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"fucking lake" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"Wrong to. Well first of all Jamal cashiers so. Sheer. Wow. So? I don't care like. Charles. Barkley is like what he's probably a little fucking. Late sixties right now. Maybe like wait, ferret rethink so really yeah. I guess maybe right. Okay, we'll say Charles. Barkley's fifty five then. That makes sense. He's got a fucking nine inch. Reach on you whoever you are like unless you're like many Paki. Our I'm not looking. Down Charles Barkley. Come on, well I mean you know? Those are really good. Unsolved is really good. You're fucking. Doing don't. The man. It's the man man right, so if you want Salt Charles Barkley. You're going to get both barrels and that's what happened I honestly. We've already talked about that Mike. Tyson clip where he threatens the guy on air. You can we talk about how Mike Tyson's going to fight and September. Oh, we got. A. Wherever the pay per view may be here's. We're going to do the pay per view. I! I will say this right now with full honesty full. My heart is open. I will cry. I will cry when Mike Tyson fights I will. Fight I will buy fucking Lake be like I'm sorry I know it's ten o'clock at night and wearing sunglasses indoors, but I'm crying because my tightness fighting this is. Exceptional beyond what I thought life could do like. This is wild. But you know I I wanna live in a world where Charles Barkley goes us what and then fucking chokes dude with his fucking headphone cable. That is the world. I would prefer. Live to this world that we're in right now. So Charles Barkley. I know you listen. Listen to every episode, but you. Hopefully you get this one. Stop this dude. Like face, Mush when you get into the studio the next day. Fakes Motion Chair, so a falls over so good. Roy Jones Junior. He's GonNa. Be Right. Jones the third after Mike, Tyson's on with them. I like it's going to be so just going to be so. This isn't even me being funny. I will cry as a grown man might not cry when my father dies, but I will cry with Mike Tyson fights again. Looks really and he looks insane. fucking video of him training. He looks as good as he did when he fought like. I don't know fucking spinks like he looks so good. That night maybe. His eyes were really. Terrified. Of Iron? Mike has amount marching powder tim. Thank you Steve Mike. was that your shortest fight over a bit winning? If there's only one God and Mohammed blessing upon them and just profit I thought getting. A brother? WHO DIED I'll be there to see you I. Listen. To my children. I love you. God Man what. This, you're certified ever. Anytime amateur professional ever I still am Aleichem, Mida. Balking. God Danny Man. Yeah the Lennox Lewis Lennox I'm coming for you. Mike is it frustrating to train like you did and then have this seven? Only trained probably two weeks three weeks, but fight I had the barry my best friend. And I dedicate this fight I wouldn't go to dedicate this fight them. I, was gonNA. Rip His heart out. I'm the best ever. I'm the most brutal Michigan Roof Chapman Endeavor. It's no one because yes. No? I'm Alexander. He's no Alexander. They've never been anybody who. Listen I'm Jack Dempsey there's no one like from their cloth. There's no one. Cloth. Impetuous. My defense is impregnable and I'm just from historically interview longer than five. Praise, be alone. Are you saying now? Mike the bike I. Remember when he got a prison in when immediately to a mosque I remember the footage. o The Moscow I, wonder and We were talking about the mosque and Albany today. Could it have been I? Don't know there's not that many mosques all one, nevertheless at least one. Yeah, so we were talking about that mosque. That Moscow ended up being the Missile Ronnie. Out this, he got out and twenty twenty and had pizza party. Yeah, so like two thousand. Two thousand, maybe three picture in your mind's eye. A Nation of people gripped by something. They don't quite understand fully fully convinced that. The danger is just around the corner and. Peop- Every night on the news? They tell you it's not a matter. Of If, but a matter of women. Gadio in two thousand and two thousand three, it was terror cells. It could be in a big city or small, said now it could be they. Have they they have things called dirty bombs, and you have to be vigilant, and if somebody you see somebody with Brown skin buying a cell phone have to turn them in. It's the same panic or experiencing now it's very I know it's very hard to picture this world. Where everyone's in full panic about a thing, they can't quite see but yeah. So this dude, this guy in Albany. As the story goes. Troops in a bombed out building in Iraq. I think it was Iraq it was connected you. It was gonNA. It's GonNa have to the Iraq. Found his name and address in a notebook on a pizza box. L. O. L. fucking. Okay. Can we please see this? She could do. We Body Cam footage of this, okay? Yes all right, so oh, that's weird. Only survived was this guy is the same way that the only thing that survived nine levels was honey Honduras fucking driver's license so strange so weird excuse me Muhammed? or Whatever? So this guy in Albany. A long story short got set up Randy Weaver Style and WAS ARRESTED FOR LAUNDERING MONEY FOR INSURGENTS TO BUY A. surface to air missiles Stinger. To shoot down a plane the Albany airport. So the jetblue to Columbus. The American Airlines Charlotte's going down, sorry. You'RE GONNA go to end. The Delaware gap. You're working..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Grab one from the box of three thousand. Like how? How is this even a a more than one request? By that pin of you know or You got it. Right. This should have been selling them in the gift shop honestly. Oh. It didn't it didn't occur you. What? Why don't you go to the Gift Shop Astle? They said why don't you go to the Goulet Gift Shop and it? Never I never I never followed up on that. Yeah I just assumed that they were saying so the different but. I. I always liked Robert Goulet. He was one of those guys that I liked. That I didn't I don't know what I liked about honestly, but I would like to see him. He was one of those guys like Steve Lawrence. Andy Gourmet that they'd pop up on the Jerry Lewis Telethon at two am Chicago time or and I would be like. They'd entertaining me. They entertained it. Yeah I didn't I didn't to this day. I still own one hundred percent understand what he what he did. I know he's he saying he zinger, but he was just a singer, didn't he also act? His. His bread and butter was okay. He was sitting singer. Okay, here's a crooner. Yeah, he was. Why I thought he had been like a singer who acted, and then became better known for acting or something I want to see. He was also maybe a good storyteller on Carson Ron tour maybe I. Don't know I just remember just being like. In my opinion, robbery delay the again growing up where I grew up south suburbs of Chicago not a lot of money Robert Goulet was Beverly Hills to me. Everything about him was Beverly Hills. And it's like that's that's famous. That's that's star well turns out. You were wrong. He was palisades. All the way I didn't know that it had I known. I would've never asked for that Goddamn. I'll tell you that. I walking around with a triple P.. The Palais Pacific Palisades Pin. I don't do that I. believe our friend Conan O'Brien by the way though it lives in Palisades from that mistaken. It's. It seems like the ultimate rich person place to live because it's like. Fancy great beautiful big houses, but then it's also like. On a Cliff over the ocean like you're not at the beach. You're up of the beach it's. Pretty dramatic. There's also plenty of little like sidestreets and stuff where you wouldn't know where somebody who's living. And then there's also the palisades highlands, which is like the Palisades the Palisades. We're really really big houses were. I've never even heard of that. See that's what I mean. It's like people don't really know about the PALISADES. There's like certain things. Everybody and everybody knows Bel. Air, everybody knows Beverly Hills but. But there's like rich pockets in L. A. that. You're like what the Gala Cancun Park. I think people here know it. Put across the country. People aren't aware of what that is, or or like Taling I've been riding my bike around to Luca Lake that play I mean the the Bob Hope House takes up a city block. There's like a three hole golf course in the backyard. It's insane. I remember going. Mark Cherries House. Yes, when we pulled down that street, it was like that was a street i. didn't know existed. Right and you put into it and it's like Oh. These literally looks like like mansions. You'd see in a movie and go. WHO LIVES THERE? Banana, it's like it's like a pocket of Belair in the valley basically yeah. and your point about Hancock, Park, there's also liquid. Phil Rosenthal lives in that behind that in that gated community there where it's like you go inside there. That's a whole different world to. Like literally right down Wilshire. There's a burger king that's falling apart and then fe one minute. Walk your behind Gates in the Tracy Mansions. To your point, you wouldn't know were there, right? Yeah it's, it's interesting because like I was just out of boredom after love riding around until the Lake I was reading a little bit about the history of. I Don I think I mentioned on other episodes of funny that I'm sort of obsessed with the actual lake of Deluca Lake because. There is an actual lake, but you cannot access it. It's not publicly accessible. It's surrounded by private houses and the Riverside. Golf course no, what's it called? Not Riverside. It's the golf club. Lakeside Lakeside Yeah. Believes Yeah Yeah, so like either you belong to that golf club or you own one of these five million dollar houses. That's the only way you can touch that lake and that infuriates me as a human being. I feel like. How can there be a fucking Lake right here? And I'm not allowed to go to it. I can't even see it, and so I started reading about it and stuff and. It's it's fascinating. There's on one little dead end street. There's a house that Frank Sinatra lived in in the forties. And now it's I. Don't even know if it's I. Don't know what it is now. It's still there I. Don't know if you can live in it or if it's over, there is a plaque on it now. That's like it's like the Sinatra House and it's where Nancy Sinatra grew up and there's the story about. One Fourth of July he just. All the residents around the lake. We're like having fourth of July. Party and he just put a bunch of fireworks on a raft, and then like took the raft out to the middle of the lake, and let them off, and apparently it was just it just exploded into flame ball, and there was just smoke everywhere, and everyone's like Oh my God what happened a frank, and then like you just kind of waited out from the smoke, and he was like I. Was Like I'm sure they just cheer frank, but it was like this is just crazy. Stories like that that you would never think that that was happening in that part of Los Angeles. Because it's not a famous area, it's not a it's not the. It's not the Beverly Hills or Bel Air type area of the city. It's just this weird, little pocket where For a little period of time, a bunch of famous people. Just like the idea, frank his suit. Coat. Door on as well going to blow some stuff up. There, we got the. The cats are those I. Don't know the. Are. Now that can't Ed. Darn it through like a little a little firecracker, but it's got the word Catinat. Things that Alfred Molina was lightning off. In boogie nights, I thought of those those were mad's. Where they these. Just regular firecracker well, he had a string of just the regular firecrackers. Those I think there was. Growing up those headed name. At least a place that people around my house I would buy fireworks would get him. Something cats because there's a picture like one of those like hello kid like a mean looking Hello Kitty! On the package of them okay Karen you got. I'm trying to find it. We look separately. Looking something up is well after. Andrew on twenty one jump street. Joseph! Whatever of Street which I can tell Yeah Sal. Space Nine which I did not know. Andrew was yeah I knew that. Yeah, yeah, black cat by the way is a firecracker. Yeah, black cat, so. Janet Jackson of course, said neighborhood tour after that. That's right black label. Better Watch your step. You're going to die. eugenics and now I learned this today Matt listening to that winds of change podcast about Burbank Yeah that I found interesting that who are allowed to. Keep a horse in your backyard. If you wanted to yeah, and then also that the street to press the button, go across the street are a little higher because you might be sitting on a horse. Yeah, there's a the one of the one of the streets that I ride my bike on It's actually also riverside. If you keep going on riverside into the Rancho you'll see that you'll see See the corners. There's like a human height button for the crosswalk and then a horse height one. and. I actually wanted to find the perfect. I don't know if it exists, but I was. I wanted to take a picture of. Because there's also a horse lane so there's a bike lane in in one spot in Burbank. There's a bike lane and a horse lane and I. I feel like that's probably the only place in America. Where there's both of those things exist next to each other seems so random, weird but yeah we. When we were looking at houses, we looked at a house that had a stable instead of a garage. Basically, it was like Could turn this into a Home Office. It had cement. Floor. like most stables do and I was like I. Don't I don't know I don't want to do any of the work on. Route if it if they had done that for you. Yes, if they'd be like, Oh yeah we're actually putting..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Hysteria 51
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Light out of a bottle. Do No cans for me this week. Oh bottles you are an innovator your head of your time you sound just like me in the mirror every morning your dynamic your progressive and Gosh Darn it people like you. Cb What you've got over there anything good this week. I rated your bug out bags. I am drinking rubbing alcohol mixed with that. They put in glow sticks and align which they call that. The joke for that. This is disgusting. I put some hair on your mental chest. I like it I like it. So we've done a lot of talking about bug out bags and things like that. Maybe you don't exactly know what we're talking about John. What is a bug out bad? Why do people need it? So there's the possibility that bad shit happens in our future. No you're whether the natural disaster whether it be civil unrest or a million other things that we get into. What do you do when that happens when I can tell you know you scream you get your car and you drive As slow as possible. Because that's what they do. Every movie warn incessantly get his biggest half dollars. Gary each other you actually you find crews and follow him. Because that's how you live. It Ain't easy but I'M GONNA come out on the other end so win society falls. What do you do? We're going to cover? Mostly what you do when you need to abandon your home it is. It is time to go. Which isn't always the best option. Possibly right that. That was going to be my point. I think that it most of the time is isn't a good option. Now of course if something like Hurricane Katrina Hurricane Sandy somebody like that that staining your home is literally a dangerous bribe. I've been here for four generations. Leaving Eilly stay in. Pri- I it's going to be in danger to you get the fuck out but if you aren't certain remember. I mean our society is built on community. Weren't we're not going to go from zero to sixty from? Hey neighbor how you do into Thuc you give me all your food. That's not gonNA happen overnight. I in fact communities will pretend that's the truth he going. He's got his tin foil hat back on literally. Step two on the list of Shit. I gave my wife Lisa on what to do what to do. On civil unrest unrest number one. Get The gun number to go to the neighbor. GimMe all your shit number three water if you can stay home because guess what your bed feels better than the ground. It's a lot more sterile at home. You have a you also fully. You're also a lot more protected right. So you know all the entries to your home you know the access routes if the civil unrest is vampires. They can't come in unless you invited us. You're so right you're good to go up but I mean seriously I if you're in a if the world's in a bad situation if you can stay at home even if you're in a major metropolitan area do so what a majority of this podcast is going to be. Focusing on is when that's not an option when zombies are going to be at your door when the fabric of society has broken down. Yeah I can't remember if it was whenever him. Lincoln or Thomas Edison but someone famous and really smart said when the shit goes down. You better be ready. Samuel Jackson Adly. You know our our future resident president-elect Samuel Jackson Samuel Jackson Twenty twenty actually. He's already running so he states. We're not really in talking terms so I can't say for sure though since the incident you told him not to name is baby today north and John. You if you're listening stop so shit is going down and you gotta leave. You GotTa go before we get into what you need to bring with you or have prepared. Let's talk about the situations where that would be critical one of the you. Actually you touched on. In your little pits. There was a natural disasters and One of my favorite that. I think people think of it as as not. I love how you start with natural disasters in the first adjective US favorite. What am I favored natural disasters was earthquake In the WWF. Back in the day him typhoon. Reckon Shop No. That was a whole lot of man for tag team. So super volcanoes yellowstone. National Park is what they call a call. Darah is a giant volcano. It's so big that people didn't realize it was a volcano because it's so massive if either rupp's were fucked kind of like the planet it can spew so much ash little block out the sun for. I don't fucking years. They they say you're certainly fucked almost to the eastern seaboard. Yeah like and then. You're on the eastern seaboard. You might not die but all of the ash and the blockage of the sun would be an issue so when it erupts. There is a a an ejection of Salmon let's exactly what I was gonNA say after the semen there. Is this super heated air. That scalding air. That comes out that will just like flash FRY ship for hundreds and hundreds of miles and then the Ash. We're in Chicago. The ash is GONNA come down on us and we'll be under several feet of Ash. That's that's just fucking crazy. Even guess what we're not staying home we gotta get the Fuck Outta here or kind of like winter in Chicago for sort of ashes. It looks like Ashkenazi. Danger is dirty. No Lake shore drive is shut down for two days. I love how you know. The fucking late comes right up to the shoreline yet every fucking year in Chicago dumb asses walkout on the ice fall in and die. Because somehow forget you can't walk out on the fucking Lake when it's frozen. The deed needed a bug bag needed more than that. I mean even to this day. You're talking about natural disasters. This wouldn't be reason to bug out but just a few years ago here in Chicago. People are abandoning their cars on lake. Shore drive yet. They were they were letting them run. And people were in their cars for ten and twelve hours. They ran on a gas. And they were gonNA freeze and they actually had emergency personnel. Bring like food and blankets and shit to the people in the cars and be like stay because if you walk and try to get out of here you probably fucking freeze because you're you're dressing. You're you're close but it's a really valid point to bring that stuff up because a natural disaster like that isn't a reason to bug out. No exactly but if there's GonNa be a tornado in your area that's often the kill thousands of people every year and it's terrible. It's not a reason to bug out. It's a reason to evacuate that particular area that evening but now a hurricane is a reason to possibly bug out potentially yeah but but in the short term. You're still only going three hours away from your home. Probably and two thousand five. I was living in Springfield Illinois and they had two Tornados came through springfield. Big Enough town that normally tornadoes would never it? They said because of the amount of heat Blah Blah Blah Blah a larger city produces. But this was just a freak accident and we didn't have power for eleven days and that's kind of crazy to think about. I look back on. It and a lot of my friends have their own apartments. We all sit at my house because I had the biggest place. And we were using one of those Those jumped boxes that you plug into like jump A. Car. Yeah and it had like a hundred and twenty volt plug in and we're using that that's the only power we had for eleven days just live and like Orios fucking Doritos and bottled water. And it's you know it's one of those things that you think like man. It's it's you know that's never gonNA happen. Eleven years ago eleven years eleven days you know so right but once again. I wasn't bugging out..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Hysteria
"In or I do WanNa walk in this direction. Whatever graffiti? You how harder people trying when they're when they're doing their influencing because it's like I remember when I was in Cuba or at this lake really pristine cristine amazing lake and like somebody had a nice. DSL are and they were Helen not enjoying that lake and like they were going back and forth and taking footsteps along the Path like a number of times it reminded me of making documentary but like kind of a shitty weird bad one where you're just GonNa make the people who feel like people who are looking at this on the Internet be like Wow uh-huh and I follow travel accounts and I think about that with like the drone shots that people are taking so now you're in some like pristine incredible place and you're taking king these these intense drone shots. What's that like for everyone else? WHO's at that play? Why do we always have to be on set with you? Yeah exactly yeah. It's and you're literally watching somebody else not like even when that guy like jumped into the lake it was clearly a performance and then as soon as it was done he was like. Oh you get out of the lake and I was like you can join the fucking lake. He's at work. Yeah I guess. Oh Celeste Barber on instagram. Yeah she's funny acuity. WanNa give a rundown down what she does. Yeah so Celeste. Barber is the goat because She basically recreates these absurd famous people and influence fluence her posts But like like an average person would try to do. So it's like here's this insane cover of a magazine where someone is contorted their body in. AH JUST AN UNNATURAL WAY with photoshop. And she's like I'm going to do this with no photoshop. And like the same outfit cheaper and made out of duct tape and we're just GONNA like try to do it and I'll posted does did exactly the same with the caption about like that's very I know not ironic but like purposefully mocking like I to an influenza. Ah Me looking great. Like I don't know if you ever saw that video of some supermodel closing her car door by kicking like the button at the top of the back of a van. I don't know how to describe this like the van raises up and there's a button at the top so she kicked it and then it came down like her leg was that long and so you know just films himself trying to kick it for like an hour and then it just never happens and I'm like this is. This is what I like like. This is You know exposing the absurdity and that's it it's funny because she we also have an influence or now she's also like pretty yeah. There's an like she's I think that what is great about what she does that. She exposes opposes. The fact that like you can't judge yourself against what these people with these teams working on them are doing. And this is what it looks like when a regular person does it. I'm doing fine and I'm happy and I'm great but also she's popular for it and like something else that I think is interesting about the influence. Our conversation is like the things things that become pervasive that even then become performances and I we don't live in a nuance time going to say something I'm GonNa get canceled but I think that there was a moment where people started being honest about their mental health and then suddenly it was very in vogue to be like my ings. -IETY Maya anxiety and I'm like these are people all who were creating anxiety and other people with their fake lives and I'm sure that there that does create a level of anxiety within yourself. Because you're like oh if I meet someone in I am I gonNA no. I don't look as good as this photo. My house is not as clean. My dog is not as cute whatever and so that would create some sort of tension but I do think that there is now a a trend of being like. I'm going to try to be still relatable in this caption even with this fake ass modem because then people will like me more less can build something. Well you know I work out. What every day? And I'm so hot so now I can. I can appropriate. Here's a regular person has a picture of me pre crying where I'm obviously trying to like live right like I'm not. I'm definitely wearing makeup in my cries and my my Mascara running perfect I wanNA revisit. Something Akilah said really quickly though about influencers. I think there's a difference. This between normalizing mental health concerns and normalizing making taking care of your mental and pathologising legitimizing normalcy. Yes and like. It's it's a blurry line and it's not one that I could like diagnosis but it but it does seem to be like something. That's a little bit troubling authorizing the fact that you know everybody has good days and bad days and when you have a bad day it doesn't mean that you need to go to the doctor. You know it's it's and it's also it becomes then like a competition to see who has the worst Prabhu who is and it's like. It's just the worst part of humanity which is like how can I monetize this and make it palatable and make it pretty and it's like something that you know affects your doesn't but I think that like if I was. I'm so glad that social media wasn't the thing when I was in high school because I think that would have been like. Oh well my like depression and like my like body. Image problems aren't good enough to even post. I'm I'm not. I don't have the words to say this in a way. That's poetic and pretty and Ruby Carpool like have that. So I guess my my. My mental health isn't as important. It's better to hear about it from someone else. I think that that's kind of a danger because I also think that like teams are now diagnosing themselves with things because but that's I relate it to this person that's like thirty years older than me filters everything and she says that she's crying pretty an I cried ugly the other day so I guess that I have the exact same problem. Yeah breath and someone who's like made their brand in that then being a why can't not be depressed because that goes against what your money from aren't going to like my post if it's not sponsored by Zoloft and it's like that's a problem. What are those things that crosses over into gross? We're like why needed to do that. Yeah what what what went through your head. Another thing that it kind of reminds me of his like influencers can actually take a toll on the things that they are trying to pose in front of light guys. Remember the super bloom. Yeah right yeah yeah. Like last year there was a super bloom on the west coast because of the amount of rain in the spring weather. Basically give us like tons of flowers in certain areas and influencers swarmed these big poppy fields and tramped on just regular. Ask people to everyone. I know what I'm thinking to myself. I didn't go reading this article. I'm an environmentalist and all of a sudden yeah. This is my fiancee. Yeah I stayed home. I look at my own clouds. My activism is staring at a wall. I'm very well no. It was really sad to read that they like fucked that up and that we may not have flowers again. Yeah no more carbon footprint though if you don't leave your host thanks narcissism like but it's like if you're going to go off paths so you're not going to care you're GonNa do whatever you need to get the shot or whatever it is. I think the there is a thing of like entitlement. It's entitlement but it's all it's more than it's narcissism. It's like. I'm the one that matters because I need to get the thing for me when you're around people like that. What is it feel like to the rest of you when around people who are like? Because there's an I had A. I had a very specific experience when somebody is like doing stuff for social media where unlike it. It doesn't even feel like we're interacting on like a room with other people. This doesn't feel like a conversation like at this point. Feels like everything we're doing is so that you have something thing to post so it looks a certain way. It's almost ironic. That now photo shoots actually feel the most real. Yeah like when I see a comedian that has like new head shots. Backfield's real to me. That's like something you did and styled and you like it because you the the fourth walls almost broken we all know what the social con tracked is of. I sat and pay someone to take photographs of me as opposed to. I'm yeah by toxic. WASTED ME IN A in a random hallway with my leg up behind me alone except someone's photographing me Akilah. I wanted to to talk about what you said about like. This isn't something we've evolved to do. I think that it might be that. Our Technology has advanced more quickly than our brains have advanced because obviously were social animals and we need each other. And that's a healthy thing for people to do is to seek each other out and try to make connections as a way we survived without getting eaten by bears Some of US did but those of us didn't that we were able to like form the human race and destroy the earth. But we did. Yeah but I think that Thi this technology has like taps into that need our brains haven't figured out how to separate our Social Shawnee from what technology allows us to do and the one of the articles that we use to research. This was kind of discussing how social media is like an engineered addiction. Yeah because it takes things that we naturally want an it in it really it. Kind of makes us indulge them in a way that's like really ugly and doesn't stop but we've also I think two things too. I think we've we've definitely put tech Bros.. In this like Genius Space where my keys are dudes that were eighteen when they built something and we're just believing that they know better than everyone else but also all of these companies like like to your point about you know just being not as smart as our tech I think the the gravest mistake we've made as a human society in in every regard for like a a forward facing society is incentivizing clicks incentivizing time spent on apps and giving our data away and feeling no way about it like the reason why the algorithm can keep me on instagram for ten hours is because every time I click something and says okay I know what she wants is to buy because he's liking all of this dumb shit so now I'm going to serve me an ad I'm GonNa go to that website for some reason. It never leaves instagram when you do that. So I'm just spending time and they're making more money. They're serving more ads and they're making more money. It's the reason why journalism is dying. Because it's if it's popular then it's journalism that's it. There's no longer like the smartest person or the best take or the most research thing. We don't have time for that. We have to keep the lights on at the New York Times. So we're GONNA have to have a racist article every week. So people click it and get angry like that's the times we're living in and I don't see a way out of that because I think that like yeah it's very lucrative brands you can be. You can have a micro business and be successful and have a house in Byron Bay life if you know you just you just like if you have the engine of social media to say I'M GONNA serve this ad to people who were impressionable two. AM and really want to buy into what. You're you know the bullet you're selling when you're exploiting something that's natural and individuals anyway though like there was also an article that was like Dorian Gray. It's like beauty has always I've been valley. Youth has always been valued whether that was like at the debutante ball or whatever it was earn that whatever. The event was where we valued those same tropes ups. It's like now you can put that on the Internet and it's just constant access to do now the differences that it's twenty four seven and it's a much broader a much more global scale than what you're saying thing is that you think systemically there's something you're saying that you could actually change the technology and incentivize better behavior. If the interface of the way that the technology was structured. It was different. Yeah I think that like I think that you're right we always seek out Beauty and I think that like that's just too ingrained in our culture to be removed but I do believe leave that we've created algorithms and ways to say and I think we can point specifically to Google for this but it's like clicks how you make money like we can serve more ads. If if people.
"fucking lake" Discussed on Twinovation
"Beef we can do. I'm going to beef out Cousin be he'll never listen to this and is one of my cousins on my mom's side. My dear your cousin he's younger he's like twenty four suppose You know my cousins and I on my mother's side We're we're like raised super close like siblings. Thinks he always a lot of time together and I'm close with them you know and we everything's good. There's no bad blood. There's no drama Burgess. He was the birthday I've met him. Yes Manhattan DC shows. Well yes he was. You've met him many times. Exactly sweetheart sweetheart just become again. You know beefing doesn't mean I hate you beefing. This means might be flipped. Yeah so basically. Because you know sweetheart fun guy we know when we were doing our big road trip to Florida. This past week I had planned. You know one of the nights the first night we could just drive five five hours New York to DC. Stay at his place didn't he. He has an apartment. He has a roommate but he has. It's like a two bedroom. They haven't living room in from all from what I understand and it's very nice what I hear. It's like they have a piano player in the lobby like Doorman. Nice Nice building. Yeah that's all I've been hearing so I text him like a little bit before Thanksgiving being like. Hey like Dave and I are going to be driving through. Would it be okay if we sleep going plano crash at your place like for one night on Wednesday like December fourth get because if we're coming in DC. We're going to hang out. We want to hang out with him. Anyway he's always liked. Come visit visit whatever so respond literally thinking that he's GonNa be fucking excited not only say yes but be like excited 'cause like when people ask ask us to come to our place we're excited. It's fun to her one night. It's not like we're asking we stay for fucking weekend or longer. It's like we're just asking mm for one night. How bad how bad could one night be? Would it be so bad to spend one night with a sleigh crash on there on on his couch like whatever and I also said that we will be bringing our own air mattress. So I'm like such as easy guest arriving in the room with you. This kid responds back a text. That's like this this fucking long out there. That's about ten in novel. Okay like you have to scroll to continue to read it and it's basically like it was nice in tone but it was like. Hey yes you can stay but my roommate gets up at four. Am Am and so he'll be walking over you my neighbors Play a lot of loud music. I have to get a go to bed very very early and wake up very early for work even if he did have to get up early like that. It's like wouldn't is going through the Rolodex of excuses. It said like fifteen fucking things about exactly exactly pick one so by the end of it it was basically like sort absolutely. He said that we can but he really doesn't want us to so I'm like fine. Thanksgiving comes I'm like we're going to. Maybe this text was just like awkward. You know what I mean like. Maybe he didn't mean it in this awkwardness. Maybe he just feels weird about is see him at. Thanks exactly at Thanksgiving so I figured figured like I'll feel him out of Thanksgiving and I kind of expected me to ask him about it from to be like of course you can stay. I just want you know like my roommate's knowing when my don't expect too much or whatever Robert that's what I was expecting right so thanksgiving like looking forward to seeing at your place. He Goes Ho. Yeah I mean I. I really am going to have to go to bed early that night. I don't want us to fucking Lake so so we offer the best. We actually fucked and ended up staying in Virginia and having like an amazing night instead of staying at his apartment. But it's like damn thinking and think you know people think you know really it's like what for one night even if we were like warthogs we're gonNA come into your apartment not GonNa get a wink of sleep. You're going to be tired the next except at work we fucking smell lake where your family. And that's is it. We're awesome. We would have liked taking them out for drinks like we would have been cool. He would've liked fucking chilled in his place and we would have liked blown up our little air mattress and gone to sleep. You know that's family done wrong. You know So what do we do about him. Well I'm just like we don't do anything but you know what it is. It's like I see you now late so now asked me for something. Asked me for fucking something. Even if it's five fucking years from now I will remember this way. The Grudge edged begins even the smallest tiniest thing I will never do lay. I will remember this. Exactly the crutch this is the beginning the garage the garage and five years for part. Say Yeah Fuck that..
"fucking lake" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Skin. Guess they don't eat a lot. Thank you can pizza. Shit this fucking piece of Shit not only was overrated pieces ship all you fucking hipsters out there but it ruined wind society. This is when we turned. You WANNA know why we're here his head blame little miss fucking sunshine all you assholes. This is when we jumped the fucking shark. Blame this fucking movie. I'll tell you why Great Canir is a fucking dad in a very good Gordon traditional way he's doing like working and all he's doing is talking about eight. Don't eat ice cream for breakfast. You're going to do little Miss Sunshine. You shouldn't it's unhealthy unhealthy for you. He is the hero of this story. The producers and the director made him into the goat of the story. He's IT'S A dad. There's something wrong with him because he's trying to like hustle up work and he's trying to keep his family together. Whatever you got the brother the gay brother who tried to slit his arrests and they're like sitting around the dinner table and it was just it? She's like what happened to your uncle rob and he's like well. When I was done blowing my boyfriend I decided and great careers going? I don't think that's acceptable. There was like why is it a devil. Let her nose. You should know the truth. The fuck you. She's fucking nine. She doesn't need to know about this guy killing himself because the gay partner left him for an author. That's number one number number two. She's going to beauty contests she doesn't. She does need to know about nutrition. She ordered fucking ice cream and pancakes for breakfast. This and the fucking same guy the same same guy. Thought it would be a bad idea to talk about suicide at the dinner table when they're back in Arizona also think it's a good idea. Talk about eggs in a more nutritious breakfast and yes especially and ironically when you're on the way to beauty contests so a also so the other guy the other here on the movies too fucking junkie. The junkie sex offender fucking GRANDPA. Who is a fucking junkie junkie the most inappropriate fucking GRANDPA and the world like he's in the next room doing a couple of rails? He was thrown out shady acres for being sexually inappropriate or it with other members of shady acres and now he's been thrown out of multiple old age homes for getting Hansie with women in the in the fucking home. He's a junkie WHO's a sexual Predator and he's the second here who teaches his daughter his granddaughter dance like a fucking whore and he's the fucking hero. Oh and then the gay guy tried to kill himself. He's the second in the line of hero and the fucking one sane normal guy in the fucking movie. Great Konare you're the dad he's the villain he's the dumbo he's buffoon he's the Clod. Now where are we now in society. We're short on the careers. We got plenty junkies running around and this movie caused it all. It got it completely backwards. That chick couldn't dance for rush it. She has no talent. That's the other thing like the other chick comes out. She plays a concerto on Stein. Way and the other chick comes out. She's spending baton on and doing the splits all stuff. You have to practice for all stuff you have to dedicate time to and then this comes out shakes her ass like fucking drunk stumbling ambling out of a fucking bar and we're supposed to start applauding. The tickers put no effort. No time it has no skill level indoor fucking neck. He's one hundred percent backwards and it marked the fucking of our society. We jumped the shark with this fucking movie. Jesus got damn price. And everyone's like applauded right. Now she has no talent and what about the other fucking girls who work their ass off for the competition and why by the way. Why bother practicing anything? Why pick up the baton? Why pick up a guitar? Wipe pick up a cello. It doesn't matter anymore. What learn to play the harp? He just get out there and stagger around some sort of flop dance and then everyone will just start slowly. Start to slow clap view. Fuck that and the the fact that Alan Arkin got an academy award from being the Wu. He's in half the movie will. He's technically dead. It's fucking weekend at Bernie's with Alan. Arkin he did nothing but be a horrible influence. A fucking junkie pervert. Sorry for sounding like the square skype the plan but this movie fucked our society. It's never been the same since its movie came out ninety nine hundred original screenplay fuck you. It's fucking movie sock for a movie. You hate sure know a lot about twenty eight time you know why because I keep my friends close that keep my eye. That's the argument that people people mouth these days. What is about aided? What's Great? Scan your character what is it. He thinks it's inappropriate to talk about suicide in front of his nine year. Old at a dinner dinner table and the whole movies. Everyone looking at him like Oh God. Oh God please shut up. Please stop talking please. And then at the diner. Everyone's like earned her her please. Yeah he's telling his daughter not to eat ice cream for breakfast. Is that the bad guy right. Everyone at the table as the clutch pearls and uh-huh and also why you why you. Why if you're also fucking woke progressive in hip and everything? Why is your fucking girl in a beauty contest? What are you doing with this? Why are we even doing this? We should be against the whole notion of people getting up there and dancing around in a bathing suit at age nine. Fuck this fuck this movie. And then the worst or sparred over the worst part about this movie is is What's corral the movie takes place in in? In in three places it takes place in Phoenix. It takes place in San Diego the had to get to and then it takes place on the road in between it's a summertime movie there's a VW boss lost with no air-conditioning everybody in the movie is wearing short sleeves because they're in Phoenix and it summertime and they're getting in a boss with no air there is is one person that has long sleeve. That Steve Corrales character but he's wearing the cuff like he's a fucking chippendales dancer because he tried to commit suicide but he has his sleeves rolled up so everyone could see and at some point when he runs into his old boyfriend and he's ashamed of course like oh boy. It's going to find out. I committed suicide. He has to hide his hands. By how much. Roll your sleeves down. You're already wearing long sleeves if you WANNA go to liquor store and not have anyone asks you questions about your attempted attempted suicide that simply. Take your cough. Enroll it down. Yes Jesus fucking Christ fuck this movie and by the way this move means it's like it doesn't get better with time it gets shitty. Yeah they're they're standing next to a guy wearing a fucking white t shirt okay. I can't believe you never even touched on. Because there's so many other things that child who takes valve side Shit Pussy guys is he's taken a vow of silence why he wants to be a Marine Navy ater he wants to fly fucking. F16's off a carrier. He won't talk. Hey Hey Dave I'll be commute. Pilot asked me what my call sinus. What you call sign drive-in they asked me some more questions from the tower like how many miles out or what? My air speed is that director. What's your mileage to the carrier? And you're not safe. Goose your dangerous up their brew you're not playing it safe Yukos's goose's life agree. How you doing since goose pass by the way I want to be my wing man someday normally scratch Brad Peacock? You're waiting man the guy when you. SOB The guy. This spindly Goff buckets bitterly. Get the kid. Looks like he's The fucking Fourth Ramon. What's a life in? The military wants a life in the military and by the way no tougher or more rigorous program than being a pilot in the military. I opening for this kid based on his back. Clear why this fucking angry Sakashita so pissed at his dad the whole time like great career be like. Would you like another drumstick. Can he be a chef. The fuck is that. He doesn't know he's colorblind. I don't know how you make to your eighteenth birthday and have no idea that you're you're colorblind. But he also wants to be an aviator but he won't speak and they never exactly explained why he's taking a valve silence. Yes that's what he's doing. Why is he taking? What's he pro testing? And how far away from Military Academy could this guy be could. Could you imagine this guy showing up as I say hey young cadet. What's your name? Uh Jesus Christ this is so fucked up and so wrong on so many fucking lake got every character wrong on this movie. That is amazing. Amazing turn-around for me. I had no strong opinions on this picture. The notion that this guy wanted to be a marine pilot or navy pilot and he wouldn't talk and he was golf and skinny like those guys are in. ROTC and they have crew cuts and they're doing pushups like what he's really respect authority. I wrote this fucking film fuck them. That's such a piece of shit all right but of course the music we love it. We love it we love of and I don't know if I've ever seen they are days. They've ruined our society. We're now here because of them. This is what what this this marked the beginning of you new to the program. The movie is two thousand six little Miss Sunshine the Guy I also wrote Star Wars. The Force Awakens. Oh it's a bad one either. I didn't care for it. What did they have range? At least they have a mute. Character in there did the Millennium Falcon. I wrote some movies guy. wrote a lot story. Three Hunger Hunger Games catching fire inside out again range if nothing else all right little Miss Sunshine all right well we all know. The critics love this because they're horrible horrible. That can be baited into liking shitty movies because they have strong whatever themes or whatever. If it's called Fox EV. It's called the Fox. searchlight that's Oh yeah guaranteed nomination right all right hate to do this now. This has to be horrible for you. We're talking about this with Allen. This is not an endorsement endorsement of this movie. He was like betting against your team. That's right ninety three God. Yeah I'm up there. I couldn't go as high is adamant I settled for eight. I also have ninety-three I'll knock it down. What a bump it up to a ninety four? That's you're you're locked in in Nineteen ninety-three okay. Ninety three of this little Miss Sunshine also known as patient zero is certified fresh at et ninety one and they all have it even the audience agreeing. Yeah so many holes in this a rayleigh. The Alan Arkin Peter. Peter Falk Comedy Jim the funniest movie of All Time In my book the In laws now. That's worthwhile and shelley also has one of the Great Awkward Award Meal. Sit when they meet each other for the first time. Well this is definitely a lifetime achievement award for al She. He got Arkan. Got This because a lifetime achievement. But Not because this movie but here we go. I thought by the movie I thought might come up that I watched last night brokeback doc. Back Mountain that has a great Thanksgiving or early eighties. Thanksgiving when the when the father-in-law of of Kantha Antica side not heath killinghall. Jeez Louise Yeah. When he's a sit down you do you older so ba or because he keeps putting the TV onto the can watch football man that movies the best? That's the saddest music. I was GonNa never seen ever the rights to watch that but then I had this conversation with T J hooker for. I said wait you there. It's such a picture. Dave Damasec came out strong. Play to play a game. Played a good game. Forty four forty four for you. That's that's not proud of leaving Gina Grad and Adam Corolla knocking announce your score yet. Ace but I wanNA tell you you are the winner of the ace award for Rant of the yeahs right talk with that little Miss Sunshine Jag. Thank you geographic. You beat Dave thirty five. Okay you also beat Adam. Sixty eight third. I don't I don't know how it happened. I felt that you were close in the game the whole way but now take it. I'm very upset. I'm Greg thank you. I'm telling you this this is when we began the decline right here right now. The war on Dads. That's it career was a great dad. He was all you'd want in a dad had and he was a buffoon this entire movie and all everyone did by the way I would've five sitting in a fucking it'd be like fuck you you pay for your own fucking meals you fucking preening raining. SMIRKING PEREC'S FUCK Yo. Tell my fucking daughter not to eat ice cream and you're looking at. Oh it's a great thing. They also let them get the TAB for the. Yeah the group. Yeah Fuck you. Hey Hey mutiny over there. Good luck at the Air Force Academy Idiot then that poor Stroz Tantrum. When he finds out he goes eight came? All dogs has a great diner. Seen it opens things five easy pieces. Let me just hit Simply safe. No one should feel unsafe at home. And that's why you gotta get simply.
"fucking lake" Discussed on Electrum Radio
"People like you know like these glorified fucking bedroom soap makers that have come out with this new and healing on me yeah. They're like do this here heels tattoos so much faster it nothing. I'm like really you out of fucking hospital like you've figured out a way to fucking regenerate damaged tissue better than any fucking body in the fucking planet like this fucking is this you found ospital. Oh my God it's fucking like monkey seat fucking grape oil the way you found some this fucking see come from fucking South America. They've harvested next to the cocoa bean in instantly you can you can regrow a fucking ear really read the ingredients radiance on ninety percent of these things ninety. Five percent of the ingredients are identical except they're all identity they might be in different orders in greater quantity death but they're identical identifical and I and I love the people like this on natural. He's got strawberries and how many people are definitely learning strawberries sober water. How about just just clean your tattoo dial. Are you senator van or any of that products type products. I think that it does help for the problem with it is still three products so people are allergic to it. He said yes. I personally cannot use it but I have guys in the shop and clients fucking love. It's great for them and being that I'm in a touristy area where the fucking turnaround time with people that visited is a turnaround is is. I think that product helps right the area that that I mean because we have people come in. They're like hey. I know you just got ahead. You do me a favor. You can't go swimming. You can't go into orbit no hotter Kuzina Saana Solider interbike. We're going to the theme parks tomorrow and I'm going to the beach on Saturday. Well guest the fuck not because I dislike tattooed you fucking eight hours. Don't do it like they're yeah okay. I think I'm allergic to your. I got to be really allergic or or or does any of it like the whole thing like. Maybe I don't know if something was wrong. I'm like look I fucking tattoo everybody the exact same fucking way. My a hand doesn't change the equipment. Doesn't everything that you all out germs fucking. Everything just jumped on your right. Let's go back a little bit. What did you and you don't fucking last night. It wouldn't have nothing to do with fucking. I don't know you fucking ask you kN- across the fucking dirty strip club fucking expose name because you pull it off the show everybody and and dragged lake water yeah. I soaked in the fucking lake but it's okay 'cause I rubbed it with alcohol word and I'm clean I take a a lot of vitamins so mike skin doesn't get people that people that are convinced that for some reason that we are the ones that we did something wrong. Oh completely it's not saying I don't ever overworked something or anything like that but I'm just saying like when when I look at a Tattoo I've been looking at it long enough to know going like that's a fucking pick spot. That's like fucking thing you know. I'm not saying you did it purposely or maybe in your sleep when I'm looking at it and I fucking see how Clark running straight across motherfucker. Edu your dog or you does that fucking. Yes my favorite thing just like what my dog fucking. I'm like the number one causes staph infections animal dander dogs cashcall sign piss and Shit. They don't wash their paws when he come back in and you're like I love my dog sleeps next to me. I'm like well. Here's an idea you gotta open open fucking wound on you. Maybe don't love fluffy fucking layer on top of growth. We had a woman come in one time. She took first of all she wrapped at like six six nights in a row. Nobody comes in. She comes in takes the plastic off the thing stinks to high heaven and I ain't got that fucking fever in it. He's wiping. He's pulling fucking pet wiping away like the top layer. Scans sounds like sliding around looks like a fucking sock that fucking people don't fucking wash their floors. What what part of the explanation that I gave you or where my favorite is. Would you never say I WANNA be shots at every. I could say that Shit in my sleep dance the same speech every person. Why would I have suddenly forgotten to say to you and it's like well. You didn't tell me and it's like and we all know this. They're sitting there. They're super excitable what they're doing. They're standing the mirror. You're explained to me. You want to do this and they in one ear out. The other is soon as they walk out the door gone but it is but let me begin like at a certain point it is up to us to educate our clientele correctly. I can't fix stupid right exactly but that's my that's. That's the problem is that person now is what dictates how I am in my industry. Those are the people that fucking like I'm. I'm GONNA YELP bad. I'm like you know what I wish I could help you. God Damn it. No one walks in and complaints about being the city clients like fucking like so. No no one's ever watched them. Go you know what I am such a shitty person. You should spit in my food. You should fuck fucking kick me out. You know million dollar idea. The tattoo industry develops an APP YEP. We we can share clients list. Yeah you get black SCOTTIES blacklists. I I get you some but no I mean think about it. Imagine if that existed aw people would be different imagine if we were doing. China was trying to implement with the fucking social experiment where people can rank you. They rate action there. It was a getting out of hand. I'M GONNA go eat this going to wrap this up three. I'm not missing food again. I want to eat. I still gotta go by you. Just telling me fucking bye bye. Okay Namus. Thomas Sterling drives last grandma's fine line perception. You know what I just realized. This is like your the he's a Oh. You're so fucking Ryan to K- people there's there's always someone who who they're like. Yeah it's really aggressor. ABG trying to get off uh-huh John Scotty let me put my head in Germany instagram his at John Ron's good jail win the CK. Thanks for having me on again anytime you know that Jesus Christ as well. I can't wait to talk to you about your with their next. Eckstein will talk about what we're supposed to meet him. We have premise come. No we had we had bullet points willing to touch on. Let me hit. I got some good stories. Take transit well now. I'm not going to get into it. 'cause I'm fucking hungry. I'm saying if if if time tomorrow we can we can do this again tomorrow. Mar Banner do everything if not go ahead and do your fucking shout outs just in case. You don't get to make it back. No I mean if people don't know who you are by now and Komo Jimmy at whatever social media that you can get around for a long time it is what it is what it is but anyway yeah y'all motherfuckers fuck possession when Joe is talking on Goddamn thing. Thank holy sound like Morse Code. It's not really going to try. I'm trying my best to get him to do a rant and he just when I put the McCone him he will not want so what I'm saying. I need you to be eligible to trigger yes. I'm not trying to get my heart attack but you can give them a half trigger. It's the same with you. There's you know what I'm GonNa. I'm GonNa Watch verbal tennis. I'm fucking. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA come over here. I'M GONNA Wash Joni coming into it and I'm a drop drop down and is GonNa look like to fucking Casper fucking laser pointer anyway we gotta go eat bitches. Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of unfiltered with your host whitaker be sure to tag us and give us a follow on social media and Electric Radio or on the web at electric radio DOT COM. Thanks for listening and we'll see next time..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"You know what fuck this podcast? This is the end of the podcast, everybody might predictions my predictions. I like. All right. We're gonna we're gonna go with my heart. First bruins. Lawn at the fuck and Tampa Bay Lightning. All right. We're going to win that in my fucking dog is standing there shaking right now. Cleo. What are you doing? Fuck it. All right. The Bruins are going to win in. I actually for some reason, I think I think six games the Bruins gonna win. This is my heart talking. My brain says, Tampa and seven let's go across the fucking lake here. I like. All right. This is the deal. What's weird in the sports world right now is San Jose, and Dallas and the Dallas Mavericks, are both not choking. There's no fucking way both of them are going to win a championship this year. One of them is going down. And I don't think it's going to be San Jose. I say, San Jose beats Vancouver. I think they finally fucking pushed through this year. Joe Thornton is finally acting like a captain. I think it's going to happen. Both teams. Very streaky. Roberta longo. I don't know if he gets the they're going to be in trouble. I'm taking Santo the fucking west San Jose in the fuck and west. It's probably going to be Tampa and San Jose. I hate to fuck and say it in the goddamn finals, the Bruins make it to the finals. We're gonna win it. Gives a shit Bill gives a fuck about you, goddamn predictions. Yeah. Will I do I do do I give a fuck enough about you that you drive into work right now? This is an hour in your almost at work, aren't you? Thanks to me. You laughed you giggled yet a good. Fucking time. Spilt your coffee. You drop something between the seat in the console you reach down for it. You stopped short. You're broke the bridgier nose. And you're still sitting there laughing. Cleo. You have to fuck it relax. All right. You freaking me out clear. Hey. Jesus christ. Dog? I swear to God. Yeah. You you're retarded. All right. Basketball real quick as much as I love Oklahoma. I gotta go Dallas, Dallas is gonna make the finals and. All right. Tampa is going to win the Cup. And I hate the fucking say. No Mavericks will win. I got a bad feeling. The heat are gonna go to the final. I'm rooting for Chicago. I love Dallas and I love Oklahoma. I gotta go with Oklahoma 'cause fucking I love Durant. And I also like, Kendrick Perkins. And that's it. And that's the podcast and ho fogging just whittled down to a God damn halt. All right. What are we gonna do here? But I had my dates and them we're going to get the fuck out here. You guys like to hear that have you shut this fucking thing off, you God knows I would have here we go. Cage verse cons. Everybody check out that fight. And what do I got coming up this weekend? I am at Caroline's comedy club everybody. How about we go out with a little bit of music, as I Hora, myself out, like those fuck and broads down there at in Tampa. All right. Here we go. We're gonna we're gonna read dates here. All right. Bill burr. Check out of Caroline's comedy club may nineteen may twentieth. Twenty-first. Twenty seconds. I'll be hanging out afterwards. Wherein sparkler shooting out of my titties. I will be selling my new DVD. Let it go. I will sign your titties. I will grab your wife's ass. If you like I don't give a book I got two shows for Thursday. Two shows Friday. To show Saturday, one show on Sunday. That's how it's going down. And after that. I got I got one more antisocial floor in June..
"fucking lake" Discussed on 600 WREC
"WR EC and ninety two point one FM. Stan I'd like to ask were there. Any other experiences that your father or other members of the family had a lot of times, you have you oh cases dramatic encounters with the unknown and that sets off sort of a chain reaction of strange unrelated events, seemingly unrelated. Oh, gosh. No, no, nothing of the kind. You know, my father already had enough stories to fill a book about his work time experiences. My mother as well. So no our life in Canada was pretty average pretty normal right up until nineteen sixty seven when things got a little abnormal. We had talked about sort of the media coverage and the tone of the coverage at the influx of UFO related organizations and investigators what about the bunkers, I'm sure Chris is familiar with some of the names of the prominent two bunkers of that era. I would imagine a case like this would be very tempting for them to jump into a standard. You know? Of any attempts to smear your father's reputation. Oh, absolutely. You know, it's interesting. I I'm a I'm a skeptical guy. I'm a bit of a cynic as well. You know, when someone presents me with the story. My first reaction is usually really, well, let me take another look at that. And and I I think with this story. What's interesting? And and you know, we're we're all sort of looking at it in hindsight. So where lot smarter now than we were then, but it it's everything that occurred to my father is documented is investigated is cross check double check really checked. So what happened to him? And and the fallout is a result of it is also portable the only one one thing that stands out in this story that that makes it remarkable is what it is. Is he saw was it terrestrial or was it not? And that is really the only thing that it can come down to because everything else is injuries. And and the sequence of events in time and place. These are all things that are supportable. So when a departure steps forward really all that he or she can say is. Well, I either believe it was or it wasn't and beyond that everything else has has supporting documents and the description that he writes in his own words is very specific. I mean, sights and sounds the colors that would change the description of the craft the, smells, Chris, that's a it's a wealth of information. And I'm wondering why the case is not more highly regarded or better known. That is a good question. It was part of the. Khandan book. And so blue book, interestingly enough didn't list it in its original file, it actually just a newspaper clipping made it into blue book, and yet ROY creek from the conduct committee on behalf of blue book investigated came up here with the with the intent of China understand what was happening, and he was not impressed with it. He had his own views. Of course, he was a bit of a deep. Bunker was all this nonsense. And the fact that there were so many amazing elements of this really consulted ROY rather than that spurred him on and basically evaluation in in his report was something along the lines of if this case could be proven true. It would definitely prove existence of UFO's. North america. But he didn't seem to think it was bona fide, and yet in the opinion of the Canadian Mounted Police and the opinion of the Canadian air force both of which conducted very very intensive investigations. They left the case unexplained. They said they have no way of explaining all the details of this particular case effect, very recently. We had the opportunity to speak with one of the original. RCMP? No air force officers who is still alive RCMP officer. Sorry, who's still alive? And I asked him point blank. What do you think this wasn't? He says, I have absolutely no idea what Mr.. Hollick seen. So it has a lot of interesting elements here yet like you say not a lot of people know about it. It has been written up in a number of books. We were involved with the unsolved mysteries, which did a segment on it. A few others did segments on on this particular case. So it's not like, it's you know, it completely unknown. And yet for some reason, despite the fact that it has all the elements that a good UFO case should have never really got the attention of deserve. We have the physical evidence. We have a willing witness who who did talk to to investigators and reporters with there were materials found at the site. We haven't even touched on the fact that there was debris and and artifacts found at the site, which was which were tested by a number of laboratories throw source America. Well, let's get into that. Now, you know, the the story of Stefan not really knowing where it happened and not being able. To find it immediately. I mean, he stumbles out of the wilderness he's disoriented and hurt and I guess for a while. Stan he could not find the place. Right. Yeah. I mean, he he was pretty good as far as being the Bush. I mean, he was he was normally quite comfortable but having been injured in and cutting out onto the highway actually a mile west of where he went in. Because of you know, you're stumbling around when they when the investigators said, well, we're gonna find the site in and you're going to help us do that they put him in a helicopter now nineteen sixty seven. So you can imagine what kind of helicopter. This was it was like something on a mash, and and they took off. Now, my father has never been in a helicopter in his life. And then he climbs and off they go, and he is looking down at a terrain that has changed or is changing rapidly in the spring, and he. He's disoriented. He can't see he he doesn't know where he is. So again, the problem was not that he couldn't find the site. Had they said to him. Well, you know, what walk us through exactly what you did on that morning. Take us from the spot that you laughed and walked us in the chances are pretty good that he would have found the site, but they had him going over hill. And Dale, and and and he was lost. And he could not find it and frankly, many efforts in many attempts to find the site failed. It took him a while before he was able to actually find it. But he found it the way he should have found it in the first place, and that is retracing his steps and doing it the way he did it on that morning. And when he finds it he goes looking for supporting evidence material and ease accompanied by a guy, you describe in the book is sort of an odd character. Yeah, he's a bit of an odd. Like, I mean, I don't understand even to this day. What he thought? And he could do to help dad. I think I think the seller, Jerry heart. I think he had been. Kid been up this road before where he had been in the media. He had been handed by the press over his own political views, and and so on so I think he he sympathised empathize a little bit with dad. And I think he said, look, I know this is hard for you. I can help you. Let's see if we can't find this. And they did now it didn't really matter that the dad found on his own because within a short time CFP in the air force where we're both out there on mass and the site was as he left it. I mean there it was and and there was enough there to suggest that something odd indeed had happened there. So there was plenty of evidence on the ground and and enough that made the RCMP and the air force both very puzzled as to what could possibly happen. So there was a soil. That had a higher than normal background radiation in it and some metal samples. Do you know what happened to those Chris? Yeah. Chris actually has one of those in his very home right now. Well, don't don't brag about it. Somebody could break in and grab it. Analyzed. I don't think. Yes. Yes. Chris can talk to to to that. I think the the in nineteen sixty seven when the PR CF went out there. They did find some radio activity in the area. In fact, the radioactivity was of such intensity that they considered closing the entire region to the public and considering this was sort of the equivalent of a state park. This would have certainly caused some uproar they decided against it eventually. But in fact, they didn't want to send some of the samples theaters retrieved by bail because of the radio activity that was at least particular samples, and then the nineteen sixty eight mystery-holic with beco- to the sights on the anniversary when the the, you know, the the trees at the Redick looked a lot more like what are you experienced back in may nineteen sixty seven and he is. Companion found additional material in fact, they found so very puzzling. Metal samples that were tested later by a number of laboratories, not only by university of Illinois, but the atomic energy commission of Canada, which is the equivalent of Oak Ridge. And they found that this betrayal is pure silver. That was also radioactive. And you know, we're not just a little bit. There were a couple of metal bars plus a number of globules of silver. So little we're talking about hundreds of pieces of very unusual material found at the site where this USO excessive. Is there any marker there? I mean, if people went to look for it would they find it. There's no current marker there. I don't people have GO cashed the area, they'll curiously enough of the over the past year or two there's been some interesting developments the Canadian government issued a commemorative coins recognizing that. This was a significant event in Canada's history, and that there's a move now to try and put some sort of a permanent marker just at the roadside to indicate that this is a historic site for Canada's. Well, so soon it's expected that there will be something out there. You could actually go there by horseback. Which is the easiest way in it's it's fairly rough terrain. But there's a number of ways to the located. There's some after enterprising people who've organized tours out there. So it's it is accessible. Yeah. There should be falcon lake festival or some sort of Woodstock of someday someday. How would that be interesting, George? I can tell you that the the at the area they're fucking lake is a resort community. There's a lake in in golf course. And so on there's also a riding stable and the folks that own the writing stable have for a number of years organized are rides for the public to write out to that spot. They were able to two zero in on the spot located. And now, of course, they know exactly where it is. And Chris and I went out there in twenty seventeen on the fiftieth anniversary, and we actually went to the spot. And it is just like like, Chris describes it. It's in the middle of nowhere. I mean, it is it is rock and trees and swamp and water. That's all it's their crystal. You've studied thousands of you up. Oh, cases and written several books. Have you ever heard? Heard a description of the vent system that Stefan encountered and that burned him. Not really it certainly was quite unique in some ways. It does resemble some of the other cases throat history. But that's one of the puzzles of Ufology is that the subways no to close range seem to be alike, and that kind of found mystery trying to understand what these these creepy creatures or machines, or whatever they are, you know, might be so it adds to the mystery. But it's it's you know, again it conforms to the basic stereotypes standard Hollywood style flying saucers with the dome on top other features. I mean, all the fact that Mr.. Alex this thing in the future to have any seen. It was like some sort of one as if it was built from one entire large source of metal. And you know, that has been reported a number of times as well. And when the door opened, and he he saw these lights streaming out, and he had seen inside what we would now consider some computer lights, you know, like nineteen sixty seven any act of ice flashing on and off on a panel inside the thing. And he noticed that the thickness of the wall was actually quite significant to the order of about a foot. So it's all consistent with some sort of machine as he described it, and was certainly one of the few people who had gotten that close to something. And and unfortunately got a little too close because he was injured. Well, they said in his personal account. There are some very specific details. The changing color. Which you hear it a lot of you up reports the sulfur smell that that stuck with them. I guess for a long time. It did. Yeah. I think it's important to remember that that his background as an industrial mechanic and eventually as a millwright he and he was an artist he painted. He drew so for him to sketch the craft while it sat on the ground, and and to add in things like approximate dimensions and details about the color, and and the metal and all that stuff. That's typical dad. I mean, that's that's very typical of of of his observation and for him to to to look at this craft into almost admire, you know, how how it looked and how was built again, very typical. And and I think it's important to note that at no time in his life right up until he died at no time. Did he say to anybody? This was absolutely extra terrestrial. When people asked him what he saw he would answer with. I don't know you tell me, and I think it's important that we don't automatically assume that this is extra terrestrial, but all of the other evidence, and all of the things that we know, but what was going on in the world in nineteen sixty seven certainly points in that direction. So you know, you you can say one thing and believe another and wow that is that is a hard road to home. What about the long-term effects on the family you have siblings? Stan. And a wanted know how it affected them and then your parents marriage. I mean..
"fucking lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Interestingly enough didn't list it in its original file it actually just a newspaper clipping made it into blue book. But yet really Craig from the conduct committee on behalf of blue book investigative came up here with the with the intent of trying to understand what was happening, and he was not impressed with it. He had his own views. Of course, he was a bit of a deep. Bunker was all this nonsense. And the fact that there were so many amazing elements of this really consolidate void rather than that spurred him on and. Evaluation in in his report was something along the lines of if this case could be proven true. It would definitely prove existence of you in the skies over North America. But he didn't seem to think it was voted fight. And yet in the opinion of the Royal Canadian Mounted police and the opinion of the Canadian air force both of which conducted very very intensive investigations. They left the case unexplained. They said they have no way of explaining all the details of this particular case effect, very recently. We have the opportunity to speak with one of the original no air force officers who still alive. No RCMP officer. Sorry, who's still alive? And I asked him point blank. What do you think this wasn't? He says, I have absolutely no idea what Mr. Hollywood scene. So it has a lot of interesting elements here yet like you say not a lot of people know about it. It has been written up in a number of books. We were involved with unsolved mysteries, which did a segment on it. A few others its segments on on this particular case. So it's not like, it's you know, it completely unknown. And yet for some reason, despite the fact that it has all the elements that a good UFO case should have never really got the attention deserve. We have the physical evidence. We have a willing witness who who did talk to to investigators and reporters would there were materials, we haven't even touched on the fact that there was debris and and artifacts found at the site, which was which were tested by number of laboratories through source, America. Well, let's get into that. Now, the the story of Stefan, not really knowing where it happened and not being able to find it immediately. I mean, he stumbles out of the wilderness he's disoriented and hurt and I guess for a while. Stan he could not find the place. Right. Yeah. I mean, he was pretty good as far as being the Bush. I mean, he was he was normally. Quite comfortable but having been injured in and coming out onto the highway actually a mile west of where he went in. Because of you're stumbling around when they when the investigators said, well, we're gonna find the site in and you're going to help us do that they put him in a helicopter now nineteen sixty seven she can imagine what kind of helicopter. This was it was like something out of mash, and and they took off. Now, my father has never been in a helicopter in his life. And then he climbs and off they go, and he is looking down at a terrain that has changed or is changing rapidly in the spring, and he he's disoriented. He can't see he he doesn't know where he is. So again, the problem was not that he couldn't find the site had they said to him. Well, you know, what walk us through exactly what you did on that morning. Hey us from the spot that you. Laughed and walk us in the chances are pretty good that he would have found the site, but they had him going over hill. And Dale, and and and he was lost. And he could not find it and frankly, many efforts in many attempts to find the site failed. It took him a while before he was able to actually find it. But he found it the way he should have found it in the first place, and that is retracing your steps in doing it the way he did it on that morning. And when he finds it he goes looking for supporting evidence and material and easy accompanied by a guy, you describing the bucket sort of an odd character. Yeah, I used to bit of an odd duck. I mean, I don't understand even to this day. What he thought he could do to help dad? I think I think this fellow Jerry heart. I think he had been. Been up this road before where he had been in the media. He had been hounded by the press over his own political views and so on. So I think he sympathised empathize a little bit with dad. And I think he said, look, I I know this is hard for you. I can help you. Let's see if we can't find this. And they did now it didn't really matter that the dad found on his own because within a short time the ICMP in the air force where we're both out there on math and the site was as he left it. I mean there it was and and there was enough there to suggest that something odd indeed had happened there. So there was plenty of evidence on the ground and enough that made the RCN PM the air force both very puzzled as to what could possibly happen. So there was a soil. That had a higher than a normal background radiation in it and some metal samples. Do you know what happened to those Chris Chris actually has one of those in his very home right now. Well, don't don't brag about it. Somebody could break in and grab it analyzed. I I don't think. Yes. Yes. Chris can talk to to to that. I think the the in nineteen sixty seven when the RCN PR CF without their they did find some radio-activity in the area. In fact, the radio activity was of such intensity that they considered closing the entire region to the public and considering this was a sort of the equivalent of a state park. This would have certainly caused some uproar they decided against it eventually. But in fact, they didn't want to send some of the samples retrieved by bail because of the radio activity that was a particular samples, and then the nineteen sixty eight mystery-holic with beco- to the sights on the anniversary when the, you know, the trees at the Redick looked at a lot more. Like, what are you? Gets experience back in nineteen sixty seven and he is companion found additional material. In fact, they found very puzzling. Metal samples that were tested later by a number of laboratories, not only by university of Illinois, but the atomic energy commission of Canada, which is the equivalent of Oak Ridge. And they found that of pure silver. That was also radioactive, you know, and we're not just a little bit. There were a couple of metal bars, plus a number of globules of silver so little and we're talking about hundreds of pieces of very unusual cereal found at the site where this you. Is there any marker there? I mean, if people went to look for it would they find it. There's no current marker there. I don't people have GO cashed the area, though, curiously enough of the over the past year or two there's been some interesting developments the Canadian government issued a commemorative coins recognizing that. This was a significant event in Canada's history, and that there's a move now to try and put some sort of a permanent marker just at the roadside to indicate that this is a historic site for Canada's. Well, so soon it's expected that there will be something out there. You could actually go there by horseback. Which is the easiest way in it's it's you know, fairly rough terrain, but there's a number of ways to located. There's some after enterprising people who've organized tours out there. So it's it is accessible. Yeah. There should be falcon lake festival or some sort. The Woodstock of someday someday. How would that be interesting, George? I can tell you that the the at the area they're fucking lake is a resort community. There's a lake and and golf course. And so on there's also a riding stable and the folks that own the riding stable have for a number of years organized are rides for the public to write out to that spot. They were able to two zero in on the spot located. And now, of course, they know exactly where it is. And Chris and I went out there in twenty seventeen on the fiftieth anniversary, and we actually went to the spot. And it is just like like, Chris describes it. It's in the middle of nowhere. I mean, it is it is rock and trees and swamp and water. That's all it's their crystal. You've studied thousands of UFO cases and written several books. Have you ever heard? Heard a description of the vent system that Stefan encountered that burned him. Not really it certainly was quite unique in subways. I it does resemble some of the other cases throughout history. But that's one of the puzzles of Ufology is that the subways. No to UFO's close range seem to be like, and that kind of try to understand what these these creepy creatures or machines, or whatever they are, you know, might be so it adds to the mystery. But it's it's you know, again it conforms to the basic stereotypes standard Hollywood style flying saucer with the dome on top of other features. I mean, the fact that Mr. hall exhibits, this thing didn't appear to have any seems like some sort of one as if it was built for one entire large source of metal and. You know that has been reported a number of times as well. And when the door opened, and he he saw these light streaming out ten he had seen inside what we would now consider some computer lights, you know, like in the nineteen sixty seven any act of ice flashing on and off on a pedal inside the thing. And he didn't notice that the thickness of the wall was actually quite significant to the order of about a foot. So it's all consistent with some sort of machine as he described it, and was certainly one of the few people who had gotten that close to something. And and unfortunately got a little too close because he was injured. Well, like, I said in his personal account. There are some very specific details the changing colors, which you hear in a lot of UFO reports the sulfur smell that that stuck with them. I guess for a long time. It did. Yeah. I think it's important to remember that that his background as an industrial mechanic. And eventually as a millwright he and he was an artist he painted. He drew so for him to sketch the craft while it sat on the ground, and and to add in things like approximate dimensions and details about the color, and and the metal and all that stuff. That's typical dad. I mean, that's that's very typical of of of his observation and for him to to to look at this craft into almost admire, you know, how how it looked and how was built again, very typical. And and I think it's important to note that at no time in his life right up until he died at no time. Did he say to anybody? This was absolutely extra terrestrial when people asked him what he saw he would answer with. I don't know you tell me, and I think it's important that we don't autumn medically assume that this is extra. Oh, terrestrial, but all of the other evidence, and all of the things that we know. But what was going on in the world in nineteen sixty seven certainly points in that direction. So you know, you can say one thing and believe another and and wow that is that is a hard road to home. What about the long term effects on the family you have siblings? Stan. And a wanted know how it affected them and then your parents marriage. I mean..
"fucking lake" Discussed on My Black Friend
"I think this will you living in that gray area in between, but what we were we were driving there. So where Tahu is is it's about half of it is in California and half of it is in Nevada. So when you're driving in the south part of the lake, there's a town in the north part of like, and they're pretty far apart. It's a huge fucking lake. Right. Like it probably takes you forty five minutes to get from to drive from one end of the other. Right? But when we go to the south end, so and south and you go and there's one main street and it's got a bunch of stores and some businesses and stuff like that, and you go and you cross an intersection like it's just you wouldn't know it if you weren't paying attention, but you crossing an intersection and it's the state line. So it's like you cross the intersection, boom, you're in Nevada. As soon as you get an Vata, there's no more. It's not stores anymore. It's all casinos. So there's like four or five casinos on the other. Side of that state line. But so I kept trying to work an angle of what can we do so that I could run into one of these casinos real quick because I know I knew that one of the casinos has like an arcade, like, do you think the kids would wanna play me are Cade, and then you watch them and I'll just go upstairs trying to like, what can I do? And then at the same time I was talking about, I was like, don't forget when we had back, we need to get gas and I said, or, and then I remember this story instantly I only ever told on your. When we were early on, I together. Within the first year, we went to Vegas together. And we were coming back and I had, I want to say it was like eighteen dollars in my wallet Bebo when we were coming back and and I lost it. I kept telling her, I'm like. We need to get gas, but I don't think I have enough money to get gas to get all the way back home. So we stopped at the state line from going, not this, not the Lake Tahoe Stateline, but the state line between like Las Vegas and California, like when you cross over. So we stopped at that state line. It's the last place casinos. There's a place called the Buffalo Bills, and there's a prima Donna. There's a couple of different casinos there. So we stop at the state line. And unlike we're gonna go in. We're going to try to win some guests. With the eighteen bucks deal. We walked into the casino. Sat up at a roulette table. I walked out of there with bucking gas money. We just much, oh, it was not much. It was like fifty sixty bucks, but it was pretty fucking epic. We had we, we tell everybody, we had enough to get gas to make sure we got home, and I think we got like some dollar sandwiches from McDonald's on the way out like he was we're..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"Tobey Maguire never not heard of since what else. We let Johnny Depp continue to happen. Thanks a lot. Pirates of the care of bean that entire franchise should have been about Orlando, bloom size in Orlando, bloom size, only. Fuck your nightly. Fuck Johnny. Depp. I just remember this. I had the most most two thousand day ever the day. I saw pirates of the Caribbean telling because I saw it in the theater. I is ni PG thirteen movie. Ooh, I didn't know that. And that night I went to see American idol live with my family. Wow. That is an incredible day in history. Yeah. Next, let's see. What else? The Davinci code had all the secrets. That's a mistake. That's your favorite book of all time. Definitely. I remember reading that was like, whoa, next judge. Our banks was the landlord judger banks was not that big of a deal. Everybody acted like jar jar banks fucking lake was the iceberg that sunk Star Wars, and it wasn't Queen Lomb league. Dala was also I was charged our banks for Halloween one year also, which was like the most aided Star Wars character. I was like, I wanna be him. The funniest picture will have to post it is of me and you could just see my eyes. Peering out through charger brings us knows because I've worked skin as my face. Let's see. We lady Gaga turned me gay, which wasn't really a mistake so much as like a colossal event with huge potentially damaging consequences. So that's on her. We let Grey's anatomy star and now it will outlive all of us at the end of days. It's just gonna be cockroaches tumbleweeds and the entire cast of Grey's anatomy doing surgery in the middle of a wasteland. And finally, we're going to end on v two thousand nine. I'm a let you finish scandal, which wasn't a mistake per se because Khania was right. We don't give him enough credit in this moment for being right was a dick to Taylor swift. Yes. Have we forgotten that that scandal was about beyond say, yes, that scandal was about beyond beyond saints, responsible for the greatest scandal of all time. And I'm sick of this. Racer single eighties was the greatest video of all time and fucking Taylor swift one that shit. No, if Kanye didn't storm the stage, everybody else should have. If you Janet, you're complicit. I would have if I were there, but I wasn't because I'm not allowed within fifty feet of beyond say. And that's it. We let the two thousand scope by of these mistakes were made. We'll never be able to forget them. And we must not forget them for they are part of us. Next, we got Katherine Cohen coming up for an interview and game. Stay tuned..
"fucking lake" Discussed on Binge Mode
"More satisfying, less distracting crash and served a later purpose, prisoner Baskin to ultimately the lake never did connect anywhere outside the Hogwarts grounds. Inhering company never really use it again after goblet. Still the possibility is out there. Throwing, it's the appearance of the Durham Strang ship from its debts in goblet of fire hints at the fact that if you are traveling by an enchanted craft, you might be able to take a magical shortcut to other waterways. I think it does suggest that I mean, the boat comes out of the fucking lake would what else could be suggest by remember on the books for still being written. There was a lot of theorizing about whether the Hogwarts lake might connect in some way to underground Laking the green gots cavern sets what I heard. I think it might whole thing is they are all connected. Why would they not just feels like they must be right. Nice to think about not all is lost potential though. Even beyond the second task and the trip across the lake conserve as a simple home two for one of the simplest characters in the series for some unspecified point, Nevels anxious towed. Trevor finally escaped his forgetful owner and per pot Amore when he finally slipped off, join his brethren in the Hogwarts lake, both owner and pit felt the sensor relief. Go get it. Trevor get the fuck outta here. Never love you guy, but not a great owner. No, no lot of these kids, tough pet owners living life. Trevor. Shriver's dried out, get potions, put on them. Let a be free, really Jason if you're holding out for universal popularity, I'm afraid you'll be in the studio for a very long time. Not a week is as we launch binge mode when I haven't had at least one tweet complaining about the way we run it, what should I do? Becky myself in my office and refused podcast. Again, I must split are now gets not our souls by sharing seven of our favorite insights and observations beyond the myriad. We've already shared from goblet chapters twenty one through twenty six because seven remains the most powerfully..
"fucking lake" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Very what else when so that tell you my birthday italian forty eight okay i don't know what's going on but i will say i am one of the people that brought this to the attention and it's happened yet again just a couple of weeks ago a couple of podcasts go i mentioned that there's a wild rabid coyote in yonkers new york before that we mentioned some other coyotes now the part of the country i don't fuck with coyotes i used to live in the hills of los angeles and one of the main reasons why i even moved out of the hills is because one night i was walking home when i would stay out i don't know one two thirty in the morning i don't do that now i had dinner with somebody other day i was home at twelve thirty fuck me up for three days i'm literally embedded nine nine thirty eight i don't give shit watch my shows go to sleep it's not because i'm old the what do i need to be out for get like to get a early get my fucking mind together but i remember this is shit i son was born two thousand one coming home late but maybe it was before he's two thousand to fuck knows k coyote ran across my roof i had a house in the hills roof was low or it was high but then at a certain point it got low cody was running across my roof ran past my fucking lake.
"fucking lake" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Because they just telling funny jokes he's a drunk people have been working hard all day the book out people should poll they backed the fucking lake is another tangle acres off the of for you to go on state fuck you you better be fucking funny and then wednesday somebody else had two rooms thursday you'd be off but had still have a spot at the store and then friday i would go like tillman door and pick up 175 and then come home into the calmly stool for fifteen bucks and then sadly i will pick up another gang somewhere for one hundred bucks and rudi marais the rat room for forty the braves' bullpen forty bucks but he will give you three spots he made one hundred twenty bucks and then he shot back to the county stormed picked up fifteen that was the czech so when i it was like the first of the month and he got only spot with do you put some of it towards the ran for next month or it's all towards coq into like the toro here's the deal people nothing happens until you make it happen motion creates motion went life stop movin deep the debris stop suddenly famous once told me that once you stop moving the brief stops so by you moving you generate action you know i was telling these guys i used to work at a place that sold uh screws and nails on the phone guys had a be there abby tiptop mugu at four am because four am was seven am on the east coast and the only people in israel's contract this coming entire office so they want you to call in in those days i used to get every glee when i tell you every delete when i tell you something i tell you something every day right i went in there monday through friday.
"fucking lake" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"And she's a guy for z speciallyadded i said it's great you know i do the tip of conflict what are you do she goes home and real estate i said wonderful i got some questions for you and i fucking grilled there bub bubba uh with law and order honor and i fucking which breaking it down to find out once the deal with all of these luxury apartment buildings big going up like fucking lake luxury apartment buildings threat somebody luxury apartment buildings they're building in new york in los angeles the only reference is what they are now mike what is the wants to deal with these fucking luxury apartments who is building them why are they building them what kind of a fucking more on pays rent in a luxury apartment when they could actually just go buy something in live in it that was less than the luxury apartment least they would own that who makes that dumb decision first of all is paying for these and she said it's a lot of foreign money uh china russian middle east money right then i go all right and then who the fox living in them and she said she basically said i got what i said who's dumb enough to throw money in the toilet like that she said about fifteen percent of the population i go all right so your bank in on i go how do you put shared on a pillow every night she goes this isn't might passionate go but yes selling them how do you do that how do you fucking go all right.
"fucking lake" Discussed on Fore Play
"That place i mean if it does on the rain you said that they have this thing ray so they have the suburb systemssaab air system i'm not kidding frankie you couldn't tell rained like in our beforehand you couldn't drive down the alive pull it was like a fucking lake on the life i played it got our later you play on subotic it's like it never rain they just suck that should i think rightly has suck it our ankara had the opposite i everything teetime as you in a public golf course maybe 45minute took west of where you're and we were deriving boats i told you this i have never seen anything like this it was the most in saint they got this places so greedy that they wouldn't tell us what the conditions were we had a one o'clock time the ramos's thought that eleven am soiling islets call i we had a time at that place win wash i can you guys it's unreal great of course really suits body called me on my way there hey by the way were closed on my okay so i go on my phone look at places a close to me and i find this nice place on the water told mineral bay we ended up going there we we show up pour was their water thirteen was just underwater and i told you as a parfive five hundred twenty five yards the whole thing was underwater uh avenue twenty five yards of a lake what was the part of your sounds rather just like one holders like a chipping green yes hope that whole the parfive turned into so they they they're like you know what we're not going to play thirteen you guys get a head over to the practice chipping range we have a matt down and we can play that isn't parthree act that get your third shot on the parfive so i'm like what are we doing here that i just pay money to do this i feel like i'm playing like mini golf and i i i played it like an asshole like i'm like here i am on this in cart like path like hitting off of a matt i was on a cart path on a map draghi i can tell you how much difference about we had such a different frigate was there sunday said saturday soon tara i'll be honest have honest way too.