Johnny had always had fun doing this. Especially when the setup didn't go well or any time there was something that was just a little off off kilter ed got a great Great kick out of it and they really They really have fun together doing it. There was one off color joke. That gets a big laugh from Ed. And and there's one that bombs and Annette even says You'll hear it but as questions if johnny got it right or not. The audience is hot and cold throughout the monologue. But Ed milks when he gets to the. I have in my hand the last envelope. Well that was always a good setup for ed it was always a good reminder for the audience that this better be a good one and this one is and I guess on a show is the great comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Who We've lost a few years ago? I actually even went a to his funeral and it was one of the more funerals I've ever Attended and everybody got up and told Rodney stories and Roddy was a great guy to hang around with. He used to come in the IMPROV. All the time I sit around and the big roundtable improvisation on melrose and a whole court as we say because who as a comedian did not love Rodney Dangerfield I love this monologue and then of course roddy always comes over and sits with Johnny and then of course the model continues is but it's a panel so johnny would set up You Know Rodney on a couple of topics and if you listened closely you'll hear where he talks about How's your health and Rodney's he's not quite there yet so he takes? He takes a break. Because I'm not there yet so Johnny Oh oh okay. We'll get to that but it it for insiders that know the how the panel went. Johnny would have you know three or four topics to to ask Rodney and I guess health came who soon in the equation and of course my favorite and you got to hang in there until the end. My favorite bit is when Rodney has finished all his material there. He's got nothing and Johnny's not given anything so he just turns to the guest to his right and says So how's it going with you because it just floors Johnny that Rodney's out of material and he's already turned to the other guests. I enjoyed that. I hope you do too anyway. Here it is. Here's a another great episode of the Johnny Carson. Show podcast we've got Karnak and we've got Rodney so give give a listen. I know you're going to enjoy it. I'll see any other side and now ladies and gentleman Johnny Yeah thank you. I'll be I I enjoy. I'll be honest. I enjoyed the applause with amazing. How many people think the show is over Outta? Shoot for Billie Joe Bob. Anyway I will. Hey we got strings tonight right lots of strings. One two three four five six seven seven seven strings. Goes our budget for the month. Are you Tom Tom. Dhaka's off. Mr Excitement Mr Charisma Thunderbolt Tommy. NEWSOM only man. I know who wears medic-alert Bracelet says. I'm not dead. Trust me the you're on vacation tomorrow. You can meet and greet Tommy newsom personally. He's autographing leisure suits tomorrow at CR clothiers. Yeah we're GONNA talk. We have what we call occasionally and the entertainment busy slow news day you have to kind of make do with what the region as you can tell us a slow news day today and the La Times. The headline was runaway shopping cart. Career Ends Ladies Watermelon. Now you know it's going to be a slow news day today by the way is another historical day birthday of a famous person. You know. Francis Scott Key Francis Scott tweet see we give history also during the monologue. This is just not jokes. We give history. He was born this day. Seventeen ninety nine and everybody remembers remembers Francis. Scott key as the first man who couldn't remember the words to the Star spangled finished it and tried to sing it and never ever gonNA in many of you're on vacation right and you go to go go to Disneyland and go to the mission picture studios you make a tour of the television studios. been giving some tips to people out here because of the the gas crunch things you can do that. Don't cost too much money for example but we have some pretty good theater out here in southern California. It's not the caliber of of the Broadway theatre. I'll be honest with you. In fact there's a theater called Stratford drag on Pico. And they're having a limited engagement. There's I say you don't get the same kind of cast a run of Henry. The eighth starring Rob Reiner and Penny Marshall. Now you don't have to waste gas to see a lot of interesting things. Why go to Marineland? When right here in Burbank you can see l.? tipplers snail land. It's a very L. templer snail. And what they do every night at eleven o'clock Shamu the killer snail crawls out of a hedge and leaves a slick across Al's patio Al Templer Schnell land. Let's go to the the newseum Rosalynn Carter likes being the first lady President says she. Did you see the news the other night. She is becoming a very strong force in politics in this country entry. There was a poll that showed that Something like sixty eight percent of the people in the country did not have confidence in Jimmy Carter but we have a very strong first lady and apparently she advises the president or anything she when I told him to throw out the garbage and he got rid of his cabinet. All the press coverage of the the president's trip down to Bardstown Kentucky in Bardstown Kentucky seven thousand people turned out but if I were the president I wouldn't get too excited. There's not an awful lot to barged on Kentucky last week. Six thousand people turned out to see the butcher hangup rump roast in the window now a lot of people thought it was going to go small town in Kentucky. It was a waste of time. But actually I think going to barged on Kentucky was a pretty shrewd rude political. Move on the president's part because you all know the slogan as Bardstown goes so goes Harleysville famous slogan as soon as the president staff for they were going to the bluegrass state they stocked up on Zigzag Z.. Beeper the now that when the ban likes Jerry Brown took his first step in trying to run for president. They opened a the jury Brown headquarters Brown for president. Committee surprise. Brown made it official. He threw a sleeping bag in the ring. And the exact run. It might be good idea to have a youngster in the White House. For Change you know be gets angry. You can always holiest wrath and turn blue until Congress. It does what he wants or not. We'll be funny if the election turnout's be between Jerry Brown and Ronald Reagan. The young in the restless avenue. Sad News Farah Fawcett Majors. Probably heard this on the nose fair airforce majors and her husband Lee Majors. I apparently have agreed to split. Understand is suing a waring blender for illumination of affection. He was he was the six million dollar man. Biotic biotic attic man. See if you remember they really are funny folks no. They announced their separation during during their second honeymoon in Hawaii. Actually what happened. Was I understand the bionic man. shorted out and wine during foreplay. She had to find an all night radio shack. We've got a good show tonight later on. Paul Paul Newman will be out here. I'm sorry I'm just GonNa do a joke. He's not here. I was GONNA say the phone would be out during his racing car. And try to break the lap record around Orson Welles but you do anyway tonight. We have Rodney Dangerfield. What a great crowd we have tonight for our next guest famous visitor visit from the east all knowing all seeing hang all of the famous sears? Said's Soothsayer and former relief pitcher for the La Dodgers neck the magnificent welcome. Welcome a thousand welcomes upon your house and household so good to see you again sir. Tim is most enthusiastic suzy. Ask about your appearance here tonight. Never told me exactly what that makes him solemn him that it my three children I might mention their names solid youngest speaking of yes. We wouldn't expect speaking. It can happen speaking of children child. Four trying to have a child before trial the three could play. He's the envelope in bams. Could see this them knows that these are hermetically sealed. They've been kept in as jar on funk in wagons porch art since noon today. No knows the contents of these but you and your divine and borderline mystical way will ascertain the answers inside the question how he never heard the answer before. I love it when intense resigned below number so one would be proper hermetically sealed. I will give the answer having not seen the question. The answer this question. Seven double o seven the seven. What is energy secretary? Schlesinger's IQ DRACULA AND THE OPEC Nations Dracula and the nation's ages named do things. I WanNa suck you dry. In the wake of Karnik will entries on Gary Coleman Gary Cole- What is Wilt Chamberlain look like from the Moon Karnak Crime Karnak act the clean up pregnant camel. Rapper water over your marital bid Nicaragua Karaguanov. Why'd you what? Should you be careful not to do when you shave around your ugly. Five Hundred Laps described the Osmond family sitting down men aroused heard of yaks lasting commitment to your sister. No fooling what do you say one housebreaking a circus clown it really hit into Bedouin. bedpan Dan Roller Skates and Brown pyjama tops. What is Linda Ronstadt where to bid the escape from Alcatraz and rookie named movies and Fred Silverman's future at NBC? This school fever disco fever. What can you get if you use the same toilet? Seat is peaches and herb. Butch Cassidy was the daughter that hop along never talks about hot flash what flesh. What do you get when you expose yourself in front of a fireplace to hold in my hand? The crowd that would watch Bambi through a sniper scope the fire one fire to fire three describe president. Carter's last cabinet meeting the. Here's a very funny man but it doesn't help he's still he's still gets no respect. Would you wanna I want to tell. I'm all right now but last week in rough shape you know I mean the last week my wife. She signed me up for a bridge club. Jump off next Tuesday. It was rough you kid last week I looked at my family tree two dogs. We used it tell. You can't relax your no. We'll place I felt like having a few drinks. The bartender says surprise me showed a naked picture. My Wife my wife is always something. Her father died shutters body frozen. Every time I take a snacky force how to refrigerate in my wife could do nothing right well last week. Correct the crash into a tree. She said it wasn't her fault. You Poodle Sean. What a driver? She is over. The dashboard is a pair of shoes. Hanging belongs guy she hit. They couldn't one out. Some guys stole a car. I said to look like she told me she got the license plate number. I'll tell you what me nothing comes easy. Well last week it went to the track and field and gun to kill my horse. The last week I got stuck to a new book one hundred ways to make love how you ended up in. Traction action was a misprint. I never had any luck with girls. Anyway I know I'm ugly ugly and went to a freak show for nothing my wife. She don't go either in when she gave birth. I asked if I should be in a room. What does she said what phone I got pregnant? You WanNa Room with me. Since I'M A kid. Women always gave me a hard time. Signed my mother never breastfed me. She told me she liked me as a friend. My mother had morning sickness. After I was born. Tell you when I was I was a kid. I got no respect at all kid. No respect from anybody anybody. At the time I was lost in a beach cop and we look for my parents. I sent a copy. Dick will find me subtle kid to so many places that could hide man. He didn't help either. The tunnel was kidnapped. This like a piece of my finger. He said he wanted more proof. Could've went through plenty of my uncles. Dying wish he wanted me on his lap. He was in the electric chill today. No respect last week I was GONNA jump up my window. They call the priest talk to me. He said on your mark the I always have a good time Respect in your livelihood is over. You know it's really nice. Great crowd here. Serena hasn't been John Nice seeing always good time in Hawaii good. What's new in my life? I Dunno nothing new so just trying to keep busy working around trying to visit. Pardon Pommy Zero Hilton now. I Not Be Back in New York tomorrow night. The lobby there Thursday Friday and Saturday. The club working in Dangerfield's then I'll be a new England way next Tuesday. I'll I'll be in cohasset right outside of Boston told me and I'll be there could have been worse uh-huh I'll be up there August seven through eleven that he's south shore music search. WE'RE NOT GONNA be up that way too aren't you. I'M GONNA play Framingham anyhow. Chatto Deville you like. If they're nice people up there Jimmy. In fact I'm a friend of mine getting touched up a good guy. We've got no. He runs it all night trek game. He's the hello. You gotTA break of it. You can't bring on the big time I'm going. It'd be the place where we've been for my life Minnesota in Bloomington Minnesota one thousand lakes. That's right it'd be a lot of lakes over a thousand two thousand lakes. I'll be there. I'll be at the cotton celebrity liberty in Bloomington Minnesota Lincoln Minnesota certain places so far out in the woods my acting to be reviewed in field and stream manage the bears remember. Joe uh-huh I keep Bischel business rough shoe. That's why that's a hobby would mimic my money. My regular job. I sing a national anthem. It cockfights you know. It's a rough last week. My Fan club broke up. The guy died. Aw meet all kinds of people better guy in Vegas lists because working in wild guy from Texas as a big ranch down. He told me his ranch. Does your sixty hands working asked him why the Gay Ranchero Shit. You're all right. YEA nothing but sometimes people to class like a lot women sometimes they act so classy to go to the bathroom Shabazz's I'm going to bet. She's GonNa pout him. I know if that's what her nose a lot of trouble beat your strategy but last we have problems dream girl three months ago. He's going nuts. He didn't know what to do what what happened. The rabbit didn't die. It just stays in critical condition problem. I was talking to my brother today and actually I send my buddies my half brother. We have the same parents. He's just that way as wild having a brother who's gay I'll tell you it was kid and I tell them on the family tree section. You could kill. Everybody has problems. John Kid my meat you my marriage on rocks again. My wife broke up with her boyfriend. Madge always been shaky always day. I got married. That was a beauty. Everybody everybody was crying during the ceremony. Mother cried hotel. My wife cried. She got undressed. I cried I mean. Health is important. So we'll get. Take time out of my chemo. My kid forget it we it could get worse. I don't talk to my kid. He's a mean kidney he put crazy cool my preparation H my daughter. She's no bargain either. I in public school. She was voted most likely to conceive. It could still gotTA watch out for drugs bad drugs so many kids are using cocaine. Cocaine is very big. You know I mean kids today. They don't want to read about Snow White. They want to shove it up. Their nose always something new generation. Where my dog too? She gives me trouble. I got a female dog. Emma she wants fifty biscuits the female species rather it. Johnny terrible terrible. What happened today by PUSHUPS in the nude mouse trap? The quick pressure Johnny's birth. My hope is your L. Dollars Bug. Yeah that's the one I'm not kidding. Mom Getting Oh oh I know. I'm getting old when my legs both kick blue prairie fire holidays No my age. I want to girls at once and if I fall asleep. They've got each other to talk. Aw I assume you're back in a minute the what was I right. I mean that bit with Rodney at the end made me laugh laugh. Hope it made you laugh. I hope you're enjoying all these podcasts. I hope you get to download them if you don't Listen to them live and we hope you give a favourable review on one of the places where you get your podcast cast anyway. I hope you enjoyed all this. I'm we'll Schreiner. I was a comedian. I was there with Jani many times and the memories that come back listening to these. PODCASTS are fantastic. I know you're gonNA enjoy them week after week as I do and I hope to see you next week another Johnny Carson. Show podcast see you later.
"Welcome to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Hughes but I your true crime headlines. A California was sentenced last week for the two thousand eighteen stabbing death of his supervisor manager at the Domino's pizza where they both worked thirty. Two year olds. Rafael Sanchez will serve twenty six years to to life in prison for the attack. which claimed the life of assistant manager Daniel Anthony Sanchez the victim? Who is not related to his attacker? Hacker was a twenty one year old college student who hoped to become an English teacher someday according to a news release from the La County District Attorney. Rafael Sanchez snuck up behind his supervisor and stabbed him in the neck and back after having been told to do his work. His victim was rushed to to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead speaking to reporters after the sentencing. The victim's family announced that they had filed suit against Domino's Domino's pizza and the owner of the franchise. They alleged that Rafael Sanchez was a problem employee at a different store and should have been fired instead of transfer to the La Puente location where the murder took place the suit also alleges that the general manager of the franchise knew that Sanchez had threatened and harassed other employees royalties but took no action in Philadelphia. A seventeen year old boy is in custody charged with two murders I including the stabbing death of his foster mother and the beating and stabbing of a twenty year old man who lived with him in a previous foster home. Police believed that robbery was the motive in both killings in charging documents police accuse seventeen year old Xavier Johnson Johnson of stabbing his foster mother sixty four year old renege yard to death in her home. Geared was the mother of two grown sons. He's one of them a Philadelphia police officer and had been a foster parent for twenty years. Johnson had only been her care for a short time and called called police the night before her murder. After Johnson missed curfew and broke into her locked house she told the responding officer that Johnson could stay with her that night but that that she could contact the foster agency next day to have him placed in a different home. Police believe that Johnson murdered the woman sometime early. The next morning after relatives were unable to reach her. Police paid another visit to gi yards home where they found her stabbed to death in her bathtub. Bloody footprints lead to a bedroom where her purse had been emptied onto a bed as police search for geared stolen car exhaust. You're Johnson. Hang out with friends. He's tried to buy weed and went on a shopping spree with keywords debit card. When police found him he attempted to flee before crashing? The stolen car yards. Debit card was found in his pocket at the time of his arrest. Johnson is also accused of the beating and stabbing death of twenty year old. Jimmy Jimmy Mao whose body was found in a Duffel bag at the bottom of a ravine and West Philadelphia. Police believe that Mao was killed sometime before yard a yard though. They were not sure when they're also investigating Johnson's potential involvement in the disappearance of sixteen year old Jacob Merit Rich Berg an acquaintance of mouths who has been missing for a week. A South Carolina woman pleaded guilty to charges that caused her husband's death by poisoning. His water with eyedrops fifty two year. Old Lana Clayton pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Ladder and tampering with human food. In the death of her husband Stephen Clayton who died in their home in two thousand eighteen at the time of his death. Lana told investigators that. Her husband had been suffering from Vertigo for the past few days and that she found him face down in the foyer when she came inside for mowing the lawn post mortem examinations determined high levels of Tetra. Hydro xylene and Stephen Clayton System. which led investigators to determine that he had been poisoned after her arrest? Lana Clayton confessed to police that she had been poisoning. Her husband's water with eyedrops. She was sentenced to to twenty five years in prison. Those were your true crime headlines next a murder case ace that transformed public understanding domestic abuse. But first a quick break. Welcome back to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Dancing Hughes unless otherwise noted quotes in this episode derived from reporter faith. McNulty's book the burning bed. Which tells the story Ori Francine's life one infused with pain controversy add rebellion some called her insane others a hero? Suddenly the seemed very simple. Francine recalled I wondered why I hadn't thought of it that way before before I had made a discovery by losing everything I had been set free. There were no chain around my ankles all the things that it seemed seemed important before the House Payments Car Payments Welfare checks leaving my mother and sisters leaving the only place I knew none of those. Those things mattered minutes. After this revelation her family home went up in flames. Francine grew grew up in Jackson Michigan in the nineteen fifties. The town known as the birthplace of the Republican Party and the Coney Island hot dog sits thirty five miles miles from lansing and fosters dense. Urban feel most of the residents owned their homes. Most of the homes hold families born Francey Moran one of four children. Her mother named her after a famous French musician. Her father worked as a farmer. Struggled with alcoholism and routinely abused his wife. FRANCINE'S MOM by age fifteen francine was popular popular among her peers. She had a vivacious personality a flair for comedy a dimpled smile and insecurity that she often mashed with humor on Friday and Saturday nights she and friends would dress up and go out driving or gather somewhere to listen to records on one of those nights she met eighteen year old Mickey Hughes a tall thin man whose apparent confidence and worldliness set him apart from other boys. He's he fell hard for Francine pressuring her to date and have sex with him. She resisted time and again Dan but he kept to showering her with romantic words suggesting he couldn't live without her. No one had ever loved me like that. She said it was is a very powerful thing. A powerful thing. She recalled feeling guilty about as though she must have done something to make him love her soon. She grew tired of fighting his sexual advances one day while sitting in the back seat of his car parked in a cornfield she gave in so it wasn't good. She said it hurts and I felt dry inside. I didn't know what to expect. Not even the basics. I remember feeling of have been used of giving something I really didn't want to give. I did it to please him. Immediately after Francine gene feared she was pregnant she also believed that to remain a good person especially a good woman she would have to marry him after dropping out of high. The school to do so francine found herself in a virtual replay of what she witnessed throughout her childhood. Mickey's abuse started shortly after the couple. WED when he ripped her clothes off for dressing too provocatively. He feared she might attract other men in an interview with people magazine using in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. She said she was shocked because she had never been treated in such a way adding. But what do you do when you're sixteen years old and you had to beg your parents to let you get married at first Mickey seemed remorseful and apologized swearing. He would never do it again she she believed him but it did happen again. When he caught francine looking at a man's hands he flew into a violent rage at the time they were living above his parents who heard the commotion and confronted? Their son. Mickey threatened his dad and his mother phoned the police around Francine's family. Her husband behaved more like a gentleman. The abuse escalated while the family grew you. The couple had four children. Christie James Dana and Nicole mouth difficulty feed given that Mickey spent most of their money on an alcohol at the time. Divorce was taboo and very few people spoke about abuse. In most legal systems worldwide D- domestic violence wouldn't be addressed until the Nineteen Ninety S. There wasn't really even a term for it yet. On top of that such violence was all Francine we knew growing up. It might have been easy to chalk it up to wretched but normal within a marriage even so francine wanted Out a fresh start for herself and her children so with the guidance and support of a local social worker. She filed for divorce so once it was granted Mickey ignored the fact continuing to show up whenever he wished and beating Francine over the course of several weeks then a serious car accident nearly took his life leaving him with multiple fractures and a head injury when he woke up from coma. He immediately immediately asked for Francine Feeling Awash with guilt. She visited her ex-husband then took him into her home to care for him as he recovered. I really felt trapped after his accident. She later told press. I don't know why I felt so obligated to that man but I did then the real how began. Once he had recuperated Mickey stayed in the home and refuse to seek employment. He started drinking more heavily and beat Francine every few days sometimes for a few minutes sometimes for hours before leaving for bar peaceful days weren't the only sparse but overshadowed with fear that he would strike her at any moment moments that inevitably came if she fought back he grew angrier and more violence in her darkest hours francine considered suicide but if she killed herself she worried who would care for the kids. She conjured up multiple plans of escape most ending with visions of her and the children having nowhere to go and terror that that if they fled he would find them and the violence would intensify six years after the divorce. In early March of one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Francine it was more than halfway through secretarial school which she had pursued with support from her mother she prayed that stamina and luck would help her make it through the rest with each day. It seemed more difficult to drive to school and stay up late finishing homework while Mickey chastised and tormented her she later described feelings of everything building up. Though she was falling behind academically she worked hard on a paper on the topic. What I know? Oh about myself now. Delving deep into her inner longings at the papers and she wrote it is hard for me to make changes in my life it is easier to leave. Things are and not disturb anything. I know I should disturb things more. I know that I am capable of much more than I have been doing. And I was waiting for something good or someone to happen to me now. I know that nothing ever happens from luck and that you have to make things happen. The morning of March ninth. Francine woke up early sipped coffee and read her term paper over with a sense that she had left a great deal and said then she left for school noticing a sense of spring in the air between that and a sense of accomplishment compliment for getting her homework done. She felt unusually happy but after school. She gave a classmate a ride which pushed her arrival time. Unharmed ten minutes late Mickey was livid as he criticized her. She grabbed the welfare check. She'd been expecting from the mailbox. They were out of groceries yet again so she told him she needed to run to the store. She was furious about that too. He yelled at her for wanting to leave without making enlist first one. He insisted on seeing an approving. Most food seem to make him vomit but he consistently blamed francine's cooking by the time she finally made the store run. She was exhausted so she decided to serve frozen dinners when she pulled them out in the kitchen. Mickey threw a Tantrum cursing at her and calling her lazy bitch. She didn't think he would eat anyway. She recalled telling him to which he replied. That's that's the trouble with you. You're always thinking sensing a physical attack. Francine's searched her mind for a strategy anything to lessen the literal blows. He demanded she dropped out of school. tore her books instructing her to burn them when she resisted he grabbed and shook her his eyes frenzied. Do you want to break your neck right now. He asked she sobbed the taste of blood lead filling her mouth as she succumbed to his demands. Burning her books in a trash can when she said she would go to school anyway. He threatened to use a sledgehammer to destroy her car. Francine tried to run outside but he blocked the door. She called her daughter Christie to fund the police when officers arrived home. They said they couldn't arrest Mickey because they had witnessed the attack laws of the time. Required that later deputies would testify that the man told his wife quote it was all over because she called to report him they also testified fight that he verbally abused francine threatening her life. And those of officers after they left Mickey beat her again when she made dinner for the kids. He threw the food on the floor then rubbed her face in the sticky mess. He demanded she making dinner and bring it to him in the bedroom she did her. Best with limited ingredients her shaky hands foreign patties out of canned salmon potatoes after he he had finished. He called her back into the bedroom where she found him lying on the bed. His pants unzipped. I hated it worse than I ever had. Before she said of the rape the idea of him inside me owning my insides shoving deep into me made my flesh crawl. I looked down at him and I had an impulse to put the pillow over his face and smother him. But I knew I wasn't strong enough. I clenched my teeth to keep from MM screaming. When he was done she moved to the living room and sat down feeling like a quote helpless frozen frozen fury of Qena blocked before directs? She heard the kids moving about stairs and remember that they hadn't eaten all day. She could almost feel their stomachs hurting but the kids swore they weren't hungry appetites. We're likely numb like hers so they watch. TV together and activity. She hoped might calm them down. Distract them as she sat there. Her Daughter Nicky's head on her lap up. She thought of school and how hard she had worked seemingly now for nothing. She considered how horrible her life had been since meeting. Mickey and the hopelessness of her future house she had suffered. She began mentally coaching herself. You don't know him anything Fran you never did. Don't let him ruin the kid's lives the way he has ruined yours. Take them away. You've got to take them away. A plan flashed in her mind. She would sneak out with children and drive them far far away but there was a problem one of her kids. Dana wasn't home home yet. She couldn't let him return to their father at the very least that would mean she would return and she had already caved too many times. This time had to be different. She stood up and started pacing considering how much she hated her life with Mickey and how she had to get out erase it and never looked back. That's when it struck her later she recalled thinking. I wasn't going to come back because there wasn't going to be anything to come back to because I was going to burn the house down as for Mickey she would burn him to suddenly her dark emotions gave way to excitement. She forgot everything else. Dana the consequences the reality of taking in life. She plays the kids in the car which was parked just outside carried a jug of gasoline. To the bedroom I stood still for for a moment hesitating and a voice urged on. She said it whispered do it. Do it do it over and over and I just kept on on with that. She poured gasoline around. Mickey's bed and lit a match. As the fire blazed raised flamed swallowing the home she drove to the county jail and turned herself in declaring. I did it. When firefighters reached the home they found Mickey's body amid the charred rubble? He died from smoke inhalation. Francine was promptly charged with first degree murder and felony murder which brought a maximum sentence of life in prison later. The felony murder charge. I was dropped that November eight months after she lit a match. Our life the MO- sensational trial. In the county's history began thirty years old at the time. Francine seemed soft-spoken nervous her court. Appointed Attorney Aria and Oregon is a former prosecutor. took the case after others refused. He believed francine acted in self defense. Uh Psychiatrists who spoke on her behalf. Testified that something snapped in her that night making her temporarily insane and prompting her to kill her ex-husband husband to Francine's kids took the stand testifying that they witnessed their parents arguing throughout the day. Their father hitting their mother multiple a couple times and threatening her with a knife. They described Mickey's violence as commonplace. The case drew national attention. Attention feminist groups banded together to form the Francine Hughes Defense Committee with hopes of a landmark decision for a new legal interpretation of self defense sense especially as it applied to women. Protesters fill the cement staircase outside the courthouse holding signs touting messages like free francine shoes battered women need support and stop violence against women. After seven days of testimony. The trial ended a jury of ten women and two men took only five hours to come to a unanimous conclusion. They found Francine Moran and Hughes not guilty by reason of temporary insanity meanwhile relatives of Mickey Hughes maintained that Francine and got away with murder leaving the courtroom for City Hall. She and her attorney held a press conference when a reporter asked Francine and seeing if she had ever considered herself a liberated woman she replied. I don't think I've ever been liberated. But I'd like to. After francine team was acquitted. Having spent nine months behind bars. She received a bouquet of roses with an anonymous note that read to a battered rose. which blooms again Dan but not? Everyone felt she deserved blossoming. One of Mickey's brothers sent her a note during her jail time threatening you are next. Newfound fear accompanied her making even simple tasks such as running errands. Daunting readjusting to Motherhood posed challenges to. Oh I thought I was going to have to stay in prison so I blocked off a lot of emotions toward my children. She said it was really hard for me to get close to them again on top of that her kids have been traumatized by their fathers gruesome death. Despite their mixed feelings their daughter Christie who was was twelve at the time of the fire said she spit on his grave and described him as a rotten son of a bitch for awhile. Francine struggled struggled with demons. She hadn't yet processed. She partied and drank heavily attempting to escape her feelings. Finally she realized she had to stop trying to self-destruct if only for the sake of her family gradually they got back on their feet found healing and grew closer. Meanwhile francine cross paths with country. Music singer Robert Wilson. Just six before. Robert had been released on parole bill after serving time for armed robbery during his time behind bars Robert completed a degree in psychology. Maybe they understood something about each other. What a person might do when they're pushed beyond their limits and the desire to make something more of your life thereafter whatever? The reasons there was an instant connection. He asked Francine to dance at an outdoor concert. Then serenaded her friends warned him not to get involved with known husband killer but he said he knew right away. There was more to the story. They were married six weeks later and continued raising France. Kids plus one more together. Robert Helped francine bring her dream of becoming a nurse into fruition. She graduated from Nursing School as Valedictorian of her class and went on to work as an LPN at several nursing homes a few years after after meeting Robert She spoke with people magazine at the time she was living in a neatly kept sparsely-furnished tract house. In Jackson Michigan Journalist Joya Dila Berto described her voice as girlish and tentative noting that is conveyed a distrust of strangers. People still look at me like they're trying to figure me out. Francine told her. I don't feel like I have to explain myself to anybody and I don't. I don't need pity or sympathy. I'm just an ordinary person but ordinary is far from how other people have described. Francine her widely reported case helped transform public understanding of domestic violence redefining as a crime versus a private affair and spurring the nationwide establishment of battered women shelters which helped pave the way for shelters for other genders to the story gained gained more attention with the release of the burning bed. Book in One thousand nine hundred and the derivative film of the same name in Nineteen eighty-four the intense drama became one of the most revered TV movies of all time reaching more than seventy five million NBC viewers Francine became one a faira faucets most acclaimed roles in response to the film. Mickey's Cousin Betty Phillips Till the Lansing State Journal. Our family has never denied the violence. But if he could have gotten help it would have made a difference. A lot of the things in the movie really did happen but did he deserve to die no. The system failed both of them. Mickey's father Berlin and his brother. Donovan both died by suicide in the years following the fire while Betty did not like the film. She said she hoped it was making a positive impact. Adding I know that it opened a lot of is after decades of working as a nurse and loving her family francine died of complications of pneumonia at age. Sixty nine afterward. Her daughter Nicole who is seven when Mickey tied spoke of her mother's ability you to make people laugh even in times of distress as a kid. You know something is wrong. But you're taught to run and hide. She said adding that she and her siblings do do. Their Dad was on a path to kill them. You just have to listen and cry. Mom was strong. We never went hungry. Never went without anything we needed needed. I believe she did it to save his kids and herself. She changed so many lives changed the lives of people we will never know musicians to who were impacted by Francine story which inspired Martina McBride's hit Song Independence Day in Nineteen eighty-five singer-songwriter Lyn. Hardy had made a commitment to not perform any of the old time murder ballads detailing violence against women instead. She decided to write a song in which a woman murdered her abuser. A friend alerted her to the Francine Hughes case and she was baffled. By how closely matched earlier ix she completed the song a Smithsonian Folk Song America Anthology selection with Donna Hiebert. It's called the ballot a Francine Hughes use. My name is Francine Hughes. I'll tell you will come. Listen to my story. I'll try to okay from crying. I'm murdered my husband own. It goes on to depict the night. Francine burned the family family home with Mickey inside the trial and the verdict ending with a message about the many cases of abuse and differently. Really given me my all liberty. Thank you said me free. But every eighteen seconds of Woman's beaten just like me and every day in in court another batter goes free today. Research shows that a woman is beaten or assaulted every every nine seconds. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.
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"Welcome to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Hughes but I your true crime headlines a California man was sentenced last week for the two thousand eighteen stabbing death of his supervisor manager at the Domino's pizza where they both worked thirty. Two year olds. Rafael Sanchez will serve twenty six years to to life in prison for the attack. which claimed the life of assistant manager Daniel Anthony Sanchez the victim? Who is not related to his attacker? Hacker was a twenty one year old college student who hoped to become an English teacher someday according to a news release from the La County District Attorney. Rafael Sanchez snuck up behind his supervisor and stabbed him in the neck and back after having been told to do his work. His victim was rushed to to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead speaking to reporters after the sentencing. The victim's family announced that they had filed suit against Domino's Domino's pizza and the owner of the franchise. They alleged that Rafael Sanchez was a problem employee at a different store and should have been fired instead of transfer to the La Puente location where the murder took place the suit also alleges that the general manager of the franchise knew that Sanchez had threatened and harassed other employees royalties but took no action in Philadelphia. A seventeen year old boy is in custody charged with two murders I including the stabbing death of his foster mother and the beating and stabbing of a twenty year old man who lived with him in a previous foster home. Police believed that robbery was the motive in both killings in charging documents police accuse seventeen year old Xavier Johnson Johnson of stabbing his foster mother sixty four year old renege yard to death in her home. Geared was the mother of two grown sons. He's one of them a Philadelphia police officer and had been a foster parent for twenty years. Johnson had only been her care for a short time and called called police the night before her murder. After Johnson missed curfew and broke into her locked house she told the responding officer that Johnson could stay with her that night but that that she could contact the foster agency next day to have him placed in a different home. Police believe that Johnson murdered the woman sometime early. The next morning after relatives were unable to reach her. Police paid another visit to gi yards home where they found her stabbed to death in her bathtub. Bloody footprints lead to a bedroom where her purse had been emptied onto a bed as police search for geared stolen car exhaust. You're Johnson. Hang out with friends. He's tried to buy weed and went on a shopping spree with keywords debit card. When police found him he attempted to flee before crashing? The stolen car yards. Debit card was found in his pocket at the time of his arrest. Johnson is also accused of the beating and stabbing death of twenty year old. Jimmy Jimmy Mao whose body was found in a Duffel bag at the bottom of a ravine and West Philadelphia. Police believe that Mao was killed sometime before yard a yard though. They were not sure when they're also investigating Johnson's potential involvement in the disappearance of sixteen year old Jacob Merit Rich Berg an acquaintance of mouths who has been missing for a week. A South Carolina woman pleaded guilty to charges that caused her husband's death by poisoning. His water with eyedrops fifty two year. Old Lana Clayton pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter. Ladder and tampering with human food. In the death of her husband Stephen Clayton who died in their home in two thousand eighteen at the time of his death. Lana told investigators that. Her husband had been suffering from Vertigo for the past few days and that she found him face down in the foyer when she came inside for mowing the lawn post mortem examinations determined high levels of Tetra. Hydro xylene and Stephen Clayton System. which led investigators to determine that he had been poisoned after her arrest? Lana Clayton confessed to police that she had been poisoning. Her husband's water with eyedrops. She was sentenced to to twenty five years in prison. Those were your true crime headlines next a murder case ace that transformed public understanding domestic abuse. But first a quick break. Welcome back to murder minutes today. The story of Francine Dancing Hughes unless otherwise noted quotes in this episode derived from reporter faith. McNulty's book the burning bed. Which tells the story Ori Francine's life one infused with pain controversy add rebellion some called her insane others a hero? Suddenly the seemed very simple. Francine recalled I wondered why I hadn't thought of it that way before before I had made a discovery by losing everything I had been set free. There were no chain around my ankles all the things that it seemed seemed important before the House Payments Car Payments Welfare checks leaving my mother and sisters leaving the only place I knew none of those. Those things mattered minutes. After this revelation her family home went up in flames. Francine grew grew up in Jackson Michigan in the nineteen fifties. The town known as the birthplace of the Republican Party and the Coney Island hot dog sits thirty five miles miles from lansing and fosters dense. Urban feel most of the residents owned their homes. Most of the homes hold families born Francey Moran one of four children. Her mother named her after a famous French musician. Her father worked as a farmer. Struggled with alcoholism and routinely abused his wife. FRANCINE'S MOM by age fifteen francine was popular popular among her peers. She had a vivacious personality a flair for comedy a dimpled smile and insecurity that she often mashed with humor on Friday and Saturday nights she and friends would dress up and go out driving or gather somewhere to listen to records on one of those nights she met eighteen year old Mickey Hughes a tall thin man whose apparent confidence and worldliness set him apart from other boys. He's he fell hard for Francine pressuring her to date and have sex with him. She resisted time and again Dan but he kept to showering her with romantic words suggesting he couldn't live without her. No one had ever loved me like that. She said it was is a very powerful thing. A powerful thing. She recalled feeling guilty about as though she must have done something to make him love her soon. She grew tired of fighting his sexual advances one day while sitting in the back seat of his car parked in a cornfield she gave in so it wasn't good. She said it hurts and I felt dry inside. I didn't know what to expect. Not even the basics. I remember feeling of have been used of giving something I really didn't want to give. I did it to please him. Immediately after Francine gene feared she was pregnant she also believed that to remain a good person especially a good woman she would have to marry him after dropping out of high. The school to do so francine found herself in a virtual replay of what she witnessed throughout her childhood. Mickey's abuse started shortly after the couple. WED when he ripped her clothes off for dressing too provocatively. He feared she might attract other men in an interview with people magazine using in one thousand nine hundred eighty four. She said she was shocked because she had never been treated in such a way adding. But what do you do when you're sixteen years old and you had to beg your parents to let you get married at first Mickey seemed remorseful and apologized swearing. He would never do it again she she believed him but it did happen again. When he caught francine looking at a man's hands he flew into a violent rage at the time they were living above his parents who heard the commotion and confronted? Their son. Mickey threatened his dad and his mother phoned the police around Francine's family. Her husband behaved more like a gentleman. The abuse escalated while the family grew you. The couple had four children. Christie James Dana and Nicole mouth difficulty feed given that Mickey spent most of their money on an alcohol at the time. Divorce was taboo and very few people spoke about abuse in most legal systems. Worldwide and domestic violence wouldn't be addressed until the Nineteen Ninety S. There wasn't really even a term for it yet. On top of that such violence was all francine he knew growing up. It might have been easy to chalk it up to wretched but normal within a marriage even so francine wanted Out a fresh start for herself and her children so with the guidance and support of a local social worker. She filed for divorce so once it was granted Mickey ignored the fact continuing to show up whenever he wished and beating Francine over the course of several weeks then a serious car accident nearly took his life leaving him with multiple fractures and a head injury when he woke up from coma. He immediately immediately asked for Francine Feeling Awash with guilt. She visited her ex-husband then took him into her home to care for him as he recovered. I really felt trapped after his accident. She later told press. I don't know why I felt so obligated to that man but I did then the real how began. Once he had recuperated Mickey stayed in the home and refuse to seek employment. He started drinking more heavily and beat Francine every few days sometimes for a few minutes sometimes for hours before leaving for bar peaceful days weren't the only sparse but overshadowed with fear that he would strike her at any moment moments that inevitably came if she fought back he grew angrier and more violence in her darkest hours francine considered suicide but if she killed herself she worried who would care for the kids. She conjured up multiple plans of escape most ending with visions of her and the children having nowhere to go and terror that that if they fled he would find them and the violence would intensify six years after the divorce. In early March of one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Francine it was more than halfway through secretarial school which she had pursued with support from her mother she prayed that stamina and luck would help her make it through the rest with each day. It seemed more difficult to drive to school and stay up late finishing homework while Mickey chastised and tormented her she later described feelings of everything building up. Though she was falling behind academically she worked hard on a paper on the topic. What I know? Oh about myself now. Delving deep into her inner longings at the papers and she wrote it is hard for me to make changes in my life. It is easier to leave things as they are and not disturb anything. I know I should disturb things more. I know that I am capable of much more than I have been doing. And I was waiting for something good or someone to happen to me now. I know that nothing ever happens from luck and that you have to make things happen. The morning of March ninth. Francine woke up early sipped coffee and read her term paper over with a sense that she had left a great deal and said then she left for school noticing a sense of spring in the air between that and a sense of accomplishment compliment for getting her homework done. She felt unusually happy but after school. She gave a classmate a ride which pushed her arrival time. Unharmed ten minutes late Mickey was livid as he criticized her. She grabbed the welfare check. She'd been expecting from the mailbox. They were out of groceries yet again so she told him she needed to run to the store. She was furious about that too. He yelled at her for wanting to leave without making enlist first one. He insisted on seeing an approving. Most food seem to make him vomit but he consistently blamed francine's cooking by the time she finally made the store run. She was exhausted so she decided to serve frozen dinners when she pulled them out in the kitchen. Mickey threw a Tantrum cursing at her and calling her lazy bitch. She didn't think he would eat anyway. She recalled telling him to which he replied. That's that's the trouble with you. You're always thinking sensing a physical attack. Francine's searched her mind for a strategy anything to lessen the literal blows. He demanded she dropped out of school. tore her books instructing her to burn them when she resisted he grabbed and shook her his eyes frenzied. Do you want to break your neck right now. He asked she sobbed the taste of blood lead filling her mouth as she succumbed to his demands. Burning her books in a trash can when she said she would go to school anyway. He threatened to use a sledgehammer to destroy her car. Francine tried to run outside but he blocked the door. She called her daughter Christie to fund the police when officers arrived home. They said they couldn't arrest Mickey because they had witnessed the attack laws of the time. Required that later deputies would testify that the man told his wife quote it was all over because she called to report him they also testified fight that he verbally abused francine threatening her life. And those of officers after they left Mickey beat her again when she made dinner for the kids. He threw the food on the floor then rubbed her face in the sticky mess. He demanded she making dinner and bring it to him in the bedroom she did her. Best with limited ingredients her shaky hands foreign patties out of canned salmon potatoes after he he had finished. He called her back into the bedroom where she found him lying on the bed. His pants unzipped. I hated it worse than I ever had. Before she said of the rape the idea of him inside me owning my insides shoving deep into me made my flesh crawl. I looked down at him and I had an impulse to put the pillow over his face and smother him. But I knew I wasn't strong enough. I clenched my teeth to keep from MM screaming. When he was done she moved to the living room and sat down feeling like a quote helpless frozen frozen fury of Qena blocked before directs? She heard the kids moving about stairs and remember that they hadn't eaten all day. She could almost feel their stomachs hurting but the kids swore they weren't hungry appetites. We're likely numb like hers so they watch. TV together and activity. She hoped might calm them down. Distract them as she sat there. Her Daughter Nicky's head on her lap up. She thought of school and how hard she had worked seemingly now for nothing. She considered how horrible her life had been since meeting. Mickey and the hopelessness of her future house she had suffered. She began mentally coaching herself. You don't know him anything Fran you never did. Don't let him ruin the kid's lives the way he has ruined yours. Take them away. You've got to take them away. A plan flashed in her mind. She would sneak out with children and drive them far far away but there was a problem one of her kids. Dana wasn't home home yet. She couldn't let him return to their father at the very least that would mean she would return and she had already caved too many times. This time had to be different. She stood up and started pacing considering how much she hated her life with Mickey and how she had to get out erase it and never looked back. That's when it struck her later she recalled thinking. I wasn't going to come back because there wasn't going to be anything to come back to because I was going to burn the house down as for Mickey she would burn him to suddenly her dark emotions gave way to excitement. She forgot everything else. Dana the consequences the reality of taking in life. She plays the kids in the car which was parked just outside carried a jug of gasoline. To the bedroom I stood still for for a moment hesitating and a voice urged on. She said it whispered do it. Do it do it over and over and I just kept on on with that. She poured gasoline around. Mickey's bed and lit a match. As the fire blazed raised flamed swallowing the home she drove to the county jail and turned herself in declaring. I did it. When firefighters reached the home they found Mickey's body amid the charred rubble? He died from smoke inhalation. Francine was promptly charged with first degree murder and felony murder which brought a maximum sentence of life in prison later. The felony murder charge. I was dropped that November eight months after she lit a match. Our life the MO- sensational trial. In the county's history began thirty years old at the time. Francine seemed soft-spoken nervous her court. Appointed Attorney Aria and Oregon is a former prosecutor. took the case after others refused. He believed francine acted in self defense. Uh Psychiatrists who spoke on her behalf. Testified that something snapped in her that night making her temporarily insane and prompting her to kill her ex-husband husband to Francine's kids took the stand testifying that they witnessed their parents arguing throughout the day. Their father hitting their mother multiple a couple times and threatening her with a knife. They described Mickey's violence as commonplace. The case drew national attention. Attention feminist groups banded together to form the Francine Hughes Defense Committee with hopes of a landmark decision for a new legal interpretation of self defense sense especially as it applied to women. Protesters fill the cement staircase outside the courthouse holding signs touting messages like free francine shoes battered women need support and stop violence against women. After seven days of testimony. The trial ended a jury of ten women and two men took only five hours to come to a unanimous conclusion. They found Francine Moran Hughes not guilty by reason of temporary insanity. Meanwhile relatives of Mickey Hughes maintained that Francine and got away with murder leaving the courtroom for City Hall. She and her attorney held a press conference when a reporter asked Francine and seeing if she had ever considered herself a liberated woman she replied. I don't think I've ever been liberated. But I'd like to. After francine team was acquitted. Having spent nine months behind bars. She received a bouquet of roses with an anonymous note that read to a battered rose. which blooms again Dan but not? Everyone felt she deserved blossoming. One of Mickey's brothers sent her a note during her jail time threatening you are next. Newfound fear accompanied her making even simple tasks such as running errands. Daunting readjusting to Motherhood posed challenges to. Oh I thought I was going to have to stay in prison so I blocked off a lot of emotions toward my children. She said it was really hard for me to get close to them again on top of that her kids have been traumatized by their fathers gruesome death. Despite their mixed feelings their daughter Christie who was was twelve at the time of the fire said she spit on his grave and described him as a rotten son of a bitch for awhile. Francine struggled struggled with demons. She hadn't yet processed. She partied and drank heavily attempting to escape her feelings. Finally she realized she had to stop trying to self-destruct if only for the sake of her family gradually they got back on their feet found healing and grew closer. Meanwhile francine cross paths with country. Music singer Robert Wilson. Just six before. Robert had been released on parole bill after serving time for armed robbery during his time behind bars Robert completed a degree in psychology. Maybe they understood something about each other. What a person might do when they're pushed beyond their limits and the desire to make something more of your life thereafter whatever? The reasons there was an instant connection. He asked Francine to dance at an outdoor concert. Then serenaded her friends warned him not to get involved with known husband killer but he said he knew right away. There was more to the story. They were married six weeks later and continued raising France. Kids plus one more together. Robert Helped francine bring her dream of becoming a nurse into fruition. She graduated from Nursing School as Valedictorian of her class and went on to work as an LPN at several nursing homes a few years after after meeting Robert She spoke with people magazine at the time she was living in a neatly kept sparsely-furnished tract house. In Jackson Michigan Journalist Joya Dila Berto described her voice as girlish and tentative noting that is conveyed a distrust of strangers. People still look at me like they're trying to figure me out. Francine told her. I don't feel like I have to explain myself to anybody and I don't. I don't need pity or sympathy. I'm just an ordinary person but ordinary is far from how other people have described. Francine her widely reported case helped transform public understanding of domestic violence redefining as a crime versus a private affair and spurring the nationwide establishment of battered women shelters which helped pave the way for shelters for other genders to the story gained gained more attention with the release of the burning bed. Book in One thousand nine hundred and the derivative film of the same name in Nineteen eighty-four the intense drama became one of the most revered TV movies of all time reaching more than seventy five million NBC viewers Francine became one a faira faucets most acclaimed roles in response to the film. Mickey's Cousin Betty Phillips Till the Lansing State Journal. Our family has never denied the violence. But if he could have gotten help it would have made a difference. A lot of the things in the movie really did happen but did he deserve to die no. The system failed both of them. Mickey's father Berlin and his brother. Donovan both died by suicide in the years following the fire. While Betty did not like the film she hoped it was making a positive impact adding. I know that it opened a lot of is after decades of working as a nurse and loving her family francine died of complications of pneumonia at age. Sixty nine afterward. Her daughter Nicole who is seven when Mickey tied spoke of her mother's ability you to make people laugh even in times of distress as a kid. You know something is wrong. But you're taught to run and hide. She said adding that she and her siblings do do. Their Dad was on a path to kill them. You just have to listen and cry. Mom was strong. We never went hungry. Never went without anything we needed needed. I believe she did it to save his kids and herself. She changed so many lives changed the lives of people we will never know musicians to who were impacted by Francine story which inspired Martina McBride's hit Song Independence Day in Nineteen eighty-five singer-songwriter Lyn. Hardy had made a commitment to not perform any of the old time murder ballads detailing violence against women instead. She decided to write a song in which a woman murdered her abuser. A friend alerted her to the Francine Hughes case and she was baffled. By how closely matched earlier ix she completed the song a Smithsonian Folk Song America Anthology selection with Donna Hiebert. It's called the ballot a Francine Hughes use. My name is Francine Hughes. I'll tell you will come. Listen to my story. I'll try to okay from crying. I'm murdered my husband own. It goes on to depict the night. Francine burned the family family home with Mickey inside the trial and the verdict ending with a message about the many cases of abuse and differently. Really given me my all liberty. Thank you said me free. But every eighteen seconds of Woman's beaten just like me and every day in in court another batter goes free today. Research shows that a woman is beaten or assaulted every every nine seconds. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.
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Two days after another equally legendary coach Pat Dye passed away and all the conversations we had Frank Martin on a minute ago we had so many other people sharing different views, and we'll continue that in the final hour with your phone calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight, five Jason is of next a great debut on Jason. Yeah good to talk to you Paul, I told the screener that I wanted to talk about police police reform and as I tried to. Look at a couple of things I thought it might be important to point out I wanted to know what. Percentage of the population was African American. It's the number one thing Google when you know, it populates if you Google something what? It thinks tries to guess what you're GonNa, say and but. Was Right next to black and. Everybody seems to be googling the percentage of the population which tells me. You know everybody's. Definitely in unrest, but It's just I'm in Birmingham You know everything's boarded-up downtown and you spend a lot of time here. and. A lot of the things that you don't see on the news. there. There are a lot of white people protesting with African Americans in this town. And everyone is is much more on the same page with unrest. Than, it would appear. You know in general media, but my father was a firefighter for home would Alabama. and. The way these municipalities work and how they get paid in my opinion. Has. Has To change somehow I mean. For instance I'll give you an example if you're in mountain, Brook Alabama. How much more do you think they get paid hasn't municipality to pay their officers than North Birmingham. and. What does North Birmingham, see on a day to day basis compared. To, what the city of Mount Brook would see! It's like night and day. You're putting your life on the line in one area and getting paid less. Than someone that. Has a gravy, you know. Let's make sure betty and didn't trip over her. You know dog, leash and dropper starbucks. You know what I'm saying. No I know what you're saying. I've well, we're the point you were making. But I mean I don't have the exact answer, but it seems to me that we all need to be more educated in, and you know I've taken the time out to just. Take a deep breath over what you see in front of your eyes on television and realize who you are where you come from, and that everybody is equal. But, if I were in charge, I would make Joe Blow from Clinton Alabama that in his policemen municipality I would make these guys almost. Like a firefighter goes to work. He's there twenty four hours. He stays overnight and this. I, think they need to start integrating different. People in the police force into different municipalities do away with the way all these guys get paid well. I don't mean to well. Jimmy in the part of the problem with a lot of municipalities and think Birmingham may be the worst. I've ever seen as I think they're thirty. Thirty seven thirty eight counties within that area, and we all know why that is the case you're. You don't need a trip down to many history books to understand that they're in lives part of the issue. Thank you very much. For the call, it was It was nice to hear from you. Sean is in New York John. Hey Paul so glad to speak to you one of my favorite celebrities if you will come just WanNa talk about Corona Virus I. Don't WanNa. Get into black rights. Don't WanNa get into that careful period beyond and really isn't minore East. Yeah Penn. state fan you. Know Crimson tide, but what I want is there to be some sort of resolution whether it be ABC, NBC, all these all air, the game to have I. I don't know what can happen I mean. Do they just say you know we're not having a season and then trevor? Lawrence gets drafted. I mean what is your take on this? Well I think right now. Nobody's one hundred percent. Sure anything I don't want to sound. Redundant here by saying that, but I am. So you simply. Keep pushing it You're right now. There's there's a there's A. High degree of positivity players back on campus however. I think you're going to start seeing. You seem one or two today you'll see more tomorrow. You'll see me the story of this week. College football wise will be. The positive test results from various campus, assuming that any of those. Or many of those are released, but there will be I've already heard. There's quite a few out there and then they'll figure out how this goes to before they get to the big decision, which which is one we all want to here. Yeah, I mean I. Think of it is this is like you look at? Let's say Mrs Lasting I want to get other callers in. Let's say you. You know I'll just take two examples with Andrew Lock and let's say Jim. You know lock came into Stanford a Youngun. What he? Did to do. Of course he's retired now. And then you take sorta like Jim Harbaugh Kane played you know coach in San Francisco is coaching big blue, and you'd look at those two guys and you see this idea of hard work. 'cause you look at the statistics of games that they won. You know you can't win games with corona virus, and it's like you know you need sort of games to be played to build up your reputation. You do one hundred percent agree. Sean, great to hear from you from long. Island really enjoyed the call. What's continued Logan? Is in North Carolina. Hi Paul good to talk to you again. Thank you. I just I just wanted to comment on some of the callers yesterday and the day some of the way guys are calling in I think what people don't realize is. With the issue going on right now they're looking at it through their own eyes, and they need understand that their experiences are going to be different than African Americans. And I don't think that you know we going have. To understand that. You know everybody's experiences are not the same. You can't just based on your own experience. it misses the whole point. And, just wonder if you think. Is this a generational thing? Because I I live in Ashville, North Carolina. We've had protests. I mean we're pretty much opposite of Birmingham. Alabama, we're probably seventy percent white. We've had large protest every day here. just wanted to get your ideal. Looking, you, said something that I was talking to a very close friend mine today, but we're about the same age and and I think we. We all take something different to the table when we talk about race. And I used to I think falsely, but instinctively hang behind how I was brought up as if that gave me a green light because I i. know you know being a southerner I mean it was racism that was preached in breed it in so many families. And I. It wasn't that way for me. So therefore, I thought well I'm I'm different than everybody else. No I'm not. I mean you still have prejudices and you and and. You tolerate things. I've heard things and I don't WanNA put words in your mouth because she sounds like you're considerably younger. and. How many times have I I? Have I spoken out? In My peer group from I've heard things that offended me, but I'm not one that's looking to argue. I. Mean I've always had a big beliefs if You want to be racist. Go ahead and be one I'm not going to tell you. I don't have to associate with you, but but I'm not going to tell you what you should believe in. Exactly Ball I. Think I really do appreciate what you're dealing This is the last couple of days have been really informative. Can I ask you really quick question sure? Kind of hundred degrees off topic but I. Promised My pop so to ask you. You think the MLB is gonNA play this year because he is freaking out. Came out today that. They I hope they don't for this reason and I know this sounds. I mean the mindset of the. MLB needs to be destroyed and the only way that's going to happen if if if this continues to drag on and the public says. We! Don't we don't care anymore and frankly. What they're what they're doing what they did today is going to. caused them so much bad publicity I. Don't know. If somebody's if cooler heads prevail, but I mean they are losing the public with each hour that goes by and reminds me a little bit of ninety four. You, probably. Many people don't remember. They may not have been around, but in August of. Baseball baseball went on strike and. It took a long time to get it back. Yeah. Yeah my mom's still she still holds the drudge. She won't watch because that she's like. They're all spoiled so yeah. I definitely I remember that and You Know I. Mean I understand the right to earn a living, but this time how? Everyone in America Is experiencing some discomfort. And I'm just talking about those who are still fortunate enough to have a job I. Don't know anyone who is in a position. That has not that's making. Making more money today than they were three months ago every everyone. In positions of leadership and public awareness of have taken Taken, cuts. And that's just a fact alive. That's to help. Keep companies afloat right now. That aren't living off of of something else and I say that because It was really the only way to get through this. If it feels like we're getting through it As we're getting through one area, we're having. Equal you're more more serious issues on another. Hey, thanks so much for the call. Really appreciate your your your honesty. And willingness to talk about this. Let's take a break. Another forty five minutes to go and we will talk to you after this. And listening to Paul Finebaum show podcast back great to have everyone here on this Wednesday afternoon. Let's continue more phone calls than Lawrence is up next in Kentucky Hey Lawrence. Paul! First Time caller and Besides that ninety one years old, so I might stutter a little bit. How? This interview. To do is. Try to shed some light on the Lee, majors jolly Algiers relationship. It's quite interesting. Go ahead. Well I was a senior in at Eastern. Kentucky University in Nineteen Sixty. And There was a student to enroll. He was a sophomore or junior. One I'm not sure which, but he was a from Middlesboro Kentucky. and His name was Harvey Yeary. And sometime later I learned that Harvey area had changed his name and moved to Hollywood where we all know that he was very successful and several different shows in Hollywood. Throw that in and as The story goes that. He grew up a big fan of Johnny Majors and He honored him by changing his name once he I mean for for a couple of years Lee majors was was the biggest television star in the country. Yes I. Know Six Million Dollar Man. And then he married only the most famous woman in the country. And not familiar with her. Farah Fawcett Oh. Yes, that's right now remembers I'd like I said at my job I don't remember things like that, too, will well You weren't a student during that time Lawrence. When you go into any dorm room. in Knoxville and Faira faucets picture was up on the wall. Aso's up would be true. We'll you sound like you're doing pretty well well? I guess better than most. They're not many of them around where I live. Anyway, how do you? How have you stayed healthy this long? Well, I don't know I spent nine years in the Air Force from age eighteen to what twenty seven before entered into the college feel. And I went to college for. Well altogether about six years getting as two or three different degrees. And after that I became a teacher. I was a little studies teacher at the local high school where I live. And spent the altogether twenty four years and teaching. And then I retired in nineteen, eighty five. Maybe that's all put together a meal on. Well you, I'm really glad here. You've inspired me and many others to take care of ourselves, and and and try to equal your your longevity. You stay well, thank you. Thank you very much. Really appreciate you sharing that story because. I vaguely remembered a when she said the name Harvey It all came back to my hey, thanks for the call. Let's check in. You got it Robert is an Athens. Georgia Robert. Thank you? Thank you Paul First Time call thank you very much. All I got a few things got a few things I. Just WanNa say quick. I won't take much time, but first off the interview you did with Frank. Martin was out of the FARC. Thank you. I have become a big South Carolina basketball fan after watching that. The other thing too I wanted to say was I've also become a huge fat diet fan. From the interviews that you had with him over the years. Made me. WanNa pat does biggest fans. plus he's got a lot of Georgia. Blood him, so that helps. But I want to tell a quick story about I had one of those wild moments one time back in nineteen, seven, nineteen, ninety, seven, nineteen, ninety eighth. I had the opportunity to play golf. Up at Laurel Valley Country Club outside of the Tro Pennsylvania. and. If you're familiar with Laurel Valley. It's famous for being the quote. Unquote Signature Goth home lawn of Palmer. And if you ever had an opportunity to go up there, you could just see untold amounts of Goth history and. great pictures of. Greg offers and one particular. Afternoon I had the chance to be playing golf there. They had a morning group. That they would send off and then with the morning group got through. The come in for lunch and then the afternoon group would come in for lunch and everybody would meet in the dining room. This one particular Friday at one particular thirsty. The dining room was packed with golfers and all of a sudden the door opens. And two. Additional offers walked in. Johnny Majors and Frank Roles Oh my end of the. And everybody stop everybody turned around. Everybody stood up and just didn't say a word, but gave him a standing ovation. And I tell you I've never seen two guys more happy. And appreciative of the honor that was shown by those two great coaches, and to Grad that is remarkable I, and I'm pretty sure coach majors. was an assistant under frank at Arkansas one point. Say That again. I think coach majors worked under coach Bras as an assistant coach at Arkansas. That's correct. That's correct. So just wanted to share that with you. It's been a great show. Thanks for making the fan of at in the new Fan Frank Martin. Well, thank you know. Those are great people and I'm pleased to hear that Yeah, it's it's. It's equally sad but also Appreciative that so much! Has Been Said about both gentlemen. This bill is in Pittsburgh hey bill. Hey Paul! How are you today? I'm well, thank you. Yes I wanted to pass my condolences to pitch major's family and friends and. Church to coaches to great men will be sadly missed. I had a pleasure meeting coach majors twice first time was in nineteen, eighty nine, which is second year around is the coach go quite as well. And build that his up back to the future. Oh Yeah no one ever heard that against it as he was beloved here and he just such. You know for the wonderful things he did prior to that. And they should never play the game but I've done that a lot over the years I'm often wondered if you state of. I mean with all the talent. They had role in the next six seven years. You know. Let me let me share. Let me share something with you. We had Jackie Sherrill on earlier. and. And Chris Lowe and I think. They both said the same thing that he Chris Lowe told us. That had he? He often lamented had he stayed there? There's no telling how successful he would have been. FIVE-PHASE I believe took his place. He did not do that well. And then Cheryl came in, and just was just just just killed for a couple of years He was unbelievable Hugh Green and Yeah, they just. They just had so much talent. I mean it's. A talent with the I he would have won a couple of national championships here at least been in contention. Think, he could've won two. Maybe even three and maybe four. Even I mean. He was being the College Football Hall of fame, which is same thing sold against him at the second round. Pick out mean. Yeah to programs, wondering and them from the. National Championship I mean I remember Saudi? Linda? I could do that and you. You can't sugar coat the truth. He was so bitter. He just couldn't get over what he felt like. It was an absolute betrayal by his school and he. He took a job out of spite. It wasn't really well thought out There's a famous line I think his first game back. He lost forty nine nothing. He walked in the locker. He walked in the press conference. And he said any questions. Nobody raised their hand and said. Does anyone have any answers? He never found, he never found any answers area. It? Doesn't happen very often, but I've seen it happen There's the old line. Lititz and literature. You can't go home again and it just didn't more. Right. Yeah, they're in such bad straight at the timings of that job was just not a good job at that particular time, trae anyone. Like I, said I, I think you could have won multiple national titles, and it'd be in College Hall of Fame and even a coaching legend, depending then I would have worked out, and when it came time it was. The Best College starts in Pennsylvania a lot of people may have been the job. No no, he he drove Joe Paterno Crazy I. mean that's that's I've heard that from too many thanks for the call and getting being there for You know I I was. Only one year with coach majors at Tennessee, but. It was truly remarkable to hear his stories and he loved it. He was a great storyteller I think Chris. Lowe did such a spectacular job of sharing that with us. We are heading to a break. We still have thirty minutes to go and love to hear from you and the final thirty minutes at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight five. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum. Show podcast. Back for the final thirty minutes a lot of conversation about John. Major's passing today and up next Robert in Huntsville Alabama hello, Robert! Hey, how you doing I'm well, thank you. Yeah really enjoying the show I really appreciate you. giving. Me a chance to express how much I feel about my former coach coach Johnny Majors. He was a he was a wonderful man to me and I know not speaking toward a lot of the other former players, but I I know they're expressing the same thought that I have about how coach majors was a great model coach. for us all. Robert what. What what what made him so unique as a player? Well one thing he was a hard worker and coach majors. He was a hard worker and he was really dedicated to the Tennessee football program, and that's what you know. He always caught my. I play on the coach majors from seventy six to seventy eight. I was in that class when he first got there. When coach majors come to Knoxville Tennessee. Yeah. That was not an easy time. Program was really at low ebb in that first season I think. He went four seven and a lot of people. including him, probably wondered. What did he got himself into? The exactly right where we was determined to try to do our best for coach Mazer because coach majors was a former player, and he showed that on the coaching feel and we all wanted to try to. Make Tennessee football great again. Well it, also it ultimately became great again, and I so much appreciate you sharing that story. Robert Thank you very much William is the right outside of Knoxville in Maryville William. Thank you. Know, are you Paul well? Thanks a lot, you know you've you've had some great callers. And and and certainly condolences go out to the family and the major's Family I. You know the major standby. And didn't get a whole lot of publicity. You know I can't get in his great niece. That was killed Columbia University this year. Yes, I believe the robbery. You know and that they were allowed to didn't even know that I saw it. I think Johnny make the best retort of his was. Paul's warning about the fifty six husband. You know that too should have won it. When he said that Jim Brown really should have won it. On your show. Yeah, they remember that now. You know which probably is true, you know. I wanted to talk about. a lot of callers talked about you know the race issue. And you know in in having friends of different races. Human Nature is such that that. You can have a friend of a different race or Nationality and still possess a stereotype about that race or nationality, and you know in your mind, you can say well. You know I know Joe and He. He's you know. He's black or Muslim whatever, but he's not like the stereotype that make us in the back of my mind. And and the mess pro human nature, but I think what concerns me the most. What's going on in America today is. That what's happening is some of the stereotypes in the aftermath of Mr Floyd's death. Are being reinforced. stereotypes of rioting and stereotypes, fluting and stereotypes of police brutality You know I I think about what. Vice, President Biden said the other day about well, you know. It was an unarmed person with a knife which means they were armed and unarmed should be shot in the leg. Well, that's not reality because police officers are trained to. Think they call it the twenty one foot rule, which is a rule that says if someone has a knife. In the time that you can assess the risk in draw your weapon and far two shots, they can travel twenty one feet and and catch cut. You Stab you. Take out your artery, so we have politicians making statements to diminish the risk that law enforcement. Take I think that's very very dangerous. Because he's helps to reinforce some stereotypes about law enforcement now. On the other hand, let let's talk about. The police officers who were involved death Mr Floyd. forgetting about the gentleman, his already been indicted for for second degree murder. I. Wonder and Ben Crump the Floyd. Damn Attorney mentioned this today and I haven't heard anybody else mentioned it. They say they're charging the other officers under eighty betty type standard. And that really concerns me because of the fact that it's. You know you get into issues of chain of command and the police in retaliation if you speak out. he also mentioned Mr, trump, the felony murder rule I. Don't know if you're familiar with that rule or not, but you know it says that if if you not walk into rob a bank. And you're standing there. Talking to you know one of the hostages about SEC football and I go in the next room and shoot somebody. You are equally responsible because you're part of debate. And and and I have never seen a situation where police officers. Were held to a facility murder type, standard, well saying. We him where People were were. Frustrated. We could go at this point that the charges hadn't been made, but there's a reason why prosecutors. Take Time. Is it my imagination to seemed like this. What we heard today came from above the above the heads of the normal prosecutor. It did and I again I. Don't think anybody should rush. Rush rush to Judgment Nah. Certainly, certainly the video is there. There's body cams and my point is that. You know that there is a chain of command on site. If, you're lower level officer. Do you have a duty to interfere with a higher level officer? Who's doing something I certainly think you do. But I don't know that the system and maybe we need legislation that clears this up. What is the duty of a officer standing there? When another officer is using excessive force. I know there was an example in Seattle of. Another situation where common commonsense. Well I agree. There's another I. Don't know if you saw that video of the officer. Seattle had his neons. Maybe Portland is the on somebody's neck, and another officer actually took his hand and removed the knee. That's common sense right there. And and what we need is we need to make sure that the officers on the city. Can Take Commonsense. ACSH-, right to protect the public and are free former taliation for doing it because they've gone against an order of maybe someone higher up the chain of command, and if that's well, you just identified a problem there in almost in every. Industry including the military in this country. Hey, thank you very much. We're up against Brighton William, always great to hear from you. You'd be well. A few more minutes to go on quite an afternoon here we will continue with your phone calls. After this. You're listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. Though we're apart these days with sharing more so at Geiko, we'd like to say thanks. Thanks for sharing your savage dance moves. Thanks for sharing your diy. Haircut fails. Thanks for sharing your lipstick star. Now it's our turn to share with the GEICO giveback. Fifteen percent credit car and motorcycle policies for current and new customers, because we're committed for the long the fifteen percent credit last year, full policy term visit GEICO DOT com slash, give back for more INFO and eligibility. We welcome me back great to have you with his final few minutes. Rich is up next as we wrap things up from Columbus. South Carolina Rich. Hey, Paul, how are you? I'm well, thanks. While few days all over the all over the country particularly For football fans with the passing coach coach majors just WanNa semi condolences out to their families. But I grew up in Chattanooga and My Dad was in the same class as coach major so I grew up listening to all the. Legendary stories of old number forty five and Being a kid going up to Knoxville every weekend. And seeing the big orange play win or lose or draw back in those days when they could actually ty. and. coach Majors Josh was A. Gracious Gentlemen and You Know Award tweed jacket and the guy on the sidelines which we don't see. All days and yeah was was really One of my heroes for sure. And I'll never forget. Maybe I think it was eighty, five, eighty six, when the an auburn came to town with bowed Jackson Eighty, five and two and eighty, five and the VOL's. Upset them and did the bow busting and who you know, who thirty eight to twenty. And Later on I went to Swanee and graduated from there and when I was a junior. I think it was ninety one. that. The football game I saw a guy dressed up in the tweed, jacket and tie symbol himself and It was coach, majors and Yeah went up to him and introduce myself I'd already met him a couple of times as a kid, but of course you know he's a hero and a legend and It was the open week. Right before the Alabama game. And he and I just kind of sat down like we're a long lost friends and chatted about football and what was going to happen the next Saturday. And if I'm memory serves me right. Thank that game down. Allegiance field ended up at the end of twenty one twenty one tie. My memory could be off on that. Yeah, no, I think that was the game I if I remember correctly that Tennessee. Had One and then Alabama went crazy I. Think David Palmer Going Berserk in the final couple minutes. Okay okay maybe. It was somewhere in. That may have been ninety three. It was somewhere in that range, but I remember the game very well. Right, but he he's just one of my heroes and Yeah I've been talking to my dad today, and he in jabbing things up about how things were up in Knoxville, and my dad was a student. Back there in the in the fifties and so. Thanks for letting me call in a love your show I'm an avid fan of yours and A. Longtime you're listener and first time caller and allegiances are kind of split right now because I'm married to a game cock, and we're gamecocks fans, and except for maybe one Saturday out of the year, and then my son goes the Clemson, so we've got all. We're going on all man you're you're you are conflicted? Exactly well, it sounds like rich. Thanks for sharing that. All Right? Thank you bye-bye. Really great to hear from you. And what a day it's been. Darryl is up next in Tennessee Daryl. Thank you very much. nicer give us. Wrong call there. Let's. Try. Key Keelan is up next. In Georgia. Hey. You on. Pay So I was just wondering. Well my family. It really big South Carolina fans my mom. And, my dad, both to South Carolina and we love college football, so I was wondering. Do you think the college football will start on schedule this year? Queuing I do right now I think everything is moving in that direction It would be my best guess. That's all we can do right now. I'm a little concerned about some aspects of the season, but I think it will get started yes. Yeah, do you think they will allow fans? At some point I think the first week or two. I think it would be very very very minimal, but. Being an optimist, I! I think as we. Graduate deeper into the season I think you're going to see more and more fans than you. Do you go to games at all? Yeah, we, we live in Georgia and loop big south. Carolina fans, so we go like once a you to south. Carolina game. Where the I think. The Georgia game is in South Carolina this year because I remember being into Georgia game last year in Athens so I'm pretty sure of that, yeah? So if you if they do if they don't allow fans? Do you think it will make a difference in how teams play? It's. It's a good question. I think little bit. I've been doing so many games where the home team. Feeds off of the off the crowd, but but I think I think players will get used to it i. don't think it's going to be. The overriding issue by the way we're. What about your school? What have you heard? My school hasn't done anything yet about if we're going to go back. Oh not but I hope we do. What what what what grade are you in? Fifth Three. Man. That's a special grade I. Remember it well. It was a you start to do a lot of fun things in the fifth grade. Well, how do you? How do you kept busy since since early or early March? we've been going through a lot of bike rides and watching TV playing video games mainly. Well. I certainly hope for for your sake and all your friends that you can get back to school and. We can move on from the last three months. Well, thank you so much for calling. You'll be well. Hope Hope. We have a great football season coming up. Thank you! What a great call! And it's it's just been. I don't think we have enough time to go to anybody else, but it's just been such an amazing week. You know kids like that calling somebody. Regular callers new callers dealing Lissa just so many different issues. Out there and We really get a chance to say this but I am just so appreciative. Of of of all of you, sharing your experiences and your thoughts, regardless of what your view is I think helped a lot at us. Again just A. Incredibly sad week with coach, passing away on Monday and today John, Major's the legendary player and coach dying at the age of eighty five. We'll see you tomorrow. Have a great evening. Thank you for listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. The Paul Finebaum show airs weekdays on the SEC network, beginning at three eastern.
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Hello how are you good and lots of stuff to talk about how. We got monterey stuff. We got lots of cool cars going to barrett jackson. You're going to bear jackson. Yeah this weekend and Got paul walker supra fast and furious one and wait a minute fast and furious to but i but i think they repainted the car and used it for the second movie but then i think it was like gold or something and then when it's for sale now they restored it back to fast and furious one so i in both movies okay. Yeah it's my favorite scene when they go to go to acas my favorite parts of fast and furious. Everyone likes the action but you can see action anywhere. I like the personal stuff. Yeah i like when What's his name is sitting in the office and he's smoking like i don't know man. I couldn't read good. But i know about shocks and spring ray yeah deflection should be at mit or something. No no i got that alexia personal moment when you know when vince drinking His corona his hands so high on the neck that it's almost off the bottle. Yes drinking through sand at that point and And they have the personal moments you know. So he's got who was that in the office. G giovanni ribisi no. That's not who who played the character. I forgot the actor's name but the kid jesse drove the jeddah guy as an actor by the way i know off the first movie it goes on make ten more billions of dollars. He's the only after giovanni he looks like giovanni rabin okay because he's done a million more movies right. Oh that's a good point guy. This guy is what lindbergh. Yeah that guy chad. He's the only one that didn't turn into any over fast one. Yeah that whole storyline around him in everything. Bring everybody back from the dead except for him But he's sitting there and he's explaining that his head doesn't work but he knows spring writes. That's right that's his whole thing. He's got the computer out he's like we're gonna give it a skirt on the rockers. That's gonna that's gonna stop para dynamic. Yeah on it speaks gibberish to him about what he's gonna do to his car and that that's a scene. We got to see. That scene brought back from the dead. They brought han back from the dead and this new movie. They left him dead. I know and then what what happened. it did. He work is a i mean. Everyone kind of works as an actor. But he didn't really work were right. He didn't pick up like a like a marvel franchise or something to that right. Yeah man should've on the phone. With chris borgen call him every day. Please take those bullets out of my chest from fast one. Well i'm going out with For dinner tonight. So i'll see if i can broach that. Yeah say i got a very important question for you. Check for him waiting months. Ask you this question. So walkers supra you know matt and i were speaking about it privately and I said what's that car going to go for and met. I think man you were low ball is low. I just don't i'm just. I'm not a super movie car fan. Like i just don't get big pieces crap. The and i. I'm just not like a big movie car fan. So i guess i've really undervalue them. Like yeah i've seen under trashy ratty they're always bad. You know what it is you know. You think you're looking you go up and look at the car. That was the ferrari the ferrari in In ford. V ferrari are in In the shelby. Movie ford v ferrari and you get up on the cobra. Kip sorry you get up on the ferrari kit car and it's like i was trying to think well that thing not a to fifty eighth wasn't a five. Oh wasn't a five shit. And what was that max. Patas got a lot of stuff to look for the the The ferrari that The daytona or i'm sorry that the gt forty was racing against with the evil ferrari-driver. Yeah that was a learn that for yeah. I don't remember i don't remember now. I'm picturing the scene. I'm trying to figure out what it is. But i'm gonna go with. It's before the five twelve love. That's my favorite for our young. Know that for our. Yeah that's the best And then it's not a three to fifty l. Or anything either way somewhere in between those cars and i can't remember three i don't want i keep coming up with porsche. Numbers either way you get up on that car in it. Looks great in the movie and then you get up on it in in person and it's got a fucking opel engine it you know and it's and it's like it just looks like shit in person and that's how it works but the supra is a supra so it could be a little ratty but it's not gonna look like shit wasn't a three thirty three thirty. Yeah yeah all right. I was hovering around the answer somewhere in the three thirty although the pi three yeah the p. Three it's the p. three. That's that's what it is all right so somebody else must ask the same thing thing. Because the chances of googling ferrari in ford v ferrari coming up yeah somebody else questioned that as well the so the super sonata kit car right still be ready and their stuff like that and also when they mount cameras and stuff like you know if the car's yellow drill holes into the sheet metal the mount cameras and then the next thing they take the cameras off and put a piece of yellow tape all right like they patchett it right but i this one got put back. So maybe it's cosmetic it was a bit restored. Went from the second movie the first movie and you know you brought up a point. It is a real supra turbo and it does have right to matt those cars that are knocking on the door of one hundred grand anyway. Yeah and then you got james dean's transactional for three eighty five. You know so there's renewed interest in this memorabilia automotive world and so Matt said a buck fifty. And i was like Yeah i know. I'm way off your way off. Been you influenced me in the negative way so i just went two hundred by. You've read some articles saying like four hundred to a million. I think it's gonna go for. I think it's probably gonna fall. I bet it goes for half a million bucks. Yeah alright we have seen. And i gotta find out that actors worked done anything other than like a hallmark movie. Okay small roles and they're going to give much better attraction for the whole show all right. This is your basic layout of the car and that's pretty much what it could look like when it's finished red green and you should be going in my tears right now. I got to call attention disorder. Yes that shit. Yeah i was gonna algebra like math and shit. Everything else failed dropped out of school. I don't know something a about engines calms me down banging away on fenders out there. Yeah should've gone to. Mit should have gone in fast and furious. Two that's right. Oh my god. It's better than mit. He could have been like the mad scientist. Try everything. Here's what i've done to the car. Outfitted it with the propulsion system could have been there co two guy year after year after year. One and done all right replaced by. What's his name the the musician actor. What's his name the little guy. Ludicrous ludicrous yeah could think of his name. I was gonna say back. He's a little guy. Yeah that's true all right so There's some some cars going up coming up at barrett jackson. We've got that we got Wayne newton's mercedes because it's cost them it it's goofy right. It's gotta be And sick for roy. They got some cars. Going up there really. Yeah which you can imagine they. There are a little over the top look. This coach built mercedes by in newton. Newton it it just it just has. It's ridiculous it's just got like george barris written all over it george barris but it just kind of screams george barris. I'll tell you got a seven inch black and white. Tv in the dash george barris. Yeah full tubes. I'll tell you the one that got away. I remember watching barrett jackson. I think on. tv Speed channel or something and like two thousand and faira faucets gold three overweight or three twenty eight for our came back because Because he built one He built one Barest built one for her. Ann lee majors. They built like lee majors or something like that. Yeah probably down something and it was just like it was a gold. It was just the three hundred eight that was gold and it was. It was kind of cool and it wasn't that over the top and it was like semi tastefully done. Looked okay and and it sold for like twenty six thousand dollars or like twenty eight thousand bucks. And i remember thinking at the time. That's kind of the going rate for one of those cars anyway. I don't know why there's no extra fare fair faucet was alive. Obviously the time but i remember thinking that that'd be twenty five grand well-spent on that unfair faucets ferrari. The other thing that throws me off is now that you bring that up like one of the hero cars. The white ferrari testarossa from miami vice struggled to get money for that car. They wanted way too much but by time it ended up for sale all sorts of places not at auction but by or with reserve and by time it went to bear jackson with a reserve. It was like one hundred thousand dollar car like any test. Rose or maybe had a little bit of a premium but it wasn't four hundred thousand just and that's why my my head is on these movie cars thinking oh of super tundra grant out of the movie to one hundred fifty grand by now. It's just all getting ridiculous. It's probably going to be an half million. Well i think for anyone listening. You have to draw a distinction between celebrity and car celebrity all all all drill down that on the second. 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Cast use the promo code at checkout and save the fifteen percent Yeah so what ends up happening. Is you know james. Dean's transactional cells or god forbid you know. Paul newman watch or something. Or or steve mcqueen something and you go. Oh the celebrity car thing. That's a thing. And then elton john's daytona comes up or stewart rod stewart or. John lennon's Three thirty ferrari or something like comes up. And they don't do an ounce over what you would get on that car with joe blow's name like they don't budge. Elton john just had i think daytona tone of a ferrari cell and it'll happen with aston martin or something like that and again. John lennon's a pretty good size. Name out there and elton chaz very don johnson's not what i'm saying it's like the car community goes fucked those guys. They're not car guys and then they don't get they. Don't give you a penny now. They give you plenty for elton. John's bedazzled dodger stadium. So there's a weird thing where they don't let you over now. That steve mcqueen's ferrari. Then it goes at four times for four times. The amount right and i don't know why but that's how the car world works and i was gonna say it's it's it's not because nobody knew about way. Newton's custom mercedes because things pop up like you know like a helmet or something for for james dean pop up and nobody knew about it but then they're like oh that's cooler because we didn't know about it. It's just that connection between. I guess what they're known for right not to be an actor but having some automotive of history. But you're right like you know. Elvis belt buckle buckling cape go more than as cadillac right. Yeah it's just it's just it's just it just is maybe i like it that way. Maybe i'd like the. Were putting a premium on elton. John's shit but i was also checking hammer time and the are at the It's so funny. I i always have to go right. Fine with the daytona sold for estimated six eighty seven fifty five five or how much. Everyone's trying to will those car. And i'm with everybody. That's a big v. Twelve cards ferrari's got knockoffs. It's got chrome adora. Rams that net car should be a million bucks. But it's just it's not getting there just isn't it. Got up to the nines. The aids the nines. Like everyone's like oh the next one that's gonna be a million and then it dropped down to five hundred grand and they just won't move from that space. Did you hear that gooding. Just announce a mclaren f one for auction. The streetcar the three seater auction at pebble beach. No i've been a check just announced today it super-secret if you had a guest now where the market is on those. What do you think they set the estimate. Or what do you think the the range management's well. They gave a number neo addition so they gave a number said in excess of a number. So they do a traditional thing. The estimate so what do you think. The asset is on an f. One while we know that one sold two years ago. I think yeah for maybe twenty. Three million bucks. Different fangio addition. Yeah all right. Yeah that was that was like the our model alegre so the album. Yeah something or it's plus like that. That had a little connote something on the thing that said this is a special whatever our badge and so i so that would mean. I'm i'm doing leno because leno has one and he loves it he loves he loves the fact and he loves the fact that he paid sticker for that car. And everyone's what no one likes paying sticker well paying sticker if the sticker is six eighty five and the things three million bucks. Now sorry fifteen. Don't show me max bad. let me guess right. I'm going to say is just you say was ninety three alpha. Actually i didn't i. I think they're all ninety. Three ninety. three ninety four shows the car. i didn't okay. I know what they look like. Thank you. I'm well aware of what the vehicle looks like. Have you ever held. Its special if it's not a special edition and it's just the mclaren. F warning streetcar justice clarence f wine. It is low miles Twenty seven thousand four hundred kilometers. And i am going to say i'm going to say they're looking for seventeen million bucks from that car. I would agree with you. I don't know where they set the lower end of whatever they said estimate in exodus an plus fifteen million. Oh they're saying the floors fifteen if you got fifteen. Don't even walk in the room if you got fifteen one right. You're allowed it. That sounds about right. I'd say the floors fifteen and they're looking for seventy. Yeah or something between ninety two ninety eight one hundred six mclaren f one's belt little expensive. There are a little expensive for for what they are. It's just one of these cars at just caught on as just kind of a cool supercar. But i mean it's cool looking and the three seat and the performance but if if i went to you with anything else and said here's a cool looking car with goofy looking wheels and it has an engine from a different manufacturer and it has a mercedes benz. I think it's a bmw. I'll be up yeah But like. I guess it's sort of what pakistani is doing. Ghani's you're cool and i guess we're still pulling money but he uses an amg engine now. He has amg built him bespoke engines. Not a crate. Engine off the assembly line. He does something and unique with them. So i guess that offers a little bit of of something. Yeah at certain cars. Cars shirt like bands or something like the. There's no good reason why this band should be more popular than that ran. But they just are and we'll see how long it lasts but that car. Just you know. There's certain cars that i think are overvalued and the certain cars that i think are undervalued and that cars definitely in my overvalued but on the other hand you know and it's one hundred six of them which is more than you know thirteen or something like that. Why a fourteen and a half or almost fourteen million dollar difference between let's say an f. One anna jag. Extra to twenty. Yeah i don't know they made this many than than made a couple more jags i. I really frowned on a little bit. Because of the six but it wasn't a lack of engineering. No i i agree or even something like the maserati see twelve while the c twelve twelve that enzo money or better because it's more rare than the end. It's it's on end so gase wide like a hundred or v fifty of them. I think i don't know. But i i looked sixty four road going cars as i looked at those cars eight years ago and why the fuck is in this thing i thing i think they're better looking than the enzo till the end says that could look and and if you guys look up the car you go. Oh that's that is cool piece. And i think they've caught the answers and made mc twelve self not seeing for for a long time but the point is you are right. No i'm right in that. Why isn't your played. Racquetball can't both with my point. Is this that mc twelve things under five million bucks wise in that nine million bucks if the mclaren is eighteen million bucks. That's sort of what i'm saying. I an mc twelve hasn't sold since twenty thousand eighteen. there's been a couple of high bids and the most was two point. Five million in two thousand sixteen one win for three point two and then two point five million in two thousand eighteen and then most recently looks like Dubai was two point. Four high bid. No sale see that car. You're i wanted three million. It's lower than the end zone. As i agree that that should be equal any rich guys listening get yourself one of those Mc twelve if if if it's three million dollars that's you should buy that car and and you should root for the mclaren dakota. Yeah that route friends go up as well because it's just gonna take that. Nc twelve with him all right. Let me tell you about J. b. weld world's strongest bond pros of trusted it for fifty years plus. And you don't need a pro because you're pro when you get yourself some j. b. weld or proud of j. b. weld positives as a sponsor i personally know the owners good people ran into him at sima hung out said. Why don't you come aboard. I use weld all the time. Well i use j. b. weld long before they became a sponsor. Because that's your automotive world. You had to use j. b. weld now. They make everything even fiqh sunny shoe recently with some of their product. J. b. weld acquired herculaneum. Diy truck bed liner. 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The big engine is in the in the top trim package and i'm excited about doing kind of this road trip to try it out but you know we really been kind of liking the look of genesis. We haven't driven the suv yet. I thought it was the same platform as the kia. Tell you right. But i'm actually not really sure because i don't recall how big it is and i hate to say put. The whole tiger woods thing seemed to really be one of the biggest pieces of promotion for that vehicle. Ever always talking to a alastair from edmonds and he said after. That accident became the most searched for vehicle at edmunds dot. Com was the g eighty. And i think people were just wanted to see what it was and to of course the sheriff going on the news and going. Yeah this vehicle saved his life so people like. Oh that's how i like that. I like lifesaving gul's signed me up for that so it should be an interesting ride. They emailed me this morning. They said the car is tied up a photo shoot. Could we deliver tomorrow morning. And i said i'm leaving tomorrow morning. So hopefully they can get it to me by the end of the date. Well it's a. It's an interesting time because there's so much good product out there. I mean it really is a great time to be looking for something. That's relatively inexpensive. Genesis is obviously a higher end vehicle. But you know the the hyundai tucson and the the key is making some good stuff mazdas making some good stuff happening. There's always honda and toyota there. But those little compact kind of smaller size. Suv's there's a lot of good stuff. There's a ton of technology and they work and you know you can be. You may not get the the badge that you want on. The car may not say mercedes. Bmw but you can get a damn good quality vehicle for a real good price these days and that wasn't you know when when i was coming up you had your choice. You could buy something nice and spend a lot of money or you could get a little shit box because the car companies were kind of like ida girlfriend that had a hyundai something from you know. Nineteen eighty nine. or whatever. And that when you when you could choose the hyundai but you're gonna take your lumps. You know what i mean and you could. Even you know nissan was kind of that way even honda to some degree. But i mean if you chose an zuzu something all right that meant. You didn't have money but you you're going to be punished. And now after taking a look at some of these cars like the the tucson especially and spend some time in. That's like still big difference between this and the audi just just thirty grand basically but you'd be perfectly happy driving around with the air conditioning blowing listening to your satellite radio and bluetooth and all the touchscreen and all that in this car so it's really now everything works. everything's nice everything's safe and it's just about what what you want on the batch. Yeah we talked about even if some of these like the genesis is out of the price range. They seem to be pretty good quality. And there's a warranty there and if you can get certified preowned you get like a lease return or something. You might end up in in pretty good shape for something like that. So it'd be interesting to to to take a look at. Hopefully we get that. In the meantime let me tell you guys about dodgers you dig into your toy over there. I'm trying to open my nine thirty five. Which is considerably smaller than it looked. 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It was sure can't find a picture that we got one posted or something but now you have to check august nineteen august twenty nineteen. But there's something there or even if you if you google like car cast or adam corolla porsche. Nine thirty five acme a. m. e. Maybe a picture gonna fuck that car up. Did you already you just trying to drive it up. I was. I got it home and i was all excited right beautiful piece and i was like i thought to myself. You know these cars that they do. They're so goddamn accurate. That i actually would look at the car. I would actually physically look at the car and see what's missing on my car. I see you're not supposed to have a bunch of cocktails and then do that. Yeah so i was. Like i was like ooh curious. How the what engine has in as far as the plant them and stuff. Yeah yeah. I don't answer so i was like i was like The they do such great accurate renditions of everything and my car. Has this sort of horseshoe plan on. Some of the plans are different on some of the engine. Little different configurations. i like. I wonder what this one is compared to mine. I'll just pop. These pins on the rear deck lid and then pop off the real thing and see what the engine looks like. And then i popped one pin like. They didn't really feel like it popped just kinda feel like at brokaw. Who maybe it's stuck. I'll pop the other one. Did i kind of felt like a broke off to okay. And then i was like oh we had this conversation. We had this conversation. The conversation was the ten thousand dollar version. Did not have any things that popped off right. The twenty thousand dollar version had the engine in the fuel tank. And the front and all the other goodies. Maybe prove them wrong. Maybe you need a bust out that. Jbl the pieces that i popped off were black and microscopic and they landed on the black trae you know the blackwood plaque on now is literally looking for a dog hair in a in a blimp. Hangar i was feeling around it fell off was so small and i was like no one's going to know sharpy. Yeah it's just a little t beyond that. But i forgot was but it was about right right. The the lesser costing version doesn't have all the pi's like the fifty five hundred dollar version and like right like the twenty thousand dollar version of it. Yeah and they're they're. They're incredibly complex. You're right well. We went to the to the collector store and they showed us the different versions of of the the bottles. It's think i'm not totally insane. Because every single die cast model. I've ever got the hood. Pops off in the trunk lead deck lid like you can just pop it off. You know just sorta. Can you feel that it's not die. Cast this one's a composite. This one's like molded piece. Well i shouldn't be calling it diane. I'm using a janette generically but either way of fucked it up already still looks good in case all now. Maybe that's why the case is on there so you don't yeah hoke at it. Yeah it's it's beautiful. But like i said. The stuff is so accurate that i started immediately looking at the model and i was going. Oh my car doesn't have those side marker what did they how do they dress it up. A for lamar because they try to recreate the lamar carshow. Are the side mirrors different. Are the lights any. It's more about night. Time lights like for the for the meatball on the side and a weird round orange reflector large round orange reflector slash light. That's in the front. The back of the rear. it's in it's in the back of the front fender. And i don't max pack and enlarge it but yeah there you have it right right there but it it's just round reflector that's behind the front tire. Maybe it's a class indicator when it goes by whatever the orange lights they know what class car and then there's a white light or yeah i and i don't know if it's heated up or just a stick on reflector or it's got a light bulb in it or whatever it is but it's really kind of that like just looking at that. Maybe a couple other little marker lights and things like that that you would have if you're running all night and endurance race. That is yeah along with like the goodyear tyres with the big goodyear written on them and that stuff. it's a it's a cool piece. It was no. It's cool you. I did for that thing. Gyco needs some insurance on your toys. You guys own your home or you rent your home either way. 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They have this incredible like underground. Move them underneath the showroom and the your car is in there the porsche. Gt three the cup car but cup car cup car. Yeah the came and picked it up so always just Do a favor for our friends over calpine. But i always tell them. It's pretty dirty daily. Sean is like it's it's worse than that. It took a couple of hits over at. I got off the fucking track. One of my ash sean. Goes all in. Steve accord shows galvanise. Like i'm going to be very very careful. Shows like doesn't matter it's all screwed up. I was like all right. What do you said he's like doesn't matter. Do this car is screwed up and blow it out as like diet and got a little dust in it. Yeah little into the desert now. You lowered the front end on that to race it now. You didn't lower it a little bit. I thought you solve the car in life brings the nose down. That's kind of a thing you. I don't i don't Often argue with you on these kind of details but that car was just as is as i recall we can check with sean in a few minutes. Then that th that that was already low the other porsche needs to have the front down. And the nissan z car kept saying bring the front and it was too hein. Schon was talking about something inside. Go out and do a practice session. And then i'd come back and they'll go lower the front end and he'd lowered but he was kinda begrudgingly thought. It was going to interfere with something or do something. And then i'd go out and do another session and go bring the front down more like we can sit in. But it's all the static. How it happened. I car ended up bringing that car z. That you're talking about all the way down. As far as the colo's would allow it right. Then he was concerned it was going to start thrown off a and stuff. Yeah or rubbing. Yeah i think there was a rubbing issue bayfield revenue. That's the point. 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Episode 97: Myte la Chingona
"Hi, this is and this is and we are Latino much the podcast. We talked about important things like. Visit I sort of St Louis. The right one. Hello. Hello. Could show. Hi, Bob Alito. Hey, heavy TWA. I like that one. How are you? Good. I'm full full. Yes. Oh, that's good. Well, it had a really good lunch. Yeah. The company of really good. Oh my gosh. We have a very very special guest today, but very special the one and only might they from the famous podcast governess itching onus is here in the studio, the top podcast of Latinos who lounge from two thousand seventeen. Yes. That's right. We're both tops. Everything's changing. Hi, might they. All right. How you doing good? Now that I'm here with you guys. Oh, gays gay. The gay agenda. So what did we have for lunch everyone? We had this little superman Christian place in. In Boyle heights support. Local they've been there. Forever has tech support triggering businesses. We had. She liked lists. On chiller salvo that shit was good as Angeles. Ultima Headey continue. It was I love those killers my favorite. What do you think? That's what it takes wrong. Because were crushing look. They went to the fucking volcano that stone and shape, it'd be they were actually there. They were. Okay. They were really good. You can listen to their fucking good. I just I think they were just fine. No that sauce has he's telling me how about I'm telling you. I feel about tell you the truth. This are known and amazing. That's because they're no one's an amazing, basic, okay? They can think about is the chiller killers. Shadow do yet in Mexico City who took me to this place, coach killers. That's a fucking rate name and the killers where they were pretty fucking killer. I did like that the at this place. We went to really crispy. Yeah. I think that's important to have the balance. You know, what I didn't like is the treatment of the presentation like the eggs should have been on top of the list. Really, you know. Yeah. I don't like when they help. According to Rick Bayless. Sprig of salon show on the top with a Watkin. Chapa lean. Reduction. With chomping Yoenis. Anyways. But there's so many. Well, we talked about it a little bit in the sunshine episode about the differences within she lives. Yes. Right. You can get saggy lucky. Liz, Aggie baby a hard. Look you. Okay. This were like perfect consistency. Let's talk about I just wanna talk about personally like how your family makes you lucky. How does your mom? Make them my mom rarely makes this. So I don't even remember. But my aunt she like Rosa shadow two rows of Sega. Hey, Seda, you know, hydros, she's puzzle. Anyway. He vindicated us like strips. Fuck in cooks them. She lives in order. Yes. I knew it cooks them super crispy and then the sauce so it's a little bit seiger than what we God. But what I like about you like, this is the process of Saginaw. It's so you get. Oh, okay. So you get you get the the crispy and by the by the time you finishing the letter Sacchi. That's a good likely. Yeah. Gang bangers. Sagging. You know, what that means in jail, right? Shifting. Well, my mom is glut Amal. And so she's like fuck y'all Mexican I'm doing my ship my way, and she starts with a little bit of a corn oil in my coma. Sola that's all. And then to put the little she puts onions in it, and she like infuses onion. So you know, how you can cook the until like black ends, and then take it out, and then she puts fresh onion. And so till it starts to caramelized a little bit. And then. And then she puts tortillas cut up like chips, and she Chris them up really nice with the onions with salt and onion, and then she makes salsa and pours it on top. And then puts the on top of that. And actually scrambles she scrambles it and then puts this on top. So it's like already, and then if you wanna get fancy put some cheese in it. And and then after that, there's this powdery quantum all and cheese. And you put that on top of the TSA, let's like layers of sodium and high blood pressure. And your mom Mambi making some soggy as. But I mean, I honestly when I was growing up I didn't like Sheila. So I would make her like I wouldn't make her do matters instead a little bit. What is that? It's like you just tomato sauce. Now, I'm like all about the spice, but she doesn't make food anywhere. Freeholder to good. What is that? It's like you make you make a bean sauce. Ooh. The best infra collapse. I had they were in Oaxaca because they're they cook the free Hollis with butter and also what got they Lucia. So that shit is gourmet and it was like on the side of the road. It will. So fuck it was so often thick so tend to go it was so good. But yeah, every are they were not my favorite growing up. But now, I crave them. So. Enough about what her tears. Coveney special. What? Forgot her Dave his loser. Whatever she's like. So how's your food is like thought the signs? Oh, yeah. If. And how do you make that as the everything that's all Mexican food is? Sure different. We love it. We love it. It's just so might the urine LA you've been here for a while. Now, tell us about moving from Texas shut out to all the may seem podcasters in Texas. Yes, I miss all of you guys in a hit you at the same time. So I have to say my reached out to us. I believe a while back and I had a residency in Austin, Texas. And I said, hey, I want to come to Dallas. And visit y'all you're like great. You can stay with me stranger. And I was like, okay. So I went out there and recorded a couple episodes with you, which was so awesome. And we became instant friends. Listener. So yeah, tell us a little bit about. Yeah. Texas and your podcast why you decided to start one. I was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. And I don't know. I always I never really felt at police. There's something that I had recently been talking about. I don't that. I recently realized since being away from home that I never really felt comfortable there being myself. They're always kind of like a triple stack of coats witching over there. And but I now that now that I'm away from it. Like, I also miss it. I don't know. But it's it's only I've only been here like not even a year yet. And I'm already can only Texas of the place that I wanted is it not that I wanna live. How long have you been in LA? I've been in LA, I think like nine months. Yeah. Not long at all. And I just I it's not like necessarily see like, oh, this is my home. I love it here. Even though I do really like it here. But I also don't see Texas home anymore, which is really weird. And why did you move to LA because according to every single source that I could look up. Basically, the only place that you can become a screenwriter for television is here. This is the place to be if you wanna get anywhere near the business, man. That's that's what I wanna do are you actively working on some scripts and working on one right now. Yeah. Honestly, I wish I had been actively working on at the last nine months, but I wasn't everybody has a process. So sometimes you can ride one in two weeks, and sometimes it will take you two years. So yeah, yeah. I'm totally working on right now. Procrastinating, but I'm doing it bull. You also work. You also have a podcast. So I mean, it's a lie. She is busy. Can I can I pitch a script? You. Tremors single tremor seeing south of the border. Okay. So the tremors. You remember tremors? Those snakes that burrow under the ground lost snakes. Well, they're like these creatures burrow under the ground. Reba wasn't one of them. Reba mcintire. But this is a twist they're working with with all of the documented people in the United States and the tremors. They're building tunnels under the wall to get us over here. And it's a scary movie for white people. It's like not get out but get in. Tremor single again. I was just talking about get out. It was just such a fantastic film. Good. Yeah. Okay. Back to your podcast. So what is your podcasts about? And why did you start it? My pockets is covered on etching on us and me and my co host Fred buy pizza who like met on the internet eight years ago or something like that we used to talk about queer film, sometimes crew TV basically since since I have had Twitter like we've been talking about it ever since then. And you know, there's been very few sources for like queer things and general Crear media in the past and auto straddle was one that we used to we used to visit frequently and they put out this list of lake best films best queer films or whatever with women at him. And we're like it's missing so much missing this missing. And we just don't know we show like we thought we could do a better, and we're like, and she was really into podcast casting. She's really into you guys in particular. And she showed me some of the podcast. And I was like, you know, what I'm looking down. This sounds really fun, actually. So we started a podcast. And now, we just talk about representation, not just queer. But POC representation we try to concentrate more on like. And lesbians because it's what we are. So that's what we do. You. I fell in love with you guys one time. You were I think it wasn't the some of the first episodes, the you were describing a movie, and then you think it was fry puppy toe said, oh, there's a straight kiss. I think both of you at the same time when like. Like, oh, my God does freaking out show ever. Because this is the thing in media in popular culture. We're always trying to reverse the formula the problem with that is that when you reverse the formula you end up Ray, forcing the stereotypes you're like, I'm just gonna do a show with lab next lawyers. But that's a reminder of the stereotypes at the same time. So they reinforce each other. When you don't push that. And he falls naturally. That's what you get good results. So your show started to reverse the formula without even trying. That's just what you guys are. And that's in itself important political statement because it's not actively trying to undo something. And then it's an it's turn and dubs reinforcing the same old tros, and they same shed. You guys are just doing you doing what you like. And the result is fucking amazing. This is why we talked about it. And what we made it like our favorite podcast last year. And I mean, you guys are always one of the two goal parkas that will listen to even when you guys are fucking drunk. Sometimes have no idea what the fuck is happening. But I'm living God those days. The first twenty episodes are ninety percent Strunk. Yeah. Pretty great. But if those while I have a lot of like, stage freight and speaking frightens at least put Mike in front of my face, and I would freeze up on better about it now. So I had to drink, and that's how I could talk in front of Mike. But yeah, it was just an also always a lot of fun. Yeah. Shout out to your brother. We drink all his alcohol. Waitress guests, remember that? Oh, yeah. I remember. Yeah. Drink anymore. So it's fine. So what are some of the like the positive things or some of the feedback that you guys have gotten because I know you were just featuring fears do and some other people starting to pay attention to what you guys are doing. Yeah. Mostly what I've loved about. It is people like which is nothing like you said, it's not something that we set out to do people who are like. Wow. Like take a break from white this male voices. Like, this is where you gotta be because we're we're not we're not any of those things. And like I'd never saw as that thing is like some sort of break from whatever like I saw this just like a span Girling. That's what I thought of my podcast as I. But people kind of look at us like completely just like this thing that's just completely separate from their day-to-day lives. Yeah. That's so fucking cooling. I know like a couple of listeners are like lawyers or law students or they're like all kinds of different like, a priest. You know what I mean like? That's awesome. So many different things. And I was just like how do people like I thought that it was just going to be like a few other like lesbian. So that would be listening to. But it's been just like such a variety of people, and that's been so nice. But that's that's also why it works with the formula. Because you're doing it for you guys. You're not doing for anybody. And what's awesome about it? Is that what you guys are doing for you for you? It's filling avoid that that it's a lot of people have been looking for for a long time. So I think that's what you get those successful. When you try to brand formulate sometimes you end up with a product that looks like other things. But when you're just doing it for you, and your friend and some people happen to tag along. That's what you get the good results. And in shows it shows in the in the episodes experience. So since your podcast is about gay media and POC media. Let's focus on the gay though. Sure, what are some of your favorite game movies television shows maybe something that you're watching right now? Good, and this is going to come out in the future. So we're going to probably be talking about old shit by the time. It's comes out. But it's still good to talk about it. Actually, I've been watching started watching this Canadian she'll called burden of truth and also fucking pleasantly surprise and forget like it's Canada. Like, of course, it's going to be a little bit better. But I because they had to allegedly minor characters like these two teenage girls one white girl and one indigenous grow, and they they couple together. And I was like all they're going to have like probably like this. There's only one season out. So I was like two or three scenes that I get to enjoy this whole season. They're in every single fucking episode. And they're like affectionate touching each other. It's not like that in like, we don't talk about it type of thing. Like, it's actually in every single sewed seven watching that a lot and I'm really excited about it. But other things that I've been watching actually diet land is only a little bit gay. What is it? I it land I land. What is that on to? Okay. It's based on a book, which I read the book recently. It's so good. It's all about this woman. Who is she's fat? And she doesn't wanna be she's doing everything power to not be and she has been her whole life relatable. And then she just finally like. It gets a bunch of people in her life who see her. She is which is beautiful regardless in like, that's not even that's not a negative factor. The factor, but it's not a negative factor for once in her life. And that's kind of what the show is about. Plus throws in shitload of activism, like really hardcore feminism like chop off the man's penis. Minimum. Nice. So I'm enjoying the data that show all good stuff. And then pose is really good right now surprised how much I like that. I was a little worried because the acting is kind of in the first episode. But then you Murphy. A Ryan Murphy show. But then I couldn't believe that all the trans characters were TRAN transact. There's I'm like, well, this is an important. So over one hundred and fifty transistors were cast was stewed. You gotta watch I'm going to it's incredible. And then once, you know, the mother of the house of abundance once you see that she's based on crystal Beija, which is from have you ever seen that movie the Queen? That's that's another game. She's actually talking just like her. So it sounds like it's like bad acting. But she's actually emulating crystal the Beijing. So it totally makes sense because it's like this. It's like this weird thing that happens in the gay community like either sound like really heard or you sound like a British person. Hello, darling. How are you talked? So she's unlike the British side, so she like pronounces over pronounces a lot of shit. Yeah. It's so funny so drama. Yeah. It's it's really it's really fucking good though. Like, I was really surprised and one of my coworkers. Actually, he worked on the pilot. And he was telling me because I was like, oh, I heard that like Ryan Murphy like took the backseat on this. Like, he really like just concrete at a space transpeople work in it. And I think that's true. Yes. Like, but he's still directed. The first sewed. Okay. But then I think I mean, Janet mock is one of the producers so and then she ended up directing I think the fifth episode or six episode. She's heavy alcohol, which is good. Yeah. So that's really cool. Hopefully, the keep those why producers and check these there's white people actually playing ping pong right outside of our studio right now. Let me go talk to them. And Secondly like. Good. Good. It's like it's like backwards. You're taking the power, you know, how white women are calling the cops on everything it's going to be you. Sport. Belong to. Use petting on your table. To me. Like. I want to jump in it. That's so funny. Okay. Bring. Okay. Okay. So pose and then. Then fuck what does watching like slacking because I've been watching more movies lately and not not gate. One's interesting gonna break. My guess straight. Just tells the truth it blames scissor don't blame me. My head touching five years. We speak. No, we're so solved. Okay. The studio right now. In five minutes when you're done. No, we promise wouldn't do anything. Unless from the quotas radio is in the same room. Oh, her bracelet. We're triple. Wow. Little how about you. I don't even watching geisha because you are the guest was going. I haven't what what's going on. I'm watching on my block that on my block. You said said TV show that takes place here's south so centrally. Yes, how centrally and it's just teenagers and dealing with everyday life. But he's fucking hilarious. I've also just have one episode away from finishing with love the level. This meal bitch would just got into it in what? But I should so good. So good, so good. So good on Netflix. There's like twelve. I saw it in here. What no I typed yesterday. And it wasn't here. It's an Netflix in Mexico. Not here. Really netflix. Maybe McCaw go anyway. Shitting yourself. When it goes too far. Like, I'm glad you're shitting on a regular basis. I'm just so happier. Pooping now regulating my of movies with my booth, but nothing explicitly gay. I mean, I guess watching mighty Felix is movies in all her glory. It's yeah. Because we're always like, ooh. Jazz clean come through. I browse the if you wanna see money Alex in all her glory with all her fucking amazing dresses Dona the they want to watch. It is. So good. Let's see. So recently, I've watched I've been on planes a lot. So I've gone to watch a lot of the geisha that I missed last year and the year before so like fantastic woman. Frozen. Very inappropriately. What did I watch commie by your name? I heard it was really good. There's one scene where it's absolutely amazing. Yeah. The rest of it's okay. Yeah. I liked the movie I just have a problem with movies that like normalized pedophilia and movie does that because the kid is actually seventeen and the guy he's fucking with is like four twenty five twenty five thirty. I mean in real life, probably like thirty something like twenty three thirty years. And down. Why people are aging, right? So. They smoke a lot in the movie, but I did like the scene where actually made me cry with the dad talking to him because the dad just kind of knew what was going on. And that was like really that's a pri- that caught me caught me off guard because that's not like the narrative we're used to is like the data accepting the sun for who. He is what they did in the movie to make it. Okay. Was to make the kid make the first moves. So like, so it was like the kid wanting the older man kind of that doesn't make it. Okay. No, Italy things when Italy, I guess, they have different age restrictions. Yeah. But it's also here in two in the states here like age of consent is sixteen in some states, only if you're within a certain age range with that kind of story setting in Italy. It's just like this platonic thing philosopher and and to a loop. No, it's like a very classical thing that somehow back in the day was accepted like in. The classical time. So yeah. Liberate. I'm sure yeah. Totally. What else have I seen? Fantastic woman. Yes. That was really great. I sell wrinkle in time. I wasn't impressed. Most people weren't I haven't even seen it yet. That movie was awful. I was like what is this? Okay. This is a movie that would have benefited from some gay people working on it a makeup on those women. They should have hired raven. They should hired some drag queens to like do the makeup on. Simoni raven the drag Queen who does repulse makeup now. Night is girl talking right? Let me tell you about ravens home, which I've been watching. Yes. That's all. I want to say is. I've never seen Oprah with crusty dusty makeup on until this movie. Like, yes, I love good over like that it Disney money, right? Like come on. That is this. They hired some drag queens the fuck him up. It would've looked amazing. I mean, Mindy Caliente look good. But everybody else in it anyway. And I don't understand what the fuck the movie is like what the bitches turned into a plant. I'm done with this. I fucking man turned into a tuba and. Eight greens. Let's see what else I'm watching pose. I'm watching my house on by sland, which is like a docu series about the ball scene now. And I just watch a lot of drag Queen shit so drag race Thailand. Greige? I didn't finish watching the switch from because the way too long, and it was like four. So it's a week and didn't use also there like racist. Fuck. Yeah. I mean so is repulsed drag race. But we still watch that. So yeah, that's what I've been consuming. How about you? Oh, you're. You said nothing. So okay. I have my fair gay film of all I want to know what your one is. Let's talk about it. Which was yours is called undertow under. Yeah. I have heard of it. Tell me about it. It's a movie the takes place in barrow in a tiny little village. So this gay this gay couples spent some time there, and it's just a lot of things about being gain this mall town, and it all leads to a funeral scene. That will fuck in the store you it's so it's such a beautiful thing because it's not like over the top. It's not your typical. It's just happens to be a love story. But it's all it all leads to that funeral scene. So I won't say anything more because I want everybody to watch it. But. Issue. It's yes. In Spanish Peruvian. It's in Spanish, and it's called undertow undertow. I think in Spanish his contract Corean. Oh, yeah. That's my favorite gay film of all time. Interesting. Fucking com. It's it's a British film called imagine me. And you oh, I haven't seen it. But yeah, it has Lena hedonist who is associate killer like everybody and incest Queen on game of thrones. She's in it. And so is piper Otto. And it's it's actually a really basic as cons up. Whereas like to like this just gets married, and then she has love at first sight moment with being a Haiti's character, and they deal with the consequences of it and shit like that. But I just I don't know. It was the first movie that I ever saw that was lake nice to clear people or like, it wasn't like somebody's hiding secret. And like, and then they're betraying people like on purpose because they want to you know, what I mean, they just they just don't feel like they made them seem like villains. And I don't know I fucking love the shit out of that movie. And I used to I remember I was like fifteen or sixteen when I saw this movie like in Mexico at you know, they used to go to those. Little not blockbuster the publishers. Tell me more. All I saw was like who's like a bride and groom. And then this other girl on the two were holding has behind their back behind his back. And I'll just like they can do that. And like I can secretly rented the movie and secretly watched the movie like this whole ordeal. Anthro those they would call. It was it was it was not even be the center. It was just like a stand alone one. Yeah. It was great. And so yeah, that was just the first time that I'd ever seen anything that was cannon gay. It wasn't just an undertone. It wasn't just like a one off kiss. But it's the first time that I ever saw anything like that. And they have had a happy ending never seen that the first game movie. I saw before I ask you. It wasn't a really gave. It's a movie was at college movie called threesome. Yeah. And it was all about the three some seen in our teenager. Now's like. Is. Can just shake you to your core sadly enough. I was like I need to go to college. Like, I would. And so that's when I started thinking about college because of that fucking scene. It is what a call it a word. He worked was your favorite gay. Whoa. My favorite gay movie. Oh, that's a great question at there's so many movies, and everyone that I'm thinking about is so fucking problematic. But let's see what's my favorite game movie. I think the liking. What's that movie over and over again, there's so many gay characters in that movie the doom by the electrons on him. Classic like chicken sick and hawk drink scar. Scar is totally. Every villain very feminine. We're talking about. We're talking about lying came villain. Every okay. Let's get into it. Every villain on every Disney movie is a gay character from Ursula from. Did you know that she was based on divine the makeup and everything? No drag makes sense Joe far Aladdin who turns out to be like, the even the voice actor. I think he's allegedly a pedophile. So that's not even perfect casting. Yeah. And then. Scar in The Lion King. Let's see what other just said Disney. What we krill the DeVille? She was trans. Let's see beauty and the beast. I sorta got homeboy oh guest on total gay gay gay gay captain hook that Queen Dan though. Holy shit. She is fierce God. Yeah. Pocahontas the fucking poodle. Oh, yeah. I don't remember that raccoon to he gave me a little southern. Honestly, though, if you want to ten minutes of Pocahontas where it's just her and like she's rejecting homeboy, and then she's like super cool with that girl. I always like in my head. I was like she just likes the girl, but at the foot and John Smith ruin my life. Yeah. So I mean, a lot of these movies pellets enough, a real my favorite queer film. That's hard to say. I want to say the birdcage just because it was like the first time I've seen it. But it's fucking love them. It's such a you know, it's like two one food the birdcage like all those old game movies. They're like so problematic because they like h will no they like paint gay people in a certain way. But it was the first time that I'm like, oh, this is like people are celebrating it and seeing it and positive way. And I think that was a positive experience fucked up Latino character to me. He was quashed Amal and. Relatable? When she wants to. I don't remember remember remember when she goes I deal. He has a Cuban accent. And he's. This is not this is not believable. God was there a moment in film in your film watching history where what was the you? Remember that moment where you're like fuck. Hey, yeah. I had to and I don't know which one came first because I just kind of went through a lot of my younger life being like, oh shit M. I, and I would completely push out of my mind, but those two times, but the main one that I talk about is during this movie called what does that John Tucker movie called kill John? Tucker must die dying. This like typical fucking like high school bullshit movie. But there's a scene where homegrown who used to be on one tree hill for her name. But she kisses Brittany snow, and like she's teaching her how to kiss like really good or whatever. And I was excused because they always they always looking to that shit like women just to have them, whatever they make up some excuse for it. And that was excusing that movie, but those are for some that I saw it. And like, I remember goes home alone. When I watched that movie, and I repeat it ten times because I had never felt like that excitement before and my fucking life and replayed it like ten times. And then I don't remember like what happened after that? 'cause I didn't think. Was gay after that. I just was really into that scene. Yeah. I didn't realize I was getting some other shit happened. And then yeah, that was one of the moments other moment was on we call thirteen with all the crazy. Yeah. Crazy with even Evan ritual. If it was something, whatever one of those white girls, Lee, she. She also kisses the other on that in that movie. When I was just like obsessed like rewind rewind rewind rewind. Unfortunately, it was like the male gaze that. I don't know. Maybe that's why I didn't realize close like meant for for men like this seems for. So when you watch him movie, you're like, oh, this is not meant for men like this is not with a like gale. I mean, the male gaze, can you tell all really reasonably 'cause it was always for the male gaze Elkin toll recently burden of truth this show that it talked about earlier like they were sweet tweets other. You know what I mean it wasn't about sex. It was them being love, and that's distinct difference. And that made me obsessed with that shit immediately. User moment in film, that you like shed. What do you mean like super gay and that you're like, oh, maybe that's that's what I am. I mean, I already knew like I remember I used to have. I used to have dreams about being best friends with Jonathan Taylor. Thomas. I just want to be his friend and hang out with him all day. And. In retrospect, I'm like, oh, I see. But I remember I used to love that. You know, what it's so funny. I was just thinking about the other day. There's this movie called man of the house, that's really problematic. It's chevy. Chase is done than Taylor. Thomas is like stepdad or like his so, okay. So Johnny tow. Thomas lives like in Seattle or something with his mom who's played by Farah Fawcett, who's a fucking babe even even in her older days and his mother is a found object sculptor. So she just like walks around all day on the beach and finds objects, and then makes these like big like like assemblage like collages on the walls and stuff. And that was the first time like I was exposed to artists like that. So like really affected me. I liked the movie to watch those scenes like to see the mom, even though it was just like driftwood and shells and trash and shit. Like that got my wheels turning the other part of the movie Beetlejuice. The other the other part of the movie is faira faucets. Love interest is Chevy Chase. And he's like trying to win over the love of Jonathan Taylor Thomas character, and he wants to be done within Taylor. Thomas wants to be an Indian guide. Like citgo to to be part of this boy scouts troop. And it's like Indian like native American themes, so like Chevy Chase becomes like a counselor and just that he's and just to like go camping with him and then hilarity ensues in the woods. And they say a lot of fucked up things and trivialized. But I remember one part of the movie where they they're practicing all these white people are practicing, a rain dance to make it rain. And it's like, everybody dance. Do the rate. And it starts to rain. It's so stupid. It's so bad. But that was I wasn't getting feelings like that. But I just remember being I remember having dreams about being like in that movie. That's so fucking weird. But. I don't know there's different movies that have characters that you're like, oh my God. Like Brendon Frazier, and like Georgia the jungle you're like interesting, I really loved this movie or like there's that scene. I remember that scene in dude. Where's my car? Do you? Remember that scene where Ashton Kutcher makes that with the other guy. Just call that was like holy shit. So, you know, things like that just little things. Just little things. Yeah. I have a question. Did you say your movie have one? Okay. Didn't you say did I didn't? So you said you're leaving. When you first got a glimpse of something. It wasn't a movie, but it was like music like there was this singer Beto Cuevas from LA, and they had a sung-chol plus one plus six or some shit like that. And it was about a party where everybody's doing anything with everybody. And I remember hearing the lyrics and just be like, oh, I want to go to that party. In film. No, I don't remember. I mean, I think it was that stupid movie threesome that I was like, Ooh, I want to go to college. Biddle that said like not actually a movie, but I wanted to ask you because now you're so busy, right? You have your full time job. You don't have to talk about your full time job. You also trying to right what kind of responsibility. Now, you feel that you getting more attention with the podcasts of always watching stuff because that's kind of it's in a way. I feel like I mean, you can tell me, but the you feel like it's a job now as opposed to just like you having fun watching stuff. Sometimes it's it's I wish I could just like I'm still into area. Still wanna watch this gay representation. I wanna watch these things I still want to but having to lake actively seek out variety of things because I don't want to do the same thing every time. I don't want it to be white characters every time or whatever it is. That's where I kind of have trouble sometimes on. And that's when it starts to feel like a job because I'm just like, I'm not particularly interested in watching this thing right now. I'm eventually going to watch it. Yeah. But i'm. Pushing it forward on my list, Tucker. Lot of stuff. Yeah. Yeah. Cover at least like one usually is like one movie and one show in each episode. And that's. Three weeks month. So yeah. There's a lot. But I don't know. So it does feel like a job sometimes, and then editing kind of feels like a job sometimes. But at the same time like when I'm actually recording that our I'm like, I'm having fun 'cause I can finally like let out these feelings and all this other shit talk about it. So it's like, yes. And no, you know, what? I mean. Like, it does what it doesn't. But I I don't know. I I don't wanna stop. Because like, I think we're we've had a surge of representation of all sorts. And it's it's such an interesting thing to me to see where some people are failing. And we're people are going, really, right? And what elements affect like always it because they had a gay writer is it because they put more money into it. Like, what's what is it? That's making it good. What's making it bad? Like, even when they're bad like, I'm okay with it like all this drama with then people having mixed feelings about it. I love seeing why they think those things, and I love making my own conclusion of why they're feeling that way. Or why it turned out that? Like, so it's it's been interesting for me as a writer because I one day one, right? A show that's probably going to be this heavily critiqued. And I wanna know why. And what elements is there is there? Something still missing that you looking for in this film's. Is there something that you're still want to see a TV person more than anything the films? Like is it a show where you like this is what I've been waiting all my life or you're like, yes. But I'm still missing this element. I think there are several shows that are covering little things that I'm liking and be that actually covered. A lot of what I wanted to see. And the bull type is doing a lot of what I wanted to see and this movie called circumstance, actually, actually this movie called circumstances. Aclu's place in my heart because it covered a lot of what I have gone through. So I think bits and pieces of all this media. Like there hasn't been one thing that encompassed everything, but I've seen them in little bits of everything which has been really nice. But I wanna make it all together. Are you working on that like on that script kind of kind of? I'm finally letting myself do something that is about more personal things because I've been trying to go like, oh, wow. This shit is wonderful or the political and those mysteries making a statement. And I'm bringing bring myself back hunter and being like just do single. Yeah. So I am kind of working on that. Yeah. All right. 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Great wonderful, go live your Mitchell on fantasy Linda Mitchell con on east desert in tell them Latinos who lunch set you. Okay. Bye. Wait, save water, drink Margaritas. Linda, mitch. Deleted. And we're back. Listen to you guys. I always do that same time as well. So I was recently in Reno. Well, I'll just an April ahead a big show in Reno. And I actually based it on three films with queer women in it. So I wanted to create this safe space, and I was just thinking about little tonight experiences in the last year, and the safest ever felt was like Wellesley college, which is an all girls school or sorry. I should say a women's college. And then we were at we all grow let the summit when I was asked to do a show like to honor the LGBT community and Reno I thought, okay, I'm gonna make it about women trans women queer women, lesbian women. So I I looked at different movies. And of course, the first one that I thought about was sister act. I think that movie is like really queer, and it's because of what Bobby Donna have talked about like nuns kind of. Being in this like, I mean, they're women, but they're also like genderless like they're supposed to be a sexual, but they're not. And so they they told us really weird line that I really attracted to because they're like, I don't know. I don't know they're very relatable to me. But so sister act was based in Reno, and that was actually based on the movie that Beverly tow showed me call entity near less, which is a model of our movie that's really gay, and it's about like these lesbian nuns in Spain that take a rockstar kinda hostage and end up like all having these dark habits like one's a drug dealer. One writes like dirty novels one is like an animal black-market, trafficker and stuff. And it's so it's so funny. So I recruited scenes from those movies in this gallery. And then while I was there I found out about another movie that I wanna tell you about it's like the lesbian. And Brokeback mountain. Have you heard of this movie called desert hearts have heard of it have you seen? It haven't seen. My dad this movie when I thought of you the sex scene in the movie is so incredible. It's it's like nineties movie eighties eighties or late eighties and the sex scene that happened in the movie actually happened in the building that I was making this this insulation and go small moment. Anyway, all that to say, I'm just building because we have we have a listener question, and it's titled cast from the past from our friend. We locate he says all FIV Bobby lethal this week. I came across five is new project that is influenced by the films distract the movie gave me so much joy growing up. It was influential and reminding me that joy is something to be shared, and that sometimes it is necessary to break the rules as creative people. I think we all carry with us the inspirations shown in different forms of media. Whether it's film, music, comics, etc. My question for you is what film would you have loved to be cast in which has got us, willow. Tae be. What movie would you would like to be in or would have liked to cast in? There is a movie that has become my favorite movie called nassredine by Lisbon male. And he plays this missionary travels around Mexico and all this people follow him. That is the perfect character that explains all the fucked up Latin necks and leading American ideas, we have behind capitalism. I wanted to be nothing. I will love that character not gay or super fucking gay. Yes. Nothing that Lou. I don't have a movie but TV show one day at a time on. Just because I did like, especially when I was younger like I was a lot like a very outspoken very like anything, my mom would say it'd be like that's a fucking hypocritical. Ousting say, and so yeah, that'd be really cool. That'd be playing it out. But with more confidence in an openly gay that'd be really cool. What will we would? I like to be in. Oh my gosh. I'm not to me thinking I'll because I have no fucking idea. Okay. I have another question. What what actor will play the role of your life like in the biopic of of Fowey five who will play the fat guy that plays every fat Mexican guy. The guy who played Diego Rivera that. He would play me Molina. Everybody's always like you look like that guy. And I'm like, okay. So like, all right, Jona hill or Molin. I would play me. Oh, yeah. I wanna be in the movie Freda. That's who I wanna be. Would you be who play me five? I don't know help me with this one. I have no idea. I mean, first of all I never memorize names of actors. But I don't know who would play you in a movie, you know, what I did this'll be a good question for listeners. Okay. Who do you think? Bob little and I would be played in a movie like who would play us at a movie. What do you think? I don't know. I can't think of anything you're so unique looking. Are you? Nobody looks like me. Scarlett johansson? She would definitely try it. I love that people fucking read her for trying to to hear about that play trans- transmitted like a drag king movie. Transkei trans man. Oh my gosh. She jumped out. Yeah. Because people are dragging her on the internet because you played the her excuse was actually actually like bullshit because she's like, okay? You guys let white men do. What can I do it? This a whole lots of Hollywood it such as a wife Eminem bobble, man. Comedown I was years ago, and we're not allowing the shit. No more. She got direct to lick saying that she was going to try to play the tycoons save from the cave. They're like she's gonna try to play all of them movie or no. Oh, you know, who I wanna be hate Hollywood. I wanna be the Princess in like panther Cherie Sherie. That's why I want to. That's why I want to be in a movie if it was a black teenage woman. Michael, Jordan Lamey. She's my favorite Michael Jordan own boku. Oh my gosh. All right recommendation time, I'm gonna come in that movie. What? On control Rinta undertow. Okay. Yeah. Because he really it's a good example for awhile. Netflix was cool. So they had all these Latin American movies. So I remember I spent like two months just watching Peruvian movies because Peruvian film this was like years ago. Peruvian films are mazing there's some really just like the topics they play they're very different from other Latin American movies. And then watching those I came across undertow, and I liked that the acting the story how everything leads to that scene without having to be your typical of this is leading America. We're so surrealism bullshit. It's real and it's beautiful. And it's about it's a it's a gay love story that centers on that, you know, and just live happens to happen around that that gate stories. So I think it's I think it's a good movie. So again under TOA put it in the links on the website. I'm going to recommend this movie that I'm forcing my white co workers to watch. Yes. It's called the twin seventies is called the spook who sat by the door. And it's basically about I can't remember FBI CIA, but one of those tour guys Atienza's forced to bring in people of color into their organization, like they're like, you can't just be all why people anymore, and so they basically come up with a plan to like make it seem like they really tried to bring in black people. But they just weren't good enough and one person stands out, and he's just amazing and like he he gets through. But then they just gave him duty and shit after training. They're just like we're just gonna stick on a desk. And he's just going to be a token. And then he does his time he gets out, and he goes back home to like, low income area or whatever. And he goes on teachers everybody what he learns MENA turns into this old militia and extend up against this government, oppressing them. And it's like, it's basically a Republicans worst nightmare. So I want to see it. Yeah. It's the name of it again, the spook who sat by the door crying. Awesome. So I don't understand what it is. I think it's going to be a short film that I saw the preview for the other day. And it was beautiful. It's called KiKi in the mist. And the misfits. Have you heard about this? It's unfamiliar. Yes. So. So I think what happened was is Joe Solloway felt away because Jeffrey tambor ward was that his name Jeffrey tambor number. Yeah. He is a fucking asshole. Yes. And Agana SIS hat white man playing transparent or I was really rooting for transparent. I kind of liked that show the first season. I. Hey, everybody in this fucking show. And I like that about like, yeah, why people suck. So I felt about girls. I gotcha. Stop on it. I didn't finish. But like after the second season. I'm like, the only reason why I'm watching this is because I fucking hate this characters. I was just watching it for Adam driver. The only reason I was watching fucking show. I actually liked the newscasters. What's her name, the one that was in get out William's character? Good good actor. Why should I lost track of what I was saying? What what were they talking? Oh, yeah. So I I saw the preview on YouTube. So check out the previ- for KiKi in the misfits. Maybe by the time. This comes out. We'll be. Short film, and it's gonna be series. I hope it's I really hope it's a series. It's kind of unclear. Working on the budget by the budget. But the cast is all Latin x queers nine KiKi is a trance character and the movie or the series starts with her getting in trouble for using the women's restroom at school because she ate some tacos that didn't agree with her relatable. Right. So. So much. But just watching the preview I was in tears like I can't believe this is actually going to be a TV show. So it's like all clear high school kids in LA, just like fucking shit up. It's so awesome. So check that out. Speaking of what happened to the ever watch that series? Oh, I don't know. They were remember they were they were casting it a little while ago because I'm friends with the creator on Facebook. But I don't know what happened to it. But check out through holes. That's a really good show because. Yeah, we're it's academic. It's everything, and it's takes place in Chicago all of that shit that I said about transparent is because Jill Solloway is actually putting money into KiKi in the misfits. Awesome. So you know, what like shout out to white people actually Ryan Murphy too for creating creating space, and then stepping back and letting people of color, and that the show is representing like actually represent and you know, like as much shit as people talk about transparent like Joe Solloway queer. And that shows how the white and it's like, it's her reality. Same with Lena Dunham like Lena doesn't Lena Dunham really doesn't know better. She's fucking bubble. Like her parentage show her parents are contemporary artists like who. I mean, can you imagine being raised in New York and like in with to like a fancy apartment? Oh, speaking of Bubba within a bubble bobble. Yeah. Of course, you're not gonna have any people of color, and she doesn't know any, you know. So it's it doesn't justify bureau it doesn't justify. But it's like what? And just other problems with our like. Yeah. 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Episode 476: Extending the Season with a From-the-Farm Product Line, with Natasha McCrary of 1818 Farms in Mooresville, Alabama
"Hello, again, and welcome back to the slow flowers podcast with Deborah printing topless owed four, hundred and seventy six. This is the weekly podcast about American flowers and the people who grow and design with them. It's all about making a conscious choice. Can I invite you to join the conversation and the creative community as we discussed the vital topics of seating our domestic flower farms and supporting a floral industry that relies on a safe seasonal and local supply of flowers and foliage This podcast is brought to you by slow flowers dot com. The free nationwide online directory to florist shops can studios who design with American grown flowers and the farms that grow those blooms. It's conscious choice for buying and sending flowers and thank you to Florus Review magazine I'm delighted to serve as contributing editor for Slow Flowers Journal. In. The pages of Florus review read our stories at Slow Flowers Journal. Dot Com. Our first sponsor. Thank you goes to the gardeners workshop, which offers a full curriculum of online education for flower farmers and farmer floors. Online education is more important this year than ever, and you'll want to check out the course offerings at the Gardeners Workshop Dot Com. Listen for details on how you can win a VIP registration for the upcoming Fleur A- virtual summit holiday edition, which takes place. Sunday October twenty fifth through Wednesday October Twenty Eighth Online. I'm returning to speak at this unique for floral conference and I've teamed up with Producer Sean Michael Foley to give away one VIP registration. That's a value of one, hundred, Ninety, seven dollars, and it will go to one of our listeners and you'll have to listen to the end of this show for giveaway details. Today's guest is Natasha McCreery and she and I I met when we started following one another on social media, I think naming her business eighteen eighteen farms was a brilliant move because it's kind of unforgettable and her instagram feed is filled with lots of charming images of flora and fauna, and by fun I'm specifically talking about the old English baby doll south down sheep who reside at eighteen eighteen farms with the flowers in Mooresville Alabama. These animals are so prominent at eighteen eighteen farms that there's an illustration of one on the farms branding and logo the TASHA. We'll tell the story in much more detail, but here's a bit. Miniature south down sheep originated on the South Down Hills of Sussex County. England in the seventeen hundreds. Between nineteen eighty, six, one, ninety-one after becoming almost extinct three, hundred and fifty sheep with the original bloodlines were located and attitude registry. The name English baby doll south down can only be used for sheep that have been accepted by the registry. Baby dolls are standing pets that produce fleece that is in the class of Kashmir a hand spinners delight they provide organic waiting and make excellent companion animals were gentle nature makes joy to own Natasha. Says she rates more about the sheep at eighteen eighteen farms on her website. The idea for this family project originated with my eight year old child who fell in love with the baby doll southbound sheep that he met at a petting farm that we visited in October of two thousand eleven. Owning a baby was all he could talk about. So thinking this would be a fun and Educational Project for family to do together I began researching where to buy a few lambs to raise a family on our land here in. Morrisville. And then as gamble my eight year, old entrepreneur began to plan what he was going to do with his sheep. He wanted to sell the wool sell manure to garden shops charge for photography even stage in a scene at the church if he could find a baby. I began to dream my own plans for a small profitable farm where we could teach our children to appreciate the land and animals and be good conservationists. We also wanted to teach them the importance of being self sustaining. Well, that was eight years ago now, located on three acres in the northwest corner of the historic village of Mooresville. Alabama population fifty eight, eighteen eighteen farms is named for the year Mooresville was incorporated one year before Alabama became a state. Defensible. Types have been hosted in the garden under the pavilions and in the adjacent garden, House and pre Cova. The events included Bloom Strolls Supper and Garden Club gatherings farm-to-table dinners hosted by some of the areas, top chefs and many other activities. The Garden House has also been home to a series of classes including raised bed gardening preservation seats starting raising backyard chickens, wreath, making and flower preparation, and arranging the Tasha has moved some of that education to the new one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighteen farms youtube channel during covert, and you'll hear us discuss that in our conversation. Eighteen eighteen farms bath and beauty products have evolved as an important facet of the mccray family's farm-based business. The farms popular animals appear on the labels of products including Faira, Faucets Beth, t clovers, lips, Mac, and sweet and her scented shake cream in two thousand and one thousand, nine, hundred Natasha's hard work was recognized with the eighteen eighteen farms winning of Amazon's United States woman owned small business of the year. I know you'll enjoy our conversation and be inspired by Natasha's tips and suggestions especially for adding. A non perishable product line to create a revenue stream year round for your farm. All have photos and links to Natasha's social places in our show notes for episode four, hundred, six at Deborah. Printing dot. Com let's jump right in and get started. Welcome back to the slow flowers podcasts with Deborah Printing and I'm coming to you today with. Guests from Alabama, which is really great so far away from me in Seattle this is the Tash McCreery of eighteen eighteen farm in Mooresville Alabama good morning the Tash I guess it's almost noon for you there but who? I ever how are you? I'm excited to be your guest today a long term long-term listener. That's great. Oh, I'm so glad and I'm glad that you joined slow flowers so we could get to know each other better. As I said, we don't have a huge floral community in Alabama I. Think we've got four or five members. So you know I love to see. More activity and I don't know what that's what what's happening there in terms of like active people interested in local flowers. But can you give us a little bit of a snapshot of where you're located in terms of Mooresville Alabama and then also describe eighteen eighteen farm to us a it's a great name by the way. Thank you and I'll go into a little bit about the history of the name. So Moore's Alabama is actually in northern. Alabama. And for listeners just to kind of give you an idea we're probably an hour and a half south of Nashville and maybe an hour and a half north of Birmingham. Okay. A Lot. A lot of times people say, where are you from what we town? Let's say Huntsville because most people have never heard of Mooresville is a popular population if people by fifty eight. And, your family occupies a few of those. There's ten of us. Yet my joke is everyone had more chickens than we have people in our town I love it but it is an incorporated town with mayor and town council, but it's actually the reason our name is eighteen aching farms as a small little down it, which is a lot of people refer to it as Alabama's. Williamsburg. it was incorporated in the year eighteen eighteen in. Alabama. Actually didn't become a state until the year eighteen nineteen. Oh Oh, and yet in our family's been here our kids are six generation to live in her home. So we've been here for quite quite a while. So when we were naming the farm and we were tossing around the idea of starting at agritourism destination, we really wanted to come out with a significant name that would mean something for generations to come and really a nod to the town because. We've been here long the town is is really a nice little tourist destination for people to walk around and step back in time, and we felt like it really tad the whole history together. It's great. It's a wonderful idea to kind of puts puts you on the map historically geographically and also clearly. It's Communicates the idea of a homestead and I don't know if it is a homestead what tell us about your acreage and what you have on this property. So we are are actual as maybe two blocks from the farm. We ride our bikes there's at super close walk but it we didn't have anything Jason to our to our home it. We could have this type of a agritourism. This nation also had to do with zoning. Even in a small town this you have to. You have to abide by the zoning regulations. So at the front town, there was a three Acapella, three acre parcel and it had been a horse pasture for years. And we that's where. We started leasing that land and you have to do a lot of work neighbor. It was probably not been used in fifteen or twenty years so we are. Our boundaries, the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge do I always say you can take care of nature nature will take care of you and the I mean seriously the. The, reputation coach probably into. Half, acre of the land. So we'd have all that land cleared this Privet I. Don't know where are your listeners privet is a problem there but Priv- is very invasive here. So there's a lot of frigate that had had really become invasive and we do a lot of work you know we wanted to be. Really for us because we wanted to be a tourist agritourism destination I didn't really want to go more than three acres. It's very hard to keep win when people visit a farm. The here listening here, farmer was you know way it's like to keep a farm at, but they want it to be what it what it's like in a storybook really for me more than three acres, it is impossible to keep it story Mug, Yep I agree and you've mentioned a couple times agritourism. So that was really you'd and set out to be a exclusively flower farmer. You had a kind of a bigger definition of what you want an eighteen eighteen farm to be right. Yes when we started by Mendelssohn. With a southbound baby doll sheep and if you fall on Instagram, that's the best way our website you'll see these beautiful they like little smiling Katie Beers she. There a heritage breed that was almost extinct in the nineteen ninety S, and we fell in love with this and this is kind of how the whole process started all. He could talk about he was eight years old and sixteen now with owning one of these sheep and he was always the child who? Opposite this before sell toys to his siblings. And you had eliminate stand nothing was free. So even at a young age he wanted to. Have these sheep sell there will sell the manure he wanted to rent them for Nativity scenes like it just like he when he gets going on something. He has saw. Let me stop you for a second because you cut out there some their baby doll sheep is that the name of them? Yes, the south down baby doll she. Just. adorable. They look like when you're fully old giant Teddy bears yeah. I've seen the photos on your instagram feet and on your website what the share photos but they're yeah, they're utterly charming. She'd be like the I don't know the the. Labrador version of sheep right. They are they have so much personality and we're very hands on with them. So we started just to really start this farm and teach our children about sustainability giving that to the land and to have a family building project. You know at that age children you know when you get into a twelve bay, you really WanNa, get them out outdoors and. Not Behind the screen right and for me it was my background was corporate I wanted them to see me starting with the concept building a business plan and you know having a long term business. So of it for me was teaching concept of course, I wanted a successful business but I want them to know about hard work and if you're determined and you work every day and you hit the payment the plan, you can be successful So at the how long ago was this that you? brought sheep into to say eight years. At Two thousand twelve while we started business plan in eleven, twenty eleven and twelve. Twenty twelve that spring. Our first four. She came here farm and we have around seventeen now and we breed you know breeding season starts here. November are prepping for that right now. And back when in the breeding or is it because this population is so small you have a lot of interest in. Other. Other livestock owners who want to add this sheep this type of shape to their to their. Whatever collection? There will is equivalent to Kashmir at a little bit shorter than that. So you have a lot of hobby farmers who were into hand spinning and who really people who the beauty about this cheap is they're smaller. So let's say our largest Ram, which is the nails sheet is probably hundred and thirty one, hundred, forty pounds down to our smallest, a seventy, five or eighty. So for a female who wants to practise animal husbandry. And their natural polled? Peo- led which means they have no horns. I'm learning so much from you. Are Using words I've never heard of you for. I'm glad I could offer something. I yeah. Well, we're GONNA talk about flowers people I promise. But this is this is part of your brand to the point where the this baby sheep is on your logo right. Yes, were you bringing a little and she's wearing dried flowery on her on her like around her neck you'll see the baby dolls blue with a little flower wreath around her neck. Oh my Gosh I love it. So the sheep are irresistible. So people obviously want to come see them and pet them, and of course, it lends itself to an experience. That's. Family friendly because this cheaper sounds like they're kind of gentle and small an approachable. So. Okay. So what happened next were wounded flowers work into the mix of your your three Acre homestead well, when we started a new. I was just going to grow maybe twenty five percent flowers, seventy percent Fridays, and we were gonNA. Participate in farmers market So we did four farmer's markets a week and I think you spoken that is for anyone out there. That is the hardest work everyday I mean farmers markets are hard and especially for a week in when we started with lower, not always love flowers that I looked at it from a strategy of. If I'm selling produce lists have something extra this. Entice the when to come into our news and you know it's a value added is what is kind of your sizzle to get them into the booth by the vegetables exactly exactly and we did that for several years and then we over the years like let's say by certain probably two, thousand, sixteen, we were fifty percent flowers, fifty percent produce and you're not spoken. One thing that I learned quickly is that flowers are three item and it's something that you could have a price and the price is the price is not necessarily that at a farmers market when you're dealing with produce I'm not really sure why that is. But that's just what I saw. You know whenever the big hey was that the became fry so I just saw at really for me season extension. When you know. It's world limited here. You may that tomatoes those kind of things and our climate here you get them in mid April. If you don't have a Hoop House and then you know it's later hitting the man that once you hit the freeze, its hard cutoff for us were flowers as you can be in that market for us we're almost in the market twelve months a year. So. That for me was a turning point Anna flowers unsolved the joy. It brought the people the connection you made with everyone the stories we tell you about the certain flour there someone wants tell me Oh bachelor buttons. My Dad my grandfather always were windows in his coach. Jacket. You know who the stories you hear. I don't really hear that about a new. Yes I mean down here it. Freely. I mean I can't tell you even through the pandemic what joy flowers of people's lives. So I'm totally happy that we made that move in two thousand eighteen to go one hundred percent flowers and really re designer filled was a huge investment with irrigation and just everything but it's the best decision I ever made well it when we did talk a couple of weeks ago about this and you gave me a little bit of an introduction. You said you made this big investment to basically use the term flipped flowers. and. Then you changed your your offerings and the way you interacted with customers at that point, right? Yes. We moved into having a bouquet subscriptions kind of like we do sort of like a CSI, but we really promote those heavily. This is what I encourage anyone who's a flower now as someone messes me up today winchester promoting. became a fiction unlike November you need I? Mean I have people. Now when are the subscriptions? Not because this is a great time for gifting for. And for me a flower farmer, I look at that as I'm going to have a lot of bills Dave for all these all the coins and. Everything I'm buying right now this just helps free pay for everything. But I encouraged people to look at that and we offered blimp strolling duquet workshops and we were really going heavily and drag now so. There's so many terms you have to make, but you can make the especially in our zone where we're seven A. Literally almost a around twelve months where doing something we're selling something that has to do with lowers so. A Natasha I'm looking at your website while we're talking, which is really fun because I can. It helps me see what you're referring to and I have a couple questions about things you've just mentioned, and of course, we'll have photos on our show notes Deborah Printing dot common and all the links to. Meet eighteen eighteen farms and also their social places. But I see on here you have of course, it's marked like you said mark sold out right now but it's Bo subscription. Enjoy a wonderful gift for yourself. Treat someone special to six hand gathered and arranged bouquets. And that? We were selling for three twenty, but sometimes, you discounted to fifty or described discount they're like Exxon. preorder method like that'll come. If anyone who's GonNa go ahead and or early will do that. They may change later in the year but that is going to be what we would classify between a small and a medium today. It's not really a medium or medium supreme large, but it's not really a small either and everything we we everything there no pickup so. where we are we're thirty minutes. Twenty minutes to Hustle fifteen minutes to small town called Madison indicator in Athens. So we have a really pretty you'd say, Oh, you're fifty eight people. How are you selling any hours? Many larger cities around this Erin this populated area than that that your deliveries aren't Hours away. They're just maybe within thirty minutes. Thirty to forty minutes. Same. We'll go into like Florence or somewhere we have a lot of restaurants order, and if it's a large owner, we're gonNA take I. Mean we're getting over a great way to get your name out there especially when you're selling in buckets right. But yes. So we really would you home delivery I mean if someone wants to come pick it up but I think the convenience especially in during the pandemic, a lot of elderly people receive these any they're not comfortable leaving around. We also, I mean, some people are like, I can't believe he do this, but we everything is arranged in space. It has I want to receive it in it. Look exactly the way. Is attended to and some people are comfortable arranging flowers in a race. They're just not in you know I think it. You know if they want to recycle those happily take. Our subscriptions at the last one they had waiting. We'll use those next year. That's neat. Yeah. They'll. That's took place. It's a little value added also, and that's kind of the way that we've always done. That is through the base but I think that's definitely I would encourage you if your flower farmer to go ahead and really around Thanksgiving, get the subscriptions up and ready to go, and we usually send a they get for economic cute note card and we'll do a last year we did a flower truck we have a flower t t-shirt with our farm name on it as kind of like they could gift. I think. We're going to do a towel like we have a key will tell the flower trickling though it's they're getting something also women's from scribe right. Okay and then you mentioned the bloom stroll and bouquet workshop and. This is kind of moving you into that idea of Agritourism, right? Yes and we have people come from all over the state in out of state for that, and we had to really change that this year because of the pain before. You come to bear we talk about our Bruins free harvest. Post harvest. Got There a lot of. Basics that someone you know take event I take. For granted that I know but people don't realize and cutting windy cut advocate and we go through all the steps that in the past we had lots of thirty buckets of all the flowers that you could choose and we build the. It which actually really liked his we cut maybe for every person had seventy films it depending on the recipe. They. Still they still have the tour, but they are then doing a bouquet workshop with everything pre harvest. So Okay and what we do is it was pretty hard before and there was more cutting and you can still cut because I. think that's the beauty of the hands on as we go through step by step. Building the buffet, and then at the end, if you want to add where you can go pet more because I, think that is something that people were connecting with nature and they want to do that and we had to really make those smaller this year and then you know wear the mask and but people were happy and I think actually for us I think they had were balanced beautiful bouquets going the step-by-step with their bucket versus you know everyone walking over and selecting their flowers. So actually, it worked really well and people think of said this before is people are for me I don't really need any more things. I like experiences, right so You know and I know it's nerve wracking because. You want people to have a great time and you worry to the flowers. Look good. You know what if? People. In their minds have. A flower field should be full blamed a good flower farmer nothing's. Right heading and pulling it out. So there is some education on section they're like Oh goodness this whole sections dead and I'm like, Oh, now we're saving seats. Know they see me We're selling the seats so there. Is Some education but I think you have to get past that and explain to people. You know if you had everything implement once then you wouldn't have anything later. Yeah. There's education portion that's wonderful as well. But I I looked at your website when I I kind of I think maybe. You got on my radar through social media and Instagram I was struck by how eighteen eighteen farms basically looks like A. Home. Decor and and beauty products and health you know healthy lifestyle products. Emporium like you have a lot of these. Beautiful gift items that are made from things on the farm, and could you describe like how you got into that kind of what what is that categories like health and beauty or is it gifting or sort of is call it? We call it bath, beauty and lifestyle. and. The I. Started this and you know wasn't in some business landed change little of my mind wasn't that we would have. A production facility making. High quality back roads it was arming then you like I was saying earlier when you're growing Friday when the frost hits and October-november, what are you gonNa do really the rest of the year so that first year I took we we started we we grow a lot of lavender Bruno Avenue. Now it's just a you can't really for where we are the Heat's Horn on and take several years in snow contaminates. You know it's a lot of different things. and. You can't. Really. For us just wasn't profitable but that Earth Year we use a lot of that into the products and that was for holiday I just starting gifting people for those you know different products sin. Lip Balm a different things like that, and it was really just a way I tell people to the utility bill and feed the animals winner that's how it started and then but that's sort of farmers. That's a farmer's mindset like don't waste anything, right? Yes. So it was like, okay we've got to pay for the Trinity we can't open for tours soul here. What are we going to do so? Someone receives the gift it was shot and they said, we really like your packaging by on the packaging. My mother-in-law -gree drew the little pencil sketches of the farm animals and now would make them the cover guy the cover girls like one of the sheep is on the Lotion and I thought this is so cute. So I would love to have this in your inner shop. And so you know. Wholesale to her and it did really well, and she's like I really think you should go to market I think you at that your products, great vaccines, they you know they're high-quality. So from there, we started Atlanta market in the Lion Green and I think we're probably interim pathfinder stores now. So that's a whole nother piece. That's almost like a separate business then, right? Yes. So the farm is here Mooresville our corporate offices in Huntsville, and that's where our production and shipping of all the things. That you see at the boxes other than the dried flower box we just launched like they're trying to figure out. Yoga. The farm we've got to get to the office because the the ups comes. Yeah they're shot. Like usually bring everything into the office. This is something that needs to be done here direct. Yeah it's. It's crazy. So the. You have retail. Of Your. Bath beauty and lifestyle products on your website. But then you have a whole operation where you're selling wholesale to through the Atlanta gift market through rep or something is how is actually Showing there, and it's we rented with another artist out of Chicago. So we have our show. Raymond were there like we're only there at the larger market so were there and we also sell there's a hotel platform called fair. It's a out of California and it's one of the first online hustler. It's F. A. I r. e. is really wonderful. So it's been treat. Are commissioned sort of like a rep would be, but it's a way for people who are GonNa go markets and travel to find your products and they have a really I would would consider trusting reviews because the Pittsburgh Burnley the reviews who by the for your were. So you get to have a lot of feedback and You know it's a great platform especially during the pandemic where a lot of people aren't willing to travel right? Right. So Much. Asha- I'm just wondering is shake creamier bestseller because that seems to be kind of the top item that POPs up on your on your online store. Or is it just one of the popular ones? It's the bestseller that's like what people will probably it's sort of one of those products where you use it, you bought the next door. About you know what I'm saying. So it's in the I mean all the products but this is kind of what we're known for her and what people probably purchase the most will be shake him. Out So tell us how how. What what is it made of? It's made of an shave butter and coconut oil, and then there is an unscented also, which you would believe is very popular because a lot of people are sensitive smells. And you know you have to. Have a special way we blended in with it and it goes through instilled into a jar. So just recipes that we've developed over the years. So it's it's definitely our bestseller and then some of the ingredients are. Botanical and so you are able to perhaps infuse dry. Dried flowers into them I don't know how. Someone would probably aren't. Yes Don aren't because you take so much like to distill the essential oil how much it would take then like even use the pedals that we dry and things like that. We're working on something right now on pedals. So it's nice to be able to incorporate anything that we can for sustainability from the farm and we're really big and trying to have. Low Way you know we we try and all the manure from animals. The compass file were put back into the soil. So it's a whole process of really trying to zero waste Will you had chatted with the notion that we were going to air this in late October. Just people are kind of pivoting to holiday and you told me that you were starting a new collection or or maybe grouping of products you're calling from the farm. So this is just launching for holiday twenty twenty is that right? Yes it is and we're doing it. For anyone out there who launched a it takes it seems like I've been working on this land. But the. You have the ideas and I think. Especially, if your flower farming outlier to be thinking of different ways to to extend your season and I believe from what I'm seeing dried flowers. are going to be trend absolutely using it to. We really started drying things early. Will you drag last year is a test and it did well within we made really the commitment this year that every day there was going to be a part of our day that was just harvesting. It just as they you'll be harvesting to. Celebrate in which you have to get in the mindset of okay. I'm doing this work, but hopefully in the future Labor's GONNA pay off. Use To work that into your day. But we luckily for us in our climate. Gomphrena. So many Selosia we were harassing the last of the giant Mary Goals Today. They're Sony great dry flowers that we can grow. You know all the lyrics early dried some things Jill or to the Non Gel pods. But, you're really having to think forward but we wind section because what we've seen is we've had a few products last year from far we do a wolf filled suet feeder. We had our first we sold the Purple Hyacinth Bean remain. The first one people really gravitate towards that arson side of the business. So we really have focused horrid on developing. Products that are ship -able for the ship -able are dry. Got Seed Today's flower gift box, couple of different sizes and I see what you're saying it's it can be there's nothing that's going to. Well. First of all, you can ship ground, right you don't have to ship. Yes. Overnight Ocean. So that's an advantage, right? Yes. Because the shipping is just so expensive you know we were trying to our seeds. We wanted to ship the most cost effective way and you're like. This is how much it costs to ship a packet of seeds. first-class prices are really going up so and we have a lottery requests for people who won't laugh flowers just like you said, we've never gotten into because it's so hot here in the summers even you know. Even. If you're gonNA overnight them, I would be a nervous wreck so but I thought with the dried. We did do a lot of testing as finding the right off Arianna package unless we ship them back and forth to ourselves a lot of testing. What's the best way to place them in the box so that the telescoping live doesn't touch the flowers so I just think there's a hunger out there and there are a lot of people who love the longevity drive and the key is I think you know I'm very happy with how are processed out in. On asked the law good I think pride number one mistake is people take the leftovers and try and drag on and you really have to take. What P and. Listing. Of waiting till like the very end of the season and drying. You're you're cutting when it's the products at as premium ready to be harvest and then drying that what you're saying. Yes so people will say I had. Visit and South the farmers market I'm going to dry. We're never going to do that. We're GONNA take. We're going to cut that day and Bundle and guess drain because you're GonNa have the best colors the less shedding I mean you're always going to have a little ship shirts. No, we do a lot of education and he's boxes like it's normally pedal drop or you know it is dry it's dead basically dead flower but. But here it's a lot of educating on. That is all as well but I think at is private number. One mistake I hear from people is they're cutting at the wrong time even cutting dump and they're cutting earlier they're cutting way or they're just waiting until they don't want it to go to compost. We'll this odd. Perfect Reference Book that tells people. You know a lot of this must have been trial and error on your part just to kind of experiment with. Wind to harvest for dry and then get the longevity. In a product is that true was it is it is and it's also having the right conditions. So we have it we have a dehumidifier running because we are very humid here it would take too long for dry and then she'd be hydrates running it. There's a few things like if he saw little ornaments were selling on the website a little Christmas tree ornaments. A thank you. Those little pieces can be it's faster facility in the dehydrate or that helps keep the rain. We call it the hot box last. Hot near it's like a hundred and fifty but. Package create the correct Environment Yup. You have them draw the faster they drive the better that color holds fun. So where do you have a barn or where are you doing the drying? We had a little. It's called the garden house at. One side before we had like farm cable and that's where we went children came from schools or tour greets or master gardeners. You know we sit like twenty six people on the left side of that is a kitchen and has a refrigerator stove. Thing and there's no windows in that rain kitchen inside. So we have. Just run wire it tighter can in that room and there's no. It's so hot in air. There's no is no air conditioning. No Heat. You wanted to be stuffy then. Right. Right. But you have to humanity outlawed in dehumidifier for us his rely An. But it's it's really now just wish the ring was larger 'cause. Now we're at the point where you know we're taking things down putting them in abandons we're trying to calculate how many bundles do we have this I mean metals we have that from an were still cutting. So it is a lot of managing. Storing correctly, and then making sure that you have count what you have is you don't want to over. So we want to sell these gift boxes with make sure pre-ordered. We have to make sure we have enough of every component to make those details. We also have leftover we don't want to not sell. Before the color of eight. Balancing all that inventory management. Well I'm just so fascinated with the multifaceted kind of diversified ways that you're basically earning a living for your family from this farm. From livestock to Fresh product dried product and also these beauty products. And I'm just I. Know You have a bit of a background in corporate you've that but can you tell us a little bit about your journey to this point in time like what what did you do in your previous life? Feels like a lifetime ago. I graduated with a marketing degree, and then right after college actually didn't use Armenian newbury I went right to the company call Anderson Consulting, which is now a center did computer programming which makes no sense at all as it. And then I was there for a couple of years and then I did pharmaceutical sales and then I was a stay at home mom did a nonprofit as sub a nonprofit and did that for a few years so I've kind of bounced around in those things but I think a lot of it is. With the farm to be successful, you really have to market it. I mean at the if I encourage people will make sure you have a website have an active social media page will get there. You'RE NOT GONNA have it takes baby steps and grow it organically. But really you have to tell your story and you have to make the your followers know about your products are you know put it out there for them and mean you really I think the hardest part for me has been becoming the faces the. Face of the firm you know because. You don't WanNa. See My face because I'm sweaty and everybody tail and I'm dirty and are not here. I'm not here make it ready. You don't want a picture of me. Well, that's when you pull up at you bring out the sheep I guess can be your backup right because there. there. Are you just need a picture me from the back? In the back, the front did not let. Don't be scared to put yourself out there. Because people want to connect with others they wanted to put a name and a face together and no, it's a real brand. So I think that's Really important for anyone even if you're not a firearm you're forced if you're whatever you out there, you need not be afraid to be the face of the brand. Well Natasha. Could you have predicted eight years ago when you started helping your son with his sheep project, the business would even go in this direction. You didn't. Yes. You said you had a business plan but initially. Like you said, you had a farmer's market strategy. So so I guess is that correct or? Right just when and then probably then there's no out of office. In gradual steps you kind of make moves and you adjust as you're going, you may have a point and but if you see somethings working but I tell everybody that works for us is if it's working, let's keep doing. It is not working must stop and don't hallway. It's okay. If things you know what? I mean, that's what stay. So I think the way where we ended up here. For a long time, we just grew prejudice and people said I'd love become the form a friend how about heff tables Michelle and we did farmers. That wasn't a map land. So you're kind of always being aware of advantages that are there and needs, and then changing to meet those. You're at the end of the day you think about who's the customer and making sure that you're providing something for that customer that they need that they remaining any you're not so like wedded to the the original idea that you're. Resistant to trying new things of Bandini. Things aren't working so I really appreciate you mentioning that I. Think we're all in a year where if something's going to get tossed out, this is the year to do it like it's the purge. So Your your willingness to tell people about what you've stopped doing. What you've added is really helpful. I think as sort of a case study. In some people look at that I think is a here and I always say look at it as a learning experience you know I mean. I wouldn't be where I was. Now, if I didn't have those failures before I, mean it's you can't look at it that way you have to get from dust off and keep going and find something that works better. Well, we've talked about you're increasing your from the farm offerings in terms of building out your online store and your wholesale business it seems to me that you are. Continuing to put your face and your story out there with your new youtube channel and I just wanted to hear from you a little bit about that and. Just describe how that would how that's going for you. Free Well? Certain days I have to be here. Make it ready is what they don't let you have got to get here and make it ready for this. So it's going well and a big piece of what we do at the farm. If you look at our business as education and we felt like the pandemic that piece wasn't, we weren't meeting that part of the goal or because we have visitors and typically when we have visitors, we have sheep shearing day march open to the public. We do a lot of give back days. There is no charges come and it's our commitment to education and open days, but we couldn't do that all our garden clubs all our. All of our tours were cancelled for the year and so. We, start getting a virtual. The first thing we did was a virtual Easter egg hunt. He was really educational because we would go to different parts. To the chicken haven, we'd find an egg and I'd have a little fact we go to the rounds or we go to the lambs just went around the farm fun and it was really just people were wins the next thing. The. Next thing. So we kind of saw when people were at home, they can't don't anywhere. At anytime of the year any day, they can watch this video. So we really committed in to try and do. We're trying to do one a week doesn't always happen is schedule, but honestly as a farmer. I mean there's a lot of things like just running that. May I take it with? You don't think about it people may be interested in that or it's planning Sherman or if it's you know we're about to pull up all the tarp tomorrow and till put in. Put the compensation. So things, I think people enjoy that don't live on a far but maybe you're interested or maybe how to Harz Zenia did that because a lot of people ask about that so I'm just trying to think of little things there. It's really just giving night in out there to people letting them letting them see it, but it's been great. My husband is a good job. He goes all the editing so. The filming to or are you just? Yes, he does the filming and editing. So he has good job with that. So you know we have to be thinking. You know we just did the UNE boxing which I've never done before the new one of your thoughts, and so that's kind of a fair and then Oga I'll let me get ready for you only get ready for. Breeding season and get breaking everyone in their breeding pride you youtube and you know we've done the chicken coop and we're trying to really give people a taste of our life and hopefully throw in some education of something. They didn't know that in really be providing education that they're missing with us not being able to be open for guests so much more holistic than just a Floral design diy you know Youtube Channel this is more like whatever you're doing. Basically any day of the week it's probably worth a video because it's something that the farm needs even if it's maybe like you said. Sharing the sheep it's it's not necessarily. Fancy, but it's real right and that's really wanted to be Israel real and and. That Even something as simple as. Rowing out the border nominating and superior off people don't know how how how the flowers beekeeper flowers from toppling over. You know I didn't know that five years ago. Changed my life I mean. Really did no more corralling with billings one so Little things. If you think a day every day, the things that are probably could be interesting. Just, it's just thinking of it and being aware that, hey, we need to film this today but you know I think they'll probably change like in announce heavier glowers but you know as we get into a breeding season and then dried landing I'm sure it'll be really popular. We'll probably a lot more landing than we ever have before. Well, it's so interesting because I could see Natasha where. The conventional argument is will, what's what's the payoff for this? I'm I'm spending my time obviously my talent and my money because you could be doing something else that actually did transfer to or translate into a paycheck. Doing all this investment in building up that channel and you have you have sounds like the long view, your see that this will connect to more people with eighteen thousand farms who wouldn't have found you otherwise I mean they maybe don't live near you and so it's it's a calculation you have to make and I guess you started this just what within the last several months? In the last several months. As you get really at the end of the day I. Think Anything that you d your strategically thinking about House has been bill my brand five years now. Yeah. That's what I'm thinking about. Is. Maybe. It's not. What's immediate but what could happen in five years and you have to be forward thinking at it's brilliant. You could be buying ads somewhere and. have no idea. You know. Who sees them whereas if you control your own Youtube, channel, you one, hundred percent whole control that content and you can also push it out through many other platforms. So I applaud you for doing that. That's brilliant. So what's what else are you excited about coming into? Let's see. You've you've been planting. You've been A. Cheering you. You know you're starting your breeding like your. There's no off button here right or No. There is not even it's not even in the world. There's no I. Think you know this week we're removing everything out of fields. Then we're. In a planting the end of this week, and then we've got to build a new tunnels lead on low tunnels, get a more tunnels this doing that and say, we're just waiting for the next thing and really working on the dry right now is getting ready and. Start for holiday shipping and that kind of thing. So but yet it's kind of the cycle neighbor ends. So the planting that you're doing now are like you're cool annual coal Susan annuals. Yes, yes. It's all annuals and then I, had some Linton roses that just came in weighing on. Lady's Mantle. Radios I'm putting in I was wondering if you've dinners perennials in addition to annuals. Yeah we do we do and it's just a challenge the. We have such a heavy clay soil here we amend it and it's still a challenge. For any also. But. Yes. So we'll do about half of our fields in the cool weather and we probably do. About about seventy percent in plugs maybe thirty to see some of the things will be new rebecca things like that. We his annual here because it's just easier to do that way. Wow that's great. Well, I'm excited that we could get a key to meet you virtually on the podcast, and now everyone can go meet you on Youtube and I really appreciate you sharing the story of eighteen eighteen farms. It's just I don't know what I'll get to visit, but I will visit you someday I've. Now knowing that you're halfway between Birmingham and Nashville, it's really easy for me to picture. Renting A. You know an hour and a half. Your farm so is so convenient location. I wish you could come be great. Love to history here us that would be great and you're Kinda monitoring covert and what what your state or your local health authorities are. Recommending for resuming on farm work in the events that kind of we are and we did you know typically we do workshop in December and I've decided not to do that because it has to be outdoors in. Before, we had an indoors it's just too much of a crap shoot for me because like this weekend it rained the whole weekend. It's an open air pavilion at it could be here in. December could be a beautiful seventy degree day or could be a thirty eight degrees day raining. So I really hate to cancel those because I've been doing those really the first year we have been the Mar Adila more the Del Rubio salary. WE'RE GONNA cancel those I. Just don't feel that we can do that in everyone be as happy as they are without being able to control the weather you. But maybe you'll do maybe you'll do a demo on youtube instead because you fans. Yeah, that's what I was thinking. I had a lot of people email last night. I haven't seen wreath workshops go live in Bali. Waiting to this last minute, but I just don't feel like begin. For Bide safely provide the environment they're used. Yeah. So Wow well, this has been great Natasha's or anything I didn't ask you that you WanNa make sure people hear from you on before we wrap up. If you WANNA follow us on Youtube or instagram or facebook, it's eight hundred, nine, hundred farms com just the number one, eight, one, eight arms, and there are websites the same eighteen, thousand, four, hundred on absolutely, and I'm so excited we can share photos and and Obviously, we've got these horrible sheep. So I'm going to spend some time poking around your your video so I can see them they're just they are really unique and it's wonderful to have that kind of. Almost like a symbol of the farm to have that. Doorbell little character that that people want to meet so. You get them in that way. That's your. That's your you're. Pulling out the Mary Goals today and cutting draft a loved ones and they're all defense bagging warning marigolds. So yeah, they've been front center tonight Oh my gosh you mean they eat them like a little snack. 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One of my slips. Some thoughts about should town and event May travels took a walk down the street when the starbucks very diverse. Community you guys. Apparently there's irish and scottish having seen this many white people since back played sturgis. Be white crowd I was so happy to you there. But i was listening to the radio in los angeles yesterday. And they're talking about this poor guy the masterpiece cake shop out here outside of denver. Jacksonville of poor guy tries to all right. But here's my thought. So you guys know the case gay couple comes in and they go. We won a wedding cake and he's like well. I'm very religious. So you can buy cake like off the cake rack or you can have another day but i cannot bake you a game wedding cake and then they were like you must take a gay wedding cake. Or we're going to sue your ass. I know it sounds gay or when gay guys go. We're gonna assume that was some of the worst of ever had larry versus this guy's asked the court session but they ended up suing him. Because you wouldn't wouldn't make mckay. I was thinking about it. I i think. I know a fair amount about the gay culture and lifestyle and i'm pretty sure they just did this so they could bring this guy to core. Because i'm pretty sure. They could have made their own k. Because what are the chances to gay guys in one of them is an abakar. I don't think so a couple of nights you ain't gonna get told house. These out of those with two guys and one of them started master baker. I don't think then he won that case then everyone back because another couple wanted him debate. Them a transition k- kid was transitioning. Remember when you're a kid all this transition parties he's got. I best part of my childhood was far mitzvahs in the transkei parties. I don't know. I don't even know what a transition kate looks like. I imagine it starts off is a pie. Just made this shit up on the ride over. Its i got off the plane. One of my favorite things happen. I got off the plane in denver couple hours ago it was like the first some reason the jetway. The jetway is always more of whatever's bad outside so if you're in newark and it's february and it's twenty one degrees outside it's nine degrees in the jetway and here you're in florida. That's one fourteen. It's one twenty seven in the they've got figured out a way to cool or he there's giant airport that is perpetually seventy one degrees and then there's a giant airplane that seventy one degrees but the tube that goes from the airport to the play. We're just gonna fucking roll the dice. Whatever nature blows in. That's what it's going to be. We cannot control this one space. We can control all other spaces in the universe but we have no dominion over this plane that goes to the airplane impossible to figure out a way the heat or cool that so then i got off the plane and i walked into the bakery to That was going airport. And i was like. Oh man it's hot. I've never. I've never been to denver when it's this hot. And then some asshole local goes oh it gets hotter thank you for the shaming much more season than i am. I do imagine. This is not the hottest day on record in denver history. But i'm still allowed to punt out loud without being judged. Then here's a here's a little snippet little tidbit. We were driving out of the airport. And when we saw the giant bronco the big guy big blue bronco and the big little bronco and then my son looked at it and he said here's a fun fact. The guy who sculpted it was crushed by while he was scoping yet any no they do they go well. He died doing what he loved. But i don't know how much do you love it at the time. You know what. I mean when you're caught between the giles of a bronco on the floor of your studio bleeding out. You're really loves sculpting at that point. Like if i gave you a choice at that point of sculpting versus working at a mail sorting facility where you get to see her eightieth birthday. What do you think that guy would have chose anyway. Life goes on and The statue up there thirty two feet according to To my son. I ve all in look shor go through our tape on it when we get back here but that's just be just a carpenter may let's see. Oh red rocks going to red rock going there tomorrow. Any you guys go to red rocks. I i like red rocks Beautiful the hiking trails are beautiful. The the venue is beautiful. The it's an amphitheater. Beautiful don't really need the astles exercising skinny bitches with their create pants. Growing up the fucking stairs of so much better than you came here to get high. Criticize the government. But i'm work in my car. But those people exercise got to set a stair somewhere around there shitty apartment they were they can't be seen by all their oh. We can't marvel at their intestinal fortitude hallways people exercising a dad plays and then i was like what band is playing there this this weekend and the last time i played denver. We read rocks. I said what band is playing here in. The band is cold lettuce on. Like how fucking old am i. I've never heard of a band called lettuce. But they're lettuce by the way. I don't know why but if you've never heard of a ban and so goes i don't know whether the band is all you have to do is say there and then goes okay. I got you. i don't know why but we should have heard of them but they're jam band and i said who's playing this weekend road that down off of freeze mcgee is playing this jam band. Never heard of jamba. Oh okay. That's probably how they get booked at red rocks. I go to the booker virgo. We'd like to play red rock to. I've never heard we're jam. Okay saturday. i hear somewhere. I found out there a jam band because one of the bartenders roommates says he's gonna get a handful of mushrooms ago out there for nine hours. I feel like the number one job for roommates bartender right. Not a lotta guys. Flying solo bartending. I sit in the bar actually at burbank today left out of burbank airport sitting at the bourbon bar and i send this text to jimmy kimmel. I said He got a ballgame named after him. They liberally named a ballgame after him. And you know as host the oscars emmy's and had fair to moderate success in hollywood having a bowl game it named after you is the greatest thing in the world and so i just texted him and said you beat co bear colbert. The in the ratings. Last week and i got a ballgame named after years. So you know you're on quite a roll button. And he texted back ten seconds later and he's like oh my god i'm in vegas right now telling the story of when you meant jerry. Lewis an aspect. Now here's how low my self esteem. As i have ciro recollection of ever meeting jerry. lewis. I am a comedian jerry. Lewis is one of the most iconic figures of the last hundred years. I met jerry lewis. He talked to me. And i have zero recollection. I do remember the name of every check. Who didn't want to go to the prom with me when i was seventeen. That's locked away. The great jerry. Lewis in our exchange and aspen colorado zero recollection but thankfully. I was sitting with the mike argus at the table. Couldn't by goes. you met jerry. Asthma and i said what he saying. Mike said it and i wrote it down because jimmy just wrote it to me. We ran into jerry. Lewis must have been at the aspen comedy festival circuit nineteen ninety nine. He the great. Jerry lewis had no goddamn idea from jimmy was but he did. No i was. And he said quo you add. You're the guy who talks dirty at night legacy jerry lewis which break. Let me tell you about our friends. Over tommy john this summer. 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Adam see site for details all right she we bring a bride gina grad guys up and running head right. We got the. I'll ask you guys any. Colorado thoughts are denver dots or golden dodds. Oh you're not here at starbucks we got a. We got the rotten tomatoes game to play as well. It's it's it's picturesque out here. It was it is beautiful. Yeah it would have to be if you're called golden. There's nowhere to go but down. Yeah but you guys are doing it right. Because golden colorado is aptly named versus shit known as hawaiian gardens. Where were we come from. So you guys are keeping it legit over here right on the corner of victory boulevard on the corner of rape and murder. Oh yeah it is funny. I've never really thought about. There's this three in north hollywood. Right group called victory boulevard and there's nothing but losers on victory boulevard. Yeah it is it is. It is a complete shit show. It's not like tom landry. Said i'm moving to victory boulevard. So i can be with vince. Lombardi deep coaching cut again. Denver broncos going to be this year. Are they gonna be mad. Are you going to get aaron. Rodgers built do it god. What's your stand outside. Backers name von miller. I always screw it up. Because he he doesn't look like a von miller. But you know we were talking about him. Getting a tattoo of his unborn girl's name on his arm. And then changing it at some point to another name. I don't know my feeling with my feeling with tattoos. Few few too many of them floating around out there. I like well. Here's a there's a thing like a tattoo used to mean something like you'd go. Ut a tattoo you'd go. Oh that guy was a marine or that guy's a longshoremen or she's a whore you knew shit now. Oh i get it. You're douchebag everyone's got a tattoo everybody's gotta tat do all right here. We play dawson are you there. All right you wanna you wanna play the rotten tomatoes game the game. We'll ride after a bizarre learn from school year. Campuses are still staying closed for the summer. Kids need a break. Goddamn it and take it from rachelle. Linski the head of the cdc. Those kids really want to go to summer. Oh can i yeah another. She said her kids vaccinated by sorry dawson but everything reminds me a something. I was listening to the radio on the ride into the Studio today and they did a vote of la city schoolteachers to see which ones of them were willing to return to work in august after too god damn years of masturbating in front of computers. Some right and it was like a vote of like eight thousand said yes and seven hundred said no even though everything is wide open everyone's been vaccinated the or coming down. The gloves are coming off the paralysis going into the garbage and they're still seven hundred teachers in l. a. county who are like no. I vote not to return to my place of work to mold youth. If i was in charge i would simply run down the seven hundred people that voted against going back to their job and just go. Obviously you have no goddamn interest in your work. I'm shit can't hear ask sorry go ahead. Oh wait a live in charge. Sorry that's all right. Well whether or not you gonna vaccination. You can certainly play along with this week's rotten tomatoes game. It's all about summer camp movies. We'll begin with the movie. That's noted for being bill. Murray's first starring role and also villanova launch directing reviving ryan murray stars prank pulling girl citizen fun. Loving head counselor. Who's sick and tired of losing the campbell olympics every year to the rich kids camp across the leg. But maybe just maybe this summer will be different from one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine meatballs meatball. Isn't they in just a matter. It's it's overrated as a comedy is it. It's pretty terror bereft of laugh. What is which movie is funnier. Space balls or meatballs mile all right baseball's but so i feel like meatballs even though we thought it's not really funny. Got a little over hyped or something or maybe it's all Because like i feel like these movies came out close together. Anything one's a little more racist than the other really. Anti-semitic are all porkies. The same thing no no porkies. Four cases super anti and violent in weird with one more high at this for all right. I say the critics didn't love it. They barely liked it. I got it fifty. Three lower forty one forty nine meatballs is fresh. A seventy two percents. I told you not with the komo over high or next bill. Stars shone long as a beverly hills housewife coats with her upcoming divorce by leading local troop of wilderness. Girls of course taking charge of all those sassy girl. Scouts has it's setbacks but wouldn't you know spending all that time of kids makes you a better person. Co-starring craig nelson and very young actresses carla gino engender lewis from nineteen eighty nine troop beverly hills. Sorry do i do my beverly hills monologue twice in one week yes. He put the space in speaks his t he had of have those head. He's the one he's the only my dad jay-paul jackhammer chicago. Now schick and. Let's be all way i feel like. We need to tell a partisan crowd. That's what black people sound life if you ever hear. I know you've not spoken any but when you hear them like on the radio or during a locker room interview that's essentially genus. Doing what they sound one girl the yes shirt all right. This can't be good here. You can't have gotten a good review you know it was like i will say thirty seven. This is a pleasant movie. I can't imagine credit for nice. To and i said you guys are motherfuckers. This is amazing. It has the big song gets cooking time at the end. Big dance number to judge this Impartially nora ephron movie. I believe which i think gives it a bomb sixty two just barely troop beverly hills is rotten twenty five percent. It's fantastic. it's taboo you. Guys should be rooting for me. Because five win. I pledged victory to all the homeless. Go ahead. all right. After the eddie murphy film daddy daycare rake in one hundred sixty four million on a budget of only sixty million it was obvious to money grubbing users that a sequel was absolutely necessary but after shifting the action to run down summer camp to unique changes were made i the star of the film would now be coobook gooding junior and the director would now be wonder. Here's actor fred. Savage in his feature film director oriel debut. Find out if the combo worked in two thousand. Seven's daddy day camp. Wow river directed many numbers. A red herring never never even heard of this. Anyone all right this is. It's gotta be low right now. Look there such a thing as a as zero out there right brian. We'll we'll flip the zero card on occasion and he's been right more than once zero couple times kuba is he's charismatic and likable. And for that reason. I'm going to give it a eleven zero to gain it. Eleven daddy day camp is rotten at one. That's four shaming than zero. That critic needs to windbreaker with that on the back of it that he is the only critic in america who gave thumbs up to daddy daycare when they have the critic conventions he can proudly walk around with his windbreaker and people will be talking. You know one guy who gave daddy daycare is. He's the one critic who gave daddy daycare thumbs up all right. Well we gotta we gotta close ish game here as we head into the championship rounds. Well it's not all in sunshine at camp crystal lake is there was a tragedy there many years ago a little boy drowned and ever since then sex loving camp counselors have been getting really murdered in spectacularly graphic ways while jason voorhees we go on to terrorize teams for another three decades shockingly. He barely appears in the first film. Featuring a relatively unknown kevin bacon from nineteen eighty. Friday the thirteenth. Ooh this is. This is the first one is no pun intended. But this has at camp factor that i think people like all right. This is this is top. Because he's there schlocky but they can still get a decent score. This could be. Mid thirties. Could be mid seventies. We don't know feel like. I'm clinging onto a very marginal lead and i can feel it slipping through my fingers. I am not going up to the seventy s. i think. That's i think that's too hot too. Grandiose i'm going to say forty one to fifty then. I definitely went to high. At sixty friday. The thirteenth is fresh and sixty four percent. Why has finally move over. indiana jones. You want to real franchise look no further than the late. Great jim carney over the course of tad. That's right ten films. He went to jail. You went to school. He went to africa. He saved christmas. And let's not forget the time he's he was scared stupid. Whatever the fuck that means but in nineteen eighty seven and what was the was only the second ernest movie. Ernest goes to camp. You remember a guy. Yeah that's me. Hot is in my house and What is a big fan of earnestness president. All right well. I feel like had a lead. I lost the lead. Gotta get it back here. It's got to be low single digit low double digit low. We've seen once today already. Bribe may pull bribe makeover that zero card again on the table. I'm gonna go for seven. Also i four well. Ernest goes to camp is fresh. Sixty two of sir. Will you guys sees last one. Ernest goes to the mausoleum sh. Oh my god no one game. No wow for the first time in a long time we have tied home will tie is for for first place member. I'm playing for the homeless. Let me just say gina grad -gratulations. You made the podium. We will not be playing this play for the tiebreaker. You know fat. Kids got to go to camp two and a bunch of them team up against into thawra. -tarian camp owner who's determined to exploit them for vat. Camp infomercial written by judd. Apple starring ben stiller from nineteen ninety-five heavyweights is this Sorry bride i tied. Okay yes all right the hot dog. That didn't like until now all right. This is kind of before fact shaming. Did we say ben stiller jutta who wrote those guys are guys and as usually say another great excuse for ben stiller to take his shirt off did he. Yes like a like a me. It's actually the similar. Tally wasn't dodge ball. He's like fitness. All right i have no idea. I think critics like fat kids because they all were fat kids. And i think it's got a good writing staff so they barely fresh sixty one fifty three fifty three fifty three three six. Oh sixty three two points separate both of your calls so if this movie is fresh varietal win. If the movie is rotten the game goes to the ace and millions homeless around the world. Heavyweights is rotten. Yay twenty five. Oh man going to be a good weekend. Everyone if he didn't win that this is just an official. Yeah quick break. Let me tell you about simply safe simply safe home security well. they're founders. chad eleanor lawrence. They designed their first security system in their kitchen because their friend just got ripped off. I think it was maybe at harvard back in college days anyway. Let's make it the best. Anyway i broken into or the friend got broken into nothing works so they made their own making people. Feel safe though. That's what simplisafe has been doing. 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Houlahan said she's been banned from the sport for four years following a positive test for anabolic steroids. But she says it is a false positive and she got it from eating pork arita. She was devastated to learn of the suspension from the integrity unit which is an independent body that commenced don't make up. She just positive for nandrolone. I don't know if anyone uses. Does she eat the pork burritos. A euphemism for can you get a blowjob. We should high on that gal got a college education game but does she. The poor burrito was actually eating a burrito. I saw this story on. Tmc because we feed pork or pig so much of the steroids that it is thought that darah royds network in the poor and she sees first off an olympic caliber caliber athletes and. She's eating off a burrito truck. I mean should really be representing america with this sort of fast and loose approach to diet heading into one of the most crucial olympics of this odd casters. Live okay. that's right. Oh apparently this can't happen. A study founded by wada world. Anti doping agency trace amounts of nandrolone. That can't be found in meat and warranty possibility of false positive. Maybe if if a lane on seinfeld can get a everyone thinks. She's on heroin because you have prophecy bagel this guys do. Is there any job or activity. Were a woman. Looks more miserable than long distance running. I never seen a woman look happy running any distance. They always have that pain. Look of though is like fuck. I bits guy go. I hate my stepdaughter. O- joy in my family. Oh hit my ex husband. I turn has been hit my goddaughter. I- i- logical job. I hate bakery. I just pass that daw again. Ganal start. i'm so miserable. The only way i can spread misery effectively is if i go out and circumnavigate the globe with this look. It looks like showing play this shit under my face. While i run the whole so miserable you hate jogging so much bitches and knock it off or get a fucking elliptical stay home. Don't spread your anger. all over the colo- they do it by the way they don't do it remote parts of the country that come right to your front door. Look i'm miserable i am. Are you miserable. I wasn't gonna be looking this. Let me oh. I hate these. Nike's o o. We gotta take a shit at the high school so miserable. I wanna make sure we're clear you want the basically the entire sport to be banned because you don't like the fail pain goddamn smile on your face. Guys should play hockey. Look like they're having a much better time than chicks. You are running you. Want know the happiest campers in the world. I love passing these guys guy on recumbent by that guy. He doesn't have a care in the world. Oh he made the he fucking braised and welds himself in the garage and that's his own thing he's he's got in this guy. The recumbent bike guy. He's got a lot of range because he's like. I like exercising. But i also like reclining. How could i mix my two favorite activities. I like to recline. But i also enjoy burning calories in spreading goodwill. Oh these guys happy. They got the helmet on that. Got the little mirror that got the little rear via the got. The flag they got the marker flag care buddy. Here i come. Here comes the happy. Check the flag coming by and this guy is also lone wolves mcrae because the guys on the ten speed. that's always a gaggle. There's always fourteen in those guys together. Hey where's ron did. We miss him at the signal. Wait for ron recumbent. Bike that guy. Fly solo these alone. He cannot find one other recumbent bike guy within a twenty mile radius of him. That's why they can never. There's never a pack of recumbent bike guys because there's one every seven thousand acres. There's never more than one recumbent guy. Yes brian travel alone. They traveled alone. There's a story know that got stories this recumbent by guys all they used to be upright guys not anymore no but those guys are happy and those guys are spread the joy by the mine and then here comes the miserable bitch. She's going to run next door to recumbent bike guy. Now they're having a faceoff literally a face off the recumbent bike guys full of happy murphy thoughts and then super angry jocking bitch visit to the death with this guy. What about that chick marito or karina nova running the way. I just realized you will. We'll call it a sport just for the sake of conversation. The angriest celebrator in sports the bowler rose turkey. And he looks. Eddie who yeah. Yeah i think. I think we made a mistake. We made a mistake with bowling. When we kind of let it turned into a sport. Used to be you know used to be in the seventies the guys you're wear and santa veld slacks and golfing shoes or bowl. There were the bowling shoes but they got like the gabardines slacks on and then ounces are like okay. Here comes john mcdougall stepping up okay. He's getting ready to go now. It's just put down a cigarette. He one the scores is beard. It looks like he's ready to go here. We go like it. Used to be that kind of sport and now these guys are kind of the like golfer kinda turned into athletes or something. I don't like it well. A florida woman is under arrest for attacking her girlfriend because she heard her talking about an ex in her sleep. Whatever year old alexis tally. Sheriff's department whether twenty one you will girlfriend. The victim told police. She woke up to tally yelling at her and punching her in the face over and over again because she was apparently talking about her former lover. Inversely telly admitted to getting angry about hearing her muttering the exits name but she claims she only yelled interfaced in those two. Haven't eaten a burrito. Fortnight guaranteed that you know why i don't encourage domestic violence. Why you ever feel like punching a spouse or significant other. Just tell them. They were talking about their acts in their sleep. No way to disprove that. If i woke up and i was being punched and it was because i talked about my accent my sleep. I wouldn't go. I definitely was not just be disoriented and probably apologize about snoring right. That's love the guy i love. I've shared up shared a bed with many many. A man. jimmy. I would would sleep in the same bed all the time because we travel in the radio station would pay for it. And if were just one room you know and a lot of arenas and jimmy would snore. And then i'd wake up in the middle of the night. Go your snoring and he'd go. I don't snore. And then i would go okay. Well i'm just the worst person in the world because my plan is i wait for people to fall asleep silently. Wait until about four fifteen in the am and then. I wake them and accused them of something they weren't doing that makes me a maniac. You're understand and could argue. That would cut into my sleep. Dime is really really nothing in it for me all right. Sorry where were we so they two lesbians got into a fight because she was talking about. Herat's visible swelling on the woman who was punched and arrested tally for domestic battery. Come a long way babies right. Well it's like you said. I mean we're seeing more examples every day that we are not the fairer sex. We are more violent sets. Well women are definitely more violent than men but we used to have a society that frowned on women beating each other up and now. Why don't you guys just get in the half circle and start masturbating. So we're kind of sending the wrong message to the ladies. Well let's talk about a guy on the other side of the spectrum of very busy man indeed. A man in india recently died at the age of seventy six. He left behind thirty eight wives. Eighty nine children and thirty. Six grandchildren clapping. The largest feeling in the world died of complications from diabetes and hypertension. He was said to be the leader of a religious sect of which practices polygamy all his wives and children even live together a four storey house He of course had private room. They say this about religious sects aka calls they they start off with. Let me play a little cat. Stevens on the acoustic guitar and they always end up with. I need to bang your daughter right. They always end up with the would. Did this poor perito. Nice gone by everyone in the coal right. There's never coal that. Ed whose whose end game is recycling. They've never heard of it. There's never a colt that just ends up in What are you guys end up doing. We we remove graffiti. It's just me a bunch of these chicks in their daughters but we pretty much just wrote graffiti than we call the debt and then we all go our separate ways. It's always involves what i'm trying to think in women will i. Then how come. Women never start colds because only reason you start a goal is to get laid and women are wire like band so they don't do that but you women now that you're having fistfights at the airport may wanna think of throwing your hat in the ring and doing all things mail. Now start coal now. I don't what. I'm sorry. I'm just thinking you know. Women are notoriously good at in the cult grooming. Other women have sex with the leader. Right right now shine you. Women need to start a coal although that would never work because you can't get a whole bunch of chicks in the same room together with adam hating each other's guts. I what is the percentage of women who don't have any female friends versus men who don't have any male france. I think it's a thousand and one sorry women. You're just not as good as what you live longer. And you get a break in your insurance kind of comes out the wash. Sorry teeter where we're well. Let's talk about another cult. A different kind of cult. The girl scouts while the pandemic caused all sorts of production problems and shortages in opposite effect on girl scout cookies. The girl scouts of america says it has a surplus of fifteen million boxes of unsold cookies. Large part of the pandemic even though they were doing the dry vice stuff in the drive through the online sale it was enough that surplus is supposed to be worth sixteen million dollars a better all are. They all. Foils the rich white cookie. Yeah typically sell about two hundred million boxes each year. They're looking donating these boxes to food banks. Get the free. Let me let me ask this people going it. What's going on with black lives matters. Like where's the money going. Where's all the money going. Where the fuck is all the money going with girl scout cookies. So it's kind of john's tussles got to the bottom of this year. Then i feel like. They raised two hundred billion dollars every year cookie sales. I don't pass ity big buildings that have girl scouts written on it. I don't see any bridges bridge donated girls scouts. Yeah where where is all the girl scout. Money worse a cookie money heading like. Where's it supposed to go to like christie out for a walk during kelemen. Our neighborhood and there was a house to down the street that like had a qr code on aside and said oh where. You're here touchless like they're doing. Qr codes and shit. And what. I noticed when. I used to work over at jimmy. Kimmel live the riders over there. What's happened is girl scouts. When i grow up girl. Scouts sold girl scout cookies. They basically stood in front of the supermarket on saturday. Waited for people to come out. They sold their girl scout cookies. That way now girl scouts have their bitch. Dad's mule them into work literally. They they fucking turn out their dads. They get their dads to go into work. And then i gotta talk to these assholes and they're like my daughter's doing girl scout cookies and by the way how she just sells nine boxes of girl scout cookies you have to sell fourteen pallets of girl scout cookies. Have to get a flatbed with a tommy lift on it so we can move more cookies for her and then these assholes coming to work my daughter's girl scout cookies. What can we put you down for. And i don't know put me down for box of thin mints. they go. that's it there's always some asshole in the offer. Rick bought two cases of samoa's okay ricksen asshole or he's a pedophile about a box. That not enough. There should be no more parents doing beating for the fuck and kid. You sign up when i when i was at the east valley trojans every year they give you a little box of chocolate was a was a weird chocolate bar was like a branch had a one on and was like all right so suitcase and they're twelve of them in there. They're like their dollar piece. You know and they give those first off. I couldn't imagine going home and handing them to my dad go. Hey bitch get out there. Go the mall sell that shit. I'm gonna watch johnny quest you come back and make it soon pass on barrel head. My dad's like. I'm not even planning on giving you dinner tonight okay. I don't even know what we're talking about with these candy bars. That's back in the day. For whatever reason we we had to fill trash the boxes of trash bags. Summer sausage magazines and like remember. The big gets two free coupons for a personal pan pizza hut but exactly. Where is this money going. Why is only worth the three dollars pizza. Yeah this money going. I still have like ptsd if anyone ever shows me. The miniature manila envelope member the miniature by the way they don't make a medium size they make one. That's this big. They a two inch little manila and they make the big one but the little manila would come with candy bars. And there'd be like oh you take your money and you stuff it into the little manila and then they pull it out when you check the candy bars and every single year exact. Same thing i'd give the case back. The case had twelve candy bars on it or in it when i got it now. It's got one and a half. Because i couldn't. I was a junkie. i understand. My mom is a fucking health food. And i was trapped at home with brick of candy bars. It'd be like if you just went to andy dick house with a barrel of cocaine and what. Hey i need you to watch this. Come back in three weeks. I'm going gonna weigh it. Okay i need to check them out of cocaine. That's it now right. We already want me. Put it by the tv set when watching other. Put it in front of the set. Now don't get into that shit andy member. We're gonna way. I was a junkie. I was a candy. I was nuts. My mom had no candy. Had no goddamn desert the house and a bunch of my sprouted this whole week that seventeen grain bread. Everything was god damn shit show over there. They give me a brick of candy bars and sit my box house with no air conditioning and stare at the box of candy. And it would back in me. It was like seymour from little house of a the box would start talking to me like the helper love. Hey lucerne calories do. I know you're miserable would heal the pain me climate inside your tummy. And then i would go eat the fucking bars. I would sell three of them. I would turn the fucking thing. And i could be like one of the responsible moms of the east valley trojans because they were all the moms who showed up and did all the drives they were responsible moms and moms have cut up the oranges for halftime the ones that volunteer to work the concessions. Stand mrs whitman. She had her hair done. My mom was locked in a room. Yelling freak out the whole time and consulting her buyer rhythm wheel. And then i'd show up. And mrs gallagher be there and she was like put together and had like lipstick on and she got turning the candy bar and go okay. What do we have here. well there was twelve. Now there's one and a half. What's in the miniature and below. But i go. I think it's all there and she open it up and three dollars in a moth would come out and she'd be like has spent condom. You know she'd be like one and a half and this is three. We gave a dollar apart. i'd go. I'm fucking pathetic. I'm a junkie. Sorry what were we talking about the same launch into the story. the more. I realize this is pimping. And this is child. Exploitation enter possibly trafficking because door-to-door agreement. Thank you all right. Let's do one more gene and then we'll pull our ball polar up got it. I'm new survey found that. Oh adam these people that twenty percent of respondents said they would consider planning. When their child was born to make sure it's a certain zodiac sign let heels particular are concerned their babies sign followed by gen z who were concerned about their future babies zodiac sign in regards to which signs are particularly popular. The people said if they could choose they go scorpio. Aquarius taurus and land there Land their birds around those signs. All right you know. It's still needs to do. I don't know somebody has i. Is anyone ever put this zodiac poster. Together where they just go it. Just be easy we take all the zodiac signs and we go virgo. Hitler and we got pisces and sagittarius. Janine garoppolo pick all the fucking worst people on the planet and we go all the way through the signs and we went all the horrible people throughout history and then we go with this important. Which one do you really need your kid to be. This is junk science people untel somebody gets out the paper and starts reading your astrological side which case you become all ears all of us make fun of people but the second someone pulls the thing out and tells me what kind of month i'm supposed to have. I'm all fucking ears. Because i'm a narcissist. There's a website called astro login. Condit lists the worst person in history. She associated with your with your percents. Oh give it to us virgo. My signed genghis khan not not a good guy the mousseline bad times. So it's be an yeah. David birth went to the gym. So there you go go to that website and And by the way how do these people they just do the nine month math. I mean they and you back out nine months. I'll do taurus torture. Horai hitler hussein in the ayatollah canadian certain my sister's a taurus. I knew it i knew. There's something i never trusted about that bit newest. The good news is nobody who was born after nineteen ninety has ever been picked up at a bar with. Somebody asked me what their sign is. That's a very good point. And really i feel maybe this is a seventy reference but whatever sign makes the best medallion. That's the one should be shooting for all right gina. Let's bring it home little girl you news all right. You guys sickened by the ball. Brian and gina grad over there. Hey geiko do you own do you rent you do one or the other right. you know. it's hard workout their own in renton. You want to save some money. How about your bundle. Bundle your policies at geiko. Gyco makes it easy to bundle the homeowners renters insurance along with your auto policy. Good thing too because you've got so much to do already go to geico dot com. Get a quote. See just how much you could save at geiko. That is geico dot com today. That's geiko dot com. We should bring steve Nasa scientists Here save yes. hi steve. Steve is making his way to the stage. You guys have all written one word on a ping pong ball and we shall have steve pull those Bad boys out and we will do a riff on the on the ball. I hope i get recumbent bike or girl scout cookies because i got a lotta preloaded material. For how are you steve. I'm doing well thank you. We'll see maybe that make up a little bit free kid. Sure ed can we hear. Can we hear steve. Okay gotcha one nine. Yeah okay. Nasa scientists worked on many different projects for nasa correct. Yes is that a doubt. Did you always want to do that. Did you want to be an astronaut. Was there some part of nasa that you wanted to be in and you ended up a scientists if you want to be a fighter pilot. What were the thoughts. Well basically what. I was a kid. I used to make model rockets so sort of porn nerd. So is your only choice. I had kids. Don't do models anymore. Models were a big deal. When i was a kid i was like you get your model. You build your spaceship you build. You built your rocket ship. You build a battleship bill. All this great stuff. There is no more no more modeling and my sons. Never going to your experiences. Simple pleasure of huffing glue because that was the residual perk to building models. So steve. You retired yes yes okay and now for a hobby you do what just live in colorado mountain biking and all that sort of stuff but you joy colorado you hike you do. Yes okay all right. Let's let's get. Let's making the balls you turn that thing around the see which one do it medium. Slow go fast. They seem to be the issue. All there you go. I think i think it'll just fall out to you. Just let it go down there you. I dunno spin it. You do spinning clockwise. then go counterclockwise. All right peaches peaches. All right got a terrain crowd here. Peaches peaches peaches but something happened to peaches. Peaches went south at some point. I don't know peaches were very very happy. Part of my childhood. I love peaches. When i was a kid and when i was a kid all peaches were good. My batting average with peaches. These days dreadfully. Lo lot of mealy peaches also. I was trying to eat a peach the other day and i thought to myself. I'm going to remove this sticker. That's on top of the pge. Now listen do we have to fuck and put more stickers a fucking drag boat on every god damn thing that goes in our kitchen these days. Think about it. I mean it used to just be stickers on the oranges and gone onto lemons and then they got on the avocados and they started with the bananas fine. You may put a sticker on something that has skin on it that i'm going to remove but you cannot put a fucking sticker on a tomato or peach because i'm going to eat that shit. I'm convinced thirty years from now. Half this rooms going to be in the hospital with severe severe abdominal pain and surgeons are going to be removing nine pound balls of stickers from our own. there's two syndromes. Two out of three americans are going to suffer with a year from now. It's going to be sticker guide. It's going to be the accumulation of eating all the stickers that were on all the peaches and nectarines all the tomatoes. And something. I called floating liver which is a syndrome which is caused by chucking too much water at the airport security line. We do that. They were distinguished seven bucks and now i gotta throw it in the garbage. Fuck it pouring it over my head like i finished a marathon impeaches. Had gone mealy and in a weird way. It's a metaphor for this country. Ladies and gentlemen. And i'll tell you why when i was a kid didn't look good. They were allowed now. They're all royd it up. Full create teen spent too much time in the tanning salon. Oh peaches are beautiful looking but inside is a mealy rotten core just like the youth of this country and then there's plums. I have no thoughts about plums. But i look into plum. Is the poor man's nectarine. If you like aplomb over nectarine. I got no fucking time for spanish factor. I think we're doing it meet and greet or something after this. If you like plums better than nectarines. Don't don't bother to stay here. I don't wanna see you discuss me. Although the plum has the best pit pit to suck on for a while because it's got a bunch of pugh she can't get off the nectarine pit just looks like a monkey brain and all the weird strands come off it but the the the the plump does not want to die you pull it apart. You eat as much as you can. But it's still gets those weird little pubic strands attached to it and you must suck on that thing and tell. It's draw the mango mango man. That's a tough pit to suck on that mango. I'm dying for some god damn fruit salad by now. I gotta be honest with. Let me tell you this. I used to argue with dave damage. Shak over which was the best fruit and asked why would say to me. Oh the number. One fruit of the decade is the apple. And go no way no way so way. Apple's not number one. There's so many first off you got you got cherries forget about bing cherries. You got the reindeer. The reindeer cherries of the best. Whatever but i said look here is the best. Let me tell you what the best god damn fruit is. You can figure out the best route next time you order breakfast and give you option of getting the fruit ball with the with the hash browns and the denver omelettes local. Here you get that can that fruitful. I said today damage shack is how come then if apple is the best fruit. How come every time. So it's a fruit ball the last speech fruit. And the goddamn balls napa. How come you didn't get because we have such great discipline. We're saving the best one for last no fucking way. The pairs go before the apples. The fruit ball. It goes pineapple. You hit that i. That's the first one to go for the fruit ball. Then the strawberry the blueberry you would like to eat earlier but a suit and small so that will have to wait. Go pineapple i. Then we go strawberry that we go any kind of melon than we scrape the blueberry. Try to you. try to corral. You gotta get you gotta get a little shepherd in there to get that blueberry in her mouth and then if time permits and you're bored and you're not full you will eat the miniature slice of shitty green apple at the end. Sorry that's how you eat a fruit ball. Thank you what else we got. Steve so i think you go one direction. Then you go the other action. It'll it'll it'll spit the ball out. He's from nasa. I know this is this where taxpayers. Where taxpayer dollars this fan pick any can't even read read. Let's say what it says. Does that says hieroglyph ix o. P. h. fellow philo for philology thelen. Algae i don't know what that word i don't know greek or gay so your mom other boy. We have two new volley long jets. Like new york jets jets all right. Hold on hold on a second steve. i'll decide. What kinda jets the jets. I'm not gonna get into the new york jets. This guy suck and even though i live close to jet propulsion laboratories in the past dean area. I'm not going to focus on those kinds of jets either. I am going to focus on the gang that jets from from west side story. The sharks would go up against the jets. I'd jets and the sharks and there were snapping their fingers and the head of bandanna you pull that here's the whole thing is let me tell you about bandannas. You pull the band dan down low. You're bad ass you pull it up. You're into hiking and you put it in your back pocket. That makes you a bottom saying shut tight around your guy. You're watching a lot of range for bandannas but the sharks and the jet they were seeing they had stilettos they would fight that have little turf wars. Oh they would rumble. Those were the gangs of your think. About how quaint street gangs used to be in the fifties. We used to have gangs that sung and snap their fingers and super aggressive ways and every once in a while the guy would pull the stiletto. Come on and then throw it from one hand in the next in which i don't recommend with any kind of night even if you're just in the kitchen please keep that knife in one hand kids but now are things two thousand and twenty one. It's like oh we have ms thirteen. Well what are they do. Oh they behead thirteen year old girls like what the hell i missed. The fifties stands where they snapped fingers and they sang. I don't like the new games that are into human trafficking and cooking bathtub fend nell and stringing out miners and shipping kids on their way home from school and smuggling kids over the border. By the way. I'm so naive. I forgot what those coyote gang guys do. The coyote gangs are like the mezzanine cartel guys. And i'm so fucking naive i'd hear these stories where they'd be like Well a chevy suburban got into an accident and one hundred and twenty eight people died. Who man were they going to camp. How all those kids by the way you gotta say this about. Those games are moving on from the jets. The met een cartel gang but these are super crafty individuals. Like you figure out i look. Let's give the cartels there too. They have figured out on their own how to build a submarine and use it in the ocean. They have figured out how to get one hundred and twenty-five people into a car that whole cepheid. These are insanely crafty. People are super scientists. Here can't even get a fucking ping pong ball out of these guys are building submarines. These guys figure out a way to tunnel two miles in the desert. These guys figure out a way to launch people over fences. I mean these are amongst the is people later. On when we catch them and incarcerate them they figure out how to make wine in a toilet in a prison cell. These are super crafty. People who just need a little focus. You know what i mean like. We need to steer them toward the toward the good. You know 'cause they're they're hard chaps. That's for sure. They don't take weekends off their industrious. Their crafty god knows it can handle necessarily cutting charge. I mean they build submarines and smuggle heroin in through the c. I mean. I'm saying we shouldn't send them over fruit basket or anything but the give the cartels there where we talking about jets. How to build a fucking affordable chat. Shouldn't we have private affordable jets by now. Honda makes winding seen that honda jet. That's it's like carbon fiber. It looks pretty cool. It's it's got. It's it's basically doesn't have a lot of range the range is where do you wanna go. You tell them and they go just about a mile shorter where you want go. That's how the honda jet words. It is I think it's like seven million bucks or three million bucks or whatever it is and the you know the big thing with jets. Is you never buy a us. Jet us jet. You don't buy new you buy you buy previously owned. Although yeah i would say if i was selling jets. I wouldn't use the word us. I would say previously owned yours. Sounds like it might fall out of the sky all right. Let's pull another one here. We go steve. Go steve there you got. Yeah the fish filter filter fish. I don't know what it is with the jeers chairs. I've thought about this a lot. I add a jewish grandfather. He liked to filter fish. Beef tongue. You guys like bitter herbs and roasted eggs you like mozza. You really boxes. Essentially all the carbs of bread with none of the joy. There's nothing better you know. What the oh. You can tell the difference between the jews in the french. Simply by examining marta versus croissant the croissant is nothing but fluff and puff and air. And it's a swath aviv. Enjoy your life with this beautiful puffy pastry. And the jews are like you cut the soft palate of the top of your mouth with this unlimited on levin of salty. Shit can't tell if it's taylor not because it's always stale stale out of the box you jews you. Colorado june filter fish is horrible. Because it's basically like if you took jello and if if there is a flavor of jello called rancid cod. That's essentially what filth of fish tastes like. But here's my thing. Jews eat crazy bad stuff like you're not at you right. You've never had filter to fish. No you would. Why would you. Why would anybody and it's always like i. It's it's always during the celebration. Like oh we. We eat the we through bitter herbs and the rose today and they built the fish to celebrate the misery of our forefathers. I'll tell you who would never do this. The mexicans the mexicans are like. Oh yeah we make the chimney curry sauce and cool. The coronas steak and later on we hollowed out a paper donkey. And we're going to fill it full of candy. Beat the shit out of it with mob panel those fucking people. Don't mess around. They don't punish themselves. They don't leave a chair open for jose. They don't do any of that. They get to fuck and partying now. Here's the thing about the jews. The jews are very meek and mild mannered people. They do not take a lot of chances. You never seen. You've never heard anyone say hey. Did you see the jewish guy. Crushing it on the free style of the x. games on the snowmobile competition. You didn't see herschel. Oh the guy. Fucking superman on the snowmobile. They don't engage in any risky behavior. But they eat like fucking evil. Knievel baby comes stunt people when it becomes eating. They eat shit travis. Pastrana would never let this house they go out and buy it in devouring so get fish and also i would be mad. I mean i don't know if you guys ever give this any thought. But if i was an animal and so in caught me and gutted me and was gonna consume me. I would want to go out on top. You know what i mean like. I would like to be nice pieces. Swordfish on a mesquite grill or pieces salmon that some guy was cooking over an open flame after plucking me out of a river. I wouldn't wanna be a filter fish that would just be. Whoa you gave your life so rabbi could mash it into his mouth and half of it on his beard belt you up forty five minutes later pork filled to fish. You guys got phones out there right. What is deficient that cod whitefish. Whitefish whitefish a type of fish or is it like white people. We had irish regatta. Talion roll honky. It's unfair to put us into one group. Let's do let's do one more. Yeah steve's got your favorite words succulent succulent succulent succulent. Wow this fucking headache crowd or everyone works at a sprouts. What's going on people here working. Nurseries you understand. I travel the country. And i do this in motion. Ping pong balls are like fuck and words not succulent impeaches. Said fucking headiest. Tamest proud. I've ever i've ever seen it's all scatalogical. Dookie belci thumb in the. It's a mess. Those balls are mass guys will well heeled over here. All right succulent succulent is variety of plan that does well in warm warm climates. Yeah that's what. I have all right. Okay all right all right. So when i do my whole thing. Here's my thing with palance. I live in california. it's hot. It's dry arid desert ninety some degrees i have properties. I have some warehouses and the house. And and i always plant succulents. You you tear up you go down to the planter you pull all the shit up down you gotta put down the cloth i the weeds. Don't pop through then you go down the home depot by you. Don't have to do any drip eric. Irrigation you don't have to hose anything you get the right god damn plant for the right climate and it shall flourish. Put some rocks down. Walkaway looks amazing. And when you travel as you guys heard this jag before the travel to places like vegas and phoenix and stuff. That's how they do their landscaping. When you're riding along the freeway you see the succulents you see the fucking gravel. They've laid out they. It works because that's a climbing. It's it in california. We will not accept that we live in a dry desert and so we try to plant it. Like it's a fucking golf course and in tampa and it's not and it never works at all we get is weeds and i was walking by the goddamn side of the freeway today because every single day i have to torture myself i walk. I have two warehouses one whether it's a studio where we do. The podcast the others. Where and when we're the cars are where we do all our movie making. And i walked from one to the other but i go the roundabout way which takes me by the freeway so i can look up at the side of the hill where the weeds are growing on the dirt because they cannot wrap their head around the fact that we should be planning succulents there and not trying to get grasped row where it's not and i will give you a metaphor. Here's that they you have to take the fuck and hand that's dealt to you if you live in maui but then by all means plant the fuck and palm trees and the birds of paradise but when you live in los angeles you got to lay down the fucking ice plant and call it a got damned day. Because that's what mother nature doubt you. And i'll give you a metaphor when you try to get nature to do something it doesn't want to do. Then you get covid. Nineteen that's what happens when you fuck with nature fuck nature. You're gonna kill her virus. And i'll give you. I'll give you a perfect example. When i was in junior high. I was in junior high from like nineteen. Seventy six seventy seven seventy eight all right now. Why is that significant. Because those were the most important three hair years this country has ever experienced. Oh there was farah fawcett. She had the big thing with the feathered hair. There is leif garrett. There is keith partridge. It was all big feathered hair in the mid seventies. You had to have big feather hair. There's no more hair rules anymore. You got this guy's a fucking cue ball but he's crushing got. This guy's hair short. This guy's gus ponytail. Steve overhears rocking the mid lay. There are no more rules you wear. But here's the poi- here's the point. We try to get your hair to do something it doesn't wanna do you get covid. Nineteen because back in the day. You couldn't just buzz it off. You had to have long weird feather back hair. So if you're balding you had to grow one side of your hair long and then flip it over to the other side your hair because you couldn't let nature do. Its thing you had to tamper. And when i was in junior high in like nineteen seventy all right buddy jericho. Cuba bring it down. Gotta break it down. When i was in walter reed junior high in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven in. Everyone had the big feathered hair. I tried to get my hair to do what faira faucets hair was still. Now do you know how that turned out by fucking hair looked like ron. Jeremy's ass. I was trying to get my brillo pad ju- fro to do something god in nature wouldn't permit it to but i try and what i got was an unmitigated disaster. So whether it's adam corolla trying to feathers hair in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. La trying to grow grass and palm trees by the side of the freeway or the fine people at wuhan collecting bats experimenting on them. 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Ep. 604: Josh Wolf
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That many men, can we withstand my punch? Obviously, obviously, for sure Senate going to set a here on him black belt and chips chicken. I think you'd be surprised. I think you'd be suprised havoc. Kenny. Fight Club spiked club by club kids get a piece on. One to cutie pads I still got it. Baby Lift Your Shield and now from the honored studios in Playa. Vista California. Is the moment you've been waiting for the final and the kid is coming at you. Know we're not live that. Does make sense you. We're. Not. We. Don't. Now it's the fodder and the kid. Shot off live. Yemen I was wearing a like a stylish coat and because I thought today was going to be a little cooler. Yeah. Not Cooler not. So shoot some with Kenny before this is like I'm sweating my ass off. So I went to my car would I have this old school because it's still devil? It says, Tampa Bay devil rays and it's autographed by I have no clue it says like keep your head up and then it's autographed by another grown man is there a number on the back or anything? No I don't know what's going on I have no idea where this came from but says, keep your head up like you're a teenager now. First of all. Because it has to authenticate has like the the Velcro for the players you know. But devil rays means many years ago because the the the League made him change from devil rays to raise I don't know what year that they're still a team. Yeah. Their team, the razor team, the they you so good this year. Are they good good this year because it's a shortened season and they have great pitching but they ha it's a tear. It's tough. I know I recall. Called Devil rays called the raise now I through it. The first pitch in that stadium. Really. Yeah. and. It was funny I've done on the first page a couple of places. In Boston. They were they said to me they said, do you want to what Size Jersey do you wear? So we can have you in. Jersey when you walk out to the mets talks game. Yeah, and monster to they said, what kind of Jerry? What says Jersey s whatever size isn't gonNA cover up my boner because I'm going to be. In Super Hat the red. SOx My. Did my okay. This was the most embarrassing part. As a person as a as a young boy growing up Massachusetts you know I'm sure. So you have teams but wherever you are, you still have a team even if your city has three teams here, either football guy your nuggets Guy Broncos guy you know what I mean you pictures on Broncos notes so for me but the red sox above everything else above the Patriots of of the Celtics. Sure. So when I when they said, you can see out the first pitch I was like all big deal man I was I practiced. I wore I practice against the people that don't practice on fuck up like fifty cent come on man. If you know you can't throw out she threw a pitch Justin night he's a hundred and fifty a mon give him a break. Yeah. You know. But if you're if you're fifty cent and you know you throw like you know you throw righty like somebody throwing lefty who doesn't throw lefty you know what I mean make a joke, Adam but don't go. Ahead. So I go out there and as I'm walking out so this is a life long dream did I'm walking out my dad's there. It's his birthday and your Red Sox, Jersey. My son is there. My wife is there my mom is they're they're all on the field watching there on the field this is like a huge moment. And as I'm walking out onto the field I hear and now they throw the first Pitch Life Long Red Sox fan a native of Massachusetts. In when I this is my credits and all this stuff. Goes. Please welcome John Wolf, and I was like, oh So this my. John Wolf Up. Oman. God I'd rather not. I looked over and. I looked over Jacob and Jacob me a fucking thumbs down. He just looked at me my dad was laughing my brother's name is John. And he he he was like man even when I'm not there I still. That's hilarious. It was how did the pitch I mean he played baseball you're good, right? Yeah. I. I. I'm all right. I got booed first pitch in Oakland. You Pittsburgh as I throw a first pitch in Oakland Dude I would love to throw a pitch for the Colorado rockies you one hundred percent. Good. you'd be surprised because last year I know my team reach out I keep because he's doing comedy works. Yeah. Like Hey Brian you know Denver boy born raise rockies fan and they said I usually with the first pitch usually tied to our donors so unless he wants to donate money, it's like what no rockies yeah who's donating to here we go. Here's the race for a speechwriters Oh. You're familiar with my my devil rays. So my buddy who is a guy named? Derek Shelton Picchu catches he's moral deal deal Derek is now the coach the manager for the pirates, but he's a buddy of mine. Play Baseball Szeswith. Him Man we we got it. Thou- cheese might have been the worst he was. He thought the bowl had ovid he was. He was teasing me. He was like man nobody's ever thrown out a first pitch skinny jeans before I'm like wow. Watch me but look how many people are in the stands. And No, it doesn't really matter who it is knowing gets crunched for the guy throwing the first pitch ever Big Star especially at Dodger Stadium? Yeah though it'd be like some big, ass like we got John Legend. No one gives a flaw in late even worse the only time anyone's ever given a shit. In my that I remember is. When I got booed booed in Oakland Dude because the guy who threw out the first pitch before me, they said. I'm not that guy anything I mean look. You Baseball as an American I can't listen on anything. It's not great but I'm giving him I mean. He's he's three days older than baseball. Baseball started. From a fucking. No. Don't do a dude, but we'll let me ask you something. For him or say fifty cents or Carl Lewis who are young. Above all the loosest. Fifty cent the worst I think since it's kind of a Talker I was I was dieting more out of fifty cents because he walked out with a little bit of confidence. You know, I'm trying to think who stone the best your pitch was legitimate in some. There's been some dynamism celebrities with some fucking ropes. You might be the best George W Bush ever seen the ropy throughout the Texans game granted owns them. He's a good one also. The first pitch these doors. But way worse dude, you know who you through A. Bullet was a what was his name? It was a a quarterback. I forget I forget I, forget who sure who threw of missile how're where would you rate yourself as far as like baseball skills are different than baseball skills are different than like other sports. Do you know what? I mean like you can be a great? Baseball player and not be a particularly good. Yeah. A we'll Russell got dropped by the New York Yankees. You. Look at that. Movement, but lookout runs inside. Runs inside. Come on Dude Yeah you can't. But to me, the single hardest thing to do in any sport is hit a base hit a baseball. Yeah. Do you agree with the game of losses because you you you're trying to? Around that's the game like a game of failure, right? Yeah. Hardest job and festival sports is starting quarterback NFL without a doubt. The worst you have to you have to Kobe start thinking now think how many are good. Yeah. You it's exhausting you have to you have to you have to have so many different skills because at the end of the day, you can also be a great quarterback. But if you're not a great leader, I'm assuming when you into that huddle yet no respect. But ask as a quarterback for most be really smart you basically another coach in extension don't you get those guys are so fucking smart. Tom Brady is by no means the best athlete he knows smartest yeah. He he knows what he studies so much you know is what you're GonNa do Russell Wilson. Smartest. Games. Did you watch the FUCKING CLIPPERS? I? Know you did. You talking about the nugget yet do can can we? Can Jersey it should be here tomorrow. Today tell me honestly going into the game last night. What what were you think you? My brother thought they were GONNA win well after they beat them last gay they've been down sixteen. There'd been on nineteen and what I do if you're. You're still winning they got their number and when joke and Maria on and then Puerto barely did anything. Do they beat the shit out? Here's my big question. Here's my big question like maybe because we match up with the Lakers honestly like if anybody was GonNa shut down Murray that perimeter defense from the clippers should have been right between George or beverly or by somebody you got beverly and Got Lou Williams off the bench both sick man of the year like they were so stacked. So what's Tim like me and my brother last night is it a? Is it a matter of the nuggets just being better or did the clippers lose that series? Can I just technically and Clay Travis Vouch for this? Clippers of the best team in the NBA hands down tapped bottom. talented. By, far by far they're the best team they should have won the championship. Yeah. So I think it's a matter of them. Kind of dropped the ball the. In. Georgia's got I've never seen. You know quite what six, hundred, twenty, two do they went over in the fourth combined you know I think doc rivers has lost. Three. So I think he's been up in three. Year olds. So if you stick around long enough shit happens. Okay. But I think you think it's him. On the players okay. 'cause because you can't because what can dock due to be quiet and George hot like when they go About the best player League goes. Six twenty two, it's like if your document. I there's no doubt about, juicy, Boston Fungi Miami Dude. Let me ask you this one question before we get onto that. 'cause you know I'm Boston Fan me too. But don't you think after the third time that you're and by the way this now, like this dude outside of Boston hasn't had talent. He had Chris Paul Blake Griffin De'andre Jordan all in their prime and Matt Barnes and Napa all in their prime. So like I know players love doc and dude, he brought Boston a championship. But at some point in time we have to start wondering why he's not doing more with this crazy amount of talent. The. Team and this one was crazy to me. It should've WANNA. Do you think though and I know you? You think Denver matches up better the Lakers but don't you think Anthony? Davis. Handles Jokic joke it will. Show Jovovich joking not joking which is a tennis player joke it Yokich. Joking Jovic Jovic is the tennis player I think I think they're similar I think one is J. O. H. called the joker okay. Call the. Job But eight. So is actually a power forward joke edge is a center so they won't cover each other and if eighty word covered joke joke edge jokey will just light them up with three. Eighty can't cover on the on the perimeter. Joking. No maybe it doesn't matter. He's GonNa be draining fucking threes raise they match up well with him. Who knows if they win it all nuts when the final. Why do as a kid I remember when the nuggets went I think it was nineteen ninety-three it'd be the the Sonics. Motumbo. This whole Nepal. That's one of the most like. Yeah. Shots any basketball by the way low key. My favorite. I'm curious what you said about this my favorite player not in a Boston uniform. Ever, maybe in any sport is Gary Payton. Oh interesting. I. Love the Glove I fucking love team. I loved the type of game. He had because he would lock you down I love Shaw, my God and I was in Seattle and I watched Peyton. Gio Shawn Kemp's bar. No. But Shawn Kemp used to have sex with my ex I didn't know that they have kids know. Here's I nine, thousand, nine, hundred. Shawn Kemp. Fox It was some. She told me like six months into the relationship I'm Mike. You should open with that. You should you should have led with I used to fuck shot count camp was slanging your girl, your girl Yeah Yeah Yeah my my. Shawn Kemp to. Do. I enjoy games I enjoyed you enjoy game I did the Legion hey. Girl up for our entertainment it's the least you can do. But Shawn Kemp the dunk master who's who outside of your teams? Who's your favorite player? Guy wrote for Butler are you see as a T. as a team I I think Boston could win it and I hope they do my son Boston for God's sakes the so much I love the city of Boston. So I root for the Celtics I think is the best team gone So I root for Butler I root for Russell, Westbrook I like Westbrook to man same reason he's like he's got that kind of killers me to my favorite Kevin. Durant. No EZE the slim reaper favorite player. I mean I love his game I just I mean and who the fuck it might criticize anybody how they handle their own business off but the whole social media. A heady stuff I don't care. She didn't pay attention to me. It bums me out when I find out people who admire pay attention that stuff it gets to them or they have depression from it. Yeah. I, get it because socialism motherfucker. You've four hundred, hundred dollars in the bank rising. I'm my thought why even pay someone to run that for you paid attention my thing Jim shoop fucking free throws. If I there's no way in the world. Somebody who I didn't know existed. Can. Bother me with anything they say, do you know what I mean like? I? Didn't know you existed brought. So. This doesn't buy what you're saying. You're nameless faceless doesn't bother me I'm with you I. Wish it didn't bother him I think I. Think. Athletes Comics anybody in the spotlight there needs to be some sort of liaison or specials to help them navigate through that social media world not to give it so much attention I. think there should be some sort of service where people learn to deal with a better. You UTAH. It's a real problem in a lot of people. Do you know what I try to do man is I take an hour one hour a day. And I because I liked to respond to people. Because I. I like to. It's just who I am like I liked the interaction and engage I really like it. I like it after show don't like it on social media after show the fame engagement I do I do know I have heard from a lot of people who have been to your shows and been like in Greece. Long because you talked to Oh yeah me too chatty cathy me to do. Yeah. Good questions or good Combo. Yeah. Like a lot of people give me advice on the city where to eat bike rides bikes they have like it's funded cars is shoes like really. Has the best shoes far I can't decide, and then they'll make fun of me like if I don't like the now, always bring out my whole hitters 'cause I'm just some basic Nike's. Do what the? Dude. It's raining out of here. Man I? Don't know. So ever since then I'll never get some guy goes. Ahead. We waited three months and these are the shoes you were I'm like. Oh Yeah I'm looking for the shoe on the shoe guy. I Bet I. Bet. What was the first pair of shoes you bought where you were like? These are fucking. Oh, Jordan five, the laser reds. Yeah. You still have them now I fucking wish I can win but yeah. I was when I was a kid I d like now now now, it's a little different like I posted this instagram post Jordan fives look like. They would be just a one over Chen those. And my brother both got. My favorite show of all time. Jordan ones are my favorite shoe of all time But those are the most supplemental shoe that is the bottom for my brother when they came out, bought them from my brother. How much back then I don't know were kids that had been a hundred bucks I. Guess Kit Shoes, duty I still for me. I still remember those white red and black old school I for me either the first Jordan's I, remember seeing. and to me, those are still my all time favorite. They might be the ones I don't know but they probably the ones. White Red and black out of the one-stop I had never. I remember when he first started wearing those shoes they were. So yeah those are that I can't believe play basketball on you ever like those are not. They're not those right there they're not fun to to. The like there's no support 'em. No, there's. Going in so good. These the Dunks, the hotness right now dunks are the height beast. The what people were are skateboarding shoes. Yeah. He's are stiff as fuck you. Re Foreign like the Sam in New York I can't wear dunks. My feet will not because I'm thirty seven. My feet will be destroyed by Tom you back to the hotel. Yeah. You're also thirty-seven-year-old earned for arm shoe. So yeah but doesn't matter for no. These are made for fucking skateboarding stiffest shit. That's why the reason I stick with Puma comfy. They're so comfortable then I'm at the old i. told you what happened to me old man this weekend and I'm at an old man stage in my life but who are man like humor those genes or anything? Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Are you have you ever thought about designing issue? I did one for this brand. New. York brand called greats I did one. Fighter and Kit. Glad with him. Yeah and those great. Well, how percent? because. That one hundred percent your you get the design. And how did you go about like did you look a lot older? Have a base that get to start from. The right here. So. So great their leather shoes I can get to craze s I like crazy shoes when appealing massey can't do crazy. So these are like a man you know what I also like. See I like the thick on the bottom. Yeah I know a lot of people don't know. They're amazing. They're crush. There's big time now they in return my calls. To Ryan. But. This I mean these sold out in minutes. Yeah. Those are Super Dome Yeah. Are. You. Are. You being extra careful with your family and the air quality and all that I wanNA run yesterday 'cause I my son from school I some downtime. So I was like I'm I'll run like my old one. I'll go from Venice Santa Monica pier and I was running talking my dad on the phone. So isn't paying attention am Abbott ran while I'm so fucking sorts not even funny but. Be I felt like Shit Dude Yeah, and you see the air quality is the worst in the world you telling me our air quality is worse than fuck in Beijing China right now we're worse than India jude now La's worse than India. I I will swarm like met my nose was stuffy I, just my chest is heavy I just kind of been like my head like in the clouds. It's just inhaling this or will shit my I was telling you I went on a bike ride and I wiped my face just with cloth and it was black. Because the soot had stuck to the sweat and I was like that's what I'm breathing in, and then my son who's got a little bit a a Jacobs got a little bit of. But I can tell when when shit is hitting his lungs he was outside for maybe an hour. He came back in not only was he was like Oh feel terrible but he had these deep black circles reasons. And he'll win the news tells you that's unhealthy out this listen but they're so full of shit again it's tough to it's like, okay. Yeah. I will do my mask now more. How design yet because of the air because you kind of Shit that sticks in your, that's not good. Through and I'll be fine but what I meant to do Gr- with growing up with with your kids when they're little have your hand in close calls like this last night. So Boston goes to bed at six o'clock like put. Give him bath every night we have routine six o'clock on the dot take him up takes a bath drink just melt goes to bed right here and then I'll go ahead. So the kids on a strict routine. The they take their nap at a certain time but especially, Boston is a newborn. He was a time to eat same time. They're strict routine my girls anal about strict routine. So six o'clock he goes up meanti you stay down yeezy watch rick and Morty Anita Snack or whatever before he goes to bed at seven might take him up for a shower. So me and tiger down it's six fifteen and we're watching ricky more. It's a little loud and I hear my girl gone, Brad. Brad screaming now that I had been Saddam like what the fuck? So put the team up and she was I, can hear voice brandit panic and I fought tiger stadium in sprint upstairs of course, tiger falls. Sprint upstairs. Boston's purple can't breathe foot lump Thakin like an eggplant purple and he drank his milk fast and then it came up and he liked burger swallowed something got stuck like the powder something that came through his nose and he couldn't breathe. So you know I just you know what helped me this is crazy to say this. You know what my mind went to remember that video of that cop. Yeah. With the baby doing it like this that I just went all the COP did. So I took Boston start him like clearly hard like this nothing nothing nothing on the back on the back and I told my. I will call call nine, one, nine, one one but my head, I'm like these guys you know the area you know La such a big count. Yeah. By the time they get here I don't get this. He's he's he's a goner. Yeah. Keep doing it finally. ooh, he's crying like a motherfucker but dude, yet I took CPR when I was asked him certified when I was like lost after I got cut from the NFL I. Didn't know I was to do so I get. NASA which is Natural Kademi for sports medicine to get the certification take. CPR. Class. So they teach kids and stuff I. Guess. I. Remember a little bit of that. But that's more mouth to mouth not the kids choking. So now I told my grandma. Laurie, WHO's our caretaker? Your mom anybody who watch kids we need you have it. I'm going to have somebody come with crib out not just serve out there dm your email, find the kid shop at G. Dot Com. There's a service that can come and show them CPR how to do that for babies do we were? I DIDN'T SLEEP Sleep. Last night I slept in his room on the floor of pride of the first three hours and it was just like just to make sure he was good at so scary because it's like dude. And you an idea crime because higher saw chills tiger. Saul how like panicked I was like sprint it up there and he came late. So he's crying because he's seen his brother purple which I want him to see yet he's a quasi purple. Then you know he saw the frantic and his mom and my eyes. So Tiger felt that vibe. So Tigers Crime Boston's crying and tigers hugging his brother kissing on him after he was breathing tiger so scared buddy. Yeah. The it was fucking it. Those things also show you how quickly. It Agile. Life Yeah. Man how quickly can turn the kids choking was always one of my biggest fucking fears it. Only. Happened one time and ask my girl like did he just did you not give them break during the Melody Bourbon Issues I did everything I do every? Yeah and I I was sitting with them and then he was a good. And then you could tell he was like And then it went through his nose and can breathe. Got Something got stuck in there. Yeah it's it is a so scary frightening like. Let me ask you some did when everyone wanted to sleep. Did you cry for a little while just like I cried suny start crying I would've just 'cause they're so it makes you realize that moment holy Shit like like this. This is how fragile things got three like like my whole. Honestly do three minutes. That's the difference between you being here to tell a story in three fucking minute. Oh, my life is over dude can't even my kids go with no. No, you're not seeing Brennan doing. No so crazy and but that's that kind of stuff also. Can make you hyper parent Do you know what I mean like helicopter any cough anything? Wait tour so hard I couldn't wait to get up just to see them. Then what's you know he's such a kid and I'm sure it was such a baby infant. I'm sure it was traumatic firm but once I picked him up, educate him outside just to calm down and then he's just so happy and play. told him like he's fine. He's fine. He's grabbing tigers face. That's really important to me anyway again, I'm not a parent. But to me, it's important for you not to. Constantly be scared about it because when you're scared, they're scared the kids can send. Yes. So if you're if you if that if that time if that moment if that freak accident changes you and your wife into worried people when you're worried parents kids at were. You Know Tigers four and a half. So my girl don't want to scare him she you know she didn't know. But Tigers what's purple my girl goes I dropped some on the ground that something on the grounds purple. No, it's not like I'm Tony Smart from this we gotta tell what happened like. Purple because he couldn't breathe when can't breathe you turn Blue Indiapol- and he's Oh I got papa to he's what happens if you can't breathe. Then he died. Boston was going to die I'm like if you didn't breathe. Yeah Dude. That's that's why that's why your dad was so scared that's why you dad ran up there and did and that's why you said and that's why you better go to bed on time. Yeah. Start saying that I remember I wish man. When you have any health problems I, don't mean yet jakup growing up. Did he yeah his boss are tiger had but nine epileptic seizures, but we don't know what it was. So when he was getting I've never he's crying he's to have his whole head covered bandage with all these wires hanging off them and they're doing all these scans dude dude. I'll remember my grandma man if it's something like a tumor something, he doesn't make us. Coming back both for me I'm done. Yeah. There's no I don't. WanNa be here. Now there's no comeback you know I'm not positive dude I don't struggle with. There's no coming back from that. When I when out. Yeah I don't want to be here and I don't know how people do it. For me the biggest one. When Jacob was I probably four and a half five I we went I flew cross country with Jacob and I was dating Beth at the time. So he was probably four and a half maybe five year and we were going into Connecticut for my friend's wedding and Jacob was staying at my parents and upstate New York. And my mom called and she said. He can't breathe. And I said what? She said He. He I go. He's choking. She's like no, he's. Not able to catch your breath we're standing outside in like forty degree weather. The only place he can catch it, catch his breath and I was like, what do you mean like not breathe and she put the phone up to his the Doing Buddy and he was. Just an club fuck I'm hours away. There's like that's the thing for me. I was I'm now. Helpless you and I've talked about this before like one of the hardest things for me. When my son deployed in. Afghanistan was you're completely helpless you tried to talk him out of that. Going in the army. Yeah. No not when he gave me the reason Moses reason you know he called me to say daddy like your freedom you. I do. Send an eagle to your house ABC or. No he said to me he was in college and was ten days in. He goes I'M NOT GONNA. Make it I go. Are you already fulfilling? We haven't even given a test yet and he was like I'm not prepared for this I don't how he's basically he said I don't have enough discipline. To be here, this isn't for me. This is the he basically said, I don't know if discipline to be here and he said I want to go and he had been living with his mom for a little while so he spent high school with his mom. And so. I said, what do you mean? He's I just don't have enough discipline to make this work and I said, okay, do you WanNa? Do he said I think I'm GONNA join the army. And I said all right lost something and he said I just need. I lucked yeah I need structure I. Need Structure Really. Dizzy Checchi could be deployed for war whether it's no doubt when he was gone to to me that means right. Yeah. The what's scary is like going to war and it's not like World War Two or World War World War One. It's like now we're going to work very political buddy. You know it's like you. You're kind of fighting for freedom depending on what you're being stationed stuff like that but also a lot of its political. Tough for me. But for me, it was more like at least you know the guys who came home from Vietnam were not welcome. When he came back he said he was welcomed by everybody with overnight. So so that I wasn't did he was he like in the skit we call it Yup Yup did I told you that story about that video he wanted to show my at their welcome here already right here. So like but my biggest thing talked about or see PTSD. He's got he's he's got some issues. You know he's not as bad as some guys and and but he's got his own. He's got some physical issues and he's got he's done is he's done. He's done I think he's getting MED boarded out. It was just got some physical. Was He? Does, he know what he wants to do. He's going to move to Nashville with me. Love it, and because you know we have mental hang out for a long time. Yeah. How old is he? He's twenty seven young. Yeah. Does you know what he does? He have any idea what he wants to know man he you know what he? He was like man I just I just want to hang for a little while and and and see what I like because i. don't even know what I like but I'm site saw finding what he likes. percent but that's what the like whether it's whether it's soldiers in you know who get deployed and they get done with their service or professional whatever athletes they are entertainers when you're done, there are college students when you're done, there's that weird lull period where you don't know what the fuck and do. I think everyone goes through that. Be So bad for soldiers or what? What's Your C fighter going to do the same thing this graduating college class fucking figure out dude like you get done. You kinda like all right I majored in. Communications Yeah. I'm not going to get a job right away. I went to I went to loyal. It's like no one gives a fuck nobody gives if you're GONNA have to and figure out something you're GonNa do now but the fighters it's scary to it's like I've been doing this for the last seven years I'm known as a fighter and I'm I'm not doing this figured out. It's like, yeah, everyone has that period scarier. You didn't you and I think fighters Athletes in general anybody that's in business where there's an adrenaline rush. I think when you leave that business, you miss you know my son will tell you he when he came back seeing deploy the dragon he wanted to go back and he's logging and did you feel like was there that? Does comedy filled out a little bit for you. I was just talking about my therapist yesterday about it. It's like you know through comedy I get that same dopamine that same yeah. Satisfaction that I did from fighting without being scared to get kicked in the face that which is a huge difference. Do you do you like as far as homework goes for for fighting and for comedy? Do you know what I mean? Are there any similarities at all in preparation obviously not like like the actual physicality of it but like How you prepare for fight how you get into it mentally? Is there any similarities at all I think maybe the work ethic from being like discipline and fighting and carrying that over to comedy podcasting has helped me the most but people always I hate when people say, oh, he has a a fighters work ethic. No, not all fighters are like this. This work ethic if I worked for UPS like you know my dad is in a profession, here's a crazy work ethic like it's a that's a that's a character trait. Athlete De, De Hate when people say, Oh, isn't athletes work ethic listen some of the latest people I know on this fucking earth aren't professional athlete come on with talented as fuck touted, but they're lazy as so McCormick's we know laziest Fuck Dude, how do you not have? You don't have a new ten minutes what are you doing man on the same twenty minute set for how many year? Yeah. But again, that's not a that's that's a work ethic whether you're. Talented comedian, which most these guys are or your talented fighter or talented football player just because you're professional athlete, I cannot stand when people go. Oh, the only reason he success because he is a work ethic of fighters work ethic. No, it's just a work ethic period. What I'm doing I couldn't agree with you more drives me. It's one of my pet I hate when people say the but like when I see people doing the same at the comedy store. The comedy store not on the road where you people are paying to hear your material when I see somebody the same set. Yeah. For like eight does for almost long in that but you know it crushes like. 'cause you guys haven't seen it before but I yeah I'm GonNa Fall my nominee Dick's he's been doing this for four years though and by the way, the truth of the matter is is that the way you get better is to fail takes you gotta shoot you talk and shot hearing go four for twenty like why did do you know what? Sometimes four for twenty, two or six for twenty two but then some nights Shingo ten for hundred percent and you learn do you know what I did for three separate years? So I used to be. Heavy Pacer like almost Chris Rocky. GARAMBA. Yeah. It almost Chris Rock and then I was like okay. I just think I'm moving too much because I just would see people's heads. So this is what I did for three years in a row. For the first year I stood behind the MIC. Never took it out of the Mike stand just never sat down stood there. The next full tour I sat down the whole time like mark man, the whole time power power move, and then I stood up because I, I found out what parts of my jokes worked better in stillness. and which parts needed movement and it made every story so much better because some of the parts of the jokes needed me to be still. And some needed. It's more powerful when it makes it better. When you move counts, it's like swearing I was doing the same thing and Christie Leah told me he watched Saito's dude that was good. Here's your. Do you notice though you're moving ton 'cause I move a ton but I move when it matters and goes in like like me you're big dude. Yeah. So when you're moving nonstop, it's almost a distraction he's like so move when it counts move when you want them to pay attention. And your size I told, Jodi. As at early on because he used to pace like crazy in his three piece suit and I was like dude, you're scaring the fuck out of people think it's a distraction too. I helped me tremendously have you. I'm a little hung over I'm hung over and I don't know how many from what? Yellowstone Dude I saw that picture you your hat and your whiskey I'm looking. Dude I if I don't see a lasso and the next picture. I get a Lasso I. Watch yellowstone and drink whiskey and then. I woke up this morning because you know we're we're middle season two and it's dude it's so fucking good. It's the best show I've ever seen. Okay. I'm so into it I'M GONNA I'm drinking this whiskey because they drink Wisconsin I'm on my cowboy hat and we're season two. And and and then like the I'm like we can only my rule is killing what's to episodes of night others GonNa blow through his have nothing to fucking do nothing. So we can only watch tonight and I find myself the when we I started watching I just have maybe you know just one whiskey left two to three and I'm so into I don't know I've nicotine in just like fucking Dutton like I'm on the ranch of. Nicotine. In my hat on and and we got done with it and I was like, Oh, I'm I'm a little but I'm pretty drunk. Why go to bed? You know go to bed at nine, thirty, ten, you go to bed at nine, thirty, sometimes nine. Yeah I can't get sleep I'm an early bird. So then my son always wakes him up five, thirty or six six if I'm lucky morning five thirty and I, wake up Mike. Baba would give me a second. He does come out. He was grasping hangings come on. Let's go downstairs at school downstairs like give give down a second here I'm like I wanNA, deaths hung over. Five thirty I gotTA bellyache Oh. I gotTA stop doing this. Is this the first time you've been home over here from your kids Yet. But Dato now dude, I coached baseball game still a little high on ecstasy. My son we were at. A park and I coached all my there was this one team one year that we went to sign them up and they were like, yeah sign ups unless you want to coach. Your key can't be on a team why and I? Your coach and they said cool here the leftover kids it didn't get draft. So that was the team we had. We had four. Bears here's the little giant. Do we have four Russian kids? Three didn't Russians Russians? I was even Hollywood the only thing they don't do well besides Macra Shit. Baseball. Day. Definitely. Go ahead named the best Russian baseball player fucking. Wait I think he might have been on our team don't. Dude we we so one day we show up and It was late in this was back when I was single raising the three kids and so. I didn't go out very often. So if I was going out, I was GONNA win. Oh do you like single Cougar Mama goes out and it is on it is a German BUKAC on likes. Let. Iraq. Get. It. Mom Karna Milk Baked Potato. Sitting in front of the couch waiting it's happy hour at suck inside as and Dick I'm I'm like so we were going out and. There are some ecstasy that night and they're gonNA take some. Ten o'clock game I should be of debris. Guy I was for about six month period. The next morning so sad well, that's why just kept taking so set. So I was it was I, took it and then my brother was like, hey man. You another one I was like what time is it, and he's like he's midnight I'm like I'll take another one. He's like that game. I should be fine. So around three, a m I go man I gotta take another one or go to sleep. He was like, let's take another one for him. So. Because, he was my. Coach together. Yeah. You're we showed up blitz a little. I. Kept my son because you know my eyes were still a little fucked pupils the size of fucking sauce I'll tell you what though the code kid up rubbing your thighs and they were like coach Wolf is really drinking orange juice morning I'm like. Man Do yeah, I told everybody I was like everybody's doing a great job today man. Hansi with the cage. Just. We had a kid on the team this Russian Kid Brennan Okay. So he was little lefty. He had such great natural skill as a pitcher like what the first time he threw it I'm like Oh this kid he's our newest. ICEBOX, but he was not showing up to a lot of the practices. So I asked one of his Russian buddies where where is he and he goes yeah. He does he teaches he helps his dad during the day. Work I go. What is it that he goes his dad's a dentist I. Oh, so I said, can you give me the address the office? I'm going to go over there and see if I can't talk him into letting me have names Alex Alex come down and and pitch more. He's really good. So he gives me the address. And I. I'm finding the address I drive over. It's an apartment building in Hollywood. And it's GonNa apartment number and I walk up and I go in and outside there's some chairs in the hallway people waiting in line and I goes it's the dentist none of them Gingrich and they knock on the door and Alex opens the door it's an apartment. Like an apartment, they're doing some side Hustle with age dentist chair in the Living Railway. So no living room was a dentist chair it was like. Being taken no insurance and not only that you know what was right next to living room in the apartment in Hollywood the kitchen. Oh Yeah. So mom's cooking food while this dude has his mouth open on the dentist chair hustle though. A ten year. Old Kid is the dental assistant. Maybe not your best move. Tough. So I come in I'm like, Hey, I'm looking around and my home I got. Ten. Got Good Coachman Dan Eleven I walk. I talked to the data can I get? It was. Can you talk to after the guy left and he was I was like is a possible for Alex Dot com is like I need help with the fairly business. Jesus Christ and I was like, what can I do to make sure he makes the Games. And he was like, can you pay for his shift I'm like? No. Can't I'm like on. This is Cam. Newton like. I not trying to give them. To. Just trying to pitch at the fucking Washington Park come on man I'm just trying to get you know but he. He find that he would come down taking off his scrubs on the way to the field. He's a baller dude. This little kid could whip it man interesting. He could wipe it. We had it was a weird year dude we had a the one the other Russian kids thought he was white black. And called the kids and the other teams here's a WHO will show. He's to call them my n word when they got on, he played first base. And I shouldn't drop in the but to the other. Go Hey man can't do that here. This is not and he was like, no, we're all the same I'm like, no, no, no no. But how how long did you coach Your Kid's team? I coached Jacobs team. This was the hardest thing for me about my career. Is that I coach J. Keys and all the kids teams I coached Jacobs team up until he was. Twelve years old and then I started going on the road and I went from not missing a game ever to missing everyone that's where I struggle. Because we're tiger starts playing. I'm not gonNA MISS A fucking game, but they play on Saturday. So there you. Oh, Brennan in fucking in Dallas he's doing Tuesday Wednesday Thursday shows do that's that's why I'm GonNa have to do. It was by the time they're in sports a big enough name I can just do theater. So just Friday nights on flying back Saturday morning. Plan I want to get famous. So I want. I'm doing to theater shows on Friday nights. Coach my brother leaks doable and let me tell you from somebody who hit everything up until age twelve. and. Didn't hit anything after age twelve. We talked about this before like that in our brains every show is super important. Yes. I'll tell you right now is not the missing. May I offer my biggest regret and without a doubt my biggest regret and I've apologized to him. Profusely. is at I got in that mindset of a need. This GIG I gotta do the next Gig. This is that money I can't turn that money down. I. Don't know when that money stop I gotta do that money and I wasn't there for his pro, not worth it. Not Worth over and I I've I've had more one go around to go round. There's one right on the Rock, and so you have to decide what the really important things are and I'm GonNa tell you something about can price important I talk to my girl and finding trying for another for third I want four you you for she was. Like I'm fucking done my imagine one more. A Little Brendan Junior you don't want to outnumber you, bro You Wanna be able to play man to man zone. Zone it are you in his own zone. Though accurate I am I could be a girl can she wants girl? So Obama could be a girl you never know get chance arts can be another. What if but if the girl comes if a girl comes, she's also going to be a monster athlete. Hopefully, not official look like me with a wig on hopefully she looks like her mom by the way but also she's two bodyguards. That's the day. That's the absolute. The Queen of the House we didn't have a girl three, three other brother. So we didn't have I I don't know what it would have been like but I think she would have been protected by all of us. Right my group my girl goes wait if we have a girl she wrapped around your finger like you're you're to do anything from like I do anything now for the Tigers like Dad I, want this I. You know just what? Do us. What I do is that Push over debt like are you push over? Dude. Yeah. Big. Time do you think sports growing like dude? You GOTTA get your thirty throws in like or school I'm super strict but outside that ought to do you think. With like. Curfew and. Where do you fall like as of right now, if your son is sixteen and he's like, Hey, have some friends over you. Cool. If we stay here all night, but we drink where you with that camera. Nothing worse than the cool parents. Both nothing worse but at the same time ago, some we did. But at the same time, do you want them out drinking drinking's do you? Bats that's the thing i. I hope he. He's raised where he's made good decisions where you're going to do that stuff with just do it responsibly I think. To me I gave Jacob an Uber Card and I said, I don't WanNa see a charge on this doesn't say ooh yes. But like this is for if you need a ride never gonNA question it by the way even if it's two in the afternoon, I'm Never GonNa say why did you need to take advantage and safe manager that. But if I ever hear about you getting in a car, I'M GONNA. fucking kill you. Yeah. There was no. Do the Madison ever got him? I found a vape in his room of tobacco. How old is he? Fifteen or sixteen. And I said to him I, go through doing this. I'm going to tell you this, and this is just your one chance. I'M GONNA. Tell you this right now do not. Smoke vapes do not. Get Addicted to this shit now were you still smoking weed everyday when you tell them you this? Do not do not and I'm serious man I can't get you hooked on this. This is a hard habit to break and. Man. That motherfucker and by the way yeah I snoopy my kid's room. If you don't snoop and your kids were almost neighbor by the way I don't I didn't I didn't snoop around. Studio Yeah, I know. But can you got? What's this. For your you're getting a gun Okay he did. The super. You GotTa snow. got to see what's going on man Mike. Over Snow Dogs, she's trying to get a gun talk. If I can help. Elsa. Is this I didn't bust him on everything because I didn't want them to know I was in his shit. Yeah. But I WANNA make sure he's not doing things that are harmful to them. So as soon as I saw vape yeah, you're you're right and he goes as bad though he saved him and he said so snooping in my room I, go no I was snooping in my room dude you know that's my room on this fucking play this whole places in my shit. It was the Madison ever got he. I told him. I said, Hey, this was towards the school. I said I want you to know when you when school ends. You're going to walk home. You're going to this school for the summer you're going to walk into your room and you're not gonNA leave that room until school starts in September Jesus Christ vaping. Four for me telling him explicitly not the if you do this again yes. You're not going to be happy with the results that was my whole thing on it. My whole thing was just making sure that if I said, I was going to do something you have to follow otherwise they push it like you that four. Don't do that otherwise I'm not gonNA. Do this and then I do it. I, fucked up fuck out. He knows I'm willing to give in the does he know the are your easier than hunt? Does. He ask you instead of ask her. And the whole fake cried. You better keep them or your pocket. Girl yells at him come straight to me should don't don't coddle him. Do not give him love him like I gotTa. Give. You mean that don't give him love. Yeah. He's coming over here. She's like. The bad guy I'm like, yeah. Good cars gotta but we gotta be just bad cop. Bad Cop like nobody watches movie too bad. Yeah you're just playing a wrong. I would vaping like hopefully my kids are. Like Bush, into buff their in sports like for me the thing that kept me away from vaping even though it wasn't available as good but cigarettes or wieght or drugs or even I didn't drink house fuck started doing stand up at all and drink at all but it was my dad's like Oh who do you look up to? Like. Go Junior CEO or Adam Sandler some athlete you know like they don't do that stuff, but they don't do that stuff. So if you WANNA be like them, you're gonNA have to you don't do that stuff and as well. Yeah. I won't be like them. So I'm not going to do you didn't drink in college not barely. because. I major football. So it's like we're playing. Nebraska didn't want to get hammered or I knew like we played Nebraska when I start playing we played Nebraska. The following week was Missouri and they were studs and I don't want to be you know I didn't want to affect my do do do I would I would like like we we'd have like my buddy club Paul Creighton. Down and Chad cuss with they had a house and they'd have parties that have kegs and I drink like I play like beer pong by never got I never got hammered. We expect me never. When you? NFL Right. Everybody. Does right. We all did when when you traveled with college, Football Do Do. You ever party in the city you never know they take you angry you back right away on a Friday night you're at the hotel you have meetings that night the next morning you're up early there's not a chance for you ever at a ballgame Oh. Yeah, and if there do they party bogue you a little more but but there is there was guys. There is a guy who went on to be drafted and he was a stud for the cowboys for the Cleveland Browns and before game my buddy who's also first round pick in the second round he had to sleep on a couch because we played in the Houston Ball and our buddies from Houston and he just every hour he had a new girl just. fucking all through the night all through the night played horrible. The next played a horrible. Miss the notion down my buddy Joel Klatt literally ended his career got knocked out because you know he missed the blitz he just missed it. And I wanted to he was he was he got no sleep. I WANNA I WANNA to tattle did it but I'm like. Oh Yeah. He missed the blitz because he was up all night fucking yes. has to stick of those. Those your. Your legs are a little jelly you gotta sleep maybe he had the worst game. I wanted like dude, you're fucking all night like what did you think was going to happen? They went against you went on a great career though by the way I'm Gonna I'm GonNa go on record right now and I'm GonNa tell you say what you want Joel don't have talking about but I literally got knocked out. Do I'M GONNA go on record right now? fucking. All night sounds at my terrorist exhausting. People are like we fucked for hours. Why? What are we talking about? I'm not in the gym for our God hours exhausting when people are like Brag about you must you need to go to the doctor something? Our sounds like it just doesn't sound interesting row not my thing. No, you don't like three hour movie no none. So you're not this that time served seems like when I hear Guys Brag about it I'm like dude that. First of all, also who's bragging. Also by the way I, I've never been a woman before, but I'm assuming after at least an hour of sex. I, mean, it's got to sound like he's gotta sound like sneakers at the Ymca on the. Balance or Viagra anything you're have never tried you donate it no no. I've never tried it I'm not against it. I looked into TRT. By. Way. throughout Asia doctor I saw Dr and your levels check come check and getting them by getting back. Oh so you don't know what they're at but with how lean your but your testosterone is pretty hot and your energies good or. Is that because I accumulated a lot of body fat and. Low body high energy that she that's all testosterone base usually because usually males after forty testosterone. That's one of the main things for depression stuff like that and fat like when your. Drops your your your happiness everything muscle mass, everything jobs, and you you're not like do you serve I think I was thinking about this last night you can sleep because my kid almost died but You do you suffer from depression at all about this last night? Yeah. Do you? Yeah. I knew it yet, which is weird because I've never seen it out of you. Know, but I will ever last Amici pit Josh suffers from yes. Yeah. I go. I have I have I have some dark spells. I. Really Do have some dark spells. And? Dark re talking have you were you always like this? because. Depressions like. Catherine? No. I'm not saying that said on era earner laundry cat suffers from depression to I can tell right wing tat when cal yeah you really want. Cat Cat has. Dubbed David off would say, has a touch of the dog. Yeah, my dad used to say. That guy touch downs Oh yeah he Looks like he was just got God gave him just a touch. The hilarious. Depression you know he just. In. Touch downs. That's funny But not like he was a nice full God was like just a little just a touch. Thank you I feel I. I would tell you in. The days you see me the happiest. overcompensating. I'm overcompensating and have you always been you've always struggled with depression. I don't know how to answer that because I think when I was younger. I'm not sure I knew I would've. I. would. You wake up sad though when you're younger Yeah. Some, it's been too. They say it is like a genetic, right? Yeah. There's a good chance for kids are probably going to suffer from it. So I think for sure that Jacob has a little bit of it. I mean, my daughter has her already have has issues for me my oldest son I don't know I i. don't think he does he's going through some tough times, but I don't know if he technically has a military kid. Yeah. But but for me mad on medication am I know. I my depression is always about it always comes down to and I don't know about you. But. Such self loathing and it's got nothing to do with anything around me. It's never depressed about my career never depressed about my family. It's I hit a period of a couple of days where I just think I'm the biggest piece of shit and I just same with you that. Yeah it's really hard for me. Late nothing can do I can't shake it out of I can't shake out of my own the only thing that keeps me. Sane is I'm old enough and I've been through it enough to know you'll get through. This is going to at this is not that I know when you're when you have the touch of the dog Beth that's my wife she knows what to the D- grown up to the kids notice no, because you know Like I said, I'm pretty good of overcompensating but the more I overcompensate the worst I feel about myself to make sense. So the happier I pretend to be the more. The deeper the fall you have depression no. I suffer from anxiety for a few years, but then I kind of went away yapping Zaidi. But do you get a tax find attack d your heart races you sweat you feel like you're gonNA have a heart attack none of the attack. Canada if scale one to tend to be a four throughout the week. Oh, that's not terrible. Four or five I mean just like come on do but does it does it does it interfere with your day to day like does it does no power? No No. I might lose sleep or I might be not president home when it happens why did you think that I have no idea yeah. I knew it though I don't know. As a guy pet to have so many friends that suffer from I bet Josh has depression. One of the things in one of the reasons why really focus on being positive. And and And lifting myself and other people up and not focusing on negative and is because if if I sink, it's easy for me to sink into it like for me to remember to stay positive once a month for you. Honestly when I can when I. Can mentally keep up with myself and try to remind myself about things that I do have and things not things that don't have things that I can do nothing that I can't do. I can really help myself but at least. I would say once every six weeks or so it just hits hard. It's a Gut Punch human shows. No, I'm never missed anything. I've never missed anything. I've had. Crying fits in Green Room, because I would get off stage and just be like you sack budget. I would you have to clean it cleared out but but? I don't feel like you haven't had a spell in a while yet. Do you take medication? I do not take medication. He know it I've been depressed since I met you though. Impressed with last like two years. So a certain level though into certain level, it's always pretty manageable and then every couple of months ago you bad it'll get really. And how many days the last few usually a couple of weeks. See Mine doesn't don't along in is it for you? Is it self loathing? Is it or is it more about everything? Just feels really great it's like I don't feel anything. It's almost like a happy everything's heavy everything's very gray I have no motivation to do anything to do you know on Talbot. I know how explain this but things almost sound different it sound everything sound. So monotone, just medication to help with that cat eight want to try it out. Tried out I don't I don't like to take medicine for if I don't need to me to in my head like if I've already gone to this point on my life without medication I know well, enough that there are certain things I can do to help. It may never like take care of the issue, but I don't want to would have I don't know I've no talked to him I asked her but I, know people that suffer from it who are very close to me they're on medication it really helps helps a lot of people but does it I think my? My thing is that like I've heard some people say just Dole's me out Yup I've heard and so some people were like, oh, I wouldn't be on this earth but I didn't have it and it's great and I've heard from other people. So she creatives like Oh, it makes me now. I don't mind hitting that whole for three or four days every six weeks or so. I'm just scared that it could that it will just dole me out fiction. Awesome. I mean it's if you've been dealing with since I've known you you know what? I'm saying it's really really bad for weeks It's been like that since I was like a kid though weird. Yeah. Parents were never like. No I don't think they. Job. Terry. They didn't know it was like an issue too like eighteen. Genetically it something with a chemical imbalance for. Yeah. Like my sister. My sister's bipolar. Can you feel it coming on when the cabins yacking kind of feel a trickling and yeah, and and do you almost prepare yourself mentally? Yeah. I, I kinda give people a heads up my hey, if I disappear for a couple of weeks like you don't hear from me fine I, tell check in. To. Make sure that I'm at work and I'm like if I'm at work, I'm good. Does it does it affect you going places? Do you miss work? Do you share this work which is not shoot I can T it's bad free catch she's not. She's not cat you know you just like fuck? Yeah. It's so impossible to explain to people because you're an intelligent person. I'm half intelligent I know when I'm in it I know when I'm in it and I'm like I'm in it just get yourself out of it and it. Doesn't happen. One of my closest friends, my brother Theo, von the saint. Yeah. It's not out there. He's he suffers from. And Dude, you're talking Jackal and fuck in Hyde men where I'm learning to deal with it more now. But it was I mean he'll hit darkin. This is the worst and this I'm like locked up in your eyes. Oh. That's not real. I mean what he's saying he doesn't mean not real. You know sometimes you know in the morning, you might be as worse. So him the on. I don't talk before eleven am we don't because we don't always fight. Yet. so He'd be like Oh dude, and then at one colon apologize I'm like, let's not talk in the mornings like let's just skip latte. Don't call me about any business or anything regarding the show. We'll talk later in the afternoon. You're much better. He's I. Agree. When deals happy's the best fucking person on the planet. He's one of my favorite people on this earth when he sad. I know and I forced them to come to my House I. Go I don't deal I guarantee. You cannot be sat around Tiger guaranteed. You just come over see what happens and you're he won't do it and I'll come over. No. You can't have time to think about his shitty sits. Yeah whatever he's GonNa do. Tigers forcing behind go see or shoot fucking NERF guns or drag him to the pool basketball and Hobie do this really help them like Tony do I think I didn't notice it as much when my kids. Were younger and maybe also because. It was all depression. I was when I was living in that one room with them it all kind of sucked tough. So I don't know, and maybe just everything was happening all at once. But the more time alone I've had as I've gotten older is the more I've really noticed I think social media if you do suffer from that amplifies everything to I agree with you it was not a lot of positivity going on there I can find it before in general if you're going through calm and stuff like that like no no successful persons leaving comics comment. So, you're you're getting comments from people who are not happy. Yeah, and they're suffering from whatever you're suffering for. They lash out on there and you're reading those comments and your download that in your database it's not good man well, also for those of us in this business and anything really when you look at social media, you think you're looking at people's actual lives not. They're just showing you the parts that they want you to see. So no when you're scrolling through all, you're looking at people who you perceive to have a better life than yes it's not real. Super depressing everyone has the same problems tuned. Yeah. Whether it's a person taking a picture and a giant mansion, they still have problems trust. They have problems who heard was areas get some Dan. I heard he had some. I somebody told me that they were coming after him for tax stuff. I. Could told you here's prompts from his fucking instagram. Do you don't post pictures with dime pieces in guns and tanks. The like not have serious issues. Serious EGO issues self doubt worked a couple of the little. Dick. And I like him. You don't post that stuff. 'cause you're you're you're throwing this out there for not just for followers you're doing something with this do. You know I. I've never been to one of those parties Jacobs been to a couple where he worked a couple and he said it's like. You know those parties you see in the movies that you don't think actually happened. He was like that's what his party's. And I said how he said but. he was like there's just so but I didn't know this until I. Look I think that he paid for a lot of those. Women to be there I think one hundred percent. I had no idea. Oh Yeah. So the the the that party alone must cost a gazillion costs gazillion also no-one knows each other you've been party Rick How do you? Normally I don't well, that's weird. How old we don't, he just invited me. Thinking Old Bryan callen party, how am I go? How'd he doesn't we don't. Okay, go. We don't. Nobody knows he? You know whose houses I know Brian just invited. Random. People. There's no chemistry. There's no there's no vibe in the party like what the fuck is. The bunch of rejects Dude I was at a party. Okay. Longtime AGO PARTY SEATTLE. Small Party maybe they fourteen people. And this girl that we know that I used to work with. sexists dude in the room at my friends room. And they have sex and do a couple more drinks and high five's people because people there. So you know people are fucking right. And walks out and we know the girl and she comes out and she was just couldn't help it. We were like problem get your shit on and she was like, this is so funny. She was like I didn't really know who's friend is that and we were like we thought you brought. Nobody knew who the fucking Gary was. He came out high fines. Everybody took a couple of shots and left his rocks. Really. Great we Do. I was walking down the street. He knew this part of. This hot chick fucker drank drained. Love. Cool pretty cool. I was like I was thinking the same thing. I'm like that's the best night that dude has ever had ever spice still on the story. Now he's like I I to to be walking home or whatever. Even if you're in if I think, I know the pressure timeout smoking hot. Crazy dude. Crazy. He must have lived in the building or something. I like party. Yeah. I'm going to swing by here. She's hot. Let's do this what a great night. Yeah. Oh, man you stinky kids I got some for you. I'm talking about native Deodorant doesn't just block odor better. It's made better. Native has ingredients you've heard of like coconut oil Shia butter. They got all sorts of tasty stuff for you and guess what? No aluminum that's GonNa. Plug your sweat glands and kill yet. 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A total departure from it, but I don't really have a tie types hot. Fuck what? What ethnicity hot hot I don't care discriminate no I like that ever I like y Asian e. e o p you have an equal opportunity peanuts hot is hot. Killer fuck I like all. Where you your wife is Hispanic Super Mexican, is this the first knowing Mexican? So McKnight Jesus Christ when she gets mad. She's speaking Spanish speaker of the kittens man. She can talk to me especially under stand any of it. So I don't care what if the kids in her start talking Spanish? They do about you they do. I. Mean I don't Fuck. You don't care you get your by the way we're so when they go bad on white people like. Amen I'm here I'm here steady off to make an argument for white people like all right. We can do this if you want. I'M GONNA destroy. I'm gonNA hurt some feelings. Here's some feelings up in this bitch. Here's what I really WanNa see I wanNA. For for like her mom make You know come up for Christmas and they have like a a thing it's called a What's called Sola. Sola. MNUCHIN is a persona. Has Some bench. Pozzuoli. But it's like a for you. White people out there. Don't know it's a Mexican soup and it's but it's not hardy but it's a soup right and I'll eat that for Christmas op Dude thirty-seven up two hundred, fifty. Yeah, I'm starving that's an appetizer. Soup as a meal and it's all eat it like three or four. I'm like, no, no, no no, we're. WE'RE GONNA wind up around him. I'm going to lighten up I'm not having soup. So they have their soup dude I, call the service drop off Ham Turkey stuffing cranberry sauce grave. What did they they? They're fucking sue but my kids my. Kids, I don't know what the fuck this the soup that's not how we do it in America. You have some fucking Mike? Sons. Offing. Hey Hey man listen i. know half of you loves the soup but half of you has eat Turkey Watch football buddy and I talked about thaking soccer I'm GonNa tell you some else right now. Good stuffing by the left Rayvey stuffing can be. Terrible. Oh, or can be if it's good. It's the best thing at thanks. Get a good stuffing. By the way I feel the same way about a bread pudding bread pudding you ever had that desert. Favorite dessert namely. Probably had. Bread pudding can also be the worst to a nice bread pudding in dark off. My on my. Problem is it's more like I'm trying push the American culture on my kids they're being entire household has golfed in Mexican culture. Everything's to the museum on the House. The food is probably better. If you had to pick. One nationalities food to eat merica really do barbecue a nice fucking for the rest of your life for the rest of the. Only. One steak. House I go. If you said, you can pick one food the rest of Your Life America, not a Mexican breakfast. Mexican for sure for me soon, breath breakfast is fantastic when my mother-in-law when I wake up, you go over Italian or Japanese can leave this. Goddamn country. These are fighting words to. Do Steak and like some asparagus. Okay. Steak Bacon eggs in the morning dude scrambled eggs with Cheddar Cheese I. Guess we Americans against a Nice oatmeal do so I guess we'd have to define what American is but you haven't hit anything like what's American dude for me what's American but if you go breakfast a fucking a nice sandwich afternoon. With some lace chip over easy was Marie fried beans and a Tortilla and some GUAC has also. Come the fuck on and I'll put an enchilada up against the piece of steak. Any day a good enchilada. Put that up against. A Nice molay a real nice molay. O Do, there was this girl you gotta come over my girl makes the best fucking molay tease edged late and that she makes Spanish rights. Dude here was a guy that worked in my. Hand Salsa in my house there's only fresh meat slaughter every morning. By the way, it's like people who poor there. There's tomato sauce out of a fucking jar like America come on man you know it's There was a guy I had a bar in Bar Restaurant Seattle called L. Lobo logo. You had a bar. Yeah. Use Your Bar, Oh? Okay. You're a bar terrible business idea. Okay. So I I worked in Seattle. This is when I was starting with Brody and Joey and I worked at a bar. And it was run by these two Asian guys a Japanese guy in Guy ocoee and forget the Korean guy's name the Korean. Guys was part of the Korean mob Loa and one day ocoee said to me hey. I. Forget his name. He's not. He's not coming back yet. And I was like, where is he was like he's just not coming back. Sounds like, ooh. So the the business started to go down a little bit and he goes I'm gonNA close and he had a ton of money and I said, do me a favor man give me six months to turn your place around. And if I turn your place around, it was in pioneer. Square. Let me just get a piece of your business. Do you have any history of running a bar I've bartended before doesn't count right? Yeah. So I gave them you turn the business around and be six months. Basically I just want to six more months of jobs but I sure I said but if I turn it around and hit this Give me. I'm going to ask for a piece of the business smart. I turned it around because he was basically not. Reading he wasn't doing anything he had in downtown Seattle he had these authentic. These dudes straight from Mexico who cooked great Mexican food cooking. These fifty dollars does and stuff fifty dollars launches on for for Businessmen Seattle. No, I said we. Out Let's get a lunch rush and I said, these guys make Mexican food. This dude made the best molay. Now he brought his brother in from Mexico his brother had one glass I because he had been stabbed. But. This dude made some great fucking food. But they played one of the best chicks me. They had me cut Jalapenos and I didn't know you. I'd never cut opinions and then taking a leak. Have you ever done that before? In Forego, Dick was go. They were laughing for an extended period. But man, we this place called Logo logo and I forget what started talking about this. Turned the bar around Mexican food moly. Started Oh the moulay. Oh so these guys made these this guy made this that was so fucking dope. So he did turn around and. I asked you. Gave me fifteen. This is what I ask them. For I, want fifteen percent. This was an ask I didn't think he'd give me off the top I want fifteen percent of what you bring it. Before you pay anybody else you pay me fifteen percent and he was like, okay. Because he already had was gonNA shut down anyway shut down he added to. Do it dude, do you papa was balling I ended up making? I used to walk around with this wad of just cash. My rent was sharing a place with another comic guy named Craig Gas lived in my place I think I paid seven, hundred fifty dollars a month and rented a bargain. Dude I was balling up in Seattle. I, love Seattle, he threw an when I went out of town one weekend to do some stand up and he threw an underage party. Yeah hockey was again man he and I go dude I saw the flyer I go this is eighteen and over he said, yeah. But it's for Asian people so the cops won't care and I'm like I, don't think that's how works man. And he was like, yeah, they won't care because it's underage. Asia people. America. So we're yeah, that was his in America. You're were a few of those where I grew up. Under eighteen party. Asian own club they hit one night. Where it was just And under arrest but he said he was like yeah they won't care because they're Asia people and I'll fucking mind I came back he was like are they closest down we're not allowed open up ever again. That was out that. Was it. That was the end of the that was such a fuck in run I hired Joe Dias. We've talked to since to move. That I've talked to so much Yes. My Guy Man you know I'm so genuinely. Happy for him, Brandon. I. Never Thought he would be alive ring. I if it driving is one of the biggest comics in the world dude I never thought he would be alive. There was a period of time. Years Three or four years where he was close to four hundred pounds. So he's probably to eighty. Now he's not small small but let's add one hundred and twenty pounds working out bill and he was close to forty pounds. He was probably doing an eight ball a day he had these open wounds on his face. That he would pick that never healed and he would he was this crazy gray color. And I was just like, Oh, not only is he not gonNA live? He's slowly trying. To enroll you never got close because him and Julia show. You know like human your clothes you know is like a weird separation I don't know because obviously mean, Joan my closest friends you and Mir soup here's here's here's all it's like how the fuck of it we there was a big there was a big gap when Chelsea was on. And where you enjoy not just between me and stand up in town. Because I was working on the show and traveling and my deal was I'm not also now going out at night and doing standard it'd be hope I got to be kidding I can't knock wood. Would I wonder if it correlates with the same time Rogan because Rogan was gone for a while to when he's doing fear factor he was gone for a little bit that was during the Mencia time to and but but because of that. And when stand up started to really cook again, still out a little bit and I don't think people who were on that show in general got a lot of respect that standups interesting. Well, it sounds like jealousy. Because that show is so big. It was pretty weird to me when I close friends like you like joke coy when like joke not in the circle of my Yan's. I want to bring them into the circle I think a lot of. Yeah I talked yesterday go hey, do come do the show with Josh, was love Josh. He goes do shooting this and sent me a video shooting a key commercial right now. What do you want someone killing it? He's just like the second reference with you and Qian. Remember we're making fun of people. Yeah, Yeah Yeah Yeah. But he was like I'm shooting this for Kia he's like. You key and something else May. Do you ever stop crushing it. He's so he he sold out staples. Yeah Oracle Fuck King where they're warriors play. Is a monster is bananas. He's the best guy in the world. He's such a good guy but such also said his hustle. I man I respect anybody. Do you know Joe that? Well Yemen his hustle on Chelsea lately too right yeah and I remember him standing in front of laugh actor dude when nobody know who he was teeth and all. The nares. Joe You hate to sorry buddy. My girl goes look at your friend. Joe. Showing Pictures Joe before the veneers and after rough sauce to. Before chewing I'm fucking glass. Yeah. Yeah and then now he's great teeth. Yeah. He definitely was with somebody who benefited from the money's. Bring Happiness we can joke Roy. Look like shit before the money now he's happier shit. Its teeth are great. He's lost weight. He was he's shoes all the like dope kicks that am dude that dude is definitely is as far as they sneaker Hor, he's the only person I think that you. Sneaker Horse Joke Roy 'cause the Leeann. Me Delays the other biggest be a sneaker head I know. Yeah they. Veneers. Are you go twenty five, hundred per tooth insane. My Girl said this guy offered the deal to for two teeth for fifteen hundred m like. You're just going to do two teeth well. That's what I can look. Pretty fucking. To she's like, no, you'd have to do you know yet pay for ten. Thirteen. Grand. Also, don't get a deal for your teeth that doesn't sound good. Deal for Lazic I. Don't do that. Tell you the one and only I ever got. I was in you gotTa Hooker Oh. Yeah. Okay. I was in Las Vegas and my brother you know when they hand out the flyers right you guys took them. So I was like I look at this shit man I go. This is crazy. They're handing them out like it's a menu he goes it is a menu and I said I, don't even know who calls off a menu and Naroda Hooker before on now. And he was you've never had a hooker and I was like I am I how old am I here three marriage so Twenty eight sure and I was like now I've never had a because I I never felt like I needed to get a lady of those twenty eight. I was still young and handsome get a girl. I wasn't too worried to pay for. But he was like you gotTa do it before you. Experience that little little. So we call this. I call this place and I say to him I go. What am I gonNa do I said you're in the room I don't WanNa fuck in front of you and he was like I'll go to sleep. And I was like you're going to go to sleep. You said, yeah I'll go to sleep. So we call this place dude and it was late and. I said so I don't know how to do this. She said, well, what are you looking for? I said, what are you got? She said well, it's late. So we only have two girls left, but they're completely differently. You got the leftovers she said they're completely different so you should be able to pick and just let me know if either one of these are interesting to you. She goes pictures. was just what was on the Flyer and I go tell me he got. She said, we either have a petite Asian. Or a giant Puerto Rico Petite Asian well, and I said to my brother go petite Asian giant Puerto Rico and he goes what do you think and I was like Well. I've had sex with a petite Asian. That's all I used to date but it's awesome. But I've never even seen giant Puerto Rican. Reason. I told her I go send the Puerto Rican over. She. Oh Dude I played it a deal fucking red rover Red Rover send the Jam Puerto Rican on over to shit. So. I, tell my brother, I go I got a giant Puerto Rican coming over. He was a great. I would say defined giant Puerto Rican well. So I said I go giant like three hundred pounds and she was like, no, just a big purse giant a giant so vague. So my brother. hookers take longer than. Room Service begins when you order a case of do you and you fall asleep before it gets yeah. That wake you up unit was yeah and you're like I don't want. To deal. Yeah. It'd be the sleep so but I hear this little knock. Your jaw. I hear them knock and I was like I'm not GonNa get it maybe. Maybe they'll go away. Okay. So ready but then the knock went like harder and I'm like Oh that sounds like a big person and now you know I like weird shipment now my curiosity is peaked well. I'M GONNA. Look through the people. Because I wanna see what this person looks like before over. Yeah. So I, sneak up and I look at the people. and. There's a thumb over the people. And I hear this big dark thumb I hear this. I hear you gotTA Open the door to see the goods and the first thing I thought was. That somebody who's been rejected through people percents somebody's somebody's real vets. People for like. Sammy Sosa. I'm waiting for cases there. He didn't Ruben Rivera. So, but I'm like. I really now at this point, my brother's asleep I really just want to see what a giant Puerto Rican you're probably Horny, right but now only. You know if you're thinking Iraq's also curious for me, we weird trump's almost like if if this is GonNa be a good story I. Don't to give you a bit onstage I. My only heard when I hear a giant Puerto Rican in my hand thing. Chance it's transgender. Okay. Well, I opened the door. Probably six, to in heels. So the first thing I looked for is an Adam's apple because I was like well, this that's a give. No bad out of that. Do. You know the next thing I asked and she was like how you doing I go good I do you mind if I take a look at your knuckles? Because man hands in Women Hands Manhattan Women Hands Knuckles are dead giveaway and hand out I'm like Oh. Okay. But you can even feel from the hand but there was no, it was a woman and I go just a girl big girl. So Big Puerto Rico. This is when I was telling you about you don't want to chance on your dentist. I'll. I'll skip past the uncomfortable parts of the story to tell you when she took off her. Bra. One big titties. One real one, one fake. Oh, and I go what she goes. I couldn't I couldn't afford to get them both done at the same time. So my doctor did one and when I healed up I'm going to do a knifing I'm here motherfuckers Bra I was like Yo she goes most people don't hate it's distracting I'm like Oh my God, her left Titty I can just had a stroke Left titty looked like stallone's little original one just yet just like A. Pretty Nice the other one, the great, and the other one looks sad your. Body. Body pretty messy body not terrible dude. But she's a big girl did something to me. That ruined it for it. We were just done a little banter back and forth and she wouldn't tell me what was in her bag when she dropped her bag on the desk it made such a loud thought. If she's carrying a bowling something heavy was in there and I asked her as a joke I said what's in the bag and she said, don't worry about it in the bag and I was like Oh fuck probably gun right pro or a giant dildo. She. This is what scared me she at one point she said, let's fuck and pushed me. To hand pushed to the chest. What scared me do does she knocked me clean over onto the bed and I was like. I'm about to fucked like I'm about this is not me doing DVD Chris Rocky up. This is not good for me and I find I stood up I go I can't do this. I. I'm sorry I can't do leave backed out. She charged me extra. Listener fucking time for wasting your time that I didn't have and then my brother cracked his eye open he I got two hundred dollars the fuck out of room I'm like, have you been awake this whole time? He was like, yeah, I wanted to see you. Think you'd be asleep, right. So your brother, your brother, my brother gave her the extra bullet because what she said to me was if you don't give me this extra money I'm gonNA. Make a phone call. And you're not gonna like who shows up. Because I can dark dude, I couldn't beat up the giant Puerto. Rican. There's no way I could beat up the person who beats up the giant Puerto Rico slaps Puerto Rican around. There's no way. So my brothers I get her Outta here pay in your brother paid two hundred went to. went to pound town. No, he kicked. The. Bucket. Okay. Other senior brothers said get out. He was he was like first of all. Giant was he said one hundred percent I would have gone petite Asia. But it Sudarsono many reason he said as soon as you said, John Puerto Rican I knew he was like I. Got I got. I got to see what a giant Puerto Rican looks like, and that's what it came down almost giant Puerto. Rican don't WanNa see you've seen a petite Asian. But that's my Dick like I'm in. But giant Puerto Rican the grill I'm out but couldn't you also be in like? Well, if she was like giant Puerto Rican meeting like five ten like an Elle macphearson giant curvy giant Elle macphearson has got to be five ten. If they say, giant Puerto Rican your amount to. I've never heard anyone refer to as sexy curvy girls giant how six foot. You wouldn't call six foot. Look at her no one's in call element fishy such time. Giant achieve giant Puerto Rican. Fuckin-, y'all Romero with a WIG adore. Don't I. Don't want. Oh my God it's gotTa be how no you? No. Yeah. I. Oh, she was there figure that there's a way if she's tall do. Shorter than me because it looks like me standing next to Brennan that does look by the way. Your picture after all our pockets. So. Big. Look. Looks. SORTA real. Well, it's real I think she is. One of the all time. He's just tall girls a short dude. How tallish that think is a good these are. Just Well he's tiny be some. Would could you date a real tall chick? Yeah I don't have those issues that's not I wouldn't bother me. But I mean, but tall for how tall because give me taller than me or taller than you. Would you do to six five girl again? Do type is hot if she's six five. Zero, I don't care. I really I I remember I was in the room with Serena. Williams's warming up on I. Get it. Oh my God did I even I was like I'm a little in there for her. She's so my ex, the mother of my kids not offend a bit but like would you say giant? No no, she was not as tall but story ended in and we got mad we got married and had three kids she but my ex I've dated some heavier girls that doesn't that's not a thing that doesn't bother me at all. Worried about the girl I I like it. If I like you, I, like you me to almost doesn't matter but if personalities can make him super hot if we're talking about a meeting you at the bar and we're GonNa have sex then I do WanNa be very attracted to you if I'm gonNA spend an extended period of time with you, your looks are less. Important to me interesting because I wanna be able to do some people at the check all those boxes. Yeah. My wife Yeah. There you go. What? She's wifey. Yeah. That's why more. But but but for me looks down a little bit because I got, we're not going to be fucking all of the time. So it can't be like it'd be cool for US defy. THAT'S GOING TO BE A. Joke around and all that right yeah. Lender the same stuff she's a beast of a mom. Does she did she keep you in check like as far as like I don't think anybody can does she? Know. No. Do you. So she had she but she's also super strong willed. So we'll but Hagai gotTA gotTA gotTA gotta gotta it also kind of works. If you let me just walk all over you, I'll do it and she doesn't allow me to do when you say that you do it just because it's your instinct just to do what you WanNa do or because you mcdonagh's leader because you because you consciously like I'm going to walk over this never. But if you give me niche take a mile. Let me do that and that's why we work. Yeah I feel the same way was not good. Oh. Yeah. That is good. If I'm steering the ship all the time. No. Also exhausting for me everyone on the ships going to be wearing kerchiefs. You don't want. Yeah. Yeah. Everyone's. The same shoes fucking yeah. Everyone's Yeah I. If I didn't have Beth. To tell me that's fucking dumb. Don't do that or. You know don't. Do this while here in public or just act like a fucking run for once Yup I don't know what would happen to me I. Agree. Yeah. Thank God go to current events. All right. I mean you're the data feel like I feel like you need a kind of passive. Guy. Passive Guy. I don't know you're pretty strong willed. Yeah. That's fair. I don't know I don't like guys who are too passive though like my ex turn point he just kinda. Love me walk over him. That's not sexy. What's your not? I used to really like Nerdy Asia. Asian I used to really like nerdy Asian Dude I do so like them but I do guys now it's weird. Like. I really honestly never thought idea why not I don't think why guys are attractive is just I've always loved Asian dudes. nerdy types, nerdy Asian, but as your type just to or know. If I can make me laugh if I enjoy your company then that's all that really matters because I don't think. So it's hard to looks even if they look to be relatively. Relatively attracted to them, but I can see a hot person not WANNA spend anytime. What's more important? Face. Or Body. GONNA go well if we're talking still in like Ma like just still like a regular dude yeah like how fat? Interesting there is a there are guys that are Q. But like little tubby and I'm okay with it. But Jonah, Hill, Joan Joan Hill. It's a question. I I was sitting next to him at a shop and he was on a blind date. And I was like I'm GonNa stay here because this is so interesting. Yeah. Stood there and listen to his blind date. Wait was I wanted to do not match blind date you. She knows who he is not really a blind date for her fuck it's Kinda sounded like he sharing books. She went to the bathroom I wanted to be like, dude, come on come on. Do you Jonah Hill I if I'm John Hill, I don't think I need to what's that dating APP for the famous people here in town rottweiler. A bunch of my buddies are on there and do they did show me the girls, my Coley ship us on you have to be accepted on that. Apply then for the men you have to send basically your tax returns to prove. Have the money you have. I mean, it's just do you have to earn a certain amount of money to be that? You to or certain level of fame and my buddy back. I don't know what's going on. I can't find a connection like. Yet dude you're Roya. So it's just gold diggers trying to find a fuck and Matt Have you seen? Have you seen women, famous women on their big because I want my of my friends is on there my favorite things go through it. I mean. I heard some of the instagram models that we see the famous ones are on there like I'm on. At somebody told me celebrity or in stone on. Oh Yeah. Some of the biggest star big stars on there. Shows we watch like shit guys you like I saw him on yellowstone. Dude I. Hope you graduate to Hat Lasso and like rocking horse. Yeah. So you're on the fucking rocking. Horse Rider. Might send you a rocking horse. Let's do it. Okay. So a man or woman in Jamaica Wanderer Lottery and I guess part of their rules on accepting the Jackpot is that you have to come and physically taken there's like a little press release in the newspaper million dollars it's Jamaican money. So it's like a one point eight dollars. Year one, point four, million here. Oh. This person came in a scream mask covered from head to toe because they were afraid that their relatives are going to find out and try to ask also does people money. That's also the name is a Campbell. So I don't know. Do you know what I mean like me? But if you're as relative or Mak-. ACLU white. Guy. Ninety Day fiance and not knowing that you lack Aaron Cam their last names Campbell you live in Jamaica and you just new house and you're not the gun no but I do like the move though because if I'm in the family even if I know him, he's sent his message loud and clear coaches. Hey, do you have family members tried to advance review you now? Are you close with your family I am but? was famous way before me WHO's your got? Well, if he was on party I. Okay He's done a been working forever but he was he's been famous Wha- way before me and not that I'm famous but in the public eye but. We've never had people from deep dark recesses of our family pop up i. see them at shows like I'm your causing. KUNA. Nobody at you. Know. Not. Really. If you if you had something like that. You think somebody would hit you up if you won the lottery. Would you would you give a certain amount to your dad your mom your brother or my dad is pretty sad. But I mean now I give you back my family right I. Tell where a lot of things I Mike Jacobs. He said if you if you won the lottery, would you buy me a car the car yet? I said no, you wouldn't any said if you had one hundred dollars, would you give me a penny and I said, yeah, and he said, you know it's about the same I said yeah but I'm still not buying you a fuck. Up Buying. You like you gotta go out and make your own money to me though. This, like to me like with my brother whoever else? Like it's much more fun for me if we're all like doing this together like that, it's not just me on top of the mountain were all doing it. Without a doubt. But it's also how cool is it for you to call my brother and go boy this much and your ten percent. Think boy did this much this month and I go what what else is going to be super cool. Honestly to me has been my absolute favorite part of any kind of extra shit I get. Things that I can Jacob was the Batboy for the red sox during a weekend series against the dodgers in dodger stadium. He wore the uniform he was in the dugout. Jacob was the bat boy at dodger stadium for the cardinals. I have a picture of him high fiving Albert, pool holes as he crosses the plate. those kind of things that you. taught pools bite your fucking. You Bite your toe around baseball too long. My man he's aging the way air like that not beyond TRT or something. Do Have you seen the way he aged aged like a regular, Griffey yes. Sure. Year now by Shit at all with how many homers he hit. Yeah but. The drop off it's a nat-. Seems like a natural you baby right off his. His SCHERF YOU'RE NOT Tough. Why because of his age just performance Baseball why wouldn't you take surveys? And Real quick just so you know I think everybody's by the way I would. You told me, Hey, you can have one hundred, million dollar contract and take steroids or you can get a five hundred thousand Miley. Contract it'd be like, where's the needle it give me the fucking. For comedy if they hate if you inject this into your ass, your set will be one hundred percent better and you're gonNA make a hundred million September. Yeah so I'd say how big the you're saying. So I'm just going to be better at what I do. Yeah. Then I'll do that. I don't quite understand. Why the order people are so Angry about it because they think it's shooting they don't realize everybody else is doing it so that you eleven level playing field. But by the way back in the day when they weren't taking steroids, they were taking uppers that's taken somewhere cocaine or what they used to take. Vitamins in the in the dugout. Like. They've always done something i. don't know what the process that competitive advantage in the military it's like the Nazis took You know fucking basic math the to cocaine. Really. Oh Yeah. Dude. They couldn't figure out what how do in the middle of the winner they're moving so fast like how the in there on foot. And cleaning as they go. Okay everybody. Injuries claimed he literally the American armies fucker moving so fast they figured out there taking meth and cocaine like a motherfucker moving like this. But what they realize like Oh there's GonNa be side effects from this. So they start off real fast and then crash like a motherfucker we took advantage of it. Yeah. An army of people with no teeth and and. I those about the plans they have when they get home at get Home WanNa make the first ever rocket power. Those first three days you don't WanNa fuck with them though no, which we did it like yeah go ahead dude I caught up with him and beat the fuck out. I did meth once by accident. By accident math by accident wonder you have depression it was by I. thought it was coq. My Buddy was like, do you want to do some cal? Josh I didn't know it was math. You snorted it. Yeah. It was rough. It was it's the only time I've ever been kicked out of a strip club. And I got kicked out because. Look I. Did one hit one line and I'm no quitter. To make sure it was bad and it was terrible math I had this crazy thin layer of sweat like a sly just a Slob and at the time I was wearing like button down shirts tucked into my acid wash jeans. Belt you know you're saying yeah and I'm out at the strip club and I had this thin layer of sweat and I didn't realize I. Got Home Sweat on my shirt sweat on the underarms and This is bad looked I couldn't get a dancer give me a laptop tough. I kept going dance and they were pass hard passed. So this woman I would go, how can we go into the boom boom room? She was like yeah. She walked me. Into a door I walked in, she shut the door. It was the way leading outside the back I couldn't back in had to walk back out into the parking lot. I walked up to the front ticket booth and I said, Hey, I was supposed to get a dance and she must she let me outside by accident she goes no that wasn't accident she's like over. Over. Puerto Rican. One Puerto Rican who'll dancing. With one real. Kidding getting. A giant Puerto Rican one. She says she's familiar with you. She says, she knows what you like. You like it rough. Yeah kicked out of the trip. was I hate it I I can't understand any drug heroin only one round like price ever do that. I love it. But the feds because the first half of every heroin movie looks like the most fun. You'll ever have the first half before this shit goes down you're like Oh there have you watch the movie blow cocaine in the world doing that looks like a good with looking tile George Jong is basically trying to convert to female now I think has got to pity implant. What St Blue Eyes was was bunk made through George Junk. How but George Young's gotTA. Be Seventy right? Right. It has a sedative. You know that's the one thing that I? I'm not. I don't know that I'm looking forward to. These women who have fake boobs being grandmothers don't know how that's going to be with all these grandma's grandma's big tits. Yeah. Mine Hunt Yeah I it you do my not a little grandma. GRANDPA. I'd like my grandma. GRANDPA? Yeah. That's GONNA. Happen where your GRANDPA now four times over man Jesus Christ four those little. That's so cool man. It's so crazy they call me I tell you what I want him to call me what? You didn't tell them. My son said, you can pick your grandfather name and I said cool I called him back tomorrow I'll have a list of three grams and there was first of all I told Beth I go. No nobody's ever calling me GRANDPA or not. I'm not turning around the park for someone call me GRANDPA, John It's cute to you. Okay. I said, can I pick any name and he said yet so Beth would be. Her first name starts to be Migra grandmother's name was. So she and BBC for kids to say. So I essentially ever called me back. He goes. What do you want the kids to call you I said Beth call bb and I would like to be called Lebron Lebron and he was like, what how cool does it sound if you go to bb in the Bronx House like that sounds like that's cute. At a park if someone just started screaming Lebron, they're looking for the black death but and when I show up, they're going to be disappointed. Yeah I thought it'd be funny and he was like even said to me does everything have to joke with you? Pretty funny. Yeah. What else you? I'm Joe Joe he wouldn't let me do be Joe Joe Gioja school to this is so so the house from fresh prince of Bel Air is GonNa be for on Airbnb for rent is first of all. These days fed his mind. So it's but whatever. But yeah, you rent out the mansion for a couple of nights starting September, twenty nine in Bel Air. It's thirty dollars Cluster Brentwood. So it's not really belt. Bill now and Earning thirty dollars a night for per per room right? have no idea if it's the entire house or if it's per room, they have some photos who will owns it. I don't think he owns it. I think they're doing it. They're doing a reunion of the fresh prince and bringing back. Rachel on this. Why can't people leave Shit alone? Are you not going to watch the friends reunion? Watch friends, I. Like friends. Like Joey joys. So he lives close mural of same car guy and he's the biggest target. Is He the biggest? Your. Matt Leblanc's of the biggest car. Had you know biggest gearhead? No Shit. He was on top gear a host for top he was and they want to do another season. He's taking. Let me think we my residuals I get twenty, six, million every January. No. Six, million, every January. Do how hot is Jeffer- Anthon? Come on. Come on start screaming like holy, fuck no, she's her and she's effortless but her her her body is. Is really remarkable really remarkable I will tell you that I never. I, more of her as she's gotten older. Like I love these pictures of her. To come on. Unbelievable that she's never been married with kids, it's usually a red flag for me something's going on. No one tried to make you. She was married to didn't she marry Justin Yeah they were married they. Just in, the ROW UTAH. Canada. That's right. But Justin's the Northstar for white guys. He's. He's our Cognac for fashion. He's fashion God. Yeah. I is the best fashion in the game. Have you ever seen him? He's also. Really Great. Right. You know he wrote a tropic thunder yet gray Rod. He's smaller than you would think he's not a big dude I got really his hand. We'll get his fucking fashion. It'll be like a just an aside to get groceries and I got he looks cool. Yeah. Wish in where about US anything. I. I got lucky. I went to Stern's sixtieth birthday party and I got a chance to talk to this dude just for like an hour. He's so fucking smart. Yeah. Yeah, an interest the being on there. Adult. Did you wait. Did you ever watch doctor over to main doctor? You Wash Leftovers? No. On Hbo Never Let too many dog picks you. Lay, the, tramp the read only what do you think about that? Redo. Your out. You see linking Redo. Now man just a fucking cartoon. Yeah. Did you. Watch Milan. my wife and my mother-in-law, my kid watched it and said, it was the worst. We've seen a long really said it was awful and terrible ratings in China hates it yeah. Well, then. Because they did all the adjustments for China China. Why does China hate it justice killing the game dude this dude. But he that's the one thing boots come on he can run. Dude he's my spirit in which one which one of these outfits are. Your is your. All of them if I if I have those boots on the left and in the second one, the right. I think the only one of those outfits that I wish I could pull off is the far right The Modal Jackie like that whole vibe i. liked that I liked the the original rocky Fedora. I like that whole thing I just wanted. He knows he's get pictures taken away I. Wonder if he's gotTa grab groceries, I know there's going to be popper out the I'm GonNa Sport this I will tell you still northstar for as far as like fashion goes he's arcand but what makes me happy is the size of his legs that means there's still hope for me. You know what I mean like the a chicken leg that second picture. That is a look at those legs. Do those are tiny. I, feel pretty good about myself now man. That is. Go. Scarf there do just pumping but that's the thing by the way I'm not in love him how he is so fine. Are you on board for scarf? I'm not number scarf I think it depends on the person like jude law pulls it off. The yeah. Do Lock into it Lenny. Kravitz with a huge scar. It's ridiculous but Lenny Kravitz can do whatever you want Lenny Kravitz his daughter to. She's Cat Woman Yeah Zoe Kravitz. How old is she? Like. Like she's married Late Twenties Early Thirties. Okay Lenny. Kravitz no room. To run. Thirty one. Yeah. Did, you see the photo of him with his ripped jeans on stage who and is Lenny. Kravitz. And people out his Dick was pierced. Oh you didn't see his his pants ripped onstage. and. There was a little bit of A. Piercing on the penis fifty, six, Albert, fifty six this dude is still. I mean could get it with anybody. It's so crazy. There it is. Are they covered up the week? But it's not order. By the way that. Yeah. That person, the front row was like, Oh, well, hello that. What would you do if that happened you onstage? Offend my parents live on stage. Underwear on why did you have no underway with leather pay off. Question. He's a Rockstar. All right. It's all right. But also when you on stage you're dicks. All right. Let's RETREA E-eh you're not you're not. Sweating and Honam share those but you would wear underwear with leather pants. Were unaware with everything it's not comfortable I am with you with jeans and stuff I. Don't think I wear at wander wherever leather pants. I. What about? Your style yes absolutely. He's so fine. So you like a thinner dude. Have no problem within nudes I have no problem with. Chubby. Chubby guy find. Attractive. I remember one straight Outta Compton came out I was in love with O'Shea Jackson. Junior. I just thought he was so cute. Cute. I. Just. Like short and fat I like Short Chubby. Short. Documentary you like the Dick where you got to lift up the a little bit just to make sure you can get all the way in there. That's your cat. Okay. I have a very vast here. That is a y. between that and Justin theroux. That's a huge. It's a huge difference. Yeah. Congratulations. What else you guys got. all yours Brian. This made me laugh. So hard have you ever been doing a show down arguing with someone? Yeah. You mean with like Erik Griffin the other day. Yet. Kind of. That He. I guess a little bit. Yeah. Right I mean we got into. Watch this this is great. Might, be in the market where you might be able to get something not just. Throws against, the wall. Meka. Off. Route. And this? All right. You know know you having a dancing here man like you like all. Right now, pay attention in school We'll just we'll just do it like you're not here. So you'd be whatever it is that you wanted to you just like saunders. So. Do the show live on come back Olten live on air shut up and do the show really yes. Job and do the show you're lying on him you cry you. Know you want. You, want me to leave I'll leave. Crying you could talk about this Brian do the show. Myself that you? Do Do. The show just quit crying about keep talk pulse sports and quick crime for two short segments. was. Jazz. Larry Shallow up. On. It just do the show where. Good. God your child make would be to do the show the radio. This show sounds are his very first call a bit. Yeah but Now, I started doing the research you asked me to. Check out. You as you're talking to you and you're like. I'm going to sit here. It's already been to sing horrible if you want to leave, I'll cut off the Mike and I leave students the show. Album, show. Thank you. Thank you. Don't we're good. Okay. That's Owners. The show. You're doing blocker. Columbine. Go. Go, do whatever. Matter. COULD BE A. Bitch. Whatever I won't do the show check. GonNa do show bitch. Wait a second pitch. Bears. Are they in the same room. So yeah, why do they have different backdrops first of all? They are in the same room. Producers. Well, that's. What were they arguing about? You know they're mad because Houston right lost. They're talking about the rockets trading James Harden and they just got fucking heated but that. Some like when Joe Koya near Brian was mad because we're talking about aliens and we believe I'm like with that Bob Laser. Brian. was like you guys are fucking infants like dead serious. We've had me. Brian. Passed out on the show number of time about aliens aliens one time with Joe Koy Jeevan. Joe was laughing but he was heated. We're literally shouting me. Brian got into it like a MOTHERFUCKER I. Believe that that stuff it's no. Good that's probably. Any fucking radio they've ever done. Breath like brother. So we are like brothers gets heated. That's good. Dude. But I'm just GONNA I'm on team Brian with the aliens. Yeah. You don't believe in New I think there are aliens seem to think I think they're aliens. Shit I don I just think they haven't been here I. Think there are I don't think we're the only people in the universe I just think it is so crazy to think that we have all of these cameras and detection. Satellite. So you don't think the government's ever seen aliens even though it was during the middle of the pandemic. The White House confirmed that they have UFO's they have them in their possession that are from an unknown world. They confirmed they of UFO's I. Think this is what they'd confirmed. They have technology they can't Kasit. They said they found parts from a crash. Yeah. But it's not they say it was also like a an arbitrary like consultant. So it wasn't really the Pentagon or anything consultant that said that I've never seen this from this world I think honestly that it's just technology that we don't have yet. China or Russia more likely that these China Russia more likely seen more likely. Yeah. Tell you. We have never seen. So link. By the way I I think that there are things out there I think there's probably an earth somewhere out there that mirrors this pretty closely humps I just. I just have a hard time believing. That a they came here but only in the fifties when we didn't have the technology to really keep tracking them coming been here since but did you see that what about the military video? Were you military pilots and it's in the ocean the way they move and the speed they move and the temperature like we don't know. We literally can't. Yeah. Can't keep up with it. Flies too low the temperature it'd be at negative thirty like anything that fast, we can't see you the motor we can't see the propulsion. It's small enough to where a human being couldn't fit in it. So I think drones to be. Yeah. In my my only crazy drone technology. Yeah. My only thing is this is like, why would they be so scared of us are the if there's so much more advanced than us not coming just these people are fucking like no. It's hard for me to to really take in that there's been no contact has been no definitive site hold on no contact that the government can tell you about. Okay. So no contact I mean why? Hasn't nobody else in the entire world with like I said with all the technology we have. Now nobody likes China and Russia. Tell us know the. Regular citizens with by with telescopes second see wherever the fuck just mean there's so many. So many people said, they've seen stuff though said they have so many people have said they see bigfoot too. I mean, look until until I until I see one. Josh. Why? Why? Like why is that the one move that everybody's talking about I I think they have been here. I do I told you I I don't think that Bob lasers complete full of Shit. When you hear story After all these years you think he'd have some hiccup in his lies like there's. The detail and he talks about working on the on on ufo's that they have area fifty one for the government. Yeah. Trying to figure out the the electric, the technology behind it. Dude can I tell you I hope? There are. Like these are things like I. Hope there are I would love I. Think. That's INCR- fascinating. fucking understating it I, hope they're aliens I. Hope they come down and go hey, you know we can do this. You want to do this i. hope that cool and then we all get along because I just don't think it has happened I for me. I don't think. I saw the sun now who while ago so I guess a Russian astronaut that's staying on the International Space Station wanted to capture that Aurora borealis. So you had this like you know the time lapse video. Captured some things around like the ninth second marketing socially I don't know this is the whole long. Once I'm not sure if this WANNA saw catch at nine did. On the original the Yahoo video but let's see. Is So fucking cool though. Do you think that's an alien. As borey Alice let me find the original you guys can be. Let me ask you some and you watch the show away. Have you seen it? Basically, there's a mission to Mars. It's GonNa, take three years. If you had the opportunity to go into space but would you not do it? The three years away from everybody. But that seems like, would you do that? Would you go away the? Would you. Would you do that I mean what is up there? I don't think I'm curious to know about space to dedicate three years of my life to it won't get up there I guess to say that you were in space. And landed on Mars like. No and but but you're probably I don't know how many people have landed on. Mars. It can't be very many if any people none right so So this show is about landing and. You wouldn't be to go to I don't know how long did they get to the? Moon. We would you. Know Desire No desire to. How's IT GOING FOR BUZZ? I mean but but he can say. It. No. But what a crazy experience you don't care at all not at all you're not curious at all to no three day. Three days at a year lifetime to get in a fucking rocket ship instead of going to Hilarity in Cleveland no I'm. I'm GonNa send you to the PUCK and moon. No what am I gonNA. Do you're? What am I tell you how the Moon Dude? Out there like that's cool. On Earth from the Moon, you get to be in space. that. Is. Mind Boggling. User it'll. Neither one of you any too risky for me me too too risky. Oh Shit goes bad to. Flying Oh. Dude I mean, every time flies a risk and I hate it I, hate flying to little onto the. Kid. You. Know, but I'll take rate up fuck on a rocket ship yet. Do you WanNa do that get all the gear float around for the? That would be. So how cool would it be to be high? It would no gravity. Designed resigned I'm not sure if they'd let me take any edibles on the desire really zero to I'd have they went up they're like, Hey, we've been up there for ten years. They built a city. It's better than Vegas there's tons of cool people up there restaurants. You go to the moon to get a meal Bro. More than just walking around. And then telling people know people like Y- we saw buzz Aldrin won't shut up about it. You'd like to seminars now talking about it I I. I would. I would maybe Mars seems to long long time and then Caitlin went to the moon tonight. Yeah. Came back on the show on Monday. You wouldn't have any questions for me. How was it? You go school man I walked around week. That's cool. anyways. What else you got? What are we gonNA talk about I. Don't know I haven't been to the moon you. You tell me Girlie girly hooked up with I. Don't give a fuck dude I wasn't there. I can I can bring up pictures on fucking Google but but but but you would you would swim go underwater swimming sharks and do all that stuff Yeah. But I want to come back and talk your ear off about it because you weren't there Ya. But what a crazy experience to share with people they'll have you heard buzz Aldrin talking like Oh, my God, I might hundred and ninety years old. When he was young, you watch the interviews like all right. Cool. Do I know for me things like that? That very few watching with George Clooney Oh. My God, I have no desire. No one's going to give a flying fuck dude. Jeez are you hitting? No one would here. Okay. So audran you just said is still giving talks. Because that's all he had one hundred and seventy years after he did it people are still curious. Little Buddy gets to do it. So I bet he opens up any questions. What was it like on the moon? You know pretty dark cold. I'm out. I'm out. You A man what question would us buzz altered that he has answered a hundred million times that I couldn't get from George, Clooney and gravity I don't what are you? What would you ask him? Well here's what was it like the things that I would ask him. He couldn't give me a satisfactory answer to because I would have to experience it correct. So I would love to be in a I. WanNa know what it's like that kind of G. Force taken off I want to know what it's like. Just, basically, floating through space I, want to know what it looks like up. There I wanNA I. WanNa see. I just want to only one way to find out jobs do it do it? Keep it to yourself. We. City Buzz Aldrin ones come on the podcast I'm like. All right I guess. It's like we weren't there we the. Yourself food. What else you get Jin? What's more? Is that it? Let's not. All right. We're. Go. Shoot me attack I will let you know man send me a Selfie. I guess I might even if you took a Selfie ultimum Maroon with the Dan. That's crazy. How Fun Man? That's it you're not even asking you're like whatever I. Guess It'd be Good Pr. Movie. Hilarity next weekend. Yeah, you're. GonNa be your cell service up there. How's the merge? With that Do you see the animals. There's I can't even blues nothing. Was it to pretty just what you expect off the movies pretty cold dark shit nothing else was out here. I. Got. Well, I definitely not gonNA tell you next. That's it. I'm much I. Guess. WHO's not hearing about it you must. Be here. Out. Everybody else going to hear the moon stories do not you around the comes through here Josh went. Crazy. What did he do? He told me not to tell you just kind of walked around in the. Dark and. That's hit man, and then he came back three days later. Everyone's like. Fun Story I. Mean what I mean I. It's so funny that you're like I would definitely take hilarity. Hundred percent over the moon walk honor percent I will tell you this though. You told me I could learn how to Moonwalk like Michael Jackson. I would take that moonwalked over the actual moon we can do that. Can you moonwalk like Michael but again, take it find someone to teach me. Do. You know that's more impressive than you go to the moon own my God he bless has any talent no dude. They put them in the soup. There's good eyesight to you. Easy to be an astronaut. If that's what you WanNa do in your and you have a high like you can see straight you know if you have good vision. You see it's not impressive. Are you impressed by astronauts? Yaman, I think the training to be an astronaut is kind of dirty. Yeah more press with navy seal their also impressive I can be impressed with two different people you. Are you are you buying like? An astronaut t shirt like I don't hockey probably not by. Fighter pilots than the guys on the moon yeah fighter pilots to also. The Guy, who built the spatial me to not the guy who saffir like this. I think they're all you know they're driving it. You know it's controlled from down below something dude it's remote control car is no, it's not to. Do this you don't think they. Do. That the whole and for the whole time they're just loading. Get out they take a leisurely stroll and get the fuck back in. God Are you unimpressed with astronaut apparently got balls I respect what they do but. They're. Doing the right what's more guys the? Oppressors say that NASCAR driver astronaut. NASCAR driver. Okay All right. dude who takes his go kart to thirty five miles an hour on Saturdays in Vegas at the track we're astronaut astronaut. Okay. Because it anybody could do go not everybody can be an astronaut like you'd be an ashtray it'd be pretty fucking smart. But there's a ton of smart people off but aren't you just decide there aren't a ton astronauts. Easy to be Astra would no. I'M GONNA. Buy I don't know the requirements I. Happened Pretty Dicey. Like I'll never go to space Marna but those people that are that smart the decided to do it it doesn't not like like, Oh, my God, how did you do it? No Dude you're smart. We've we put monkeys and suits dude I. Hope There's A monkey who listens to your show. Tell us. Tell us what the requirements are. I bet you hold on per difficult again I agree super difficult to get into NASA. You'll be a smart motherfucker. Yeah. I'm just not impressed with the guys that decided jump in the suits and go to space. All right. Okay. The ones who like with the engineering of the rockets and Shit those who i WanNa talk to you what's more impressive an actual moonwalk or this dude in his moonwalk let me see this is the best Mohawk ever. Oh. That is pretty good, fuck? Yeah. That's awesome. Sideways. And then eventually goes to the back. On Cement isn't easy why they put that video out there. A fantastic. Yeah that I'm telling you. With the cracks that is outstanding. Glory. Yes. That's the most impressive apartment without creasing shoot. Yes. Pretty impressive. That's impressive. A more impressive that. Just kid. I know the rocket scientists are but are the people that touchdown like was buzzing. So was buzz Iraqis I q crazy. was he a rocket scientist I don't know how hard is it be an astronaut Takes many education. That's very that doesn't space dot com. Yes. Face Dot com tells you. It's very hard job to get. Thank you odds. Eighteen thousand three hundred people applied two, thousand seventeen. Point Zero, four percent or eight percent I realize there's quite as fuck. Aware of that but what is not impressed with them doing? All right. Well. I, mean, I'm I'M Bachelor degree engineering by that's a lot of smart thousand hours of pilot inconvenient. So they need a basketball and engineering biological science physical science computer science. Oh, one of those fall by three years professional experience thousand of pilot in command time in jet. Craft? Cats. Awesome. Passing US as astronaut physical. I mean. When it's just written like that. It doesn't seem like. Anything like more intensive than getting your your doctor. Money's not everything but. On the high end, they're making one, hundred, forty, four grand. But you're an astronaut, you go to space how long? You, go and once. You're talkers dedicated to space and you want every fucking how we're not up there that know satellites. Up there, it's a countdown on every local news station. So you. GotTa, BE ON THAT COUNTDOWN I'm not even GONNA. You know the fucking idiots that go out and crap. Out with billboards three to one in the fucking Jay. I'm not doing that I'm not doing that I'm not man US citizen. Possess, a mass green stem field C. again there's waste Martin Smarter. Monsters have at least years really. Okay A. Task two years. Get a complete doctor medicine doctor wyle. Why the beast. All right. So there's a lot of smarts that goes into this but assumed for NASA. Smartest space I I'm just not impressed if you combined are Iq's I, don't think we're we're not. We're not going to think we're making either. No I don't WanNA. Make No. Apparently not. You don't support what they do, but I don't care. Yeah. This is. I'm going to tell you if you build a hotel on Mars. What else check it out what if they played Longwood is it called Longwood what's wrong with yellowstone, yellowstone? Only. What they would? Flashbacks giant. Puerto Rican. Whatever they played yellowstone the Hollway up or if I could only watch yellowstone get to the moon. Yeah I'm getting to the moon. That's the only thing that's. All, right I do. In Columbus October second and third check it out. Also guys if you if you haven't seen my special, it's free on my Youtube Channel check that out last night we had a Freddie Prinz Junior. Erikgriffin Zeynab Johnson on control chaos we had. Another one, hundred, eighty, thousand. Griffin rate loves Freddie Great. So and check out the shows Monday night on my facebook fan page seven Tuesday night on my facebook fan page at seven. Those are when the live shows are check him out. Go See Joshua, and then my tickets for Dallas just went on sale. I'm at the Addison Improv in Dallas Texas you fucking Moon Loving folks I'm in October October first. Over I I know I'm so. October first through third in Dallas Texas get your tickets my whole squad to be with me. Now in Nashville November nineteenth twenty I, get your tickets now fat dot com they're limited tickets so they will go fast now doubts Nashville Europe baby have you been to the gas monkey garage in Dallas? What is it? Who Am I, shoot with Colin Call nor Peter. The gas monkey garage. I, think what was the name of the show fast and furious fast my garage, Richard Rawlings, the is the guy who if you see him, you'll asan loud fast and loud. Oh Wow I've been to their. No do you want me set that up it is super dumb. Brother would love that is he that stuff in the cars yet? We both gas monkey this dude his show has been on for I. Don't know Super Popular. but the the garage is so fucking cool. I'd love that he he had bought Faira Faucets. Core, her original corvette that they redid for her as one of the first cars that had a phone and it had a dial fund school in the fucking car. But when he got, he's got a bunch of cool shit like that and. That must do it your tickets Dallas October first through third advocate com, Josh. Yeah. Thanks man thanks for having fun later route.