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Best of 2019 (featuring Gary Busey, Zac Efron, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Patrick Mahomes & more)

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Best of 2019 (featuring Gary Busey, Zac Efron, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Patrick Mahomes & more)

"On today's part in my take best of two thousand nineteen we say goodbye to the year. That was with a bunch of interviews. A new interview a little weak seventeen preview for everyone. WHO's sitting at work right now but we have our best moments are favored interviews? Our favorite stories from our favor ever guests. All in this episode is a jam packed episode to get you through that holiday low between Christmas and New Year's and band or brought to you by our friends at cashew paramedic is always brought to you by cash up not only is it the easiest place to send money to your friends but it's also the place where or you can buy fractional shares of stock with as little as one dollar. I'm going to I decided my new year's resolution is going to be investing. I'M GONNA Invest. Let's go you want to invest. Are we talking to you in the market or are you are you in the market. I'm leveraged okay positions. All right. 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Google play store today and get involved with some investing. Okay let's go it lands the Dan Welcome to part of my take presented by the cash APP. Download it right now use Code Barstool you get ten ten dollars for free ten dollars. ASPCA today is Thursday December. Twenty sixth and we are here with our best of of two thousand nine thousand nine hundred going to send the out two thousand nineteen with a bang. Although we will be back in studio for Monday to recap all week seventeen to recap the college football playoff. We're GONNA do that for you but we figured we'd give you something to listen to while you're sitting at work or sitting trying to avoid your family. Whatever it may be going for a walk we have self or your cousin? Slogan gun show. We had grits. We have a best of. We have a ton of awesome interviews as we have new interview with Kerry Fraser which we've been holding onto and we should've put out earlier. Because he's the man I would say that Kerry Fraser is probably our most Canadian guests of all time. Yes it was. Actually we were going to do a summer interview. Joe Buck where we did four different referees and we only got Carrie Frazier well. It turns out a lot of the referees. Don't really WanNa talk so we actually. He had Kerry Fraser at the end actually called what's his name. But the Kerry fridge apart was great. Yeah Joe Crawford Crawford and told him to come on part of my take so that will be happening and hopefully. I don't know if I can because I work with the League. Still Blah Blah Blah. Whatever I wanNA take back what I just? I think the Winnipeg blue bombers fan is the most Canadian guests without a carry frazier as a professional hockey referees. A close second yes all right so before we do get to all of our best of stuff we have the best of interviews with the best of everything we've done. We're GONNA talk a little football because it's week seventeen and bet. 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Remember that tapes your resume rape is your resume and something good out there now This is a great Sunday in the NFL. Because you have like nine games going on at any given time all the divisional games going on though the Games are really mean the most this weekend Tennessee. Houston yes that's GONNA be big one. I hope that I hope for Abel's going to re grow the mustache during the week. Because you lost the superpowers without it lasts. Did he certainly needs to grow that bad boy out. I'm looking forward to the dolphins maybe beating New England as is tradition once a year. Yes I most of all I'm looking forward to hopefully. Rg Ninety three getting a full game under his belt this weekend because it would be dumbest. Shit have Lamar Jackson. Play the entire. Rest verse Roster's going to be the big conversation We also have a great Sunday night. Game Forty nine or Seahawks Pete Carroll will be chopping literally at the bit. He's GonNa be going crazy. I feel like I don't have faith in either of those teams. That just feels like a seahawks win like you close your eyes and you just see. It's probably drizzling. There's probably about five five to ten thousand fans with receiver gloves on the seahawks going to be there in the front game changer. It something weird is going to happen this game. That's all I can tell you. I agree in these late night. Seattle San Francisco Games. Something Weird and kind of fucked up always happens some obscure rule. I'm sure the touchback rule will come into play at some point. Somebody's extending towards the goal. Line Something Weird's going to happen. And I'm very very excited for. We also have the raiders who need a still so a lot of help put their live there. Live the Oakland Raiders. Somehow someway in week. Seventeen or alive. I cannot believe they were saying that. But it's the truth and if you're a raider fan you get to. You got to enjoy the in the hunt graphic all the way till the end to the bitter bitter end. Yeah you white knuckled it. That's fucking awesome. Yeah week seventeen weird. I feel like there's I wish that I had some. I need to run like a statistical. Now someone do this for me I always just convince it's my self that in week. Seventeen the defense is just. Don't care so just bet all the over I. I don't think I'd ever happened. I would say probably the opposite. Well put just go with me here. The overweight the overweight. You WanNA play game called. I guess the over under yes a game. I made up right now. Oakland Denver guests the over under forty one and a half is kind of in the Vegas own on this one. I think it's going to be forty four. It's it's not only vegas zone but it's vague is Zuniga's yes. We don't even the line yet. White knuckling That's what Mark Davis calls. The front of his pants get at night. Actually Mark Davis in the playoffs would be that would be something in it. Yes like getting a nice little afternoon. Saturday time slot. Yeah would definitely be. The the raiders would definitely play in that Saturday afternoon. Like come on member in the Connor. Cook Game Yes. Great to have the Texans in that time. Slot I by law by law I think that's that's mandated and that's really the The last spot in the AFC is going to be the most interesting one because a lot of stuff can happen one way or the other. We could end up with Kansas City playing against Tennessee in the first round. Yup Yep the playoffs and I think the Tennessee could be again. Oh I think that could happen. The bills still don't know who they're going to play yet. I want if you were to draw it up so that you said the bills would advance as far as possible. Because I'm speaking for myself. I want to see the bills. Go deep play. The Texans haven't played the Texans first round. I think they can beat the Texans. Yup and then they'd have to go to New England where they proved that they can compete or probably to Baltimore if the chiefs one. Yeah that's true. Yeah so you would have. Yeah I don't know just happened. Go Texan Houston so they can win one game. I just want one more week of football just for the buffalo economy. Yeah amount of of alcohol. That's going to be purchased dock and soon. Yeah the table market. You're going to get another like the hardware stores are going to get full. More seven days need a table sale. Need need it. Need it so The other the other one I wanted to point out really quickly is the browns and bengals. Now this isn't on anyone's radar but I'm excited to see just just how many players on the browns quit in this game and this is the first time in a while that I don't think any of the players on the browns are going to ask to be sake. Come get me after the game to the bengals disagree. Realize the bengals are going to get Joe Borough. Yeah and Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry have probably already asked to be traded to Lsu Tigers at some point this season after seeing the numbers that they're putting up off. That would be fun to have them both go to Cincinnati and a double trade where I don't know who Cincinnati would give maybe they'd sign and trade at Aj Green. Yeah there it is. We just became we just did like madden mode where we just disabled realistic trade. Yeah so it would be who is a desirable asset on the bengals besides Aj Green Joe Mixon. Maybe her ardent Taylor. If he doesn't have the Shit's yeah you. Did you see him in the warm ups last weekend. Yes yeah against the dolphins waddling around like toilet paper between his ass. Well we did that. Yeah that happens when you get the humidity people. Forget it's humid down in Miami last last year All right so week. Seventeen works cited. We like I said we're going to be in studio so you will get a full recap on Sunday night. Monday morning Let me ask you about the NFC East who do you WanNa see in the playoffs in the NFC east. Would you rather the eagles are the cowboys. No I want to go through. The cowboys are joke. I'm I'm so sick of the cowboys. Albouy this officially labelled as big cats joke team joke. They are a joke. They are an absolute joke. And I don't know what worse than a fraud. Their worst joke. I I can't even I can't e because a fraud would imply that they are good but fraudulent a joke. I don't even want. I don't even WanNa fucking spend time with your not even good enough to be fake. No you're not because yeah you're not go. Yeah Right. There's no. There's no fraudulent thing with the cowboys they are just fucking joke All right so go to bed. Mgm Go put Him Promo Code PMT and you get that match like we said up to two hundred fifty dollar deposit match and remember mgm is the home of PMT this football season. If you're new the user sign up with code. PMT Skate first deposit matchup two hundred fifty dollars this weekend. All right last thing before we start getting into the interviews. PF T. we also so have the College Football playoff. Yes so I have a future on Ohio state but I think is going to beat them. I think you're right. I've done some. I've done some soul. Searching data was going to play the disrespect card heavy heavy this week. I think Clinton's weird team because they've blown out every single opponent that they've had so we don't really know for a fact if they're good they're good yeah. We're not sure if they played their best game of two thousand nineteen yet true. It almost lost you and say they did but then after that moment they have they have beaten every single team that they've played by thirty plus and they don't have any impressed. No players have gone to spin it for mysterious. PD's ADI's at weren't their fault yet. True as as of right now which is Sunday night taping this a lot could change All right and then we have Lsu who we hope we we. We think we'll boat race Oklahoma although that when that line gets so big gates starts to scare me I have a few. Lsu everyone talks about how how research the easiest thing ever was thirteen and a half right now. Thirteen fourteen thirteen and a half. I still fuck it make it twenty one. I still like Ellen okay. I think they're GONNA way but I'm just I get nervous service when it gets to that talk about disrespect. I mean it's kind of an afterthought like LSU verse Clemson Ohio State and Oklahoma. I I don't know will Lincoln. Riley have accepted the Dallas cowboys job before the game. Oklahoma's never really played well in any of these games though they played well in They played well in the first half against Georgia in the Rose Bowl. First half the they were really good. Baker was awesome okay so they played really well in that game for the first half. Yeah I guess. Yeah if you're talking for south and with a fourteen point spread if they play well for half you could be in trouble to cover that spread. I mean there's one thing I know is that the instability is crooked this shit and if they want a high rated national championship game they're GonNa want Lsu in it correct. So that's a little conspiracy conspiracy ing I'll l. always believe though that the NC Double A.. Will anything run by David Star. Exactly yeah all right. Let's do some interviews. Let's do some stuff before we do that this. NBA Season Mountain. Dew is all about the threes the shot. That's changing the game. As the beverage that challenges people to pursue their passions mountain news aligning itself with the most bad ass shot in the game pushing boundaries restock taking hoops culture to Limit Mountain. 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He's written books. He has his eye. I'm very excited for this interview. Because you are you're Like I was saying before hand in two of my favorite movies point break and rookie of the year and we will get into all that. But it's just great to have you. It's great I mean. You're exactly as advertised even walking in here. Well I would like to thank you for giving me the honor and the privilege of coming on your shoulder order. Speak about what we are going to speak about right. So which is what. What are which is what? What are we planning on speaking you? Just get here I did ED. Yeah I just arrive very secular machination. Don't let it get out of control. I can't make any promises do let's talk about Ucla. So yearbook praise for BBC. `ISMs Yeah Okay I love. Ucla explain how started well. I was writing a journal. I've been betrayed to my heart and I was writing about what happened to be in. I was realize. Hey this is the past who am am I now now okay now and. OWI The sense for no other way of recovering from her traumatic brain injury and the hospital. The doctors put me in a smock gave me a clipboard to take me on rounds so I'd feel like they told us going to be playing the doctor next movie so so I did. Okay and our scribble thank. You couldn't read and I went to drawer the patient. Open it up underwear socks. Oh messed up. Shy rearranged it it and I said that is neat. I was neat. Nice exciting and tight and then came the others and they kept kept coming kept coming faith. F I h fantastic adventures entrusting him. Hope H. O.. P. E. heavenly the offerings prevail. Attorney Relationship Ariella be exciting lover. Turns into overwhelming nightmare mayor Sobriety Hayes in Peril Romance our NC stands for relying on magnificent services necessary compatible energy. That's really good. Wow Yeah simple. Can we go no simple. Go Circle S.. IMP LEAF stands for see it manifesting precious loving energy. So just be simple. You sweet the ice connectors there's lays on the is the hands touch the hands start sweating and the rest is after you fun fun F. U. N. finally understanding standing nothing. That's great. Yeah that's why because once you once you realize you don't understand anything you're just having a great time you're just like it. Is You laugh. This is great. Yeah you laugh. What about how? `Bout Muslim sober sober sober. So for your son of a bitch. Everything's real that's perfect. Do you have one for Gary. Oh Oh gosh. I don't do proper names football but I do beer. She can you okay. USC Y being under spiritual energy yearly Like that can you football football play football football if if you're gonNA make that abusive finding other offers trusting and believing and living love who who can just rattle them off like going to the jukebox. enthroning a dollar and just being like let's get a box. Do you believe in Hell. Hell Hell Yeah Hell. Yeah Hell is what you make it within yourself. Okay so hell is hell. Hell is a self imposed condition. Well it's something this Created by men who wrote the Bible and created by Hell is really something you create yourself. I've been the difference for sure and organized. Religion Spirituality is organized religious bill for people to be afraid of how spirituality is for who've been there. I'm in the second group. ECAUSE Mahone Hell. Everyone could cause her own. Hell just know how to get out of it. Come to the light and say thank you. That's very insightful. Thank you All right only human. KABC thank you for coming by. They love to have you back on. Maybe we'll go see the play at the end of the run. Just three years dismissed the word. Maybe no we are going to see it so you yes you'll be back on. How long are you going to be in this three years maybe four for what is it through December fifteenth so October eighth through December fifteenth? We're going to see it during that time and then we're going to have you back on before you leave New York and we'll talk about the place more and even I mean people are GonNa love this interview. You know this is being worked on has been being worked on right and half years G and this is coming to a beautiful mountain of spiritual miracles oracles and blessed. I love it. We're GONNA take a field trip whole crew. We seriously are expensive. Long since the whole mountain of spiritual we'll take a field trip. You need to hold them up to this partner. The the out hank. Why don't you go spiritual blessing and then we're going to have you back on? We're talking about how great you were no. Don't talk about how great I am because we already know that the play liable to that too all right. Thank you guys. You're so funny wait yes here and the yes. This book is for you Dan. Thank you read what I wrote. Oh Wow look at this. Thank you for your blessing in every way this book is for you Eric. Thank every go read thank you. I'll give that to my brother. The same thing read what he wrote. Yup Raider thank you for the blessing in in every way. God bless you. Oh you got God bless you when you were born. Oh Gary Hart who's got the better ones very sweet. I mean I don't know how how much more of a so we could put on this play other than like go. Watch Gary Busey. No I I no no no. We're going going to cancel the next guest. I'm not leaving. Okay Okay Perfect Day. We're GonNa Watch football day football. Yeah we're GonNa Watch it all day blaming thank you so much thank you come. See the play only Hubei. Oh by okay next up we have Jim Harbaugh went to in Arbor golfed in jeans. Some of US Hank thank By the way hake what's wrong with golfing and gene mentioned against the decorum of the game. I can't believe you didn't mention when we talked about you. Golfing jeans the other day The spellcheck costs in genes in in the documentary. I'm saving WHOA. He only plays like once a year. He goes out for his one like. That's when he relies Golfing Jeet Pete's yeah so that's where he gets it from. Yes so he's got an ASS. Hank doesn't have the problem with Hank. Golfing and jeans is the jeans fall off your ass. I wore belt squad Tober over We're ten ten more months well. My New Year's resolution is going to be Get an ASS. Yeah now that we have the facilities inside who have the facilities a year the ask perhaps Okay so here is Jim Harbaugh and also his famous love for Microsoft Excel I do everything in. Xl what so. I actually knew that someone told me that. Would explain that. You typed like actual letters and poems and everything letters in excel everything. So I the draw pictures that echoes. The first thing I learned and I've stayed with it. I'm a disciple of XL. I I was in my office at four. We'll go to my office today. I will show you print up a day in football. It's by own own. Marie second can Anada Ernest. Hemingway an old man in the we're using excel but not for excel like it's supposed to be for formulas in spreadsheets and you're just using it. It's like a notepad document three to four lines or six. They can right. They can text. My theory. was that you eat off. Play sheets all the time. Those are all put into excel the way that their format I was just thinking like you've been reading off those your whole life. That's it's probably. It's easier for you to see the respect. Everything's bigger in a in a computer simulation right. Now it's probably Microsoft Excel. Yeah Yeah I use word for talks. The thing that you're supposed to type words into the next interview we have coming. Up is one of my favorites of the year. It was Brooks Kipah as he became Blake Kepco before very ears in the ever wondered what how Brooks came Blake. It was from. The center is from this everywhere in a basement in long island getting ready for the. US often on Long Island Long Island. Alan Getting Ready for the. US Open on and Blake was just he was he was a wonderful interview. He probably cares about golf and we do. Yes here's Brooks Kepco uh-huh okay we now welcome on very special guest in his home his rented home in Long Island. It's Brooks Kapka. He is the US the US Open two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen champion and also the PGA Champ return champion right. So you're trying to defend your crown here this weekend at Bethpage if page black and I WANNA start with the most important question you have three majors. You're looking you got muscles you got the whole fucking Tan and everything. What's what's your problem? I got no problem okay. Well we've got a problem. Maybe at one problem Brandel yes him Brandel Chamblee. That might come around. Yes sure but seriously like you need. We're going to start a whole rebrand Brooks Capco on this show. You are perfect so we need to figure out like give us your biggest weakness to start the biggest weakness reality TV. That's the real housewives. Your yeah You Got Skinny recently. I did that pissed off America. That's that was really interesting going into the masters because people were mad at you that you lost weight. I know they it. Everyone else's I wish brooks would put on thirty pounds and get back to like. How much weight did you lose thirty pounds? It was the plan behind that. I just wanted to look good. That was it. Yeah I just want to look good. Yeah Graham Yeah well yeah you might as well go. You actually lost power though in your drive right right. Yeah and we're not golf guys but what apple sprinkle a couple of calls. Is that bad to lose power under drive. I mean it's not good so long when you noticed it like what's what's going on here. I need to start eating again. Yeah well yeah once we got everything done squared away. All the photo shoots done. We definitely ate like a champ. I know that okay elite cheeseburgers pizza. Did you actually have photo shoots. Oh Yeah so you lost weight. Yeah for good yeah. It doesn't want to look good. Stop working out after. Yes okay we working out before how much you bench these days. I don't know I've been benched time. It's six six weeks. Yeah right though. I heard that you used to be able to put up three fifteen. Yeah how many times just wants also heard they. I used to work out sometimes. After rounds. True Yeah before after. Isn't that weird though. Like if you're lifting weights before you go out on the chorus doesn't that affect. I feel like if if I do three tricep extensions. I can't shoot a basketball for like a week afterwards. Look better in the shirts though. Mush meteors very insights on my list as well Sweet I WANNA go back because like golf is one of those sports that everyone always thinks like. Oh you know like the fact guys can play. It's Phil Mickelson back in the day. Now it's completely different. You guys train like you're in the NFL or NBA. We're not that big but really the guys no reason that regiment like in the offseason like our training every single day offseason. Yeah I mean you might as well. What else are you going to do? I'm not playing in golf. I got better things to do. Oh how long do you go without playing golf in the new. I'll go six weeks. That's really when you get back out on the course after six weeks do you notice. Ah a major major. Yeah I'm really do you give yourself a break like more mentally rather be on the boat drinking takin out doing what everybody else is doing like everybody else. They do the exact opposite where they go out to play golf to get away from stuff. Yeah and that's their mental break. Yeah exactly you're not helping the whole perfect narrative so you're getting ready for for opening round on Thursday Wednesday night. What is your? Do you have a pattern that you do you have. You've got to be in bed by ten thirty nine. I got nothing yeah. It's just whatever whatever something what would you say that we could make fun of you most easily for besides reality. TV thing the thongs modems. Yes the a good one trying so hard to be an instagram model attack by your your logo sox one to do good. Yes I always found said I saw it and I was like what is. This is a B. Y.. You got to get got new income. It's like I don't have of it all now. I don't have my phone. Nobody all right so you fix the one I say. Yeah we're getting. We're getting a little better than you have a very South African sounding mono I wanNA hear you say it's so satisfying to say it's a record thousand times. They just want to hear him be south. African there'll be people who listen to this interview. Don't be like wait. What yeah not? Yeah South Africa a lot of people. They were telling me that during the master's when when they were doing behind hind the scenes thing with your there were discussing you they were shocked and they lost bets with their friends because they were hanging out and they're like no he's from South Africa. He's yeah it's actually funny. Yeah through Skip Guy Brooks Kepco rose all right. Let's do fixing golf. So why do you think golf like what do you think improve on to get better in terms of your offers. Five and a half hours about is that nobody wants to spend five hours out there. Yeah I mean unless you're like getting away from your wife for like trying to get away right you know that'd be great but other than that. So how do you speed up the game. Literally I would just make it like fifteen dollars fourteen holes because then you get to go the nineteenth hole a little bit quicker and I always get to like eleven and I'm like this it. It gets boring from like whole five to twelve. You're just like where am I right now. You are bored during a tournament. Yeah I literally can't tell you what like what happened during those holes roles you Kinda like blackout. Everything's repetitive. It's it's true though because what he calls the first three holes we're like okay. You'll good today and then like right around fourteen. You're like all right. I got a few left. Yeah exactly and then anything in between. It's just whatever can get a hotdog after nine looking everybody getting drunk. What about using a cart art? I'd love to use a car. How great would that be sick? Having ilise use an awesome. That he's just commandeer the beer cart. Yeah Yeah you just kick the girl. What can they do to make it? Better for the audience. Like what D- what was your exact quote. The Golf is not fun. Enough or golf sucks. Yeah real question about your swing. I read that book on Tiger and it seemed like every like a few years. He just completely remake swing. Go from scratch. Have you done that no so you just do. I literally have to swing thoughts. And that's it. I just had it and go. That's the thoughts. Yeah and go. Yeah just keep it short and swinging hard. I think that's it. I think what we found. Is We found the Blake. Bortles a golf. Yeah you're it's your guy. A normal guy who plays golf really really well. Blake is a normal guy who's an exceptional cornerback. Exactly you're right that that comparison so when you're when you hit a shot obviously have different shots in your bag you hid draw you fade right. I'm guessing so yeah I mean I just try to stick to one because I know what I'm doing on one of them but when you get up there and you're like okay which one is better for you fade it. Yeah hit left right okay. So you you get up there and you're trying to fade. You just think hitting go or do you have to like tell yourself. Do you have to walk yourself through the process and think okay. There's no thaw able able afternoon just swing hard and it'll come back to wherever you want your cat. He's just like aim at that thing and then gently that thing. Yeah it'd just be like finish their. Okay I'll try. I mean they're gonna one or two things going to happen. There is not so he's going to be really good or bad so I mean yeah I'm I'm just starting because I feel like maybe we haven't interviewed it off golfers offers but they have like all these technical like this is what I'm trying to do on this shop. You're just like I'm just up there just asking what's the point of thinking of something else. I think I figured you out. I think you you don't like golf very much. So you're always I wanna get the fuck off scores tonight so I'm going to take a very few amount of strokes. Yeah Yeah exactly win the tournament. Yeah Yeah Yeah then you have to stick around and collect a check. It's a whole big thing. Yeah Yeah Yeah that's probably paying the bar okay. Before we get to our next interview which is going to be with stone. Cold Steve Austin the man the myth the legend agend a quick word from Nitsa. Are you one of those people who thinks it's okay to drive stoned. What's the worst that can happen? You end up driving below the speed limits. No big deal right wrong wrong big time wrong. The truth is your reaction time slows way down your high. He not only put yourself in danger but everyone around you talk about a buzzkill. Stop Kidding Kidding Yourself. It's not okay to drive high. He'd been using marijuana in any form. Do not get behind the wheel if you feel different drive different drive high get a Dui listen guys you can just view so many car services. Now there's no excuse this holiday season Nitsa wants you to plan ahead if you'll be celebrating. You planned indulgent and impairing substance plan for a sober driver to take you home. Is it your turn to be designated driver. Take that role seriously. 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So we should have been worse for them. That's a mistake. Yeah all right here. He is stone cold. Steve Austin Okay we now welcome on I mean your role model. You're an idol of mine way back in the date stone. Cold Steve Austin. I'm a little speechless because you are actually someone that like I if I had a list of three people that are like on on the pinnacle of my idols. It's you Michael Jordan in dog. The bounty hunter. How do you think about that being in that kind of Company Company your speech. That's yeah that's an interesting selection there. I do like before before the cameras were rolling. You offer to give you the shirt off your back. Did you turn up my volume. Yeah Hey hey hey miss that when you walked in you're like hey like your shirt and just ripped it off my back and I said here you take now you can do you want no no no not yet I like it when you have Sharon Stone Cold Steve Austin Welcome to the show. We're very excited to have you on. You have a new show coming out straight up. Steve Austin August. We make a mistake not bringing beers into the studio for you. Almost all the shows that have done today have offered me a beer. But so you know. I'm not offended that you didn't trying to the like we're trying not to be. Hey stone call. Here's another beer. The another just play to the character. Yeah and we couldn't find your beer in something that wasn't your and that's what just happened. Someone brought to you know what I'd like. Medicine Broken Skull Right Skull and I do have a long long day ahead of me for me to show up on another show all trash. Because I've been hanging if you guys drinking beer all day would be unprofessional on my part. So yeah I took a couple of sips I want to look Hoity toity right right okay. So you're good we're good. I'm good one hundred percent all right dude. You offered me the shirt off your back. You took the shirt off to scrape moment. It wouldn't even in thinking is true. The kind of guy you call me. Give the shirt right off his back. absolutely All right I wanNA talk about a lot about the attitude era. I told you I was a huge fan and Let's start with just your entrance. Do you still get chills when the glass shatters man adrenaline rush. It's a spike that you can't explain help it's and you live and die by it. Recently we just went down to Tampa for the Monday night You know it was like the raw reunion did and I was like for the Debbie Dot Com. They're asking me. Hey you know we're used to the stone cold pop because it's kind of a phenomenon right and I'm not pat myself on. That's a fast medical wassall three hours of that show for the pop. Yeah so and I said hey man I said I know it's going to be good but anything. Less than fantastic or spectacular is going to be a letdown for me. Because I've heard hurt them all and and you live and die by that and when I came out of the gate man to place blew the roof off the place so it was. It was an amazing feeling. And I'm not a drug broke head so I'd say but if you could bottle that feeling that I feel when glass hits you could make a lot of money. What's the number one in your era in your career that you think back the one that you close your eyes and you're like that was it? Well there are so many but there's at one time when the rock was wrestling Mick Foley Holy Yup and DAX creating all kinds of havoc. Vincent man was by the ring and all of a sudden mixing a bunch of trouble and here comes stone cold and they hit that Dan Music and it was a moment they build those moments you know but I I got to be the guy and music has a big part of it but when I came out there to help him win championship. AP Champion any eruption when he pinned the rock for the three count. That was one of the top ones that was a great match. Also yes it was but you also gotta understand. Finally when I turned from the ringmaster into stone cold you know the music that I had to begin with was laugh back. Boring lulling US terrible. And so then I started getting a little but a hands on when I came up with the stone cold thing and is it. Hey Do you have any ideas for some Ring music acid. You Damn Right. I do star took Rage against the Machine Gene Bulls on parade to Jim Johnston. I said at eight this song. But it's in the vein of the song and so why he thought about the glass breaking. I mean Kaz starve cold. Yeah Yeah I mean and then you put the sirens in. But it's not. The whole thing was a masterpiece and I give all the credit to Jim Johnson but it was inspired at least in my head by rage edge against Machine Bulls on parade. Yeah that's pretty awesome so you had you know too. Many outrageous stunts to count really whether it's you know running over the rocks new Lincoln with the with the monster a trucker driving a Zamboni into the ring and by the way have you ever driven Zamboni before. No I'd never driven a monster truck prior to that a couple of because I was that before after my next surgery because I started doing monster truck appearances but I I am the master the absolute master of driving anything wills in fifteen minutes. I'm not going to be an expert at had it but I can efficiently get the job done and it's sink or swim if you put me on live. TV and put me in a monster truck or take go to Nassau Coliseum. When I drove the cement truck doc and a Philip Vinci's corvette all those things folded down and then I read the motor to spin a cement to dump a net corvette? They didn't we didn't have modern modern technology. Back in and say like here's a mark to hit. I just had to guess at the mark so it was just fun to be able to do all that kind of stuff when I drove that Monster Watch truck into the arena. They put into a holding area. I remember it was like a two two and a half minute commercial break and these runoff methyl alcohol. Ethanol alcohol whatever's in eighteen hundred horsepower motor and I'm in there and I'm dying. My my my is tearing up. I can't breathe because exhaust fumes at truck. You were also dead. I'm just waiting to come back on here. So just get out and get a breath of fresh air anyway get out near arena and I guess the carpet so long and I just I revved up. I don't think for all drivers so awesome. It just jerked one. The camera guys office feet because shock but right out from underneath all that horsepower so all the shenanigans that they the created for me. I think it's missing in today's wrestling. Because just thinking about you know listing mall the the zamboni putting the cement in Vince. McMahon's corvette all all these off off the ring. Things that happen is what made raw. Can't miss on Monday night because you just didn't know you were booker T in a in a supermarket. There's all these things that would happen that you just had no idea what was going to happen next and it feels like after your era it kind of went away from that and it was a lot more or rings stuff man it will interesting. How how the thing has changed? And now it's three three hours versus two hours and spans two hours but when used to watch you know back in attitude era we had the Monday night. Wars nitro had his hot open. And then we had our you know pyro coming down. I mean it was sense of urgency agency. You felt like anything could happen at any one time and it to me is just maybe not picking on today's product but I'm just like the spontaneity is is lost like that that feeling that anything could happen is lost and if you can bring it back and create that excitement. I don't think you need to go to you know l. up this with that are crushing. Thanks you know Braun. Strowman has done some really cool things with Displays of strength turn and shed over stuff like that. That's all cool. A sense of urgency. I think is the most important part. Yeah what about the famous beer bat was also another personal fame and I about the first thirty gallons that was real beer and man. I rolled down there. We bought that hose out and started spraying and then like as our spray enough. Figured it'd be great visual for me to get myself a drink a beer but it it was it was coming out like a hundred basically ripped myself because when I pointed it myself but I love blue eyes out. Drown me at the same time. That wasn't smart so no sold it. Yeah Yeah Yeah absolutely did you. Did you feel like you never missed. We're going to wrap a second. I never missed cans when they were thrown to you man. I got some hands on. Yeah everybody I get the rare rob but Mao percentage that was. Oh go ahead the hot over here. Yeah I just got a bunch for Raw that reunion The other day did but man marquee and I I've given the signal and and some of them are so far away like Marco you're catching and I say bring Obe I. I'd say something different but he would throw. Oh but he goes and I'd say as some those things got launched a dare say close to forty yards. But I've always been able to catch things and hello played running back in high school and in College. I played linebacker defensive end but how they should if they love Mitt. Tie It in or something like that. I probably could have had a career leave it to the hamster does stuff alcohol beverages. It's a God given talent everything else Kinda slept because you really want beer. This next clip is actually another another favourite of big cat. Yeah because it's another one of your personal heroes. Yes ten hamlet. Hamlet's calling up some guy that owns a sneaker company or something. Okay so you're big team Jordan guy. Did you talk to 'em J.. Afterwards he texts me nine twenty the NBA game was going on his birthday. The races over I look at my phone. He was like man. Yeah Awesome I don't know let's call. He's he's actually a friend of ours. We've talked about times. You think you answer would either nervous. He's I don't think I've ever called him. Yeah Eh. Don't waste your phone. Do you think we're tight enough. He might be like. Hey you're actually calling Michael Jordan. What the fuck blaming question by the way Gerald Neuron Stop It? Are you going to trust with shot. Mike what's up. That's Jordan listens. Thank you man all right. So here's the deal. I'm on pardon my take on Barstool and we're talking about you and how good of a friend you've been to me my entire career so so I just want to say thank you view. I Love You love you so I wanNA say bounce back after your last year excluded but that that's the number for me put out five and a half was the over under so are you go. Thank you man you any of you love love. You was okay I am Michael Jordan. Come on that's the answer. Because I rarely rarely flies that guy screaming I love you. He was pretty pumped to hear from you though just punch him. I was about take him out. Yeah that was awesome now but I mean I know it's crazy to me your you could keep talking to you. I'm just going to be four thousand four ten. It's the final NASCAR racing and I'm in the final four shot to win the championship. He he takes me and says hey you mind if I bring the family down in like you know spend the day with you That that whole day and I'm like Sure I think we can arrange that. So he's hanging on my motor home before the race. You know getting ready. I'm suiting up and everything. And he's got his crew there air and so he watches the entire race. You know in on my pillbox. He's standing there behind the pit boxers pace back and forth and he says you know he was nervous he was nervous service for me and I was just like this is weird that this guy is amazing and everyone is in all of him but he's going to watch. Some NASCAR driver tried to go for a championship but when I didn't win which sucked. UNLV longer with no he was there. Everyone had left the tire. The stands were completely empty and he was there. He had his arm around and we walked up pit row. He's like you know. You gotta just keep digging. You're going to go through things like this. How much how much do you think he knows about the sport a NASCAR and how much really a lot? He asked me all the time questions questions about certain races and so that's how I initially met him. I was at a hundred game and he actually stopped me and said hey you know. I'm Michael Nice to meet you. Nothing instead Michael. And I'm like this is amazing. And so he's like. Hey you take my number real quick and we'll kind of keep in touch so we're texting do the the second half of this game. I know this sounds completely made the sounds completely made up. But it's not. This is good though. Because sometimes you get accused of like. Oh Yeah we're just texting with. Jj Watt this. There's a new poll so he said Yeah I said really you say so ask me. It's like what happened in this race two weeks ago. You know you. You did this or that. I was like Oh oh you watch NASCAR BUDDY said. My Dad used to take me NASCAR races when I was a kid and just latched onto racing ever since then he says I watch every week. ooh Okay next up over the summer when we did group week we actually taped a very special episode with Ryan Russillo and Mark Titus our good friends which by the way I'm going to announce this right now. We haven't discussed it but we're going to do it again. This year it was a fun is very fun interview because it was four guys talking about life yes opening up the Komo. Yeah we are you trying to tell us something. No I'm not having another kid yet but that you know of that I know of but we will do this. We did this as a evergreen episode when my my son was born but I think it was people liked it so much that we will find a time to get the four of us together again and talk about whatever will will maybe pick a different one different kind of life topic and we'll dive into it and we'll make sure we do that for you. This summer I think we have to do is somebody needs to get someone pregnant this this year so it has to be one of us. Thank you see very strong. TFT Your I mean your your eggs are running dry. My exam grade. I've god-like I've got pancake batter. Okay yet begun to nut either way. We're GONNA do it no matter what. Even if we don't have another child on the way we will make sure we run that back this summer but here it is from this past summer life with our friends. Mark Titus and Ryan Russillo. How dare you insult my skeet? I'm just saying can starting to get on the wrong side of thirty. They're not like eggs guys can have kids. I'm pretty sure like billionaires. Have Kids until they're ninety Welcome to part of my take presented by cash APP. No idea what date this is. Well it is June. I'll tell you what it is your son's birthday. Yeah so hopefully knock on wood. My son has been born a health. Congratulations we're on the future. Thanks yeah I haven't figured out. A Name Lebron's sniff sniff and Lebron cats. I always wanted to name a kid reggie well. Well I've actually been registered name. I liked that. What's wrong with that? No not would. If you name your kid hank hates cats. ooh That's pretty good all right so we should as we should. We should have been in my draft. This emergency emergency podcast that we're taping in May it's it's Russillo Titus. PFC MYSELF WE'RE IN LA. The Emigrant Week contained not make it is in the backyard smoking trees La la so we are doing an evergreen episode that we can run the day that in my child is born so that you still have part of my take and we thought what better way to do that then have a life advice to your former self and what better way to do that then then have Ryen Russillo on who is going through a midlife crisis both joggers. Those are are pretty nor wearing. Do you not wear. Are you in the crossfire now. Well I mean personal busters sort of my thing now. Yeah that's actually one of my life advice in my force. CPR On instagram. That's a personal record. Twenty here's our cook. Our cooking twenty years old. You're half a brain. Yep third of a brain no matter how smart you think you are your idiot. Well that's the problem with your want. Yeah is that you think you're smart. You actually have having a third of a brain. You can't realize that you only have a third of brain you got a full brain. No when you're twenty and you've only been twenty. I know this sounds simple but this is why everyone older than you hate you. He he has they all went through the exact same thing. I got everything figured out And then you just realize you don't and it doesn't mean you're not smart it doesn't mean you're not creative like when I think about creative people people usually those peak years are in those twenties. You know you're seeing things for the first time you're experiencing in new ways and reacting and then it's like you know I think most creative people they're special ones but there's some that's like hey you just kinda have like one or two really good ideas when you were young and then it just you got to hang on for a while That's most host of of this stuff. How many bands do you go? You know what I liked was their seventh album like it just doesn't happen so that's where if I'm young. I KINDA WANNA WANNA be like fuck. You'd everybody older. Tell me what's up but we're talking like the general population here just the normalcy of going through it. You can't you can't have any. Yeah this perspective that you're going to need and you're definitely going to have a little bit later so nobody really wants to like they respect you and be cordial and talk to you but they still think you're an idiot. Leave the room. Yeah and you need to know that when you're twenty because you don't want to believe it you're listening to this like that's not true. Screw you guys are the the safest bet in the world is when you turn thirty. You'RE GONNA go. I can't the Aleve. I thought the way I did about everything. It's not like your political beliefs. Change your morals change. It's just it's hard to explain but a another third of life the experience makes you realize like all the shit that I thought was so important and I just sat finished it. This way is all the stuff you think is so important. Almost isn't as the old man in the room. Does that ever end this cycle of lake because like the whole reason I got off. Facebook was because when facebook started doing the. Hey you you posted this three years ago. Thought you'd like to see this. That was it. I didn't give a shit about the privacy. I didn't give a shit about the memes or the fake news or anything else it was. I would log into facebook. It'd be like remember when he posted posted this three years ago. And then I would cringe. And I'd be like God. I was the worst three years ago. Thank God I figured out now and then three years pass that I did. Do it again like wait. I was an adult salt. Does that ever end when you get in your forties or are you looking back when you're thirty six and you're like mad post never. I don't think no I go back and see a tweet that somebody reply to that. I wrote three years later and I thought it was hilarious. Yeah and they go. That wasn't even funny. I don't think they ever stopped for a full year and a half on twitter. Yeah 'cause as you harass me so much never gonNA give. I wasn't very point. I was down year old. Like how far can you go in your in your tweet history to find something that is genuinely funny outdated I think day old. I'm still sometimes like Oh. What was that they were going to do? The Mount Rushmore. And it's Mount Rushmore of things. Things you are elite at so it is It could be as obscure specific as you want. But it's things that you think that you are lead at in ninety nine percent of the world's can't do as well as you can. I love this conversation because I spend time thinking like what am I close to the number one world ranking yes. I can tell you do that all the time I wake up and do that. Are we going to snakes. Yeah once once I wanNA start because you start. I don't WanNa start because I have some weird ones I need to feel. I need to read the room on. How how so you start your contents always good I would? I'll start. That's which way we going We'll go over still than me. That titus background yeah all right. I am elite at changing the channel from CBS Fox on NFL. Sunday going back to the game that I really want to be watching right as the first place starts after a commercial like like immediately yes as the ball is being snapped. That's good amazing at it. All my other friends suck at it. I nail it so you only have one TV. No Well I. They don't save any money. Yes you would have kept the hundred and twenty five thousand dollar your job. It is a good good skill to be able to go back and forth like the exact right moment because you've sat in a room with a guy who just has no feel like. Hey just handed over. Is there anything worse than sitting in a room when you're over the age of maybe seventeen and not having the remote what's paper. We had a roommate who used to when he went up to the bathroom. You keep it in his pocket. When he came back he was still in control? Nobody knows that remote. That's the other part of it too. Because he wasn't cleanest guy we used to lose it so much that we tape the remote to a big two by four same song. I do that. I went out and bought a two. It was we literally just had padding around on the turnpike but the downside of that is when you're that young and you just have nights where you just flop down on the couch and all of a sudden you're like fucking what is is that like. Oh it's my remote. It's it's a foundation to deck post That was a good one though. Pfc So once you start if I really WANNA lock can. Nobody's better at me than stopping the gas pump. It just a straight okay. Land that I'm so good at it but we'll do. We need that skill anymore anymore. Though you don't but I know that that is a that is the a bygone era where you had like twenty dollars in your pocket and you can pop before you pay right and you gotTa Stop Happen on twenty because if you go over twenty you're like fuck now. I gotTa go have a conversation with the guy my bad would ask prepay or you just use your card and like what's the point of stopping and even I just like to see if I still have it. One nine eight hundred six hundred hundred and then I just go number twenty one twenty twenty twenty with a lot back in the day by twenty. I think you're fine though. Because that's what I mean like no like the Kid Gentlemen Credit Card. That was going to be as good round Robert Mays. I'm going to be an all time. Great you're like Yeah Bill Russell rebounding not every touch you on this yeah. I'm sorry titus I wanted to all right I am. I think told a couple of you guys this but I am. I think a like number one in the world at finding open tables pack bars or seats. It's in general because of my figure and I don't like to stand very much and I'd rather be home than be at a bar if I can't sit I will always be able to. I'll fucking be able to go out in the back in like Poland tables. They don't use anymore and set myself up in the back I also if you do the stair it will get anyone uncomfortable I do the stare at people if they're like pretty close to being done and do the stair and they'll get on so much faster I will always find an open table I I the few times that we've been out together. Proven by this. Yes and now brag about it you have to deliver. So there's extra pressure my friends like we'll go to a bar and I'll just hold on one second. It's packed you stairs. Isn't that kind of sucked. Oh well you know. I don't stare at like random people when check is there is there and they're like like dilly dally. It's going really well. We having finished the conversation. Now I mean look I feel out the situation but I'm just telling you if you come out with me I will get a seat. You stand up you ever gone to a table that maybe the checks on the table in. It's a super crowded bore and you sit down at the table Before they even get a clean the table myself I will. I will bust the table so I can have the table still sitting there. Oh they'll get plus it and then I'll be like and I also get the best move to do is to talk to the people that are seeing their. Hey guys leaving soon okay. Cool can have this table when you go. Okay cool so if anyone comes here just say that I got rights to it and then maybe just kind of give them a little look like they'll be violence if this doesn't doesn't go down the right way let's get better shape big. I'll sit on you. This doesn't go the right way. Midwest Guy Spreads Kalija. What I heard I am exceptional at moving well through crowds? So I'm able to get from point a two point be in a big crowd very fast and uh-huh anyone especially when tables open tables open but also dealing with like big crowds. I don't like them but I can manage them very well. And I also like I'm the Guy I was at the box. Well this is going to be weight later but I was the bucks Raptors game number two eastern conference final. skit there where the whole sections standing up for like the first four minutes I was like. Are we doing this. Are we really doing this. Yeah and you're the real real loud doubted. Everyone fucking sat down so I mean nippy league crowds very well. That's not even your team knows I don't give a fuck about I just I just gave a nice. If you do a loud doubted fraud everyone would be like fuck my bad they. Actually that's more of indictment on Bucks Fans WanNa they sit. Yeah because it was like no but it was like it was like I didn't pick it when it was like after a dunk. I picked it like four minutes in and it was like maybe there's a TV timeout. Or something and I just the perfect one and just boom. Everyone was down so yeah. I move well and manipulate through crowns very well. Also do the hot soup on a on a packed subway train in New York. If you're trying to get to the exit it just give a quick hot soup coming through and everyone will move out of the way. Swear to God for the words every time I taught you that I'm looking through you. Yeah I've said that that's only emerging that a skill mid western restroom thing I've ever heard. Is that count is saying yes beneath. Crowd's dislike behave like a lunatic. Correct the other way to say I've got a gun. That's actually would probably work. Dude you know what you want to share that with me on Mount Rushmore. I'm pretty good at it. Hey listen I'm sorry. I think I'm elite at yelling. Hot Susan I love. I love the thing like I love the idea of looking at you yelling hot soup and it was really. Your face is so humble Ernie and your mind you think it's working and everyone thinks you have soup but really fucking lunatic appointed doesn't matter how our next step we have one of my favorite interviews of the year Ike Taylor former steeler yet some great great stories talking about chasing rabbits down New Orleans and sharing a couple fun sit downs that he had James Harrison how James Harrison has interacted with his own children. Okay we now welcome on two time superbowl champion. Who Times? Who Time superbowl champion? I owe you for now. You what two more do you wear your rings now. No ever not okay. So it's Ike Taylor from formerly from the Pittsburgh steelers two time superbowl champion. Where our earrings at the house? Okay can I just say that it's really one and a half rings because the REP Scott the other half of the ring in the seahawks no not at all and also to that fumble by bettas against the colts. That was pretty lucky right but that was now for that we want you give give you take advantage of bringing up horder one coast yet. One and a quarter is really what it should be. Boy are hard on the pimp. Yeah I heard that you used to train us to train your quickness in a very unusual way used to chase animals around what would my uncle was oh school like ns Ns. And I didn't know that Dow was kind of the norm in Florida like that was going to fill and they they've really chase rabbits like that's what they do like. I was doing that because Mongols like man. This will get you better and faster than quaker. Yeah Salads doing that just because because I always had that drive a good work ethic you go down in Florida. Were Fred Taylor's from were San Antonio homes is from they call them muck city. Yeah Yes city Florida desperate. The boys really do yeah. Don't boys really chase rabbits. They run into that high grass career in the chasing. Yeah makes you quick right. I mean it's all mental. I do have you ever caught her at it. Now got close it's skirt. They got the Ski Scurry the bill. If you give me straight ahead but the disgrace skirt right sean. You ever touched one like a flag football you get them down on flag football with a grab. Yeah human flag football. No but I'm saying like if you've gotten that close where you've got I've got real close nervous. Yeah because yeah. What are you GonNa do all Makassar Rabbit then with the dog chasing the car and then they finally get it right? uh-huh Big Ben. Does he ever. I don't WanNa fake injuries. But sometimes the injuries seem more severe than they actually are like a dog like walking on like a cold sidewalk and yelps. And it's like come on your dog anything like that might explain it. Yeah explain it to. Well he's tough as hell. There's no of a quarterback in the League can play in Pittsburgh. The way seven has have played is is a lot of injuries. Seven shouldn't have played. Yeah but he's just a tough tough son will gun and there's probably a lot of injuries that seven come amassed a walking boot on on seven we. That's that's the role we go down. That's what we're doing today. That's what we doing like we like. So you're GONNA have a boot on on Monday but to their you're gonNA be all good. Yes with seven facts. What's the boat around like the Michelin Man? It goes on your nervous because you know it's coming off in a day is is bitten. Didn't then please I gotTA count. Yeah seven I gotcha is. There's been plenty of times where he's having said anything and you'll be like damn. How did he play? Would the injury Yeah and it's been a few times where he says something. He's always showed that graphic of them after five. That was like the human body every single part of it had like red lines of pain shooting ability. Here's an injury. His whole body was like bang. Well we we. We all knew understood understood. Could nobody play that position in Pittsburgh like seven foot seven. We're going to be very sad when you're tired. He's he's a we use now. Football fun one hundred percent. Yeah and we did everything together. We did every day still in the twenty seven man group Tech's Super Super Bowl 'til this day. A twenty man group mad two techs and is is our kids call each other light. Uncle Troy uncle i Chris whole joy Porto Casey Ham. Joey is just is just everything is awful but what thing I did like about you know. Coast cow and coach. Tom The man is he led our sons run around and locker room That's cool which was huge because my son to this day he's twelve twelve. He still understands and remembers what was going on like a man because my son play football like why are you trying to run through these bullets. He was like okay. James Harrison told me to take on James told me to take the soul out these kids twelve so they can. They can come into locker room as long as you. Don't instagram live. Our facebook live while soldiers. Cj Harrison sit down and just being like hey listen and as you take the soul out of these days area that he's serious like it may come here come avenue my son now Komo yes. Are you play football Yes Sir you well. I'm just aren't when you hit a make sure. So you take the soul out of ood okay next up we have our good friend who we just became good friends with John. Rothstein obviously had some controversy these past couple of weeks but we have is back. We will still fight anyone. Recount was just being polite being really nice to coaches is having friends the art of the thank you note is alive and well good luck coach But yeah here. He is John Rothstein and a little bit of his crazy. Easy crazy brain. I WANNA talk about a couple of these tweets and get some explanation for the hits. Yeah so you have. This is is March. That one is taken on. Its own life. It's this is march as well and then like what have you Do you have like a rights to that. I don't have the rights to you. You should do that we got. Let's see we got it. Maybe down the road and nothing. Yeah Okay and then you also have the spin off. This is only November. This is only December. Let you know that it's not march. Correct right almost. Stay on brand. You're looking at calendar too. We know what it is if you follow and you know only sleep in May what about Tougher than a long weekend. Going to your inlaws for West Virginia Bass. Use It for West Virginia only okay. Here's the thing about West Virginia's interesting. I went to practice a couple couple years ago. You know when obviously hugs was the coach and it's three hours and it's all three hours. Yeah I was like sitting there. And it's like hand to hand combat discriminating and they go through nine possessions each for a team and they're keeping score and its sutatwo and like I'm sitting there and I'm just like this is like Russell. Crowe gladiator there. We go a little bit. It was getting into it. I couldn't believe it so I was just like you know I'm just sitting. There and practice. Hugs is walking around. He's going hard after I remember Sakaba. CanNot they who you remember John. Carter was on the top fifteen year and I was just kind of like this. It's like this practice tougher than a weekend at somebody's inlaws and I'm not even married like wait. A minute polity. AWW Call for the first game the first game. I'm going to tweet it. Did you ready down. wrote it down in my notebook and the best part is this year. They were struggling and when I tweeted it all the West Virginia fans hands like God. How I miss this tweet? I WanNa take it for granted anymore. I like I like the fact that you're not even married but you just know how tough Halford stories. I'm single in New York for a long time. The single now. Okay I've got. I've got one here that I actually have a bone to pick with west. Virginia is like a fortune. Five hundred company Villanova Villanova is like a fortune five hundred company company. It runs itself. Do you know how fortune five hundred companies work like with your imported directly to tweak. That tweet that one out just Villanova basketball. The ball has become a fortune. Five Hundred Company now Villanova Basketball Fortune five hundred company that was in the early stages like I'm thinking like Tofu. Grace in good company. Remember that when they started in the movie with Dennis Quaid Scarlett Johansson before she became Scarlett Johansson with that was more the early stages and so two movie the last five years in in the last five years but recently creed too I was very dishonoring original creed like you give me rick from the eighties. Course you saw the you know what I'm saying like it's the rocky world. That's yeah that's from the mid ninety. S I I read that you watch part of rocky two rocky three Iraqi four before every time you go on the air. Is that still true. That was true. I've been I've had to decrease my rocky influence because my girlfriends in my apartment I had this big plaque in my apartment of rocky two three and four on one wall single for this long and then on the other side. There's a picture of rocky fours. Well I mean for a while while you know that was consumed your life. Did you guys think over. The top was underrated. Oh overtop is great. They're one of the best one. One little kid is such Gotcha so annoying. Yeah but the world doesn't mean nobody halfway there we go right What about The issue home game more life altering than ten day trips Europe so a couple of questions here one is heavy done a ten day trip to Europe. Never been to Europe. I've I've never I've never. Yeah no I've never I've never I've never been. I've never been to Europe. I've never had a cup of coffee. I've never played governor remember. I know I tried it once. Then stick okay all right. So so you've heard going to your life archer story. I was back and forth with a girl for two years. cahen polar opposites really nice girl or whatever but this was like peak shocker. Okay and like you know we would get into arguments and socially you gotta get more cultured like you haven't even been to Europe. Whatever rose I can't sleep at the Segal now and I was like this was shocking? This was trayvon Graham Brand Day Weber. Like you WanNa do push ups on picket fences when I put oppress on and I I would just say this kind of my subtle way after we broke up the kind of like send you know shot across the battle treaty row. I really like every time. Are you put that out there. I know that somebody just like a knife. Twist have you ever explain these. Because he's are so great like these make them so much better now but please go on. Here's another one we've got got a few of these Virginia basketball thing of beauty. Do nows and fourteen fifteen season. Kentucky starts out thirty eight now and people are killing Virginia. Virginia's the other eighteen remember until Justin Anderson heard people are saying well Virginia could be Kentucky and I'm watching them game after game. Only one team can be Kentucky that Wisconsin pillow okay. I'm watching you know. Virginia play throughout the season. And it's if you're a basketball purist you know not turning it over taking good shots and the way they control a game like tackling great respect and look. I know we're taping it for the NCAA tournament be Virginia's went thirty three and three in the ACC regular season over the last two years right. It's not it's not. Do you have to tip your cap point so I was just like this is a thing of beauty and I was like wait a minute everybody. Nobody says it's ugly and I'm GonNa drop this all of a sudden it's like you know right now. I have one in my bag in case in case genius strikes online online. I always sleep with a notebook and a pen not far away because if I tell him I thought yeah you didn't tell okay. The next interview this this is with Blake Bortles. It was Blake and Jared Goff Injured Guesthouse in Los Angeles and Blake was talking to us about how he bought a tesla which is an all-time story. The reason why he bought it and how he bought it. What is Grit? How do you define grit? A lot of people have been saying. California guys. Don't have great. Is that right. Yeah a lot of so. Cal Isn't gritty. What are you guys doing here? Kind of talk. I mean grit is like like just being like in the dirt. I guess I think of like dirt. I think of like a muddy field in like oops. You're SORTA like it's like a hundred degrees out like a summer practice. You don't much grass on the field and it's like yeah. Yup Dusty pants is global warming. Super Dry you got dust just in the mouth. California drought. Yes we know more wildfires split. Well actually we're if there are wildfires jared goff will put it out through his people. Forget gatty put out a wildfire. Yeah Okay thank you guys for your service a little with a half of Bala Dishonesty Save California. Alright wake what script for you grits me is kind of more like an acronym begins Raunchy not in the trenches with two TS. Eighteen Grit. Yes but the junction boys about. Yeah what about getting Raunchy. In the Tesla New Fancy California so Blake's driving a electric car would supplement Hasler Tesla so. The plan was to by Tesla so that I could quit dipping because then I wouldn't have to go to the gas station. Just go to the girls. It's very expensive way to quit dipping more power to yeah. I actually thought you were joking. When I first saw it I thought it was like you're messing around like in California? I'm a rental Tesla. WANTED TO FIT in. But I'll have a pickup truck back in Jacksonville and I was like. I don't really want to bring that up to California so I figured I'd buy something where I could fit then. So have you gone to the gas station you wait. How does it use plugging it at home? Yeah and there's a charger at the facility. So when you drive to to work to the rams acidity do you actually drive or do you just do auto. I just get on the highway and like doubleclick. The thing twice and it just treasure is sitting there scrolling through your phone can and check the news and see what's going on it beeps like every sixty seconds and you've got to touch the wheel and then you know you're alive. You can't take a nap. Eat Breakfast in in your car on the way to work you can yeah. That's pretty sweet. How you bought it? Actually we would hold on before you bought it. That actually seems like the perfect car to build a dip open perfect. You'll have to worry about your hands like we're the bottle is there's more like between your ended up while you're like mid driving so right tactically. Yeah you should probably safer picking up various. You ended up getting like a trip chamber just for dipping Tesla is they should market themselves. Put out a Cammo version of the car. I think the AMASIO Tesla Diagram of people who dip and people testing that we don't touch probably just Blake in Justice League quarterly standing there. All right so hot tells us how you bought it so I needed like an SUV. Like I have a truck and like I wanted something like Tahoe or something like that just to drive around and I was Kinda looking at websites and then I ended up on the Hustle website and it was like you know. Design your own economists. We'll see what I can do here. And then I got to the last page and there was a buy now button. I gotta hit this. I got a call them immediately. Like hey congratulations on your test. The pictures in my own head kind of how they're doing it. So did you have to enter a credit card number for the buy it now button or on your four immediately called me. It was just like sitting over the wiring instructions. Oh my God we got one okay before we get to our last two interviews. A quick word from our friends at me undies. Listen guys we made it. The holidays came and went so fast. 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Patrick mahomes impression for Patrick mahomes himself. So these were great moments from two thousand thousand nineteen and we'll wrap up with this and then we have more best of coming up after this Well we I think we talked about Rome last time. He didn't look at me. Yes so what do you give. Your skill went to ten. Then he he gives everybody. Yeah negative five so it was fine clown back to Chino. Hills Hook Graze is this what is going on right now. No idea I like to cut this. Guy's Jeb legend right now. What we're doing is trying to figure out the timing of the other guys Rome impression? That is absolutely correct. You just mouthed a full set in between words that is ridiculous Jake euless. Pf Heft cut those guys live. This guy's a clown who knows a cloud the dude who lives in the sewer in that Stephen King Movie. That's a scary movie. Snow on that guy. He does not have a movie scared average rate. Line great thanks right like a complimented myself what I'm internally doing constantly get on there you go We haven't run party surround. Let me join rolls this what we need to do. We need to get on our cell phones. Vatican and call each other bridge Rome in Rome in Rome. I love this. I call this. The Romans centipede the next up. We got Dan from SA- Gumbo Dan. Dan Hold on a second guys. I hate to cut you off. Actually I love it but the Roman centipede need might be the greatest reference I've ever heard We cut each other's bottoms off and connect ourselves and Gert regurgitate George. Tate takes through our own mouths and Safa guy from Durham Rome's throat and butthole burning brought to you by seeking Zeki. We'll be back after this Dan. Those Rome runner. I forgot the Devon was in here as well. Well hello just half a novice completely different. Do you want to ask some questions Patrick Mahomes. How good were you plan? Five hundred when you get your pets. You control the football mile right straight through the clouds. I'll heartless football as a kid and I didn't. I didn't play football like in high school. This Serb would be quarter mile through the clouds packard on a plinth five hundred in the backyard. I've never heard myself talk in person so I can the understand better worse than coach reads. Nadia coach reaches point. Okay coach Reid is exactly what I think I sound like so to me. It's at least okay. Next up we have the Boehner dog. Saga two thousand nineteen was the year of the Boehner Dog. It was the year that we got to actually pitch the film itself to the Sandman Adam. Sandler and Kevin Garnett and we got to see a kind of go from just a little idea that we had in the back of any would had into into being potentially a major motion picture that will be developed over the next two years. If you've listened to the show you've you've heard it happened over the years but this has everything condensed and a tight. Fashion love it you start. I think he was the star of a number of Adam Sandler movies through friends with Adam. Sailor we want to pitch you. Some Adam Sandler movie ideas and you tell us if you think you would make them ready. Okay all right first one it's You know the movie this is this is forty. Get appetite the art this is the sequel. It's called this party and Adam Sandler plays Dr Peter. You DR P you and he is a Millionaire proctology L. A.. And it starring Adam Sandler David Spade Rob Schneider and Chris Rock cameos from Kevin Farley. Kevin James Will Ferrell. Okay I like it I love it so the next movie can't on this. One is the exact same plot as as a gift. We all know Boehner dog old yeller. Yes yes he's got Boehner the whole time. Wow that was a great. That thing went by so quickly. The only felt like thirty earlier in this podcast. If you can look into directors is and feel in the movie they're trying to make your in your Yeah yes so. That was something I said but I'm owner dogs. Yeah so look into are very rare we can all right. I'll start by the in izing isn't like you don't have to stare into my. He said we're very we'll look straight. Okay okay okay. Yeah okay so so yes I did the name was you know the the the they're running around in Alaska Snow Dogs Sidebar. Hold on rush rush. Looks all right so when my older dog collar you take it for me I I can. I can help you right in. My colleague was trying to say and trying to the point he was trying to get across as the dog has a Boehner Boehner. Yeah and so they all. It's a pack sled dogs right. They go out and they'll make fun of this one voter dog because he's got a boner yeah like yard dog dog little dog that aren't read. And so they get loss out in the wilderness super loss and the only way they can get back is Boehner dog falls the trail of his Boehner Owner to get back home little on rudder get this of dogs played by Kevin Hart Or the voices. It could be animated. Either what you call love love. Kevin Hart Jack. Let's make sure that we give Zach devolve. The Boehner lead the Boehner Voice of the bone reviewing take Kevin. Hart get There Will Ferrell Adam Sandler David Spade James. The Rock Rosh tonight Iraq actually plays in cast that movie. Just call it Boehner dogs and you win okay. I'll be I'LL CAL WE WE'RE GONNA give you the the voice of the Boehner okay. Cool we have a movie that we're now in market Adam Sandler so Jeff Ron attached Zaka Franz loosely attached. Well Yeah it's called Boehner Dogs Boehner dogs. Dogs Zach is loosely. We have discussed it with him and he said sounds interesting. Well actually it was Kinda is really into it. Yeah Center is yeah. That's what he did he was like. I can yeah. Yeah so I don't know if you WANNA get loosely attached. Actually you already are loosely. Attached by seven is a good name for something. Yeah we basically just pitch it to them. They're like now you're loosely right. Yeah we attach ain't going to name like a movie that or maybe that's the movie you go around in Hollywood and you just tell the movie script people and then you go to the next person. It's like a pyramid scheme for a movie is it's Boehner dogs are this is forty. You can decide odd which which one you want to be loosely attached. We already have sack. Ephron who Adam Sandler Taylor is attached sailor. Yeah Dan Patrick we have someone already playing the part of the in Boehner dogs I like Boehner does it's got. Its Hook here okay. So you're in. This is easy and you were good friends. Adam Sandler we actually made this script. Four Adam Sandler realize I'm not the lead anymore but if you're gonNA give me the Boehner we're here for you. The Voice of the Boehner. It's it's animation in your Adams Dick. Oh it's animated. Yes so Adam will be the dog and you'll be the Boehner. I'm like the Little Red Lipstick in the woods in his Boehner brings them all the way back like Hansel Hansel and Gretel meets Rudolph the red nosed reindeer lost in the woods. They all make fun. Because you got a boner all the time and I like it I would make fun of them. Okay okay you like it. Feels like it needs a bit of a handmaid's tale okay. Okay even in those little white bonnets Boehner's chew on his the self sucking bone. Alright well maybe you're loosely. It sure looks I like how do you think we can make to get into. We've got some ideas but I don't know if they're like art house enough. My Tuxedos like talking with these ideas. Go Bernard dog but it seems like it'd be to elevate yellow first question. Adam Sandler have you ever worked without him so adamant I are dying for somebody something to do with it. Okay dogs that would be great corner dogs. And it's about this dog that always has boehner and just got He's like the leader of a pack of sled dogs The question have we seen it before. No no we have no. It's like a mix between Debbie does Dallas and Snow Snow dogs before going further. Let me just say. The dogs are voiced by Zach. Ephron he's attached to confirm his episode. The Ice Cube is loosely attached Adam sandlers what we're hoping for Kevin James Chris Farley Chris Rob Schneider Rob Schneider all voices. The dog's Spe David Spades Voice of the Boehner and the dog gets lost in the wood. Yes on the phone and the only way they can get back is by following the trail of his little red lipstick. That's that's guided them out there in the snow so it's like the end the call came around and I it was funny and then yeah got some got laws. It's a whole thing about. Don't Boehner shame and all that stuff. Hey kids will learn from this guys. I am wants to fuck percent. Yeah this is why you did that seventies show so that you produce Sugar Daddy. Cat Chat is is getting the film industry. I've got a lucrative opportunity for you Enter prestigious opportune for being honest. Because I think that the names is that we have tache. It could really do something. It's a movie if you'd like to invest in if you'd like to star in it produces act in it up to you. It's called Boehner. Wait wait okay. Kevin is not for you. It's called Boehner Boehner phone. Oh so far so home adam bone. I already owner. I dog Adams. Aws give away the whole set. Warren pays going paying Boehner. Yeah okay go ahead. If I have a movie to pitch you all do it. But I'm talking to Cap Avenue Opportunity dog owner donor dogs so it's about a team of sled dogs and they make fun of the one who's not allowed to really be the sled dog because he's always got a boner none of the other ones get you like all the other ones. They don't have Boehner's but one does it's kind of like a Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. I'm great great. Way Your nail in this pitch and then on okay and so they bring in the dog that has the Boehner owner. And he's actually the one that saves day at the end because they get lost in the woods. But as Boehner drags through the snow. And they don't have Jack can't find their way back Kevin Kevin The people that we have loosely attached and this is all true. We've talked to all these people thus all people that we've interviewed loosely tach with David Spade. Jimmy Okay true We have Lawrence Taylor. We have dogs Snyder option. I know we don't watch Kevin Kevin Hart Given Heart Chris. Chris Tucker Chris Rock whose panicking Bernard Dog. Well the the Boehner itself voiced by Will Ferrell the dog. Yeah I mean dogs. Are you have dogs nine dollars. Nine dollars reindeer are you are you in. I'm in okay. All right great having Adam you trust in you want investment again halfback you to produce candidate. Yeah Okay I see okay. So Adam Adam Sandler executive producer Boehner dogs professional also. This is actually good opportunity for both of you. Were talking about Oscar With this we could even target like micro targeted category. So will film it. We'll do it an animated short overseas so it can be eligible for best foreign animated short watching. We'll tape it in the Bahamas and so we just get everybody down there for vacation and then while you're scared do the voice over for the Boehner dogs and so you guys will be Oscar winners as well. Aw Now we end maybe yeah right. You wouldn't say no I don't live for well you're GonNa WanNa get me one on. Yeah exactly. We're getting the wrap up. We've got the wrap up like way before the boondocks pitch you guys produce Boehner dog them received how serious y'all donors Auxerre have owners in. It's always funny. It's funny everything okay. Pfc I have a question for you. Real quick seekie question Promo Code Take himmy get ten dollars off You seek purchase when he put him Promo Code take did did we or did we not fulfil one of our longtime promises this year and give the listeners in airport review we did. We did still haven't joined a cult just this yet. But we're we're working on one airport review or to We've done what we did one. I think my did another one on instagram. Live or something like that but we did do an airport review. This was in the Minneapolis. Airport Apple Indianapolis Indianapolis Indianapolis Yeah West. So let's do the airport review civilians. Aliens killed my boy walking expose. Why did you why did you knock out that little title lot? How did we are sold his head? Juan he's bleeding from almasy. Oil is who Steve's off from one direction on shoot broncos. Okay Welcome Horn Pfc. Let's do a quick intro real quick. So this the Indianapolis Airline right off the flight hank is under the influence of narcotics oral surgery and We want haunt like St Louis. Is the first airport pretty moment. This is a big moment. This is the first airport review we've ever done and we just landed and it's like this is are you nervous service no not at all. We're nervous because we had a delightful Pair flight attendants on that plane and they took special care of big cat Ni- and they actually they wanNA talk to us so I think it'd probably be a good place to start asking them. What their opinion airport? So let's let's go talk with them K.. Hank come on. We're not cutting any of this so just make sure okay. Okay we're here with our to flight attendants from our trip from Laguardia to Indianapolis capless Miss Tie high and Cynthia Cindy Anti so first question. How were we as this passengers on your flight? Question hilarious well behaved. I heard hilarious. And we'll behaved okay. Okay now between Dan and Iot big cat and I which one of the two of us do you think was cooler passenger plane. I love you both but I'm GONNA have to save big cash. Exactly exactly. Didn't think that was gonNA happen on a why he made it a competitions unfortunate Do you what is the proper. There's been a lot of debate in recent history. Is it flight attendant. Is it stewardess. Is it Floyd Assistant. So it's flight attendant not stewardess. Because we're not their as your Stewart to clean up after we're there to attend to during an emergency so is flight attendants get air right Yar fifty two anymore anymore. But I noticed that you pulled a nice little trick at the start of the flight to get everybody's attention during the safety briefing. You held up a phony. Somebody left their phone on the jetway. Now that of your attention I'm gonNA teach you guys how to be safe. What other cool tricks do you guys have that you like to pull on us? I have a few tell your because yours are. I probably better than mine. They're mostly you know. Everybody loses things in the airport. So is tell them. Oh I found something that Jack British just give me a second. And they're all waiting baited breath. What am I going to pull out? And it's the safety card. That's okay that's okay on that one so when you came around and asked if everyone wanted stuff you gave me a diet coke and I didn't take out my tray and you saw me just colorado the Diet Coke. Were you impressed by that move. I could tell it it was very impressive. Your awkward moment or tie was like is he gonNa just. Is he just going to hold this cup. And the Diet Coke and I was like fuck you. I am young Yang surprised. Wouldn't you say it's like a little bit more of baller move. Though that I had a beer in Dan only had a diet coke. Well it's not bother because I gave you a beer pre-departure pre-departure and you didn't drink tea keeps lose. I WANNA I wanNA official retrying me this competition. I want on the record that I did drink the beer. I just didn't know that I had to open and drink it before. Take off and then she. She confiscated my beer from me. And then I couldn't get back into we're until the Ding above ten thousand feet. What do you guys rank the India Airport scale one to ten? I would say it's number one in the nation. WHOA wow that's his strong? We picked up top and UTAH. I'd say maybe like ten being the highest in our one being the highest we go well she just ripped my scale of distress and said just one overall. Yeah she said number one overall. I'm just asking scale went to ten all right if one of the lowest. I`Ma say like Oh no you said in the nation I must say five fathers Toronto score okay. One flight. Everybody knows all right All right well thank you ladies appreciate it. It was a great flight beautiful white and we. I appreciate you guys and thanks for listening. Thanks for thank you so much. I am satisfied. Okay shadow to Cynthia's niece Ashley. What's that was awesome? That was great. Thanks guys all right here. We go so we learned a lot here. Let's let's move over here. PM Quick so we have see idea by so we're not gonna cut it so we are just outside of this gate a one through five so we're at five and we're now going to walk to our baggage claim and we're going to give you a live review of the Indianapolis Airport. We are dragging so to paint a visual for everyone. WHO's listening right? Now is walking behind us with the recorder. We have microphones in our hands. Were couldn't someone's GonNa Trick. We promised once trip little fun. Fact behind the scenes apart take it was at this very location right here that we found out that parcel cantat got picked up by. ESPN yes so. We're very happy. Young dumb and full come so here puked on that flight. I I stop. We're going to make AAC is actually the bathroom right across from Marion. Izzi's can't bring the camera and let's leave our bags right here. So we're going to bring Hankun. We'll be back for the camera you go in the Middle Urinal Bubba just maybe do like ambiance videotape thing. And then we'll put it into the show people can just kinda see it here. We go the Sir. What's your name going there? Okay what do you think you got jerked off Now I think I Hate Boston. I hate all Austin okay. Okay but what about Robert Daw thing under nothing you you came to me and ask what about rubber cab. I said you got jerked. Aw I think he is guilty surely to go okay. Any relation to Bob Kravitz. Me Do you work for the NFL. Okay I live here zippers halfway. ooh I know I'm about to go to the bath just hanging out in four. We got to the bathroom. Well Yeah how you were walking. I do appreciate that you just stop. Does he said Hey. What do you think about? Bob Kraft guys. I know who you go. Thank you and I just I just devote so so close. I'd just not I'm not a fan. We appreciate it. That's why we love Sports Fan and obviously you you guys should have. It's too much and that's why I don't like. Yeah but you guys got that cool banner pursue the two thousand fourteen. AFC finalist. That's a one of a kind. Yeah that's awesome. Super Bowl has many times. All right. Thank you Mr say we gotta go pay life. We'll see this is the bathroom. Let's join us and we're GONNA use the bathroom so all right we only have. Pfc Us is this GonNa wait out here. I'M GONNA use use that stall use the handicap over the top here so I'm actually using all right so take review here. Pat Let me let me start the handicapped stall has its own sink. That is nice. That's unbelievable How's the flow in there? Okay this in this non handicapped actually very spacious. I would actually say that non handicapped. So is it a spacious as most handicap. Sol's that's nice now it doesn't have the amenities that yours does no sink in here but very large bowl as you can see. I've been going for a while. I just got got to flush and it's still not close to being filled up yet. Fit a lot of soup in here. My urine was very dark because it was a flight and it actually people you don't realize when you fly because of the air the altitude thank you sir. The air it sucks all the water out of your body so you you get very dehydrated gotta make sure you hydrate when you fly. Also I would say that the best part about getting off a plane is that I post airplane Fart that you have for for whatever reason. Just the altitude sucks up. So let's let's do a quick review. Dennis Rodman so we'll quicker standing in the bathroom breath so I thought my my stall was fantastic. Look here's the spacious extra sink. Why don't you think I was big? I thought the the hand washers were great. You Lackey urinals is a problem only three. I feel like there's probably some clutter her in here. It's a small airport though. Here's where here's where I rate. My airport bathrooms if you walk in. And you don't have the overpowering smell the shit right away you're already like could Arab. Yeah another thing that I noticed. I don't see any puddles. A lot of times. Urges puddles laying around his air. Port bathrooms. I don't see any here I did. I was very very impressed with the width of that bathroom. Really spread out even in the non handicaps which I think she's actually leave because they're actually. How is gentleman taking a poop? Yeah are you to we fuck lone man. That guy followed us from literally zipper down. There's actually a probably a sex crime. Okay okay good. Let's go all right. I'm hearing is. He's now has good shrimp cocktail. That's not Oh yeah they have the scene. Almost ELMO's cocktail right there about it right. I don't know who are here at seeing almost hearing easy do it. Because they're probably assist restaurant. I would imagine thing. Wait on to figure out my hands here. Okay all right. So we're GONNA walk so now we gotta follow to Ground Transportation Tricia overall. Pfc What would you give the bathroom. We're talking scale one to ten thousand seven and a half seven half now something. We should notice that. It's eight eight fifteen Indianapolis. Everything's closed literally. Everything is always find a hudson news even even the moving walkway has stopped fly. I just said welcome to Indianapolis like that's the thing here. Everything closed. Yeah which I'm okay with honestly so I say we were walking away from where we need to go with. What's one moving walkway and then go to the baggage? Going to tricks on. nope might pull a trick. Here's where here's what really pisses me off people who get aggressive on the moving walkway fucking deal. The moving won't hairy. What's the deal you? Don't they build the entire airport out of moving walkways. How come world? How come? It's just like one stretcher. So yeah it. It is a ghost town. Doesn't I think we were the last flight at E.. At eight ten PM. We're the last flight to come in and they run a lean lean operation though not to overhead. Here here's and also the fact that not too many flights land here. I mean that's really clean. Here's a fun fact. People Messing it up. Here's a fun fact about the Indianapolis Airport. I once bought a ten a dip here. I couldn't believe it I really wanted to attend a dip and I found a store store and they sold me a tennis school and I was like what the Hell I was. Just taking my shot. Yeah Yeah so yeah. That's always a soft spot my heart we've a TSA security person coming up on our on our Louis. That's left in the Marine Corps. Okay I just want to say for the record. That is one of the Finer Airport Chick-fil-a that I've ever been to. Yes in next to a nature table so you can get get your smoothie. Feel good about yourself. chick-fil-a feel terrible about yourself and their statements on homosexuals Yup. I didn't mean to go there for the chicken. Yeah I just really. This is going to be interesting. How we're going to navigate this with all these chords but we're going to try to take the escalators here? There are three on this escalator like Portland Trailblazers to go down one. That goes up and stares that goes up dot down I think probably sometimes they reverse course on the middle one depending on the traffic flow. So it's nice to have that option C.. Like on the next one right across the way from us. They've gone up and just the one going down. Oh we we just heard the walkways dynamite. Very excited to see the walkway. Now we're GONNA funder bags. This might actually be a problem because we are. We have checked bags and they really all this place up for the combine Yeah all the flare. We've got to Christian Christian. McCaffrey pillar over there A.. Lucas is coming home. That's Great Lucas is coming home. Lucas coming home from coming at home from there. You'RE GONNA say like Iraq or something but it's just been just one welcome in Asia beaver house is that got a new arrival. Yes okay talking. Babies folks they were grace. Okay Okay will and grace ranks gus. We're going this way. Pf Take my parents wouldn't let me watch his. Yeah too busy Danica Chick Fil. I thought we were going to just get a fucking awesome like military rival nod Lucas. Who's just been chilling in Denver? Getting fucking in high shit. Who's WHO's the beaverton anesthesia? Beaverton show easy flame. Let's get the bags let's go. We'll do the walkway. Liam can hang with the bag. Do we know where we're going these the bags although you're back so he's look like our bags right so how we're going to end this is we're going to do. Let's see let's let's go. Let's check out. The Wall. said the walkway was said. The walkway was the one wildcard at some of these airports is how long it takes you to get into Uber. Yeah yeah well we're going. We got we rented a car convertible. No we did not get copyright. So we're going to stay with the bags. Liam we'll just put in place filler for people people who are watching on Barstool gold all right. Let's go let's walk. We'll finish the review. You can leave your bag. Pf Day both of them leaving my here with Liam Liam Liam. We're leaving all the bags of leaves going to have to take all the bags. No we're coming back. We're GONNA literally do the Walkway. Then we're GONNA come back here. Let's go do the walkway right. We'll be right back. Hey check this elite baggage. I wonder what passes for leap bags. Person Asks for picture love it. What's up man? What what is it? Elite baggage mean. I deliver luggage and whatnot. Okay yeah I thought it was like really the you know the stuff that actually actually got off the books here about last night's loss honestly to Wisconsin game. Yeah that sucked. I don't really want to talk about it and rubble overtime terrible loss. You can't can't give wins so those losers down there. As far as the Purdue Guy Right now they started messing the okay. We'll see him. If you be the real the unfortunate thing about people when they see big cats sometimes they feel like they can come up to him and just make fun of all the losses that has grambling happens every time which is tough because you already lost once remind the common thing will be a big woody betting on and then I and then we have to like sit there and I have to rattle through everything and it it takes way too long but All right so we're GONNA finish the review by going on this walkway we've heard a lot about. We really only heard it from one person. Walkway of legends. All all in all the FBI would say Indianapolis Airport is light very nice. It's small I wish that maybe had one or two stores that were open that we checked out but overall I'd say like very very solid I i. I think the flight attendant may have oversold little bit as calling it the number one airport in the country right but so far I mean I'm I'm thinking like an eight Only Scott is on this walkway. Look at these lights well. Here's crafty now that we're actually doing this and we're going to start giving airport reviews to people I think we hank doesn't WanNa do this anymore. hold on. What's the matter breath if you're listening to scully breath? They're looking for you on Wednesday February twenty seventh around nine pm fake name. Okay so I think when we when we do our next ones we need to just have. There's gotta be classes it's like MLB in triple A.. And this is ooh Whoa right there. That was. It doesn't sound of all these lights turning on it when you get on the walkway. Here Lights Volley lights follow you. It's simply incredible the piano from big. I can't believe that we didn't bring bubble with us. Yeah he's going to really be big time foam. Oh but either way what I was GONNA say. PFC's I I think that we should do. We should have a situation where we we have Classes so this is a smaller airport. Okay let's get some of this footage right here. This is what we're dealing with on the walkway walkway smaller airport. Basically like a club. And they like I'm in Miami and then we'll do the big airport class you're lax. Is Your own hairs your Dallas Fort Worth. Are you hear that folks at Saint going on. That's Indian. That's a wide wonderful world of indie okay. So yeah I I would call this like a mid major. Yeah right as far as the mid majors were is really just like a Dayton or Davidson. Maybe either in southern Illinois possibly only one of those one of those schools. They could make noise they after not GonNa win any tournament. I would even say that you could. You could take lady here for for a night out on the town. This is a dateable airport. You don't need a ticket to into the main area where you can both look at Indy cars. They had a couple of those and word car the car now that was passive. Oh here's a woman who is ninety years old said we'll have to check the tape on it inside guarantee you hang back me up. It was definitely inside the security hang. who absolutely knows all sorts of perks? Once I saw that woman who is barely. Oh you live out on your sorry. Okay she's fine. She was in a rush so I wanted to double check to make sure she was. Okay you never know. Yeah what would you say. What are we doing for ranking scouts? So I feel like if we're GONNA go by class then it has to be waited a little bit so. LAX is of the world the giant ones will put them on a scale of how about we put them on a scale confusing. Yeah that's what I'm saying the. LAX early access will be like grade scales in school so we eighth breath okay. This one through ten great so I'm going to give the indy airport. A seven point three okay which translates to C C plus C MINUS PLUS C. But we're we're saving those for the big boys I'm GonNa give this. y'All want attend ten eight point eight. Wow Not really. We're tell you what I'm GonNa take off one little decimal point because I would have liked to hear more music on the moving walkway eight point like seven so that actually. That's a round number if you if you aggregate is around number seven point three two eight zero eight we actually. She did that on purpose. Because we're really bad at math to make sure we score All right so that concludes our first airport review in We're now in Indianapolis. This is actually the end of the Friday show so we will see everyone on Monday. Lovey guys that airport review was brought to you by Dollar Shave Club. And when I talked about dollarshaveclub ownership club I can't stress enough. The quality of their products. They spent years developing crafting refining everything. 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Hit that probably the best. Guess that we've had an apartment in recent memory. Yeah Yeah here. He is career frazier. Okay we now. Welcome on Kerry Fraser he is an NHL referee legend he roughed in the NHL for three decades twelve Stanley Cup final four decades through thirty years but all over the course three decades. You're right Twelve Stanley Cup finals over two hundred sixty one playoff games. He has a book called the final call. So thank you for joining us. Let's start at the top. Let's start. How did you decide to become a rough? Well I really fell out of the trees on it I I was a good little player. I played junior in Canada in Ontario wasn't wasn't drafted at my final season. The last player I played against in that season that played the. NHL Was Marquel I had a Decision to make undrafted due I play in the American League the minor pro leagues. Do I take the multiple. US Division One athletic scholarships alert ships. And it wasn't happening and so A friend of my dad. My Dad played pro hockey. He was like goon Plan in the Ihl All the back in the day and the former teammate. A His that was coaching the Detroit. Red Wings at the time said Listen why don't you get into officiating. He said the game needs guys. Like you understand the game. You're good skater. You can you know you're a tough little guy and you got courage so he gave me a brochure to referee school. I went to the school End of September in nineteen seventy two. I got scouted. They're in the five days. I was at it two days later I was is at the. NHL Training Camp for officials. They signed me to a contract and gave me a whistle in a rulebook and a sweater and said go to it. That quickly Yeah that kind of gives you an indication Xinhau sometimes offense think we suck so. You're the natural. When you're coming up playing? How did you treat referees as a player great question? I was very respectful respectful I was usually a captain or an alternate captain on the teams. I played on and we had some really great teams Triple a all star teams. We had five guys off our MIDGET AAA team. Go on and play in the NHL. One Guy Wayne Merrick won four Stanley Cups with the New York Islanders so But I was very respectful and I understood the rules and I understood that if you wanted to have a conversation with. The referee had to be respectful. So I kind of went into it with the right mentality from that side The wrong side of the coin was that I was a fighter I used to fight. My Dad taught me how to fight in the kitchen Because he was a tough guy he was also a boxer beyond you know minor league professional hockey and So at about thirteen fourteen years of age he said you got to defend yourself. Your little guy you know got to play hard play tough got played tough the bones through the skin. Don't come off the ice nozaki Tom He who was that guy. Yeah so he said okay. Teach you to put your hands up. I'm left-hander so I went like this. He boom slap me in the head and knocked me down. He knocked me down on so many times. I kept getting back up until finally I could block his punches. And and your those guy sweet your fighter as a guy. Hi Who's not that big. Would you get into fights with the bigger guys. Oh always everybody was bigger but I always wanted to beat the big guy because once you beat their big guy and you're a little guy you you own them. Yeah so quick story time all Sir I got to tell you about this. One Plan MIDGET AAA were in eight tournaments. It's called the silver blade. It's the aftermath of the silver stick. which is a very famous Tournament in Canada and Michigan And so we're in the championship game. My my dad's the coach coach meet for three years and AAA midget he said up. Then there was this guy bigger than you and he was like. It's pretty big a huge. No no no no no no no. He's older than me though to. He is very much okay. Okay and he was. This guy was but he was also dirty. You see dirty. Maybe a little so this guy was sticking our guys and my dad. The coach said boys be disciplined be disciplined win the game win the game. So we're up five five one five minutes left in the game. We got it in hand. He tapped me on the shoulder. He said go teach that big guy a lesson. I speed beg- This kid. I could fight scared scared better than they could matt and I cut him over both is destroyed them an older you I was fifteen at the time. Okay so now we get thrown out the game this guy and I and he's so he's bleeding all over the ice and I get in the dressing room and I'm taking my gear off the guys come in. We won we won the championship game. And and I hear this raucous out in the Hallway and it's my dad's voice but it's also a woman he slips in the door restroom door locks the door. He came over to me. Put his arm around me said Listen Carey said. I'm really proud of the. We took care that big kid. He said he had no problem with him. But I don't think you can take mother. She's waiting outside for you off. I gotTa get you out of the dressing room for. She's waiting so there was a stick bag and I'm five foot two at that time. Three maybe in one hundred fifteen pounds and he said get in the stick bag. I got in the stick. Bag zipped it up through the bag over his shoulder and as all the. My teammates were walking out in this woman's looking at their faces. I'm in the stick bag on my dad's back that's smart. That's smart. Yeah we got in your ask you no kidding yeah. It's interesting so you just all story about you know winning a fight winning a championship. AP Chip game as a player as a ref. It seems like the best you can hope for in a perfect game is just nobody notices you right like you get to the dressing him afterwards. You might shake the other guys. Hey We call it a good game out there but you don't really get the accolades that you do as a player for you. What made it so rewarding as an official making a positive sort of difference my objective in every game because I love the game and I loved the NHL? I love my employer. And I wanted to be the very best that I could be in every every game to to be to provide what the players deserved with the game deserved the game. I loved my employers. That paid me. Well so I felt that in your first statement that you know. It's often said that the best referee game is the one where you don't notice the guy but there are games that you have to be noticed you have to step up. You have to take control of the situation and my Objective in the game aside from making a positive difference was to feel the heartbeat. Every game has a heartbeat. And it's a different game so as it goes up you gotta be able to just bring it down. You want control bedlam. That's the most exciting game the fans can ever watch rate. Yep so I had to feel that pulse at heartbeat and officials now in the playoffs are often being accused as we were back. Then you know that old let him play. Let's play decide the outcome you know. As a matter of fact I have have one. Read here Let me see you know what you're whistling your pocket whistle. That's it so the problem with that is once I let one go. Do you always carry was actually a rape whistle because out on the street here I yes so personal donal safety but when you let that one go on your team now human nature dictates man. That was a little bit over the edge. Now I gotTa let one go the other way and the other way is usually worse than the one you let go the first so that was actually one of my questions because I always we always as fans think that the they owe us one is ah. Does that happen as an official where you are. You basically aren't. I missed that one next time down. If it's a fifty fifty caller whatever it may be. I'M GONNA make sure that it evens wins out here. Well if it's fifty fifty. Yeah you you WanNa make sure that it is a legitimate follow. It's a two minute penalty. It's not a minute and forty five seconds worth So but that standard that. We're talking about the standard that may be started at the game a little rigid and then it gets relaxed and then all of a sudden it just goes down the toilet on you. It's like a snowball rolling down the hill. So what I described was letting one go this way that man. I didn't want to call that Now I let the other one going. It gets worse and then it gets worse. It's it's the worst feeling that a referee can have in the pit of his stomach. Because you have where do you pull the brakes on what you put the brakes on this thing. If someone's GonNa be mad when you do well because they say you missed the last three well it's going to be inconsistent because you're looking for that perfect penalty. That's not going to happen because you've already let three four five six go down the way MHM It's brutal so now in today's game it might be a puck that goes over the glass. It's an automatic penalty and all the rest. We got one right. You don't WanNa be in that a position you said. Two wrongs don't make a right right. That's that was my adage where you own me one. I've called stinker of a penalty on more than one occasion where I just wished I had had it back but I already reflects the my arm went up and I called the penalty. Twenty thousand fancy at a couple of million on TV. No it can't take it back so the player would come in and complain to me and I would say you know what I think you're right. And then the automatic reaction would be. You always want one right. My response to that is listened. Two wrongs don't make a right. Do me a favor kill list son of a gun right. Yeah okay thereby on it right and I've always noticed I. It seems like a big thing with With referees if you make call if you're not sure of it you act like you're a hundred percent sure but so like you put the arm up right and if if if you start like pulling it down a little bit like you show that little bit of weakness then they go after you but if you act like hey I got this one right even if in the back of your head. You're like maybe not well that was called cell on the call. And you know when I first started in the seventies actually the The glass was low. So I'd be like a Philadelphia spectrum or something like that and you you might react to quick in the arm starts to go up and what I would do. Is I'd reach for the glass. You're hopping so the PUCK and go by. Yeah or it would be the hair messed up and I go smooth it out. Yeah there you go now. That weren't wearing a helmet right throat. Most of my career. They you know they made me in the last collective bargaining agreement. I was part of. They forced his Aronie two of us. That didn't wear a helmet. Yeah so did you ever get hit real hard with with the puck in the face. You know what's interesting is is and I had to wear the helmet and visor. In the Olympics in Nagano international rules we had to wear a helmet and visor But without a helmet on I I was cut three times in the face over twenty six years in the NHL A by deflected pucks to offer goalie stick shot process point point boom deflected gut me in the face But when I put a helmet on the very first game in the NHL. I was forced to wear a helmet. I get hit in the head five times with sticks in the corner because you were just not you. You're like I got a helmet on them. Well not even so much that it was the lack of respect that players had because when you Craig mctavish last this guy to not wear a helmet in the NHL we had the conversation and with Wayne Gretzky. who were that Little Java and both of those guys said Wayne wore light protection because it it created more awareness? He felt interesting. I felt the same way. I had like radar. I could a pocket you know becoming at my head I just do a little slip. Go buy it was. It was a radar that you developed kind of like the blind guy right gets better. Yeah Yeah Yeah Okay so I'm always curious about this with referees your relationship with certain players and how that affects how you call a game. So I'm sure through your many many years the NHL you become friends with guys. You talked to guys before the game. You're a little more chummy. How does that we're all humans? So how does that impact how you call game and is it true that maybe someone who your friendlier with will get the benefit of the doubt. I think that is is part of human nature as well but I will tell you that My objective was to develop professional relationships with all the players. So that I could get them to play on my terms Without having to be a jackass without having to raise my arm and call the penalties. I wanted the puck to be moving. There were personalities that just didn't didn't Mesh and there were a couple. Theo fleury via well. I wanted to get to that. We can we all know. I can tell you about knuckles. NYLAND Chris Knuckles Island. Yeah he was arrange for a bit but he was a Montreal. Canadian Three hundred penalty minutes every year and and he gets twenty goals but Knox was like the tough guy right and and I caught him Actually entrapped him in a game in the Boston Garden. One time Rick Middleton nifty middleton great player skilled and he's on on the opposite wing with knuckles and I thought man so bad matchup so as they were going to the net they collided. They fell down and the PUCK started to move out into the neutral zone. It's going the other either way. One referee on the ice. So I looked across the ice in my eyes met knuckles and I could tell. He was pissed off no question. He's going to do something stupid. STUPID GUARANTEED SO I. I did a head fake. I turned like I was following the play up the other way and all of a sudden I snapped my head back just as he but ended Middleton and and knocked his front teeth. Oh up goes the arm ten minute match penalty back then right. Yeah that's fascinating though. Because that's you knowing the players exactly so I did my homework. I know what he's GonNa do so now. We have to go emergency hearing just before the playoffs in New York. Sir Savard is the General Manager Hockey Hall of Fame Guy of the Montreal Canadians I walk in the NHL Board Room. And here's knuckle sitting at the end of the table. He wants to kill me. I felt like ice in their surge. The gentleman shakes hands as you know. Carry how you doing Blah Blah Blah Brian. O'Neill was the vice president in charge of discipline. He came in and read my report and he said to Chris Chris. Do you have anything thing to say for yourself now. Knox's the Boston kid right. He said. Yeah Mr Neil I got some to see for myself. He said referee freezer. He calls more penalties army than any other referendum in the League league. He's always picking on me always watching me and just to prove my point if he hadn't been watching what should have been watching. which was the play? Go up the way. He wouldn't have seen me. But in Middleton the search spit coffee on the On the table Chris going so he said Chris did not mean to say that Mr admit to the Gras. y'All get caught Brian. O'Neill said Chris or isn't a referee worth a pound of salt in this league. If you didn't watch you every second year on the ice would you like to see a replay and they both declined. He got eight Games back then. Yeah yeah it's fantastic when it comes to instant replay. How much does that like the advent of having all these different camera angles on the ice affected the job of nature official? What a fantastic question? Thank you I had that too but it is I said well. Yeah you get your first under the jar I gotTa tell you I I think the biggest problem that has created the inconsistency that we're seeing I wanted to see everything on the as a one ref game I wanted to be in position to see it first of all. You have to move your feet. And I learned that watching Wayne Gretzky in nineteen eighty where he had such vision of the ice he knew not just where the puck was now or where players where he knew where they were going to be? Three four five chess moves down the board and I analyze that and and came up with you know a system system that worked and was adopted for. US A. and Canadian hockey Minor referees Because if you're not in position listen I'm a little guy I'm not gonNA see over you. I'm not gonNA see around you. I've got to be ahead of the game. I gotTA think the game and so with with that sort of Difficulty now that they've infused this video. Replay that is such a safety net for guys right. They rely on on a too much. It's not even they don't a goal goes in the net and they're standing so deep in the corner they don't even signal it they might not even see it. You gotta see everything and use use the replay to verify that the official is gone that way. So I I I the question I was Gonna ask is a little different actually was is it undermining officials because I always wondered if you are on the ice and you know that they can go to replay make you look like a fool. It's going to suck but you're saying it's actually the opposite work we're Kaiser saying look replay. We'll figure it out if I screw this up. We'll figure it out with replace. I don't have to pay attention the same. Well you know even if it's subliminally. They know that they've got the backup there. And and the replay is done in a in a room in Toronto You know miles thousands of miles away. It's actually better than all the other sports. Probably some ways you don't have to. The REF himself doesn't have to you. Know after skating up and down the ice all game have to then go sit and watch a replay for twenty seconds and trying to figure it out. Well the problem is that they should have former referees. Sitting in that room to make the decision we had to really big time mess ups this year in the Stanley Cup playoffs. The sharks in the night's Golden Knights Poo Bang. That was a guest big guests for sure now the hand pass that jumbo. Joe Batted and and Carlson put in the net in overtime to beat Saint Louis in that game all eyes should typically at least one set of eyes but usually most is would be on the puck in that situation when it's that close to the net They missed it. Things do happen. They missed it. But there's a reason why they missed it and I broke that down for A major network in the US because of their body position they were standing. They weren't reading the play. They were moving to where they needed to go. But I said you WANNA fix that. And it's a referee's call replay could not overturn overturn that because it's a in the rule book it's a referee's call hand pass must be made by one of the four officials on the ice. I said let's utilize the fifth with member of the crew which is a backup referee. That's assigned to every playoff game. He's a referee. He's sitting in the in the referees locker room with his gear on except skates watching the Monitor on TV. Let's utilize him and say okay. Guys I got the headset on Buzim down. What did you see there We need help. Obviously I got a hand. Pass my call. V The third referee the crew that was assigned to that game as the backup. He's GonNa make that. I like that tracing. Yeah is there one call in particular over your career that you look back on your like. That was my best call. Oh no I just the worst the one the one. That's the worst is the one that You remember. I mean you're expected to make really good calls make the right call but the ones that haunt you are the ones that you missed that you want back. Wish you hadn't back. Yeah so let's go down that road a little bit. Would it be. Is it the Gretzky one. Absolutely ninety-three miscall the western conference final overtime. Wayne Gretzky Off the face. Off High Sticks Doug Gilmour What's interesting about that situation? Is that none. None of the three of US had a bead on it sought I went to Doug Gilmour and I said killer what happened and he said well Wayne Took a shot and and his you follow through hit me in the Chin cut me. I said well if that's the case it's not a penalty. That's the only caveat. I guess you'd say that wouldn't be penalized. The follow through on a shot normal follow through so he didn't even know but something didn't smell right and the way wayne usually was. They're appealing appealing. In his case. He just was off to the side. Kind of hanging over likes Lincoln away kind of knowing he did something so. That's when I called a team meeting and said you know with two lines. They said guys help me out. I I didn't see it. And Ron Huck Finn At the Blue Line name huck. y'All hock had the balls of an elephant. Of course I see. Did we got knuckles unloving all these nicknames nickname freezer sucks doc. Huck Finn tells you he came to me. Said curious. Couldn't help you out man. He said I was looking through their backs. Which would write logical bill and then Kevin Collins Beaver we all go there? Oh yeah yeah so so. He said I don't know he's yeah. He was bent over variety. Dropped the pocket he said. I'm not sure and as soon as you hear. I'm not sure there's no way that you're gonNA guess that's what happened with the Vegas Golden Nights up. There was a guest made by somebody in that group. So when you huddle up I always just assumed the restaurant like we're fucked. You just sit there like did anyone it. nope okay we're fucked. Let's pretend we're talking another thirty seconds to make it seem official. Well my off your pretty Dang on but when the The new buildings came out with the big screens. Yes sneak a peak. Yeah I we'd have a guy position himself and he'd be looking. Yeah so WE WE HAVE A. He's still working his French guy. linesmen and When he first came in the league he was a little awkward with things and There was a question is to whether the goal went in he said Oh. It definitely was a goal. I got that said well. How do you know he said because the whole section down there they're all al- cheering and they jump and raise their hand and clap that we must be a goal? No no so then we started. You know putting a guy to maybe have a the peak. That's great that's great so we talked about swallowing the whistle. Yeah you you said that. It doesn't really happen like fans think it does put what you have to admit like. In the playoffs. There seems to be less penalties and then in overtime in the playoffs. You guys won't call anything. Is that a are you specifically typically saying that to the rest of your crew before the overtime starts. Hey it has to be a very egregious thing for us to make a call. That could just decide the game. I think think historically and traditionally there was that in the back of your mind let the players decide the outcome of the game right and that was coming from broadcasters and and coaches and so that pressure that was exerted on the referee in a one refereed game. was huge But you didn't WanNa on a compromise your integrity and and the rules and so if it was a scoring opportunity definitely you're gonNA raise your arm but there were so much other stuff that went on. That was allowed I had a game in the game. Three of the nineteen eighty-nine Stanley Cup final Montreal Canadian's at home at the forum against the Calgary flames names my boss John. McCauley who tragically died right after that. Eighty nine coup- his boy. Wes Is The referee and in the NHL now L. probably one of the two top S in the league. Great Kid but John said to me. Listen you gotta bring the series back. He said the first two games were ragged as hell out. Attorney said you gotta you gotTa lay the hammer down and grab them. Bring him back for me. I said okay so that was my private instruction from the boss. It wasn't let them go. It's get a hold of this series we got. We got a long way to go yet. So I laid the hammer down call penalties. In the first period I had Second period a number of penalties third period. I called a lot of quintal minors. Because we gotta tie game here so now. I'm managing the game. So it's you know where I had the opportunity not to call one. I'd call one on each side. Let them know him still here. Be Smart now. We go into overtime and they just played. It was phenomenal one overtime period. NOPE NOPE penalties. Great play second overtime period. No penalties with the exception of the last Two minutes and three seconds remaining and Mark Hunter. One of the hundred brothers is tracking Shayne Corson courses inside the Blue Line of the Montreal zone. He is facing the boards he shoots the Puck advances into the neutral zone and hunters tracking them and tracking them and tracking them. And I'm saying to myself hunts. Don't don't hit him. Don't hit him don't yet him. Boom hit some rate in the back of the numbers Knox's head into the boards at the bench. I got a call. It up goes my arm and and just as a marketer got out of the penalty box on the kill Stefan reshape scores. The winning goal with three seconds left in the period. Now who's the goat meat right. Everybody's mad at me Don Cherry in the next game. I just about had a fight with him in the men's room. Well you know. And we got that nose-to-nose and and he said you gotTa let players decide the outcome of the game. And I said Hey. Listen if I if I didn't call that obvious penalty I might as well sit beside your fat ass in in the studio and watch the game on TV so that didn't go too. Well yeah because it goes the other way. If you don't call it the the the other where you go from there the guys hit and the same thing in ninety three with Gretzky situation I had Putting a astronomy belief in the fan in the in the penalty. Box for trying trying to run goal defense head through the boards. got a boarding penalty so leaser man short. which even compounded the situation reiten Yeah once players safety. That's that seems to be cut and dry especially a boarding penalty from behind. It's like you have to call it off. The safety can be. You can be mad about having a guy in the box in the third overtime of a playoff game but if somebody's getting their face put into boards. It's like an open check case now. There's there's some other stuff that takes place in the playoffs. It's you know the teams get chippy. Right from the start of the series. They like to set a tone every time. There's a whistle they get in each other's faces. They commit what I assume would be penalties in the run of play away. But since it's after the whistle in everybody's doing it you can't call everybody for penalty situation like that. Where do you draw the line between? Okay this dude just face washing opponent. That's okay and you know that was too aggressive. That was a punch. You're going to take a seat for a while. Well here's what I did the play offs I would I would get an again. It's about feeling that temperature. Let's say we're we're having scrums after you know after stoppage you don't want that to continue Because it gets ragged. I want the Puck to keep moving. I don't want players to be you. You know gathering and and face washing punching or you know the old the scrum situation. So when I felt like I had enough I would go to both coaches and I'd say you know what I'm getting embarrassed now. Either you control your guys or I'm going and it might be your team that gets the one penalty only. I'm not calling doubles here. It's going to be your team or it'll be his team. You take control of it or I will from here on I love and I've heard coaches say guys down doom we're done. Yeah Sean Avery Yeah I mean. I'm very nightmare I get along really well with Sean. Really yes because he knew where I stood and he knew how far he could go. So after the dance of Martin. Brodeur Sean. On every rule I've got the neck. They need Sean. Every rule there was a rule there. You could have given them a misconduct. You could have given him to run sportsmanlike at ten minute misconduct for trying to incite right the other guy. I mean you don't have to the rule book is already like the phone book So next game and Sean Avery had been read the Riot Act Act as he done a couple of things previous to that the shot his mouth awesome suspended for And he came to me and he's all nervous he said. Listen Carey Jason. I'm going to be really good tonight. I'm like I I'm going to be fine. I won't be a problem for you. I said Sean I said listen. You can be a very very effective player. You know how to play and you know what I expect. If you cross my line you know where you're going to end up. This is the playoffs man. Just go do your thing. And no where I draw the line. Right he went. It was like a weighted been lifted off his back. He had a target on his back. Because that I remember that game and everybody was like what is this. This is not hockey and it was like the larger hockey community. Almost they got offended collectively. I like this ruining the game. You only talked about Creating a positive productive relationships. Yeah there's a guy that you could just said you know what. Get away from me right. You Disgust Gust me. He's entitled to play the game just like every other player in the league. He's entitled to the same protection of the rules like every other player. But if you can develop develop that relationship where in that conversation shuns temperature was brought down. He played that game and he played effectively. He did what he had to do. He played hard. He wasn't backing off and nobody should ever be told that they can't play a certain way right they. We know what the rules are for and you know back. When we had one referee there was a personality involved and every referee seem to have a little bit of a different flare different personality alley or was more focused on calling certain things and the Philadelphia Flyers were the very first organization and Mister Ed Snider? God rest his soul. Wonderful wonderful passionate owner of the Philadelphia Flyers. They were the first team under Freddie Shiro that started to record which penalties referees called and they came up with okay boys tonight. It's Wally Harris. He calls this or it's van helmet. He calls that They knew what the flavor lever were. Were you know just With me what would you. Would you lean towards. I would say that in Anything flagrant aggressive Like I didn't like the stick work Obviously trips are there obvious I mean slashes but anything up around the ahead That always bothered me. I felt my number one job. was protection of the players. Right enforcing the rules. which are designed to protect the players and allow allow it to be fair That's that's interesting. Though that they started to scout refs. I'm sure that most teams do that now with advanced analytics and everything. So you were talking about player Relationships Sean Avery's one of them. We talked we alluded to it earlier. Theo fleury you. He tried to fight you in the United Center parking lot so key he tell that story. Because that's a fantastic story of what you treated the game and how you were able to evolve with players in your relationship. Well in Nineteen ninety-six Six Stanley Cup. Playoffs Calgary flames. Theo fleury Great little player Gutsy but obviously had issues that we now know about Molested molested by a famous hockey coach and candidate that went to prison and deserves never to get out as far as I'm concerned But feel and I were like oil and water. He had disrespect and I think our size and our stature short little chip on the shoulder you know junkyard dog kind in the backyard. Yeah so so the this particular game. He'd had enough of ME I. I called three three penalties against The flames right off the bat and he got the last one He blew up beat. Kirsten swore at me. Challenge me the most profane language which called you ship bag effing shit bag asshole really. If you WANNA be technically rack shit bag doesn't just good at all it's aptly yes and So he wanted me to come out into the parking lot after the game. He took his helmet off and threw it at me and hit my skate now. Human Nature takes over okay. I learned learned with a big argument with Wayne Gretzky and by very first season In one thousand nine hundred eighty that I needed to control my emotions that I could flare up. It could be instinctive. Just breath comes out and it was always a aggressive so I had this process where I could relax my shoulders. Take a big breath this bucket sitting at my foot and my leg started. Whoever in the the muscles are twitching? The DRENNAN lions floor and I wanted to kick it back in his face. Ace Yogi I went through one of the game four years later fast track. He signs a one year deal with the New York. Rangers Rangers free agent. Eight million bucks okay. But he was put in the League imposed a Substance Abuse Program right off the bat so he missed the first as part of the season. It's December nineteenth of two thousand four years after he challenged me in the parking lot at the United Center. He came to me at the end of the first period. Saint Louis Loser Plan Tyson. Heison Nash second-year pro. You know a trash talking flipping. Haircut Lake We see and so Asia. Theo came to me with tears in his eyes he said listen. I'm trying to clean my life up honest. I haven't done Kokin this length of time. I haven't had a drink blah blah blah. He said. I don't let them talk to me like that so I asked what who he told me now human nature might dictate you say you know what looks good on you for four years ago. The parking lot. Listen to your fucking Shit. Bag asshole SORTA stuff. I saw wounded human being in front of me. I wanted to take a bad situation to make it right so I set if I can get Tyson Nash here at the start of the next period rate between the two benches at Madison Square Garden on the Red Line. And I get a sincere apology for you. Will you accept it like a man and he said Yeah. I said now if I get him here promise you won't break a stick over his head. I said I cross so I go right into visiting coaches room Joel. Quenneville is the coach which class Guy I said Joel. This is what Tyson Nash said to. The'll Joel rolled his eyes. He said you want me to tell tell him to take stuff off. Thought thought it was gonNA throw him out of the game. I said No. How about a an apology? I said sure good for Theo and it might not even hurt. Your guy prayed idea and he ran into the into the players locker room now. I'm standing with Theo. At the at the start of the next period at the red line out came the Saint Louis Blues and Tyson looks like he wants to do escape vice. Kind of you know. He doesn't WANNA be here. I flag him over. I said if you've got something to say to this man. His lip was quivering. He was affected. He said the'll hill. I'm really sorry man. He said I went way below the line. And I want to sincerely apologize and I wish you all the best and what you've got ahead of you and any tapped him on the Shin with a stick. I said Theo you good with that. He said Yeah. I'm good with that. I said boy shake hands. Let's play and they did. I thought that was it. It was nothing thing more than an apology. We can make a difference in this world and oftentimes. We don't know that we did. This showed up ten years later. Ten years later two thousand ten. I finished my final game. I'm sitting down to write. The book feel released his playing with fire book. which is terrific very dark but terrific and in that he wrote exactly what I put in quoted in my book and I tried to make the situation better so I call Tyson? Nash and I said listen. Tyson Kerry we're here. I'm writing a book. Would I need your permission to share a story with you and theo and I do recall Madison Square Garden December nineteenth of two thousand. The phone went dead quiet guys. It was like he said Kerry that was life altering that was career changing. I said tell me about it and I put his own words what that situation meant to him. And what's interesting is I go around and do a couple of NHL Team Alumni fantasy camps. And and there's there's some regular guys that go to all they go to Mario's they go to Gretzky's they you know and This one gentleman from Vancouver had been to a number of them and any he happened to see within three weeks. He saw me the. Oh and Tyson Nash. And each one of us told that story From their perspective Jeff. That's very interesting. Hang has been actually ducking an apology. That he owes me your world. Did you want to apologize to us. Hey would you do that. He had Peterson the Super Bowl. No you got We haven't ever known here. Hey Bring Boyce very contentious We have a dispute yeah. I'm sorry that you misunderstand. Go to the box. It was when you were when you had to break up a fight. Oh was there specific thing you would look forward to like all right. Here's what yeah I can break it up or did you get in maybe a few times too early and catch one number one I look for the littlest guy. Okay yeah him and I would see whether hits left or right and I commend on the weak side Okay But there was a member of the donkey. Doughnut situation with Jimmy. Sean fell in the in in the playoffs. It was a eastern Conference Final Boston. Bruins terrier Riley coach in the Bruins and Jim Sean Feld was Coaching The Jersey devils and I had gained two in in Boston and Boston won the first Game Sean. Feld had the devils come out and they were ripping right off the bat they were going to dominate physically. And Moulay I ran into Sean Burke. The goalie it was Shaun's rookie year. He was terrific. And now we've got one fight start Willie Platt Is Fighting with the the devil over in one corner and John MacLean engages Mowlem a out at the Blue Line. And Ron Huck Finn the linesmen that is trying to keep Lemay and McLean apart. So I think I'm GonNa win and help them out because they're not fighting yet and just does I go in there and it's on youtube you can watch it. McLean comes over the top with a punch gets me right between the eyes boom but not down goes freeze. Every razor stayed on his feet on skates and I just got really mad and I started yanking Poland and aggressive and I yanked Sancta Lemay Outta there and put them in. The box. Gave McLean He got Let's see fourteen minutes in penalties and Lemay got a couple more. You have the most hilarious Rolodex mental Rolodex of names like every single story just has a billion names. And how the hell do you remember member. I've got a memory like a steel trap and and I can remember plays. Yeah and you know one of the funniest things that ever happened I had two guys thank me for giving them penalties and really and and one was grants and that was in nineteen eighty and he was being sarcastic he was pissed off and he deserved to be. 'cause I wasn't very good that night But the the other guy Was Big Jim Mackenzie tough guy. Six foot four two hundred and thirty five pounds a gentleman though just a true gentleman and in his second year of pro in the NHL for the Hartford whalers. I had the last game of the regular season. It was hard for playing being in Washington and afternoon. Game Games over. Nobody's mad and all the visiting team The whalers went off at the Zamboni entrance. And then they walk by the referees room. Stick boys trainers coaches. Everybody off the ice except six foot four Jim McKenzie and little me off the ice on the Rubber Matt. McKenzie looks down at me said curious I told you to F. off. Would you give me a misconduct. I just like that. Same refill right reaction. What are you talking talking about? Jimmy said the regular season's over games over nobody's mad. He said I got a bonus in my contract for penalty minutes. I'm four PIM. Short and coach Ricki Lee never played me one game gene or one shift. I said would you say turn on a light. He said F off. I yelled at him. Say it like you mean it off. You got ten. He said thank you awesome. Where's that line though? Because I I assume that during the course of a game you hear all sorts all sorts of trash talk. So you can't penalize everybody just talking a little bit of Shit back and forth. Where do you draw the line and say okay? This is too much. You're going to Ben. Well you know what it's it's It's personal when it becomes personal I could have an few contest with with either. You guys is and if as long as we're not waving arms and and you know you're embarrassing me in that regard. If it's just between US I can I can take that I. I'm not. I'm not quick triggered. If you call me coward gutless homer. You bought the farm. He bought the farm. Because I'm not I'm none of that. Ah Yeah that's I've given players that and one coach the career ban. ooh What does that. Don't ever talk to me again if you ever talk to me again. I'm GONNA run you. Wow and they didn't they never talk to you l.. I reinstated Alexander MOGILNY personnel career banned. For just I just reinstated okay. You're off your off the lifetime ban the coach Marc Crawford and did he ever get off a whole no. I got him the next year he actually. The the game was a ninety five It was a short season when we had the players strike. So Oh were just come back and we're getting ready for playoffs and and Quebec Nordiques Mark Crawford Rookie coach Quebec Nordiques. They moved the next season to Denver and they won the Cup so in this year ninety five I had them the night before they lost one. Nothing in Tampa Tampa had a good team. Now they go down. And they're getting beat by Florida Panthers that was like twenty points behind they were they were out of it and Peter Forsberg was a rookie For Colorado at the time he gets a penalty with three unchanged left thereabouts In the game it seals the deal for Florida Crow. Wouldn't put his guys on the ice. He wanted me to escape over and have a word with them now. Once you put your as a ref you put yourself in that position. You gotta eat crow right but intended and I go over there and he ripped me most profane foul vile awful. I'd never heard from a coach and the veins are Belgian the adrenaline flicking. And I said are you done. He said Yeah I'm done. I said that's the most disgusting dialogue ever heard from coach. And I said there's not one guy on this bench your players that believe what you just said you could have got more penalties but you and I are going to save that for another day. Oh no warning. Yeah I said but for now I need four players. Here's on the ice and I need them now. Please gay men's. I am still like cooking in the dressing room. I'm with race gap up in all of the little linesmen Hall of Fame Guy and Greg Devorski as I'm sitting by the door and 'cause I always sat by the door I want to be the first line ended offense Knock on the door. I get up. Here's crow. Got His head down he said. Can I have a word with you. I said Yeah quick come on in. I should have a beer beer beer. Said I said what's up. He said. Listen I apologize you're right. He said that that was terrible. You didn't deserve but he said my team's been picked to win the Cup and and we're going like this bad had time year and he said I don't know what to do. I gave him some advice. I said Al Arbour Best Team I ever saw was the four. It was a dynasty islanders. Islanders four come come and the discipline came from behind the bench. If Al Arbour yelled at me I knew I must've screwed up. Because he never out only when there was something worth Yellen about. I said you on the other hand you never shut up. I said you got your players all upset so he said to like am I the worst. I said I'll tell you what. Ask the two linesmen they said. Oh Yeah you're the worst for sure so that verified that. I said you know what I accept your apology though. I don't hold a grudge but I will tell you right here in front front of these two fine linesmen to be my judge witness. I said if you ever open your mouth again and swear at me this is going to be your one time warning throughout the rest of our career together. It's a career warning. Would you accept it. He said Yeah I accept it. We shook hands on it. We had another beer. You're over it and next year. They're in the same time of year just before the playoffs. And they're at an anthony. Claude lemieux is now playing for Colorado and One of the defensemen I think it was Adam. foote breaks a stick on a guy late in the game. One goal game assume up. Goes the arm obvious and I am eighty five feet away and I hear crow. squeaky little voice carry all. He got out uh-huh t-boned him now he's got a bench penalty just dropped his head and he and he because he knew right career warning. I told him yeah. So Claude Lemieux came games to me says Carrie look score and the time just give one penalty. Don't listen to penalties. I said peppy you go tell grow Florida. He says Florida with the F.. You talk about we're in Anaheim. I said You tell him Florida. He knows and he never opened his mouth again. Oh Salaam I like the lifetime ban on people. That's so good Well this has been awesome. Thank you so much. My pleasure appreciate great. Cherry Frazier the final call. He's going to book out all these stories. You know what's interesting you're the most I think you're the most famous person named Carey according to the Internet so we really when you typing Carrie. Carrie Underwood Harry the warriors. Gotcha Kerry Fraser is the first one that pop star sting interesting. Well I mean I listen I would love for you to ref anything I did because I feel like you got the great temperament for it. Well I have one question for you to shoot. What is it like truly and I? I mean the seriously to be the number one number number one in your well. You always have Paul Bissonnette calling up and asking you for Tim by something nasty. Yeah No. It's good it's fun on. Yeah well well deserve a very very good time doing our job. Yeah thank you so much. Appreciate it my pleasure okay. They were wrapping up the best of. If you're still with US thank you. It means you probably have to work and we feel bad for you again. One last reminder. We back on Sunday night to wrap to recap the college football playoffs and week. Seventeen but let's finish up our best of with our best of us so we have some best of Monday readings. We have some best of boomers and we have some best of fantasy book boys enjoy narcissism. Yeah right here it is. So we're we're going to wrap the best of the best of and we will see everyone on Monday for a brand new part of my take the last one of twenty nineteen last decade last one of the decade. Damn love you guys. It's good to be back on to pay. 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We just not as much as possible. Okay I like I like that. My she's twenty five boyfriend. He's twenty seven of two years is obsessed with Dave and buster's fair so far. I don't see a problem. I really don't know where to start with this and it sounds. It's very petty but I met my wits end dealing with my boyfriend some context we have been together for two years and his overall fantastic very thoughtful kind. Funny Interesting and responsible for instance Winstons. He always brings you my favorite snack when he goes out without me even asking for them as try hard move He'll come for me after a tough day at work. I work at a call center and get some crazy ones for the most part. He is also very respectful of me. Sounds like a great relationship. We were both raised Catholic. And he's very active in the church in an overall standup guy which I admire are lot literally the only problem in our relationship. Is this obsession with Dave and buster's I'd say he's the total package is solo baggage. I'm only telling. Oh you guys all this so you don't just tell me to break up with him because although we have this problem I really don't want to leave him. I guess I'll just get to the bad part. My boyfriend absolutely must go to Dave and buster's once a week or else he throws a Tantrum. I am not exaggerating. When I use the word Tantrum? We were talking talking crying stomping excetera. It's bad that's again. Dave and buster's is awesome. Yeah under the abnormal to me. He will beg and plead and state the only thing he wants is for us to quote. Go to busters. Why are you leaving dave out of it though? Like I admire the fact that he's shortlist that he's got his own pet name for Dave and buster's basically you're in a relationship with three guys right now buster and Dave and it's it's been more than a if it's been more than a week. He'll say we haven't been in quote forever. I want to be best friends. This guy this guy is giving off major like I grew up in like some weird cult like environment right prize. Yeah waving busters lizzy mural champion. I I like this. I liked the first introduction to luxury in so he just fell in love with it. Yeah scratch MJ's competitiveness this guys. I've tried talking it through with him. MM-HMM I have suggested other restaurants even other bar cades put it has to be you. Don't have the same burgers. They don't have the power play card. They don't have the million eighty dollars midwest so many things. So many games take me to chucky cheese and I will I will throw a fucking foucault new bar cades. They always do like the hips or throwback games like Oh we have the simpsons game. Don't you love it. Dave and buster's has everything they had the hits the the old stuff. Good new stuff. You gotta go to Dave and Buster's stay away from the deer hunter that makes you accidentally zombies. Sometimes there's nothing worse than going to a nice game of big buck on. Oh then it's then it's and you select your game. They give you Zombie shot anyone who still has cruise in USA. When I tell them I don't really enjoy going with him and that he could go alone he says something? Like what do you mean you love. Busters I give you all the prices. This guy is not even about the material things about the process that he really loves. That's more than just a stuffed animal. Yeah that's more than the the the pouncey ball the crazy bouncy balls. Yeah it's it's more than like we're jelly hand things that you can slap. And let's take those are only available like being redeem for tickets. You can't find those on the normal Marvi is by beanie babies knock knock off beanie babies these days all know keychains better. Believe he's got a chance and when we do go we spend ridiculous amount of money which I split with him now that now you are a good girlfriend and he makes me follow him around to each game to play together. That's it. Oh no no. I pressed him about it and the only explanation he's been able to give me is that he had his ninth birthday. DNB's considers sitters it quote the single best day of his life. Holy Shit this guys. Jim Harbaugh yeah he might be ones this. Oh much absolutely something a shadow of this guy because there's nothing like dominating something and then being like for the rest of your life saying I just wanted to do that again. You have specific thing and you know what like the more I think about it like planning your entire week around one day of drinking food and watching cool video games. Yeah that's exactly what we do with football. Yeah and it's also what's the alternative going through every Sitcom you've ever watched in figuring out how everyone's problematic I'd go to Dave and buster's it's depressing is driving past a dave and buster's knock going. Yeah it'd be like man. I really wish everything that you do for. The rest of your drive will not be fun on as going into busters. How do I help him move past this? I really WanNa keep dating this man. I know nostalgic can be a powerful force but this is absolutely unacceptable trouble. Please help too long. Didn't read. My boyfriend is obsessed with. DNB's won't accept not going there at least once a week. We have a great relationship other than that. I don't see the any problem with this. Now you need to just. You're dating the coolest guy on the planet. Yes the only way that you can actually beat. This is if you get better at Dave and buster's than him. Yeah that's the only way. You cannot tell them not to go to busters. You cannot tell them. Hey We let's skip a week because then he'll say win. been there in forever. You can't have him go solo the only solution if you really don't want to go to busters as you have to get the high score on every single fucking game. That's exactly right. You have to win more tickets than one one time. Yes that's really it and he will never again. You'll never go again. Yeah or just like what if they go on a vacation. They probably can't go on vacation. I think probably go to vacations around even bus only in cities that have dave and buster's and I'm like you can't go overseas. They've been Tampa many times. Temperatures one on every block starbucks Tampa. Oh man that's our Monday. Andy Reid shutout that guy if we can if someone knows that guy I would love to talk. Let's go to Dave and buster's with him. Yes I will we will fly you out. I Love Anybody Savannah where you live. Is that passionate about any like weird small thing. Yes sometime fastest. Someone has to know this guy because there can't be that many guys walking around being like to go to busters because of the best day of my life the single best day of his life. I mean the staff at the Dave and Buster's definitely knows he's a regular. He's the only one that walks into dave and buster's who says I'll have the usual and honestly there's nothing cooler than being a regular at a bar. No you WanNa go to a place where everyone knows your name you show up and everybody hate here. He comes in he. Probably changes is named Dave and buster's maybe maybe they've buster all right. Hank decide what you want us to do for our Monday. Reading here the two headlines. The first I is why st men are joining masturbation cult clubs and the site called the second is my month inside a group of people who drink their own on Piss. We're GONNA do the other one. We're GONNA do the other one next week so just pick a weight beget yeah. Jose Canseco tweeted at J.. Lo If you want the truth about Alex Rodriguez call me and gave his phone number two. We want to call Yeah Com. Let's give this guy probably everyone's calling them right now. Yeah do Star six nine so we can't call you back in honor of Mr Craft. I think we should do. The masturbation masturbating Colt wait. Where's this tweet on? This call was direct at J. Lawsuit doesn't pop up very dry. I'm calling right now. Fuck this guy okay. Let's see star six starts sixteen. I still work. Yeah I think so. I think it's a fake Tampa. It's fake he got a good thing you do. It's good to block your number otherwise I would have been very bad all right so we're going to do what did you say hank masturbation Okay why straight men are joining masturbation clubs all right so it starts station needed long. So we're all we're going to skip around here. When Brandon was in his early early twenties and studying abroad he went on a trip to Israel with his friends to hike in the Judaean caves? At a certain point. They reached a part of the cave. That was pitch black. It didn't take long for someone to suggest. Yes we all jerk off in the darkness brandon now thirty five says and so we did after the skull and bones. Is that like the initiation. Yeah you you now can be a present in the united. Yeah it's fun to imagine that John Kerry and George Bush probably jerked off in the same room at the same time. Yes absolutely one hundred percent after they finish the ZIP themselves up and proceeded to continue meandering through the caves as if nothing happened they never spoke of it again. Brandon self identifies as straight. That's a great use of words are self identified so other people might not identify. You GotTa make sure you cover all your bases. When using tags like that he had never masturbated in front of another man let alone a group of other men before or in his life? Yet he says. In retrospect the weirdest thing about the incident was how not weird. It seemed at the time. Yeah it's it's kind of strange. That thought just came to him where he was like. Let's obviously obviously. Let's jerk off in this cave together. Yes exactly so. Essentially they explained like there's a whole history behind it we know. It's this is a doctor. Who wrote a book? He says we know it's common for teenage boys to masturbate together or to instruct one another and how to do it says Dr Jane Ward Author the Two Thousand Fifteen not gay sex between straight white men. What book titles called Not Gay? The title is not gay. Sex between straight white men. No Homo Komo coffin. This cave to judge Roy Hibbert in she coined the viral term. Bro Jobs you described straight men having sex with with each other okay. Words sites in Nineteen eighty-one report on male sexuality by see this is like when they go into like doctors talking about male sexuality all these sexologists share height which suggests that nearly twenty percent of men head engage in group masturbation during adolescence. Here's the deal. That's called pledging. Dude guys geyser. We're just horny. I don't think it necessarily means anything. I think it's just sometimes guys. 'd We got nut. That's in a cave so be it still type out out of my sperm okay. So here we're we're going. We're jumping ahead here in Seattle for instance. There's the rain city. Jacks a Jack Off Jack off club for men. Then who wished to per the website Jack off openly and safely in a uniquely sex positive non-discriminating mutually respectful community. Haywar sex. Do you think they they have jackets will if this feels like a leather jacket club like a motorcycle gang. You've got the patch on the back. The Rain City. Jack's every Sunday and Tuesday the rain city Jackson Erotic Art Gallery in Seattle. The furniture is covered in canvas. Feel you'd want to ask you WanNa make that look like a kill Room Dexter Okay and volunteers handouts small mall plastic cups of Lube to guess Oh please no. They try to be environmentally responsible. And people want their own clean loop so and the big question is are the cups they recyclable. It's a big it's important question. The lights are dimmed slightly in soft music. Plays while the men gather either alone or in small clusters and proceed to jerk off all the while keeping conversation to a minimum to ensure everyone stays in the moment. Should we do this for personal gold. Yeah this is the cult that we're going to join. Yeah this is. I didn't know this was a thing but it seems like it is. It seems like this is definitely a thing that people are doing now. How many people did say are in the rain city? City Jackson didn't give an exact number. Okay I'm going to look up. I'm going incognito mode looking up rain steady tracks just to see if this is a real thing or something that somebody made up as a prank. In in recent years Jakov clubs have catered to increasingly diverse younger and more sexually open clientele the younger. The guys are the more open. They are says Steve. The younger generation is so comfortable with gay eight people. They'll play with another guy even though they prefer women cash out a gun that this website. Yeah that was a bad google search just making sure it was real So essentially there's just like discount like the very real jerk off crystals. The Dan Patrick told me to listen. I don't WANNA I don't WanNA WANNA NAS. Antibodies Hobby. Because I'm sure some of the things. I'm sure watching football every Sunday. Basically are energized. Off Without Jack. Yeah we jack off our brains and is is right to to play fantasy football fantasy. Football is a Jack off club. Yeah absolutely right. It's just fancy. Football players don't have the balls to just reach down and crack doc in front of rows. This is yeah. I mean this is listen. If you WANNA if you WANNA be an Jakov club everyone just wants to be a part of something. That's just human nature. Do you think they shake hands hands after they're all done. I feel like the secret. Handshake has to happen. No before yeah. I think it's the the handshake goes on throughout the secret. Handshake is is just jerking yourself. That's the secret handshake. It's just a handshake club. But you're just handshaking Dick's yeah your own. That's how that's how you can internalize it. If you prefer women overman right it's it's essentially like a Frat as you said but the secret handshake has just cranking yourself off to completion. Yeah on its surface. The idea that a man might masturbate in front of other for men as an assertion of heterosexuality might sound strange. But in truth word points out. There's not much of a distinction between the communal experience of a Jakov club and said going into a strip club and getting a lap dance at the same time as your friend actually not a terrible point Or having sex in the same room as your mail roommate during college okay. He's Bay there's a threesome right. Yes presumably there are women president in those scenarios but the result communal arousal is the same while both those experiences are not uncommon for men in their teens and twenties. There there staunchy staunchly homoerotic nonetheless. And it's also worth noting that there isn't quite an equivalent for young women. The norms of collective arousal for men are very different than they are for women Awards says it's just common for men's sexual express itself in public just guys being dudes that was essentially is explained. The guys love to be. It's just kid stuff. Yeah he just needs a release. That's fine. How long do you think these meetings last? 'cause I would imagine that it's just a bunch of Horny dudes probably in and out in five to ten minutes. You think there's anyone in the club who are like. Yeah that guide right like he's he leaves way too quick. Yeah probably probably like just embarrassing himself. Come Rick Rick off Tom. It'd be a tough look for Rick. Yeah what do you think these parties are catered out. Assume so there's gotta be an open bar right. Yeah can't you can't just go in and search cranking off sober good. He caters you. Think Open House House like thinking of like little sandwich food and like you're thinking of corn dog bites. Yeah pigs blanket just goes along with the jerk off pigs in a blanket like it dipped in early. Works for me so yeah. This is a new trend again. Sex Positive. I didn't think this was something we'd be reading but Hank Wanted to read read so we've done it good job good job bank. Yeah all right. That's our show Hanky GonNA stick around this week all right. It's good to have you back on the show. Thanks and I'm very very excited for Lebron knock wood. I took a pill it's coming from your news. uh-huh uh-huh the only solution it the SAFE JASON WHO The last I do uh-huh oh.

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Episode 661: Its Almost Like Hermans Head

Overthinking It Podcast

1:15:56 hr | 4 months ago

Episode 661: Its Almost Like Hermans Head

"Were march first. Twenty twenty one. It's the overthinking it. Podcast episode six hundred sixty one. It's almost like herman's head. It's overthinking where we subject the popular culture to a level of scrutiny. It probably doesn't deserve the over thinkers are like a crew of surfers who also commits bank robberies. Sorry was that too on the nose. I'm a matt. And i'm here. With pete pete how you doing did. I'm riding the edge matt. How're you doing. Oh yeah just It's like. I caught my first two day all right. So here's what happened. Here's the story. The story is here as we sort of cast about for things. That pete and i would like to talk about on the podcast. The observation was made. I forget where. I forget where it was made but the observation was made i think by. Up that hbo. Max has a bunch of good movies on a lot of good movie. Yeah a lot a lot of good movies. Yeah and i had. I had noticed this though. I had not articulated it. I had kind of inchoate sense. Because once i started from i think i started from spy game with robert. Redford and brad pitt. A film that. I'm always very happy to watch. And you know. I went into the recommendations for that. The you know content merchandising that tries to make you click away to other movies and then down the rabbit hole of like recommendations on recommendations on recommendations and i guess i taught the algorithm something about me because i was i ended up scrolling through these carousels of film thumbnails and being like. Oh that's such a great movie. I wanna watch that. Oh that's such a great movie. I wanna watch that. Oh that's such a great movie. I want to watch that and apropos of nothing. Whatever it was pointed out. I think this was pointed out by me that among the good films on inch pm max is the film point break. Do you think do you think that the algorithm making the recommendation started out dispassionately. Just doing its job but the more learned about you. The more fell into your lifestyle eventually transformed by the experience. I did about what will destroyed after all you know. Usually it's the algorithm that radicalize is people and makes them do crazy things but i radicalized the algorithm and that's the difference and so from the two observations that hbo max actually the the whatever the warriors catalogue contain some good films and and also that point break is among those films that it contains led led to this where we will discuss. Point break I'm going to begin. Pete with a bit of a controversial statement. Okay sure we are pronouncing the title of the film wrong okay. We should not be pronouncing it point. Break as opposed to point. Dume or point ryan has or point. You know what have you. We should be pronouncing it point break. The contrast of stress on the first word to distinguish it from beach break reef break. You know what jedi break or all. The different kinds of surf breaks that create the waves that become the kind of the hot spots for surfing. Because that's where the good waves are and so the way you know the same way that you don't say new york to distinguish it from old york right. You say new york to distinguish it from new jersey and new hampshire. We should say point break to distinguish it from the other types of breaks rather than You know rather than the other kinds of points. I guess what you're telling me. Is that point break. The one thousand nine hundred ninety one hit then. I think it was a hit sessile. Yeah surf skydiving bank robbery. A action adventure cop movie not not adventure. Movie directed by kathryn bigelow. Its name doesn't just refer to the breaking point of individual people and their spirits or the point at which society breaks down and mere impulse talkers the world but is actually trying to teach you something about surfing it absolutely. It absolutely is men. It's the source so there's a break right so you're saying that just to make sure because this is over thinking it so we want to make sure that our listeners leave this with a full understanding of everything important about point break. Yup that a break is a geographical feature that causes the waves to break yup in such a way that is conducive to surfing. Yeah i would say that. A surf break also break. Short break or big wave break is a permanent or semipermanent obstruction such as a coral reef rock show or headline that causes a wave to break forming a barreling wave or other way they can be served before it eventually collapses. The topography of the seabed determines the shape of the wave and type of break since shoals can change size and location affecting the break. It takes commitment and skill to find good breaks. Oh oh come on. Wikipedia needs citation. And that is that is a valid if that is not unusual point and if you l. editorialized hating on other surfers or at least on the assumption that has a surfer. They don't have significant cartography orienteering skills short. So the notion so this if you've ever wondered why some places have better ways than others. Here's a great explanation. Certainly when i live out on the east coast. We have a big continental shelf. Not any coral reefs. Really that i run into. I've never really run into a big surfable waves and to think about it. I haven't run into a lot of geographical features. You're talking about in the context of waves either so that will make sense excellent. So that's that's that's that the other observation. I have people before. Before i throw to you. Just apropos of nothing whatsoever. Gary beauty is a gift from god. Just just everything i like. Gary busey is is the altar at which i worship now because like the man is absolutely astonishing. And i think he's real i think he's for real. I think that's not like just to put on for the movies. I actually think. Like maybe like the prestige. Or spoilers. For the prestige as opposed. I think gary lives his entire life as all right. Sorry what how did you find him. Returning to point break at this. I feel like we shouldn't just let this drop. I feel like this is an important way into the movie. She because it addresses what the movie's about in a variety of ways which i felt like this was surprisingly complex and gary bucy's character is part of what makes a complex. Yes part of what makes it seem like it's not going to be complex l. Imitators at it has so. If you're familiar with the podcast. You might also be familiar with our fondness for the fast theorists movies. It is no secret that the first furious movie is point break with cars. That is what it is right. It is it is very very similar. Do point break no. It has a lot of differences. Mind you but these differences existed the context of extreme similarity right very very similar. So if you've never seen point blank what you've seen the fast and furious. That's the kind of story we're dealing it. Kiana reeves is a cop who has gone undercover trying to track down some thieves and in in a in a in a youth subculture where people who don't follow. The rules are known to flock and in doing so. He becomes enamored of this subculture and participates in it. To the point of earning the respect of somebody in the subculture who he at first thinks is not right. And i guess from your out. Spoilers for point break go watch it and come back right. But he gets into the good graces of somebody who he thinks is not the villain. Right is not the chief. Villain is the wrong word because as a different relationship with villainy than point break does and we'll get into that too but he makes friends with the people he thinks are the good surfers in his case in fast and furious. It's the good car racers in hopes that they will help him locate the bad surfers car racers and then it turns out that the woods he made friends with our the bad ones. And then there's a reckoning as to what that means what is bad meat in this context and point break makes some strong choices that and fast and furious means very different choices. But you could not be indicted. I don't think are blamed for looking at movies. Like furious or other sorts of point break esque films and figuring that the original point break is very simple. Because it's a pretty simple premise. But there's a lot about it that confounds what it's trying to do and calls the question to it while you're watching it and i think that's part of what makes it good and interesting but also makes a strain credulity more than it might otherwise one of those things is gary busey right nutty character. President of the festive periods franchise. As far as i know is carried you in any way but nor nor his charactered point break so in a movies that are like this the young cop who ends up or fbi agent or whatever who ends up with the youth subculture undercover into deep losing. His objectivity has a boss right. Who comes down hard on him or who chastises him. It was more of his sort of fake adequate. Father figure trying to tell him to kind of not go. Do this thing right. Well point break. That figure exists is played by the guy from scrubs who's amazing. I love so much. She's so great this movie and What is what is his name. Which guy from scrubs Yes i should say. Because i didn't watch enough scrubs to remember which character is. What is the name of this character from scripts that i know and i don't even know the actress name. Oh john mcginley the doctor cox. Dr cox subscribes got least the snarling. Overbearing you can't go do that thing. Police boss in his movie and gary an older cop who is paired with the younger cop and who shares a lot of the way of thinking of the youth subculture even though he's older and so there's this interesting generation echo in this movie where you know counter reeves. Is this college rose bowl winning star quarterback who blows out his knee much like giannis himself did and can become a professional hockey player and decides to join law enforcement after he can't become professional. Football player becomes an fbi special agent and ghostly school goes to law school law school then becomes a special agent when he shows up to work in los angeles. Everybody is sort of like. Oh you know how things really are quarterback jock idiots right like you don't really know the way the world works and you sort of expect them to come down on his desire to say date surfers the right that he's supposed to be investigating but he's paired with this older cup. Who is a vietnam veteran and is a snarly not even sort of a snarly appetite driven. You know really kind of motivated police officer stupid but but definitely follows hunches. Policies heart follows his gut in a way that supposedly the cops in this movie aren't supposed to do no absolute. That's the first thing that that dr cox says it's in the same cinematic universe doctor after this movie. Dr cox highs fired from the fbi. It goes to medical school in any joins. Thick talent here already has an interest in health because the first thing yes canada reeves is if he had a good balanced breakfast at morning. No coffee you know no coffee. And that's and are some serious. Dr graham going on like serious. Dr graham crackers right like this. This is a movie that has a lot of talk about ejaculates like like more. That is comfortable in a movie about surfers. Which is some. i don't remember blue crush talking about it nearly as much. This movie did no sorry. Go ahead you talking about. And then he says at what we do more than anything is we like crunch the data for we like examine the database. And so he has. He has a kind of mechanistic procedural vision of of how things should go for him. As a by the book cop oh yes so that's right and gary busey is very interesting because he has he is older right then his superior And i guess has been in the fbi longer but like gary busey is not a personality that you necessarily associate with federal law enforcement right like the guys in dark suits you know who show up with dark suit suits and sunglasses and neither is ken reeves though i suppose he's closer but like gary busey is gary busey born in the forties vietnam right he he represents sort of the sixties like he represents a counterculture that was sort of radicalized disillusioned with america in the war if anything kiana reeves is a little too willing to go down the road with the surfers. He should be like a reagan youth. You know he should be like a certainly. There is a reagan in his movie. And i guess he has a kind of a fatherly relationship with with keanu with keanu reeves. But the interesting. I mean you're bringing up a kind of generational difference a temperamental difference but also a generational difference and that's something that's mind for. I think interesting in this movie. Because the patrick swayze character is will patrick. Swayze is forty. You know he's playing about his age. 'cause they don't they don't make him look younger. Got much younger. Anyway and canada reeves's playing his age. And gary is is playing. You know like the references to vietnam that is to say attracts with the actual age of the actor and the character so that lake whereas the kid working in the surf shop the like the prepubescent. retail employees. Who is selling county uses for surp- word he says like it's nice to see older guys. Getting into surfing can reach this man. I'm twenty five. The kid says yeah. Exactly that's what i mean. It's never too late to start cells ms surfboard but then actually the master surfer the like the the sort of spiritual teacher or whatever is supposed to be is actually you know fifteen years older than than kiana reef says so th there's something about the the the generation like the whether it's the surfing is a state of mind right and kind of opting into or there's a. There's a relationship you know that every character has across the multi dimensional axes of of tuning in turning on and dropping out that like Is sort of different. You can plot them all on on different axes in that movie. But i'm sorry back to you because you were. You were going this so this is interesting. So because i definitely feel like and maybe this is just my own age showing but this sort of feels like canneries is in the middle between a conflict between gary busey. And patrick. Swayze this movie except gary. He doesn't know these. In conflict. With patrick swayze he he doesn't know veggie swayze is because jerry's isn't telling him about the information but it is interesting how gary busey cracks the case because gary busey is the one who figures out what's going on gary busey despite the fact that he doesn't have access to the database he still uses deductive reasoning and evidence to come to conclusions and what he looks at this season analogy of this rash of bank robberies and he matches it up with the summertime and suspects that the people involved in the robberies are people who are in southern california for the summer and so who are kind of ignorant travelers who show up in southern california for the summer and then leave who might travel in groups who might not be on the books and who might need money for their travels and he surmises that they might is what and who might have really severe tan lines because of the moons the the camera security cameras. He's leaving the bank and he asks her teens from that that their servers. And so what are the interesting kind of. It's not even a point. Counterpoint it's sort of a point falsifiable. It's sort of sort of appointed country. Evidence is that that patrick swayze lives this life. That doesn't have the kind of systematic quality of the man right. This idea that society is trying to keep everybody on their little cars and they all go back and forth to their various places and they all do the things that are expected of them whereas he as the surf master right. He goes wherever he wants. He does whatever he wants. And he's free and not free necessarily just because he goes wherever he wants but also because he has this relationship with the ocean however he does travel to predictable places at predictable times to do his work that society is able to absorb and digest from a data perspective and determine right and the issue isn't so much that patrick swayze isn't systematic it right or or body as he's called right isn't systematic as he says it's more that because he's part of a subculture he's not be captured by the data is being gathered in one thousand nine hundred one about people in their jobs right. So there's a limit to what john mcginley can capture. If this were taking place now. And i know they did. Make a remake which we didn't watch then they would be very very simple thing to figure out which servers are on which beach at which time but at this there would be something like drones right like they'd be like facial recognition in all of that the beaches would have instagram accounts. And would have pictures of people on them right or like or like the beep. The surfers themselves would be raising money through instagram patriot and stuff rather than Or through their discord services go fund. Gofundme crimewave yeah. Yeah so so. It's interesting so i would suggest here. That bodey in point break point break is a lot more similar to heath ledgers joker. Then he is to dob thereto in the fast and furious movies because it just it it it goes back that question man for an agent of chaos suri's organized like i don't follow any rules. He's definitely keeps his passport up to date you or to go where he goes right right right. So he's he has this elaborate scheme that he always orchestrated. He keeps it very carefully calibrated. Any keeps the people beneath him. Not under the impression that they're being controlled but he controls them through influence so that they behave in ways that are predictable to him and also he does good. Hr only lets the people into his inner circle. Who do the things that are predictable to him that he feels like he has a handle on. Because there's this rival group of surfers who are off the handle violent crazy people and he does. He doesn't go near them. he's not you know they know him. He knows them but he keeps them at more than an arm's length. Even though one might assume that they would be useful in a criminal. Enterprise such as a bunch of bank robbery because he knows they would draw too much attention right so he operates he has this very slightly below the radar and being below. The radar is actually an important symbol. Not important but it's a symbol in this movie where one point near the end body decides literally to rise above the radar level in order to be seen which is in violation of his own rules which had set earlier and he does this on a couple of occasions as the action of the movie is reaching its climax which both is part of bodies journey towards a hypocrisy right. Djiboutians revealed to be something of a terrible person by the end of this movie. And i'm curious what you think about that. But but this notion that he keeps everything very controlled they get in and out of each of these bank robberies and ninety seconds. They don't kill anybody ever and you could say well. This is because he's buddhist. This is because he values human life doesn't want care about violence right doesn't want to be violence. I actually thought maybe. I should've admitted the sooner but this is actually my first time seeing point. Break or point really. Yeah this is my first experience with it. And so ever. So i had like as as the buddhist say i had beginner's mind with this with this film and you know you sort of wonder sometimes like which tropes are going to be fulfilled by a movie. You're watching a. And the for at first. I thought when. I heard you know they've never fired a gun. They've never fired a discharged a firearm in the commission of their bank robberies. I thought lake This is smart. Like he's keeping at like he's keeping the criminal charges you know more minor you know than than they might be if you discharge weapon in the commission of felony and Also there's a philosophical thing. These are like the good thieves who you know. Don't believe in violence and this makes them different from the like the tweaker bad thieves. Who are who are meth dealers. Or you know. And and just general kind of violent but no not so turn turns out. He's he's pretty pretty. Villainous kidnaps the love interest. Who's not a love interest in you know threatens to torture her kiana reeves doesn't let them go and all these all these kinds of things he does do the things you're talking about. But he just does the minute very calculated way and he stops doing them. I get not arbitrarily at the movie arbitrary. It's like part of the rising action. Everything's kind of falling apart and under pressure. You see his true colors is maybe a better way of saying sure. I honestly like the one the one knock. I really enjoyed. I really enjoyed this film. And i think it's very good on a number of different axes like For example visually. But the the one thing that i would say is if body were less obviously villainous. I think the conflict that canneries faces would stick with you more right body really were of dominic toronto. And it's like hey. This is an alternative. Not this is just a rejection of systems of honor you know and and of like virtue and of obligation person to person and we we. You know it's my body. I do it i want. He you know he really occupies like a carton place on the moral continuum And represented more like does. Hey this is an alternative. You know this is an alternative system of virtues. That exists circumscribed by the larger society. but not not entirely Not entirely aligned with it But like there is a good and there's an argument to be made that this good is better than the good of the larger society You could call it like family That like it would be it would be easier to see Kiana reeves's struggle in this The other thing. That would help. As as you say if gary uc actually presented if this were a like henry the fourth type story where you're choosing between the good father and the bad father right not like you don't be like patrick swayze keanu reeves be like gary busey and we had a sentence that no one's ever exactly that's wonderful when you can come up with one of those which which isn't that so yeah at the at the beginning with my with my beginner's mind when i heard that you know that that Pat patrick swayze played the buddy sought of surfing. You know That lake if there were a actual some sort of philosophy behind it rather than like Rather than the like the lonely island. Sketch where andy sandberg throws the ice cream cone on the ground. Because i won't be. I won't be part of your system like i feel like it would have been a harder harder choice in kind of a more interesting as of. You're a more interesting sort of conundrum that said. He's super charismatic. You know and kind of ambiguous and sort of and sort of mysterious enough you know and does seem to like draw a you know a of cadre of loss children around him like a cult leader. Who all go night surfing and stuff like that. Say you know and eats it. Patrick's roadhouse so what's you know. What can you say about that. You know it's really great. Yeah the x. Posit tori dialogue has is peppered with patrick swayze movie references which is funny right. He drives a fifty seven. Chevy piano raises surfboard. Looks like fifty seven. Which is the car. He drives dirty dancing. Oh i was tracking him. And he ate it. Patrick's roadhouse of course. Maybe they'd patrick swayze made nights ninety nine two years prior to this movie et cetera et cetera. Also also very famous beachside diner type of. Oh it is yeah. it's on. Oh yeah it's on And trotta it's agent and trotta so from my house you take the ten to pch. And he stopped the green building. That's patrick's roadhouse. It's covered with shamrocks. Oh well so so one question before i respond to what you're saying i have one question about a. Geography related to this so the beach. They go to that. Has the arsenic in the water. Yes what beach is that. Its latis beach. She has so it's like real life so it's up towards malibu. It is not nearly. I mean you. What you get is the impression that it's very near to sort of settled civilization and like you know an urban or suburban environment. That's not so it's it's you know. Probably forty minutes up the coast from santa. Monica where i which is where i grew up near where i live now Not quite all the way to point. Dume which is the end of santa. Monica bay is the kind of the malibu. You know the one of the kind of central features of malibu which you may remember from such films as the big lebowski Lord of the rings. yes absolutely. But it's almost all the way out there. It's not the other side the the the beaches on the other side even more kind of like rustic and out there. But i don't think there is good For surf good for surfing as the beaches in in santa monica back so the yacht loud ago lago beach but it is like in order to get from there to anywhere where you'd have like a city streets with a bank on them You know you'd be you'd be driving for forty forty five minutes. Oh okay cool. So that's interesting to know about it a little compression of space. There's a little you know. artistic license taken with like the location of things. Okay so you go back to what you were saying. Before the conflict point break the thematic symbolic conflict. I suppose or account of reasons conflicts interesting because it isn't really interpersonal. It's it's a. It's a home a social movie. Right like top gun. We're even remember what the girls named in topgun charlie. You remember what. The girl is named in this tyler. This is so these are so homosexual. These are about dudes together that even the women who are purportedly love interest. Have guys names and this is not the. This is a movie about maverick and goose. This is not a movie about about charlie or tyler. Right right yeah exactly. We're not. We're not making a value judgment about those names. This is is just what's happening in the movie. Given the context of the time that is being spoken but so the notion so unpacked what's happening with keanu reeves here it his internal conflict. It's tricky because it's not quite exactly what they say. It is accepted. Sometimes they do say what it is. There's a variety of different speeches in this movie that service various sorts of downton abbey. Mohan's dow the move. The thing i want to have. The downton abbey moment is the to meatball sandwiches. But i unless you want to refer to counter reeves and patrick swayze as to meatball sandwich to me paul sandwiches. Yes because at one point. We on a steakhouse. Steakhouse is on a stakeout. Watching a bank he has generally go bring him to meatball sandwiches because they're his favorites and we'll get back to that later. I often say that by guessing. We don't actually end up going back to it. But i think this time we might. So there's this idea again. They talk about ejaculated in this movie. And i do think that they're trying to tell you what the movie's about. Which is you know. Thrill less the idea of intellectual freedom as a. this is not a pink floyd. The wall kind of social rebellion this taking place wherein society is stifling people by limiting their intellectual curiosity right the when when the criticism of the surfers four the cops is that they live these predictable lives where everybody has to go to work and all the other people in society all the other people that they that they steal from and also that just exists and aren't surfers. it's their lives are dull and uninteresting But it's not just this idea that because they serve the man they don't know the truth right. They don't know that they are being. You know kind of mentally enslaved. It's this notion that thrill seeking is uniquely situated extreme thrill seeking is uniquely situated among union activity as a access for achieving spiritual and personal enlightenment and that there is no conflict. There is no asceticism. There's no conflict between pleasure seeking and enlightenment seeking. There is no conflict between sex and spirituality. Right the what's being presented as the thesis and of course this is presented by people who are villains. So you have to is. This is definitely. This is a movie where we've talked about paradise. Las we talked about the sympathetic takes of the devil in paradise lost. What you have to at some level recognize are not really the protagonistic sort of choices right. They are the tagging choices because he is the devil in the story. It's not entirely well while body is more villainous that dump. Toronto is a huge margin. It is not entirely clear that everything that bodey says is being positioned as coming from villain and so. You don't really know exactly where the movie comes down on. Interrogate this a little bit. But it's the idea that when you're out on the ocean and you're and you're surfing and you're facing death or your skydiving right when you're when you're skydiving. It's as close to god as you're ever going to get when you're surfing and you're a risky situation with huge waves. You're feeling the awesomeness of nature relative to yourself and you're in a position to achieve enlightenment that you would not otherwise be able to achieve merely through what education contemplation because it's experiential right. It's about that sort of that exultation experiences of exultation moments of exultation. And i think the thing about the skydiving is that prolongs that experience of of exultation skydiving is really a kind of tantric surfing. in this rubric in this like cosmology because you get the rush like the adrenaline. The thrill is higher. It's more intense and it's also more More prolonged i mean i. You know i will say like as a as a as a person who is sometimes unfocused and also writes a motorcycle I'll say that like one of the the great features of Riding a motorcycle. Is that your attention. One hundred percent on that you know at the time that there is. There is a kind of which is different. Actually it's because it's not that what i'm saying is not that i'm thrilled all the time but is that i'm present all the time right which is slightly different from the thrill seeking philosophy that that body has but i think kind of Kind of related to it. Because it's it's about it's about practice right. And it's about not an intellectual understanding of an experienced by kind of actually participating in the experience you know as it were in real time and and sort of sort of having the experience in kind of non analytical mode That that you know provides the the exultation that is being positioned here as you know as being As being spiritually affectatious now whatever we think about it being spiritually efficacious. No-one can tell me right that a movie produced by james cameron is anti thrill. Yeah in facts. Yup yup and it's like even the karch. I just felt like i don't know watching this. I had this just huge appreciation for a couple of things. One was the photography. I thought some of the water stuff was really gorgeous. Like really beautiful to look at The night staff the the light stuff just just incredible work working within the like the limitations you know. I don't know because like everything. If you were to make it now right it would all be digital did well. Yeah in in twenty fifteen right i. I haven't seen that one either. I hate to say. So if i'm if i'm wrong i'm gonna look like the the worst kind of eric in idiot. I know there are worse ones but the The the thing would be it would be like digital. It would all be like. Hdr like high dynamic range like you'd see like very deeply into the darks and like you know nothing would be sort of obscure and like the night photography and the kind of the the like the dark on dark like dark blue on black Photography and some of the Some of the backlit surfing stuff the ocean staff with the sun glistening off the ripples in the ocean and the sort of the bodies of the surfers moving in this you know dance like manner with with the waves backlit and so contrast that it may as well be black and white like it was really thrilling. To watch is a car chase scene in a parking lot. And i thought during a car chasing in a parking lot. Shouldn't be that exciting but like the camera is down like you're seeing like car windows sort of whip by as the camera moves stuff is framed so there's a frame within a frame of car windows that are you're kind of looking through as you speak past them to see the thing and it creates this dynamism it creates this motion and this like You know. I don't know this sense of sort of thrill endanger There's a good hand held shot like long hand. Held shot in in bodies like cult. Party where he's i eating limes out of someone's mouth or whatever it was and And then finally just the the stuff like a lot of the surfing photography and skydiving photography is is like is real thrills so you know if you're it would be it would be possible. I think it'd be easy to make the case too strongly. You know that this movie criticizes the the thrill seeking bodey Philosophy filled as it is with all kinds of thrills. Yeah yeah. I would even even say that the movie the movie has opportunities. How would i say this okay. So chowdhury's his character his movie johnny. Utah is played played quarterback at the rose bowl. And you're telling me that this is someone who is unacquainted with the feeling of exultant thrill right right like that that that i think that okay these things come to me as criticisms of the movie because they sort of feel like failures in logic but we didn't watch point break because it was bad we watch point break because it was good right right. I feel like. I have to remark on these things because they wrestle with me. While i'm watching at one is okay. If the issue. Johnny utah is that he needs to explore his thrill seeking side then he was a star college football quarterback. Why didn't he do that. At at veal hieaux state university right. If you're the star quarterback d-ohio state university. Have you really never like have. You never met a woman before right or acute dude. I don't know like he's probably met a lot of very like in shape. Dudes who have like interesting life philosophies being in athletics his entire life again. it's the mid west. It's it's the eighty s when he was doing it. It's a little bit different but johnny. Utah is a blank slate in this movie. He we learned almost nothing. About what is life is like outside of the context of the events that you see most of what you hear him lying while he's undercover. Although i will venture to say the go. So far as to not tell everyone his real name when he is undercover as police officer Which is a question that if you google. It is too obvious to provide an answer Do do police officers undercover use. Their real names when they do it but not only that but he's in a bank robbery division right of the fbi. Where yeah you know. Dr kats is telling you that we do things by the book. But he's screaming it while talking about jackie relating and your partners gary abuse eating a bunch of meatball sandwich. Not a boring job so it sort of feels like it sort of feels like a little bit akin to i'm thinking of things like pilgrim's progress or dante's inferno where there are things that are put forward that are supposed to be bad. That are still like so. They're fantastical in the service of the artistic project to a degree. That makes them seem awesome right like when they're supposed to be bad right. It's i don't think it's bug. I think it's a feature right. It's johnny. utah's. Life is not boring if you just if you were merely to be riding shotgun with gary busey chasing bank robbers right. Did his would be fine. Diana daiei write right but but but part of it's sort of what it reminds me of or what it makes me think is that this is not a movie about family right. That's what it gets down to is that we talked about the fast and furious. Being about the conflicts paul walker and vin diesel. They have conflicts about their social roles and who they are with each other and this question of well what is supposed to be doing in this movie because it turns out that bodey is actually a sneering hostage taking women murdering friend murdering villain and torturer right so like of course. You shouldn't be doing what he says. But if you think of it as less like where you belong and more like who you are it seems somewhat like bodey becomes a dimension of himself that he's exploring i mean that's that's i guess what we mean by saying that the movie was what we mean by saying. But it's a it's an aspect of its. Home associati may be. I think this is a really good homeless social movie because it blurs the lines a whole bunch of counter intuitive ways between other people and the self how do you see in other people and what you seen yourself and i would even say that the performances seem like aspects of the self. It's almost like herman's head. it's like all right. i think. I don't think this is done on purpose but it's a product. You mentioned james cameron right. I think it's a product of camera. Would you say each one for the other is a kind of blue alien. Okay so kathryn bigelow is say. She's a more accomplished director. James cameron but she's up there for sure but you get the sense that the movies unrelenting desire to thrill in every scene is something that perhaps came down from james cameron a little bit because it feels a lot like him right but this idea that nothing is boring. Nothing in this movie is boring. And so there's no contrast between the boring parts of life and the exciting parts of life. The tagline for the movie is one hundred percent adrenaline hundred percent. Pure adrenaline ripe is. That's what the movie is selling it for you. And if that's the aesthetic ethos then it creates a consistency in the style of portrayal of the characters. Perhaps in four by the film editing with they're all sorts shattered fragments of different kinds of of the same maelstrom of the same mental. Maelstrom that you're in. Which in this movie is located in the audience. Surrogate of johnny utah. It is and and you know of all storms this is definitely a maelstrom that is true but like just to kind of ring. The changes on that. I don't know if you noticed. But the the the titles The opening credits like the the words come in on opposite sides and go across the screen and kind of like overlap. Each other so point comes in from the right and break comes in from the left and they cross each other with the letters like you know making a cutout pattern one against the other until they get to two point break same thing happens with keanu reeves and patrick swayze. Where they're you know they're their names actually kind of melt in the same fashion graphically within the first couple minutes of movie. And so that like the idea of you know the idea of that. Melding the idea that be representing kind of different aspects of of a similar thing i is i think is born out like at at almost every level of of the design of the experience of this film. Also right like they both go into water together kind of like roll around in the mud. you know and fight and wrestle and you know get baptized and get reborn and what is dead may never die and the whole you know the the kind of the whole thing and then they like they you know. They jump out of a plane to get her right. Cannery was like superman's down on top of on top of patrick swayze and you know as they tumble onto the ground wrapped up in the parachute and swayze kind of rolls out and counter reeves is still covered by the parachute. I'm sure you had the same thought that i have. Which was i hate in the post when the sheet covers one actor and not because that is so unreal. So okay so. I i think patrick swayze skydive more fifty times. In the making of this movie. I read when they were doing this. You see their faces like they did add themselves. That's pretty cool. Yeah definitely so. I think this all gets to that decision. That johnny utah makes the end of the movie to throw his police badge into the ocean. Which from the standpoint of people relating to each other in sort of a grounded everyday way makes no sense right like you're in another. You've traveled to a foreign country. Don't throw away your identification. You might need it to get home is the are the cops paying for your flight home. Are you just not going to have your ide- like what are you even doing. But this isn't that kind of movie this is a. This movie is taking place in sort of homoerotic mindscape where the consequences of actions aren't quite exactly as as you might expect that most actually don't take place in that kind of spot. I shouldn't say homoerotic and he's really almost social. I guess there are homoerotic aspects to it. I feel like it's an important distinction to make the idea of. Are you exploring and relating to this other dudes body because you want to learn about your own body right because you have a desire for understanding your own body and how it works and and and you sort of see yourself as another person versus are you looking for another person in front of like a personal relationship yes you know you know however like romantically you can see that but are you looking for another person for an interpersonal relationship or is it really about kind of working out out yourself or or like even even down to the level of like proper is the proper functioning society the domain the domain of men and the relationships between men and and actually no alternative to that present in in the film right like you. Can you can be the sort of You know who you think who you think are the chaotic neutral. But who are not to be the chaotic evil right bodey lead patriarchal society or you can be the doctor cox whose name is no accident. Movie hatred article Patriarchal patriarchal society. But in either case in either case it is the kind of men doing man things. The relationships among men like i. I want you to like put on this blindfold stripped down and dive into the pool and bring me up to bricks that supposed to be but i. You know that that like that. That's the that's the sort of thing this is you know. It's sort of like you can be in really really the two modes of society are you can be in the first half of full metal jacket or you can be in the second half of full metal jacket but not being in full. Metal jacket is not an option right. That at least kind of this movie's representations space entertaining. Yeah there's no saying grace at the end of this movie. There's there is no. There's no michelle rodriguez. Okay so i did want to. It's it's sort of does point. It does put break a disservice to talk about it only in the context of fast and furious but i do feel like i need to mention a couple of other things. It is notable that the that the love interest is not bodey sister and is is not related by blood to anybody and nobody takes care of her right as opposed to in fast furious where he jordana brewster is dumped. Oh sister and is sort of being taken care of by the group there is no there is a rival gang that gets scapegoated for what the main gang is secretly doing They're not asian right so like that. That'll think isn't in the movie i guess. But there's also no are there any there's no non jonah reeves who is multi-ethnic but is there anybody else in the movie. Who is in white dog. I mean i thought were dog was flirting with like with. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah kind of exotic exotic sizing yeah asian pacific islanders or hop up people or something like that that like there was this with all his extravagant tattoos but the other than that a lot of los angeles is not presented as a place that has multiple cultures that are in conflict with each other right. Like that's not part of the style here. That's not eldest subculture of searching usually. Well you could make the case that right along the coast. That's not inaccurate and certainly wasn't accurate that the time. Well yeah sure for sure. Yeah definitely but it's a different idea of sub culture in the sense that it's like oh they live among us and they are not known to us. Yeah but it's not because they're subalterns because you know they are. There's ethnic minorities does not because these are people who are don't have that are outside of the traditional employment because of their relative low level of privilege like these are. These are dilettantes that we're talking about these are like these are the kind of volun- voluntary sorts of transients who come in and out of town plenty of money. Because they were up banks and sort of day they actually represent even though there they like. The relationship to the president's you know is not is not entirely worked out. And it's not it's not meant to be. I mean you're right that these things come off his criticisms and that's not to to praise point break not to bury it under the sand. We we came to just hold it under the water. You know until it kind of sputtered. Yes you know as a new new more exotic thrill seeking version of of itself but like oh god i forget even where i was going with that pizza that this isn't a movie about family. Yeah the only movie that is not about family. All the other ones are about family. Point break is just about yourself and if you're a dude which is ironic because directed by women. Yeah it is exactly it. Is that when you really think of what. Here's here's the point. I was trying to make when you really think of what those as you say. Dylan's what these sort of trans-national surfing crime click must be right leg. They must operate at a level of at a very high level of sophistication. Right like in that. Like you're you're You know as you say about the joker Like you your carefree. Lifestyle requires a higher level of discipline and organisation. Yeah and that like You know someone had to pile all of those desks up so that you could make your kangaroo court that final decision to throw the badge in the ocean is more about johnny. Utah coming to terms with the part of himself. That's like bodey. Not because he is attracted to not. Because boaty convinces him by his words or deeds that he that that's the way that you ought to live but rather because he recognizes in himself ended his own response to impulse. Those same impetus. is that the surfers. were engaged. it. I think i think that's the idea is that he's like he's written on the edge and gone beyond the edge right they say the the boundaries of of kind of how you can live in and not. Leave it all so. It's all sort of pseudo psychedelic in that respect. This is sort of trance state. You're going into and once he's gone beyond the boundary. He can't come back right. it's not. I don't think he comes to the conclusion of the of the movie that the laws useless. He doesn't even seem to have a particularly sophisticated notion of what the law is or does it's like mad. You know you killed a bunch of people you gotta go to jail. And it's of like he's earned. It says it. As if that's just i mean he has a sort of he says it has if that's a natural true. I think that's actually. That's the that's the interesting thing right. Like he becomes you know he becomes. If patrick swayze was an agent of chaos counter reeves becomes an agent of balance. You know sort of like the water like the the ideal surfer and ask them like how bodey asks him. Do you still surf music. Every day. you know every day i still surf. I still am out there like riding that edge and you know and doing it and even the even the idea of like you know. I'm not going to let him Taken in you know that like that there is a that i my. My sense of justice right is satisfied and sort of natural consequences of things is satisfied by him electing to end his own life by like walking into the raging ocean that you know that it is like a natural phenomenon like you did these things and here are the here are the consequences and and a little bit like jibes with what what bodey said about like every fifty years or something like the quasi mystical like every fifty at not even a mystical the mystical thing that like things go and fifty year cycles and you know nature comes to to really show us our place you know. It's almost like kiana. Reeves arrives to show him his place places. Yeah no longer. Among the living can tell that johnny utah is the one who is going to bring balance because when bodey asks him about surfing he says he does it every day and he says yeah but i hate sand is just roughened course and it gets everywhere so it's really it's like poetry it rhymes it's so funny to watch point break having not washington a long time and did not able to avoid the idea that it's been influenced by a whole bunch of movies that were made far after it right because it because it feels of a kid with so many other movies that feel more contemporary and it doesn't even feel all that data and i mean there definitely are things about it. That are not the way that you would make it today. The most dated thing is probably the music which feels vary like. There's just big brassy orchestral village music sometimes which which these days would be like. Aw aw they would just like turn on an inkjet printer inside of a bathroom. But instead it's like papa. Papa papa papa give upon johnny going to pop up or record i mean some of the surfing stuff is has like really beautiful kind of exultation guess a type of music and that like it's it's almost it's almost meditative right like it's almost kind of induce a trance state It doesn't mean it makes the argument you know with the capital lay then for first surfing right and i. I think it's interesting that it's probably. It's probably perceived if not definitively thought of as both the best surfing and the best skydiving movie. Right like it's i don't know i don't necessarily i've i've heard it described as the best guide having movie more often than have heard it described as the best surfing movie. And i think that if you were to speak to a surfing. There's probably movies that they like better. But i don't think anybody would laugh you out of the room if someone asked you. What's the best surfing movie as you said. Point break right because the way they should. I mean this movie is like top gun. In so many respects one of them is the way that surfing is photographed and presented feels reminiscent of how the airplanes are are filmed the represented in top gun in that there are very very strong stylistic choices that are being made that are that are different from the style that the rest of the movie is presented in and and that in a give this activity this real dimension right it just feels like. It's this throbbing. Living flowing thing right the surfing in this movie. Even if everyone's so al they seem to be cutting away to a stock image. I've also seen you know in in some comedy show from the eighties. That also used it. Like in muppet babies. I seen that picture of that soon. Nami before. they're not that many different ways. That were that big But yeah it's definitely a facility to film them was not as sophisticated as it is now with like tiny lightweight cameras that are in essence disposable and stuff like that one shot of patrick swayze coming up through the tube right where it's like a medium shot and he's coming towards the camera and he's twisting to make it through. Shot is amazing beds. Good at anything. That's that's as good a shot as anything i've seen you know contemporary right. Like i can't say i get. I can't think of any shot. That's better than that shot at doing. What it's trying to do Just from a even from a performance point. It's like it's just like it's perfect. It's perfect shot for what it's for what it's worth music by mark. Igam who also. I had some good some good cops who is an accomplished. I film composer who also did Oh come on. Where's where's the one. That i wanted all kinds of things little man tate. Cool world remember that the animated little man tate is on. Hbo max also want to do that. I look like. I haven't thought it would be twenty years we can. We can be a mark isham. Podcast just has all of his all of his fellow. Ver schmitz blade he. Oh okay he did music for blade sir so okay okay okay. So it's not like the music so whole movie is like that. 'cause you're right. The music during the sequences felt really you know if not if not modern than than certainly not tied down to convention and it was it was buoyant and it was. It was powerful. It's just that there were certain scenes that felt like they were being pigeonholed into a more conventional sort of thing but maybe just stuck out because the other stuff wasn't so bad but blade has great great soundtrack. that's that's awesome great scoring. Yeah surfers shirts so there there you go. We're we're nearing the end tight. The tide is is going out. And i feel like we're just getting started. We're just getting started on this film. I don't know where to you. You're you you know you're you're the local here and i'm just surfing your break. So you you tell me. What's the last thing that we're going to concentrate on. Well where does this. Where does bodey fit among the patrick swayze character. Okay there you go. So i'll throw this no shot there have you. Have you seen the answer. This is certainly no for absolutely everybody listening to this. But have you seen bryce denise at all which is the Do hardine from the artist. Right did a did a surfing comedy both. Tv show alaa ali g and a comedy movie in france that is about a surfer who lives in niece on the mediterranean sea. Who is waiting for that one. Big wave right now. I know of not seen it so he practices the religion of buddhism which means he worships the character of body from point break and he has a has a framed picture of patrick swayze in a shrine right in the quarter of his room and he talks about and i mean the big joke of the movie is. He's waiting for that one fifty years storm. We didn't call it the fifth year storm but the one big wave that's coming and he's in nissan the mediterranean sea. Where of course it would never come. There's never going to be a big wave. And then and the movie he goes to the atlantic ocean is like. Oh no this is serious. This does actually. It's here but he's trying to surf on the med which is like a swimming pool. But but i bring that out because the character of body in point break is i think in the zeitgeist Occupies area of this placid transcendent utterly chill. Patrick swayze sex symbol spiritual symbol right both of confound meant and fulfillment of a new masculinity right. Like patrick swayze is so many of these great artifical males that have this a newark type. It feels like a new kind of thing. I mean patrick. Swayze is is a bigger james. Dean james dean. I'll say that right now. Like inter inter in my mind in terms of as i think about it defining the idea of a new masculinity for his i think. In retrospect patrick swayze's reputation should only get bigger because he's the guy from dirty dancing. We're just going to ignore that as a touchtone dirty right exactly dirty dancing and that that like That he sort of brings it. The what is say about los angeles of the air got dirty and the sex got clean over the like over the time that he had been alive. Since the since the sixties or seventies when he you know when he'd been when he'd been living you know yeah. And i mean like i and patrick swayze comes to to. I don't know like the outsiders. The the renegades not be violent angry on composed renegades yeah no rennick. His characters have an uncommon valor. You know and that like every time he comes over the horizon it's like a ask a rosy dawn or a you know like Pinker pinker orange. You're like very very brilliant dawn. You know 'cause. I mean some of his compatriots. Some of these movies like rob lowe in like young blood or like various people in red. Dawn seemed part of this project. Yeah exactly but but bodey point break isn't bodine point break. That's the most jarring thing about watching this move. Yes that's right. Yeah because we think we think when i think about voting for point break and when voting point break is parodied or referenced in some other piece. I think what's usually being referred to is john. Dalton from roadhouse is like dairy curtis from the outsiders body is a psychopath right. I mean maybe psychopath is the wrong word. Because we don't want to get i. He does have sociopathic tendencies. Vote is not entirely unlike. Kill monger in the sense that he does exhibit demonstrable sociopathic behaviors. So his core argument may not necessarily be his problem but he has problems with self harm. He has problems with like extremely callous disregard for others. That cares about you know. He has problems with sexual violence right. Which was you're sort of characteristic of of psychosis right Of but as distinct from mental illness right sort of sociopathic behavior. That wouldn't necessarily get under the dsm. These sorts of this sort of way that you manipulate people. In this extreme charisma bodey is a fraud because he's presented as somebody who has this qualities because he is enlightened in some way but it turns out that he's a sociopath right and he's he has his charisma's the charisma sociopath. Sure your he's not and he's not he's there's a long list of things that he's not that he could be kind of mistaken for like a surfer burnout right a sort of like a body like sort of beach buddha. You know The or like a you know a person with a person with a like a plan or like the man with the plan right like the the the idea that he has a coherent case against against society like he really doesn't like society because he is you know because he doesn't recognize that other people are people you know society because he he can't really forma doesn't seem like he can really form attachments though he. He's pretty sad when that one guy gets shot but leaves that guy's body in the middle of the desert without thinking twice. I mean there's that line that said on both sides of the conflict both gary busey and patrick swayze say at right which or if not them then people adjacent to them. That don't hesitate right. You can never hesitate of and and when gary busey is saying it you get the sense. It means something a little different than when patrick swayze is saying but like patrick. Swayze that picture of that parachute in the desert just sitting there blowing in the wind. He drives away in his land. Rover is like that's brutal. Yeah with the money. The the money that had been in nakai's bag right like just floating in the wind and it's not even it's not. He didn't even get his money. And so yeah. It's it's it's notable mostly well because it's a huge left turn at the movie seems to take and it feels a bit jarring and you would expect the movie to be more like that serious where dom toronto at the end of the day has a bit more of a. You know a good reason. Not a good reason. he's more defensible. I mean also in in in fast and furious part of the danger that the cops recognizes the danger to Toronto and his crew if they continue to rob the trucks. Because there's going to be a general ratcheting up a violence. There's no there's nobody is here saying man. If all the banks keep getting robbed. Somebody's gonna start going charles bronson on this and it's gonna get bad even though that does happen in the movie it isn't even address serious problem right. But that's not what. I came to say when i came to say is that the idea of boaty is bigger than the portrayal of body in the movie and there are certain movie characters. That are like that. Where when you watch the movie. They're not really like that. They're not really like how you remember. But the character has reverberated in the way that they've reverberated through influence to an extent that that other characters still exists. You know and it's i mean a movie that is filmed in the same so that the football scene where all the headlights are shown shining through the hair of everybody and everybody is this darkness. Surrounded golden silhouette. That's actually the same beach that the beach scene in the karate kid films and that's another movie that sort of like this one in that you were. If you were just sit down and and gather from what you know about the movie who daniel larusso is you would expect the karate kid to be like a very sympathetic and positive person but then when you sit down and watch what he does over the course of the movie where he's like you know be really rude to people that are trying to be as friends sometimes like punching and kicking them and bringing in an old man to beat up a bunch of children right like like. Maybe he's not as defensible right as you might remember. Maybe his his conflicts are different. The karate kid is different than you remember it right because dale rousseau is a character is more complicated and not as nice and also like more threatening right more sort of sexually threatening more threatening in general Then you might remember him being and certainly more than you would make him. Where you to try to remake the movie without watching it very closely so this is why this is why you really like cobra kai in other words the where we've arrived at the end of our conversation about point break is everyone go on netflix. Watch cobra kai cobra. Kai so good and this season is great. It's going real slow. Because i'm watching it with my wife. And every time and adults just commits just flagrant massive incredible malfeasance in their negligence toward their duty to children. We have to stop watching it for an episode or two and it happens every episode multiple times. So it's just you watch that show the latest haven't i haven't i didn't i. Didn't have youtube red. Which is now youtube. Premium didn't have any of the colors of youtube and So i just. I never got into it and so i have to start from scratch on on i will. I will give anything away too much because it's so so good. It's so much better than than anybody thought it was going to be when it came out. I think and it's not just because the karate kid needs criticism because honestly credit card was longtime ago. If we don't talk about the credit could ever again. You know that's fine but it is a very fun and compelling and interesting show and but one of the things that it involves like the credit card which should not be surprising. Is high school aged children getting in karate fights with each other right which is presented. Unlike in the karate kid so as you might remember from the karate kid the you might remember the karate kid as being a situation where the kids are fighting each other and the adults aren't really around or involved and that there are a lot of stories like that which are sort of fantasies or stories like the chocolate. Or whatever where they're kind of boarding school stories or like stories that are from the perspective of high school kids where it's like nobody can help me with. The adults are just not even existing in any sort of like really plausible or feasible. Way that's not the case with the karate kid right. The adults are kind of setting them on against what you don't remember from. You might not remember from the karate kid. Is that the rival karate. Dojo are like using the children against each other at varies really highly inappropriate ways that gets fleshed out considerably in cobra kai where there are karate fights among teenagers where the the utter disregard for their safety by. The adults around. Them is entirely unforgivable. But you know that's not that's part of the point. I suppose speaking of which are there any. I know this is a different idea. Like the culture has kind of moved on the issue of you know on the issue of like children. I i will say adolescence right and kind of what kind of proper way of Of dealing with them is one thesis you could advances that like the electronics. The the the the is phone you know and have made have made these kids today more docile and that they're they're Whatever the they're not having sex right like the the. This generation is having sex less than the last generation. Was there just like. I don't know they're sitting on instagram. Goading each other to self harm And that kind of when you look back at that like rough and tumble vision of a vision of of kind of what a an adolescence was lake in reseda in the eighties. It can be a little bit It can be a little bit jarring you know now you know even our upbringing which were received left in the car all the damn time. I got attacked. You know whatever you know. It wasn't big deal talking about getting attacked left perfectly safely in my car seat. The windows cracked in your car. The sort of thing that you would be arrested for these days. You know so these kids you know. Maybe they should join these gang and get pushed beyond the women. Because they're they're really you know. Just a generation of you know generation of of of blue flame quarterbacks who needs needs to learn a little something about the real world. If that's the one thing you take away from thing. I take away from watching. This actually is actually watched point break because it's s. It's kind of more wonderful and more strange. Then you think it is and is is alike definitely like a worthy kind of artistic artifact worth being preserved. Talked talked about You know and i would love for everyone to have with their smart. Funny friends The kind of conversation that we've had with us tonight so if you want to join hours is up in the comments. Tell us you know what you remember about point. Break what you remember about the eighties and especially what kind of things were done to you. Child thinkable unthinkable to be portrayed in a comedy about children. These cobra kai podcast. Sure enough. we'll come back to cobra kai in a and you can do it then all right everyone catch up on one division. That's your homework next week division. Yeah that's your homework for this week and You know Until then we're glad to We're glad to talk to you. And pete i'm always glad to talk to you. Yeah likewise definitely man. So we'll be back next week for overthinking podcast. Visit us on the internet at dot com where we subject to popular culture to level of scrutiny. Pro romney not a single person has gone. is there even a radical in this movie. there's a radical.

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PETE SCHWARTZ vs THE HAUNTED TOOTH

Pete's Paranormal Universe

19:39 min | 10 months ago

PETE SCHWARTZ vs THE HAUNTED TOOTH

"I told you last week doc. I'm all alone out there twain losing lately man. I'm just losing it i. I didn't ask for this life. You know this isn't my life now my world not for me. No thanks have. I told you. I've been living with the ghosts in my best friend right now. He's abandoned me. I'm not sure why he's gould off in the middle of the night like ooh didn't even leave a note and i know i know it's so hard for ghost if his pick up a pen but man couldn't made more of an effort anyway. I lost loose on halloween store last week. So been squatting. In the attic of this vacation home found by the beach. The pretty nice place seems like a nice family to from the pictures on. The walls haven't actually met them yet but some are around the corner so i'll be meeting them real soon. Okay yeah. I see that judgmental look. He's escaped me. But hey remember pal. I'm paying you to understand me. Got it good okay. I'm going to stop you right there. Piece first of all. I'm not a psychotherapist. I'm a dentist second of all. Are you telling me that you've been secretly living in someone's attic that is burglary and trespassing. Miss your shorts that some gary busey shit. Have you seen that movie. Hydro the house no well. That's precisely what you are sir. You're the hider in the house. Hey man where else do you want me to go. My vans broken down the middle of nowhere. Plus i think the cops are looking for me. Okay so are we going to finish the root canal. What let's take a look here ono while. Oh no your tooth is infected here. I'll give you an antibiotic take care of it. What's wrong pete. I hate to be the bearer of bad news but this tooth is cracked. Yes so pass it off. Let's get this over with if the crack was above the gum line. I could but i'm afraid it's extended to the pulp. There's nothing you're telling me. I'm losing those tooth. After spending all my pandemic relief money on a root canal. Fox sake. I know i know it sucks whatever. Go ahead and pull it out. At least the pain will finally stop. Okay all just freeze you a bit more and you'll be out of here in no time there. We are good as new all right now. Just keep gauze on by down as you can keep fighting for the next two hours. No solid food for the next twenty four hours. He'll up by the end of the week. I'll cry on. can i. it see what the tooth are. Right here is broken. Up and bloody follow guy cannot take on. I suppose so our guy you know. He was our favorite little boy teeth. Don't have genders mr floor. But if they did and your tooth was your very own boy and you really loved him you would have taken better care of them. How dare you sorry. I admit that was out of line graph growing the truth. Here you go. do you. Put it in a little casket for you on the line. So i think i can handle alright right so tallying up the bill here. They'll be five thousand dollars. Wow a seems pretty a little steep for tooth extraction all the economy. Yes it's terrible. Isn't it five thousand please. You're lucky. I cash not a word. warning your take cash due to the virus we can only accept cash if it stuffed inside a sock all right. I forgot here. I'll take one of these off. Sorry my feet stink for. Go on my socks today. That's a lot of deal all right. So here's five k with your name on a dock. A ready to me later that night after stocking up on meal replacement beverages. A- drove home in the rain with a dead tooth in my jacket pocket. Usually i stay up in the attic no matter what just in case the family who owns this house suddenly returns but tonight with the insufferable Panel i decided to treat myself by sleeping downstairs with my head. Elevated my feet rested a blood clot formed where my tooth used to live. I didn't think much about little toothy until i swallowed another shot of cannabis oil and soon enough. He was all i could think about. I took his grace. Yellow remains out for my jacket pocket and reflected on my negligence over the years. I should have taken better care of you too. I whispered may the tooth fairies have mercy on your soul and then i cried for a long time not because of the tooth but i felt like shit on the inside. Look at yourself shouted in my head. A decaying criminal unemployed homeless and light years away from home. I need a distraction. Let's see what's on the tv show. We maybe fashion television epoca colorized. You maintain the december seventh. thank question psychopath. Watching trump figures presents. Bb rogers hider in the house in brazil international. And all that. I was in a lot of pain over the twelve hours that followed so i popped advil bad. Tv until i passed out on the couch. My empty stomach whimpered. The hard part was over in the middle of night around three a m. A strange sound awaken me. Something in the hallway like a ringing sound thought. The homeowners are home so i froze their on the cavs waiting for the front door to okay stops now. I can hear a voice in me. Sme- little voice was getting louder repeating itself and then i saw glowing force a piercing spec of blue light hovering in the corner of the living room. The lights flickered as my eyes followed it all the way. To the foot of the bed upon squinting. I could see its true form and believe it or not. It was my tooth. My dear boy toothy had returned and he looked just like an angel crack remained. I looked close enough. I saw two little eyes and a mouth pointed eyebrows. He looked angry. Yes my ghostly. Little too had some unfinished business to attend to for shore. I must admit. I was a little frightened but not too frightened because like come on. It's a tooth ghost. How bad could it be little. Did i know who is this. Dr freed middle. Yes it is. Hey it's me peace for its from the other day. Okay pete of my phone number. I'm a detective buster. I get what. I want Lock question for you. It's about Sewri pete i'm on vacation so you'll have to call the office and just a couple of quick questions okay. But i really don't have time to great so last week. I'm at the grocery store right now. Get a hankering for some crushed semolina. If you know what. I mean so. I grab in couscous off the shelf. And i can't believe how expensive it is three bucks for one bucks. Cheapest option like there's no way man. There's no way. So what i do is when i get to the code. I opened the box. Poured half the couscous. Because really i mean. I only need half. I only need one coupes and the girl behind the counter. Holy moly upset as opposed. It was a bit of a mess to clean up. It's still customers come. I failed anyone. Coolest why the hell would i pay for to. What the hell are you talking about. I just wanna pay for what i need. That's what i told the manager to needed. Koos no problem by a koos. You know it's the kind of service. I expect from a grocery store. Anyway i really gave that manager of peace of mind and in the end i got my way. I paid a dollar fifty for half a box of couscous. Injustice was restored. But my questions was i the asshole not situation yes fair enough fair enough. Moving on to question number two pete. I have to go put my kids to bed. Fine but please let me just ask. Do you know anything about tooth huntings to your going to well. That's great news. Doc is the too few policemen heart in the economy for days. When did this start first time. I saw the ghost was the night you pulled it in little toothy has been visiting the every night since you did. What doesn't hurt me or anything. Is this wales in sobs. Trying to make me feel bad for not flushing. It really is so super annoying. I couldn't sleep last night. So i buried in the backyard. Maybe that'll help. Oh no teeth really resent that sort of mistreatment from their former owners. You must dig up that tooth at once and apologized profusely. Apologize to a tooth. I don't know that sounds like a waste of time. It sounds like your tooth zoned for revenge. I hate to say it. By burying the tooth. You may have dug your own grave. See this is why we don't usually allow patients to keep their teeth after extraction. It's a rare occasion but if the spirit of the tooth is vengeful enough it can come back from the dead. Well it already has. No i don't mean in ghost for the thing could mutated grow into a new being entirely a tooth demon. Some real kronenbourg shit You have to dig that up before it's too late is doc. Hello looks like we lost power. I mean i'm on a cell phone too. That shouldn't matter. But whatever. I'm coming for toothy. Hang in there buddy dug in the garden until i felt the tooth between my fingers at tried pulling the soil but it was stuck to something. Swipe pulled harder and heard a snapping sound vines or routes then the tooth came loose perhaps to loose in fact when i looked down at my fingers but who was gone mere seconds ago i felt it firmly that somehow that slipped away so i dug deeper in the mud. Fishing further for the kerr's molar. No luck the rain picked up so much so that i couldn't bear it and ran back in the side locking the kitchen door behind. There are no lights from the microwave or stove always dark. The floor creaked beneath me as i fumbled around reaching for the light switch and clicking on forgetting i found a flashlight in the cupboard so i lit up the hallway and made for the washroom feeling intense pain in the hole where my to used to be. I can hear it speak again now. Flask sounds like the voice is coming from inside by mouth. Oh fuck all my jars. Currently am i bleeding trying to get a look with a flashlight but on guile protruding from the gum line. I can see a black tooth shirt wall hanging there waiting to be pulled out what the fuck happened to the dentist. Leave a piece in there. I had to get it out fast. So i grabbed a handy pair of pliers or has is going to hurt you got if i returned this shard back to the tooth the spirit will finally rest in peace just dropped it down the sink. Great job asshole. This power really wants to come back on not there yet. I'm admittedly a little afraid to leave the washroom guys your that grunting sound. It's a team like the dentist said see now in my mind. Standing at the end of the hallway the bleeding roots decay throughout its putrid skin enormous black teeth breakthrough the quivering gum tissue the covers. It's frail body. It has no face dead. Teeth all over unsmiling. A walking gum disease comes just the dog. boy. I'm not going to hurt you. Shut up on. Oh shit dude similarly boned a my way or this one gotta to think fast what the hell is going on. Is there a hider in the house. Burma we've been burgled. You want to said stay in the car. Lock the doors. I'm calling on a month long. No no. I'm not listen to here. You filthy cre come with your hands up. Give you a headstart before the cop show up all right coming out. Please don't kill me. I should do my best sir. I am deeply sorry for squatting here and your lovely vacation home. I i just been here for a few days. I will gladly be on my way Unless it's cool. If i stay one more night absolutely not here are run rights. Oh god no. I do not i do not ever rape. Ou serial rapists are all the same. Get on my house fine. I'm going oh by the way. There is some leftover koos in fridge. And if you find your being stalked by a tooth demon in the middle of the night just pour some sugar on the floor around. The bed should leave you alone. Tim hortons cereal. Works to yeah to team would hate that. What else one. More step. And i'll shoot god. Damnit will blow your brains into a fine pink mist. I'm going. I'm going and if you think that's the end of the story you're fucking idiot because it's not really. Hello pete a wake today. I actually who'll turn that yawn upside on deploy. 'cause i got some news for you. This better be good. It's better than good doc. It's a miracle. I found this new dentist online see. His name is dr norton and he runs a business called. Do it yourself dentistry. Anyway he does cool thing where all the work is done by the patient. You see so like he'll send out all the dental tools you need for the surgery and use this perform the work yourself following his own handwritten instructions. That sounds extremely dangerous. What's the doctors name again. oh doctor norton. He's the best thing is i was trying to put it in an implant for that tooth and i think i messed it up. I don't know. There's a lot of bleeding in swelling. And i was wondering if you could maybe take a look at it tomorrow. Why not go see dr norton. He got arrested last week. I'm not sure what that was about. But oh pete what am i going to do with you. House boat i slip you extra five k. To squeeze me and tomorrow morning what do you say suck a toomey or actually no wait Each transfer it to me already done okay. Are you sure. Would you rather come in the morning and the afternoon. I could fit you in around two thirty. I'll see in the morning doc. Bite and early.

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Gary Busey & Tattoos

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Gary Busey & Tattoos

"This idea for a movie or a town were basically. You could take any kind of photos you want however you cannot put the per anybody's face in those photos into if you are in possession of a photo with a face or You know if your face appears in a photo you're in big trouble so a lot of people there. I'm imagine their transfer each other on the bus by photo. Shopping in their Nemesis Masai faces in here Maybe they bite on the deep web or something and no faces are allowed. That's all I got right now. It's all I got Master we are now descending onto earth. What our next orders. All humans. You heard the master. We must proceed and destroy all humans star are dissension onto earth. Excuse me excuse me. Please do not touch my unblocked. I'm with the. Tsa Did you say that he has that right man idol as well but it. Tsa All away. I Apologize. I don't know where my head was at Blaise Blaise proceed. That's the way I gotta say. Welcome to twenty twenty anchor has been such a huge inspiration to me over the past couple of years ever since I came across Anchor Dot FM. It's an APP in the APP store. It helps you. Make your own podcast. This is the whole reason. Why you're even listening to my podcast. Right now. Anchor is free. It enables you to collaborate with other anchor utilize irs. You can leave messages for each other. You can record up to an hour all at one time but you can record many little segments in there. That doesn't doesn't mean you have to record a full hour. At one time you can record little tiny segments and man. It's so great because anchorages distributed out there too. I tunes Google podcast. Tune in breaker spreaker radio public a whole bunch of places and man. It's just wonderful just too naughty. You are becoming the media walking down. The median here in the middle of the street kind of by this museum is a guy and his dog is to sit in there in the middle of the street. This dude is out here trying to Panhandle he's got his dog out there. The injuries have you ever seen anything like that. Yeah something has to be done about. This talked to this dude right away right a way away. It's not a dog those backpacks. Thank God it's not a dog. Thank God but they're just like standing in the middle of the street. No problem standing there hanging out. It's crazy to absolutely wild. Never my life. Did I ever think that I would see this kind of thing? And I don't luckily luckily I didn't Yeah it it. Start worrying me starting to worry me that this dude head. His dog out there On this little tiny island begging for food but but luckily it's just backpacks it's crazy. It's a tiny little island. It's a little tiny spot. Little tiny spot all right Can Get Zeke. The proper food needs here. Took a picture of it. Won't hold water. Excuse me do you know where I would find this. That's it Oh yeah okay. Cool thank you. So much one is the one five pounder founder. Hi Good how are you? Do you have any of your own animals. Saddam Husky go cool. Yeah forgotten snow. Husky took has never got to do before number No I don't think so. Hurt not sixty forty every year for myself. Take him sliver she yeah. They seem to really really love the snow. Those dogs to see like the Eskimos Mush Mush. You just pulled by a whole bunch of my cousin had a couple of huskies and they were just like they just love around around snowing. So crazy Yes your help. Keep thank you to a lot. Take care all right. That was pleasant interaction. And you see how these kinds of interactions can happen. Trout lives quick. Simple easy You know quick simple and easy. That's how it's how the interaction can go. When this teenage I was at the post office I became that guy at the post office. I did go back. I know some of you guys were listening to the other episode Where I took you upped up to the post office however I had forgotten Edris so I did end up going back up their case. Those of you who are worried. Jesus did Kurt get back up to the post office. Was he able to to send that letter to Sag? After was he was he able to get it into the in the mailbox on time. I'm here to say yes turned out. I had some envelopes at home so that was helpful so I was. The ACI bought a book of Stamps. It's no longer a book. It's a sheet for the fillet people for those of you. Who Don't buy books of stamps? It used to be a book Just as the prices go up it becomes less and less on a sheet. Ak- A book. So I was the guy up there saying you know. I'd like to buy a book stamps kinds. Do you got you got a whole variety. So she brought out all these different stamps and one of them had sesame street characters on it. I was going to choose between there. Is that one and there. Was this really interesting. Horror scope one but I went with sesame street. Because how often do you get Ernie Bert Big Bird Oscar. The grouch grover. How often you get you get to see those guys? It's a rarity so which by the way if I'm not mistaken. Doesn't Disney own? Muppets now think Disney owns muppets. Right Miss Teenage Disney seems to own a whole heck of a lot They pay their employees Low wages that's how they were able to deliver that kind of quality to you other able to spend millions upon millions of dollars for film projects. That's how they're able to spend ten million dollars per episode on the mandatory. That's how you get that kind of quality so thank every Disney employees. Both at the parks and shooting within the industry. Thank them give them a big thing. Thank you because they are. They're working hard and it is from their blood sweat and tears that you dear dear listener are able to Travel to Disneyland and pay the low price of two hundred dollars. A ticket and Twenty dollars for fries. It's how that works and curious how passable it would be to make a theme park. I haven't seen a brand new type of theme park. I don't know if it costs a lot of money. I don't know I figured this day and age. You can get away with some key. Kick-ass rides highly technical knowledge is rides for a lower price would cost to create create. That stuff all over again. Go with what's already there. And then you build expand upon the. I'm thinking I'm thinking there's got to be way build a theme park. Have the employees? There's at least is twenty bucks an hour fair. Wouldn't it be every employee Knicks at least twenty bucks an hour? Then how do you keep the prices? Low to keep the prices low coming in. How do you? How do you factor in electricity maintenance repairs paying for the building the actual rides building the actual attractions? Something to think about something to think about something I'd like to do. I saw some time ago. Heard Schlemmer catalog company from Germany. Great unique items really unique items. And a lot of times see him very small quantities. Small amount of products very highly specialized. These are these are people who got their own doing stuff out of their garages. This is like the kind of stuff that is just paid close attention to. They really put their care. Their effort their loved their appreciation into the creations. And so one time I saw there that they were selling a theme park for like six million dollars. It didn't come with any employees or anything and all these different things. They're like a train. You could ride on all kinds of slides and roller coasters. All kinds of fun stuff and so I saw it in there. I thought Oh my gosh. How cool would that be? You could go in so many directions with a theme park. I mean Gosh grew hush just imagine you can you can have it be all kinds of different themes while you could go on a lot of fun directions with that. Just imagine making your own characters if there's a theme park for Pokemon imagine if there's a theme park for I mean you could have an entire theme park for Simpson's seriously could family guy all that you just keep going rock and roll rock and roll it so there. You have it Further today I was looking up at the clouds floating past and it looked like a wife to the left. Her husband behind her a daughter and two younger sons and it was moving. It was like a sideways photo. And it was moving along this guy morphed a little bit and then the woman kind of pushed further away Morphed into something I thought. Oh It'd be so funny if that was like a family photo And again it was like a Gremlin. Their Home Gremlin. So I've been looking more clouds morphing and I've also been looking more at bushes. Morphing sort of blurring my eyes and allowing it to be what it wants to be no judgment and RECOG- recognizing that that it reminds me of something yet not feeling the need or the urgency or the desire totally even call it out on it recognize it let it go let it be and just see what it can be and allow the shadows allow the in betweens create certain things like right now. I could see sort of a a bird. Face too is there's the beak with its with. Its perched there so I think these might be some of the beings that dolores cannon talks about is the keepers of the garden. See the trees moving. The antenna trees moving. They noticed me talking about them. And if I were to believe that there is an echo of my intentions than certainly would if we each had something to do with the wind. There's no evidence against it. There's a song I invented a while ago I would play it with Daniel figure. Really Phenomenal Guitar Player. Used to live upstairs jayme all the time. Oh man we created Lada. Just great sounds. We saw Dick Dale on Wednesday or Thursday on Santa Monica Pier and so the song goes were goes on and he goes on on the outside. A goes on inside. Goes on on the outs And then behind it. Is this beautiful chorus. Like what goes s goes While so just imagine it like. Just ooh a angelic tone. Is that frequency of what the inside and outside of its vibrating in that in between state in that in between both here and there as John for shanty from the Red Hot Chili peppers talks about. He says the notes other ones that are in between. It's what's in between that counts. So that's where all the ideas are. Aren't they the right there in between how do we get more into the in between? How do we get in there limb analogy? How do we step into it between here in the shadows? How do we do it? Wow Wow WHOA. Maybe seeing shadows maybe shadows. The representation of shadows is a is a representation symbolic representation of that idea of the idea of being out of alignment with ourselves. We're out of alignment. The shadow shows shadow does need to show itself for wearing their blissful exhilarating state which is what that source energy gives us. That's the idea in a way to win that Inbetween State. That's world degrade. Channeling comes from on the great wisdom comes from. It's like that not thinking about it stated. See what what's flowing past. And what am I? What am I going to go ahead? And in grapple onto its leading me along whereas it moving me. What kind of exciting adventure are we going on? It's an unknown escape. Escapade CASCADE CASCADE CASA Cossiga. That's a tiny tiny house seat the because he deluca. That's a crazy house. Tiny crazy house casino guys. Who with a halfway house? Where these like just really is society would say insane little people if the Caserta Akito Kito Loco Loco Makita lucky Lupita Okita Kazaa look local. How would you say I guess? Lok Cossiga Loco? Yeah tiny crazy tiny house hunt while made ooh and maybe the house they live in is for regular you know just you know standard height people whatever that would consider none small person so so. It's a challenge there too because they're all using step stools are trying to get up and get this stuff of the people in charge of the house are they. Maybe they're very tall now. That would be interesting. Would if the house was built for for tall tall people. Those are the people who are helping out there. They're just site and so you know so. There's no way that these little people could pass touch imagining oatmeal cookies. Ice Cream cereal chips all that stuff. That's up there counters dishes coffee cups etcetera etcetera so other insteps off limits mentioned. It's like it's like a you know it's a it's a I don't know if it's A. Is that a halfway house. We don't know yet. Haven't really named this place but it is with people who are and I would say that. They're they're just in tuned. May We're GONNA finding out very very in tuned in in someone always and Peop- you know. Most people are not reading them correctly. They took him at this face value. This crackly radio station. Maybe that's all it was but once you get in a groove with someone now that was something popped in my mind the other day the idea of getting into the groove of something trying to understand people's humor because I'd like to believe when people make jokes sure there are those times roots at the expense for the people. There's sometimes those times where you take into consideration that prisoners saying the joke. Now do they say this kind of joke? This hurtful kind of joke frequently is a rarity. It's rarity goes excused. Kind of Friday urged supposed to Or maybe someone feels justified in being little randy. A joke Knowing that they're usually the person who's standing up for the little people so they're like. Hey I got you know. I got licensed to be able to fire one of these off once. Maybe it's one of those kind. You don't really know All I could say is while I'm talking here. I'm looking at this This group of trees. I keep keep drawing sort of like a like a like an outlined through highlight of yellow but like a Cran like Cran Marker. That would be cool. That'd be cool. Invention a Cran marker interesting krant mark. I've never seen that invention before. If you're going to invent this you'd better talk to me. I get it rock. And we'll get it rolling the CRAN Marker Dude. You better believe you better believe it to achieve it man better believe that to achieve that mom man. I'm wondering if maybe Kitty I'm wondering if maybe the invention is Kitty Kitty I there are you doing. Hi Kitty. I don't know if you have one of those things. It switches back and forth. I've seen those ago. Which is the thing. But this would be imagining. Somehow it it it it it evolves to at once maybe the marker instead of ink. It's it's it's wax. Is it possible getting a wax to such a degree? That it's a basically liquid interesting. Would it be helpful for Easter eggs? That's for sure it's it's cranes while so krant is kind of like one step away from being a candle you just add a wick to it. I predict right now somewhere to party store. There are candles that look like Koreans done. I predict somewhere is silverware. Candles are civil war candles candles in the shape of silverware. Predicted predict I predict somewhere in some party favorite store. There's a stop sign pen. Appendi- gotTa stop sign on it I mentioned passing that same store a kindle. It looks like a stop sign. This is for crossing guards. You know when you WANNA get a crossing guard something for for even a toll booth person anyway. Construction to construction you. I'm sure construction people lack of stop sign memorabilia spray. Paint guns you know. People can have those in consideration when they're putting the white lines in the street If there are companies that that that allure them around the holidays. Hey you don't consider my spray paint gun. Consider my spray paint. Four Mines Space Spray. Paint Gun It is compatible with all kinds of spray paint. Guns it really is is the best in the BIZ. In the beeswax. Best in Beeswax. Do Make crayons out of these works. That's a question that's on. Everybody's mind beeswax. Is it possible to have beeswax without clipping the wings of the Queen? Bee from what I understand. Jenny tells me that something that happens in house reading up on it. It does happen. Is it necessary? Who comes at of Browse talking before? 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Everybody wants to know. I duNNo. Everybody wants to know purdue Darren everybody wants to know everybody wants to know. God wants to new. Yeah Walston no that's right and motor wants to know okay have buddy. It's odd that that's right. That's right go on the field right and John found through to the June TCM. Dad's threatened competing an out of sight. And it's alright. It's OK books two G to do to your job just hanging out and just hanging out on the wire. He's just a normal day. That doves life is watching the world unfold before its very eyes unfold. Be Words very is? Can you imagine measures and imagine this kind of commentator where it's so quiet but it's like so deep? Though what they do is they just put the microphone so close to his mouth and then the the amp the volume that I'm GonNa see close. Okay no no no. That's that's too cliche. Is A bird back. Burge HAVE MORE RIGHTS THAN HUMAN YIELDS YIELD. Ale is a game against the wits between silom floor kingdom filed order and species feathers versus hair co ause. Bruce's anchors beaks versus mounds and Nostrils Oscars ause. It's cold Shen. You're you are GONNA want to regret rat who wants to regret something. Raise your hand. We don't have enough regrets in this world. We don't have enough regrets in this world. I iphone and taking a stand I'm building. My protests sign right now regretted animus welcome to regret nine of us. I know you will regret something. I know you're all expecting to regret something. Within the next twenty four hours I can feel my bones. I could feel it kills. So let's get right down to the brass tacks you sir. What is your name? State your intention And what was the other one rufus your name or earn Shearn Your favorite cram cler. I I don't know if that was one of well they might you know that. Yeah you throw that in there. Throw that in there. That could be one of them. your name The thing you most want to regret anything in most regret in fee and fry five words or less pleased preferably and then we'll get on to the next people right there right rufus funeral. It's how we do each and every single time. Okay thank every single Wednesday all right all right every single A. Okay thank you mallory. Every single statement. Yes that's right. That's right that's right. So what is something okay? So yes you sir you would do. Ram World Okay and wealth. The other things. Are you most regret? Not Eating Nets Sandwich for lunch earlier to drag. Okay okay. That's good. You're heading in the right direction heading in the debts. Good that's good. You're you're divulging divulging secrets which is really the main the main thing we want here. We want all the skeletons shake him out can take a bulldozer that but to those closets Knock him out over. Who's GonNa we're just going to knock all the the the the ghost is the God lease Andy a skeleton scaling skeletons And the ZOMBIES. The zombies is What have you so that sound good? That's what we do here in this groups Water Air. Yeah so okay. See most regret not eating at saying we try to. They make you feel good. That's for sure all right. That's good. That's okay no I mean it doesn't I know that's not good. Thank you thank you. Thank you for sharing and and The thing you expect to regret what's the most expect to regret are by one. Regret not going to Disneyland Tomorrow Okay. Why is that something you really want to regret tomorrow work? Oh did you did. You have plans to to go there. Somethin' did you. Have your heart set on going out there. It's supposed to do the happiest place owners working Word help us place on earth cease. Which I see what you're going going gone. That's good that's good. That's good that's good. That's good that's good okay. Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha Gotcha. So you want to regret not going to Disneyland tomorrow. Right right right final answer. It's worse urged. Okay all right So you Ma'am Mallory right okay. So Mallory what. You're okay so yes so you you did sign in right. I know you told me. Your name at the door. But okay so you signed in you put your you printed and I can't my signature to okay. Good good good. That's what we need here. We need who need a good Crisp Clean Society? We need a good crisp clean by the books and Non Corrupt Society. And the only way to do this week. Write it down on paper. It's archived it's there. We put it in the safe. It's ERLA airlock. It's airtight. We put it in those same bags that they do with the comic books. You're talking about with the backings barricades yes. Cfcs in these are hermetically sealed. In if it's a whole whole process so it is so important we write this down. We get it down. Thank you so much for design here. Yeah Yeah I thought you said you did earlier okay. Let me put my pen jer. Put him down. You put them down a few one. Okay this is we want you to feel. This is a comfortable place a place to be feel comfortable place to really really get the gears turning right you get the gears turning you get the situation burning the imagination going right we say in the in the in the in the mission steaming you get the imagination going. So how do you got to get the nation going? You are what you read. That's right that's right. You are what you eat. And what is it that we eat right? That's right we'd the imagination and then it just keeps us going like asked wheel. Yup Against Wheel keeps on going keeps on going. You know keeps easing up these online and on down the road this season use undone room so a okay so you regret. What do you regret? What was the thing you regret? I didn't tell you feel like maybe did no. I don't think she did. Then get too busy soon. So that's right that's right that's right that's right. So what What's going to regret not big will with my allowance. When I was eight years old. He's be closer to the microphone. I regret let thank you. I regret. You're welcome. I regret not that I regret it's good. I regret not have not getting a big wheel when I was sixteen years old and I really needed it because there would be the best way for me kids in my college classes. That's that's a unique one in this teenage just their go-get-her attitude in wanting to go into colleges and doing what you can with what you got. And but I didn't have the tricycles what I'm saying right right right right right. I regret not buying it with my allowance when I I hope you get what I'm saying Right Barry. So you okay. So you're going to college classes. That's pretty cool. Yeah okay so then what would what? Okay so what do you? What do you regret? What do you think you want to regret the future? Oh that's an easy one and sneezy one or not so close to my phone okay. That's an easy one. Okay what what is it? What do you think it is? I regret not being being able to eat garbage. Because there's so much of a new world gonNA fight you eat it and it could be healthy for me. I could psych closer. I could save the world really good. I could save the world by doing that by eating all the garbage so I regret not being able to do that. That sounds like a realistic gold. Especially because now in this day and age every detail. There's getting the more nanotechnology. There's getting to be a lot more. Interest in being able to control things. Micro minute -Ly Micro minutely. Ooh That's good. We just point a new phrase micro minute am I. C R O Dash M. I. N. UT A. L. L. Y. Usually you mutually ooh micro mutually. Oh that's interesting micro minutely my girl. Minute Louis Micro minutely yeah. Mice Euro Dash M. I. N. U. T. E. L. Y. minute Louis. Yeah yeah micro minute thank you everybody. 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Hey He's I'll be used only bitch junk only seventeen. I'll probably seven. Don't I'm trying to see if you're trying to save your as much as a hundred percent. I'm Gary booted gasoline. Here's your fun fact. The worst Zombie is never used in the movie. The night of the living dead stay tuned Inspir- protective for more fun facts. Just seek it about how but more than a decade ago was back in Chicago for Christmas I used to go back home for To Chicago for Christmas every year I just saw an infinity symbol on the ground of course a rubber band shape of infinity. I love it right when I'm about to launch into this so the deal was Kim Cassidy. owned a bar. Her family owned a bar and on Christmas Day. I think it was the night of Christmas Day on Christmas Eve. One of those two. We need over at the bar and so in a sense it was kind of like this high school reunion so I I come across all kinds of old friends and Kelly Sanchez. One of my old friends from acting classes at Columbus North high school girl. I always had a big crush on and I didn't find out later that she had a crush on me so crazy. How that stuff works out when we're In junior high or high school were just too bashful. Even tell people are true feelings about that. We hear about it years later and all of a sudden it's too late. They're married or Whatnot it's just view. Our young youngsters right now Let people know how you feel about him? You know there's a girl at school. He really dig this letter. No just think about. I know I know the feeling embarrassment of being turned down. I know the feeling of embarrassment can can really feel like death to people like Oh my God. Embarrassment is just the worst I I cannot live through that and it takes a mindset and a willingness to redefine how you view embarrassment so it's not necessarily something that is worrisome or a fearful know consequences just a result of an experiment so yeah just just let them know you. Just don't want it to be too late anyway. After this particular bar at night I think it closed at a particular time and then we ended up finding out. There was another bar that is open and I think Keeley at this time was on. Tv show called related. Something like that. I've never seen it but But she was on TV at that time and her best friend. Carrie or Cindy Cindy my full power for listening my path The Best Friend. Cindy we try to get to this bar. And it's like just packed packed to the Gills Longline People trying to just get in. Get into this place. Get into this place and Cindy says something about all my friend. My friend is on TV. She's famous guy goes. I don't care if you're on TV or not. And I thought wow it's so interesting how you think particular things in life. There are those particular things that are like you know the particular cards. I'm putting that were in quotes the cards. That people play They they choose to play. You know to some people. It's the oh I'm OCD. So the chip they play that card said. So there's this sort of like a leniency In that in that room or oh I am I'm from a family of blacksmiths. You Know People. Make Fun Blacks. Okay I should make from the black students or home By the way I on I had a dog that ran away when I was five. You know that sort of like the targeted thing. That's like Oh you played at Carter. Leniency so that was the card. They always the car. I'm famous card and it's interesting because the value of that it's almost like it's it's like you feel. Picard. It like Chucky cheeses fulfilled was hundreds of dollars. You cannot play that card at a what's to say well Taco Bell or some kind of Chinese food restaurant. You cannot play that card there. It's not gonNA work. There's value there. They don't recognize that value. So it's interesting that idea of that sort of presupposed ideas to what they think the The value of a of a word is or value. A you know well. I'm the Mayor of Toledo. Oh then by all means sir go ahead. I don't know what Toledo is by all means go ahead So interesting Zia she. She was using using that as a as a As a card was credit on it she was basically trying to use that. Excuse to get us in. It's through the line to get us past the line. Oh my friend is famous. Oh She's famous. Okay right this way and now they and now the line gets you know. Oh you're recognized by X. Amount OF PEOPLE. Okay by all means right this way. Let me carve out a path here for you by all means right this week. What's that you said you're the captain of your football team? Oh my God okay. Everybody clear the line. Clear the Polla second. Hold on a second you. You're telling me you're a sous chef. You're a sous chef at a restaurant okay. Okay everybody right. This way carved this path crowded Hispanic. Wait wait hold on a second. Oh you're the one okay. Oh you're the one who invented my pet rock right this way right. This way that holds cloud debt holds clout. I will recognize that value system and I will treat it as such so value is placed in a in different in the eyes of different people. All the time A huge star of of. Let's say symboblic. Let's say there's a huge news musician you know star. Just everybody loves out there in. Zimbabwe David Hasselhoff Germany. Type of thing. But it's happening out there in Zimbabwe and these people are just going head over heels for this particular pop star but then PABST comes over here. Nobody knows that they're pap stars. They have no idea what those songs are. They've never heard them. There was no hint. That person ever existed. And so now it It causes quite a few different reactions. Like on a desert island Is it really going to make any difference to the locals? How much you paid for your shirt. Is it really going to make any difference to those locals? How much You had to buy. Y-you certain wristwatch for something. I mean unless they valued at particular country but if these people are trading goods with coconut coconuts and seashells. So yeah just an idea value now. This is not to say anything bad at all of this doesn't come off. His is is is Throwing shade towards My friend Kelly because that is that was not the case. It was just a an example in showing what happens with. I don't know I don't even know if the right word is Celebrity celebritydom out. Even know if that's the correct word just just the idea of value thing just add value. It's such an intriguing thing to to keep the is up. Thank you so much for the TSA for for for dropping by saying hi. Thank you STU. Strauss from twin peaks for saying hello. Thank you gary. Beauce see from twenty four hours of for Stub by saying hi. Thank you so much Henri de Horse for an extraordinary fun fact. Thank you Kelly Sanchez for the extraordinary. Yes and ability that you have. Your improv skills are off the charts and I really truly look forward to the day. When when your your genius you've been able to switch in and out of characters. They can barely barely barely shown What you are capable of in these roles they've given you and so happy that you're out there I'm happy for you and your family and Gosh I would just. I would love to see you in a sketch comedy show. I think that's my next mission. Future billionaire self. My billionaire self Let's say this. Is My bill billionaire self speaking from the future? I currently have put together a sketch comedy. Show like a Saturday night. Live Kinda show. It's dreams live and it involves Kelly Sanchez. Jason macneil Michael Sodhi Phil Downland Jerry allow level heavily. He was a great great improv actor. Jamie wise nother phenomenal improv actor Just these these great guys from Chicago were Oh Ryan Oliver. Another Great Improv actor or Ryan. Barnes nother phenomenal improv actor. Darren tuned or yikes phenomenal improv actor. These are people who Really Dedicate to that ensemble spirit and who anyway. They so much everybody for listening. If you want to be a part of this program please. Email inspiration project edgy. Mail DOT COM. You can also follow me on instagram. Instagram AT INSPIR- auto project. Oh let's be friends on there. Let's be friends on there and please if you've got a podcast or you're a filmmaker screenwriter You make videos submit it to the KA POW intergalactic film festival Caputo I F. F. DOT COM CA POW AF DOT com. That's going to be happening. Twenty twenty one so I look forward to screening your project up on the big screen. Let's do it. Let's work together.

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A Bunny Ears Very Special Christmas Minisode

Bunny Ears

09:33 min | 1 year ago

A Bunny Ears Very Special Christmas Minisode

"Me Gag segment. You turn the brand the bull die. Kill me Welcome to a very special edition of the bunny ears podcast. Merry Christmas so What I did last night was a little mad libs with everybody on my twitter account called? Mac libs ah but yes I asked you guys. For Nouns Verbs Adjectives adverbs etc.. And what we did was we mash them all together and we did the night before Christmas with all of your suggestions Russians so I am actually. I have not read this thing before. So you guys are going to hear it live on this very special edition of the bunny ears. PODCAST CAST and yeah without further. Ado We like this without further Ado Angler. Read the night before Christmas. With all of your suggestions I I hope I don't mess this up. Okay here. We go was the night before Christmas when all through the love shack. Not a creature was stirring during not even a fuck weasel. The come buckets were hung by the chimney with care hopes to Devon Saleh. Soon would be there so. The children were nestled all snug in their beds will visions of Gary Busey danced in their heads and Mama in her dirty Britches in I am a jockstrap had just settled our brains for a long winter shat when out on the lawn there arose such a but stuff I sprang from my bed. She was in my poop away to the window. I fool a potato salad. Tori the shutters and threw balls the moon on the breast of the new fallen mayonnaise gave the luster of cocaine to the objects below. What did my wandering? Wieners did appear a miniature sleigh and eight tiny fuck weasels just to fuck with a little old driver so quickly and quick. I knew in a moment. It must be John Stamos. More rapid than a planet pussies Lucy's his courses they came and he whistled and shouted and called them by name. Now bano now Travolta. Now Ron Jeremy and peschici Ashi on McCulloch on Liz. Oh undock under in Mifflin Lane. So the top of the swing. The top of the Fuck Nook no masturbate away mastered away masturbate away all as leave before the wild hurricane splashed so when they meet with the obstacle mount to the fuck balls so up the house top the courses they flew with the he moved full of emotions in Saint Nicholas cage to and then in a twinkling. I heard on the roof. The coming in swallowing of each little hoof drew my head and was turning around down the chimney. He rose McGowan came with a goat. She was dressed all all in banana hammocks from her head to her. Dick and her clothes were all tarnished with ashes and my wife's boyfriend abundant Dora's she she had flung on his back and she looked like a peddler just opening her butt cheeks his eyes how they twinkled his dimples also merry his cheeks relig roses his nose like a cock shaped birthday cake. His little mouth was drawn up like a bow. The beard on his Chin was white as a dental trump rally. The stump of a vape pen. He held tightness teeth. And the darkness openess encircled his head like a wreath. He had a broad face. And it'll round Cochrane. That shook when he laughed like a bowl full of more bowls. He was fertile in moist. A Right Jolly Old Elf l.. Laughed when I saw him. In spite of the Metoo Movement a wink of his eye and twist of his head soon gave me to know that had nothing in my but he spoke at a word but went straight into his work and filled all the condoms then turned with a jerk and links finger aside of his nose and giving snort up the chimney he rose. He sprang to his Volkswagen to his team. gave a whistle and away they all flew like the down of a thistle. AW SPLEEN EAR. He drove out of sight. Fuck you to all any my balls. Goodnight Merry Christmas Miss. y'All thanks for listening and we'll catch you in the new year right piece. mm-hmm the what the take five three nine four six to crippling coca media l. Just walk extra video about having coca manian being obsessed with MacAulay Culkin and I just wanted to call and check officials actually real remember. It was state. But I guess it's real so Yeah really really related to that. Video is married. I resonated with My childhood obsession with MacAulay. Culkin covered from but USC oddly obsessed with math when I was kid and Yeah thankfully I recovered and I have now re we integrated myself into normal society. Although I still know much we can lower still no Too much about about MacAulay culkin. Random Facts Kinda Kinda freaks. My friends out sometimes but I've mostly recovered so Thank thank you for. Raising awareness about this condition by athletes can bomb in phantoms. Yo like what you did you little jerk. My son is suffering from cocoa mania. Every time he gets in trouble he wants to leave. He's trying to so in the front yard so he can go to New York. Can you talking out is it crazy tape here avalon. I'm totally stolen wrestling. Gimmick when are you going to kick things Hello this is why and and I just wanted to say that. I had no idea how to talk. I had no idea any of this and I listened to the little episode and Lucky me. I had had just gotten done watching doll face. So you're talking about your lady friend and how she's mattress and where he's gone and all of this and I'm Mike hold up. Is it penicillin and lonely. Hold there's precious Brenda at the end of the episode talking about Liz. Oh and and I just got to say I love that so much. I'm so happy that y'all have this cute together sounds great and Yeah but you I love you. I got coca mania. My birthday backup. Find Me Gag. Take me to the Bundy ranch. Oh my God let's.

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Like a Homeless Top Gun

Caffeinated Humor: Sarcastic Comedy For The Masses

10:20 min | 11 hrs ago

Like a Homeless Top Gun

"Welcome to caffeinated humor where sarcastic humor and massive amounts of coffee slash caffeine. Go hand in hand before we get started. Do me a favor. Subscribe and follow the podcast. Listen to as many episodes as you can be sure to visit the show. Notes check out the affiliates and help support the podcast. Let's get on with the show. Everyone welcome to caffeinated humor. You know one of the interesting things you find out about social media if you really studied it is that basically anything can be set online and as long as enough people re tweeted say it over and over again it becomes true. I mean look at the the recent election. All you had to do was be on one side or the other and want the rumor to be true and all of a sudden it is unless. Of course you have. One senator senator weiner who kept showing oddly enough sending pictures of his weiner to a young age girl see when they've got proof like that they can just pull up the photos. It's sorry that's the you can't bullshit that you can't look back and go. My never did that because you did that. It's like oh a pitcher of your really. You can't claim you didn't take it at your dick unless of course you want her seriously. Go the route of claiming that somebody staged a home. Invasion robbery yanked your pants down. Got your card took the photo and then ran off into the night. I wouldn't put it past him. He's kind of a squeezy senator. You know he may. He may claim that before much longer. I realize his career is over as wife left him. He's got not much of a career. I'm sure he'll try and sneak back in because lord knows politicians are the most forgiving bunch. You've ever seen there are all kinds of scummy. So they'll accept him back eventually. Just a question of keep swinging. But i think when it comes to rumors and things you see online you get people that take it so seriously. Like they believe everything that they read and it's almost like that old silly adage while if if it's online it must be true because people wouldn't write a li- a- please there are people that live their lives lying online. I look forward to starting shit online yet. I think. I brought this up numerous times before during the last election. No the trump and hillary. I heard that people were unfriendly people because of political discussions so i set out and spent a week trying to get people to unfriendly me. I was taking part in political discussions and in the same common thread. i'm taking wild swings at trump. i'm taking wild swings at hillary. I'm claiming just outrageous things and you know what by the end of the week. 'cause i promote the podcast and the blog that it came from on facebook i got five thousand friends. Do you know that only five people on friend me. it's like really. I'm trying though. I mean i went out of my way to insult people and be rude and thrown rude shit out there and it's like nobody nobody would take me up on it. I kept saying he kept saying. If i hear one more word about the election i'm gonna unframed people and i would immediately pipe up with me please. I think so and so's a criminal. I think this is a criminal. I think they're both here and in fact they were caught having sex in the hallway right after the last debate. Nothing it's like wait a second. Don't threaten to rid of me and then refused to. It's like either take me the whole way or don't take me at all but i think when it comes to fucking around online. A plausible story really is a kind of the the clincher. If you can get a decent story in there you've got an eighty percent chance people will believe it especially if they want to believe it. But if you take all that misdirection misinformation fake news all the things that exist online at. Throw them all together. You end up with today's episode like a homeless topgun unto today's caffeinated humor. Sometimes when you don't see movie stars doing things like they've come out with one movie a year and then you don't see him again. Your mind starts to wander and then if you you have my mind it begins to make things up and activities that they must be up to in between films up to in my head and it's pretty bad. Here are some of the stuff that i have put online. Either impasse blogs podcasts or just screwing around on facebook. one was lindsay. Lohan is wandering around. Hollywood boulevard addressed as liz taylor in a drunken bender and assaulting the homeless while this may or may not be true during their heyday was tightly possible. It's not the way that i intended it to sound. It's not kind of like the cool hot way. It's kind of like this nasty chick on bender but The next was harrison. Ford is rumored to be riding his horse High on painkillers and ketamine riding his horse through upstate. New york hitting the homeless with a polo mallet. Now oddly enough. There seems to be an early trend going on with the homeless here and that does doesn't seem fair. Now the next is. I thought this was interesting. Because i doubled down on the whole is lindsay. Lohan thing and it was lit. I actually put this one on facebook at about a dozen people. Private messaged me asking if it was true that leonardo dicaprio has been seen accompanying miss low. Hand down hollywood boulevard dressed in the same liz taylor outfit now one of the early contributors to the the blog made up that line and i immediately put it online. I'm still laughing at it to this day. Now some things turn out to be true. I put it either in the blog. Podcast or online and then all of a sudden it turns out to be true. I did a whole thing about gary busey being just drugged out more than a little bit crazy and then about a month and a half later. I happen to see him. I think on on half a second of commercial and he didn't do anything. But then i saw an interview with him about a month and a half later and his mind is a scary bag of cats now. Liz taylor turns out during hollywood dressed as liz taylor in a drunken bender like i said it's kind of like and the third one that turned out to be true because i witnessed it tom. Cruise loitering around el segundo starbucks dressed like a homeless guy and singing. The durand durand hit rio now. The one about tom cruise is true. I did see it was raining in el segundo at said kind of a what is it. They call it a postage stamp southern california town. It's got the airport on one side. It has the a chevron refinery on the other and it's not a town that you drive through to get anywhere because it's got the ocean on one side so it's it's shockingly low in crime but i happen to at the time i was living in el segundo now. There was a homeless guy coming up the block barely discernible. In the distance. The rain is really heavy which is a rarity in southern california. Now as he got closer. I saw wearing a hoodie that was covering his head with yellow. Trash bag raincoat and aviator shades. I immediately realized. I needed something out of my car. I was not headed outside to stare at him. I swear to god as he passed me as i was standing near my car in the rain fumbling with my keys and maybe just staring a bit. I saw that he had on the same goatee and moustache. Last saw tom cruise wearing but it was the aviator shades to clinched it for me. It was tom cruise and the topper as he walked by. Her name is rio and she dances on the sand. Now not much of a singing voice. But tom is more known for his acting. But duran duran really. I always had him pegged for classic rock guy now. What's interesting is the fact that he had great teeth very white just like tom. And i tom cruise thing was just an evil thought in my head but the more i thought about it all of a sudden back and starbucks i find myself tapping it online. And that's it begins to approach becoming real at least as far as my head's concerned in the current world we live in. The difference between a vicious rumor made up by some cheesy blogger. Podcast and the truth is how many people see it so if it goes viral it must be the truth and now it's time for coffee. Thanks again for listening. Do me a favor. Follow and subscribe to the podcast. Listen more episodes. Click on the episode. Name look at the show. Notes can have a little quote for me. But also the affiliates. You'll be able to get the caffeinated humor book from amazon. Got the new one coming out soon. That'll be book number seven. I appreciate it. Thank you much have a great day.

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Actor Gary Busey, Baker Party Line + Guys on Chicks With Uncle Chaps

Pardon My Take

1:48:00 hr | 1 year ago

Actor Gary Busey, Baker Party Line + Guys on Chicks With Uncle Chaps

"On today's part of my take we have the legend Gary Busey we go to an alternate reality he is something else one of my favorite interviews we've done think Bill Walton actor Bill Walton but maybe even crazier and senior in the same way I'm already doing busy things he has Hi Problem Question Mark Yes the fact that he has not addressed a handshake controversy brought to light by Richard Sherman I would say it his silence speaks volumes go download it right now use code barstool you five dollars for free five dollars. ASPCA today is Wednesday October ninth do we have a Baker Mayfield Oh boy was that a bad game for the Browns on Monday nights they look like they are not ready for prime time as they say just he's not a a true win-win so download now okay let's go stop you have a car that offers instant rewards and comes packed with premium features even a credit card can offer like boosts you can get ten percents off your entire purchase door dash and even save every time you shop at whole foods and unfortunately there are there are on prime time a lot hope they get ready I I'm going to I know bakers probably taken a lot of heat today and we are the preeminent Baker or target plus more of your favorite places check out all the boost availability right from your cash app and use them instantly when you swipe with your cash card the cashcard has no fees and credit doc isn't required to get one just instant savings when you add a boost and cash APP is also the easiest way to buy sell and deposit bitcoin most bitcoin maybe just put his face in a big bucket ice for awhile get that thing a little thinner that works you know instagram models are pushing the face roller thing now running a football cleanup some baseball talk hotseat cool thrown and we have our uncle chaps here for guys on chicks before it gets send spend and save you already know the cash APP is the number one finance APP in the APP store what you might not know is that you can also put cash in your wallet with the Cash Card it's the only that part of my take is brought to you by hank who we brought to you by cash out the cat the cash hailed it off you're saying he will he will I he played poorly baker is his own worst critic yeah it doesn't matter how bad we trashed him because he's going to say something in and we welcome back and you know what even more than that PF T. we wouldn't as a Baker Mayfield podcast we wouldn't point the finger at the atrocious off play store and get your cash card for free and cash on soak up our friends in the gambling community for football season twitter cash tag to at part of my take losses in bad beats and they'll select a lucky degenerates all season long with some free money download the cash shop with Referral Code Barstool and you'll receive five dollars another five dollars to go to the counts of line or the fact that Freddie Kitchens looks like he's never seen a playbook in his life we wouldn't do that no we said it starts and ends at the quarterback position and doesn't really proved anything and Baker you know is we love the outspoken guy we love the guy who talks a lot of shit and is himself be but you're right it doesn't it's not a great lawyers and the here's the problem the browns I wanted I wanted to believe in the brown but when things go poorly you have to expect the backlash you have to expect the Nick Bosa doing the flag dance and you have to expect countered getting on his he just take days for bank transfer become investable through the cash apathetic seconds invest as little as one dollar and boom you own bitcoin welcome to the club download the cash up now through the APP store or Google Shit and they were picked to win a lot of games and right now it's hard to see it now spins on Cleveland the AFC north sticks underwater. He looks confused he looks like he has never seen a blitz in his life Russillo they're not created Russillo has a phrase that he uses and I think it applies to kitchens he's got coordinator face he's got coordinator Bob he's got coordinator face he does not look like I don't know what maybe he needs to go maybe we need to bring back member he deserves it right now that doesn't mean he won't get back to what he was in the last year but at this very moment he deserves to be piled on because the browns talked them to have a head coach face the mustache might not be a bad idea he shaved his head on a suit visor go visor liser shaved head Fedora yeah arrive for the straight guy we need to bring that back but it's just making over football coaches that have coordinator face into head football coaches yeah so with Freddie how would you start that out to you and I still think that they've got enough talent to be good but this was always a question was Freddie kitchens all right so so it's well it's a question of everything because I think the whole team has act so much and I'm not here to overreact it just what the Brown season feels like it's going to be it's going to be this it's going to be the up and down when they win they win they win thinking about himself at the right so so the Br- The steelers obviously one in four don't look great the bengals are a dumpster fire there's hope and here's the thing there's also an element that a lot of the bad always feels worse when your team now whatever it is it's like I don't even know what it is I just roll their faces look I'm skinny now anytime coach sunburned they look like a head coach to me maybe you could just that's going to be a division that you can win it like what it feels like in week sixteen or seven I love that anything that happens in southern Ohio nobody really knows what the Fox News it looking simple I'm not a believer in the Baltimore Ravens I think this you know we are believers in the Pittsburgh steelers now because we found out that duck is in Awol so that's big listen I know so little about the team I don't know who the fuck is on the staff besides Zach Taylor even Jeffrey Dahmer could be one of their systems and I wouldn't know exactly data just if you're a browns fan and I don't have to tell you what it's going to be like because you know it's going to be like but it's it's up and down and at least there's hope Joe and saying this all comes with the territory I don't think it's I don't think it's unfair for people to pile on Baker right now he he doesn't I know you know what he deserves it running play took up most of that and and if the browns scored when they're going in it was about to be a fourteen ten game I was GONNA say the game's different if they don't drop that catch in the end zone Baker put it where needed this is a lot of fun to watch our guy to George kittle hit the hit off one cut and go it's house maybe it's a hand offense which would make it even strange racier wouldn't wouldn't found out about that I don't know anything about what's going on with the bengals the browns you're right this still could turn it around it's not over it's listen we over I feel podcasts the support group Fan Group I'll just say this I think Baker himself would tell you he needs to play better there you go that's the best way to go good when they beat the ravens they beat the Ravens when they lose its ugly when they lost the titans that was ugly when they lost to the niners that was ugly so I think we're on because right now all the talk about the shitty teams in the League it's the dolphins and it's the our words and the bengals are just coasting by oh I know it's really as I said before the show people will be like yeah they'd be questioning the browns but it wouldn't be this much of a focus on and let me do an old broadcasting trick here I think we need actually give more credit to the forty niners has that much hype also the bad feels worse if you lay an egg in primetime Is this was if this was hidden in the mess of ten games that we had on Sunday in the early slot so everyone knows out there any any any athletes are listening all you gotTa do is publicly say you're a fan of ours and we will never say a bad thing and so you play poorly on Monday night football on the field and off the field by grabbing his penis yes yes so he allegedly did not shake hands Richard Sherman then we were treated to like nine different camera his hand at the pre-game coin toss which is important we should add because Baker famously Kansas didn't shake his hand and he had to both fuck them goals of the handshake actually happened way too much and then Richard Sherman was like no I was talking about after the coin toss because he didn't shake my hand a second go hang out with like Mike Shanahan always at least appeared to be a head coach just get that sucker a little bit more it it it was not a good showing for the browns offense the defense you're painting and and cow Shanahan was doing the Sistine Chapel Right yes he was our he was composing music like Mozart Right but when I'm getting at is the forty niners often yes those are good good football team the difference between couch and hands offense and Freddie kitchens was like they were playing to chess checkers totally different game whether you're talking about Mike or kyle it's just comforting it's like a warm blanket I got something for Kyle though put a little bend in your hat man well also don't have a hat with the smallest logo chick welcome to part of my take presented by the cash APP and you would say poor things about yourself right and then we'll just let go we fucking have Baker's back on this because we're backing up his own statements that he's probably this is the Baker Mayfield look like I said when it's bad it's GonNa look worse because of all the ship there was talk and I'm not giving up on Baker I don't want you to give up on Baker Kyle we know you like a cool guy and they present all these different alterations to the forty niners logo yeah this is the forty niners local but it's like a surfer style logo put it us if he puts together like four more games of this then we start to use the S. word but until then will say that he stinks yeah okay fair fairly negative two fantasy points we're GonNa get better their offense aligned off on Freddie Kitchens look worse if we're being honest yeah I know that he looks outcoached he looks like he's the overreaction to Baker sucking is a little severe if he had an offensive line in a competent head coach I think he would look a little different but he does have to play better put it this way he not thinking I was just having his back by saying right right and he probably doesn't even listen he doesn't really care but more than anything I'm saying this because I do think time out you know the first time for two handshakes there was one that happened before the coin toss and then afterwards one of the browns captains shook hands with somebody else the browns fan people will give up on Baker and that's fine because this is the fun narrative to have right now I totally understand it listen if Baker Mayfield didn't come on our super tiny no one knows derelict oh in this is minimalist yes yeah that's what it was it was like you have to really search for the logo and the giant flat brim looked like he was look like it was like Jay was printed out right before the game starts I feel like they had a pre-game our preseason meeting with the merced designers where they presented like these like Oh back because remember when I came and it was just yeah that's the okay thank you hank I knew my brain headed somewhere all right if you WANNA watch we're only and that's what happens on the game I set my business on Sunday on the field yeah I'm just saying you gotTa score I mean you got two zero to be like bad once again the negatives that's it sounds like football he's Tony Romo I haven't I haven't like heard Tony Romo this year is he playing too much golf no he's just I feel like he's not been the Farland is giving them no more than one booger no who's giving them to the Internet in general I didn't see L. Yeah yeah the Internet is not happy deeper no if you just if you just named Booger McFarland that he's getting a lot of shit right now but I like I like the way that he reminds me the different lines on the field are analogous to having a twelfth player on a late Saturday Sunday afternoon game yet right the prime now he was on on the chargers Broncos last week he was but that was he stinks but he doesn't suck yet but he could still get better Lucena sucks he doesn't suck yeah he thinks right now he stinks stinks sut right now he was saying like the sideline is your twelfth player the back of the end zone that's your twelfth I yeah Freddie Kitchens not being able to run an offense that's your twelfth tackler posse of of BMX bicyclist ooh they should do a minimalist Hat Yai where it's like a Mario Coin Gold coin the gold rush I like that that's good the forty niners but Baker left before that it Schroeder's Dab I'm gonNA I did I both dat you didn't stop you at the same time this is so stupid very that was a loaded question I just asked you could have gone very bad for me I know that are single week our friend yogurt has been getting a lot of crap for his performance in the booth I I lean booger who doc early for any purpose and you get your job done and then you have to wait three more hours for somebody else to come in the office or you can continue working but he just went home well yeah then he just went home insane so then everything he does is say he was definitely still up yeah he did not go to sleep you know what I'm talking about why did you just say why did you pick up his phone why would anybody as we should deconstructed logos also talk about the handshake gate yeah happen after the fact this morning Richard Sherman publicly accused Baker of not shaking one is you get fired which sucks to is you're in the office at five am and you're not fired which is worse then you have the whole rest of the day that's the worst is when you get into right there yeah shit yeah I mean I don't think burgers like reinventing the wheel googlers comforting he's like a bowl of chicken soup he's not going to enlighten you with anything but he cast we admit our bias we'd probably be climbing well actually I would not because I was like bake yeah I think I'd be clowning him but I would be saying all the same stuff about them parcel goal are Barstool or sorry pardon my take go to barstool goal dot com slash. PMT We're doing right now live hi what's up what's up what's up but we were yet based sucky territory don't we don't see the was Mitch mistakes no data from Saint which is really good yeah which has taken away from your team yet Bruce Allen when Bruce Allin was working in Tampa Bay he was assistant coach down there and then he also went to school at William and Mary which is like our way up Predator in all of the animal kingdom out for blood and that's Dan Snyder looking for a new head coach Yeah and Leroy reported earlier today that Dan Snyder's plane was it was it was like chess and then playing a game when you're like an elementary school to play where yeah where you dare your friend or something nasty and then make fun of a Bond Brittany Pretty Kitchens was Pittsburgh okay at the private airport with photo evidence I'm seventy five percent confident in that scoop isn't that tampering no because so he can trade I was in Dallas cowboys so I'm actually good with Tony Romo now like I'm at the right Level Tony Romo I actually want to hear this year because it has been so long it feels like they've st try to trade for Mike Tomlin and if you trade for a head coach which is I think that's the most excitement that there can possibly be in the NFL with trades is the the worked you anytime you're putting together the pieces on a head coaching search you always have to be like oh he worked with this guy back in the day and this is where he's from so the checks two boxes because he worked with Callahan becomes a permanent head coach for the Redskins then whoever Jay Gruden goes to they'll meet in the super bowl next year his you know what no one gives gives us about famous football homecare hank named one person here that gives a shit about scoring and fancy football not me not me I care about one one stay I would pretend that I still had a job I wouldn't tell my wife that was fired yet if I was J and I'd like pack my suitcase and put on a suit I was going to work I gotTa talk about Jay Gruden Yeah Five thirty am far what insane move first of all for Dan Snyder to call meeting at five o'clock on a Monday morning is that insane well he's he's was the last time they'll be significant in the news I think you you're underestimating Dan Snyder and it's up to the point where it's newsworthy but that's your big and he grew up in Virginia Virginia that now routes for the panthers but they used to root for the our work on it so yeah he's definitely going so definitely going to be there now took over John in Oakland went to the super bowl loss to John when he was in Tampa Bay's a serial gruden cooker yes just goes in after the GRUDEN so look out if skins have to trade for head coach because no they will not get a real head coach they need somebody who's locked up undergrad track that they can't bring they'll take they need a hostage that so you have something to look forward to I think he's going to drag this thing out and then Callahan's probably GonNa win a couple of games Callahan by the way fun fact of the day who he took over for John Engine that's your big Huzzah like we got the Monday morning story you know what I mean yeah because they weren't going to get it for any wins or anything so this I feel like if you were dance under just saved okay my brain has yet there yes lock it in our words are going to the Super Bowl next year yes radar they have all four major teams and they had curse you had Kevin Garnett in his prime the had one of the best teams of all time this sounds really means I feel bad for them it's the have lost was it fifteen street post-season games all of Minnesota is like they're borderline the most cursed very rare head coaching tree the faulk Mike Tomlin WanNa go there oh he wouldn't but he he traded but I feel like the steelers wouldn't do that too well a couple of things he right because they'll only the if they go to just the free agent market for head coaches they will only get a head coach that is some young guy who's like you know what Dan campanile he's a bridge yes he's a bridge all right let's talk a little baseball so we got it's all shit show I don't know this also wouldn't you say it's a little premature for the redskins because this is the last pop the redskins will get all year like firing Jay Bruce exactly that's all I took away from that but you're right if you're Mike Tomlin what would you offer the steelers to be able to treat a head coach nothing because it's the dumb well I guess the awards and he's probably loaded somewhere just having to Thomas Mann because those videos Jagran yeah no because that's what I would be doing he's just hanging out he's not drinking I actually the going to five o'clock meeting ever for any he's just there because he's a foot whatsoever yeah I said in in my blog that I wrote yesterday there two things that can happen in that meeting ads dodgers game five on Wednesday nanotubes back yeah that's a night time we had the twins needs to just stop pretty good at this and say that I think they had like one hundred eighty five yards origin I also that eighty three yard oh forget the fact that is really piling on their the rival who beat them all the time in Brett farve came to the Vikings took him in the NFC championship game we got shit kicked out of them had their own four in the super bowl they did up Kirby Puckett in the early nineties but yeah it's and then they got their hockey team Solan their state hockey that's right they lost a hockey team probably never going to be head coach material so I'm just GonNa take this one and just cash the check and then I'll just go back to being coordinator when I suck Yup that's that's exactly where you're going because no as with kirk cousins as not as a quarterback as a whole as a whole as a coach as a holder that's making ninety million dollars guaranteed is smart guy who's like I'm destined to be a head coach would take this job knowing how bad no smart guy would but great Shanteau Gershon was gonNA take back record season Games on twelve of them to the Yankees this is all I'm gonNA say for Minnesota and I hope this happens I hope that the sports God's in some Nicholas Reversal of fortune on everything maybe if it's gotta be post Kirk cousins but I would like to see the Vikings one super bowl with Kirk cousins you know act of kindness at some point in history let's this reverse and you win a world series by beating the Yankees in like an a thrilling as Ales I've given I'm I'm making it my duty to give out pinstripes as the Yankees go along in these playoffs so just an update I gave pinstripes Dj Lemay who on Friday night along where Warren Moon note quarter note Okra coming Cunningham they lost to Atlanta in the NFC championship game battle the Anderson Kickers fifteen in one they had cbs or you beat the Yankees like six years in a row because really when you're that down all you have to look forward to is some it sock is you can be underrated Lee shitty they are they're Minnesota cursed oh for what they are passive aggressively doomed as a state Oh in the state they lost a hockey team to Texas yes in a hawk that's awful now so yes I feel bad for for all Minnesota fans I didn't watch Saturday because there was football on and then Monday I'm giving it to Gleyber Torres okay that's who's got their pinstripes so for those are the only two earned them this postseason yup how can you give me talk one of the best teams of all time to not win a super bowl with Randy Moss Chris Carter and Dante colpepper or no it was that was it wasn't tonto yet but upset that I've said that they are lucky the saddest Sports City when you actually like people always go to Cleveland or buffalo it's Atlanta and Minnesota have that under to do a good job not going all the way there yeah don't don't debate me on my pincher it's so great because actual Yankee fans are starting to picture sugar taste fucking insane it's so good all right let me do this real quick listen 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You know you'RE GONNA be watching Thursday night football you gotta be watching on Amazon prime rape somebody in a postseason series against the twins though as Yankees to quote Chris Rock listen don't which which one cookie don't yell isn't that what you're get the Amazon prime right now and watch your Thursday night football what's up coach Hugh Hi I'm coach Hue Jackson here on Adrian Peterson fumbled because he ate the French fries beforehand. Also Blair Walsh Walsh her this is let's stop doing this because it's making fifteen street in my take let's do some hot seat cooled thrown first up hey let's go thanks you oh that was crazy yeah Hugh Jackson just walked in the studio what about Rudy Giuliani does he have his pinstripes you know they've been taking away what about is horizontal once Ooh Chris Christie's Oh there yes Chris Christie How about the national back you WanNa talk about the quick because we got Strasbourg on the bump tonight and he I'm very very confident Strasbourg the national ah your personal pinch should go back to queer eye for the straight right you're the queer eye that's handing out pinstripe right like hey horizontal straits look very slim ever Yati was throwing bats he's throwing bats who's doing throat that I will say for the cardinals brave series I love when playoff series get contentious guys oh Kramer for the play by play so if you don't have cable or simply want to experience the future football tune in this Thursday coverage begins at seven PM Eastern kick off his at eight twenty pm eastern also an awesome post-season pitchers are you not worried about walking bueller being equally if not more awesome Walker bueller not at all okay it's not taking that a little oh twisted I don't really know how to describe Inter you're GonNa feel like he did a drug after listening to it's not a bad one either a really good yes an awesome interview we have some talking teammates called him out because he he hot dog didn't and and it's hey if there's the time hot dog it's not in the playoffs so that'll be fun game five that would be really fun yeah the he is just everything about the cardinals like dark magic that they have in the playoffs there was some takes out there about Kuni saying that he's ruining baseball because his own is not so yes it's the best the best take in the business yes he's got swag so oh by the way did you see the Sherzer has four adopted dogs all with different Color Eyes Yeah I love it Oh buon? Irs android fire tablets and fire TV and if you're ready to hear new take on the game you can switch over to sport broadcast Legends Hannah Storm and probably would have won the world series I'm actually retroactively handing them Nice two thousand twelve world series where they shut Strasbourg down in mid September so they got one under the belt but he hispanic saying because I was thinking cowboys but of course because he's a cowboys fan okay so and then let's see Yadi is he's not Strasburg lately there buddy listen the nats are a better team without Bryce Harper yes that's a fact it is a fact take but they have to win a real serious I just WanNa say with Soto I fucking love wants soda when he doesn't swing his bat when takes a pitch eight as the shuffle series of the Pitcher and grab eight me on my pinstripes giving out there like do Kleber had its pinstripes like months ago was like listen man I don't give a regular so that way that's in your book no it's not until they win a real series will they did go a real ones they don't Syrian series win this series I will a hundred percent buy into that in the library and hang out for one she's like why are you wearing a suit gonna GonNa work on Tuesday but now we have the most dangerous apex is wwe why on Sunday they have air for what you say neck they had a pay per view and they I guess they built up this guy fiend they build it up you something new something different the run out usually blocked host Mike soldiers walking out behind him holding his jockstrap that wasn't a service that you can pay people to make messages on at all anyway my hot seat wants to win more than James Dolan what seems Dolan Son's name Deuce no but he's a bodybuilder James There's gotta be He's gotTa have some family members that still likes him his dog the dog the family dog still likes James Dylan that's for sure I still like you also I don't think so I think yes I think he will just because he'll probably try to attempt like seven does he in China no okay seaward okay he's on seaward Mike Cool Perron is one Benson as jumper because he compared to shoot now he can yeah no yeah against in a real shares I've seen vendor stolen son have you seen what do they call I think it's disgusting how they everything's always James Dolan's full I'm here to tell you nobody they were just like going nuts throwing shit and people are very upset. WWe Fans are very upset. Isn't that good though good for business to have the fans so in Gab no more I can shit about the knicks saying that's not where I knew and wants to be Marcus Morris was on the team and he basically like he he's bringing the old next back swing a bought a guy's head last night he says we're gonNA bring the old next back and so I feel like it's one of those things where so many people are sitting on the next constantly that they they're going to have to turn around unless the redskins where it's like their near-term yeah you can't be you can't support this guy but I'm saying there's a big gap nobody in the world is supporting Jamestown right now to Alexa until he would fall in love with anybody that did L. Dylan Oh he's son is James Elden he's a body builder and he's like everyone has been talking about how he he can lift a million pounds over his head I think his band's not that bad don't James went all I really want to do I just want to play guitar in the straight shot yeah this is that's awesome one hundred NBA Scouts at our Practice Day Oh yes all right pfc what do you got my hot seat is eye on what's my the show got it yes the Knicks Kevin Durant was on a I don't even know where he was on this fucking podcast Kevin but he was really make us earn that nut the their fans are basically we want some new we want something different and they basically just did they it looked like they were doing something new something different and they kind of just reverted also a dance that are anti there needs to be there's those those were pecan there needs to be there's a hole in the marketplace right now nobody has brandon themselves as James Dolan to the same old way and it was like doing stings tantric sex where you edge but then like four seconds ended up whoops fiend lost okay listeners out there that's a podcast that's broadcast live where that your dad here's tune in serious eighty-five eleven to one to hear PFC show my show into consider moving to Las Vegas as well following the raiders because you imagined hot those games are going to be maybe we'll get to the baseball field on the no okay the no and then on three pointers by other cool thrown is the next if he wasn't if he's in China the NBA once really put them yes what do they have a bit of a common denominator here I'm fucking Shit I don't I'm sick of people hating on James Dolan you can't be James Dolan Fan I he was doing the same shit just Dunkin all over the place yeah it looks like it looks I think guys I think he can dock still even though he's only six cute cute Olin Yeah Clinton Dole and he he's fucking big weightlifter all right sorry go ahead what was your same designs on the hot seat because I don't think he's going to be able to be an explosive dunker anymore now that he the Yellow Oh he added let me say it again yeah we had red paint so we painted barn red now maybe yellow okay we're a one four football team Zizou Oh what I'll tell you why because they measured him and he's actually only six hundred thousand so did you see the shrine about your son Okay my hot seat is this league this league people on twitter because Instagram's updating so that you can't see the activity the same way not right so well my concern was going to be not signing with the Knicks because Kevin Durant made that whole thing was that on a radio show yeah who listens to the radio anymore fraud for all a younger but it doesn't have to stay that way okay I'm not here to respond to speculation about other football teams if you have a question about the charges will embrace that together I one so what is what all the NBA Writers GonNa do half of their content is someone follows someone or someone like someone or someone responds to someone on Instagram Graf to fake Mike Tomlin quotes one ruin you tell me which one's real okay very We had red paint and so he painted her barn red on now I don't think that he's going to be able to dunk anymore yeah he lost all of explosiveness it's sad but I guess the shoes are juice now Winston Quinton on yes I just found out is and I agree with you Hank I think I think Zion can don't but you would think with NBA. I don't want to say the name of the company but if you work at a certain company and you see this you better start getting your resume ready because you're content you don't have Mason Rudolph born rain audit now duck is the yellow I liked suzy yellow duck I like that little callback joke by my Mike Tomlin has been stolen by Instagram I think you have to just you have to do it yourself the old fashioned way some shoe leather journalism and just make a spreadsheet of everybody follows at all times and yes so that was my only cool through satellite point other cool thrown is Mike Tomlin quotes yeah so I've got I'm going to do the thing again that'd be joining Fox sports for the past twenty five years they've offered viewers topnotch NFL programming from the field to the booth to the studio they're deep talent roster is own is gronk because he's back and all of a sudden Gronk is a great speaker of English so he released a statement he said I'm extremely hugh I mean there's free video videos I just saw one he's he has his first preseason game tonight so we'll see if he hits one single hit one of the first game tonight at three Warner in cross-referenced that like five times a day got it okay it's almost going to do it someone absolutely will do it because there's a hole in the market but that's a big hit on this league and then my cool unmatched which was important for me as I embark on this new chapter in my life because I'll be able to learn from the best in the business that's Rob Gronkowski in his statement Roger Roger Goodell what you guys think about Roger Goodell fucking love that's GonNa be awesome I don't know how to use them I hope they use them in the right way I hope they don't put a suit wrong week so I assume he's going to start this week because it would have made the announcement so over under week size with that he said it he said it he said somebody else wrote it down and then he he wrote it after he rewrote it i WanNa see Rob Gronkowski and Terry Bradshaw plane thank you think we're going to wait I think science is really good at talking my other hot seat is Oakland okay so the as are saying that they are going a football field again yes good God I'll be so great the raiders will be so mass turn follows the raiders wherever they go yes my cool thrown that's a great point what's what are they going to do this is just like if you are someone who's sitting there and you work at Israel one is the fake one I was real one oh the real one that's real one sorry done that one he added Hvac so no so now that they don't have been rothlisburger anymore I'm GonNa sit there and his brains get a free like sixty nine he also has a whole new audience like I assuming he hasn't spent a lot of time with the Fox crew so now he gets it's nine he makes a sixty-nine joke onset under under because right away talked about on this show that he knows it's run its course but the people at Fox News from our friends at Velveeta though Vita delivers extra 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going to speak about right so which is what what are which is what Yeah Whoa what are we planning on speaking you just get here I did yeah I just arrived this very same machination don't let it get under control I can't make any promises but I am also a very big fan of yours Predator too oh who is an Indian scout my father is in the South Pacific Fighting World War Two is the CB CB can do so so you were born in the it on him and make him be like a stuffy analysts I hope they just let Gronk Beecroft do you think they're gonNA use him as the Rob Riggle to the Funny Guy Not to Rob Riggle at the Cooper Manning yes correct well it's partially because music and acting of the same thing young quaker oats cylinders the ramp way he just keeps running agents stop for two weeks straight so you were you were born in that era you're born in Texas and lived in Oklahoma I was born in goose aw that would be the buddy holly story because two months after I finish the movie shot and I realized great film the Buddy Holly Story under siege under siege you could list them all on black she what under siege yeah what was it like to work with Stevenson out of all these movies that we listened in there you know there's so many others which one is the one that you look back on and you take the most pride in wow um because it hurts you more does the person you think you're hurting Be Kind be courageous be accepting with respect I like fourteen minutes left in the fourth I love you guys and your imagination because even though you're machination is out of control it's very good thanks gene folger's coffee cans and ten cups and get Pinson play like playing drums living room in the first grade a mother would get out of been so he stopped playing one carries in their heart and their soul and spirit music acting is the absence of acting. It's believing the truth of the moment you are created Paul well it was different it was different this difference I've done I'm a bragging none over car driving you feel like a star but let me tell you what the definition of star is the star is nothing but a self contained massive gas way up under partners Marlon Brando said Gary you have to remember that life is just it's your show her show just make it up you could go without middle of World War Two not middle or towards the end towards the end but you know bin Laden between the middle and the end yeah somewhere between the middle and the end so the best actors are not acting at all no how can't they flew back from Tahiti to lax am I see so surrounded by angels and my essence was about twelve inches long and about a quarter of an inch wide and that is your soul he likes something I said Oh i like everything can we Can we talk about your your motorcycle accident the fact that you died playing golf on the wrong course you know golf ball have me anyway it was a beautiful experience of understanding something that I wouldn't have understood without of a strange thing to say right you gotta look at what they're not aware of and give them a prayer of understanding the beauty of the music they carry in their heart because we all do different colored blessing so I take on the work I've been given to do with that kind of attitude and if you don't have anything nice to say about anybody does say it thank you so you started a in music not acting right you started as a drummer and you were trying to you had a band before you decided to become an actor how would I put the needle but yeah you're right hank right he's there for him and he's going to have no choice Eddie Reyes you'd be like Michael Scott with that that's what she said he's during the third quarter of World War Two third quarter like me two minutes left in the third starter fourth I think once we hit Normandy we put four okay yeah so yeah yeah you could say to help save others and wear your helmet that's fantastic I've I've heard some people they go through an experience like that let I've run into that just don't like music and I don't really trust them Oh you don't trust people don't like music as a blanket statement to me that's a red flag it's fire and then just get on my hands okay that's enough all right so velveeta cheese my mouth get those pasta Chelsea pull those creamy cheese for you it's delivering the cheesiest bite and all the Land Velveeta even the accident so I thought hey I'm going to do something about this so into Washington John McCain God bless you John McCain Bill I attribute in our sheriffs harden high lived in lubbock Texas and the panhandle Texas and the ground is very flat in that part of Texas and you don't guy and they come in at night and when they tink twinkle Achy they're saying Lovely Neil degrasse right there yeah I like that that's good sign thing that you when you when you came back to when you started going through rehabilitation process was there any skill or anything that you were able to do after the accident saw that I'd known on seen before but it was like the first time are seeing it a brand new opening to a brand new way of life thank God for the accident and absolutely absolutely in in talking about all your roles in all the movies you've been in what is the one or two that you always look back and you're like in your soul is housed in the column or spine so I went off a mall Harley Davidson going forty miles an hour of that a helmet headfirst into a curb them up your brain does your brain pick it up he's like I've been here before this has happened before I had what's called what I call version days and that's something man that was the one that I've really nailed or I had the most fun doing that one well the one the ones I've had the most fun with all of them but the was I didn't aren't able to do before the accident everything was different in the West saw life in the way of felt it and you know what a deja Vu is a deja Vu when your mind picks up something before they have a point break to people talk about it's one of those movies if you're watching on TV and you see it on I watched the whole thing no matter what don't get off my seat well it was a magical and film festival and fresh lethal weapon stars born under siege point break I didn't I didn't nail him they nailed me now's buddy holly movie did I did in England with nick rogue and that went to competition and the movie and at the end of the Bovey Patrick Swayze God bless you Patrick swayze yes we're we're both Harris County in Texas she houston I'm Goose Creek I am a beaver so you said that acting and music is the same thing with what do you mean by that well music is a beautiful thing ever earn hatch Ted Kennedy and talked to them about what happened to my head and I said we have to create something and so I signed a piece of paper or neck controls our whole corporate body being emotionally mentally spiritually and physically without the computer what are you GonNa do yeah yeah obviously every day's a gift after that after you come back from an experience where you you come so close to death or near case you you feel heaven was there anything he wouldn't let me alone he said you gotta go skydiving with me you'll be perfectly safe jump out of a perfectly good airplane at thirteen thousand feet that was the advocate statement the created dramatic brain injury act the president signed nineteen ninety six so the motorcycle accident gave me a gift for two hours. You're dead for two hours correct you go to heaven do you do you know what happened looks like I know it feels like because I have been in the spiritual zone in the Supernatural Carrie music in our heart we saying to ourselves we sang the song for here on the radio and it makes you feel good singing a song on the radio nine thousand feet and fifty five seconds over shoot and floated down champion Sham with Patrick swayze Mary Magdalene Chem Lucifer Akos Galante and Jay people you know you see it and you even seen a Goto I think people are doing it on stage now which is almost the true sign of a cult classic they bring it out on stage I picked him up for four am with showers ground school jumped out of a perfectly good airplane thirteen thousand feet fell one hundred twenty four miles an hour fell okay Evan maltby everybody says that Jesus J. J. J. Okay Okay it is a and we did this Mattie branding direct now I'm working on making the helmet law mandatory in every state in the union because I computer system slowish moving you're in a close up on a screen you're anxious twelve feet wide so the the thing you don't want to do is do this Lincoln and you'll be fine so yeah have you ever met anybody that doesn't like music though there are a few people that time with your heart without thinking absences are the absence of act believing in the truth of the Mon you're creating at that instant without thinking doc it's fun it's great it's all the same but yet it's not and that's the great thing about life life l. i. f. e. stands for living in forever turn any musical but it has the spirit come to you softly and funny like and you will go in there I'm not acting on believing eight that yeah no association honor to be here with you a session honored to be on your show with you you both beautiful souls wonderful people yeah he said the first day when you're going to set walk around with the head of Department camera grips props electricity sound Elvis head split my skull on the right side knocked a hole in his big if you sent bache they took bones out of my pelvis fill the whole I got a dent there eighty that's pretty cool that's pretty damn good now he's he's a sold my brother my yeah at the end of that move your let Pathak you know when it gets real hot and yes NFL easy by I'll lay a nice bow down and pasta shells the pool the crazy James I actually listened to some some other interviews you did before this one and you told a story about your first job and the and what James Best told you to make sure that you've got the greatness of love and consideration and your heart to talk about what we're talking about and why I'm here to talk about a play that's the train is that an earthquake that might train hundred choisy there's a train that goes right underneath the student we built our recording studio on top of a train station really stupid thus so he nineteen ninety-one yeah so when you when you do that movie where you like this is this is GonNa be awesome there's going to be a cult classic it is point break is a cult classic in my mind where averages cross he's gone but not really for me and he taught us how to work on her set and this talking this to reach the back Eddie is not ever gotta get abused in a minute you have the book here too but I wanted to ask you a question about about James Best No okay uncalled human yes Shane Clements theatre only human has four characters the boss which is God that's me right no accurate required here is there any difference between acting on stage and an acting in front of a camera whether it's TV or movie what what different you know how do you approach dance really liked them they're getting behind him they're building up to have this big match and then the pay per view on Sunday they just had them lose very quickly very upset they started booing when thing ended and tell them to be here's my first day working and anything I can do for you let me know I had one day of work with me Oh so they could hear you well movies you gotta Mike You're going hey I wanna talk to you about something that's important to you the here you and a soft we're going to scour skydiving stop funny shut them up a set give him a word of honor I'll go when you're from Texas do that to make you going out of the what Wenden hit the train right really really dumb cash out Cheri right now right exactly exactly you guys are smarter than you look I appreciate those two different styles in in separate ways well I had a good miracle abnormality I study camera technique foam weren't James Best God bless change best and US Robby Lynch because your finger company cars your fares eight feet long in your mouth and you're missing the point of the actors dialogue the drums kick them off you could swear on this fuck fuck no motherfucker she said that wasn't your mom your mom beep it okay got one you on your first job and I thought it was a really good life lesson most people can you tell that story about how he walked around and said Hey okay okay don't I won't tell it show and you'll face fear and apprehension like half as four but you gotta shoot you opened up shoe pump it opens up me you guys yourself down wouldn't let me go every time return rent okay your fault when you do an art or the art won't come true and you art is only the search it's not the final form it is unlimited and it's beautifully dialogue I ended up with three days or seven lines just because paid attention to the other person's feelings before thinking about me and my faults don't think about it hosting precious loving energy so just be simple you get sweet the ice connectors delays on the is the hands touch the hand start sweating and it was neat nice exciting and tight and then came the others and they kept coming kept coming faith F I T H it's a bar and Louisiana baton rouge hey good luck tiger yeah it's one of the best bars of all times you know what Bartsch dancer or be Karma thing the more positive energy the more Karma the more you're willing to help somebody else Karma and more they're gonNA look for you to be the first person Ayar no by another round do all right let's talk about beauty is apps so your book praise for Abuse Yeah Okay I love UCSB was realize hey this is the past where am I now now okay now in Oh w the sensor Ariella Yuppie exciting liver turns into overwhelming nightmare sobriety hangs in peril romance our NC stands for relying on magnificent necessary compatible energy untested adventures entrusting Him Hope H. O. P. heavenly offerings prevail Turnley relationship mm-hmm that's what they told me was ever come told us whatever I can do for you let me know right and that's giving love because they're behind the scenes people and they don't to give help to yeah that's right when you tell them I'll do anything to help you hey let's hope just do you know they've never had that said no other way the first muezzin Morote of re recovering for traumatic brain injury and the hospital the doctors put me in a smock game Orissa's FDU Fun Fun F. U. N. finally understanding nothing that's great yeah explain how started well I was writing a journal I've been betrayed to my heart and I was writing about what happened to be in drawer the patient opened it up underwear shocks all messed up so I rearranged it and I said that is neat my first uses that's a really good one yeah simple can we go no simple go s. i. m. p. l. e. stands for see it manifest I usually get that from the ad behind the scenes people doesn't mean the behind the scenes I mean he's what they do behind the scenes in the scene on the scene and you see it feel it hear it and love it that's perfect do you have one for Gary Oh gosh I don't do proper names about football but I do beer she I love that story just because it's a great lesson to everyone like hey when you have your first break when you get your first chance don't just take the chance go beyond that and wish you do aw football if you make that abusive and finding other offers trusting believing clipboard to take me on Brown so I'd feel like they told me it's going to be playing the doctrine next movie so I did okay and our scribble things you couldn't read and I went to how how `bout Muslim sober sober sober sob our son of a bitch everything's real are you okay. USC Y being under spiritual energy yearly Can you football football player that's true that's our producer do whatever you need hey for being on your fancy football podcast because we didn't get team of the week one what kind of has that or footballs and bear looked at him or said our even thanks she's boy thanks to practice Leroy Jordan Billy neighbors her and does it well here we are try it okay step water sunk got up bear fishing with Duffy daugherty Kosher Michigan Gavino around here now Obama if they got it won't hold water go down here and gave me a football fan it looked like the battle of Algiers for fifteen minutes Leroy Jordan freshman he came back with four eh not taking the chance you're giving your chance to others to let them know you're so proud of them being with you because of that you wouldn't be able to do what I'm GonNa do it's almost like Oh Ryan or see football now in Babes Change Darling here coke both weser you ever tell anybody airs I'll take away your wishy and embarrass it one we get your so what was that like playing well and bear elected walk you meal the Alabama Football Program hundred twenty of year and download and living love who can just rattle them off like going all American guard were not allowed in contact drills because every time they hit somebody that person had to go to medical relief so they saved it for the game really fun because once you don't want you realize you don't understand anything you're just having a great time you're just like you laugh this is great yeah you laugh whatever you're doing however you feel about it believe in yourself first and your belief come true in you to accomplish achievement you know you can do oh to jukebox and thrown in a dollar just being like let's get a box I did I did that you played bear Bryant back and lose you got a scholarship to play football grade school junior high high school junior college college scholarships Shah dinner harmony to lost my football scout scholarship have you ever run into a situation where you start you start to lose that belief in yourself and and you have to find out a way how to get it back no always have the way to get I've been transferred Oklahoma State University and majored in theatrical up. Did you love football these love playing football he'll do dad was on American high school loving about rain I think the stuff that makes our brains different makes them good like I think we have very unusual brains in October eighth theater him clubmates what Saint Clements Theatre say clements theatre October the Oh those are our guys let me tell you this buddy here my you are forever my friend Hell yes in the past four twenty three West Forty Sixth Street that's where it is yeah quick here Donna my sh boom about eighteen fifty floated up they took him in. Don't Tell Anybody Oh boy followed dad's shoes you know I never made that but doggone and I was yeah because I believed in myself in doing it and that's what she did something of their own galaxy the give you love and give you something to understand see that you can't just understand and see by dealing with yours eight I we're GONNA go to it no you have to go and bring your French and put it if we come we can we considered one of your friends like when we show up we oh you done okay go home and eat them so you played football you played football at in college came up forever in the in the group going what I'd like to ask you to do from a heart of truth advertiser play cast show yes I'm we're going to go doc truth is the truth because I'm playing God in the play call only humid you gotta start we're going to come when you were young Paul had a lot of stuff you walk in on a trailer slipped and fell and boom something is wrong with all of our brains I agree title being are different and that's what makes it interesting loving and happy because everybody's different from you doesn't mean the better that doesn't mean the worst that measure back just believe in yourself and be sure with your heart hang on a minute less confidence nation I t I retract my bless you in front of a mirror do you read them through to you same out loud you you just reminded me Jayme best told me the power of cold reading light you can't you don't have to do that because I feel your spirit I feel as rich I feel his fearsome Felix loving and yeah that's my truth Minister Oh you you're blessed Sir what what is your ordinance Universal Church's life or does that I registered ministry that I'm a minister this might be a dumb question for somebody who's as accomplished actors yourself but I've always just wondering how professional actors memorizing their lines is acquired that's a beautiful life hack for for acting a life hack yeah what's a life hack it's like what you're saying like it's an acting you just be yourself branch say to do what we do there's something gotta be a little off right with something great about your brain something's full about your brain something's wonderfully but if you learn to love that your brain is unusual it actually becomes an asset you know that's true because every one of us and the visually and our own in your house I could be anywhere it's everywhere how we think about it it's universal so it could be anywhere how would you rate our spiritual energy as Oh and review it and we're going to give you five stars that's five what about it's actually ball system fly balls we we rake everything on the ball system balls yeah what happened to you off fullback for wide receiver kicker will you good runner no did you snap anybody sternum never my own did you snap anybody storm so let everybody come into your heart let all the galaxies come into your heart and give them love and understanding for who they are what they are how they are in when they are I have a you know do that again here bless you bless you bless you crush my bless you though so I felt like I needed yeah it's confusing as a minute hello and maybe just in the podcast room great I saw great because you own it you have it and you don't have to stand on the box and pontificate Gosse ever myself is beginning the artistic -ness of the character I'm playing therefore the character becomes me no acting just being you grand slam home run and the target heading in Zen in the art of Archer I like I think I actually peaked when I was nine years old. Up that was my well yeah as an athlete especially because then everybody grew and I didn't grow what were you peaking at a basketball baseball football soccer what was this you playing golf and our saying were there forever call reading acting I'll tell you what it is is the absence of acting it is get drunk out say best of the best to I wanted to be like a a underground martial artists and I saw that when I was probably twenty six I Charles who ran it organized created a with their instead worse worst script he should you're the script just make it up y'all yeah yeah just what millennials call a trick thank give yourself with the innocence of yourself when you're nine years old you're not acting one hundred record given him the first line all the way through it because the headed my heart doesn't mean I remembered it perfectly but my feelings of the line Bobby did you play play center guard and Linebacker Okay so yeah you definitely snap some strike you snap of football thirty Argh into a bushel basket damn good pretty good or is your what is your what is your favorite thing you did your life watching movies what inspired you to do what you did if you saw great pony which one was exceptional when I saw the hangover I decided which is a rebound lines to myself without emotions don't read the lines being said to you just look at them twenty five times you go back and puts a script the only here by you hear that out there guys guys and girls only human okay I have one last question about only human so every single yeah but that's okay it's okay I'm Not Jersey anything if you just either be each what was it like doing entourage a TV show was wonderful desires you to do don't go against the grain of their soul are missing the point of the message of the play and I learned that when I did mention were Nice Dream Shakespeare on rhymed Amit pentameter with no punctuation that guy's funny yeah Billy Billy Shakespeare performances day no I do it every night except where's he okay Saturday yeah so each night that you're doing it right so you're doing it thing is you take this you know given okay go out and look at those three pages and come back in and six minutes you'll do the pages so I go out and take this six a new mark on your heavenly belt of goodness gracious loving bad that's all that's what life's about with goodness gracious loving Tana's a number of challenge new changes and accomplishment when you accomplish an achievement again yeah Dunkin yes yes uh-huh donkeys point break maybe WanNa rob banks for sure did hey we're all gonna go see it we're GonNa see you have to bring everybody you don't know to ask how do I how would I bring somebody that I don't know God liquid New York Sri just walk around a little late but yeah the movie that's the best to okay you Wayne Newton was in it the coliseum he has people come in there and they fight for rich people Wayne Table and walk to the row points something on the loss of this beautiful daughter made me that and then all Masher Cash Gary Ready Circle the four day yeah so I did three shows we did and it was wonderful then four years later they made a movie and I did the movie and that's what it was it was with rob banks and the daylight is where tie like Dako- Miller would made a tidy garish and go the teller tech if you're saying what are you look like yes Created by men who wrote the Bible is created by Hal is really something you create yourself I've been the difference yeah he had a right well he was born on April twenty third and fifty three years later he died on April twenty nine so two three five two three five you'll come in they're happy and you'll leave happier you'll come in there on what I'm going to see here and you leave everybody about this official thank you all right only human KABC thank you for coming by love to have you back on maybe we'll go see the play have you back on before you leave New York and we'll talk about the place more and more people are GonNa love this interview you know this place being worked on has been if you come see the play only human all right go ahead do you believe in Hell Hell Yeah Hell Yeah acceptance and respect all you guys out there listening to me I'm glad you're listening to a and I wanna meet you one day so everyone of you are required week how long's the play run for for three years she's Christ so how many times a week do you do it I do maybe four for what is it through December fifteenth so October eighth through December fifteenth we're going to see it during that time and then we're gonna organized religion and spirituality is organized religions bill for people to be afraid of hell spiritually who had been there I'm in a second being worked on for eight and a half years cheese and this is coming to a beautiful mountain of spiritual miracles and blood I love it we're gonNA take a field trip the whole crew hell is what you make it within yourself okay so hell is hell is self imposed condition well it's something mm-hmm and see the play don't tell them you don't know no I love her we know them they know us we don't know them specific no you know them you know their heart that's true show they're hearing the full and that withdraws yourself yeah that's what I do all the time even though the costume makeup Endeavor Hairdo or what they love it take the cards gave some cards you give them out to people and says only human swertz plants when his plan and his lovely thank you read what I wrote Oh wow well this thank you for your blessing in every way this book is for you Eric thanked here we go count backwards by threes I instantly blowed in less I'm using my Roman Swipes Roman swipes are clinically proven way to last longer and bed they're effective they're easy to use into the run this this year's dismissed the word maybe no we are GonNa see it so you yes you'll be back on how long are you going to be in this play three years yeah we're GonNa Watch it all day I don't blame you hear abuse 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Twenty five GonNa be the person over there right now talking shit about the Chinese Government when you're walking the streets of China and you have to be out in public well they won't say anything when they come back let's see as well as like I know ESPN's Rachel Nichols is doing a whole thing over there the fact that they're not speaking out in favor of the Hong Kong chicks with uncle chaps coming up we'll start with some pr one oh one for the NBA boy have they stepped in it. Yeah there are an interesting Steve Kerr on are exempt list well Mr simplest where we will get around to addressing it but we don't have to for the next six months and it's actually not complicated until I find out who won will now say I don't understand it and please stop asking right so there is one thing that I think people should understand about the NBA players and the coaches being over in China a cool if you're a podcast 'cause we do that all the honestly probably true yes it's a very complicated situation so much so I'm putting I'm putting this topic that's like the mind boom yeah we have that transcribed put on because I don't think I'm going to be able to absorb it right now say that again five to three five five and five is ten I'm like yeah I'm like us because we already had our task force working on this for two days now Steve Kerr came out and had a statement and basically was like I don't know enough about it which is Jimmy but made a great place to step into the career who climbing a ladder already knew how to climb I don't remember that but his tie sissy fact this is told me by got who really did that and he just got a prison he was on the set a gentleman Dustin Hoffman issue when you were born Oh Gary Hart who's got the better ones very much more so we could put on this play other than like go watch Gary Busey I know you guys are so funny wait wait yes and yes this book is for you Dan do that's one thing no they're not going to say anything when they did this checks and that's we talked I'm saying anything when they come back while you're over there I understand not like now have you back on and we were talking about how great you are no talking about how great I am because we already know that song great to play that too wanting to speak out against China's Day will not say anything when they come back they will do the same thing and that's fine I would prefer if they just said our money is paid apart by China and all these people buying league pass and it's a big fucking country and we're trying to sell a shitload Kobe jerseys so therefore we are pinch state for Penn State football fans as we don't want anybody representing a program that has tattoos body hair surprised that guy off with the NFL big problem with the antics so they're saying they don't like they don't like excessive hair is actually perfect for and then finally before we get to guys on chicks we take quake from a penn state alum who wrote a letter angry letter writers never the MLB postseason is in full swing and with each and every pitch having a great amount of importance the pace of play slows down heading into anywhere we want to smooth her seen stop that's that's what Penn State football should be about it's so this guy is are back this is from David Dave Peterson he wrote to one of the players on Penn State Hey Jonathan my wife and I are proud older graduates at Penn state he listened human rights everywhere except for when it's hurt their bottom dollar and I wouldn't disagree with you at this point though if they just emitted hey we don't want to hurt our bottom dollar anymore but watching the Idaho game on TV we couldn't help but notice your well awful hair surely there must be beers in the locker room don't you have parents or girlfriend L. included some all time fantasy performances across the league and PR formats will fuller put up fifty four points Aaron Jones with forty nine and Christian me who who who told you those shoulder link dreadlocks look disgusting in certainly not attractive we congratulate you on your game against Pitt but you need to remember you written letters to local newspapers about his hatred of discussing tattoos he's written about why babies should be banned from restaurants in airplanes and Aww Penn staters both current and those alumni from years past we would welcome the reappearance of dress codes for athletes you will certainly be playing on Sunday in the future but we have stopped went through their penn state through and through the though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days we missed the clean cut young men and women from those days Afri hosted forty eight the birth of fantasy football dates back to nineteen sixty to a man by the name of Bill Wink wink in back invented and played fantasy watching the NFL due to the disgust and tattoos awful hair immature antics in the end zone players should act as though they've been there before I don't like the antics I got back them up on the by a page about Muslim holidays in a newspaper was offensive to nine eleven survivors so I don't respect anything this guy believes in I'm kind of Oh three hours forty minutes per game that's PMT's sports minute mister totten mister comment sir back to you thanks chic very cool very cool Jake thank you very much representation and we get to mention Hong Kong once a year right perfect Dun Dun Dun hence they are they over in Saudi Arabia I looked in new to little more I I was like this guy's not real he is and he writes a lot of habitual letter right so he the total playoff game time has been fifty one hours twenty two minutes or one hundred and eighty four thousand eight hundred sixty seconds or an average what that's how the world works we'll let the Shanghai Sharks Wayne on DC statehood that'll be a little tit for tat with them yes there we go per you get to you get to talk whatever shit you want about taxation I read more he's he basically travels he has no kids surprise he and his wife Travel and write letters so he's the marlins man of of the male yes of central Pennsylvania W us we're good all right so we have PMT Sports Biz Minute Good Morning this is Jack Morris with a PMT sports these minute week five in the NFC in baseball in the nineteen fifties and the football version eventually followed asper when people started to care for your fantasy team while the answer to that is of course all the things that he was like oh I'll say first of all right off the Bat I don't really trust anybody that gets married to somebody that they went to college with he's well they're Penn state because he'd be electric so spicy for the internet once again no long hair tattoos with else was an antics antics voice L. I did notice that this letter was not handwritten though he he silenced typed it this guy I actually think it's a little bit of a cop out on his part not right with them on the babies and you should not be allowed to feed your child feed your child so I'm with him I I don't agree with anything he says but I do kind peterson is wolverine laying in bed and he's looking at a picture and the picture frame is just John United yes clean cotton yeah he's men the need it we need Dave Peterson onto someone get Dave Peterson twitter account yet him on twitter at least just have someone go sit in just take his his thoughts and put him on twitter it doesn't even like football yeah no he's he likes football from nineteen twenty five he likes staring at a picture of he verbal meme was his name Dave Peterson the healthy I look good now I whenever I look in the mirror I don't discuss myself mostly mostly mostly you're thin respect a guy who just sits at home and writes letters guy needs a hobby more than any he has it his wife his wife says he's like don't you want to go play golf no he does he is thinner yeah let's do guys on checks and now you have to good is you can you have no excuse nother B end well I'm what maybe I'm just old school guy but I liked it when our crackpots used to write letters to the editor in cursive the magic guy figures out twitter what happened is following me around holding in front of my face earlier today it's a medical back when we first found two girls one I wish I'd have to watch that okay got it live up this you have if you if you are a letter writer than write your letters and just write them write 'em right him and just get your ever since then the jet the jess tanked now that Sam Darnold is backed we are going to go to the game and I need to know do need to kiss again to break the curse or I have to go see him to avert avoid further damage to the jets that's how you get mono so I would I would avoid kissing anybody at jets games for the foreseeable unless it's and our uncle chaps who uncle chats with the good is good he's got who it is super okay come prepared here we go sub boys especially heck handsome Hank

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I didn't know that that field you can play a game on that field apparently so yeah major league game game. I know that <hes>. I know that they do that. They rent it out and stuff a major league game. If you build it they will come thank you. I've never seen that movie. You have to see it chris goosebumps every time i see it does jon gruden goosebumps field of dreams hold up absolutely does really really about a father and son. I mean kevin costner thumbs down the most overrated actor in the history of back home listen. I said i might move on every movie every movie. He makes his boring as hell. I don't even disagree with that but field of dreams he was great. He was great. Oh my god what a boring movie oh transaction. It's about the browns. That's why you like. This whole. Durham was good. All durham waterworld was great wanted. My dad made me go see waterworld opening weekend. Good father listen to this. This is what my father did. He said this is the most expensive what we've all the time and they say it's terrible. We have to find out why and then we go in and you realize everyone was wrong. It's amazing facing that was a bad movie great under appreciated. He got off to a good start. The last decade or so has been great for him. I like no way out was really good j._f._k. And i'll give you one movie he was good in and it wasn't because of him the untouchables that was a good movie but it was great in spite of him. It was zeal movie and spider him really madonna documentary. I feel like everything thoughts warren beatty. I feel apart know there. Were eighty shows up. I don't remember costume being. I believe that kevin casa correct me. If i'm wrong i thought that what happened in the truth or dare documentary with madonna when she was the most famous person in america and we were fascinated by her life. I thought kevin costner went backstage. After madonna met him she sort of stuck a finger in her mouth as if it was painful and she wanted to throw up from meeting being kevin costner. I didn't think it was warren beatty. I thought it was warren. Beatty dated her hang on. I'm pretty sure that parental himself no mogae that right and concerts get very long hair. I'm watching the video right now before his hair system transplant. This is how i know. That story is true without looking it up because every tom i watch kevin costner i wanted to do the same thing but can we find a time line that tells us whether kevin costner's career went into the toilet right right after madonna said he wasn't cool the most unbelievable role he's ever had the biggest stretch the bodyguard like yeah yeah and a lot of yard happen post. I truth or dare that happened two thousand eleven with madonna. I believe the biggest stretch was him with dane cook when he's playing a serial killer. What is it the what is the name of. Mr brooks mr brooks. He was a serial killer best trying to be serious. There was a movie with kevin costner and dad is correct act and that is correct and you thought waterworld was bad my friend. I show you the movie with mr brought. You watch this with dane. Cook and kevin kagyu washed yes i did because dane cook was trying to make the transition from funny man serious and i i wanted to go and do the bowling the bowling lane gutter other then i'm going to ask this question and i mean in all series is are you my father. I think sh ninety seven's things things he had the postman and then there was a bit of a dry run. Even though that included for the love of the game which has its fans. Wait a second you saw you saw the worst baseball movie and kevin kosters resume cody movie viewing habits are very strange until recently his father hadn't seen a movie in a theatre since swing vote that was like twelve years ago another costner a i'm going to call it something else but it was not a good word. Thank thank you go sit in the penalty box. I appreciate your uselessness. Take your lunch of cookies and get out of here densify when this all went downhill for him. I think i think ninety seven ninety seven the postman yeah postman but dan you're with me on waterworld right. I liked waterworld. I didn't think it was fair. I'll stop stop on waterworld every time it's it's on. I'll stop and laugh at it so for the first time ever i just saw once upon a time in hollywood and went back into like an archive of old <hes> charlie manson podcast and easy rider captured the zeitgeist have like this hippie movement and critics adored. It and i saw watch out for the first time it's a bit tricky and i realized peter fonda he did an interview in which he admitted he thought dennis hopper was gonna kill him. The entire movie real-life killing because of all the drugs it was having there and dennis hopper was just wild if you don't think too much in the dennis hopper's passer knocker like what you find but dennis hopper legitimately like a madman not for all the ways headlines and information tune into sports center on e._s._p._n. Radio all throughout the day. I'll put it on the poll at lebatardshow who was more of a madman dennis hopper a rip torn because rip torn <hes> <hes> passed away recently and he he woke up drunk one time on the floor of a bank. Is that want you to think about. Eighty isn't the only celebrity whose first name last name synonymous. That's a good question. Does anyone else can anyone else have a countermeasure for a synonymous first and last name anywhere anywhere in celebrities i would say bowl bowl is probably what synonymous here. We've got <hes> speaking of movies. I'm thinking road trip to iowa next august man you. What do you think that <hes> that sounds either although consider connections you might as well drive. I think you gotta gotta go road trip to iowa to feel the dream you have to right. There's no other way i mean it's that or a private jet and so <hes> quentin tarantino oh here <hes> has an interesting life away from the movies and i'm wondering if this is something that surprises us to got that quentin tarantino doesn't merely banned cellphones from his sets. He doesn't use them at home either and brad pitt it says that the way the tarantino sends messages is old voice recorder. You've got to leave a message and because quentin tarantino is not a fan and this one struck me as unusual of technology he bands phones from his sets and will fire people bull if they bring a phone to his set and he's caught them so he goes via old voice recorder. I guess he just leaves messages just for people and <hes> and if you wanna get ahold of quentin tarantino you need on an old school answering machine or on his cellphone message retrieval system. She get over himself name. What are you dig. It's tarantino trying to show. He's a little bit different little bit quirky we get it. You're quaint guaranteed whenever there's also awesome only gonna get a phone exactly. I was talking about with someone yesterday. He does this whole thing. It's good p._r. Because people are like oh man i'm going to go out and watch these movies. He's gonna make an eleventh one and then he's going to be like. I'm gonna come back for one extra movie and he's gonna do that movie and then it's going to be what one more allen plays. The rock makes ten movies a year. It's starting to catch up to the rock not in terms of physique or look. I'm just saying box office. Draw nice try. He's pumping amount so fast at this point. He's hoping you don't notice the last you going on honeymoon. During hobson shaw i think actually affected at the box but he's booked for the next five years the people that move between now and then he's working for five more years. It's good for him but mike is right. People are starting to tire of the same thing happened to kevin hart. I'm serious. He just showed showed up so many places demonte franchise features both of them and that's doing spectacularly well well. We'll see when the sequel comes out but it's actually one of i think top fifty all time worldwide box office earner as it tarantino may ten movies already nine. He says the last epilogue on outlines what's available and it might be a star trek movie reservoir. One true romance ranks again on something. That's a fact did he. I think what was it who directed that tony scott. I see twenty two credits. That's what i'm saying bill in writing credit on true romance the films that are his that he made ten films which he's the director. Am i still the only person person here that it seemed once upon a time in hollywood. Damn i'm really wanna talk about that coming. Anyone credit says himself. I mean so so billy qassam range play someone else. He's going on talk shows. That's what the credits are shows. Some rain says to god's okay. Let me let's let's recap stu gods. This is contributions to this segment so far our greatest living director. Maybe he asked him to show some ranges an actor when he's acting and directing and writing writing there's that i told him to get a phone. How do you feel so comfortable. Quentin tarantino tino is better at everything in his life than you are real. You see the last hour of the vampire movie still dawn that you can't remember because you're the critic who criticizes who don't even remembering the names of movie. I'm the quentin tarantino of lying. I mean this guy says ten movie. He's he's got credits twenty two. He's never played a role other than himself. I mean he's overrated. He has played a role better director. Martin scorsese jesse is out there. There are better directors than quinton tarantino agree right tony scott. Ill guys out there scott's along with us so he's no longer out there. There are a lot of guys out there. He might he's out elsewhere. God's congratulations ladies and gentlemen summoning the dead with his criticism judging the biggest defines right there and kill tony scott lie. Yeah don't investigate gate how he'd he'd love and don't look into dennis hopper's past and don't go go dancing bear blink cameras what happens if you sir. Thank you for tuning belika sue got your guys. It's at that time middle of summer and you have to take advantage of the gorgeous weather before you know it. 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I spent the night in the emergency room. You know the alcohol that comes in the brown by my mouth started foaming these donlevatar our show with stugatz on e._s._p._n. Radio if you missed any of the show you can listen to all three hours of the dan. Lebatardshow plus our miami only our and our best of podcast on demand in the e._s._p._n. App and subscribe to the laboratory in france podcast network featuring south beat sessions stupidity and mystery crepe new episodes every wait. Please rate unsubscribe. It's all the more tab of the e._s._p._n. App we appreciate you folks supporting all of the side projects all of which are finding their voice. You need to give these things time to grow so mystery craig. You've seen that grow another episode of that just dropped stupidity oddity as we mentioned he is playing games. The studio head games to god says with the cody's <hes> with phil simms and his son chris. What can you tell people about mystery crate without giving too much away here my without giving too much away. I will tell you we have a soccer expert. Join us and greg cody. The eight takes an active role and there was a popular segment somehow against all odds popular segment that was on last week's mystery crate. We present the loss crate <hes> the lost tapes of that and on this episode of mystery crate. There's some trademark alison billy banter and i'm a big fan of what stupidity does with the weekend observations reunion. It happens occasionally. That's always a good show and that's unsupervised any this week. Yeah we had a lot of fun and the most popular episode we've done of stupidity is the studio what game with the golic's and it's really you know we have hankers area or frank kellyanne though when they host the show and it just who knows their dad better who knows their son better so the next two weeks yeah i'll be doing it as dan pointed out with chris phil simms versus me and my dad and then greg chris cody versus me and my dad and the questions are funny billy. What happened with the bill walton what happened how how did he go about delaying a padres rockies game so bill walton is interesting and last night the playing the rockies and it was grateful dead night so naturally they had bill walton there and this is all according to sports illustrated so bill walton at one point i believe was playing the bongos and a tribute band. The grateful dead of course for the game is played with the dead before actually well. He was there and he was involved in every it. It seems like it was more bill walton night than anything yesterday because after bill walton played the bongos bill walton threw out the first pitch and that didn't go so well so then bill walton decided but walton was gonna throw out a second pitch and they allowed him because he's bill walton so in most circumstances that would be the end right not the case when it's bill walton grateful dead night the walton. I guess is friends with bud black. Who's talking about black. I'm he convinced foot black to let him take out the lineup car to home plate so he did that and that's normally just kind of like a ceremonial ammonia thing that you give to like season ticket holders or whatever to make them happy and they just go they handed out say shake hands with the empires and they had back now but walton decided to have three to four minute conversation nation with umpires delaying the start of the game because but walton just didn't seem to want to leave the field bill alternate bill walton's bill walton time time i saw him giving he was giving pound fists to the umpires. Just bill walton grabs a hold of you and starts talking. You're gonna be four minutes late. I had bill walton on stupidity. I didn't ask him a single question. He just rambled for thirty seven consecutive minutes. He's not making that up who found the guy that does his job for him. The best because just opened a microphone microphone and he took a steam bath while bill walton was yam ring and a sauna and then came back thirty seven minutes later and said e._s._p._n. Give amy race. I just did my job. They are very well thirty seven minutes of bill walton. That's what those umpires got engulfed. How much was the game delayed by. I four or five minutes yeah like four or five minutes. I mean it's baseball game. Who cares whatever it's same think they're on. They're on relatively tight schedules for when they start with their television spot. I think the white sox have that seven eleven deal where games are supposed to start at seven eleven at sponsored by seven record and all right just wall out there hammering emory who's gonna stop bill walton though are used to from he could have delayed that game an hour and a half and i don't think anyone would have stopped him to you like who's gonna tell built. Listen we gotta. We gotta start it. Who's it going to be joe. West is going to usher walton off the field angel hernandez out. Thanks so are you with me on this as miami guys angel hernandez <music>. Are you guys with me on the idea that he's a blight on our people angel. Angel hernandez is viewed as the personification of incompetence and umpiring hiring kept in his job just because he's got a strong union and i believe he's bad for hispanics there. I said it it's been festering festering within me for about a decade there. I said it he's he's embarrassing. All of us by being out there and living in pembroke pine is a bit harsh. I don't think it's too hard. Did you feel better. I think i don't feel better because he's still out there umping as a blight on my people but if you're gonna have a worst umpire right why not be hispanic no. Everyone thinks he's terrible. The name angel hernandez hernandez is as synonymous with incompetence as gods thanks i i have a bone to pick with people that take out empires officials. You know how hard that is and they're right. Almost all the time like you only remember the times that they're wrong right and these cameras cameras that have a showing everything that it's like listen. The guy came off the base for a split second. He was safe and it's like a gimmicky though you held the tire and he's please all right baseball players the the hitters if you get hit three out of ten times which is thirty percents accessory. You're a hall of famer. Imagine if thirty percent success rate is what the empires that is what angel hernandez the success rate is. That's what he aspires to. Why do they call it a bona pick. Where did that come from. I'm on why is it called a bone to pick. There's a mean bringing everything to a crashing halt again. Go sit in the penalty. Wow you're a small business owner and there's nothing small about about what you do. That's why dell small business technology advisers give you trusted advice one-on-one partnership and taylor tech solutions like computers with intel core processors servers servers storage networking plus thousands of top brand electronics accessories and software no matter your technology needs dell is here to help your small business do big. Thanks coll- 877-buy-dell to speak with an advisor today. That's eight seven seven five zero donlevatar. Is there any other rapley from any other sport that you can remember that played all the time with a toothpick. No it's crazy. Nobody would do that. Today was one of those cinnamon toothpicks you remember. I used to have those in grades grades. Go used to love those in tin. Foil flavored traded stormtroopers and stuff for those toothpicks. Those flavored spicy toothpicks god's stormtroopers. I'd like the little storm sobriety such a great trade in high school. I got reprimanded. A mother got called in because i traded some fat kid i gave him a single dorito for a stormtrooper action figure and it became like you know rob them yeah. I was thirty five years old. V._c.'s lebatardshow with two guys on e._s._p._n. Radio c._e._o. Let's update some polls here at lebatardshow because we're going to open up the club here in about fifteen minutes but before we do that <hes> billy. I'm not sure i i've become somewhat fluent in billy's facial language of cynicism skepticism fear <hes> and i just overheard and you know if you've been listening to this show that mike can stugatz are annoy enormous fans of the movie point break and i you know take it or leave it. It's fine. I'm not as the selous is they are about it but i saw that billy was talking to a mean and billy just saw point break for the first time at i'm curious what you think about it if it holds up if it's something that you thought was amazing or did you think that mike ryan and stu gods is <hes> assessment of this being. One of the most amazing movies of all time was accurate so i didn't know anything about point break rather than hearing them talk talk about it and hearing them make their inside jokes which the whole time and then i thought it was just like a surfing movie and then i got it confused with the other one with the volleyball scene and i'm like is this the movie with surfing and volley gun nerve that one that one. I haven't seen that one either so anyways. I thought this was a surfing movie. Go so then i started reading the top gun to maverick exactly ah get around to it so i started reading the description and if it says heist i'm in i'm in on a heist movie. Always let it on the poll plays. Are you always on a heist movie because i am too. I believe that this entire audience is always in the high space. Movies are the greatest genre of comedies not drama. That's great. That's assembling heist crew. I should have its own oscar yet. Yes best high ties. Yeah my god dan. You're an innovator heist movie heist so point br go sit outside penalties in one game appoint ellie point break. How did you find nothing about this movie but when i started reading the description i involved. I'm like you know what i'm going to check this out because i have a long flights. I'm gonna i'm gonna download it on the netflix and i'm i'm gonna watch on the play. Oh my god what a great decision by me. It's such a good movie and and i hadn't seen any of the ads or anything because always came out like twenty nine years ago. How would i have seen the ads for it so i thought that there was a twist that i was way ahead aw i thought that spoiler alert. I thought that swayze i saw him right away and i'm like is the bad guy for sure. This is the bag it's not going to be the nazis that they're going after originally staffan only swayze and sure enough it was him it was a little sketchy how he was all into this thing and he was selfless and all about the experience and then as the movie plays out <hes> you see really just a selfish guy i mean he still has a soul the entire he maintains his soul the entire movie. I don't believe he has a soul. I think that it was all an act selfish. He was getting adding these people in selling them these things and of course i knew that he was going to go to australia and get him there. As soon as you got away by the way terrible cop awful cop worst cop. Just let them surf away whatever he wanted. He keeps committed crimes with him. Yes what was that about die because of johnny utah selfish action. It's it's amazing that he has a badge to throw into the sand well he but he was torn as to whether or not he wanted to be his friend or he wanted to arrest him or maybe part of the crew like he was really torn. He likes that he could be like that. I mean they knew why. Didn't they have bank. Why didn't they back up at the bank robbery. Where they knew was going to happen. It was just him and busey and by the way now like if you're not exposed to early beauty as like an actual actor and you just know him as gary busey crazy person. It's jarring to see gary busey you see the actor now just know gary gary busey so i see him like being serious academy award winning gary busey. I believe we've wh- holly really buddy holly bubble even then ninety-one with u._c. Point break you could see what was coming right. It was was written all over his face would still be with us if he were just like paying attention while johnny utah was getting a meatball sub at like ten thirty in the morning being and he's like utah to back to utah and oh you knew that was going to happen too because they were showing the shot. They showed like the reflection in the glass. They didn't show him actually by katherine bigelow job with that scene. Why didn't you go skydiving with then after he chased them through the streets. I know that that was kind of like oh. He thinks that he's gonna give them about going to jump out of lane and then they start doing that thing where they're switching around here like they know which one is not gonna an open giannis gonna die. He doesn't but why would they go. Why would he do that. He was convicted the entire time he was absolutely compromised by the bodies africa uh-huh so put it on the poll kiana reeves bad cop in point break yesterday terrible cop none the worse awful ever in so many people died because of his selfish acts sold for twenty five to one point. I'm twenty five twenty. Five forty mad twenty five hundred twenty five year olds look like in one thousand nine hundred patrick swayze looking this rough. He's never looked better and his hair better swayze road. How not another dan. He looked right roadhouse but never has better than he did. Appoint break movies villain. He maintained. He's the soul of the entire movie. He's just pleasant is into put it on the poll at lebatardshow swayze. He was a colt call lear. That's exactly what any almost got kiani win on it. Two separate originally did spiritual religious figure. I mean he was amazing atta. Who is your favorite. Other guy in. That crew was at roach roaches great great. I remember the scene well the the neo nazi thing i broke it to billy that one of the <hes> the skinheads or that rogue surfer gang that everyone thought was he ex-presidents president. One of them was anthony keates from the red hot chili peppers. You probably know post california <unk> anthony kiedis. This is younger anthony kiedis and tom sizemore is more than that <hes> in that scene and he was like undercover <hes> that would be a waste of time doesn't get charged with with crimes by the way he's just walking away understand that about movies because i saw this other movie with selena gomez and the guy that looks like kevin dillon whatever his name is ethan ethan hawke. Is that his name. They weren't a movie to get together to looks like heaven dylan. Yeah yeah wear honey. Drama was your reference. My thought it was johnny drama for the longest time in that movie. I'm telling super confused. I had to look it up and ethan hawke used to be every girl's favorite and now he's being compared to johnny johnny drama so in this movie. I don't remember what it was but basically johnny fake. Johnny drama's wife was kidnapped right and then they were put in this car together and they're committing crimes all through town. It's insane. How many cops are dying because how it's getaway. That's what it's called so he was a retired like nascar driver and now the way that it works is angelina jolie's dad jon voight. He's the flights every time you do something here. Why are you pointing just making sure you're with me. You can't well. I've been with you about three minutes longer than i've wanted to be. Are are we gonna arrive at you landing the plane yes this is the point is i don't understand how you're allowed to commit crimes and you're allowed to essentially kill cops and people but if you just say at the end well my wife was kidnapped kidnapped and there was this crazy jon voight who was telling me to do everything so it was really against my choice how you just walk after that like no no you've causing entire cities worth of damage thirty five costs at least have died car accident as a result of your getaway driving. How is it that you're just able to walk at the end of this because oh we're saving the life of one kidnapped napa white yeah. That's what i feel like what i watch speed at. What cost office let the bus dollars worth of damage. You don't want anyone to die but like a. It's like the trolley problem really right. Isn't it the trolley problem you familiar with that. Let's one life worth saving. If it's gonna the cost you like ten other lives. No i mean yes some. If you know the one person what we're in the bosnian sandra bullock wait but we're only seeing the story from the perspective getaway of the getaway driver whose wife was kidnapped. What if we saw it from another perspective the wife of the cop who just had a kid and and now the cop is dead. We didn't get that story okay. Let's <hes> let's fight for those rights and future movies the different perspectives the justice of everyone involved these movies. Am i getting some points here. What after you are congratulations tonio. Your star is rising. Just let it guillermo keep talking and your star will continue to rise. Put it on the podium. I couldn't get this to you because you were too busy talking at lebatardshow. Oh the most beautiful swayze is it point break. Is it roadhouse or is it. Ghost is a dirty dancing or is it too long. Thanks for everything julie. 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Yep should've gotten to rent. This is not live at our show with two guys on e._s._p._n. Radio so we've got to open up the club here and send you into the weekend. We also have to update the polls at lebatardshow on twitter but first an important gary busey update yeah i misspoke when i said gary busey watering academy award for portraying bob <hes> bob holly as a wrestler <hes> buddy holly <hes> he was merely nominated at lebatardshow instagram and twitter where he got there the twitter balls raji dollarshaveclub dollarshaveclub delivers. The product view used a look feel and smell your best right to your door plus with their handsome discount. The more you buy the more you save go to dollarshaveclub dot com slash. Damn very special offer again at lebatardshow go on twitter. Should it only be newsworthy. When michael beasley passes a drug test ninety four percent of the audience said yes bob holly was from the early early ninety s w._w._f. Era in which all the gimmicks had to be occupations. That's why dr isaac yank him was a dentist and who can forget duke the dumpster drowsy <hes>. Does it always come down to you needing drawn the colts vs titans game. Does i mean everything comes down to that ninety. One percent of the audience said yep of course bob spark plug holly was repackaged during the attitude era and became hardcore holly. Where would you rather sleep outside lied or a twenty four hour gym. Fifty two percent of the audience set outside. Now everyone remembers hardcore holly primarily for his legacy of the the rest of the holly family crash being very popular <hes> multiple time hardcore champion did gentlemen win the night fifty one percent of the the audience said yes and who can forget molly holly who went on to win the divas championship. What does sam darnold look more like a lego uh-huh firemen or the guy who says it's no big deal officer my dad's the mayor and it's just a little bit of we'd sixty three percent of the audience audience said a lego firemen. Are you allowed to be a fan of baloney. Eating doug marrone fifty six resented the audience that no crash holly won the tag team championship with his cousin hardcore holly one time however as i mentioned action he's most known for his hardcore title run in which he won the hardcore championship twenty two times who was more of a madman dennis hopper or rip torn fifty eight percent of the audience at dennis oppor. We still haven't found somebody who's i same means the same thing as elaborate torn. Do we have any nominees from the audience at lebatardshow go on twitter am i coming in strong is so far with bowl bowl being the <hes> the first name being synonymous with the last name. Are you always at a heist movie movie eighty. Two percent of the audience said yes. This is the big one is jonah reeves a bad cop and point break seventy. Two percent of the audience audience said yes. This is a big one. Which is the most beautiful patrick swayze. Let's wait until the end of the show for that that we got. We need to buildup to that. Let the votes come in here at lebatardshow. Who is the most beautiful patrick swayze. This is important people all right. It's roadhouse was ghost. It'll wong fu point break but let's open up the club and at the very end we'll find out who is the most beautiful patrick swayze. Maybe it's open. We do it every week here to end the week and send you a happy hour even though it's twelve fifty two in miami and we're late for happy hour my what's the first sound in the club. Just make sure your cleared. You think you're a big tough guy. Lake actually a coward a full-fledged coward that is my greenberg going on after going off and going after anonymous source. You're not gonna get any information like that ever if i ever see it. 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Season 2 Episode 12 - The Gingerdead Man

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Season 2 Episode 12 - The Gingerdead Man

"Disolve lane is a force. Production Fan of movies are comics for video games or just anything else. Nerdy the zing this podcast and that's spelled Z. E. N. G. This and we have nerdy topics from comic book. Reviews to in-depth analysis of ICONIC NERDY movies was video game discussions. Where some of the best places to find US alley. Well pod Dean. Of course you also find us on itunes stitcher Google play anywhere else. You listened to your podcast. Yeah so check us out once again. That is this. Hello all you bitches tear. This is James but let me start that again. Blooper what you suck. What's up everybody? Welcome back to another episode of what the Suck. My name is James and Chris. Welcome to episode twelve. Which is the ginger dead man which is a two thousand six? American horror comedy film directed by Charles Band and stars. Gary Busey directed by child ban produced by Charles Band oar produced and directed threat produced by Charles Band. As I said Joe Dane JETHRO. Roth cushal written by William Butler and Dominic Moore starring Gary Busey. That was right there. That was the reason for me picking yet my sold hip Robin Sydney Ryan Lock Alexia Allen. Jonathan Chase Margaret Bligh then yellow melk metal goals goals medical. Cy Newell Alexander James Schneider and Larry Cedar Music by Robert Bellinger ours at Belgian. Now's balanced `Bout Ballinger ballinger cinematography by Keith. J Duggan now Hacksaw. Doug and Flex Duggan. Okay when she edited by Danny Driven distributed by full moon entertainment all year. Yeah and Talos. Entertainment release date of August thirtieth. Two Thousand Six with a merciful running time of seventy five minutes so good so so sure awesome and go into our tomato meter. I finally got it right after Lasley might Amir. Mater made her. It has an actual. Oh God this might be too good. It has a sixty percent on the tomato meter and the audience score is twenty eight percent on a Let's see four thousand in three ratings for the audience but there's only five for the there's only for the critics and and three out of five liked it so yeah it should be in. Trouble does not account for taste. Those critics came from places such as cinema crazed east bladder seven millimeter pictures. Spf DOT is and DVD. Talk Dot Com not really some of your higher quality critics. Hey man you know fuck him all right. So what is the movie? All about James Asks Right. These synopsis reads as such a quiet small town. Diner a deranged patron shit. And his lots of those yeah Millard Fiddle Meyer played by Gary Busey. Fire on the Lei family killing all. But the daughter. Sara lay played by Robin Sydney during trial. Sarah's testimony sends Millard to the Electric Chair and his ashes are sent to his mother and he vowed revenge. Miller's mother mix her son. It's hard to say with a secret. Gingerbread COOKIE MIX which makes it way out which makes its way into Sara Lee's bakery -sarily Sarah Lean. Nobody does it like I just fucked and caught that I mean spell different but I was like Oh my God when one of the bakery employees brick fields as MRS fields. Jonathan played by Jonathan Chase cuts his arm and accidentally bleeds into the mixture and old. Kerr's spawns a a deadly twelve inch walking talking killing gingerbread cookie and wreaks havoc on anything standing in his way. Evil has never tasted so delicious. Oh God and so okay. So how are we going to rate this piece of shit well? A rating system is always a we read it on turn emojis One to five one being great five being complete pilots. Shit if you'd like to hear the descriptions of Said Turned ratings. Please refer to previous episodes gives. We ain't Doin Nash. Right you've got like twenty seven episodes with our rating system. Goal is one of those that's right and if you don't want to know this yeah one it's great five. You will kill you so yeah okay all right with that being said. Let's get into the review showy. I'm actually looking forward to this. One do I love Lucy Hale you in a quiet bakery. One woman is about to confront her past unforgivable at violence here that after they cried him in the chair and sent his ashes to his father in crews birth. Something must be the gingerbread Susan unholy curves. What is GonNa what who would kind of Kooky for how is that? What assuring that those Mary fucking dope boy law run? Run as fast as you can some things in the oven. The you get food tasted so good mother fucker man. We were not the pair for this fucking founded. Holy Shit. I'll tell you what beauty never disappoints This time well kind of Well the movie doesn't waste any fucking time. It goes right to the beginning and beauties ravenous plays and as a family cowering in the booth and they get up and actually for some reason decided to challenge him. You know he's crazy already and gotta give them yeah So He. The Dad charges him with a steak knife. Yeah Yeah Grill stupid. Russ Martin Russ stupid gets gunned down and Co Blood Bam did and then the fucking boy the son gets up and keeps telling him just put down again just put down just put it down is keeps whispering it so he does he puts it down and he said now what you GonNa do in my I don't even know how to imitate. Uc where you know let it goes on the ground. Now said that what you're GonNa do you three something. So the kid stupidly dies for the gun These got endel Mayer has been no Meyer Fiddle. Meyer grabs him throws him against the counter. Been out of the car and stabs the shit. Yeah with the steak knife. It is dead charged with yeah so to down to dead. He Robs fucking store actually three down because he killed the mom with a shot to the head before he killed the Dad. Osh Right he did. Yeah but it. It's like within the first two seconds of the film. You fucking blink and you miss it you get them. Dorothy of your kills the first thirty seconds. Yeah so then. Then the flipped it just leaves a daughter and He doesn't kill her. Let me tell you something. This three and a half minute is his three. And a half minute intro before the credits this is the only time you see Gary Busey in this whole fucking movie. That is true. He he makes no other appearance voice voice whereas voice where this is the easiest movie. He's ever done in his fucking light. Because you had to be on set for two hours to film this. Three and a half minute sequence. After that. He did the rest of his work in an audio booth. Probably a drunk off his ass so you get you get only three and a half minutes with Gary Busey. And it is the it is not fun it is not cool. It is not hilarious. He's actually cold blooded. He's just being he's most fucking rational. He's ever been in his fucking career you know dries out and he's saying he's talking all smooth shit and I will make note. The music is over the top ridiculous. Oh yeah they're corneas events own. Music goes on fucking forever. But it is befitting such a culinary tale of murder and mayhem so. I was like this. Is I mean this fucking stupid I mean if you can picture the corneas bullshit music. It says it. Yeah funny so we flash forward to the bakery gals in winter thing let. Let's just make note that we flash forward we don't know flash forward no. We have no idea because well we have some idea because the daughter is air. She's in the bakery things but we have no idea how long it's been. We have no idea what. What if it's the same city that she was in before we have are given no information? We just all of a sudden put into fucking bakery watching this bitch make and we already aired because he did not shoot model. You didn't because Mama still thought somebody. He shot three people shot. He shot two people and instead the third it must have been too. Yeah I think it was two of her brothers enter daddy okay. Okay that makes more sense. We almost honestly. It doesn't matter it really doesn't fucking matter because at that then it becomes a little mind numbing so then we introduced to our our stars the The girl who summer fucking name. What's her name? Oh Shit Lorry or Laura Laura Lauren. Some Shit I don't know And then induced to her co worker bric brick the wrestler the baker the butcher Baker Butcher Baker did prepare to meet your maker and they. They're taught there. She gets a package in supposed to be gingerbread spices quote unquote gingerbread seasoning. And then what happens? Is they go to open the can and in the process of opening the can haste cuts living somehow out of his fucking hand. Yeah and instead of taking it over to the sink right he drapes his fucking hand over an open container of bake of baking gingerbread flout gingerbread mix. Yeah Yeah and bleeds a shitload. All into the season that they don't even see they don't and then after he he takes off because he's going to some wrestle poosible shit she proceeds to make the gingerbread Whatever but she uses the same mix. His blood is in. You know. I'm just wondering why in the Fuck Marvin Zindler was to check this out. This is not healthy. No bullshit you don't know who Marvin is Google him. I mean this this right here is it should be shut down by the board because this is unhealthy so then but in between all that were introduced to another character. Some friend of hers who I don't know I just car the teen lady number two because I don't know her name and she names like you said names from nine hundred horn at all and she. She's reading a paper and this is this is the quote unquote exposition dumped. That were given because yes. She's reading the paper story about how fiddle fiddle. What nomar domain Federal Meyer in a Meyer was executed night before Yup and then he was cremated and his ashes were sent to his mom in coon. Swallow Yep so. They don't have to. They don't have to fuck explain it. They don't have to film it. He doesn't have to do any scenes in it. It's it it's all you see done. Not Our cat. How he's captured. You know was there was. There was a battle none of that. She teaches all of a sudden he us being he was executed and he was in his ashes. Were sent to his Momma. But they don't explain how his ashes were actually sent to his Mama. Somehow they got sent to the fucking bakery. Well Mama delivered him. The hooded figure was his mother I see miss that part. The foul an evil person in the hooded garment dropped his ashes off at the back of the diner. Yeah and that's what. She ended up making cookie. Gotcha so but then. We're also induced the other mama drunk as Merisi. Mama I I like this lady and I liked his character because only in Texas. Yeah you have drunk ass woman with a full bottle of Jack Daniels and a twelve gauge out in front of her store patient around mumbling getting pissed off at the business across the street and she makes three precision twelve gauge shotgun blast and knocks down this banner. Cross cross the street Yeah yeah she's not shooting slugs and there's just there's no kickback on it. She's just firing begun. None whatsoever took off her damn shoulder like I said only Texas. Yeah because not cops. Don't come nobody. Calls them nothing atmos-. She just walks the her daughter and her friends grabbed the gun and her friend takes her back inside and that's all happened to her. No charges pressed for Ben was mental. And then we get back to a long drawn out unfortunate. Woe is me seen after of course introduced to To the protagonist well the one of the protagonists hop along dumb shit. I belong dumb. Shit the man who runs a restaurant or the bakery across the street. So He's what? Hey y'all doing here is up in a Camaro in Texas hat. And he's got a fake as accent. He's got a Ho- of daughter in his car with him. Miss Pretty face. Whatever MISS WACO PRETTY FACE? Yeah that's literally the that's yeah. And where where due to the fact that historians opening up in a year once it opens up her bakery was going to go under and he wants to just by her her bakery. First we can tear it down and then she's like Oh then daughters telling them. Don't worry I'll pay for the banner and Blah Blah Blah and basically take the rap. Yeah for Mama Cass. She standing there holding the shotgun. His stores all shot fuck ups. He's like I'll pay for the Dane ratchet wheel and then we'd go back inside and that's when this letter bakers leaving and that's when we get the woe is me saying that. I was calling talk for like ten fifteen minutes. A Lotta Shit. Nothing's happening she's pushing around racks of FUCKING CROISSANTS. Shit and then decides it's time to get to the gingerbread dough which has a as I noticed. Probably been mixing for about a day and a half. Yeah because I think they started mixing it at the beginning of the movie. And it's been mixing ever since fucking going the whole time. And then she she. Then she makes the fuck injure measurements at twelve inch gingerbread man. Because I don't know who the fuck ass for one but somebody that apparently so she makes it into romance sticks in this giant. Walk in oven this. This is literally the one of the stupidest fucking things I've ever seen. I mean this fucking thing. It looks like a walk in freezer. But it's a fucking oven it's gone you're baking cookies. In there and throughout the movie people are walking in and out of this motherfucker. I mean you're opening the door and you're walking into what has to be four hundred degree heat. Yeah and walking and walking all on the ground. There's no heat on the ground. Apparently apparently the ground heat-proof yeah. There's no heat there So she makes the gingerbread man and this is where the movie takes a big dump. Don't because the WHO walks in what's her name Ms Pretty Waco. Yeah starts giving her shit sticks a rattener store because she didn't think she was there so she was going to try to get her run out of business with the health department. Yeah and they get into the dumbest fucking fight. Meanwhile you're you're treated wonderful. Wonderful wonderful scenes of the gingerbread man being baked into life and see face farming. Yes he looks like. This is the dumbest fucking design ever seen in in in a puppet ever so waco. Pretty face techs a pie. You know she takes a pint of the Polish and then all of a sudden they start running around throwing fucking croissants at each other and Shit and finally semi lands a punch. Yep You know I didn't know what if I could name is. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter hopefully they'll fuck a matter and then the boyfriend comes in. Who was in the car waiting the whole time and bushell a nonsense scenes at just descriptive so bad. It is so bad as it is back but then then all of a sudden retreated to the birth of the gingerbread man. The Ginger did magic dead man and he appears in the window of the walking oven. And here's the shit out of with. Uc Laugh now. Let's also not forget. We hear him in their scarfing. He's eating. He's burping not revenue on the oven. He's not he's in the cooler or something that's after after they let him out. Yeah after inadvertently led him out. Yeah I mean. They had no idea but he got out. But he's in there eating and you look around but when you see shit flying out he only told shelley thing yeah full size human arm throwing Shit Shit. I was a bad cut. Real bad They they did not really That that was cut. They had to go with. That was the best cut to say that and and it wasn't even that great so then they're running around trying to escape the ginger. Oh my God. The Toll Bench twelve inch cookie cookie red man that you could just kick and bust into thousand pieces. You could throw a pot of water on to make him soggy something and they're running around the running from him as if he some and at this point we also realized that this whole entire movie is taken place inside this fucking Baker but what's also said as he fuckers just sitting there discussing whether or not they should leave. Yeah yeah there's there's a killer cookie running one kill cookie exit in this building and they stay four exits and thing then drunk. Grandma comes in and she's she's she's drinking and she she hears the Gary Busey laughed and she she recognizes it and all of a sudden what is funny that she takes that bottle. She's she sees him standing on the counter as she takes bottle boo she's been nursing the entire movies over and she goes she goes or non-euro realm of that no more of that but he he jumps up on the counter and she's she's sitting there staring like a good thirty seconds and then because he's half drunk she walks towards him and she keeps covering her eyes and then she peeks cover is cause she's trying to make sure she's not saying the right and holds her fucking hand out she's going to the Mills Buri doboy poke in the belly with a finger. That's what she's trying to. And of course this fucking dude has The Bradman had ginger dead. Man has a a night behind his back because why not and so then. Of course we get a stupid cut away scene where all of a sudden you see the knife flash and then a finger fly and he talked to finger off. Yep She starts screaming backpedals and falls into what looks like a laundry van of some light lemons and stuff and stuff and then she goes. What the Hell Are you? And he delivers probably the best line of the whole movie. Well at eight. I ain't fucked and Pillsbury dough boy. Yeah and then The other Latino Governor to comes in She's talking and she's trying to help her out of the basket and then she gets a head full of hand. Courtesy of the Ginger deadman's black. Yeah and you're seeing at this point you've already pretty much seen the puppet in its full. Glory ended actually horrible. It's very badly bad like we don't we. We were discussing. We don't know what the budget for this was. But we were guessing probably around five hundred thousand dollars and of that four hundred thousand once again Gary Busey there for a day and then fifty thousand went into the location Forty thousand went into getting on food. Ten thousand one to the puppet I I think so. Yeah so then then boyfriend outside to get a gun because they're endanger in the Nagoya side. There's a stupid team talking to the main girl. Whatever her name is just drags it drags talking about another one fucking China established characters. What it is. But it's wasn't trying to bulk it up. See they've already paid. He's off the set. He's probably are recorded all of his lines. So they're doing everything they can to stretch this movie. Indiana painful hundred seventy five minutes. Seventy five one hour ten minutes so so so then. The Dad shows up because earlier. The Blonde of the daughter had called him to come help her and the dad shows up he gets out of his car. He goes up to her car. And I'm gonNA before you continue. I'm going to say at this point before it goes on that. I predicted something stupid. Yeah you're GONNA sit there. Leave the car door open with the lights on the engine running. And you're GONNA wander around. Something's bound if I can happen. Still at damn thing. Yeah but some okay. Somebody like like a Carthy for some Hard Jack. Sanger being sarcastic as the some of the still shit. Never would you expect interim anti get in the fucking car? Use a metal rolling pin as an extension to push. The gas somehow is able to read the car up and steer it and steer it and he stares directly into dad into a wall. What the second annual by you city. Paranormal Symposium is here April Twenty Fifth and Twenty Six at the Pasadena Convention Center. Special guests include John's f-a-s-t Katie. Stafford brothers more to spine tingling interactive exhibits including the Fan Favorites Psycho Manson to over forty vendors and exhibitors will be on hand free vendors shopping all weekend discounted presale tickets and VIP available now through February twenty-ninth by you city's premier event for the things that go bump in the night go too bad wolf events dot com for tickets and more info. No it gives them the AUX Christine style kill. I love it so that that is forty nine minutes. Five seconds. Into the movie you get your. I literally first legit kill. I mean you have three kills the beginning but don't count because that's not ginger dead. That's just Gary Beauty. As Gary Music matter of fact that was probably that was probably surveillance footage of Gary Busey. Restaurants are actually killed fucking people and they just put it into the movie you never know and so forty nine minutes and you finally get a kill. His Dad in in the car okay. So then there's then we're treated to Let's see more. Oh so then the the guy and the girl find the second Latina in the oven actually freezer. He's in the freezer in the freezer. Yup and she's frosted. She's frosted and sprinkled frequent and cherries are put on her tits as Nipples. Yes you heard that right. Cherries are put on her tits as nipple so they drag her ass out and all I do is cover with a blanket but they leave around the fucking floor. We're trying to figure out how the fuck you had time to. Bolting to to frost her entire fucking body Well during all his boring Bullshit Dialogue WanNa go round and kill these people have said he frost that Mitch so then You know the scene where where Miss Pretty pretty phase walking around and she all of a sudden comes across. I Ki- qualcomm frosty. Because he reminds me a lot of Jack Frost frosting She runs into Gingerbread man and who slices her face like three times but yet the blood effect on that one is pretty poor three times but oils. One wound one wound. And it's just a little bitty scout so it's pretty poorly done so then she runs into the other two in the kitchen area in the back kitchen and then they discover grandma's in the oven somehow and been in there. I don't know how fucking long but she'll she got all fucked up but she's still alive somehow still not even smoking and she's an. I'm sorry this is the Dumbest fucking movie prop I've ever seen in my life. Yeah because there are different. You know as we get into this little more toward the end. You'll know we're talking about but yet this person is in there still alive. The Oven God knows how hot it is hot enough to bake. It would kill somebody and second year even maybe a minute post you know skull the lungs death all this shit. Well anyway they pull her out. Yeah and after they get her out of the thing they just leave around fucking Florida. Yeah and then Miss So just before. That happens though. Miss Pretty face gets killed. Finally this is the second and the only other killings entire fucking movie nothing about this one more at the end but it is stupid but so. She says she's leaving. She's walking towards the exit. She pulls a rope which knocks him stuff on the ground behind her then all of a sudden off screen you hear him laugh. You hear a knife go through the air and then it lands directly in her forehead. You're right you hear you hear the night may don't see anything you don't see him throw it you don't see him. We're talking Rambo knife thing. Yeah the huge handle and he manages to throw it hard enough to bury it all the way up to the fact of the handle in her skull. Yeah so at that point okay. So then they they After they pulled grandma out they decided they're going to trick him and get him into the oven and so But what happens is he actually what. I'm no go ahead. That's all I thought you. Just get our just sitting there making a phase. Because I'm sitting here going. He's about to take the pistol away. Yeah Yeah pretty boy so so they some happens and he ends up trapping the main girl in in the walk in Oven. He knocks down pretty boy. And then there's there's okay so this is this'll fucking dumb so he traps her in of in the oven before it closed the door. Apparently there are controls inside the oven. Which makes no sense stupid. He he pressed last controls all the controls desktop controls and then he closed the door. Okay then he puts a pan on the doorknob to lock it in somehow and knocks pretty boy down. Pretty boy comes to shoots the pan off of the DOOR WITH CRYSTAL POINT PRECISION. Priscilla quick-draw Shit. Yeah so she's able to get out and then now mind you. He shot twice. He shot twice Okita. He has a six year by the way he does. He has a six. Looks like a forty four or thirty zero three fifty seven th yeah gasp big ass shooter will that sound a bit so then head so then she gets out. She crawls over to him and then Ginger Amanda Pierce then at the same time butcher Baker boy butcher bitch boy comes back from his his wrestle Palooza. He shows up wearing fucking goggles in outfit. Don't let in yeah he's GonNa. He's going to wrestle. The Fuck Ginger Lemon at that point your asses toast at that point the gingerbread man pulls out the gun. He said he goes. You've gotta be shitting me. And his best beauty pulls out the gun and goes to work I mean he starts blasting all hit and Shit. I hit shit. He's not even really holding. Its tucked under his arm. You can see the puppeteers finger pressing the trigger in the shot. And that's not even the stupidest no wasn't dumbest par. James The dumbest part. My friend is besides the two shots that dumb fuck on the floor. I think his name was Amos Amos. Yeah shot the Pan over there. He fired two rounds yeah. Gingerbread man gets a hold a gun and fires I shit. You not folks. Eighteen shot teen additional rounds from a six shooter from a section would know reloading not loading just straight on straight up. I mean this is old West Style and that is fucking dumb and after he finally empties his Hollywood style. Six shooters yeah. Yeah because that's how I would put. It is yeah. Obviously it's exaggerated is corneas. Fuck you know the whole premise. Anyway stupid but then he empties at Bake Butcher Baker now the the Latino number two knocks him off the the counter with right. She gives them a swipe and says here take. That bitch asked the fuck out of them. And that's when butcher Baker Bitch boy jumps jumps on a minute. Hold him down and says I'm going to kill each you or some shit and then proceeds to eat his head AIDS his fucking head. Eat the head and arm and a bunch of Red Goo on ground. Yeah and so at that point that everything's fine everything. He's not a cookie cycle. It's like it's almost like he turned into meat because when he's eating his head. It's like stretching and snapping coffee and hot higher something yes master your Shit. So then everybody is is is getting out of the of the of the bakery except for Butcher Baker Bitch boy and Tina go number two. He stays behind to wipe to clean his face off well long behold turns out that somehow because Gary Bucy's gingerbread men is is possessed. He possesses butcher Baker Bitch Boy. Quadruple puts her picker. Bits boy. Quadri will be. Yeah Yeah so. He ends up being possessed The main girl goes back in to check on him which I Predict predicted as well. Yeah and then. We're presented with butcher pitcher big book bitch boy with some was a makeup to make him look possessed. I love said Shit three times but your boy a backup bench boy. Oh boy yeah and so anyway. So then they get him into the oven and because you haven't so inconsistent the walk in his own consistent within ten seconds he's burnt so it just killed off her coworker her friend. Yep Butcher Butcher Baker Bitch boy hello And give those no second thought nothing none none then she goes back in like. I said they all get out. Yes she goes back in and you made note of this they get back in there. And all the chaos and mayhem that ensued for the mearlier our longer the places spot. It's clean is so clean. There's not a drop a speck of Shit on if I mean there's nothing that that's just the continuity error but it's still it's so obvious yes it is So anyway so then. The next scene is like it's weeks later and the bakeries doing great and there's a big sale during the day and people were coming up and by all kinds of dumb shit and two boys come up as the Yemeni gingerbread cookies and they're lying to nurses like yeah. Some girl does solely became by the mom from earlier probably came by and drop these off and they opened a box and these four little normal size gingerbread men look nothing like the other one but you like shit but then there is all move and that's the end of the movie. That's a whole army of these little fuckers so yeah yeah day now. One little point I did miss unfortunately which was one of the funniest parts of the movie to me is from cold-blooded Shit was when you know hop along dumps. It was killed and damn near cut in half by his own car. Yeah his daughter comes out there. Oh Daddy I'm sorry I missed. This is like the soul. Mind numbing and you know trying to explain. This fucking movie is is hard enough as it is but anyway leave me that. Oh well you did. You Ain't going to be needing this big goal rang and she takes his hand and and goes and that's just leaves. Yeah so end of movie. That's the point. I was really looking forward to this and not as fortunately disappointed me even for a shitty movie. It disappointed me. Unfortunately yeah the abuse part. I was the best part. Okay I'm sorry to say it was. Now his voice overs he had some good lines But I'm just GonNa roll with Gopher acting okay. It's complete shit. Oh yeah it was not as horrible even from UC. He wasn't even phone in and he was like Faxon. It in Hoesch. Yeah but he played pretty good. Cold-blooded whatever you know you. Just but the rest of the act was pathetic. The effects were horrible. You know blood effect that this the practical effects Hundley was absolutely suck at poppit was dumb Script lame eight. The story itself. The premise would have been like I said this. This is like one of those other ones. This could have been much better done. I mean a killer. Cookie could have they could have done a lot more with his. Yeah where it had been at least funnier and a little rock in a little more death but they blew it the swinging amiss. Yeah just because Busey's in it even his voice. I'm going turds on this or tear. Alright I can't give it a five because I love me some beauty all right but there wasn't enough of him to make up for everything else. It was so horrible Gotcha So that's what I'm going like. Oh Man everything about this movie is just bad interesting wrong. I mean the script is horrible. Acting was terrible story was was terribly we? We've seen it done better in movies like Jack. Frost see. I know. You'll hear me laugh a lot when he's talking but it's only because I'm watching his facial expressions. This is seriously painful for him. I mean Jack. Frost was basically. The same movie was just on so much better. I mean and not better as it was a better movie. Dis- A had better lines Had A better premise. Better Costume The the one liners from Jack. Frost were so much better. That's the thing they gave Gary Busey a role as gingerbread man. And they didn't do one fucking cookie pun. One gingerbread pond existed. Well all I did was I already when she goes. Yeah but that's not a pun. That's that's just like a that's a one line at. That's not that funny but lake. They didn't do anything like that. Gaby's WHO's in it for three minutes onscreen and again. I think that was just events footage of him actually holding up a restaurant. This was this was post accident Busey. Yeah the way and and and then the rest time. He's literally facts in an in on his lines with the with the shitty puppets That they use The the continent was terrible. The the the the cinematography was terrible. Everything was terrible and in find one would even factor about it even with abuse like I like DC from like like Winco DC CAB and black sheep and Pow Predator to Gary Busey was better than Gary. All right And I just. It was painful. Seventy five minutes The worst seventy five minutes of my life thus far I doubt Komo now I cannot recommend this movie for anybody. I am going to have to pull at six. I'm going to six on this. I cannot recommend this at all. It's not it's not fun. It's not funny. It's not even worth watching just what I don't understand. I don't understand how they may three more movies with this fucking permits we saw. There's there's two more sequels and then there's a crossover with Evil Bong. I don't WanNa Watch Evil Bong movie. No I don't WanNa see the sequels or the crossover would gingerbread man. Because I don't understand from what it was so mind. Lem mind-numbingly just horrible. Well that's what the that's the point of this whole thing is so I'm going to six. Don't damage it Okay if I if you're listening and you're you're a constant listener or your usual listener and you fill yourself go more towards James Recommendations and his four and watch it Be prepared to drink heavily. 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Episode 132: Run, Run, as Fast as You Can

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Episode 132: Run, Run, as Fast as You Can

"This week on this where wolves. It's nothing but high class and sophistication as we discuss the ginger dead man and evil bong A the sore podcast. The podcast that discusses all things are brett. I'm david david. Yeah every once in awhile. I get fucking brilliant brilliant. I every once in a while. I'm just like bing. Eureka found gold. This is not necessarily wanted those times. This is just an idea. But i paired two movies up this week which will lead into other episodes in the future for us. I'm setting it up. I'm like putting a ball on t- And i'm on this episode. Is the ball on the tee and the swing and the hit is going to be follow up later later and i think people will know what those follow odes. What have you done. But i came across a couple of films while searching on to be to be. Who would this episode is not sponsored by to be fucked those guys but i enjoy the product. The ginger dead man and evil bong now. Had you heard national visas. Yeah i'd heard of these movies. These are both full moon productions. We've talked about full moon in the past. We talk about puppet master. I believe one of those demonic toys movies was a full moon production that classic known for quality but ginger dead man and evil bong now. There is a museum up near las. Vegas that i want to go with you when we go to vegas in me. Yeah dinosaurs no. It's okay and in this whole museum they have actual props from ginger dead man and evil ball from both. Oh are they for sale. No they're just for display purposes. I don't know maybe they could be for sale. Everybody's got a price right. Million dollar man said that is pretty low five bucks along but i i'd seen this. I'd known of this. I known we were going to vegas. Actually i didn't know we're to vegas. I knew eventually. We're going to go to vegas and i wanna stop off at this museum. They have this stuff. And so i started thinking Looking through to be one equals to brit. The light bulb went off and gingy dead man and evil bong. We're both on there. And i'm like we're going to review. It's meant to be review these movies. It's fate it is fate so Never seen these movies before it heard these movies. You had never seen these before. So we're going to be going at this with an open mind yeah Open heart open. Hearts ginger dead man came out. In two thousand five it was written by william butler and dominik muir directed by charles band music by roger ballinger starring gary busey as millard kindle meyer aka the man and then there's other people like there's a bunch of nobodies i guess i should mention robin sydney plates place. Sarah yeah sara. Lee sara lee. It's very clever. Very clever Out mention her because she's also an evil ball. Yeah all the characters have goofy names. Yeah we got sara lee. We got lorna dean. Jimmy dean jimmy team amos cadbury millard kindle. Meyer fuck Release date august thirtieth two thousand five. I don't have a budget. But i know beauty got paid. Twenty five k for his part like twenty five like beauty was nominated for an oscar by the way back in the day before he got into his motorcycle accident which caused him to be a little crazy Gary busey was like well respected actor even after the motorcycle accident. Wasn't he in fucking. What's that lethal weapon. And he was the bad guy in that he was pretty good bag. I was he got nominated for an oscar for the buddy holly story which which that's a that's a really good movie he did offer got using that. Yeah he's buddy holly fucking buddy holly star. He was good. That's a good movie. He was fucking awesome. He's nuts yeah yeah. I don't think this performance was that big of a stretch. But yeah i think it was just hosie. And but he got paid twenty five k. And like he wasn't busy. I'd be like twenty five can do it. You'll be a gingerbread man. Do it for twenty five hundred already said in previous episode. Put us in a horror movie. Free i don't know if i'd be ginger dead man for free but he would still be pretty low by fee would be low so budget information. No box office information and no plot information. Guess what it's about This movie starts with. There's a there's a diner cadillac. Jack's hata leg jacks and there's a killer millard fingle meyer who starts immediately. Yeah jumps right in. It's almost like pulp fiction the beginning but or just say shitty. You might have patent fictions agree. I just watched that again. Good showed it to my son degree movie. He loved it. It's a long movie but it's good. It's yeah you don't when. I was younger when i saw pulp fiction. Like the the bruce willis segment. I didn't like. Oh yeah. I wanted to see more of jules and vincent right but the bruce will segment. I always thought was long now. I love that segment. Yeah it's really favorite ones agreed but yeah so beauty starts opening fire on the lee family killing the brother and the father. Yeah and the brother like before he kills him like. Please put the gun down. Put the gun down. Please please with the and it says about one hundred times because doesn't mean putting kills them. But sarah and her mother betty are left alive and phinda. Meyer is arrested. And he sentenced to die by the electric chair. This is texas after all. Right that's right killed zapped as mojo. We kill them if we're not on our way to cancun. Our lawmakers are sentencing people. That's right long as there's not a snowstorm after he's executed. Oh yeah and we learned about his execution that we do in many movies through news clippings later. Whatever like some pretty quickly ted. Bundy was sentenced to death and it took him forever to execute them fucking night stalker sentenced to death. Didn't even well california. Did they repeal the sentence. I don't know but that fucker died of natural causes. But like like i said like ted bundy like he was convicted in the eighties. And i don't think he got sent. It usually takes a while. Because you've got appeals. There's a whole process very logic. Loophole very quick turnaround on his execution. That he's guilty. Death frame boys tuesday. You're toast But yeah we find out that he died and then we also find out that he was cremated as and that they got the. the mom. Got the ashes. I guess yeah not not not. Betty knows his mother. His mother got the ashes. Which i mean like busey's not ancient but he's not young either. His mom would have to be the oldest hell. She'd be like a good point ninety. Anyhow sarah air. They have a bakery. Yeah i guess. I don't know it. Had they had a diner before and now it's a bakery or did they were they just at the at the diner. Yeah that wasn't the same location as shooting. Okay because this movie only has two locations the front of the bakery and the back this will go with evil bong. also it's like. Oh yeah only almost like a play. We only have two locations. So we're going to writer script based on means to look and everything will happen in these two locations ginger. Dead man is no exception to this rule. It's the front area of the bakery in the back area of the bigger. Oh outside a little bit of the parking lot the parking lot which. I'll tell you how that pisses me off dude. But anyway so sarah's baking some shit happens but sarah's delivery on she's kind of like bullshitting with her co worker. What's the guy's name brick. Yeah so his name brick yeah wants to be a wrestler called. The butcher butcher like working on is like shit talking and he's going to have a wrestling match. You like her to go. She kinda blows them off when we get a special delivery. It's like gingerbread seasoning. Yeah special delivery. Let's see we found out that fiddle. Meyer was cremated was cremated and he says ashes and she just so happened to get some new mystery delivered her until like brick is. Why why would someone think that's the logical thing to do. You know what i'm gonna do. My my my. My husband might son was a mass murdering shithead. I am going to mail his ashes to do this bakery who tried to kill but left them alive and it was because of her testimony that he sort of revenge and then a series events of events will have to happen. In order for any of the stephen do anything. But god damn it all worked out. It's not like chucky right not. I'm gonna stab them with this ancient and say this curse and i'm going to go into this dog notices i'm going to put him in the seasoning. The guy's gonna cut his hand in bleed into the dough and then power surge baking gonna make him come alive and they're going to use this they're not gonna turn it away and be like we didn't order this they're going to this and they're not gonna taste i to be like What does this tastes like usually do abuses all set by the way you mentioned brick bleeds into the fucking dough. Nobody is like yeah. We should throw shit out because he gets cut and he holds his hand right over like the bills. And there's a shit ton of blood. Oh it makes the red like throw that shit out by the way on call on the board of health. Shut your ass bullshit on this. Is she's making gingerbread dough. That's not gender. No gingerbread does dark and it's very like it's not. That was bread dough. Yeah yeah that was just water and flour like they just got like shit molasses in it. Yeah and it's very stiff. Yeah it's like dick exactly right now look in this. We see twice a proud gun. Drops on it. I was the head of my dead can look like a mold section. Just the tip tasted like a cup. This turned into a radio. Show yeah he. We'd be good fully artists zip code water. That's actually pretty good mine. Mine is by just sounds like slapping my my now. I can't you handle water. The water aerobics. I got fired earth. It was a windy day. Who david looked at gumdrops dick. The water was dripping from the audit of a sudden. I whipped it out. Shit really timing radio guys us doug with a mid atlantic accent took my dick some nazis. Maybe the boys will take care of them. We're gonna give hitler the floor. Oh god all right. So the dole is not known it's covered in blood. And it's got fucking gary bucy's ashes in it. Yeah but she this sarah and she's making the world's biggest gingerbread going for guinness record here. This is weird is it's like this. Gingerbread man looks like shit it's big and then she how did she transferred onto the cookie sheet because she cut it out. It wasn't on a cookie sheet. She'd have to like it up because big snow shovel bigger like a pizza for like a pizza. To what do they call those. I don't know it's like a p appeal. Now i think is what they call it. She she doesn't do that. She does biggest oven in the world to walk in. Like there's walking fridges. I've been in one before. This is like a walk in oven and that seems very dangerous. It does what happens if that door shuts on you. We'll find out. She puts it in there. She starts it up. She has a rival. Youns right lorna doone lorna dean learner. Denia jimmy dean daughter of the guy who's trying to buy out the the bakery. I was on a show. I think it'd be eighty s on. Pbs called square one. You know pbs. Show yeah but it was all about math. Oh we he was one of the actors show square one tv interesting. I watched it. I was a nerd but sarah's mom's like a drunk and she daddy yeah secures. A shotgun shoots the banner of jimmy. Dean's like restaurant across the street. Yes so lorna. Dean is going to get some payback. Because jimmy wants to buy the bakery out read. Sarah doesn't want to sell but lauren's like i'm gonna fuck this chick. I'm gonna put her in her erie. Which is kind of like what was your plan like. Call the board of health like oh you gotta read. Well get rid of the red and everything will be. You're not gonna get your business shutdown stupid pet store ret yeah. Don't even like a sewer rat. No it's like. It's like ben cute cuddly. Most people would turn you don't dude. There's someone cast miller's mom like we never seen molloy's mom or you only see her from behind like deliver medicine. Yeah i guess so. Yeah kind of old hunched over like a witch. I guess who cares. She doesn't have anything we don't see your face. Yeah whatever it good for ed. Biddle come played millard. Small bill come who rough of name instead of limp. It's like a bit of honey. Come i fucking hate this movie. I'd i'd i know we're like we're the first half hour still and i fucking hate this movie. I literally as i was watching this. I'm like this is one of the worst fucking movies. It's not the worse it is. it's really bad. it's fucking boring as pissed you. I was pissed at me. It's boring as hell. nothing happened. Nothing fuck nobody dies nothing happens. No one person don't dean and lorna both die and i think that's it. Does the one the one chick die one. Oh you're brick dies because he. Oh yes yes brick. Yeah did the dozen die now that he puts like frosting on gumdrops people's what the fuck we could probably breeze comes to life. Okay yeah so not buried. They have like a fight. Lorna and sarah and the ad during the skirmish like they bump into the breaker panel or something like yeah. There's an electric surge in brings the gingerbread man. This is a ugly fucking. Puppet is really bad looking. Yeah i think it was. I think it was bigler. Giancarl bugler. Who did the puppet. okay. I think i know. Got a cameo in part in the next. I like like when it comes to life like in the looking at it. He says it. Sure ain't the pillsbury fucking doboy. I know and it's stuff like that. That i'm just like so stupid i i okay. Let me preface this by saying my expectations are not high for this movie. Budget based on the fucking title right. We watch the movie. Jack frost and actually enjoyed it. Yeah right yeah i can. I can accept when movies are trying to be bad. But they're funny but they're really bad but they're so bad that they're good. Yeah and this. This -ccomplish nfl funny. No was it good at being bad. It was just bad. Yeah and that's what pissed me off. Yeah no i agree. One hundred there was no creativity. There was no likable character. There was no. There was no funny character like i guess they tried to break the funniest pictures brick and they get rid of him like for most of the movie comes back at the end and then they had this other guy amos kind of the love interest and he's kinda douche like that guy. Why don't you like bric. Brick was funny and brick and was nice. Dumb amos was with lorna dean. Yeah this is weird. But she didn't really like him using them but amos lake finds out about the Gingerbread man oh sorry good by all means. Let's not talk about this movie. No this is the movie by another thing that pisses me off was. There's okay so they see that. There's a gingerbread man that's alive yeah holy shit and they're like we're gonna call the cops and she's like my cellphone's dead. Okay so first of all like i guess. The bakery doesn't have a phone. She's the only one with a cell phone. It's dead but it's like nothing's locking them in your fucking car or walk. You're in los angeles. Northern texas doesn't matter if they're in a town can walk places or get in the car and drive away getting car drive to the police station. Go there's a fucking gingerbread man and a rat and it's not because of me bought places very clean but there's a gingerbread man that's alive and is trying to kill us. Why are they staying there yet. There's no. There's no reason why they're staying there because they had a budget for two locations. David that's right. Yeah they couldn't inside and outside. We can't go anywhere else. Constricted this perimeter this fucking movie and everybody's at this fucking bakery at all hours a night and they have more baked goods than customers ever in the people in the town. I don't think we ever see a customer. There's more baked goods in here than population of waco texas wherever this was supposed to take place in. Yeah it's fucking stupid stupid and none of the baked goods are gingerbread cookies. Gingerbread is like christmas thing. Yeah exactly like i dunno. It's not christmases i dunno. It's texas i guess could be sunny out. Yeah right. that's not the first reaction instead. Amos wants to catch the gingerbread men and put him on letterman and leno check disrupt itself talking gingerbread men to i think he thinks it's a gag right like everybody just joking. It's just a joke. it's just a joke. Yeah okay it's joke. You're fucking idiot. Why would i lie about this. You came here broke into my fucking bakery lake. Why would i lie about this. I had this all set up just in case in case in the off you wondered in here with the rat had this talking gingerbread man anyway. He tries to kill people he doesn't know he cuts off the moms finger. Think she's drunk. She isn't he says maybe sub drinking you lush lou. Yeah he doesn't even have any good lines. He does at the end like okay. There's this big thing. Would you say lorna dice. When does she die. I know her. She only get stabbed in the head like a trap. That was kind of cool. Does get stabbed in the head. Yeah i guess it's like a booby-trapped swings and stepped out of here jimmy. Dean gets killed like the gingerbread man gets in his car and like pins him up against a wall. Yeah driving four miles an hour. I mean i guess it could kill you just brakes things like we've talked about movies where you stand in front of a wall you just run to the side yeah getaway. That's it that's it for who dies and then brick comes back they have this tussle with the fucking ginger did man because he locked sarah into the oven. He's gonna turn it on. He does turn it on. But i guess it takes awhile for the heat to kick in. 'cause she breaks out. Oh yeah she gets a little bit cooked not dead though brick comes which you know a little bit cooked in an oven. Is this a lot. Yeah can't feel good. Though there are hurt brit comes back. He starts doing some fucking wrestling moves but somehow he he gingerbread which is so strong. And it's got like a fucking jelly inside of it. Yeah it's gross. I guess once you smash it. Why not why eating it. Yeah yeah it says he did it. I was like any what's going to happen. Then he like burbs goes got milk. Yeah oh god. I wanted to punch my tv nuts. Tv's balls and then fucking. He turns into ginger dead man. Full size human. It was kind of sam me a little bit like evil ash. Yeah a little bit shitty. Yeah exactly and then they throw him in the oven and kill him. Yeah at the end is ever months later bake sale. They're doing a bake sale and they're like do you have any gingerbread cookies. And then they say some old lady stopped and drop them off and then the nurses like the come to visit and they go. Some lady dropped off at the hospital. Yeah in the very wing which makes no sense because all the ashes were put in the previous dough. Did someone did. She have more ashes that she stashing than someone else their hand open and then there was another power surge maybe she decided she was hedging our bets so she every day korean town send his leg and bakery. She said substance to the nurses just weird. Because they're going to make cookies. Yeah it's a nurses new wound not healing. People are having sex with a. I almost don't even wanna read this. But i'm not gonna pull card. It's got it's gotta be zero heads going zero. There's nothing redeeming about this fucking movie this this movie hall this movie. This movie is so this movie is so fucking awful that i would posit periodically just to see. How much time was i always do. Same going twenty five minutes left. What what can they possibly say in these last twenty five minutes. Not not much go ahead. It's would be is really bad. It's definitely up there with the worst. We've ever seen everything about it. Sucks like this terrible. All the characters awful the acting terrible and it's not funny. It's boring the funniest part of the whole movie. I wrote down the quote because it was only thing that made me laugh. Just a little only laugh because it's stupid there's very gary busey it's when gary see comes or the gingerbread man comes face to face with the rat remember that part yes what does he says. Hey rat rat. I'm talking to you. you want a piece of me. Hey you little shit fuck off come over here which i like fuck off come over here then really do you wanna fuck over. I'll kick your little red s but it's not funny. I laughed at the disney absurdity. But it's so dumb. I gave it a half. Why okay. I don't really do zeros. No like The music actually wasn't terrible. How god a terrible and then like the booby-trapped knife to the head. Those alright but yeah i mean i guess i could because is it as bad as what else zero today give. Silent night deadly zero was poultry. Get now you gave zero to. Thanks killing i think. Oh yeah and maybe zero on silent night deadly night to. You've you've given two or three zero. Thank dude i would watch silent night deadly night to over this every day that we stand zero point two five. That's that's week sauce. Yeah that's what it does shit. That's that's the bottom of the barrel you go since we don't do quarter ratings now. It all evens out we did. We did a quarter reason because if you could give it a point to five would you from what i saw. Go even in you problem. Solve a line. I seriously like anybody listening to this. Like go watch this movie like just so you know how awful it is. Because i know you're what you're listening to this and you're like maybe you were stoned or drunk. One time with a bunch of friends and you guys watched jinja dead man. You're like it's not as bad as britain david or saying or maybe you've never seen this movie and you're like these assholes. They are exaggerating. Now watch this. It's to be download to it's free. It's free you can watch his movie. You have an ad every twenty minutes okay. Whatever go get some popcorn and this movie. You'll appreciate the ads like oh thank god. Breath of fresh air geico commercial. These might make me laugh. God though making twenty five seconds prediction value was insurance commercials. Watch this movie and then write us and let us know how right we are. Because i know correct. Nobody i wanna sign. I want to sit at the table like that. It'd be like ginger demand ever bad proved me wrong. You like someone convinced me that. This is not as bad as as it is later seen shit movies. I've seen uncle. Sam i've seen fucking poultry geist. I've seen fucking thanks killing. Good the myriad of ship movies that we've watched this is right up there if not number one. It's in the top three of shittiest movies. it's awful. There's no redeeming quality. Not puppetry sucks the kill suck. I know he said the knife to the head was cool but come on. that's about it. I could do that effect. I was in sixth grade year. It's all bad moving along. Evil bong sounds promising. We'd just legalized in arizona like we. We have stores that we can go to and we combined legal marijuana we can smoke it. We can eat it and put it in gingerbread. Fuck it whatever. We want to lead now in arizona and it is totally legal. You and i've already visited. I didn't my wife went to marijuana stores. Well done. it is a glorious thing. it's magical it is but whatever fuck this move i just. I just remembered something about this movie. That i wanted to forget. All right evil bong two thousand right off the bat. Both of these movies had really long credits but like this one like the opening credits like a reggae song. Like overlake like like psychedelic marijuana plants. Yeah and it just goes on. And on i was like it was like it was like a credit sequence that you could have made in like word art. Five glad is like as watching the time goes like well. There's less movie now as the opening titles are rolling. We just knocked off three minutes. Yeah and you gotta say well. There's three minutes also at the end for closing. So that's harry's like try to assume. There's three to five minutes of closing credits. This movie was written by august white directed by charles. Being this fucking charles band like lick realistically like i know these people that were in this movie. And that wrote this movie and we're on the crew. This movie probably didn't make a lot of money. Yeah but i'm going to say charles band right now like if you're willing to direct such shitty movies as ginger dead man evil bong like i will write you a movie that will be better than both of these and i will take pay for it like i will. I'll i'll do it. I'll do it. Pay me like david and i will come up with a movie today on this episode. That will be far superior than both of these movies and You and then you can kill us in the movie and then you can hire us to be fucking guys for giving me a better view reviews so find out. I'm just seeing if he's willing to direct these movies and full moon is willing to put these out. Like how much money could this to me. I'll i'll do it. Give it to us all right directed by charles band. Music by district seventy eight. They must be like we need like pop music to try to sound like sublime as best as you can like yeah. That's what they're trying to do right. That yeah probably. I don't really remember the music. All that much from this one other than the opening it star some people that we don't know but it has people that we do know. Tommy chong's in this movie. Yeah you play so symbo. We got phil vonda car fund. Caro who is the person who is in the bordello of bordello of blood and he was also another full moon. Production called creeps. I believe it's called. We'll have to watch that. It's another classic bill. Mostly why when he popped up as well. I'll be damned. It was almost like why exactly like literally the next time we see. Bill mosaic convention. I'm just going to go up to him and ask him why he didn't know. That's kinda rude right. yes we like. Why did you do that. I kind of took it as maybe it was a favor or maybe he happened to be nearby and they're like. Hey you wanna do like a walk on. All right and his character serves no purpose. No and he's only on screen for twenty seconds. He's in a titty bar. Maybe maybe maybe paid him. Yeah you know like five hundred bucks okay. Yeah to moseley five hundred bucks like we talk about bill moseley like. He's some kind of like superstar. But i mean honestly like outside of the realm of horror. Nobody's like bill moseley. Really bill moseley. Most people. I'm like i met bill muslim. They're like who yeah like. Bill yeah big star in the horror community but he could probably go to the grocery store and nobody knows is yeah. Yeah but we know we know bill bill. We love you. i do love bill i think. He's also moses off these fucking hilarious. Yeah and he's really nice. So anyway john kirby also is a puppeteer and the voice of the ginger dead man because he makes a fucking cameo why this is. They're setting up. What right exactly the put. They're putting the the barlett world us. This is the long the long game. Yeah you know how you watch like ocean's eleven they got all these little cons but they're setting up the mid one. This is what i'm doing here. And this is what the charles band charles band. And i are like one of the league cup from the same. Like the cut of his jib. Movie was released october thirty first halloween. Two thousand six budget and box office. Nothing no no information. I don't even think they kept track. I should mention one thing that i hated about this movie right off the bat and you know what it is a character named brett soon as i heard that guy's name like of course. He's douchebag douche. Yeah and everybody hates them. Yeah sorry buddy. All right we got alastair who's a nerdy science student we got lar- nell who's a stoner bachman. Who's another surfer owner we got brett. Who's a jock jocks donor. We got luanne who's played by robin sydney from ginger. Dead man yet. She's brett's girlfriend. She's a cheerleader. We got janet who's just like we said with jimbo who's the guy who owned the song prior to the ball getting sold to these donors we got the bonds name is e evil very clever e evil bong and then we got good. Learn nells grandfather. Who by the way is my favorite character by far not even close. That's pretty much it all right. So this guy allister again. Two sets get inside the apartment and inside the mets it. 'cause they go inside the ball. Here's here's how the movie works. You smoke from the fucking bong you get sucked into the bong. There's like strippers skeletons. And weird stuff on their boobs. And then they buy you then you're strapped and then you're trapped in the bomb. Then you're dead. Yeah but nobody dies in this movie by the way. Yeah no. there's no death no because everybody comes back happy endings a horror movie. It's just a fucking horrible movie. So this guy allister. He's he's a smart guy and he is going to move in with. There's a room for rent yes lake responds to an ad. Yeah but it's not a room. It's more like a mattress on the floor in the corner of a room. A studio apartment that four guys are living and that must smell like ooh ball cheese. And oh god bong yeah. I'd almost like smoke more weed. So we can get rid of the fucking awful smell like dick cheese. So you got learn learnable. Who was like a drought college dropout. But he's getting paid by his grandfather like his grant gives them money. yes bachman. who's the donor. And then there's baseball player who got drug tested. And he was playing for. The college kicked off the team brett. Yep and he's got three trophies that he's all proud of trophies that you get like for winning little league little league yeah the obligatory that trophy that part of your sign up fee covered your learn l. also sees an ad for this ball and it says that it it was in the in the magazine high times and it's like the ball is possessed so he's like we need to get got to get this bond. Yeah it's awesome and it's from like the sixties. Yeah threats like lifting lake to pound dumbbells like weird stuff like listen. Hey there's nothing wrong with brett lifted two pound dumbbells. He's trying to work on his arms dude when the bond got delivered. Did you notice like these playing. Super mario world. Yes but the music was clearly like atari type. Sounds like the music was completely different. We talked about that prior prior episode. How the music doesn't match up. Yeah and also he says something about the game like through the last level. And it's like i love in the very first level or the first world one one a lot on super. Mario thought that tuesday. I was like no. You're at the beginning of the game do you. I've never beat that game i. I don't think i've gotten past world one. Not because it's hard just because i'm like you're over it you know. Who's really good at that game. Mike mike to me. I'm really my wife really. Yeah my wife super good at that game see. i don't have any attachment. See super mario brothers three was my game. Yeah oh yeah. That's the game. That i grew like like i was like twelve when that was released. I was like prime video game slot. Oh yeah well. It's i got into my teens than it was like. Oh a teenager now dude. I'm marie three came out like it was sold out everywhere. I remember calling like every store in town like. Hello how marta three in stock. My parents had to like go to different a different down. We've finally found one a number. They're like we have one left and i was like. Oh can you hold it. Can you like nope remember like we got angry. My dad i remember as my mom and dad we got in. The car was about a mile or two away at a target and they still added my life so happy. Say good and that game was awesome. Awesome still is best marlboros. Yeah this is probably my favorite to mortar. Three more world both pretty red. I just i love mar three. I could play it up. Play right now. I'll fuck it up. Fogging beat didn't thirteen minutes sitting right there. it's not. I'm not a speed runner. I can't speed run games. But i can beat that game. I can beat that game pretty quick. Relatively quickly yeah. And i can beat the first one relatively quickly. Because i know all the warp to whistles do a couple of go all the way eight. Yep yep but when i warp. We're talking about everything. But this movie. When i i don't even want to go into this warping or anything like that. This is going to work back to the movie. I'm gonna know. I was going to say when i do. War blake is getting more things. Like more p wing. So i don't warp until later on. I actually after i beat the first two worlds skill level and i'll use that later when he skipped one of those skinny castle. And here's the peeling. Unlike the first level i think are the two. I can't remember. I've got a whole system. I use the p. wing on a one of the flying boat levels like really really long usually play. Oh see i use it all these appealing on a different level. Yeah yeah we got the same For some political charles band all right. What's going on delivered. They get the ball. Yeah yeah the plan. The atari version of super mario world they get the ball delivered and they start smoker for everybody gets high except for alastair. I don't smoke weed. Oh real quick some it did make me happy in. That movie was like in the background. I was like that posters. There's a poster on the wall. That is the album art for nine inch nails the fragile which is my all time favorite album. It's not in this room over. And they kept seeing it weird angles and finally we got like a shot where somebody standing right in front of it. I was like. that's it was confirmed. They gotta show that these guys give david something to update scoring. Jesus it's gonna get the score score for that. All right so bachmann. They the by the way they have a tunnel. We'd dude yeah. They got a huge bag of weed. They got one of those big gallon. Zip blocks full of weed. Yeah and the girlfriend of brett comes over. She seeks handful. Yes buckman smokes out of the ball and then later that night. His soul gets sucks. By the way every time someone saw get sucked in by the bong bong develops facial features on the outside the outside. You get more and more detailed i. It's nothing it's like that kind of face or yeah then by the end it's lips and inches talking. Well the ball sucks him in. And he's like we said he's imbuing world and the strippers and they're dancing form. And then like how does one have like skull school or biden through something. Yeah i think so and kill him. The guys wake up and they're like brett like we to clean up the crew's coming over for party win the thing bites him dude from delo blood. That's in there but then there's also this weird little puppet gay looks like a little stick man. He's like jacking off was he doesn't jack. Let's do in seattle as the dude was getting bit. The blood squirt needs is over there. Just fat in a way that google yeah weird it must be from another movie. Yeah must be like. Let's start familiar with enough. Full movies was like a full moon. Be a from character else says over there just going at his going to town. They're like we gotta clean up. The girls come over for a party. Okay first of all. I hate this. I hated this when i was like. We're gonna have a party girl. Show up yeah well. And it's like editor girlfriend and her one friend. Why didn't have a girlfriend. So i was the loser who was like. Oh it's gonna be a party and it's like we're we're just sitting around talking having beers and it's like yeah it's not. They're not impressed. No no in your apartment still a piece of shit and you're a loser as you make seven bucks an hour and they know it they know it and you know things just got sucked back into the late ninety s but they find that box dead. Yeah call the cops. And they're like no no. We're not going to weed. And plus the girls are coming over the border. Yeah so we're going to hide the body in the basement of the apartment. Yeah it's kinda weird and so they do and then the girls. They do clean all before they hide him. That's grandpa shows up. He's in a wheelchair and he just got married. He's learned elle's grandpa and he tells large of meal bath points. Hope one day convicts feast upon. You're screwed him sick well and they start talking about his his new wife and he's like aw she's hot then it goes on for a while they're like he's And then he gets in a good mood and he's happy and he's like yeah. I can't wait for you to and learn. Like i hope to fucker grandfather's like what you sick motherfucker. That's your grandmother you're talking about. That's my wife. And he's like oh it was just a joke man and then but he's like all pissed off and his wife comes in and you expecting like a twenty year old like the added. Yeah i did at first but the more he kept talking about it as like. You've blown your juke. Yup yeah so. Obviously she comes. She's about one hundred years old. Yeah she's super that you personally just to take a nap. That was fucking hilarious. Yeah he's like he's like he's like all right. Well i gotta go. It's like she's really tired. They banged like all night. Just bang the shit out of her. Yeah he's going to shit and then we'll leave so anyway. That's that comes and goes. They had the body. The girls come over. they'll proceed to smoke weed. Loournal get sucked in to the ball and he sees the balkans in there and backwards alive in the bong world. Yeah he's a gay man. Then he gets eaten gingered dead man jack enough. Yeah jack enough a lot of puppets masturbating but the shark mouth like on her bra and then and then brett in his girlfriend they get sucked in exile smoking including Her friend was everybody except for alistair smokes and luan is like super horny and just kind of like dancing grind and on everybody she like jumps around and she's like you want to get it. Oh she's like humping every on the pogo stick jumping around bloody yes crashes and then they get sucked into the ball and they're in the bong and she they they both died in the ball. Yeah and while they're in the bong. Al janet start making out but al realizes that learn elle's did because like oh shit and then they watched them. That's when it happens. They watch them get sucked in and then janik sucked in. And then tom chunk shows. Yeah tommy chong's like yeah man it'll bomb. He's like my wife sold it man. I don't want her to sell it hot wheels and anyway so i need to go save janet. Janet get hat. We'd and get sucked in the ball. And tommy me. I wouldn't do that. Man be careful man. he's take these vitamins with you. Man will help you out losing all right. It's like what are they gonna use men but he goes into the world janet's getting male strippers like fucking her sydney when he comes up to him l. says cease and desist your offensive gyrations. He's such a fucking idiot a male stripper but he finally rescued. Yeah it's a male stripper. Her finally rescues. Janet gives her vitamin and he takes one and They snap out of it. Tommy chong meanwhile the outside world is getting seduced by the bong. Come on you you want to smoke on meeting and all the good times we had. He's resisting and then. Finally i don't think he can resist anymore but Anyway inside the world. This is where they meet bill moseley and they have a weird interaction or pisses. Like i'm just kidding. Man's messing with you. Let me know if you find a way out outta here. Just walks away. They ultimately do find a way out. I guess or tommy chong comes yeah we get out when they take the vitamins and tommy chong comes and he like destroys the ball. Yeah he's got a time bomb with him and then i don't know everything blows up and then people are alive. Their souls back. I guess bachman comes up from the basement and he's like it was just in the basement you'd get now. Jimbo is in the bond which i thought he blew up. But he's still in the world. Apparently he's like king. He's like the ruler and they'll strippers are hanging off of them and they're all like topless and stuff and he's like is it like what do you want to do. I want you all to play with my wheels because it is a little toy card starts moving. How wheels over the chicks boobs and then we'll get a preview for evil bong to king bong. Yeah oh let me go. This movie's really bad. Also i will say i liked it more than ginger dead man humming not by much. I'm kind of torn between a half and a one. So bad but had a couple chuckled. Parts i'm still gonna go half but it's it is much better than ginger dead man. Okay i'm going to surprise you gonna give it another one. 'cause i found there to be some very humorous parts. I almost want one and a half even but it is really bad. Like i did hate it as i was watching. Well i should say this. I didn't hate it as i was watching it. There was some parts that made me laugh. The the grandpa coming in the tommy chong was kind of funny. There is some stuff that i just thought was humorous enough and i thought it was a it was like fan service. Tell me john was pretty funny. Yeah it was fan. Service to fans of these types of movies wasn't it wasn't as bad as or gingerbread man. No not at all not at all so going to give it a one. This is one like this funny like. We're flipped on this. Because like if i could give the movie a point seven five i would and the average comes out two point seven five so there you go so if you're gonna watch either one of these were actually watch. It's also to watch this movie and again we all. You'll agree that we are like spot on with us because there are funny moments but realistically it's not a horror movie like why it's a horror movie. No is considered a horror movie. Is it considered or movie. I guess i don't know it's called evil bong and get bit and blood squirts out and stuff and the ball is in that horror museum in fucking badda. Ginger did man's. I think the yeah. The did man is in the ball world. How the ginger did man. What did he do smoke. Shit we could. We could totally right because you know what. As a matter of fact. I was watching the movie. We're i don't know if we're going to review it anytime soon. So we'll just talk about it. But i was watching the movie freaky recently. Which is vince vaughn. It's the same guy who did happy birthday. Yeah wrote and directed the okay so happy death day. The first one was kind of like groundhog day But as a horror movie and freaky freaky friday. But a horror movie. And and i'm not spoiling anything by saying that because i think you'd get that from the previews but but got to thinking like what if we could like say okay. This is a movie that i think we can make into a hormone family. Friendly film like freaky. Fridays like family film groundhog days a comedy. Maybe not a family comedy but a comedy that you can make into a horror movie. And so i text message. David and i was like think of a family family type movies type movie that you could make a horror spin and then we have to pitch it to pitch it to me. Okay oh go into a whole lot of dc have presentation the idea like like okay. This is what movie. We're going to base it off of you so i go. I go so. I actually came up with one so if you have more than a handful of very simple. That's fine so mine was the breakfast club and i thought what you could do so okay so it takes care of the tropes of the stereotypes right away right because why are all these different people together. We know why they're altogether detention and the horror part is is like their their death occurring like they're all trapped in this high school for detention and people start dying so one of them is the killer and one. That's the killer is the one who like got them all in trouble so they would all be. There was like some kind of motive. I haven't been totally plotted. Yeah but it's basically the breakfast club but nice so it's like a cross between the breakfast club and like ten little indians jersey. That movie is completely read. The first yeah. Yeah so it's like we're all these people go to this island and one by one they start getting killed off in my high school. Did a play of tim melinda's so that that's my idea club as a horror movie. I don't know what we call it but all right you got one i got. I actually a question. I can be very brief old yeller. Okay beethoven the kujat but cujo. Yeah since it's already cujo next. Sorry all right the parent trap all right but the parent trap but like sauce style. They get their parents together lake so that they can kill them both paris and they're gonna torture them like you tortured us through your whole marriage. Yeah and yeah we're gonna kill you and both of the kids are psychos. Sure yeah i like it. We'll get hayley mills and she can't get this bliss. Yeah honey. I shrunk the kids just as it is the scarier more like i was thinking like what if the parents like. What if the dad shrunk the kids on purpose okay or you shrunk the neighbors kids zero. He's messing with them or something. Okay so there's an evil scientists and he drinks the neighbor's kid and he wants to subject them to lake may put them in an ant farm or something. Yeah i could see that. I didn't really think that went all the way through or it could be. The dad works for a company and he invented this shrink ray or whatever and then he's like i they're gonna uses for bad things and then there's like an evil guy who like. I don't know shrinks shrinks shrinks kid. Maybe we'll see. I thought of a spin on back to the future. What if marty went back in time and found out that george mc fly was actually a serial killer and now he's like i got to get you to get with my mom so they can be born but also need to stop you from killing people. Yes do what does he do. I don't know we'll don't have to wait and see heavyweights okay. Fat fat camp. But they're actually they're torture fattened up so that the cannibals that run the camp can eat the kids yes they treat them like veal dark. Rebecca camp nowhere kind of similar like a children of the corn. Take over the camp. Yeah yeah so. Children corn and then i thought of another one like the goonies but told from the perspective of the for tellies and have it. Be like devil's rejects kind of movie. Okay focus on the crimes for tallies that shit. Yeah or even a prequel to the goon. Yeah that is like the fertility intelligent. Jake style yeah. I like that mama. Mama fertility can be the captain spaulding. Yeah yeah okay. So go through them again. I'll tell you which ones i like. Old pullback one prequel the goonies old yeller beethoven you said no the the the parent trap i think the parent trap is is up there. Honey i shrunk the kids. I think there's something there. It would almost be like a family movie unless you did it where it wasn't kids then you can kill. Teenagers feel bad. Kids are back to the future. Maybe it's college kids. And they're part of an experiment and they shrink them down and they start like booking throwing the like weird shit at them like like rats and you know. It's like the incredible shrinking man. Which was a movie was a horror movie. I guess i fi but he was getting attacked by shit would you. Would you say after that back to the future future like that. I like the idea of a guy finding out that his his dad was a serial killer and yes he's back in time and he has to get his parents together but then he also has to stop his dad from like being a serial killer Maybe joins in maybe only time. We'll heavyweights that. Could that's kinda funny too but it's still the kids can expect of it. Like i like the idea. I think there's something there obviously camp rate. That's a that's a horror trope. But i think like maybe mixing the camp nowhere. Yeah thing where the kids have taken over the camp and then like these counselors are coming in. They think they're coming for a job. But it's actually the kids who called the counselors to kill them. Yeah there you go. Yeah and the kids are the murderers like not like children of the corn where the kids are not one killer. There's a group and you'd think oh they're just little kids but they actually and the kids live at camp around. It's fucking get on that charles band shit shells bands like that. Those ideas are way too good for my company. You gotta think about an inanimate object coming to life. Yeah that's more my style. Yeah look around. The room finds something. Yeah yeah my pet monster you go but for re for free real three clever if you have any ideas about movies or if you have any suggestions of stuff that we should review in the future please contact us. How can the context tennis on twitter facebook or the slasher app where we are this where worlds. We're on instagram. As this where wolves podcast. We have this. Where wolves channel search. This wearables go to our website. This world's dot com or you can email us at podcast at gmail.com for this war. Was this weekend breath. I'm david i'm going to go ahead Ready home a really. Don't know what happened in this movie. Look real quick. I don't have a whole lot of notes. It's movie but this might be a shorty. Ain't so bad. Yeah we'll we'll we'll go through these. Imagine we need to spend much time choppy grape beep much

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Episode 718: Karen Swallow Prior

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Episode 718: Karen Swallow Prior

"From the creators, relevant magazine. This is the relevant podcast. It's Friday, June twenty-first, two thousand nineteen and it's the relevant podcast. I'm your host Cameron Strang in here with me in our Orlando's views are, are filling engineer Clark flip up. Hey, hey Taylor's off selling a house right now. He's, he's not a real estate. He he's moving out of his condo and they're closing right now. Right at the exact hour that we're having a require a little boys, all grown up is the Skype line from lovely and Virginia. Jesse Kerry, alot joining us from gator land, Florida. Eddie bay cacophonous. Yes, the Friday shows and sitting the whole show today. Our friend, entrepreneur mogul, Liz Bohannon. Hi, everybody. That's exactly how you wanted us to say it. Right. Liz. Comma, mogul here. Never me. Business Maples don't even explain what I'm a mogul to explain the fire is too big to be described. It's too many things. So you're in Portland and you lied. Tell us I lead a socially conscious fashion brand called Saco designs. Many of you listeners have heard her on the show here of the previous few months. He's been joining us, and it's been a lot of fun. Those of you who haven't been listening. You may remember her from shark tank. Shark news was on back. We're bringing that in, how do you feel about that? I feel great about it. It makes did I tell you that I've never actually seen episode. The further out it gets, I read this article once about memory in how like the more often you recall a memory actually, the more inaccurate it is. Because everytime, you recall a memory your environment like your emotions from the from the present moment that you are recalling it why're recalling who's with it, all, like influences it, so I've never actually seen that persona and it's been like, I don't know probably four years. So every time I recall, it, I'm very intrigued by, like, I'm just continuing to kind of make up the story of how it went and it's like of all in my brain. Brian Williams, NBC news anchor also tower sitting across from me at shark tank. Yeah. Exactly. But you've never been tempted to watch it. You never like I wonder how I wonder how that came together, and editing literally, well so we had a launched party. So I did see it kind of there's one hundred people around in, you know, very I wasn't like focused on it. So I have a general idea of how it went, but no, I've literally never been tempted. I'm just like way too hard on myself and I knew I know if I watched it would just be like fifteen minutes of self loathing, and I'm like, I don't need that in my life. So no. Liz, Liz, let me give you this little bit Brienne, and I saw it live. We were watching the show, and I will in our member your pitch. And I will tell you not good. It was really shameful but you're gonna we've just we've been working on our hundred issue relevant. Right. And one of the one of the people that joined us to kind of talk about the social entrepreneurs and things that have changed over the last, you know hundred issues was Blakely husky, who founded Tom's. Right. And so, I was I don't know why I was doing this Google. I mean I know is stories been waiting for while, but I read his by over the first time and Blake before Tom's had a number of businesses. Come and go and before that he was a contestant on the amazing race. His sister that knowledge I'm just like mean yet when I interviewed him for the podcast years ago like when Tom's was sort of just blown up and everything. We talked all about it. And I don't think it made it to final show because, like, you know, boring but it was really crazy to hear like I mean amazing race is one of the coolest shows ever to be on guys. Real talk, real ready. Eddie, you are proficient? In viewer of reality TV layers. You have a you are a star of reality TV Cameron. You are a washer of the human condition and Bravo. Here's my question for you guys. Fair Ivan, Ivan saving up. Some vacation time. How do you guys think I would fare on survivor, because on thinking about two hundred all dishing tape getting a British accent? So I decided my persona and going for that million dollars things from who Desi Jesse. You know, that in real life, we have actual connections to the people who run that show. I know. That's why I don't want to take the route. That's why I'm going to be brought in to British people out of. Pitch it bit the relevant cast goes on. No, no, no. Just jesse. I want to see him in the wild with strangers. You know, like, hey, listen. I think he'll turn it into a different person. I if we're on with them, he won't feel free to go full like sabotage mode. You know, like I think you'd be too friendly to us too much credit. If he's in. Flies is gonna come out real quick. And Mr. Desi, regardless of on the island. Listen, here's here's why watching reality TV the guy with the verdict accent, always last a long time. He's always the most intriguing character of the bunch people keep them on because they're just curious about. I won't reveal to the final. What's that thing that they do they unlike one of the candles, they have a name for that meeting the rose ceremony? Yeah, yeah, the final rose ceremony. I'll be like I just want to thank everyone for having me on suckers. And then I. Cheri. Take off my, you know, Union, Jack that even wearing to reveal a gigantic American flag tattoo on my chest, but a million dollars back home Jolie, honestly, truly you would be great on that show. Like just you even just as you, you would be, so you're so smart. You're you have basic pretty nascent physical Europe, friend friendly guy to be around. You do great. Have you actually considered really good eyebrows? And I only. I don't I don't watch survivor. But my, my question is I thought the whole thing about survivor, isn't it like you need to, like bond with people, so you have alliances so you keep you keep going. And then at the end, basically all the alliances fall apart because the train standing, but yeah, but jesse's friendliness I think would get him to the final third of the show, don't you? I mean. They might cold hearted side. My cold hearted villain side will come out. I think there's two options, I think Cameron exactly what you just said. Or I think week one show, one in the first time in survivor history, the entire cast as formed an alliance Jesse him out, and every one to be around, you guys anyway, every single one of them in there like standup interview, you know, that they're doing secretly talking about why they're dislike this dude. Never stops talking like he just constantly and they're just like we can't take on the island. He can't get him to shut up. And we know he's faking that British axe get him out. If I'm allowed to say this, I might not be able to, but I have a friend that was on survivor. And I believe her when she told me that she got set up in got kicked off in, like the first round or first episode set up by her cast or. It was higher powers. The producers God candy bar in her bag or like something. I didn't watch the season but. Your friend, your friend was on the show and you didn't bother to watch. Hey, well, I show my love in other ways Cameron mom's friend to be fair. So she was older. Yes. She was in for like these or something. I don't know if I'm allowed to say that I might be tempted to watch this, because my friend Liz's mom's friend was on the show. You couldn't even be bothered. Yeah. A lot of things that are, you know, well, our attention over here in mogul land. I think we're learning though the step one to becoming a mogul Christian, socially conscious mogul is step. One go find some casting agents and get on a reality TV show in LA. Think about like chip and Joanna. They are the moguls of all moguls with reality show, late Makovsky reality show, someone name a third because saying things in threes, makes him seems legit. Do for Hanan. No. Because my was like, I think I Ben, I went and got rejected on television Higgins. Yeah. Ben Higgins from the bachelor now, doing socially, good coffee company and stuff. Yeah. Okay. I there, there have been quite a few, I think bachelor spinoffs as well. It's, it's for sure. It is a strategy. Yeah. I wouldn't put all my eggs in that basket. Well, all of mine are already there. They I've gone in one hundred percent on this thing. And if it doesn't work out, I will be devastated. And I will you know, I don't know what I will do because this is plan. A NC is the survivor thing at this point. So we'll see. We'll see three years ago, you're playing was still to become a professional athlete. But now shifted to. That's right. I've had, you know had some priorities shifts in the thing is like as many opportunities that did open to me at that point. I just, you know too much time away from the family just knock all the time away and one stent one season of survivor in the comeback home. The lifestyle professional athlete, like I said, as many doors were open to me. I just decided you know, I don't want to put the family through that. So even if you get kicked off the island, you have to be a way for the whole time they like put you up in a resort afterwards. Because if you come home, everybody will know the outcome of the season. So you could if I if I was just in a desperate need for a sabbatical real Roque. I would just go on survivor kicked off in week one and then just go drink some my ties right. That makes me that makes me really something Liz, when you were on shark tank, you couldn't talk about the result of shark tank. So does hundred people not know how like if you if you the pitch accepted or not correct. Yeah. We couldn't tell anybody. And we were I was like I did my job. I was tight-lipped reality show. Producers out there. You can trust me. Disproved myself. But yeah, no, we couldn't tell anybody. So that was that was a really real. I think we told like our team and our employees and, like people that were in the business that needed to know. And there was a large gap, we filmed it in September, and it aired in February. And we couldn't talk about it all. Yeah. So it was kind of crazy and it's big thing, the kind of like one, you know, process and talk about and. It was a good exercise in zipped lips. Yeah. Coming up on the show today. We have a great great show store coming up later Karen, swallow prior joins us season. Acclaimed writer and she has a new book out called cultural engagement, a crash course in contemporary issues, we thought who better to be on the episode with Karen, swallow prior talking about contemporary issues and cultural engagement than Liz foregin Bohannon, who Google, what is happening in culture before she comes on the show. It Liz last night, and this is it's been long enough, but I came back a stupid small local naive part of me thought, maybe that was going to be forgotten. Can I ask you a question off their did you term in quotes pop culture today before show star? On. She went down to our local CVS got a copy of Entertainment Weekly read it front to back and is totally ready for showy. Right. That's ready. What's happening in culture? Coming up next, we'll have the hot list status. Two four on his dancing around at the beginning of the podcast. You heard courtship with guy stuff today show's brought to you by squarespace. 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Like I was stuck in the Minneapolis airport until after midnight, and it was supposed to be four o'clock flight, eight hour delay because of twenty those in Orlando, a Minneapolis airport is a hotbed of activity do there. Favorite airports in the United States is fantastic. Really? Airport is on point three years in a row number one airport in America. They have billboards no way. I think Portland has won it in the last three years, Portland's my number one favorite airport. United States Cording to the self promotional billboards all over the Minneapolis airport, obviously to be trusted and by voted on board. Here's what I love about the Portland airport. And I've only I've only flown out of there. I think a couple of I can't remember like maybe twice flying out of the Portland airport. But I you know, Portland, when you think about Portland, Liz, you can tell me if this is accurate. I you know, you think of it's of granola sort of hip story the carpet in the Portland airport. Looks like they took a conversion van that some AP's like in the early eighties made into their house. And like the fabric on those seats is now the carpet for the Portland airport. It's a very, it's a very wild card and has. Conic sweatshirts by, like actual swears of the carpet has a. I have a pair of socks with the pattern of that carpet on them, some money like needs to Portland, gave them to me. But the Portland airport does have a really good restaurants, though. Like very restaurants. And here's the thing. The restaurants have to charge the same price in the airport as they charge off site in their normal locations. That's amazing local Portland based beloved restaurant, food for their like street prices. Which, by the way, are really good because Portland has by far the number. We are the number one city in America for your dollar food and beverage in, in a hole in the whole country. And you can get that at the freaking airport. I thought Minneapolis was just to be fair. Think you may be thinking of Minneapolis there along. Yeah. The one downside, you do get a lot of your money, but most most everything is made with, like weird artisan. Honey in your sure a lot of these Pharmatech. Clean this supposed to be chunky. Yeah. Be parts in this debris. Whatever wings. For sure. My hamburger has a b wing in it. Harry. Was treated with dignity. True. Weirdness to shored, but it fallen tearfully gave you that wing for that small bit of protein out of its own free will, and up until that point had a beautiful life. No. This. When you go to buy a house in Portland. It's weird. If they don't have a working beehive in the backyard and most of the master bathroom closets come with a couple of beekeeping suits. It's just part of the thing up there. You know, I haven't been to Portland's airport about nine months, but my recollection is like when you lay in, like, say Austin, Austin, airport step out of the plane smells like barbecue. My recollection of the Portland airport is you step house playing this coffee is that accurate? Yes, and B O because aluminum Israeli bad for you. Where's the other the day, just rope? Honey in their armpits and. It's, it's very sticky coconut oil, which does have antibacterial components. Liz, you don't wear dealer in to you. I win. Making portlanders and then I am I am. I am. I am I do I wear aluminum. It's drew. I'm not even gonna say that it works as well. I absolutely admit it. But I might live a little bit longer than you guys. Yeah. That's true. But to what cost? All right. It is time for. It's all right coming in at number five this week on the hot list. If you wanna follow along, as you can just Google pop culture news. Real quick. You can rely on with me coming to number five. Joel McHale this week wore a preacher's and sneakers hoodie to the night celebrity pro am there's a lot of trendy terms in that sentence? Here with you. I know preachers and sneakers good. There you go. Okay. Good for you. I know two of the three pop culture terms mentioned in that headline. Mine. That is a fortnight this weekend at the EPA games, held its fortnight celebrity haram and the comedian was one of the celebrity competitors on hand for the eventual Mikhail had a very interesting wardrobe selection, a preachers, and sneakers hoodie. So there's a caption to the video from the preachers sneakers Instagram feed in, but it seems the hoodie may have been intended for another person, another celebrity at that tournament. So the, the caption said when Joel McHale tells you, he can get a hoodie on marshawn Lynch, then proceeds to keep it for himself. So Mikhail apparently isn't the only celebrity to Rocco hoodie from the violence game account that displays images of pastors rocking very expensive. Footwear may remember last week roots, drummer quest love or some to the premiere of the movie shaft, in a recent interview with relevant Joan McHale opened up about his faith in the role it plays in his life. He said for me faith has been sanctuary but. Not somewhere. I hide it's not a place. I go Sunday morning before I go out Sunday night to deal cocaine this not like these things are compartmentalized. Once you start believing it's nearly impossible to extract yourself from faith. It should be in every part of your life. I don't know what I would have done without it. And I shouldn't take it for granted. I need it. I need him capital H all the time. I means God. Yeah. It wasn't talking about his driver. Is he talking about marshawn Lynch there? Right. All the time. Yeah, the, the irony of preachers, and sneakers becoming like a very into manned brand itself, when they're their home goal was the sort of make. At the whole contract of brands that, you know, base their value in scarcity is kind of ironic. It's gonna be great is when the preachers and sneakers people figure out the margins for a sweatshirt and are lying, actually, I am going to sell that for two hundred dollars. That's a really good idea and people will buy it Lizzie. You work in the fashion industry as I'm curious about your opinion of the preachers sneakers whole that whole deal. Okay. We'll make confused by the way that you are talking about it. Correct. Sleet was like pointing out the kind of hypocrisy in, in the church around like having pastors who are, theoretically, like their salaries are paid for out of congress pockets that are wearing twelve hundred dollars sneakers and when I wrong, I thought it started out as a kind of, like, you know, like way back in the day when dole seed more those like three thousand dollars snakeskin boots on the cover of magazine. I thought it was like the hip relevant Instagram version of pointing out all those things. It is. But I think it's also I, I think it's multi-layered because I feel like there's some built in commentary about, you know, a society that has, you know, because a lot like a lot of this is, is basic, some of its luxury like some of it's like, you know, Gucci in, you know, Louis Vuitton. And but some of it's just like exclusive street wear stuff. So I feel like it's kind of, you know, making commentary about multiple elements of it, but I think it doesn't change the irony of it, it self becoming a brand an apparel, Brandon away. You know, I actually didn't know that they were their own apparel, brand at this point. That's like a brand new thing. I really is just it really is just like basic clothing items with their logo on it. So they're basically just trying to I think cash on some of the popularity which I totally get I just feel like I don't know what I'm saying. If I wear a t shirt that has their logo on it. I'm not quite sure what my statement is. But I kind of feel. Without the whole account, the ambiguity, which I think, is kind of brilliant, like they don't make commentary bay like post facts, selectively curated about who's wearing what and how much it costs in. So I feel like it kind of lets you because I think like oh, you're kinda throwing shade. And like, if I were a pastor, and I was like seen onstage wearing a pair of thirteen hundred dollar boots while I'm like, preaching about, you know, it's the. The eye of the camel, like ooh, that's interesting in. Meanwhile, it's probably a brand that's like largely working with child slaves in China. So I like see that. And I'm like, let's ref but I feel like a lot of those guys, probably see it in her like, oh, I'm so fly, look, I'm getting I'm getting. Air, you know. So I'm kind of confused about it. How do people that are featured on it feel is that like a cash or is it like nano they're being publicly shamed? I mean they're not it's not like to have badge of honor. I mean you know, it's mentality online public shaming. I mean, and so that I mean, if it I mean, some of the ones that I've talked to it's really bothered them and affected them. What if they done in response to that is it like I'm bummed because I got called out now I'm not gonna wear a couple of curious as to why. Because that's what I actually think it's kinda brilliant about it is that it doesn't draw the conclusion for you. It doesn't say like were shaming this person or this person should be humiliated. It's literally like on this day in this place in this context. It's like here's the fact, here's the fact, here's the fact, there, you go, which I think is kind of really interesting. So it leaves like some level of ambiguity to like, well, if, if that feels shameful to you that someone's just like stating a fact without drawing the. Conclusion, maybe there's something to be said for that. There's a lot of Simpson's in what you're saying, because, like the one some of the guys like I don't I don't know everybody on the feed and a lot of them went to the mall, paid thirteen bucks for those, those boots, but a lot of the ones that are like the sue. The rare sneakers like the question is fundamentally. What is the issue is it that we don't like the style or we don't like that? They paid that money out of their pockets on an income. That was derived from speaking, and ministering, you know, and so- pastoring and so, like a lot of the guys are going, I, I dress like this, because this is the style enjoy. And I have a friend at Nike who gives me this for free. And so I didn't pay that. I wouldn't pay that. And, and so they're put out there in the public going. I look he wore this, and this is what other people have paid for those shoes. Let's shame him. But he's going didn't pay a dime. And so he's like, why, why can't I wear cool shoes? That were free. You know, but there's a lack of self awareness and that perspective in the going, you know, it's like, but if it's causing other people to make a sumptuous about you, and how you spend resources and stuff like that, you know, maybe we need to step back and look at that and have a little bit more self awareness. I mean so again, there's like the natural from some of the guys I talked to there's like this, and eight defensiveness going. You don't know me. I didn't do that. You know, like, and then the modern and the mob mentality is like I can't believe he would use money to pay that. And it's like nobody's dealing with actual facts in nuance. It's all massive assumptions on the on both sides, and it's like that's where it's unhealthy. I'm going the commentary the statement, hey, we needed check our hearts when you talk about this, you know, in the eighties nineties preachers on TV were five thousand dollar suits. Now they're wearing thousand dollar sneakers, you know, it's the same thing, you know, so it's like you know, we need to talk. About that as a generation. But at some point, this method and that platform is getting toxic. I mean, if you read the comments is horrible. Well, like the, the other element to and, and Liz, this is something you're probably really knowledgeable about firsthand is, like they, I feel like modern evangelical ISM has degree conflicted, frugality, with some with, like that being ethical, where it's outer. Yes. It's, it's like a type a certain type of holiness is Brig -ality for sure. And that's the opposite side of the spectrum that it's like oh girl. That's cute. And someone's like, gosh, thanks so much. I got two dollars ninety nine cents on super sale at, you know this. And it's like this idea that just by getting amassing stuff for cheap. You're like a good Christian because you're like frugal, the opposite side of that is obviously engaging in luxury. I would say there's a really healthy middle ground that actually has much less to do with the price that you paid for something in more like your thought an intention behind how you're using your power as a consumer to support the beliefs in the world that you wanna live in exact because if you're a person of a certain means you could there could be a case to be made that, you know, a eight hundred dollar pair of Gucci boots that were made by talion craftsmen who are compensated, very well for making those shoes is more ethical than a twenty dollar pair of WalMart shoes. That was probably made in a factory with, you know, potentially shady conditions, and shady in. Mental regulations. It's there is a lot of nuance there that it's difficult to say like oh, who's. Right. New frong. It's just ironic at the brand that kind of brought some of this, the forefront of the conversation is itself becoming, you know, kind of this Iraq, notable name in fashion itself. Well, the I saw that the guys are the guy doing it as he's doing limited runs, like three days of like hoodies or whatever and all the money is going to causes. It's not. He's not from what I what I understand. He's not profiting from any, yes, you know, so anyway, I think you do bring up a really good. I mean, I will say, I think when you are in the public sphere, specifically in the faith space, and you are a leader it is kind of on. You, you, there's a different level of do I just because something is free. And you think it's cool. Is it in the best interest of you and the people that you're leading to take that I think I think it's fair to say there's a level of intention that probably needs to go. To your decision making. I'm not saying what that decision should be. But I think it's fair of us to ask for higher standards. However, the public shame method of creating conversations like that. I do think is incredibly has the potential to be so toxic in so dehumanizing in it's like creating something in us as humans. Like it's like you know, you watch these, like old school films about, like, in the fifteen hundreds in people are getting their heads cut off in, like literally people see it as like entertainment. And there's kind of this idea that you can go watch someone you know beheaded and then you can also watch somebody be publicly shamed in it turns into this, like entertainment. I'm all for examining. What is happening in the human heart when we are entertained by people getting publicly shamed and humiliated. And I think it's really toxic. But at the same time, the those who are in front, and they. Some of them dismiss it all together that it's like that's just a bunch of haters, or those are, you know, and they aren't listening than I'll have years to hear an hearts. You know, they're not listening and so like to me, there's this battle unhealthy battle lines are being drawn like versus them and stuff. And I'm kind of going as a leader, if you're called the be out in front like and this isn't about shoes. This is about all the choices in your life that you make like how you spend your, the, the example that you're setting like am. I spending my resources in a way that I would say, follow me, as I follow Christ to the people who follow me. You know what I mean, like, yeah, I might have means, but like, you know, is it going to is my lifestyle choices the, the life that I show is going to cause people to know the Lord or is it going to push them away? And you have to have that filter if you're in leadership, I mean, you shouldn't probably put, you know, it may be okay for you to drink in moderation. That may be your. Conviction. But the people in your congregation come from a wide spectrum of feelings about drinking, so it's probably not wise for you to put on Instagram you hanging out at the bar with a couple of guys even if you're totally fine. You know what I mean? It's just it's going to cause a lot of people stumble and it's not going to point people to Jesus. And so you kind of go in, you know, you got to have that self awareness of gone is, is the way a modeling my life like helping the gospel. And so I don't. Yeah. Again, there's a million nuances in why you make the decisions you make. And is it a good use of resources time energy? Are you living in a way that Jesus called us to live and everybody's different opinions and stuff? And so just because somebody's conviction levels different than mine. I can't you know, it's hard to not snap judge them, and it's, it's both and I mean, the people in leadership need to be more aware and conscious and the people who are in the congregation, looking at them need to be more aware, they're human, too, and we need to, like, what am I what's going on in my life that wouldn't fall in line? You know what I mean? Like. Everybody is at fault here, you know, and, and preachers the sneakers, I think the guy the kid who started it, you know, just wanted to kind of like he was like this is odd should we talk about this? And now it's like turned into this incredibly toxic thing. That's dividing generation, I'm kinda going, ultimately, it's not healthy. You know, this is not a healthy platform for this. Yeah. But I don't think that's the preachers sneakers, I think he just opened up the Fisher. That was waiting like, right? Right. It was going to happen. It was going to happen, somehow and granted, there is responsibility for actions. But part of this too, is, it's not should we be engaging in this, or should they be more wise? It's what do we expect of these people like what, what standards should we be holding a pastor to be our moral compass, and authority, because, like I don't really care if Garland's is wearing fancy shoes, because I'm not I'm not trying to, like, look at him and say, like, okay, this is who I gotta be if I get. This. Right. If I can figure out my life, if I can be the Christian that I hope to be, then then I'll be Kerr lens, like, I'm not looking at any of those pastors like that these are human beings that have an ability to read, scripture, and teach in a way that's entertaining that is that is like, okay, so that's interesting. And that might be where I feel like that's the definition of what has led to the modern, like celebrity pastor phenomenon that I actually think is really unhealthy in general, your earlier, Christian, and you're like charismatic and you can talk about the bible. I think it's a lot of people who desperately wanted to be performers in some capacity, and then they found that it's like, okay, why can't I for whatever reason I don't want to or can't cut it in these areas. But Christianity has this like pathway for me where I can be famous via like being a pastor, and I Don, the Auteuil that the scripture set up for biblical. Pastoring in leadership. And I think it's one of the things that's, like moons broken about the American church. But, but it's but it's tough because, like, the, the more people that you can reach with the gospel. Why the more people that can particularly be impacted. And, you know, kinda logical conclusion of that is to try to, you know, create more people are going to gauge with Reinhard Bonk, right heart bunk. You would have a, you know, a crusade and Nairobi that would have a million people there and seven hundred thousand people get commit their lives to Christ and get plugged into local churches. They had followed programs like that. But, like Reinhard bunking needed to be inter -taining and have the resources to be able to pull that off. And like I, I don't I don't think anybody spires to be a celebrity preacher. I think it's just you do. Oh cameron. Yes. I mean, I think but I think who aren't because I the guys who are known nationally, I don't think are aspiring to, I don't think fame factors in. I think they, they want to have impact drinks under that. Here's the reach. Yeah. I agree with you that there are researchers and their but those usually vet the those kind of themselves out, usually, right? I mean, yeah I don't I don't know. And I don't know the, the people, and I don't know their hearts, but I will say that the preachers and sneakers thing got me like as I peel, the layers over time it wasn't that they were doing that. It was that I was disappointed, and they were doing that because I wanted them to be something that they just they don't need to be for me. They do not need to be my moral compass, and authority. They are people who are really good at preaching and people who are really good at organizing church. And I if I felt like part of the preachers sneakers thing put me in. Right. Like helped me, remember, like the right position of all of this, because really like I should be looking. My hope is to be looking to Jesus for that kind of leadership. And if they're gonna wear really expensive. It's like well, that's, that's a choice. But I'm not they haven't somehow failed me just because they spend what would be too much money for me. Does that make sense? Like a I think it's almost more than a reflection on the people that are freaking out about it, then it is on the actual human being. That's what I'm saying. Because like the guys, again, not all of them, but some of them are, like, like this is they did not pay that money. So, like I don't care like it doesn't affect me at all, like, it's Gotti and silly lookin. Some of them, some are really dope, but, you know, they didn't pay that money. So it doesn't bother me. So like, why is everybody up in arms? Like what? Like, what is broken that bra free, if they did pay that money? And even if I do think it's a bad decision. And even if I do think it's a total waste of money, right? Well, then, okay, I wasn't. I don't mean to, I don't need that person to be my compass. I don't I need them to like it's just okay? Well, that's a reflection of them. And. But I don't I don't I'm not I think I'm expecting too much from those people as what I'm getting it. If you read the comments so many people, I can't believe this tight money that way and I'm going, I know a lot of that they just get normal pastor salaries, but they are they have side businesses or they go out and speak it conferences, and they have other or they have book deals. You know, sign a million dollar book deal and stuff. They didn't get the money from the church. You know they have. The problem with the public shaming conversation is there isn't I still think it's valid conversation. But what is your intention, our you leaking your community you need, you have a responsibility to be making decisions? It's like I, I think about that. And I have nowhere near the like platformer visibility as a lot of these guys in still I feel like just depending on who you're leading in what your community is mature leader. I think it's a wise practice to say, like here's the thing that I wanna do. Here's all the other factors that I'm gonna take into consideration to make this decision. There's something to be said for safety in numbers in his growing societal movement. So it's like I don't wanna throw that out. I don't wanna throw the baby out with the bathwater, but I think that there is so much that is so much healthier when we have the conversation in the context of relationships in so it's been in the public sphere because to your point Cameron of people being, like I can't believe they're using tithing money on that. There's like no. Oh nuance in that. And there's been a lot of truth does get lost when we open it up into the public sphere and isn't fair, I will say this to Reinhard bulky had the dough face off white air masses, I've ever crusade. So actually, I'm wondering if, if this if the, the trend shifting a little bit because I have I I don't see every post they did. But I have one Kim cross my feed few days ago, and it was a picture kind of behind stage of three speakers at the conference. You know, on, on barstools gets a shot of, you know, from behind them on the stage and they were all three wearing white sneakers, and of course they put one to, you know, they, they, they showed the resale value of this Niks. And one of them was wearing like if the resale value is like eighty dollar white, you know, air force ones, and then one of them was, like, you know, one hundred and forty or something like that. And then one of them was like some of the crazy ones like eight hundred or something, but I'm going to three guys on stage who maybe in past months. Would have been wearing high dollars, probably because they knew the eyeballs are on them chose moderately priced normal Nike's. You know what I mean? Jesse's point aren't any ethically. Like at the end of the day, Gucci and Nike, well Nike's more vertically integrated than some other well-known factories anyway. A lot of them are being produced in the same place in the same way. So it's like you kind of go back to this question of what's a bummer to me is that instead of saying, like ooh. How can I be using my purchasing power in a way that I want people in my community to reflect it's just like going to the cheap so that you're safe? So it's like it's a bummer to me, not just I mean, I'm obviously biased because I'm in, I run an ethical fashion brand, but it's like man, you could be using your platform, not just to not get in trouble, but you could be like encouraging people to be buying stuff that actually deeply aligns with your belief in the dignity of all humans. And instead, you're just like gonna buy the eighty dollar shoe because you wanna be safe. It's like seeing I mean Megan Markle has done. In credit? She's really utilized her platform, and has been super intentional with, like almost everything that she's seen wearing publicly is ethically. Sustainably produced in that to me is like such a beautiful example of like I'm gonna thoughtfully intentionally take my platform in my resources in do something with them that I feel good about other people being like. Oh, if I want to be like her. This is the path that I can take and that just seems a lot more thoughtful and intentional than like just buy the cheap thing. So I don't get slandered publicly. I did notice just this morning, a previous thinkers, one, one preacher probably is buying into what you're talking about the it was a farm-to-table a sneaker had be wing chunks in the soles. I avoid this entire is I've been making my own shoes now. And you've been doing this Shane Claiborne where he makes his own pants. Yeah. And I will say this, I have been using bees for my shoes and my feet are horrifically injured right now. But I'm making a point to the world, Jesse your your mistake you didn't take the singers off. So every step, you're everything yourself. All right, number four on the hot list. That's what we're doing now. Know guys were just to number four. For king and country this week, collaborated with echo Smith for their new remix of their big song, God only knows. And then it was remixed by timberland timberland is back other duo has previously won two Grammys and the contemporary Christian category. And they actually renar studio. What? Six months ago, five months performing and they perform the song. God only knows. Well, the remix features legendary hip hop producer Timbaland, if you wanna Google quick. Liz, it's Tim bottle-and with an a he did like Missy Elliott. He he's Justin Timberlake county west, if you wanna Google them I can send you a list now. I appreciate that. And I just wanna say luckily for our listeners, I'm only gonna be able to participate in one of the five hot list items, which means that we won't have to spend twenty minutes on all five. So this is actually my ignorance is a massive gift to this community because I have nothing to add to that. Too hot for you to handle. We continue on probably echo Smith. A couple years ago for their huge hit cool was a cool kids, cool cats. Yeah. Smith, singer, Sydney, Serio ta said in a statement when the idea was brought up to me. I said, I'll sing on that tomorrow. I love that song. So much got only knows is such a special song, and I think we all constantly need the reminder that there's a God who knows and loves us. We aren't doing this alone. There's so much love in meaning in the lyrics honored to be a part of it. Here is a clip of the timberland echo. Smith. Remix of God only knows. Got only knows through it really resonates with me, because no one can relate to what it's like having both feet, horrifically stung by these on every inch in them. So. I know God only knows, man don't own. I know it you think they name the song, God only knows. And then sing it. Or do you think they sing it, and then they're like, well, we gonna call it this, but either way with this is on brand song. Good question. Is it is it really Z? God only knows. He's just set it over and over again. You know, it actually works. Yeah. Got only knows what the next day again, say it again coming to number three in the gym gaffe. Again is in a new indie thriller about a snake handling church short talking Santa comedians won the stars in the upcoming thriller them that follow. Here's the official synopsis, deep and Napa Lucia. Pastor limb. Well, child's presides over an isolated community of serpent handlers. And obscure sect pentecostals, who willingly take up venomous snakes to prove themselves before God as is devoted daughter, Mara prepares for her wedding day, under the watchful eye of hope slaughter, a dangerous secret is unearthed and she's forced to confront the deadly tradition of her father's church. Yeah. Gaskins a devout Catholic and faith, frequently plays a role in his comedy. But he's not known for his dramatic work. We posted this on relevance website couple of days ago. Our headline Jesse. Okay. I that's why won't ask you about. You guys are gonna be this is going to be objective here because the headline that we crafted for this aim we use the picture of Jim Gaffey in handling a snake like a screen shot from the trailer. The headline was Jim gaffe again, is in this creepy thriller about a snake handling Pentecostal church. Yeah. I don't feel like we're throwing shade there. I'm just saying what is the most interesting part of this? Yeah. And, and I again, I was going through Instagram and I followed him gaffe again, and all of a sudden, there's a screen shot of our story and Jim posted it. Did you see that Jesse? Yeah. On twitter. He said, I just love the headline of this article Jim gaffe again is in a creepy thriller snake can't church, shaming. I this, this is your thing. I was stating fact in a funny interesting way, I didn't say anything negative Jim, yet or the movie wanna see it, it looks interesting. Isn't that, like, I don't think anybody is in a movie about a snake handling church in Appalachia that doesn't think that's a little creepy feel like Jim gaffe against motivation is like I just need to paint this community in a new non creepy light. Motivation and the well that he's drawing from. Could be wrong. The, the creepy film releases in August so be on the lookout for. And thanks for follow in Jim. Number two this week on list. Gary Busey is back in the news, he's going to God is gonna play God, an off Broadway musical, Gary Busey as guy. Could go wrong. He's signed on to star in only human a play about Jesus and Lucifer and what happens quote win. An extreme case of creative differences gets the best of them and all hell breaks loose. Early early and the statement, Gary Busey said God is everything love is, and that love becomes the beginning of blessings and miracles playing. This role of God is easy because I'm not acting. I'm just believing you come see it. And you'll believe it to the show, opens New York's theatre say Clemens. And so what are the odds that almost every night, the show just falls into Gary Busey, shouting random members of the audience? I like I remember when he had a reality show, I've liked him on all the weird movies. He's done where he kinda playing this, you know, kind of manic side. I don't know. He sewing, I wanna see in a live staff production. I know part of the appeal of seeing like plays musicals is sort of the anything can happen type of thing. I don't know if I want to be like in the same rule. Scary shocks me. You are the fan. Your fan of I've got to watch this because there we are. We are in the fine razor's edge of, of, of chaos like you like watching Nick woolen to walk a tightrope. Why do we want to watch knowing okay? Watching him because of the potential of catastrophe. That's why it's sick. And I'm surprised that you don't wanna see Gary abuse on a live stage play because of the potential catastrophe. No. Here's the thing came when we saw Gary, when we gave you when we saw Nick willing to walk across that building and Chicago, that was the turning point for me, because, like I like seeing things turn catastrophic in very, very awkward. But when physical danger becomes an element, I get too anxious lying like I love south. That's weird. But with Gary Busey, there's no telling what the man might do you know, like we're talking about live attacks. It wouldn't shock me at all if he some of bees were involved in Gary Busey was involved when, when it comes to, like, physical risk, that's where I have to draw the line these days, it's just. You know, I'm a hundred percent into it. My sister lives in Montana, and she took us to a rodeo. And by the way, I am not like an easy Cryer. I don't like I'm not like super motion, I don't cry commercials. I don't get about pets, and we were at this, you know, rodeo and the guy fell off the bull as happens. And he was supposedly heard, and y'all I burst into tears and took my son in left, because I spiralled so fast I was like his mom, is watching this, in this is the worst moment of her life, and we paid to be here to watch this. And then I started me about, what is the economic reality for the seventeen year old kid from rural Montana, like, is this what he wants for his life would have taken other opportunities if he would have had them. How is our education serving Mr. Joe bull rider, and like, are we actually just capitalizing on his lack of opportunity? Now there's a bunch of rich white people wearing cowboy hats and stadium that are paying to see this kid almost get hurt. And then I cried and I left, so I'm. A really fun person to take things that are supposed to be light hearted and entertaining as what I'm trying to say I heard about that event. Liz in, you know, the most heartbreaking part when that boys riding around on the ground, he somehow attack by bees. They don't know where they came from, but there was a attack along with the entry I it was heartbreaking all the way around. But this just had her own full, Gary Busey moment, just off the wagon, and we were just deep into whatever was happening. Nobody could say word we just had to watch and wait fun. All right, number one this week on the hot list of way. Number one biggest news of the week, DC talk is officially reuniting for a quote land cruise otherwise known as a tour Christian music trio DC talk just wrapped their second. Jesus freak crews, while the band stopped touring and performing together nearly twenty years ago and each members pursued new projects. But this week this week, Michael Tait, who was also in the news, boys. Stop by a radio station for special announcement. He said, I've got news for you. We just finished at east crews yesterday. Pete further of the news boys in I Toby MAC, performed DC talk, K, MAGS news boys by next year. Next year. Dc talk will be doing a land crews will be doing toward eights in the states not announce yet, but it'll be very few, but we'll do them each year, twenty twenty one and probably twenty to DC. Now, we don't know who any of these people are right? No, but I'm thrilled about this being on the hot spot, only because my number one take away from the entire podcast right now is that, you know, you guys know I have a book, that's launching this fall and we're debating whether or not we want to do a tour and I'm like, kind of on the side of. No, but now all of a sudden, I'm like, but we could call it a land cruise. We have to be because that's like, you know, the, the, the dad that comes home from work, you know, right before the family vacation at his just lost his job. He tells the whole family's like we're going on a cruise land crews. And knowing. Bus tickets at new great. Hi. Land. Chris. I realized that kind of the whole DC talk world has been waiting to hear my reaction because some would say, and I agree that I am probably responsible for the resurgence of DC talk, who was talking about DC talk before the relevant podcast beat happened for years ago. Five years ago, zero literally, no one and I'm gonna tell you this. I'm gonna tell you this. And I don't wanna draw to find line. Cats is coming back as a movie of full-fledged movie with Taylor swift in it cats DC talk is reuniting. I'm just saying basically and humbly your everyone, not the most powerful. Yes, I'm excited. Yes. Of course, I will be at one of the shows. Yes. Of course, I will try to get in for free because of all this, and I, I mean, the world has been waiting for this. I love that. They call it a land cruise because for two years, the only way to see them has been on C, and that is absolutely preposterous. And so I will believe it when I see it, but I am ready and you're welcome America. I don't even know if their shelf aware enough to know that, you know, a land cruise isn't a thing, like I hope they land. I hope they really lean into the land cruise thing. I hope that tour bus is shaped like a boat. I hope that every concert is like it's basically it's basically Jimmy Buffett. Jimmy by the tour they, they only drive around and landcruisers. Yeah. Yeah. It's, it's they never get the joke. But. Yeah they're just wearing gonna wine shirts up there every night. Yeah. I, I when I heard about this. I immediately started to picture the crowd. Like what demographic? It's exactly who you think. And we cannot wait to be their thirty five to fifty. Not about it. Thirty five. This is the first concert, they've been to in about nine years my kids. Yeah. Bring my kids with me. Oh, they're bringing the kids, the kids will be half. The crowd will be like what is this yet, when they start singing, I wish we'd all been ready? I want them. I want my children to experience weeping, openly and but really viciously people, I don't actually know well enough, but I'm imagining some like genes that have rhinestone dazzled. Page. Talk, you want your hip hop, you're gonna have your hip hop style. When you know, you're gonna have your more like classic rock little bit out there with Kevin max, then you're gonna have your rhinestones entire crowd as wearing something bedazzled. This crowd hasn't been to show since affliction was the trend in the offs. And this crowd is going to dust off the rhinestone jeans, because it's the rock and roll concert shirt, you know. Out. That's the jeans I feel like sneakers and preachers needs to do a post from outside one of the land cruise dates in like Ed hardy shirt, two hundred dollars in parentheses in nineteen ninety nine like. Currently recently sold for a dollar fifty. Yeah. Yes, it's going to be very exciting and yeah, it's it's magical. I hope they do it around Christmas time. So we can hear some of their Christmas songs too. So, you know, approves everyone all these fifty year olds in the crowd singing. I don't want it. I don't want your sex for now. It's the youth group songs don't work when it's. Appropriate at this age. I want your sex for now for Ness. It's a real salt more now it has not it is not a wholesome message. It's a great message for the teeny, the middle schoolers teenagers that they were, you know, playing to then I'm just saying that tore now also for the moms in the bedazzle Jane's, who haven't been out in six years. You know, I am I dazzle jeans on don't make some shins. Maybe not gonna do anything for now. All right. Yeah, yeah. They're really big night. Back in like six weeks. Wine. Spritzers TGI Fridays before we showed up on anything for now. Let's just head home. Let me in breath. But, you know. Gosh. Ten thirty. All right. Four. It's. Up next. Karen, swallow prior joins us. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the Belen podcast. Hey while you're in your little podcast app. Once you look up the other podcast we do every weekday, we're bringing you the what's happening at the intersection of faith in culture with our podcast relevant daily, it's about ten minutes keeps, you know, keeps her finger on the pulse, though. Check it out. Also while you're online, visit the relevance store. We have a podcast fan section at the relevance store. We updated almost every week with mugs shirts hats, and all the swaggie gear you would want from your favorite podcast. Go check it out. Store dot relevant magazine dot com. Daydream busy with Dr Karen, swallow priors writings about faith, and culture have appeared in publications, including the Atlantic box Washington Post also a noted hashtag church, too, and pro-life advocate a lengthy recent profile in the New Yorker said the liberty English professor and author quote stands at the vanguard of a new movement of Christians looking to reclaim their faith from the regressive racist misogynistic policies that have co opted, when her new book, cultural engagement across course in contemporary issues Karen and her co author Joshua Chatra discuss how to develop a biblical viewpoint on modern issues like immigration creation care, war, capital, punishment, and more. We recently spoke with Karen about the book in how to engage today's most pressing social issues. Here is very own Tyler huckabee's conversation with Dr Karen, swallow prior. What if you could give a sort of a brief summary of elevator pitch, I guess, on cultural engagement what it's about what book is really a collection of essays by various contributors from various fields and disciplines on ten different issues that are really pressing in the culture and the church today. And it arose out of my editor Josh Astros. And my experience in teaching students college age students, and in our different fields. He is a school of divinity professor, I teach English, but we talk about a lot of cultural issues. I teach writing cultural engagement class and our students are even within the church are facing a number of perspectives, about different issues and aren't really that well equipped to navigate those issues through. Through a biblical lands. And to even begin to understand, you know, how to sort through the different perspectives from professing Christians. And so this book is kind of a start to help them. Navigate those issues it seems like a looking some of the issues that you that you get into the book things like gender roles immigration creation care. These are things that a lot, and this is a critique that you hear a lot of times from sort of the, the erase punditry. Is that a bios address these issues at all? So why do Christians in the public sphere have such have such strong opinions about them because they can't backup his opinions, with direct bible verse. It sounds like that's something that you try to navigate in this book a little bit. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, anyone who is familiar with Christian worldview thinking, which is, you know, pretty old school now who's been within Christianity knows. Is that what we are doing with, that is taking Crispell that are implicit if not explicit in the bible, and applying them to various issues, which isn't a black and white enterprise? The bible has something to say about all aspects of life, but not necessarily in the terms that issues shape into in our contemporary, culture, and so even though we cover a range of issues in this book, we certainly couldn't cover all of them. So we, it's also our hope that just working through these kinds of issues in the ways that we assist through our editorial material our discussion questions that actually that, that is just a practice and a skill that can be developed applied to whatever issues might bubble up in the next ten or twenty years, because we know issues will always change. But the way that we read the book OPEC's attempt to apply them to the. Issues. Hopefully stays the same. I, I'd be very interested to hear because this has also become a similarly, very divisive topic among Christians in twenty nineteen. Of course, the issue of politics where by by your read, and as the way you address in the miss book, there are this book takes it on. Where do you feel like Christians have sort of gotten the idea of politics wrong in the US in this era? Well, if, if we're defining this era, as sort of the past couple of decades main, maybe late twentieth early twenty percent. That's my own reference. And I can really draw heavily on my own experience, as someone who came of age in kind of during the rise of the religious, right? And the political activism, that took place then and, and it's that crucible that actually formed me as an adult Christian, and, and, and crystallized my faith, so. I mean, I really became an adult and became a committed Christian through political activism, and my, my intertwining of, of my faith in politics as, as part of who I am yet. I have come to see now a few decades later, the limitations of that. And so I think most of us Christians, no matter where we are in the political spectrum, or who voted for in the last presidential election. Or who you plan to vote for? I, I think we're all or most of us, the vast majority are questioning what exactly is the proper relationship between the church in America and political America? And I'm not in favor of complete, you know political pulling away and this, this involvement. And like some of the some other Christian sects, maybe they separatist yet at. The same time I have learned, I think from to tighter marriage between church and state and we're all wrestling with that. And I particularly proud of this section of the book because I think we give a really good range of us all the way from, you know, Robbie Georges, they're a conservative approach to politics to micro wears explanation and apologetic for being a Christian Democrat. So I hope that readers will find this section as comprehensive and engaging as we do and looking sort of the broad overview of, of the book, what do you hope people who read it? What are, what are you hoping that they're left with or these are all like a lot of individual topics or some overlap between them, but they're all also kind of bullet points, this major issues that are on our minds in that are in the news right now. What do you hope that total affect is on somebody who walks away from this book? I think. What most of us are exposed to every day. Is this opinion that opinion and this Christian tribe, and that Christian tribe, and it's we have to sort through it. And we often pick our views based on the tribe, but we don't look at the various perspectives together and in comparison with one another through a biblical framework. And so this book even is limited, as it is and is comprehensive as we try to make it, I think, presents readers with a way of viewing all of these issues together and measuring them against the biblical text. Because there are so many such variety of us, there's no way to just to, to pick one without doing that. And perhaps, by weaving, these things, together, it can help us when we leave a book like this, and go back out into the internet or into our communities. To have a more comprehensive way of the, those disparate variety of us. We see out there like we're we're just inundated with this you, and that you all the time with without any framework or context. And this book helps to provide a context of hopefully, we'll, we'll do more searching for and creating that context on our own that was actor Karen, swallow prior guess what? Everybody today literally today is her thirtieth birthday. Happy birthday Akber stay tuned up next s the cast. 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I was reading through some of them today as people were sending them in. And it was like, I don't think I want to be on. But it's okay, it's better to see how many of these questions, I can logically, make my answer. Eating live bees. So let's fire suit. Beth asks who says, I'm a teacher in the school year is about to end have about a week before I start my summer job. What should I do to have a maximum summer vacation experience in minimal time, I guess this week vacation that she's talking about is pretty applicable to most people a job. So I guess we can not only answer just for bath but for anybody who has a week summer vacation. What is something she could do to have maximum summer vacation experience land one hundred. Nine. Yeah. I would I would agree with all that I would also say pop on those dazzle be jeans. Liz go and see if there is like a, you know, Beatles cover band, down the road, or some sort of journey cover band, and just live it up, you do, and don't everybody. Don't let anybody say you can't have that second Spitzer. This is your week. I would I would encourage you to water that down significantly just for medical reasons. The, the other thing I would say two week is, you know, maybe you don't have time for a cruise, but why he said was a Land Cruiser certainly in the option. Just grab a greyhound bus ticket cruise to nowhere, just a, you know, flying down that American highway what could go wrong. Just went on an old fashioned. My husband and I, celebrate our tenure anniversary spent the first year of our marriage living out of our car. So we thought it'd be fun to celebrate ten years revisiting that. So we went on like just a legit old fashioned road, trip, and man road trips are so fun. Best blaze in music. We'd like a list of a hundred questions that we were asking each other. We like Roach up to Canada. We took a ferry over time. We actually got in a we spent probably in full transparency, the first twelve hours fighting as one done. Said, change any change in mood, temperature the whole thing, you gotta rea- reacclimated. So we're like on a ferry going over Canada are like car is on a huge boat with, like hundreds of other cars in my husband's sitting in the driver's seat, which doesn't even matter because we're like on a ferry. And I'm like screamed at him. I did. Vacuum comment was very quick. He hasn't vacuum in a week that came out of nowhere now I realize. In wall transparency, my husband Atkins, a lot, which codes well for him. And after but put my sparkley jeans because I gotta do my part, you know. Dazzle but for now. Just not. Taylor asked what's weird is food. You've ever tried and liked Jesse. Oh, well, this is interesting. I really gotta think about it. There's nothing that leading live. He's boom. Next question. Reggie is serial considered a soup, we've answered that one. Reggie Reggie also asked our hotdogs a sandwich. I mean, I've found is the bait and I mean, I think I thought about this from every angle, you can possibly not in spirit, but, you know, by affect yes, they are sandwiches. Liz, what is your take on the hot dog? Having the main component be tubular disqualifies it as one hundred percent at sits in its own category club. Roles. No, no tubular majority components that comprise over ninety percent of said meal to qualifies sandwich. What about slice tubular things like like you would take like, Jesse said salami slices or I mean that that's the tube. I wanna watch meet starts in to form was, yeah. One hundred percent agree with that. Yeah. But not existing form. We're really splitting hairs or should I say, cutting out dogs here? Yeah. All right. Let's see Laura asks, if you could do one thing without any negative consequences. What would it be eat life? These hundred percent. Eat pizza every day for the rest of my life. Yeah. I would I would. Yeah. Literally just whatever I want. And that would be my answer. That'd be. Acing except big UT sneakers, but there are consequences to our actions. So we moved to. To throw in one thing. Murder murder. There is a movie that I watched it's like a stupid scary horror film. But the whole premise of it was like there's one night, where nothing is legal and you can do anything without repercussions movie. I Jim gaffe. Right. These pentecostals. It really did get me noodling because I feel like your perspective on what happens that night shows a lot about what you believe about humanity. And like the human condition of what people would do if they didn't have consequences. It's the purge. Boom that everybody just wanted to murder each other. But what if we what if that happened in where we really saw like underneath at all we all just like I would give away my entire fortune, because I could do that. And there wouldn't be a consequence for me. I'm not gonna lie list. That sounds like a super boring movie. Very exciting if they're not murdering getting boring. I mean what are we? Just trying to wrestle alligators or something like who cares? You get a murder people Matthew ass. This is interesting. I've been I've been plagued with making a thirteen hour road trip. Playlist for my very reserved family's vacation to Florida. What should be the first thing on my plate us to really? Get started on the right track caveat, very reserved family. He needs to send a message loud and clear to that family that I don't wonder sex for now why that is the most obvious choice. Number one. Then it's gotta be a pretty everybody likes. Huey Lewis and the news. And that's just fact. And now when he says, really reserved I'm thinking they don't like secular music he. But everybody likes you Louis. That's what's interesting now through all lines. He's the number one artist ever my. Stone. Listen to music. And they, they would go to a James Taylor concert today. He's pretty. Yeah. Let's their justification. I think game sailor down. I think this is my son every night. I think the plane crash music. I think the non secular music ban came in eighties. And so, I think in the us up to that point, grandfathered in, like yeah. We, we love James Taylor. I know because I sing it to my two year old son. There's a line, and sweet baby James that says dreaming about women and glasses of beer, by the way. Now, my two year old things in public so you can. Cute. He actually got paid a dollar in the store the other day because he just started belting down someone handed him in money. You have a good choice. Do I? I'm not gonna pay any bills with it. We're going to say we're just. We're just curious what it's like having him here, these songs, and then some days going to hear James Taylor and be like what on earth? These to the same song. All right. Well, there's a lot more questions. We'll try to get to an another castings for sitting, and that is your ask the cast segment. 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Episode 311 - Sit Down Zumock Invades Inappropriate Earl with William Katt!!!

Inappropriate Earl

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Episode 311 - Sit Down Zumock Invades Inappropriate Earl with William Katt!!!

"All right guys joining us today the always the great rose battle champion himself from comedy central? Earl Skakel Earl how are Ya? I. Feel like I'm living in a fantasy camp right now. So happy. So we have the iconic actor William. With us today and I could not do this podcast without earl because this is one of your biggest fans Mr. Cat. Earl? With a bottle of water. Let me get a bang energy drinks. Now Mr Cat, we're both comics and earl lives in Los Angeles lives. In West Hollywood, he's a communist regular and. We had this weird knowledge is pop culture knowledge. So you we pretty much grew up with you like you are a part of us in our forties fifties like. Did. The. Old Now I need a glass of wine. Okay I. Know He recognized for anything you do you know Why one spot a twelve, hundred, fifty dollars LASERDISC player to solely watch big Wednesday. So holy Christ. That movie was so iconic to me. Let's get into. Abaza Basil all adores. A great composer store on that film's just fricken. Amazing. So wonderful, we're just GONNA dive into big Wednesday because this has been a part of my life earl is like has such an affection for it. And growing up, I mean like, what was it like playing that role Haji get that role. Let's talk. Let's get nerdy. Let's get really nerdy right now. Well, you know you and I are Boston sure ups I mean that's where I grew up to we went to Some of us here on to the same schools in fact but. I started surfing. Kanner eleven years old I learned to surf down at Brook Street in Laguna Beach, with with a buddy of mine tommy add You know down there and. I was like a regular in Malibu at go to I. Go to Malibu before school many days a week you know go into class completely sandy. And A. Much to the Chagrin of whoever was sitting next debate. But. Yeah. I grew up being a circuit was really. Cathartic for me when I got that role, I remember my dad telling me early on I could never make a living with my surfboard and I proved him wrong. So they do I'm making living with my surfboard and your parents were actors to right. There were billions A. Very well known cowboy a pretty much for kit. Carson, and my mom was Barbara Hale was best known for Della. on the the. Award winning. Mary may see series many many years ago I think from fifty, fifty, five, sixty, three. I mean, I grew up on both their sets Kit Carson and Very Mason now is. That was like a holiday to get out of school and go down to the set. Hang out have coffee and donuts in. Hang out on all the all the equipment climb up there on the Mitchell cameras with the learn how to do the wheels the figure eight with the all wheel. Is Pretty. Yeah, it was a great. It was great child. What was it like working with your mom and big Wednesday because? She was the house mom and the party scene and she was very funny on it. She she was very funny. You know she told the story that the when she walked into me John Milius, the writer director she said, we'll John You can't tell me that I that I don't fit at the park. Because she was my mom actually you know what we worked together before that cheated two episodes or after that she did two thirds the greatest American hero. Years after big Wednesday, and then we worked again on the MASONS for almost five years to get. Well, I'm not I'm not familiar with great American hero. So let's talk big Wednesday. Talking about inside shown no, I'm being funny earlier. COMEDIANS dammit. So. What other big Wednesday question you have because you love that movie so much If you could talk about the cast because it's such an iconic cast. Obviously you Gary Busey jan-michael Hinson and your carry cast May the Great Michael Talbot Afraid. Of Credit Krueger Robert England. Earl Earl. Don't you know Gary Busey Curl. Done a few comedy shows with the he was just a meeting. Him Once was enough Okay. I. I. mean. He's A. Great Guy, you know what? He plays that he plays that guy that's. Crazy June bug but he's really he's really fricken these like a Rhodes scholar he's so smart. Absolutely I just I think I got caught up and I said, hey, or they were going to do a sequel the big. Wednesday like we're maybe you play bear or you know a character and that's another cast of Sam Melville A. What the hell they do a sable that movie for I'm like Oh I don't know I guess not a yes. All Tam Gabby locked Sam really on who also in that Jim Darryl Fatty went on be award winning writer and producer zone right and red Brown who had many successful found benchers. In, of course, the Robert England had varies of Kemba small parts but still. He narrated the entire film I mean that was his voice narrated the fellow I didn't know. Yeah that's far Robert Bottle and funny story is on a met Robert many years before that because I had a fairly extensive theater career onstage and I met Robert at the Center Theatre Group until Los Angeles we were doing. We were both. Part of de she's men in the great play acidic that. Will starring. And we met doing that we had a wonderful time. We've stayed friends all these years. He sees a lovely guy. I. Guess. One question I had is you said all you can ask more questions I want to know the whole process of getting the role. He was obviously the surfer parents were actors, Earl what your next question. Why just painting made that movie didn't do as good as I think it should have. And I look back and go. Maybe it was a serve movie maybe a hard sell to the mainstream American audience. You know at the time it was one of others film I think I think it was had a significant budget. It was like eight million dollars I think time, which was fairly hefty in nineteen in the late Seventies. And what happened when it came out it was panned by the critics, but in the years that ensued after that. It when they came out with DVD's what it became a cult classic and I know that it did very very well in the ensuing twenty years after that. The. Funny thing is John Milius and. The Steven, Spielberg and who was it? George Lucas George Lucas they all traded points in each other's film. And they were all very chagrin that John Film failed in their both their films did so well but I think they've all they've made a man's I. Think I think big Wednesday did all right in in all these years afterwards. So how how does all three of you hand some guys in the Savvy Jan Vincent's was a gorgeous man and He was like the Brad Pitt of the seventies like how did you all get casted? How'd that all come together and? Situation. I was coming off a carry. That was pretty successful at the. was kind of a Bichon, the became mainstream. I remember being in Newsweek and Time magazine the same week, which was pretty amazing. It really launched my career. And it was also a seminal film for Mr. For Brian. and. In fact I would say for Sissy in all of us we all we all garnered careers out of that film. And we've all worked ever since. But I came out of that I did a film at paramount. Less well known in film Susan Dey called I love. And then. A year after that, I was called into the into Warner Brothers to meet John and I, sat down with John and Gary and jam. We sat on a couch. We just shot the shit for. Gee Whiz in our and we all seem to get along. We all sit the parts you know. Gary was laying this out of control eccentric guy and Jan.. Jan. Mike was planning a guy on the brink and I was kind of this spray playing this narrow guy. Ended all kind of worked out. We all kind of when you think back on our lives, we all Kinda became those roles. You know I was from the Valley I went back to the valley at gave up the water and went back to the Valley Gary? Just. He played out that crazy. And Jan God bless Jan Recipes. You know what? He was a lovely man who just A. New He fell prey to his demons. Should we say? Go ahead and write. It really is almost scary. How of the three of you like you just said more than the your characters from the movie in real life on But do you think I know when is still blown? said he made Rambagh he got a lot of resistance because no one wanted to see a movie about Vietnam. Vietnam storyline may be hampered at the box office performance just because it got pretty heavy in the middle part, I don't think I mean. When you look at that sequence. That, probably one of my favorite sequences in the film you know Darryl Fatty and beauty and all those guys. They go down to the draft board and Gary View see them combing his hair with a fish. and. By the way that whole sequence on the chair. When he was lighting cigarettes, I have another one another all that stuff that was totally improved. Totally how Arrows it was like one of the best, and then he gets up and screens and goes through the wall come on. That was classic. That's classic Gary Music. I love The guy who played the doctor in that just now who is another great character actor? Break character actor. Yeah Yeah I. Cry Every time they line up when you guys were watching TV at your house and everyone lines up and says goodbye and you know the beginning you know. I don't know if people realize that they'll get the gentlemen. Forgive me I forget his name who played shopping cart the older gentleman. All right. He was. He was a favourite of John Ford and in the old John Ford films and that was A. John Milius pain alive to John Four. Right. Now, I gotta I said You were GonNa be on the podcast today. So I put the thing out to the listeners Ashley wanted to know. And if I don't think you could see it but it says Matt's dog in the credits. Brian? Damage. Vincent, what's that situation? Do you know? That was Janice real dock. Wow. Yeah he was, and he wandered the shock one day and they just kept it after that. You know so many things were accidental and they just kept it. You know. What would you say the party scene of where of course, your carry cast mate Michael Talbot comes in crashes and then Red Brown and you're making now with added the Arben Bill would you say that was the finest Yeah. That was a lot of fun. You know Michael Talbot got his job by Gary Busey in that. When it comes to the door Gary Busey halls often hits him any broke his fucking jaw or his nose one of the I can't remember but that really happened wind. At times did seem pretty realistic. It was it was rea-? Yeah. That was a lot of fun. We shot that on the lot at MGM. You know. You guys probably over the years have probably more or less. Like you said a cult favorite and obviously US nerds talking to you right now but I mean to this day do you still get blown away how that meant so much to people? You know it was kind of a it. It did I think. Because it was a loss time, it was really just a thin ribbon of life on the coast and but it really represented it very well in the Philippine. People talked about it as was a surf film but really was a film about friendship and a really a time in life that was will never come again it was the late sixties, early sixties late sixties, those days are gone. Yeah Earl it will it. So weird I someone asked me why do you like a surf movie? If, you don't serve yourself and I'm like it to me it's not really a cirque movie. I mean surface the background rise unlike A. Football movie. Called North Dallas forty rally, which really wasn't a football movie was just about how. The power struggle between owners and players in in the evilness So it just meant so much to me and what was the reaction light when you know the movie might not have been doing as well at the box office was there like they're not promoting correctly or? I don't know was there was always a fear that that's what would happen in I know. At. At The Times like God I wish you could have read this trip because the script was masterful was just so rhapsodic. So beautiful to read. And again, I think. Robert Englund it's such a magnificent job. In speaking the narratives. We were all disappointed. But you know time has a way of. Time has a way of making things better and it did for that film and I'm so I'm so thankful that we did the film and and it meant so much to so many people. Like point grey or blue crush, it's it's it's a much different kind of feeling. It's really much more romantic than either of those jobs I wanNA, give it out to the Great Ron. Bennington. Not to cast disparaging remarks about those because there were very good. Yeah. Early real quick. Let me give a shout out to the Great Ron Bennington on Sirius Xm because every time I do a show in New York we talk big Wednesday every single time. So Ron Bennington this one's for you I'm GonNa send you the link when it's put up. We Got William Cat. Here we're doing it earl go ahead. It's finally because probably tend to maybe the next subject we're talking do but I I also have the surf movie the North Shore. Batch. Like Big Wednesdays like the Star Wars of surface homes. Wednesday, where are you going with this? Where are you going with this? Curious, where's the segue? SEGUE. This. Believe audition for the role of Luke skywalker and I wanted to know you know obviously at the time of the addition. Did you have any idea? Did anyone have any idea how monstrous movie would become? No no we we just all found you know at the time I was a struggling young actor you know going between. Two hundred seventy five dollars a week at the mark taper. Forum back to unemployment and. Between the two without you know. And I had a little bit of success in in some television episodic things. I think my biggest break came with Angie Dickinson I was in the pilot of policewoman. And I got a lot of heat from that and that kind of propelled me into some of the auditions that came there hot. How hot was she back in her prime dude I. got to sit in the elevator for three days and had my arms or after while. Hot I O N. We all lose. Yeah it was pretty goal. But anyway. To Digress for one second. At the time, a George. Lucas and Brian. Very. Good. Friends. They were casting together. They said, let's let's see everybody that's available. So they catch they brought in all the young actresses that were up incoming in they brought in all of the young actors that were up and coming, and we went through a series of auditions. But neither one of US had any idea I seen a couple of Brian's films. Into Annoy Rabbit. Hi, mom healthy with Bobby Deniro when Bob Niro was I doing comedy it's funny that he came back around and at the end of his career to start doing a little bit of comedy at the end of his career, what he was doing comedy I bob. Yeah go back and watch I go back and watch some of those early Brian almost helps he was bomb was very fun. Narrow. Yeah, interesting. But anyway. So we came in and we did this edition that we didn't know what was going to happen and I i. You know looking at it twenty years down the road I thought My audition was pretty good I did it with Kurt Russell we did the onscreen stuff. And I thought we both did pretty well, you know you guys would have made a good skywalker and solo you I think my hair was too long but listen. Trying for all, he's done pretty damn good. He's done okay yourself. I've had that. All right. I'm dead. Alright. It. was I mean 'cause that always You know I think Burt Reynolds auditioned for Hans Solo Christopher Walken. Perry Cain I think might have petitioned with you for king from red. Tide riptide yeah I remember he was one of one of the Kennel boys week there's a whole try factors and behind the scenes people, editors, producers. Line producers. Production managers that came out of that Cannell camps because he did so many series and he was so loyal and such a good guy and there's Probably hundreds and hundreds if not thousands of people that came out of that Steve Cannell Cam. Go? Ahead Earl. Well you find because you are a very good looking man but do you find your looks hamper you and people might face back here nine? Right, now you look amazing. I. Got Your hair you know. Lucky lime still lucky with that. Yeah. This rakhat one life's Oh. Yeah you really won the lottery. But. You know in the late seventies early eighties like you're such a model looking guy that you look hamper you when you are additioning for roles. You Know I. I I'm not quite sure I had pretty good career in the theater. truth be told I had a great. I was having a great career in the theatre. I always, I was always doing theater when I wasn't doing television or film. and. I think the moment that I'd timid really was what I did greatest American hero I was unable to get I'm not familiar I'm not familiar with the exception of Pippin I which I got as a result of that because I add auditioned for Mr Thought for Bob Fosse Stu Hospital the producer many times when I finally came in to audition for them the last time I I walked to the beyond Foss was sentenced as Mr Fosse I've auditioned for you so many times do I really have to do this any set now you got the role so that was fun but but without exception was it kind of turned my career and I think I was unable to get the roles that I wanted to get there after for ten at least ten years after because a plane that Superhero it's so ironic that today everybody wants those big tentpole franchises. You know all the actors want that big franchise you know. Well, let me ask you about that because i John Schneider and Tom WHOA PAT on and I've had a lot of iconic guys and you guys were on TV when TV was TV like you had how many sixty million like ridiculous. There's a couple of channels I mean you were like the face I mean, what was it like during that time in Hollywood just living your life in doing that role Was it like. I don't know. I mean, would you get recognized nonstop I? mean. Yeah, I'd get on a plane and the pilots would come out and say, hello stewardesses go mcdonagh you're flying with us now we feel safe. And You know there were just having a a lot of fun with it but I was I was a youngster and I I don't think I handled famous as well as I might have you know I was I think at times I was pretty much a dick to some people. And I really regretted that I should've had somebody. Slapped me in the face to say hey. You know you were blessed to be grateful a say thank you and let's get on with things and but I didn't have that for some reason in it I regret some of my. Stupidity at the time. Learn my lesson I went on and I'm I'm grateful now that I had that show we'll miss. Can you know if you're familiar with Earl Skakel but he's the roast battle champion on comedy Central and earl had the same mistakes like he didn't handle that fame very well. You're getting recognized and kind of went to your head or all right. I wish Guest Kat is not familiar with me, but it's all good. Can you talk about a auditioning for great American hero because like you said, you're coming from primarily a theater background. A quote unquote serious actor and you get this audition for a I. Guess a pretty wacky Sitcom was at rb to go from serious. While I I I did it was my. It was my ego at the time. You know I, was. Young and full of my self I might might might my ego wouldn't fit in his room at the time John that that's how bad it was and I mean, how could you at the time with so many millions of people watching you I mean that's Kind of goes with the territory so it'd be hard thing to deal with. Yeah I guess so. I guess so. But let me get back into that. The question was what what about the audition truth be told I did not auditioned for that role. I mean deep came to me my agent Michael Black at the time it ICM sent me the script. I. Thought. It was very funny. But I said I wasn't interested in doing television at the time I was on stage off Broadway would with the wonderful Diana. who was starring in this wonderful play Michelle, tromble as level. And we were at the Phoenix repertory. Off Broadway and I was happy to be in New York and I was working as a working actor. I got this. And I think the only reason that I really thought about it because I had a son that was about eight months old and I was making what? Four hundred dollars a week in New York. Belly able to make a living And they told me my agent said Villa's get. Iran, maybe it'll do a pilot and the order three or four shows, Daniel? You'll be done and you can go back to New York. And you can stay on the stage and work there, and of course, that's not what happened. And Ben and Steve Kennel flew out any met with me after an afternoon performance one day and I took me out to dinner at the Russian Tea Room. And he was such a lovely man. So Gracious. So kind. So self facing and he he made me feel so comfortable that I said Okay I'm GonNa do it. So the day I finished on a Sunday afternoon matinee I flew to New York from the next day I had my hair dyed back my natural color blonde because it was brown at the time I was playing a French-canadian. Play had died back. Blonde. And I went into the met everybody there Alex speaking in the rest of the producer and the staff new were all just just so lovely treated me like A. Like a like a real celebrity like God and I I just I was I felt so at home. If you met if you had the great pleasure of meeting Stephen Cannell. He was one of the greatest guys that ever walked the planet than my father. He left the highest watermark on my life of anybody I. Just loved the now before we started the podcast, we found out you and Irwin to the same high school. Now, let's talk about this. Okay. Crazy sisters and brothers, right mean six degrees of separation at Notre Dame High Corner Riverside, and Woodman oh I got. Crazy school crazy school. You get beat with a stick by the sisters. y'All got the brothers were a little rough on me. But you know. It just looking at you. I can see why they were ruffling. While I was a wildcard. Early eighties. Academy tell you this earls background. He doesn't talk about it, but he's related to the Kennedys. No. Way. Yes. My aunt is Ethel. Kennedy. As you can see, it's really my comedy career. That's funny. She's she's still alive which is crazy. So that is crazy. So what have you? What's he think about? The current are are the state of the country right now she's to be. She's pretty depressed she. You know I'm not very political myself. Let's just say she's not a big fan but you know. Shoot I don't know. We're GONNA see what happens pretty soon. Yeah. So you guys are both in La Right now and I moved out of there like how you guys holding up out there like what's the situation like? One hundred and twenty degrees in the valley here about three weeks ago. Tell me. You know when I was a kid if it got to be one, hundred five in our that was a big deal. was like really rare but this last summer three weeks ago for like several days, it was like hundred nineteen in one, hundred, twenty, one, it was like, are you folks using it? At least where are you fucking kidding me. I couldn't. I. Couldn't leave my house in all our shrubs in the trees they're all just. They've all just on. A they've had it. Wow. We're not cactus dude. We're not CACTUS earlier Hollywood what's it like in West Hollywood? It's very hot I mean I know you're in the Valley, William? So it's it's probably fifteen degrees hotter for you but. And unfortunately to save the sandy's anymore the ocean in Santa Monica's pretty dirty. So you can't even go in there for waste. Hepatitis I know I know. Do you ever go surf anymore. No I, don't well, the water is so dirty but sh No I don't I am board still hanging up in the garage and I had my boards big Wednesday and a couple other sticks you know but I don't I just I haven't had time you know and I don't live right on the ocean I'm still in Woodland Hills. So I'm about twenty minutes from the Beach Twenty five minutes. Hills I I used to go to that equinox over there and Woodland Hills. creamier. Like everything else. It's so weird exam in Florida right now where they pretty much ignoring everything it's like okay business as usual. So it's so it's very strange like how separated everyone is I know people are like, all right like get back to the greatest American hero. But listen I'm having a podcast conversation with one of our heroes relax. Back to the greatest. American because one of my first rushes was tonic SALGA. Man Oh. My God, I'm telling you up when that GAL would walk into a room heads would turn jet black hair striking green is a goddess, his face and. One of the nicest women and the funniest people you'll ever met in your life. I mean she was iconic beautiful the that time in the seventies early as a sly can tell you, she's still beautiful. We we don't speak all the time but about two or three times a year we touched in exchange pictures and stuff our kids grandkids. She still just absolutely gorgeous married to John by the way I was at their wedding that. Many many years now, thirty years maybe more thirty years they've been married. I didn't know that. Once gave John Tesha remember ship at the sports connection I was so star, Struck. He's a really nice guy to awesome. Awesome Guy Keyboard player. Wonderful man and just a a a beautiful partner for fine to go through lifeless. do you ever see Michael Paret walking around the ballot is saw it's been two years since I've seen Michael. I think since two, thousand, eight. So it's been that long spent over ten years since I've. Seen. Michael. I'm still great friends with Dennis. Matt. Along our stunk coordinator on greatest American hero we are still very tight, very close on and several other people. I've I stay with. British. American hero but you know it's a long time ago when. Only, you know they're you know we're we're losing some of their. Let me ask you this. Why hasn't Hollywood? They remake everything now why is that not been remade with Will Ferrell at this point like why has that not been touched that show years ago it was that it was going to be done with own Wilson, which I thought would have been a great a great man I could see that and then. It then it was shut down the buffs. Live always been a huge fan of shots. I think he's a wonderful actor who could play both comedy and in Andrology, can ride that fence. So good. And then it went away for a long time there were scripts. Callahan script There was another couple scripts. It was a Disney for a while than winded turnaround. It was bought by Twentieth Century Funny Enough Disney now owns all the library twenty. Fox. But it was made two years ago. They made it with a gal in the League a very funny Gal quite attractive of a belief. She was an Indian young Indian east Indian gap and my friend George went I'm friends with George went and he was one of the nor is on that show and he said bill it was it was a very good show very funny but they made it a half hour show instead of an hour. You know. For some reason. It didn't work. They asked me to be to do a voiceover and I, graciously declined I just said I, I'm sorry I i. just have too much integrity and dignity toward the original show. I. I. CAn't just do a over. What happens when that I Didn't take it up. What happens when that iconic theme song comes on at the grocery store? Like what do you? What do you do? Just you know Oh my God you're attached to that song forever. Start seeing it. Do all that stuff he full guitar in the back and start job in our. Think the song was almost too big and hurt the show because. I always wondered was did the show that helped the song or was it the whole song that helped the show? I don't know because the song was giants still it's still in rotation on radio stations. And back to TV in general those theme songs back then or so iconic like I can't even name like a theme song now but I can sing dukes of Hazzard or. OR DIFFERENT STROKES I. John and Tom on this show for God's sakes. Or even just like family ties like I know all those theme songs there. So iconic but now it's just I. Don't know I think it meant something back. Then I don't want to sound like back in my day but back in my day things were cooler. I think you're right because. If you think back in Greece American heroes honor in. Miami vice low later like there's only three networks and there is no CNN or Nola team he and stuff like that. Hulu. I. Think it was pretty cool back then but it was a you know you had the camels in the Dick Wilson, Aaron Spelling's and it was all those kind of shows and nowadays everything is taken. You know everything is taking a darker. You gotta be dark to be cool right? You gotta be Park and. And that's okay. I like that you know but. It was a different time. I must admit I'm a fan of television right now I. Think television is where you want to be if you're a writer producer. Director or an actor who doesn't WanNa get on a show that's running for seventy ten years you know. Just on the walking dead you have like you'll never get fired unless you get killed. Off because he can't. That's true. Now, we talked before the show here and he says, what are some auditions? You didn't get that nobody might now of stuff that you tried out for that became iconic. The Star Wars obviously. Star Wars in Oh. Gee whiz that that's the biggest and You ever try out for like a show, Miami bias or something of that nature I've done by tried to get some of those shows what are. Didn't work I. I did audition for walking dead and I didn't get that. That was years ago when it was like in its second season. That's the biggest show I think that I've done that I that I didn't get. Glad. Now. Well, when greatest American hero you know kind of ran its course. Got Cancelled where you know some actors don't like being locked into TV show is crazy as it sounds for seven eight seasons where you happy. Sad a little bit of both. I. Think it was a little bit about. and honestly, there was no such thing as COMECON. Yeah you're right. You're right. There wasn't there wasn't anything like that. So. I was kind of locked into worrying this red suit and I think I was. A little bit disappointed that I. I couldn't get the kind of dramatic roles that I would have liked to have done. Up particularly on stage you know and. It's. It if I was a little bit resentful because of that so I was happy that the show is ending. Years later I was. You know. I I really miss the fact that I miss the fact that I didn't understand. How happy the show made a lot of kids and a lot of people that years later they've people would come up and say, Hey, you know I didn't get along with my parents at all but every Wednesday night I can sit down and with my parents my dad and I would laugh out. Loud. At the same show and a navy feels so good and I didn't realize that the time. So shame on me for that shame on me. But at the time when the show ended I'll I was happy I knew I was already going to I I was I started a national tour right after that with. The late Great George Rose Suv Iras ends and I did a national tour right after that a Raymond Burke called me and he said Hayward were rebooting the series in your mom's GonNa be playing doubts and we'd love you to come play. And so I went and I did that. Coincidentally enough just it wasn't but six months later. I got a call from the head of trying to think through the gentleman's name Tenenbaum No. Trying to remember his name anyway one of the Heads Network all behave built. We're GONNA put you back on the show we're to double your salary guarantee you two years on the air. and. Unfortunately I couldn't do it because I was already locked into doing the series of these episodes but that would have been fun to do. That would have been fun to because the show was doing so well in syndication and reruns that they wanted to read to show I. Wish I had done that you know yeah I would have been able to do that. Now you said your father was on gunsmoke no, no, no, no no he he played Kit Carson Oh. Okay. I'm diamond it was in the late fifties you know it was the same day nop long. Cast a all those kinds of fifty westerns you know yeah. Yeah. He was cool man I grew up. My first memory is sitting under a horse watching him shoot something you know being on the set there was great. You know we had horses yet. He kept his we had a he had a gold stallion that he kept in our backyard wrote in Sherman, oaks when it was still all kind of of dairy farms and orange? Orange. Orchards. You're too young obviously. But when I grew up in the early fifties, that's what it was. I mean big open spaces. We had a big place out there at the top. That's what I remember. Did. You were you able to get get on those like Western shows like bonanza on one of the first things I did with? Clint. Eastwood on a High My dad was doing an episode of Rawhide and I got to be. A little twelve year old kid on that on that show and I had seen with plan. That's amazing. That's you know cool. I felt lucky. Yeah. No, we just had craig kilborn used to the late late show on the by Gasden. He had Clint Eastwood on and he says I've never been starstruck until I met Clint Eastwood Yeah. Yeah. Pretty my mom had dinner with Glenis would when she was pregnant with May and she told him at the end of the dinner you'll never make it. You're too nice so. My. Mom would have been a horrible agent. Speaking of Westerns let's get the butch and Sundance the early days. So k. how how did that role come about in Tom Barringer great actor. Was Out a fun movie to work on. That was real fun to work off. Yeah. Yeah. That come, you know I think both Tom, and I turn that down several times because we didn't want people to think that we were undermining. Degrade Paul, Newman Robert, Redford journey, and at the time. I'm not sure but I think we were the first prequel ever made. It was a prequel where you house Eric. And you may you offer sudden you did a appre store. I might be corrected maybe one of the fans out there listening have a better. Recollection that but I think we were one of the first three goals. And Tom and I both turned it down originally, and then they they came back made offers that we couldn't refuse and I just had a wonderful time I mean I always said most actors would say that if we do nothing but westerns for the rest of our career, we would do that because it's so cool. You get to work outside your with the horses. The ramblers are always so cool. Everybody is typically in a great. and. Yet was great. The first night we were in telluride. Tommy. Date they rented us a beautiful chalet and we spent a him and I spent two weeks together in that Shell a in the first night we got frigging. So loaded onto Quila in the sauna. We've again good friends after that. He is that he is truly a great guy was so happy to work with them and you know I work with him again John Milius did. A two part mini series called a Teddy Roosevelt's rough riders. And I got to work with Tom Again for four months, which was in Texas, which was another just a great who in Sam Elliott and Gary Busey Lot of guys that I knew John milius directing it was a it was a real boys club. You know that's You also got to work in this with a pre robocop Peter Weller. Peter Weller. All my gods. If you go back and you look at some of the cast and butch and Sundance, all those people went on to have some John John Shop was on that. Side A he we had a great cast in that film, and this is all before those guys became big stars you know Brian Dennehy. Brian. Ryan. Work with Dama Brian I can't remember what I work with them what a great gun. ICONIC, that gunfight in that town, what they did is they boarded up a dam that was nearby they built the town. And then just before we shot the big gunfight scene, they flooded the town with a foot and a half two foot of water. So the whole town was flooded and we did the gunfight in the water it was it was pretty fricken. Amazing. That's awesome. Was Y'all was great. Man was great plant cowboy. Now, let me ask you this because I see a guitar behind you. I'm assuming you play the guitar I go around with it very well let's get a little topical. We lost the Great Eddie Van Halen rose the the quintessential eighties rock guy. Who could who for hookah forget eruption s solo on that? All right songs you came up with he was the one that brought synthesizers to that band you know. just he's. That really rocked me when I read at the other day just rock me. Yeah and they're Pasadena boys from what I understand is that right? Oh. They. Played Backyard Barbecues in Pasadena. I. Guess Eddie was so scared that other guitar players would steal his moves in terms of the tapping. He did that he would play his back turned to the crowd and people thought he was an Asshole, but he just didn't want anyone stealing his mood. You know what? I felt like idiot because on on on Michael Jackson, Song beat it I thought that was. I thought that was Steve Lucas they're playing the guitar lead but I didn't realize it was him. You Know I. think that was the only gay Steve Luther lost out on. Mazen how? Is. Laid on. Thousands about litter. A Ham and who were the WHO were the best. Guy. Eddie van Halen's look at their Tim Pierce's played on. So many frigging wonderful albums all those guys. Oh my God. What a shame what a shame yes. Growing time period that you grew up I mean we're they're like iconic bands that you got to see, and maybe some of those bands knew who you were like. was there a? You know. you know at the time I was hanging out at sound city. Yeah I don't know if your member sound city but Joe. Godfrey. Who who ran that studio I watched the Dave. GROHL. Documentary on sound city. Take Dave took that Nieves council that was in studio AIDS in he took it and put it in his house or in his home. Studio. It just. I was at that place I was there all the time I was buddies with frigging everybody over there. Impala Salvatori was over there for a while she's been running capitol records forever and. Rick Springfield was over there Rick Rick and our managed by the same guys over there a jo-john Fredin, and later a Dana Miller. Ra- handled. Ruben reaction. Oh Yeah. You in Springfield will probably like huge at the right exact same time, right? Yeah but he's still he's still up there refills. Yeah. He's amazing yeah. You still rocking out I saw show in Florida just a year or so year and a half ago and he was he was really great. Well. Let's give a quick shout to Neil Giraldo who only? Guitar Sewn. Jesse's girl from Pat Ben Stars. Bands thank you. We're going to be wrapping this thing up real quick earl listen. Let's get the big Wednesday stuff out of the way got got one more or less because this might be our last time with William. Get. That kind of leads into my question when I watched that movie I kinda get sad at now you know on twenty twenty because you look at, you know obviously Sam Melville lost early in Jan Michael Vincent's and a shopping cart. And get sad for you when you look back Brian Denny's. Some of the people you've worked with the are no longer with us in like around that age or. You're that age for you think about your mortality a lot you know and. I remember just a few years ago when I just before I lost my mom and I'd say, mom half my friends are gone and she said Billy. All of my friends are. You know that that's the reality along life. You know it's a it's a blessing, but it's as Garth Brooks said, every blessing is occurs every versus blessed you know and that's that's what that is but I'm happy be here still have kids I still get the work occasionally I have friends you know I don't have an agent anymore folks are I Don't I I won't audition anymore and I'm blessed I don't have to work but I do work when friends call me that are your age that are still in the business and this, and they called me up and I'm happy to go work and play on the set, and that's what it is for me these days it's playing a lot of fun. You know you still have that I did a small role in Orion of Phillipi zone the second I have a film coming out a lifetime called Hark for the holidays I just did a film with Bruce Dern overrun in. That's that's that's right. So You know I still I still mess around. The Look. Behind your back, who is that I? Don't know. Guess is your. Wife saying hey. Guys okay. She just gave me the sign. All right. We're GONNA close this thing up. House. Just thank you for doing this I'm sure this wasn't on your bucket list to talk to two unknown comics. And I had a ball you guys are the best. Thank you so much. Mr. Cat at the comedy store every running again, you gotta go see earl perform fantastic I will I'll go and do that I'll heckling Please do do it Wednesday jove's. On, maybe I'll sing a few bars, believe it or not and. Glass got do whatever you can do embarrassed me. Thank you. Well, you can embarrass me by just yelling something We'll talk about. It. I'll be obnoxious as I can. And it was the honor with online. Thank you so much doing. Thanks guys. They're a good man. Thank you so much. Everybody William Cat follow his facebook page obviously earl he's on social media inappropriate earl you guys were greatly a five star review on I tunes I. Hope You enjoyed it. The Great Brody Stephen Enjoy it eight, one, eight till I die goodnight everybody. China China's. Your. Man. Bobby. WH-. 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Dealbreakers!

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

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Dealbreakers!

"This episode of unqualified is sponsored in part by ADT on a real protection. AT they've been around for a long time been using ET for for at least a decade. And you know, I, and I've they've never failed me a loss changed in the decades since you've had eighty I mean now, they do a lot of smart security systems where you can actually install and configure it yourself or you can call them, and they'll do it for you. But you can actually have a smart home, which means that you can have video doorbells Valence cameras smart locks lights. That's pretty cool. Yes. It is super cool on tell us where to go AT. Hey, dear listeners, visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install secure smart home. Just for you on a what's a squarespace? Yeah. What it's a space were on the web the internet where you can build your own dream your inspire me right now. Spiring person. Nowadays, just about everything is online, which means that. 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You're dating previous boyfriend was twenty years older than her. Okay. Okay. Fair enough. Before I date. You are waiting outside the restaurant, and you see her pull up she gets out and takes change out of fountain to feed her meter. I don't care. You really care. No, ask her bad. But. You can't really just ask these questions. You know what I mean? Like like the previous question, I said, I don't care. And then you you were second question. I was just thinking about the first question while you're asking about the second, go passion, number one. I here's the it. Like it depends. The old dude. Right. Right. Right. So ask her the questions. She'll give you the answers ask or any concerns? Okay. Cool because I'm like, yeah. If the dude is cool. You know what? I mean, if it's like like Tim Robbins now, he's like single that dude's bad ass. He's an awesome writer, his great are not him, Robin. It's not Tim Robbins. And it some dude you can ask them would really like to talk about it. But you can ask me. Want to? I mean, he. Yeah. He's twenty years. He was twenty. He's twenty years older than me. Okay. Here's the thing though is famous. I don't really like to talk about it. Okay. Cool. But got if you wanna know, I'll tell you Gary UC fuck. No. It's not a lie. Why would you say that? No. It's not lie. We dated for like, I mean, it was really intense. But it was like nineteen months. Anyway, it was really intense like we had some FOX up nights. But for like fucked up or like fuck, you know minute. He's like proposing to next me must chop off my ring finger and like, but but it was all like Malibu shit. Anyway. Shit. Like, no, like, nobody's really going to be able to relate to Malibu shit champagne problems stamping gonna fight. It was the longtime ago. Yeah. That's still Dino. What by the way is this deal? Like, no. But here's Gary Busey. No forget about it. Okay. For some reason. If the dude is cool, you know what I mean? And like like, actually, you know what? I take that back. I'm like it wouldn't matter. You know, what I mean because I'm like with my girl like. She hooked up with some dudes that I knew and I screw it. I got are. Now, that's the thing. I do actually eleven. Yeah. Okay. All right. So if you like the story to another time to one. Yeah. So you like dated this girl on prefre awhile. I think in two thousands, and she was like kinda naughty. And she would do that. Like, I'm gonna do this. And it was like little in you loved it. And you know, what I mean? What I mean little nutcracker? So it's not bad breaker. Yeah. Do you wanna ask her? Why she did do you? Do you ask her about it? She just she would give me that smile and date. Oh, yeah. What'd you do? It. Oh, my grandma always told me that the more coins you pick up for other people. I mean, the coins that you pick up the more other people's wishes you can get pretty much. She's a dumb ass. That's going to be Rayleigh short by grandma always said that she said. Was like if you the more coins, you pick up the more wishes, you can get because some of these wishes, obviously don't come true for sure. So that way, I can get them. Oh, you know. 'cause seriously like one time I through like a sweepstakes. I won a trip to Kabo. And I knew that was somebody's coin no way. I knew it. I knew somebody was like, oh, I wanna go to Kabul, and they put the coin I picked it up. And then I got shipped to Kabo. You still have the trip? I went all ready. Yeah. There were a couple of like expenses that they didn't tell me about. But it was really. See like the chick was like that. It's one of two things and totally being honest. Yeah. If I'm turned on like, I don't care what she does. Okay. You know what? I mean, if it's the first date, I'm like, and you're describing that chick. I'm like when a score. Especially I've gone through route easy lay. I'm asking you guys. I can sometimes it depends. But like if the way you did it was kind of like kind of sexual chick. Okay, exploring stuff, then you're like. Okay. Cool. And she's like all about it. And I'm like what I'm gonna pick two. And I'm gonna pick up somebody's asking if she had already gone to vote inter. I love it. I didn't know you play. Let's see how this plays out. She didn't go to Kabul yet and daddy's gonna cop. Oh my God. You bet this. No, I thought she was kind of the worst. But I love it you going to deliver. I mean, but I've been with Brie for like twelve years. So like. Well, that's not what I mean. Like, you're asking a young, Mike. You know what I mean? Okay. You take your to a movie and she answers her phone during the movie. Just just like Ouch dumping. Don't do that can't do that. And but if she was like, I it's just my friend really quickly high. No, I'm just gonna ways nobody can hear me. No, it's it is. No, no. Because I think no just take overtake her. I know about my talk. Talk to me. Get some popcorn here. Oh my God. Yeah. I would I would like, but you know, what my best friend his name is Stony, by the way from Chicago. Like, you can imagine that we were like the two nerds. But like, you can only be so nerdy. Ring your name is Stony where we grew up. And he's that guy. He's that guy that last time I went to the movies with the guy you just call them out, by the way was twenty years ago because fucked that's stone. No, seriously, Stony half, my best friend, but he's one of these. His name's been with his wife. He's literally been with his wife and his daughter who had he had when he was twenty and is wiping his daughter. And then we're watching like like some Academy Award winning movie or something like that some drama, and he's like stone, and my stoney Stony answers is still. As your best friend. And he goes like any talks like this is like, wow, dude. I'm just doing what I'm doing. And he's a teacher and in Miami. What does he take he teaches math? I want him on the podcast. He's he's like he's like oddly re talking really really slowly. But is really really smart, dude. Like his daughter is going to MIT. That's how like he's just a swollen sounds like a real character real character. And then the dude behind them is like a bra you want to shoot the Fuk. And I'm like, wow, he's gonna fight with somebody because he's on the phone with somebody. And he literally said I mean, I wouldn't do that. You know, you don't know who you're getting at number one who's behind you. It could be somebody much much bigger. And especially with like that. I was like, you know, what I decided I'm not gonna I'm not gonna stick up for them. And I'm like, he's if he's gonna get his ass beat. He's gonna get his ass. Be with my best friend does that. And that's why I would never twenty years. Yeah. I would never go to the movies Stony either besides premiers. Oh, does he go to the premier? But he hasn't answered every people take his phone. Good. Good. Okay. He'll like he'll have it on the brightest setting to for text messages. And you know, those big letters. He's you know, you can't see that like since he was fifteen can't see that. Well. Even on imaginary phones, couldn't take. Okay. You meet a gal for brunch at the local crepe are-. This is not an LA. No. Where should we have? There's crepes they've on using don't they let's say it's Montreal hell or Arkansas or Arkansas. Okay. Okay. She pulls chopsticks out of her purse and says I'm on the chopstick diet. It helps me lose weight issue getting being serious serious. I mean, you're asking these questions where you're like all these girls that Kiedis busies. I just like really cute. He's demi. Yep. Cuties and dummies. That's the that's the that's why makes it interesting. Right. She uses a chopsticks for every meal, and she thinks she's going to lose weight because she's just using. Makes less. Yeah. It makes it makes me less. I mean, that's probably the last date. I gotta be honest. It's breaker. Yeah. Would you ask her about it? All of course. Okay. And I'm like, so why would you use chopsticks? Oh, it's the chopsticks the whole philosophy behind the chopstick diet is because because as a westerner even though I believe in a lot of eastern religion. I just don't have it will inevitably take me longer to actually pinch food with chopsticks and bring them to my mouth. So therefore I eat slower if she talks like that. That's all good seriously for me. Thumbs up. You're into. Yeah. Why wait a minute because she's like at least she's got like, I have friends, you know, that a lot of friends that are not in the business and some of them are like painters and poets, and they you know, they love this idea. And then they go go with Chris Cantu. It's who's at standing rock forever. He's one of those guys that gets into this new philosophy and like his uses these five dollar words because that's the only way that he knows how to express himself. And and, but he's really smart and the way that you just described as person I was like she would be interesting. All right. I like it, you know, she would be interesting, but the but the one before that I am I thanking at like. You got you got to steer clear like immediately. Like that gives me like, okay, she's smart at least. So this is kind of cool, you know, offspring maybe girl. But you know, that's really weird. But the way that you were saying it was almost convincing a good. Maybe. Yeah. Because I'm like, maybe if there is time that you're eating the chopsticks. Right. It gives your head. You're like, you know, what you're full did where if you're just scarfing down becomes thing. You guys would if for one of our dealbreakers becomes an actual diet. Yeah. Chop chop. Sick diet. We can we write a book and like doing martial Alda. We already got it right now. Nobody's trademarking required right now or you guys can join us all make a huge profit together. Yeah. Exactly. But then there's this is a this is our big break. But then you have to have these these amazing chopsticks. Oh, yeah. No gift for chopsticks. Whatever you say, we're gonna have all kinds of unqualified have a huge line of chopsticks. Yeah. Yeah. They're all going to be different colors and sizes can sizes. And then there's some for like, there's might be some diamond chopsticks. All the ballers. Yeah. Just don't be like chopsticks that have like certain if you depending on if you really like want to like lose three pounds really quickly because you've a big event or something really warm. White. It's like it's like you're Edward Scissorhands trying to eat. Yeah. That's great. Actually that would work. Yeah. It would take our. Yes. Burger forget about getting there. Okay. She doesn't have a Bank account. Is there a reason for that? Like, why would you not have a Bank account you'll ask her? Yeah. She's right there may yet. Why wouldn't you have a Bank account? Just will. I'm not really voice again. This thing. I'm not really all that good with money. So where do you keep it? I will I keep it in may secret hiding places among going to tell you the first date. Crazy crazy. I know I know. No, I just don't have a Bank account. Do you do your parents have? I don't know they died. Oh, so that means that they they might left. He some now they didn't what do you do for a living, by the way. Oh, well, I'm working on a few different things right now. Have you heard of that? That dry bar plays that blows your hair. Have you heard of that place? Yeah. Anyway, we're opening up a competitor called blow bar Bogor like a bunch of friends, and there's some investors and stuff. So I'm like like on the ground like investing in. I am also Taga for men, and I think you're a DJ too. Yeah. Like. Juicy press play on something right? There's gotta be more involved, by the way, this is. I mean, we live in a crazy time that like these guys are getting paid a million dollars to press play a million dollar show. A yes. So she's dude. Some of these jobs are making like fifty million a year in reality. Like you press play. Have you have you ever been to an idiom show? I did in Puerto Rico when I was doing eastbound and down. And I forgot who I went with. But I was it. What was it like it was like two mouse, some mouse a danger not danger mouse? Yeah. Danger mouse with the big ears isn't danger Mazda dude from. The musician. That's what it was the guy with the big ears. The Mickey Mouse ears. Yeah. That's not danger mouse. No, that's not danger mouse. It's there's modest mouse danger mouse, it's he is what's his name o'casey? Will you please look that mouse five miles. Actions. One of the biggest he's one of the biggest house around danger danger. Mouse is oh my gosh. You guys the guys L mortifying? I'm crazy. Those angels. I thought that was dangerous, but we're thinking the same guy. Right. The guy that wears the big. Yeah. So here's the thing. He would like he I don't I bet you it was really warm because it was warm and Puerto Rico. I was just drinking beers or whatever. And but everybody seemed like they were on some something, Sarah. What is it dead mouse dead? Mouse mouse. Mouse his his yes. Five. Got my joke backfired. So so that guy like I was like I was not on the level of all these other people were and so I was just looking at like what he's doing? And a lot of times he wasn't doing anything. He's just like massage. And like the the board the soundboard we know what I mean, and it was pumping pumping his hand. There's no records, and then he would. Yeah. And then he'd get away. Like like, you know, the table was annoying him for a second. And then he'd get out and then come back, and then the size it again. You know what I mean? But he knew he knew the music at least. But I don't I don't think he pressed a lot of buttons. So do you think the draw was just the fact that dead mouse is there? So people just thrilled to see him with his Big Hat with the ears. And yeah to see him and that just for the party. Yeah. I mean, but if they but they're not really doing. Here's I feel like we're gonna get a lot of listeners. Emailing us thing right now is like no deejays, art, EDM, art form. Yeah. I'd love. I'd love me too. Because I would be really cool. Because also like here's the thing that you think if what if the guy's actually like they made their own music, and that's why they follow them. Then that would be eight. Do that what they do? That's their music press. But they're not performing it the way you see a band performing instruments unless they are unless they're pushing technique to pushing buttons. I don't know. Sensitivity. Fuck dude donors. I know. Twelve minutes. We're fucking at a really old. We're totally not do. But what's even worse? What's more fucked up? And how old I am literally. When you asked that dumb question. I was like, yeah. I don't know. I was really trying to figure it out there. Art, the pushing there might meets they're making. As they're making eighty that'd be like some insane. Like is there an art to these people just saying some words behind a camera? We're Astles I mean, some people just memorize their lines Mon just have fun with it. You know what? I mean, they just they just have fun with it. Yeah. But you're not making fifty million dollars a year. If you're just having fun with it. How do we know? You know what? I mean, there's some there's some people. I'm sure maybe just memorize their lines in the morning and just be like, hey, we go doing here. I say this a lot. But I heard an older actor one time say. Well, at someone was like how hey dawn how was your day? And he said well did almost faces. And I thought that's such a brilliant way. Just in the most beautifully simplistic way to be like it. I did all my I find it reassuring. I say to myself all the time. Well, did vices like it emotionally separates me from it. So you do this every guest dealbreaker? Yeah. Oh, you're great. You're and it's supposed to be like you can pull threads. Okay. Okay. It's your second date, and she bites you over date. She invites you over for a home cooked meal, but you that's early for for such date. But later, you noticed takeout containers in the trash can. By don't care. You don't know for sure because I'm like, I mean getting into the is next step. So what do you think about when you get to the house, dude, I angle on like full she wants she wants at the house like numbering over like a bottle of wine. Caller on the artist. And dude, by the way, I'm just trying to create in effect. You know what I mean? She's trying to like, and she's trying to be really sweet and cute like hell, no. I'm not gonna call. You don't think that? But you don't think that that might be something that's deeper seated at something that is it a lot is it. Here's a thing. If I was married to her for fifteen years, and she's like, I cooked it, babe. And then I found there in li-. I'm gonna have to call her out on it because I'm like babe found some cartons in the trash, and they smell just like our dinner. Pull them out. You know? It'll be a little bit different. But would you? Okay. Let's see. She's not a good cook. Maybe let's say you had like bushy lie. I totally lied. That's not. But it's it's home. But there's a little bit of true, Mike, Mike. Let's back this up its second date. You notice the containers? You don't give a fuck you guys. Go back into the bedroom. Awesome. Sex the whole weekend you end up seeing like the whole like things are getting crazy right now. Take a breather. Take a breather. Right. You enter back into your working world, you're with your buddies. And you you're like do girl. Do you include the detail of the home cooked meal and the cartons and does do you ever clock? It again you've ever seen. Would you even think of that? You know what I mean? And plus I'm not really the dude that the sharing of that should and most likely I've had those weekends before where you think you have superpowers you probably drunk the entire week. Yeah. We can you know what I mean to get time. And then. That falling in love because you're. It's like drunk Olen low yet you're drunk on like so many levels. It's like, yeah. I mean, you're like nose to nose. You can't smell her breath. And she can't. All the time. Just like. Do you feel that life? And then you kiss for a long crazy long and these even next weekend and you're like oh shit. It's really awkward and you've been texting all weekend. But you're like just kinda cool. I think she's kind of cool. And then you see her on Friday a little weird. Well, because then you start questioning the, you know, the box food, and like why did you say that ain't got did it again did it again, then half a bottle of wine later? You're like, you know, what fuck carton? So we know Tom that you're married. Yes. A live Uman was my wife. It's lovely lovely crew. She's beautiful is. Tell you otherwise. Okay. Listen here. Imagine that you're single. These are deal breakers. Right. Okay. You are at low to rea- at the farmer's market. For your third date the date, you ask her if she wants some more salsa and she says, yes, please. Daddy. No, I'm not into that. Like that at all. I mean, I don't like daddy talk. I don't like anything like that. I don't like any over at what is it agile? Like, I don't like especially to be like trying to go to bed. But I keep thinking you. I'd be like delete. Never call me. Like, I don't like any of that shit either. No, no, daddy talk. No fuck really hot. She's hot. And you haven't had seconds so hot. Okay. Well. She's so hot where we're still doing daddy though. Yeah. Just okay. We will take it for spend. I wanna try. She just says. Yes, please daddy. I think it'd be it'd be like. Here's the salsa. And then I'd kinda gauge like is this going to be regular talk. That's the thing is like the world. You know, there's one on give into world. Okay. At love some ourselves attack. Oh, yeah. Tiny bit more or go. Oh my God. Good. Good taco. God. I just love me. Chong good at. Yeah. This is cool. I like this place to like seems really offended. It feels like we're almost in Puerto Vallarta. Oh my gosh. We've been down there oblast Daniel book it. That's cool. No. I haven't really well. We should go sometime. Oh my God. I would love that. Yeah. I love that. We have to do it before the wall gets built. Daddy. Oh my God. You don't mind if I call you that to you how often? Oh, no. I mean, it's not like it's just like sort of, you know, seriously that movie terms of endearment, I kind of remember it? Anyway, I lost. My dad Eddie aids. Sorry to hear that. Yeah. He left, but you kinda remind me of him. But in like a kick your way into this now. A lot. I wanna do it that he just did you member get validated. Sweetie. But I'm gonna do it and change my name and your phone daddy. Only. Don't call me. He was a problem. Oh, bobby. I'm into it. I'm so. Really? On. I mean, it feels like a porno. But I like it. Okay. She likes to suck your unwashed toes. It's weird. I mean, it's weird to be because it's a guy. You know, you really like this girl the challenge you like her. She's a good girl. Dealbreaker thing happens. You know, she's really into it. Yeah. She really likes it. She was special person. But she really enjoys she grew up on a farm. She was home fucking washing. Always reminding me don't get in the shower. She's a clean them with my mouth. I mean, it's it's I guess. Yeah. I mean, I'm not it's it's not doing anything for me. You know, personally, would you feel a little self conscious? Maybe. But I also feel like maybe it's one of those things that you adapt to like can you enjoy yourself knowing that she's enjoying yourself? I think. Yeah. That's the part. I think I think I would be like, oh, she keeps like she fucking loves it. You know, what did you tell your friends probably not? Probably not it's differently. Like a women's feet are like considered. I dunno pretty like well discuss. But like think of like a guy I take care of myself, but I'm just like guys feed fee. Our shoes. See these. Tied up. Guys, we have hair on them. They're not pretty is that deal bigger for you. Wait, which part reciprocated you if he just wanted to comment. Depends on if there were like if the other things that he liked to suck on as well, then I would be okay with it. But just the toes that would be tough because I get nervous. When a lot of attention is like you'd want him to move from toes to someplace else as opposed. We were definitely suggesting the same on my scenario. I thought that was we're getting started. And then the mouth would move right? We're not just house just that. No. This was just like, you know, an appetizer. We're going to kind of move along if it's just no, dude. And then lobes toes loves yeah. No, you're skipping too many spots. No way. Okay. She is a pot belly pig. Name round e. And you wake up in the morning after you know, a night of hot luvin growth and a new C your date is milking around e and she wants to make you movie with from oh, give it for cab here with your sense right now. No. I mean, I'm all for the pig and appellate or milk. It's round -i. No fuck around. You never had pig milk. It's so good. No. I don't want to try it. Now. It's so good. So good for you. Listen. Chrissa? Yeah. Fucking. No god. Why are you? So close minded you. Well, you know, LA, you suck my toes, and you call me daddy, put a fucking stop it milk. I don't want fucking milk. I don't want cow milk. Goat milk. Pig milk. No. That's it. God. I know. I'm a psycho. Yeah. What are you like lactose Zachary exactly of diarrhea thinking about that milk? I hope you're fucking car gets to owed. That's rude. And why would it be towed? It's a form because. I grew up in a farm you parked outside on Franklin is in that tow is on because you wanna fuck me so badly. All right. Well, make me shake. When it comes to choosing a product that's better than the rest. Just one label matters. And it's Brandis brand list believes in making better products. More for forcible and excessive to everyone why sift through hundreds of brands at the big box stores only to pay a premium for disappointing quality brand lis- cuts out the middleman to deliver just what matters more options you care about like high quality with pronounce -able ingredients all at simple fair. 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It's like somebody's gonna feel left. All you know, you know, I don't know. It was always mystifying in college people that seemed like the time to do it. You know, if you were going to do it guess for me, just me personally. That's a heavy thing to wake up with. 'cause I would totally be the left out person. Do you think you would? I know. I would am lazy. And scared. I'm very here. Guys. I'm not willing to work that hard. I'm very scared. I'm scared him scared to like, I don't know. There's just too like. Maybe maybe we're up tight, maybe see me sort of trying to grab somebody's imagining breasts for your hand, it was as if the boo were alluding your hand. It was exactly there's one chasing it around one breath. That's really low don't know where to grab. Carey. Professions. Would you date this profession? A person in this profession, I suppose. Yes. An anal Bleacher. I don't think I would have a problem with it. If they were emotionally involved enough to talk about that their job is weird. And it's but it pays really well. And it offers me flexibility. So that I can do what I wanna do. Great. That sounds good. But if they were like lying about it for like, a few months, and then once they like told me about it. They were weird about it. Then I'll be like this is clearly some sort of like dark and deep fetish kind of thing or hidden. And that would be weird serially. Nice to you. Mark. She say her I'm totally into she's great. She's the best. I'm apparently go for the most part. You know, I'm already out has nothing to do with being a paralegal. It's all about amber. My god. So hard to say, I also do something else on the side a whitening women's asses. The the the I wax cheeks or the like the actual the the whole euro Bleacher many Bleacher urine. Yeah, if forty hour work week where the scales tip from anal bleaching to paralegal activity right now, I'm pretty much bleach. Forty okay. Your bleaching forty out of forty but you're also a paralegal the not so much legally any anymore. Second question. Do you know what a paralegal is? It's the person who helps out in a law office to middle told me a little bit more about that. Give you some more details on this. John's when your fucking boss doesn't know the fuck is going on you go to the low library microfiche ING that makes it have you seen the movie paralegal activity one two three four and five or movies. I really good or good. Okay. So this was great. And let's you know. You know, do men to do man. Minute man. Most of my clients are women, but I also do man because after a while after you get past a certain age like your ass was kinda stains, you know, just like across the board. So you'll get it. It. This was just this was just great. So no, go with amber. No. But, you know, not not close to all our legal slash analee. Shire's just amber in particular over mine. Feels like feels the threesome yes. Yes. I just don't feel like amber, and I are going to get anywhere. And I don't mean like anywhere emotional. I mean, like we're never gonna leave the restaurant by how slow she talks and how long for her to get things out just from fear timing. Like like what you mean? You did here. This is what I've done the clowns casino. Just don't claims casino. Clams casino, of course, because it's the longest thing it takes them to cook. And the longest thing to eat and you'll be talking in between fucking by. So. And then right at the end. Clams casino. Like, I don't want the clams cooks, but I want the topping cooks. The worst part of this date is when you're almost done with the clams casino, and you say, but I also do a third job. And then I have to wait a half hour for that one to come out. I asked it to third job. I should tell you because I'm kind of an entrepreneur Ono God way. Those footsteps running out the door. So that went pretty well. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. November hamburgers. I think she might be new. She knew she's new to the roster. She's owns a lot like Kayla though. But Kayla doesn't like clams she she likes or clams casino cooked. That's the big difference. Five minutes ago. You said you don't want to do an improv. Five minutes ago. And when you say, no, you get the big one, okay? Cat breeder hard. No. I'm extremely allergic to cats. So that's a boring. Lazy easy? I mean. Easy for you. But boring for us. Give me another one. Oh, okay. Foot fetish model? She models for people who have foot fetishes. Yes. I'm fine with that. Would it make you feel intimidated by your own feet? No because I wear a size eight shoe my feet are they're barely registering on the scale of the planet is nothing intimidating about my feet. You mean what would be threatened not threatened? But like would you think oh Weber like, oh, right? She she probably has to put her feet and special socks covered moisture something, I don't know. I'm not that way. She's got some awesome feat. Doing her thing. Like, katie's a moisturizer? Her skin is beautiful. I've never put lotion anywhere on my body ever. And I'm okay with that different strokes different, folks. All right. I said Lopes strike them. One time maybe business isn't isn't going great for her. And she asks you to put you know, she she needs. She needs like a boost. Yes, she needs. She needs a little boost, you know, where I'm gonna think I know where you're going. But I wanna hear you tease it out. She needs your penis to be in between her feet that I was thinking in between the big toe, and and the better like that are good. That's what I was are good. You're helping her creatively. That's so that's really generous view. That's a new shot. No one has seen that before that has the ability to go viral, which is important in the foot. Fetish community is not a lot of dollars in the foot fetish community utes really all about going viral. And then hopefully, you get like a sponsorship at some point. Yes. Sponsorship. Footlocker? 'cause they're they're really they're the ones. Footlocker still around are there still stores called footlocker man and go to the mall and look at them shoes. And drool over those mother fuckers and be like I want these shoes. Mom's like, Nope. Already have a nice pair of shoes. We're not what you can do that. Now, I do that now. But I don't give a shit about shoes anymore because I'm old it. This was the Beverly center year two thousand okay, scary movie had just come out and feeling the world recognizing you way. My profile has been my early twenties. If I was good at math. I could figure out. I don't know. Whatever twenty-three. Yeah. Yes. Yep. So mourned around Beverly center, I'm in the footlocker. And this guy comes up some music. Hey, are you are you who I think you are? And it was like, I don't know Betty Davis. As I don't know who do you? I did everything wrong. Who do you think? I am. Like come on. You are like, I don't know. He's like you UK on your, you know, who you are. We do this weird fucking dance forever forever. It's embarrassing. But I'm also still heady with the ego. Rush of I mean, this is like the third time. Maybe it's happened to me. And he said. Britney spears. No, I'm I'm the girl from scary movie. And he is man and then he walked away. And it was I was telling Michael that it was like both humiliating and flattering at the same time. Oh, I see that. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was probably perfect that it happened to you like for your ego at that moment like you needed that kind of cell. Oh, yes. Yes. That'll give a couple of toppings to a couple of moments. I was like oh fuck like this girl. I said. That's like my parents would be embarrassed at that age. It's it's a heady to suddenly feel elevated for no fuck for doing your fucking jaw. I can't imagine, you know, fortunate. I didn't have any sort of meteoric jumps, my my my rise was like just very very slow from like a short film to like a small feature to lick a medium size feature, and it was all very organic. But I do look at some people that had some quantum leaps. And particularly that have at that age. And how you handle that? I can't imagine that that must been so hard to know how to be there is just a couple of times. I I was just real dick. I didn't have anything to extreme all and I'm glad that I phones weren't around. Yeah. Early since. Okay. What about a truck driver into it? Love it used to be a touring musician. In my previous life. Love traveling around would love to be in a truck with a sexy woman who works gears, and we're just like listening to like podcast, listen, Anna, fairs across the country. You know, maybe throw him that little whorehouse outside a renewal. Komo on your three threes. Yup. Katie. It's right now. No, it's amber, but we're sleeping in the back of the truck sleep in the back of the truck sex. Yeah. There's like Cheeto crumbs all over the place. I'll bring my guitar there's enough room in the cab where do sing along while we're driving recently, bleached ass. Why she's coming with us, amber, amber is the driver or third job? Burs driver, which means an effort fucking. Oh, yeah. On the ten again. On the ten again heading to Santo. Remember an airplane? When the seat mate next to the person who keeps talking to him, and he just lights himself on fire certain point. That's I think what would happen with me. Absolve? Sofa? Moly aiding didn't even. No, I didn't foliage I self immolated. I let myself on fire. Why Kosygin do that shit again? It's gotta be fucking caused babe that 'cause you. Does you and me? Love me. Yeah. Ambers on the run, amber, Mark, I somehow feel like this is your movie right here. They're talking about earlier. There's no getting away from amber. There's no getting now. Snow to fuck knows. She does not let you go to the bathroom alone. She she's just like Lockton she lacked in she's getting you chicken fried steak right outside a Tolstoi. Now, I'm starting to warm tour. That's starting to sound pretty good. Listen. She's she's fun. We one of the great one of the great things you can do with a film is to offer an audience protagonists that they are convinced that they despise in the first that that and then bring them around let it so that they feel for them if we can deliver amber and make the audience feel the way I felt about amber for the last fifteen minutes before I just turned. Yeah. Who? Amber, does something incredibly noble incredibly noble. How much is this is how much will the cost you on a Farris rock who? What what do you need to DP? You need you need only skeleton crew here. Yes. But there's going to have to be the one ten minute uninterrupted take where we actually do bleach. Someone's asshole. A we need that that's expensive. That's expand. Unless your way into. Who's Randy Andy, I got my Randy? Or you have ranted he's read his in Miami. And the is is he to bleached up. Do we need a freighter listens to say Randy doesn't of the best hygiene? Regular basis. I now know that I definitely don't want. Randy not only in the movie, but I just don't want him near me. Uncle rancher that okay? That just makes it worse. That's but wait. You make movies about all kinds of crazy crazy shit, please. I'm not kidding about this hour and a half of just one camera just going back and forth in a truck, which we knew to could sell it Sundance for a million dollars. No could sell for half a million dollars, maybe on a Farris. Starring you guys. Starring a million. If I started on film that it would make money far you farting on film better than amber. And Randy truck, just different. You can get the. Is use them. I don't even six-figure parts use six figure farts you can't deliver. It is this your pillow or the all in here. I'm looking at a big pink heart-shaped pillow with a playboy bunny on it everybody. And I'm wondering if this is Anna fares as far pillow in my house does a fart pillow. Okay. In my bed as far pillow. It's the lore because when whenever either. Katie goes out of town for the three. No, no. It's. Oh, no is the lure amongst my children that there that there is a pillow that dad farts in every night, and you never show which when you're gonna get when they come and sleep in our bed, and occasionally you get unlucky and you put your head on the far pillow pink some. Well, the thing is sometimes I believe. Oh, my I need a kindred spirit. That's amazing. So does that make them not to crawl embed as much or? Giggling. I'm totally stealing. The greatest thing in the world that anything can become a game in a running gag in the lore with kids involves like air in your intestines that usually as a Whoopie cushion. But we as a family we watch. Bob's burgers. We love. Bob's burgers. Right. And we do Bob's burgers nights. Where we make one of the burgers that's on the board in the in the show, and like in general, am I am I kids it always ends up. Just being like, a plain hamburger Patty with ketchup like it's never anything special about it for them. But Bob's burgers nights. Because it has this lower to it is like buzz murders. Yeah. That's a great idea. We'll do. Bob's burgers nights altogether. One night. It'll be great just do wake up ants. Like a like crawling. Jack, they're going to. He's gonna remember that forever is the best. Yeah. Yeah. There are those moments. There are those moments. And then there are others seemed just had a baby you did two weeks. Holy you look. Yeah. Grit guys sim Islas, no bags under his eyes. Nightmares? Three nights a week. Okay. You're doing it right here. You're like a grown. We're so. Forty one. So, you know. Yeah. We were a little younger and didn't we weren't smart? I my first kid when I was thirty. And we were like fuck and teen pregnancy in the middle of an artist's community when you have a kid at thirty. You're like what are you doing? And we just didn't. We just got the.

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Andrew Heaton Interview: Will Be Your Amish Ambassador

The Babylon Bee

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Andrew Heaton Interview: Will Be Your Amish Ambassador

"Real people real interviews. I just have to say that. I object strenuously your use of the word valeria hard hitting questions. What you anything about. Feminism taking you to the cutting edge of truths yeah well. Last is one of the worst movies ever made and it was very clear that brian johnson doesn't like star wars. Kyle pulls no punches. I want to ask how how you're able to sleep at night. He's brings phone shattering common sense from the top row. If i may how dare you. This is the babylon be interview. Show comedy it's a funny thing. Hopefully if it goes well all goes according to plan and nobody knows that better than our guest andrew he well the author and local satirist. Yes so we had. We were excited. Have and because he was in town and he'd traveling in a a egg-shaped camper. Yeah just because he tours the world spreading his funniness. He's like the walter white of comedy like a meth lab. Losing comedy the purest. Some good some tight tight tight. Tight comedy bro. Yeah so he is here in person and and he was a lot of funny. He had a lot of crazy stories. Heating a beating rattlesnake heart. I like that part weiner dogs. He's political but we didn't talk politics a whole lot. We just talked about crazy stuff hunting lot. Oh so tired. It was monday. And i was just out of out of the question. Oh sorry kyle. I haven't let you speak and looking you'd be like look like i was looking at like promotional materials for the mandalorian gazing at me like that guy pedro pascal. His name is okay. Kyle's not with us okay. that's no longer with us. You know how comedians like they always tell stories on stage and you're like here right. That didn't happen. So i was going through oklahoma usa setup for the joke but i think he actually did this stuff. Yeah so i'll sound legit. So yeah. I enjoyed this. We had a really good time with andrew. And he's the kind of guy that we could do. Another one with the add. Some point because i think there's a to deal with politics that we didn't get into we talked means like we went. Well grat comes from robert heinlein stranger in a strange land theaters. It's a weird concept but you understand something. We talk with each other. Can you with somebody who thinks so anyway. So andrew heating and we were on his show. Once you can look that up kyle. we're on The political orphanage maybe know he has to shows. We weren't on the alien one. We must have been on news one. Who was like a political podcasts. I'm sure it wasn't the weird news. Guy oh you didn't wear new stories with them. Yeah so that wasn't that wasn't be a portion of the show. i think can news boeing. maybe anyway intuit's interviews. Oh you're getting introduced. Something like what he does. And what i already said. He's in a community of political satirist. We do these things to like. Give you details before the we want you to get an idea because we never do it. Well in the end we do it. Even worse in the he wrote the book laughter's better than communism beggary and it's all obese. He kind of he calls himself independent but he's always been a little more. He's libertarian but libertarian. Guys don't want to limit themselves but we get into that so so here. We go andrew areas now. Here comes shirts so my theory. 'cause they're always like hey if you don't sleep this many hours every night you knocked this many years off your life so i look at the math and started doing the math because like dead you like this and then also when you sleep and like this and so i did the math and it actually turns out that you do this less if you just stay up late. Okay gotcha if we're trading if we're making a graph of when you are when you're any plank position like stay you okay. So just based on a vertical being vertical. It's better to get middle sleep all right and you're going to be awake more as an old really old man. Yeah true or more in your prime. Which i've i. I think trick might be. Because i feel like you should just. We should learn to utilize being asleep. Better nice pajamas. Because like i'm asleep six to eight hours a night. Why should look good. While i'd do it and i think maybe if i could train myself to lucid dream because i don't sleeping either but it but if i knew like oh sleep when i get to fly and make out with natalie portman like that's my my evening every night. I would go to sleep early now. It's like. I go to sleep when i'm bored. That's when i go to sleep. He i have to tire myself out. The i'm not good at sleep. I really resented every night like can do this again late here. Styling knew nothing anyway and heating here was good to talk to you. Guys have a happy holidays. Picks for the diet coke. Kyle's is random guy pulled up in a van in walked in for today. What have i offered. I was like. Hey if i. If i wash dishes could you guys give me some food. And they're like oh no. Our last guest cancelled. Could you come in kato. Probably weird ostrich jacket and they'd come in and say colorful things about sleep or fifteen minutes. That's what we assumed happened with jack. Dorsey of twitter when he had to give testimony before congress is that they just went out and knocked on like an rv out on the street and san francisco and like a tech ceo. Can you come up and testify before the senate. So that's what we did here and it's working. I mean you did ask for food. That was the first coffee and stuff. So we kind of figured. Yeah is your. I refused to even address. Anyone or make eye contact. Tell you brought me coffee and diet coke coffee in day. Cook back to back. This is i feel like. I'm doing the teenage version of double fisting drinks. Where like i was like. Yeah i'll go ahead and down the coffee and the diet coke really animated for your podcast t sing show tunes. The way back at full volume pepped up. So you're libertarian. Comedian right your title is but you're also not you have like remember. We talked to you before you came on the show. We were on your show. I'm going to. i'm just gonna say independent. here's why. I think that we're at a point. Where i view politics engineering exercise of. How do we fix stuff. And i think that the countries largely moving to this position of politics is the new religion. Are you a catholic. Or a protestant. And i don't wanna play that game and i find that when i really engaging labels won the libertarians oftentimes find me insufficiently. Libertarian fun game. Meanwhile if i were that my progressive friends one like argue with me about why think children should work at coal mines. Which is nothing i've ever said. But they'll pick that fight. So i'm just gonna own the the independent thing but i i do. I'm a comedian. And i host to podcasts. I host a show called the political orphanage. Which has comedy on. Fridays and like regular politics on wednesday. So this this week. The one that recording i am ultimately talking to leo curse who is the scottish comedian of the year two years ago. And lord martin reese who's the astronomer royal of the united kingdom. We're gonna talk about existential threat. So lucia both super funny. There'll be a lot of accents. Yeah and then i do. I do a sifi. Podcast called alienating the audience as well but anyway yeah a lot of hats off between being funny and substantive should be jarring for your audience today. We like we like random people go anywhere talk about anything you quiet today. Are you being substantive or funny right now. I need a sadly even try to drink. That diet coke keep bothering. I was going to play poco stand. Tv drink the coffee. you're gonna be fun. Yeah exactly yeah. I guess the question and then you i look at what i'm drinking. Okay i'll say about confucius. And then i started drinking the other like alright time for a pardon. Libertarians are kind of a joke anyway. So you already have at least one joke. Just being libertarian. devoting l. libertarian. Clearly independent thing. Because i find that the labels just get everything. I just about every libertarian and like i'm a liberal but not one of those liver near immediately distance yourself yeah. There's there's anybody democrat democrats own democrat right but everyone else is like. I'm going to lean that way. I'd say i'm a moderate who leans libertarian. I think he's been pretty good description for me. Okay i'm gonna love that man related joke about that. Well i know what i want to talk about. What is a really random. Because we were doing a research on you and i'm flattered. There's a great list of things that you've done. And i want to go into detail on each of them. Great by researching we did you go to the bio my website. I probably. I don't know who did jolt part. And we haven't seen people. I know i've been. We're we're on the eighth floor of the tower here. The babylon tower. Y'all andrew heat research right. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I noticed that we're on the cutting edge. Okay in oklahoma. Attended a prison rodeo. Yes yes so. Oklahoma's got a bunch of weird cool things to it so like anybody who visits oklahoma. Where i'm from the tends to be this very dismissive attitude driving through the state because if you if you go along i forty. There's not a lot to see. It's just a lot of planes right. The deal is you'd have to have a car and you have to know cool people because there's weird stuff in the state. There's a bigfoot hunt. Sadly the mcallister prison rodeo has shut down. That finally shut down. I say sadly because that was a cultural institution in southeast oklahoma. The mcallister prison rodeo was always. See the oldest prison rodeo in the country which implies that there's multiple rodeos i don't think is the case voluntary rodeo or they're like your prisoner get on the ball. I have to be careful here it is. The prisoners are not voluntarily prisoners however the prisoners voluntarily entered the rodeo. Okay so they don't like they don't like go get the the prisoners with their striped shirts. The balls the ball and chain prominent with cattle prods. Or anything they rather the fine prisoners that are on good behavior and they say if you continue to be on good behavior we will allow you to do the rodeo. Because it's apparently. I've never been to prison but someday madly and i'm told that it's very boring. And so they will. They will go and so they bring in or they brought in a like a regular rodeo team and and then they bring in the prisoners and they do it. The only that i think was a little questionable is the big. The ins called money the hard way and they would just tie a string around the the horns of a bowl. And i don't know if you've ever been to rodeo bulls or not happy. They actually put a little which caused. The scrotum scrotum tighter on the irritate them. So they're not. They're not natively angry. They're actually constricting their testes. The mad yeah and they've got the string along the horns and they would they tape one hundred dollar bill on that string and go get it and then that was it. It was just a free for all. You can try this this bowl. Who's actively trying to kill every human being on the planet until they release them from this testes titan running to try gordon and if they got it they got and that's a lot of cigarettes get. Yeah that's huge. When i heard prison ambition like the guy for his that movie. Eight seconds like the guy grades the bull that the rodeo movie. I don't know. I get that mixed up with eight mile eminem but anyway. So imagine like a rodeo guy he walks out there and like the guy this giant guy in a black and white striped suit and he looks like gary busey just escaped from the prison or whatever. Okay he asked yup booking on gary abusing this this sounds like a gary busey event gary gary busey were made like czar of games in oklahoma. And it's like what are we gonna do. It'd be some involving like chickens and bingo and then ultimately like yeah we're gonna have rodeos involving fellas yeah and motorola. The other event is still going on in. Oklahoma is the rattlesnake derby that happens. Town by town in western. I think question here. Yeah shut. Shall i look for you the last one we can make some go. We'll bounce around. there's an order. We're because they gave me the script before we sat down. That was nice to memorize all this job so i. I'm sorry i should've we've kyle. Any lines is weird. Tell us about. The snake thing says to beating rattlesnake hearts. Yes i am. I question is why he won. And then why did you do. Another great questions. Often request the snake. The media rattle starts so in western oklahoma the as much of the plain states. The smaller towns are shrinking. Is people are moving to the cities that happens. Kind of the old grain. Silos fill up with rats than philip snakes. Snakes are having a really good time right now. And there there's more rattlesnakes five years ago. So a lot of these towns of these counties do is they'll they'll have like wiping day from the simpsons. Swamping yeah do you guys know that reference swamping did i. I was not allowed to watch the simpsons growing up really. But i just recently watch all to new to him out. Yeah okay great associate. You've got like childlike. wonder. I wonder if you're experiencing season ten for the very first time i seen eleven. And that's i've been told the friend over here and told me i'm just now announced when you switch to futurama you're correct. Thank you for drew. We okay so scuttled that reference through. But he doesn't know the simpson but basically everybody goes out and hunts. These snakes people will go out with like pillowcases and snake picker upper polls. There might be a name for them. They put them in there and then they all show up in the town all right. Here's here's the snakes. And so mangum where i've been which is in real far out in the southwest corner. They've got a big old pit and they dump all these snakes and when you show up you measure how big. They sort of throw indiana jones in their. No they put on the snake handlers. There is the you know the free church of the screaming. Jesus that's in the middle of their and they always get bit because one of them isn't sufficient faith so so that that's going on and they measure how like whoever has the longest thing the there was like. Nine feet is crazy and i. I went to the first time i went there. And this is pretty rural maybe mangum shut up to your monger listenership. Maybe maybe it is. How macos metropolitan. Bright spot in the plains. But when i when. I went there speaking as i currently do. A kid ran up to me in went from france. I think those were to blazer. And so i must have been a european and then my buddy and we we. We saw a bus like a tour. Bus going out into the badlands. So we went in these two like seventy year old rotarians gave us a tour of catching rattlesnakes and apparently their vision is based on heat. So if you're out in the desert they can't really see you in one of them comes up and goes andy. Do you know how far snake can strike from from head to tail from tailender. Whatever what the striking distances and i was like. I know probably four feet and he. He rolled his sleeve back. Choubey these snake pockmarks my experience about this much further thought anyway so we went back to the to the town proper and they had a a butcher shop setup in there was this hawking guy with a with an apron covered in snake guts and he had rattlesnake hearings and like a rattlesnake below just lots of rattlesnake accessories deck down any went my man. Did you know in thailand. That gulf snake gallbladders are a delicacy and he talked my friend and eating a gallbladder and i was. I don't wanna eat a bladder. And he's like well. I do have this. Rattlesnake hearts beating an hour and a half life more that sounds like pretty high quality heart beating for an hour and a half so i had that and nothing happened. I assume that. I probably have salmonella or some kind of super power. When i went back a few years later i was like well. You know when you're here you might as well eat rattlesnake art so i had another one up striking distance a little bit. Maybe just a little bit. Yeah i think so. I think as a result of that i could probably throw a frisbee slightly further. Probably wouldn't jump out and bite people very also if you did more rattlesnake terms. I learned up. Apparently a rattlesnake sperm can like once deposited in female rattlesnake can hang out for six months before impregnating them. So i like to think that. I now have a similar ability for married or living in sin. So just really can't can't do the catholic to be careful. I wanna know where. This rattlesnake bit snake. Handlers they legitimately go out there. Is that a joke. No they had them a blob setup and launched their insurance so they have they have a pit in a pavilion over the pit. Because it's quite hot. And then they just everybody. All dumbhead rattlesnakes knicks or live their lives so they measure the snakes. A lot of them are. There's there's an excess of snakes. there's more snakes than may have they know what to do with say. There's i would say there's a plethora of sakes yes the literal cornucopia. Yeah i to be really clear. I don't know the exact protocol it might be that all of the snakes are measured. It might be that if clearly below five feet they need not go through the rigors snake snake measuring it might be that half of them go to the snake handlers and the pit half go to the butcher shop it might be that they're all funneled through the pit but there's a lot of i would say at least fifty. Snakes are in the snake pit and there's not a constant amount of snake handlers but that is a ongoing activity within that is the preachers will get down and handle the snakes. And all that kind of thing. Yeah so anyway. That was oklahoma tourism board. I think he's really got the shoe on the wrong foot by promoting like. Oh we have basketball now on my. I think you really need to go for the weirdo. Bit really lean into that Went without a helmet. And you gambled at a weiner dog race. Yes oh yeah all all of which happened it. I'm curious to wear this research on. Oklahoma very oklahoma specific on my website either pins of awesomeness expedition so when i was in college with the aforementioned evan. Who foolishly gallbladder can you imitate the heartbeat of a rattlesnake in your experience. And that's after being dead for now him. Yeah they last a long time the weird thing about it is when you cut the head off the spine has so many neurons in it. It's basically like a second brain. The headless snake would just keep moving in the second time. I did it when i went back. There he was giving me my. You could pick your snake out the way the way you could pick out lobsters inserted restaurant and he he was like which would be kept cutting their heads off. What of a. He held his hat out at like hopped in bit. The hat and i was like. That's the snake i want. I want. I wanted to capitated like dead frenchmen from the revolution. That is so angry at your hat. I wasn't so i had that one. You know the rattlesnakes radio using an orange and so. When i was in college. I went to the university of oklahoma and evident. I would would lead these things. We called weakens of austin a sweet pick quadrant of the state and we would visit wineries. We play botchy ball and we try and find whatever weird thing we could in the area and the when we were in north west oklahoma my family's from alva- and i mentioned i was going to be up that way and uncle gary went would you. Do you wanna go to a cave. And i went. We have cave anyway. Yeah we got a cave was apparently. There's some like longstanding klan alliance between my family and the mcgillicuddy fame. I don't know. I don't know who it is. But there's something like just the non-public cave and so we showed up and like it was the most because i've been to proper caves before they make you wear like you know you. You do a walking to carlsbad caverns or something like they've got a very well coordoned-off and you're a hard helmet a flashlight. And all that. I had a light up pen. Flashlight and literally walk around and uncle. Gary would go that whole rooks deep job down there and i would just jump down there and it's pretty deep and that would be that would be the extent of us testing things so it's amazing. We didn't lose anybody there in the wiener dog racing. That's apparently sport is wiener dog racing and it is it both glorious and really stupid stupid and the wiener dogs are not raised to race when you when you let are they raised for. I think they're routers. I believe really matters. But when when you when you raise the shoots for the humans are funny because there's a bunch of humans that have dedicated three years of life trying to train them weiner dog race to no avail. They're all screaming. Go go widget screaming at the top of the blogs. It'd be while the dogs. They start like fighting and baiting. What of the will accidentally walk across the finish line and that becomes it to gamble on so i would totally go back. Tweeter dog race. It gets a lot of fun. I'd like to see like handicap gracing. We all their quadruple amputee. Wiener dogs there is one of them. I can't remember the guy's name but there was one that like you read that you read the program rolling because you could read the program to try and figure which wiener dog you were going to put your money on right and like one of them has it was like captain bela's has had a tough year his That we had to replace his tear ducts with with taste buds or something so the saliva and i was like you should have just killed. This dog should have been euthanized. You're forcing it to raise for the amusement of strangers. What is wrong with you to eat. Still beating heart no. I don't think that avenue part of a dog. Wiener dog armor. Maybe someday but let's see a whole cape of belts are inherently funny be like the dachshund superhero costume. Is this guy that lives in the sewers or something that has like leader dog pelts. Although we're gathering this list and others more but wait. There's more you also. This isn't sound as exciting. Funny talk about. You had dinner with an amish family. Yeah yeah they. They're very entrepreneurial which. I didn't know about because i called the weekends of awesomeness and i found out. We've got a cabinet wagner oklahoma that kennebunkport of oklahoma and so we were going to be out there anyway and i found out that there was an amish community nearby i called them and a guy phones exactly he picks up and i went. Is this the arseny went. Yeah and i went. How he he explained rely. Whe oh there's one tone in the village and it's in my barn and you happen to call me and i'm here and it's like we've decided it's okay for using them for you know we can't call. I like they've got some rules about battery powered by potatoes. Well i'm told that your family will we can have. We could request dinner with your family. And i would love to see what. It's like to be amish. And he went. Yeah we'd be to have if you wanna come by now. Do they have on the internet or something like request. Somebody made like one thousand nine hundred eighty two. Go cities web page for them. They have found. This is like a message for them. When that's the thing is that he was like no. We do ask that you contribute to the meal. If you twenty dollars should cover. It and i was like okay. Well that seems and we got there and what he'd done is there was his house and he built a massive extension of the house. That looks like a barn that were built. We were going to be sitting down to family with amish family and we went to a restaurant that happened to have an amish house attached to it. So i'm impressed with their entrepreneurial zeal and but that's about it. The only thing that i did find out about it was that i did manage to signal a couple of them and talk to him while i was there i was. How do you have lights. And he was like oh the lights. Roll a gas powered. What about the fridge. It's gas powered. And i was like it's for my perspective. If the problem is technology. I don't know why natural gas would be less simple than waitress thing that strikes me as the if you had like new poll. Gas-powered worn. i wouldn't be like well. That's fine logs. It's not electric. That's okay but but he that was their thing though. So everything's running on generators. I i don't know. The incident of the power systems of amish. Amish gas gas springer no but i think it'd be great for that. I think. I think i would be a really good like i grew up. Oklahoma is late for anybody. Who's never been to oklahoma before picture picture nineteen fifty-six we're good that's it. That's the whole like that's it. It's it's lovely. But i basically grew up in like it's like somebody took a norman rockwell painting into shook me till i fell out and then i landed in california and i'm like oh my god what's happening. What is the stuff so let me. I feel like i've already had room. Spring up by virtue of being raised in a very sheltered environment in a little bit of an atavistic. Quaint place and so. I think that'd be a great ambassador to like. If there's any amish kids that like right now. We're listening to your podcasts secretly. Hey barrel hay bale. And they're like spoken one cigarette. I don't wanna go full blown. I don't wanna do ecstasy. But i would love to drink light beer interesting like i could be that guy. Yeah mike a tour guide for rooms per exactly. I think it'd be a great tour guide for my room. Springer was watching the simpsons. I remember that though. 'cause like the simpsons now is bland and wholesome controversial in like it was because i was allowed to watch it as a kid but i had to watch with my parents because they would say but and bt and they would say shut up which was a curse word in my family growing. We've relaxed slightly. We even played cards against humanity a couple years ago it was. I mean i. I don't i don't know the extent of the we glad we were all drinking. I'll put it that way. I think. I think i think cards against humanity with my parents dead clean sober where all of us had to look up terms. Learn them would have been very awkward. It's a card game. You play with amish family. No i think that would be too much. Think that would that would really dislike catapult the visit the torture chambers the last thing on the list of say something i interrupt you know is under you guys. You went looking for alleged. Viking rune stones. Yeah yes okay. That's the mashed. I i found the alleged rinsed alleged. Yeah so there's in the eastern part of oklahoma in throughout the mississippi valley there are nordic rune stones. Now because they're because of the way lithography works it's difficult to date them precisely because there's no organic material that you can carbon date right because it's just going off the scratches on it now. The scratches are authentic viking strategies. So there's a theory that vikings came up through that came to newfoundland as we know and then came around. The eastern seaboard came up the mississippi. And then just like carve glow valley into a bunch of rocks in the middle of the country. I don't think that's the case. I we would find a lot more evidence. There would have been a lot more blue eyed cherokee running around in there would have been swords and things. I so my my my theory is that i think that norwegian tourists like around maybe eighteen hundred would come over from arkansas and then they in the same way that like english shops new latin. Very well in eighteen hundred. I think they probably knew. Viking viking lifts and would like vandalize or it might have been a great prank in which case hats off to the norwegian tourists that came over. That's all i got nothing. I'm impressed with the deep because these were all very oklahoma specific at. I remember tabulating this my car website. So i've i've been impressed with the research. Good job you'll so you you had a career in. i want to talk about. Then what do you wanna talk about being in politics in politics for short period or how that work yet. I was interested in politics for a long time. I did a lot of stuff in in college and then ended up working for for a couple of members of the house representatives. So i worked for dan born from oklahoma and then i worked for tim holden from pennsylvania and was out. There had a very good time. I left because i got scholarship to get a masters degree in edinburgh in so i had leave but but had a good time it was working for. Congress is the closest thing to being in college. I've known since college including graduate degree it is in like a washington. Dc is basically. It is a lot of marble floating in bourbon just picture like like a sea of bourbon with some monuments tossed in for good measure. It's a very. it's a fun environment to be liked. I think i was twenty five to fun place to be when you're twenty five and everybody's from somewhere else and even people that have lived for fifty years no one in dc claims to be from dc. If you if you're like you move there when you were eighteen. The i'm from tennessee. I'm not a politician. I'm not. I'm not a career. I'm just is like football regular joe. We're from memphis but his result is a lot of people that are in flux there all the time there. The downside of dc is that it is an entire city populated by former student council presidents. so it's smart but it's one specific kind of smart. It's just a very narrow bandwidth of smart very smart but one kind of smart but it was funny but it was a good experience. It was also i a limited government guy was. I walked away more impressed by the institution than i came in with. It and i was also surprised at. It is a lot more. Bipartisan behind the scenes than people realize. Show jim inhofe. Who's a senator from. Oklahoma very very conservative member of the senate is very good. Friends with dianne. Feinstein senator from california. She's still senator here. Right is a very very aggressive democrat and they regard them we. Don't they fight on camera the the last and then the cameras go off and they go get dinner very long longtime remember hearing somebody talking about that worked in dc for a while. So that's one of the things that was shocking to them that you'd see these people they'd fight for the camera and then behind the scenes l. Work together on each other all day know a lot. A lot of it's actually nice site in the it goes both ways because a lot of them are former attorneys. Attorneys like this about attorneys. That attorneys can fight with you in. It's not personal so like if you like. If you get into an argument attorney. I very very rarely if i had like a friendship. Implode with an attorney because we're fighting about some policy thing they can separate that most politicians are attorneys. So so they they already have that performance element and and i think the other thing is like the the good and bad side of dc are kind of the same phenomenon which is most of the people that i met in dc do not view politics as religion which is a good thing. I don't think you should have you politics as religion. I think it's exceedingly dangerous. So they tend to view it as either job just job. Or it's a game and the upshot is you'd just much easier to work with people that think that they're just on the other side of different football team as opposed to the other side of a religion. The downside is that there's also a lot of chummy establishments sludge and that kind of thing that doesn't really get flushed out because it's all you need to be civil and all that kind of thing so it was. It was good. I enjoyed it. I've got a lot of friends there. I am a contributor reason. Which which is a libertarian magazine. And i do a lot of funny videos with them. They're based out of dc back dc periodically and a time and if anybody moves there again in on the embassy circuit. because that's a thing i learned. Is that you the embassies are all doing events regularly. And if you go to one or two events then you can just kinda drink hop throughout the week. Could you dislike where we're going this the austrian embassy and you make friends with them and it's it's a fun town down from ten still beating heart of congress and you know i have. I have played. I've played beer. Pong on a congressman's desk. That was a congressman from northern california. Who sadly his wife died in. He just checked out. Just check out like he was done and he rather than retiring. He just decided not to run for reelection. And just didn't come back by just went awol and his chief of staff was retiring also in so it was just like it was just hang became a clubhouse for me and the other. It wasn't my office. But i was friends with everybody in office so they would just call me at like four o'clock on thursday. It'd be like hey you wanna play beer pong and i'd go. Oh yes the meeting. On the thing about tariffs okay over there. Okay gotta google play beer pong for a bit and come back so i got to do that in trying to think of the other crazy. I don't think i ate anything particularly weird in dc but drank a fair amount. While i was there. And i got to meet some interesting people like to briefly. Hang out with leon panetta. Who was at the head of the cia and and got to ask antonin. Scalia question and a few things like that with with with the former head of the cia mentioned. We don't swear on your podcast correct. You are welcome to. We'll get leaked. You will get into an anyway. One of the things that i learned in. Dc is that all politicians all of them have some kind of trick. They used to indicate to whoever they're talking to. I'm not a real politician. Those guys oh man right politicians but like us joe's us record and they all have something like that. So what leon panetta does. The charming is like if you're sitting around with him talking and you're like you ask them some question. What do we actually assassinated anybody in iran. Really whatever. the thing is right he. He'll look around the room. Real quick new. Lean forward and go these flowerbeds. They think such and such. But i'm telling you the but he he does it in such a way. You feel like he was like you're cool. So i'm going to drop the f bomb afia been really like it's very impressive. Play like there's a big apoliticial you ever see. Any politicians like change on their human suits behind the scenes. I saw i. I walked past barney. Frank one time where he was. He was noticeably drill can just bumping into the wall of and i was also drug so i don't i don't want to throw at least that was my interpretation of it but i don't think anybody like anybody could go into full lizardo. No have to become an third level mason before i'm inducted. Level politicians the first level and mason as weird as rural oklahoma. Sounds like i feel like i would rather live there then. Yes to this the downside to it because i reason want me to come work for them full time but i was going to have to move to dc. And i turned it down. Because i like i. I view myself a comedian who is political. Not a not a political person. Who's kind of funny. The noun is camille judge. The answer is neither. But i. But i thought if i go to. Dc the dc kind of had a moment of coolness when game of thrones came out like where everybody had a hobby outside of politics. When game of thrones stop he was like no brawl back to politics. That's the only thing people talk about. They like football and stuff like everybody's teams people love teams in dc. They love teams but but outside of politics teams he stuff. There's not as there's just not as much wrench to right. And i thought that would get exhausting and i would. I would love to get to the point where the political thing is kind of a hobby for me. And you know right now. It's the main style political. Media's what i do. But i would love to it like they host travel show or something and now he's saying these funny things that pg worked told him whatever. Our cultural climate is just very political. Right now yeah yeah people wanna talk about. It might get better now that we've elected president grandpa like he. He might he might just like he might spend the next. Two years is given america. Benadryl which is what. I hope happens but the preceding the preceding four years. Were were wrecked like that. When i lived in new york. I was a writer for fox business and it was fine. I had no problem. I was living in new york which is very bright blue cosmopolitan city. I would go on dates with very progressive democrats and they'd be like where you work at fox business gay people and like as long as long as i as long as i said that we're like we're should we will. I love immigrant food. Let's go eat that something diverse. Yeah as long as i indicated. I was tolerant. Everybody was fine with me. No one had any problem and then like the day. Trump got elected immediately. Are you catholic or protestant. And i was like i guess in this equation would be buddhist. And they're like. Oh so you're like an extreme protestant factored. You're weird binary. I also do not want to play that game and it became. That was mad. That was just a real swabbed for four years. Was it you guys like. You're at least your fulltime funding your sadness but not necessarily political satirists. Did you find in your experience. Last four years was like that as well or could you at least get people to talk about other stuff Heard the political stuff goes crazy. That's what goes far and what everyone wants to talk about. Everything became about trump. Yeah yeah for sure. And what. I what i started doing towards the end because i interview a lot of people that are experts in fields policy. People and i talked to. And i have to read all their stuff so that i don't sound like an idiot so i like while i might i might i was then to see i might very well be wrong but i'm at least informed about whatever i'm wrong about and i don't like getting into arguments with people who don't know what they're talking about. I'm i'm happy to talk to friends. That know what they're talking about and get into an argument with them. Because i might learn something but if it's just like like i've never been pro-trump guy but i'm also not emotionally incontinent. And so i might be there. Like oh trump and i'm like i know i don't like him. I didn't vote for the how would you. Why aren't you also angry. Shrill and like some adult. And i i control my emotions and then somehow i've become like the trump trump guy. I'm just. I'm just not yelling like you are and it was and i don't know how to win that game because when i get when i get uncomfortable when i'm when i'm in a position to stress i go volkan like i become like a very sedate british man when i become stressed and so if everybody else is going to go like dial it up to twelve than i appeared to appear to be okay with whatever heinous thing has happened. And i'm i would love for whatever your last four years thing happened to just like turn down. He should have just voted for trump. to be honest. I'm going to get crapper this anyway. That's what i did. I'm like more libertarian. I haven't really supported trump fulltime election. Day i was like screw it. What was did you vote for him in two thousand sixteen no. I've never voted in as well. Okay so you voted for. Did you out of curiosity. Have you have scott adams on. We just got back. Like i know that scott adams doesn't vote because even though he's very big trump guy he he theorizes that the moment he votes. He's like committed to. He wants to be of so have always. Did you feel like there was a psychological. Click for you once. You voted where you're like. Okay i'm on. I'm on team trump now like like no. I still think he's got an idiot. Four maga hats for a sketch. It was for a photo. We've been voting for the. That's gotta act but we'll ask the questions. Do you wanna talk about dude. We can so i do. I do i do as i said i've got. I've got the political orphanage. Which is the wednesday substantive interviews is previously notre dame on fridays. More of the snake handling stuff. We were talking about for friday release. Valves roy bring on comedians. We just joke around then. I've got an unrelated podcast called alienating the audience where i like my goal is to buy individually so nerdy that my virginity grows back and feel like very much like come close to that and So so do really deep dives on that like the. I think the episode. I assume you're referring to us. I did it episode on the economics of dune where we win and we did all of that here recently. We just did one on the philosophy of the matrix last week. We did one on. There's an abundance of science fiction. Where an alternate universe where the nazis won usually not a good thing by the end of it blew the mailman. Also did. that's yeah. I guess it's been a fun release for me too because it's make it political and i kind of like i can just like no. We're not going to do that. And it's also much easier to get sci-fi guests than it is to get putting guests because all the political people are really skittish right now because of like fascist commie. Which team are you. Yeah and i'm like. I'm not a fan historic like also a fascist. A lot of the comedians are that way too because the title of my show is the political orphanage. If i tell them i don't want to bring you on to talk about politics when joke whatever florida's up to so the put the sci-fi thing conversely people love if you can find just like this niche thing you want to come talk about this thing people really enjoyed. That must do that thanks. Yeah yeah you welcome your. We're starting to do in podcast. You can do play by play. The simpsons let people know what's the spring of bug was that on june. Did we talk with. I don't care about news episode from your having to see the spices representative of oil. It's like opec right and there's a bunch of other things that i remember there was a year and a half ago it interests me because it is such a complex political machine that he sets up at the beginning of the book. Yeah so. I fell off the red like three chapters. Frank herbert i i think he's great at world building. I don't think he's good at writing. What what you mean by that is the world buildings amazing. His ability to put a sentence together is really boring. In my opinion. I kind of tuned out by the third book because the third book i read the first year the third book would be like. He poured him a glass of water. The what did he mean by it and then like six pages of analysis. And i'm like i'm i. You need to talk more about mentality. that's why i'm here. so yeah. He still beating heart of exactly Lasted a really long time. Spur blast six months. I've never watched the movies. Have you ever seen the lynch film. Are the patrick stewart senate and i love patrick stewart. And they've got these cool shield. These very blackie like i guess cartoons blaylock really cool. It looks like you're wearing like a translucent. Like boxy legos. You kind of thing. It's it's neat. I like it new movie coming out. Yeah we'll see they were going to do one in the seventies that never got made but they were going to do. It was weird really cool. Cast were like salvador. Dali was going to be in that. He was going to be the emperor. Orson wells was going to be the the baron. And i don't remember who the director was but he's a man of not just never came together but it would have been really cool about dune being like this this allegory for like things that represent but i feel like he does a good enough job of making it timeless are deems that come up in human history throughout and one thing. That's happened with fiction now. Is that everything is like the bag. I represents trump. You know whether that's read back into the text. Storms put an i feel all the fiction in the last decade is going h really poorly. Very very likely because it doesn't. It doesn't tend to do that with like like you were. When bush was in office there were like so the big lebowski. This is news to me. The big lebowski is apparently based off of george h.w bush. It's about the gulf war. And which avenue is never picked up on but there's a bunch of references in there and like that one great. It's also very liked to the point where i the guy that does political stuff. We're living didn't pick up on but then like other stuff like star wars remember episode four when the padres through thing. And there's those two announcers or like newt gun rei like because it is the because george lucas slipping a thing about like newt. Gingrich and ray gun gun ray. And it's like that no one cares and like the name of a general grievous is invisible hand and i'm like i'm accessible liberal. I'm offended by that. This billionaire is besmirching the market. I don't think that's stuff ages really. Well i've been afraid that we like sisolak picard the latest star trek series. That came out. I what i was really afraid of. What's going to be that there is like the federation's been taken over by an orange villain. I don't wanna do that. Yeah yeah but but trump trump galvanized everything the last four years. Everything became trump centric. And the end. I thought was horrible for political satire. I thought it was awful for comedy. You guys are very talented. Comedians and talented calendar. I e exactly i. I enjoy the babylon. You guys are brilliantly. Funny so maybe you crack this code. I have not i find. That is a joke writer. That i wanna be exaggerate. Thanks and if if the real life headline is president trump. Hits golf balls at rosie o'donald from battleship. I'm like i don't know where to take that nobody where there's a lot of that happening. And then on top of that and so much of the comedy was just like trump is stupid. And i'm like can you do jokes now. I agree but like know. That's the joke. Yeah and it is so much of that and so so many subpar comedian snuck in the back of the room over the last four years. Where the destroy. My bitterness is coming out from the newer comedy where they realized that they really couldn't get a lot of laughter in a normal environment but they could get applause and they could sneak into. Just say like maybe. This isn't popular. But i think donald trump's committing war crimes and everybody would give him a standing ovation. Like how brave. Review to say that here on the fourth street of soho than like again like i. I'll walk with you. Just do the joe do a joke and so much of that. Just kind of stop. So i'm sure that everybody will be very rigorous and biden jokes. He extremely cut again all the political satire. We'll really good now the next week. Regal puff pieces about as pets. Aren't i at tweet in the new york times we will. We'll hit it. hit by. This is hard as hard as trump. We will be as rigorous in our investigations. I don't think it was but somebody it was one of the prominent newsgroup. Cnn or somebody just went on vacation. The factor wooded vacation. I was like a very good time to be checking stuff. Come true we do animations ours. Was our news reporters. They they had they had prepared ahead of time. So when biden one they were already on vacation for years each. We make sure you get a fact. Check up the pod racing was episode. One you're right right so i was. I was thinking about us not going really fast and i couldn't. You are correct. I would've. I would've got hate me on that. You're right episode. One i was. I was thinking after in my convoluted logic. Yes thank you being like comic book guy from the reference this is. There are layers here absolutely layers. The the other thing that happens. I think a lot too with with political satire is like the daily show for a long time they would say like about the daily shows. They hit everybody. They hit everybody hard. And it's like mitch. Mcconnell is an evil turtle that babies and dianne feinstein. Sounds like your mom. Isn't it funny how much she sounds like your mind. And i'm like this is. This is not e- candid hubert application. You're making man elizabeth warren. She's just so brilliant. That funny is you're not. You're not being even headed here out. How much the. I mean it creeps me out now on the right because it seems like trump has become a figure that the right holds up like that in this kind of religious way the left has always done it in always creep me out they hold them up and they they have this admiration where they can't see the funny who who i think has who's figured this out and they didn't do it on purpose it back into it but the british they nailed because like in america we came up with separation of church and state good call will done america excellent right thank you thank you. I want to thank you very much for doing that. Meanwhile what the british stumbled onto. They didn't plan it. But they stumble onto separating power from reverence which i think we absolutely should do and is a dangerous lack of foresight on our part over here so i lived in the uk a couple of times and in the uk. The head of state is the queen who is married to a vampire flowerpot on her head and doesn't do anything that actually affects killing people like she. She cuts ribbons and she. She meets other monarchs and thing but she didn't kill anybody we're taxes. Meanwhile the head of government is the prime minister and the prime minister comes down every yelled at by parliament. And then on sunday goes by buckingham palace and has to kneel before the queen so that's good humility for the prime minister. But when you're talking about british people in my links experience british people will generally be pretty respectful to state like there is something. There is some weirdly tribal about that. Nope that's that's our alpha but then when you talk about the prime minister they all make fun of prime minister like when i lived in scotland the first time. Warren brown who is labor and scots are very very left leaning and he was scottish. He was the prime minister. So home run. For the scots you. You've got to semi social scotsman in bucking are in a parliament. And they're like oh always talk. I don't care for them at all. No not at all. But they'd be plagued with the queen comes by st street. Now i think they've nailed that and we've not done that we've basically made the president is now and has been since wilson our chaplain and our head of government and our head of state and the father of the nation and a seer. At all these in its danger you never give reverence to people that can kill anyone. You should always separate those. Thanks so kyle if you could if you could pass that onto america among god though how does he like taxes and and how often does he does. He la bores now danes. All things i will get to that in this field people move them to another place. Who's your who's there's u-haul i wanna credit this jonah. A just went. I just went blank. One of my friends in new york. Has this joke. About how like the guts mining. People just really lazy. Because he's no it's not it's not that he was he was saying like the terrorists surveys god because he has to outsource the killing link like a like a few. I believe that's john. Fuel saint joke. That light like just be smiling with lightning. He's not doing that. He's he's he's really taking a step back needs to be more active as a manager. Everybody gets upset by that. Please director anger towards the email. Heaton and that i will pass it on the job. You besides speaking of the scots you own one square foot of a scotch whisky distillery i do i do i do i square foot one hundred one square foot. So i like scotch. And my my go-to one of my go-to leapfrog. Which is you guys ever drink or have you had alcohol before okay. So his parents watch. He talked to sue for people that kind of knew it was skiied. Don't know scott inhaling campfires. Very smoking i like. Pd smokey scotch. They occasionally run this thing where you'll open up model in. It's kind of like a drunken version of willy wonka. We're like little falls out and you're like like you've we're going to give you a square foot of land and if you if you fill this out and set it to us we'll send you a deep and i was like all right so i got this thing. I called them and i was like low. Scotland i i was like yeah i got a square foot of land like First question can. I drill for oil. They're like no. You can't do. And i was like all right now if i get four of these all no. You can't build anything because that was my next. Maybe get four these like build some kind of cows. no no. You can't do that. It's just a lifelong easement. Reverts back to us when you die but if you ever come we'll we'll. We'll lonesome wellington boots give. Gps we'll try and show you where your land is. We'll give you ask. I was like all right. I'll see you next month. And so. Because i was going to go to stand up over there so i went there and showed up and they were like okay. You molly well over there like everybody had a little. Everybody put little flags. Why kicked over the russian flags and built a lego castle. By i've got that would square foot great marketing on the fruits part. Because now i'm like. Well i'm a landowner. Yeah you don't get any free scotch on it. They gave me free scotch. Yeah they gave me like they gave me like whatever. The appropriate amount is to drink while walking field. I don't know how to read and three fingers came back. They're like oh good job. Not getting flags over did you. Plus the russian no of course not they reward more whiskey. I got a lot of whiskey. Out of that way cooked up some haggas not not that trip but i have consumed probably my body's weight and haggas because because i go back every years thirteen pounds people that are only listening to the can't see me. I'm like a very handsome scarecrow. Imagine this ridiculous ostrich get blazer. I look like a hat. Rack owned a strip club is with me as tom. Tom visual scottish roots basically. It's it's basically just food with sheep like if you've ever been to carnival and you're like yeah deep fry that that's the scottish have like. There's no there's no genteel. Scottish rudolph scottish food just a bucket. Of course that's been subject to some kind of frying tree. Things really jason kam wrong. Yeah i've never actually. I don't even seen the picture hagous. I just imagine you're eating guts. I mean technically you are but it but it looks just like basically like shepherd's pie shepherd's pie you honestly. I don't think you'd be able to tell the difference. Is it is a little bit spicier than shepherd's pie that textures. Exactly the same. So if you like shepherd's pie you'd like yeah there's that and then there's like deep fried pizza deep fried snickers there's yeah you can get that and lick again. Texas carnival curse. The scottish comedian friend of mine is coming on my show this week. He talks about how he's scottish not looking at the cova data and he's cove. It's supposed to kill people in scotland. Sixty two and the average life expectancy is fifty seven. The alcohol stabbings the cartlidge. The food is as the oxidant. Yeah yeah the. I like this. You're not gonna get in eating scottish cuisine ship. Assailed scotland is a great place. They're very friendly. Like the the english or a little bit. Southern england so like like south birmingham. They're a lot more reserved. And then you get up to scotland and they're much more chummy like last year i I was ordered for the french festival. I rented a camper van. And i drove around the top northwest part of scotland so like out in the highlands into like way out there in like day. One and a half. I hit a bog. Because like where i'm from. The earth is flat and honest. If you pull off the road you're gonna be fine because like like in scotland. It's all basically a sponge in. So i pulled over to let a car come by and i had this man and it completely slid knock ended his blog at a rakish. Forty five imagine a fedora hat. Like kind of like a really saucy guys wearing seem to that level. And i couldn't do anything if you if you popped it. It have just rolled into the bog. Eye hailed some kid. Put out my thumb in a kid who drove barefoot because he was insanely would drive like ninety miles an hour and he wanted to be able to feel pedals with his feet. Drove me around. And he's like well. I'm like well. I got my man here stuck in your body because oh no problem. We'll find you but all the farmers were drunk because festival so none of that felt competent to try and get out of the soup. I live here so he took me to serve a local in which is also the local pub. And i walked in and it's me and then like a bunch of guys like motorcycles. All were in black leather. So i don't know. I think you'd call it a a motorcycle club. I thought it was a motorcycle gang. They were fisted. He's about that term. And i came in. And they're all looking at me kind of side i and i go. I got my van stuck in a bog in the also biker. Win was north of town by the cannon and i went. Yeah and he's always hold on that and they all leapt into action like they all start get out in the cell phones to try and find me. The farmer buddies. You should talk. We'll get old cheesy cheesy mcvay. He'll hall who's who's a little cheese dog old cheese cheese killed steer what all. Don't worry about one table. Jesus got stuck in the in the barn and old cheesy you wrapped around its neck to try and hold it up and the head popped off like dick. I don't think that what happened with me. And i went to like biker. Problem with got really drunk. Yeah they had they were doing a community dance. And so like i would like i was a hit because i could. I could do anything other than hailey. And in the following day they drove me out and pop it out of the bog. I now know everybody in lobster. Scotland i think mayor yeah. It was a good time all right so anyway people listening either go to oklahoma where scotland those are the two best places. We're gonna go to our subscriber portion if we're going to ever lounge nice. This is now. I now i can start. Swearing racial epithets this bleep. Because we're yawning christian young men. We're going to drink some non alcoholic scotch. Hang out in the lounge. You're going to tell us lurid story. We heard that you used to improv. You take anything from history thing and you know and so we're going to throw some things out. he is. Yeah okay yeah. Yeah a part of a team which is somewhat dormant called loss history. Where we can we go up on stage and what something that you enjoy in high school history and then we seen about a like we. We did one at the austin austin comedy festival here two years ago where somebody somebody when samuel jumpers and i was like. Who's that and they're like same. He was a labor movement leader. I'm from sri market side so like we made a whole thing about the whole sketch was just. Sdr was faking. being paraplegic. guest was the whole thing really pissed off the person the nascar joy for that. Thanks your your listeners for the rest of thanks for the freeloaders. Such indra heaton podcast. Yeah he's mental and alienating the audience. We want to talk about noon or at least one time you talked about new year and a half ago all right. Let's do it coming up. Next for babylon subscribers. What we told me said we were gonna get some improv from you. You one man imprompt kyle. You can do. It wasn't undergrad. Libertarian drug drug jim. It's kinda you know about this. I taught. I hung out with phil phil roberts. The guy from duck dynasty tool chat or something. Yeah did for about six months in join this hard hitting interview become a babylon subscriber to hear the rest of this conversation. Go to babylon because com slash plans for full length. Ad free podcasts. Kyle and would like to think seth dylan for paying the bills. Adam ford for creating their job the other writers tirelessly pitching headlines the subscribers and you the listener until next time. This is dave dee andrea. The voice of the babylon.

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Anson Mount

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

1:00:05 hr | 2 years ago

Anson Mount

"You're listening to inside he with Michael Rosenbaum guys. Thanks again for listening. We've had some great guests. I just loved having all Vira on the show. It's fun to talk to people who really the sort of your role models, or you looked up to him or you were just excited about them, you know, as a child, and then getting to sit across your own house, and talk to them and asking the questions that I hope you guys would ask if you were sitting here because I'm more like a fan than I am an actor. I think you guys know that about me by now. If you're a first time listener, please, describe it really helps and spread the word tweet, Instagram. You know, inside of you podcasts on Instagram, and we've got a great guest today. Good friend of mine. He was on smallville. He was on hell on wheels. This is Anson mount he's on the new Star Trek discovery people are just going crazy over this guy. He's such a great guy, and he's so charitable and wonderful to talk to, and he's got a podcast, so we sat down and chatted about old times new times. And I think you're gonna enjoy this Anson mount. Let's get inside. Anson mount. It's my. You're listening to inside of you with Michael Rose by. Inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum was not recorded in front of a live studio audience. Here we go. Do look. Good. Thank you, sir. Ladies and gentlemen, captain. All right. Radio voice is, is this, how you want to sit 'cause you can move that thing anywhere. You want the Mike. Now I'm getting yet. We'll starts hurting like mining can just lounge back. It goes back home and getting old sucks, midst older than you, would you forty? I know. And you look like you're thirty two that's not true. It. No, it, it literally, you know, the thing is, I don't get gray hairs. And I'm using these silicon things under my eyes in the morning and just takes you put him off for about forty five minutes. My friend, deneen got him. If anybody wants to tweet, you know, she could send you some of these things that she's not my sponsor, she's just a good friend, but you put these things under your eyes. I'm not kidding because I'm puff daddy in the morning. And you put these things under your eyes and an hour later. It's not one of those things with the chemicals in it, and it's oh, it's soothing aloe. It's fifty silicon whatever the fuck it is. I need it. You don't get bags under your eyes. I do actually you do what do use them time bag when it's really ever really early. I don't know the, the, the last makeup team I was working with gave me the slake tube that had like a metal ball at the end of and you're supposed to keep it in the refrigerator. And don't you rolled around under your eyes? Yeah. You, you think that works? It did for me. But then I forgot about is probably still there. Do you sleep? Well, I do I do sleep pretty well, except like light and sound bothers me. So I you know, I've got this English bulldog that snores like jackhammer and she can't be in the room with us yet, just as be downstairs. Yeah. Yeah. I understand that Rob's going to take a few photos. Don't be dismay rob. You know there was one actor here was a little distracted with the pictures that were being taken. I'm not gonna use any names, but he was just like what what's going on? I'm like he's taking picture Fuxing. We mean what's going on? It's like, well, I thought he was gonna throw a Christian bale. No, I'm fucking doing interview right now. Why are you taking pictures? Thank you for allowing me to be inside of you today. Anson. Oh, michael. You've been inside of me alone time, actually, have I you have how long known each other too long. How old were you when we did that move? We'll hall junkies with. That was in my twenties. I've christopher. Walk in. Chazz Palminteri, Rick, Schroder, Ricky, Rick, now it was wrecked, who I loved, by the way. Oh, yeah. I do. We got behind the remember when we like we got behind the gun. We're shooting like three in the morning. We have limited amount of time, and re rigged starts picking up he starts picking up instruments, and monitors and moving them around. Stoute's goes ticket. This done. He's. Yeah. Very helpful. Very. He was an indie. Filmmaker wasn't a, I guess, in Mars Mars Callahan. The movie, and I remember, you know, remember, I think you were with me when I was like, hey, check this out, because I went up to walk, and it was like, hey call, you, Chris, how you Mr. Joaquin? And I'm excited to work with these e- flash. Now. That's right. Remember that, and then you like. And then would you remember how I met him? No. Would you. Oh, you don't you, you'll remember the story when I start telling remember his first day work. I wasn't working that day. I wanted to watch him work. I just wanted to come in and, and walk into his stuff. So I've been. Out shopping, or some shit. I don't know. So I come in, in that huge house that they had rented that overlooked, the tabernacle and Salt Lake City. And, and I'm in this big house in watching in the cameras rolling and it's on walking. And when I have to preface story by saying at the time my phone played LA Cucaracha, so then they're watching work. It's sure enough from my pocket than an an and then in an and then and then in his. Yeah. You're gonna be rather than the pain. Oh, dude, I ran outside. And I'm just I'm pacing up and down that porch thinking you get, how could you have done? This is the only time it ever happened to me. I gotta go and face the music. So walked in there between setups and Chris over there in the corner with Mars, who's directing and Moore's just just looks over at, and he's just shooting daggers, and I'm and I'm like, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I need like all right? And they kinda points to walk into my. So I go over to walk in, and I say, so I'm the asshole with the phone and everybody stops moving the grip stopped moving dealer. Attrition stop hanging like like the room just goes silent because everybody wants to hear what walk ins going to say, I guess what he said. You asshole. No. I'm profession can't believe you don't remember this. He says to me, he looked straight at you remember the store and he says, what are these cell phones have to have all these songs can't they just ring? In the whole room. Just burst out laughing. I said, oh, my God, I want to thank us on sweet because he's very intimidating. Do you remember the NDA he walked on set one day because he only had him for like a week Mars had him for a week and? Yeah. Like a million bucks or whatever the rate was it was half the budget moving, and he comes out, and he just looks pissed off his face is ready says, MAs to the director, today's my last day. Walked out and everybody's like, oh my God. He's Marzilli guy better. Go talk to him Mars is freaking out. It's direct twirl debut. So that was experienced. We shot the movie. It's a little independent movie. If you wanna watch people people still come up to me and go ahead. Love wall junkies. It's not many people, but I still go to these conventions or whatever. And it was one of those movies that was a special time, right? Oh, yeah. We had a really wide item bushy tailed and optimistic before the business came crashing down on our souls, she's. And then what the next time you were guest on. Smallville. The next time together. That's right. You're running around the train was fun. I had to kill you deny that was a lot of fun. That was fun. I remember being like three in the morning, four or five in the morning chasing, her dumb ass. And I'm bald cold his shit. And I'm chasing through these trains when we had a budget, we use drilled train. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. I remember we ran into a real issues on the in those trains with the angles and the cameras and us in a fight scene on that one, I'll was very difficult to figure it out actually, but we got it done. And didn't you test for lex Luther I did long you almost got it didn't you because actually I always tells me this store like, he almost got it, but you really close to aren't you where you like the guy. I had very, very short hair at the time. I get I think maybe that helped, but you, did you test it for where you bummed you didn't get it? It wasn't really wanted to do with Jimmy says the guy who got the role. This is how it goes. I see guys who got the role that I had this for all the time. I mean, it was, you know, I was it was a lucky thing for me. Do you get those things where you're just you feel lucky where you feel like I don't give a shit, and you go in, and you just kill it, because you don't care? Yeah that's, that's funny. How that works, isn't it? Did you have to? I dish in for hell on wheels. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Everybody went in for Helen wheels. Who showed me the stat when they showed me, the stacks of the headshots give me a couple, give me a couple of names. And we're all I don't know. I didn't ask I didn't wanna know you didn't want to know I just happen to fit a very specific Bill that they were looking for. They, they wanted an American particularly looking for someone from the American South, and, and they wanted a man. Well, yeah. Will your grandfather was a confederate soldier? Correct. A Colonel great great, great great, great grandfather was was a Calvary Colonel. Yeah. Still have his military composite, but it's, it's photo tented in in. It's so old that the chemicals. Have now turned him green. What was his name? I don't remember he wasn't amount. No. He was a league a league somebody in the family's still has the piece of paper that listed everything that was in his pockets when he got shot. Did you say that the dish in? Yeah, my great, great grandfather was because it's place. Post-civil-war. Right. The its reconstruction is right after Savoy area. Right. Did you have to do a lot of research for that Schiff? I wouldn't know to do. I don't think in this early had to. But I did just to come nerves. Were you nervous, I? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Well, I love hearing that because I get nervous about everything I wake up nervous. How can you not be I meditate and during the meditation? I'm nervous. It's very expensive enterprise. That's all coming down, where cameras pointed at your face, but night, I read this great book, nothing like it in the world by Stephen Ambrose, who wrote band of brothers. Right. Which I tested foreign didn't get. Really? Yeah. For sure it's supposed to be his only non-military subjects. And then you read it, you realize, oh, it's actually military subject, because all these guys had had come from the civil war, and they were out of work, and they needed a job. And it was run like a military enterprise. And, and on the back the backs of, of graft and corruption, it would not have been built without graft and corruption. But seems like everything is built from it was just I mean if you look late and his book, what the real history of the United States or whatever. And it tells you the real stories how we were how we came together yard side that they don't teach in history account, we treated people and the real Christopher Columbus. And what he did and nice guys don't just come and go. Hey, we're gonna take your your land. And then I mean, even from the beginning of. Yeah. And then we're going to invent this thing called thanksgiving. We always sit down Brady, exactly. I mean, look at Polk right? Some history, rob, you know, who Polk was president is from Tennessee. They called it pokes war, poke did he took all the land, which was Mexico, which is California now. And all this, I think two million square miles, we stole from Mexico. Oh, yeah. There's much all of California, we just marched in said, okay, it's ours. Yeah. I don't think we did it in a nice way. We force them to sign a contract that they really didn't want to do, but by that, by the way, that's rob. Have you met, rob? You just want. You just want anybody. Robs pretty RAD. So hey man, you see my always, what I always loved about you is it was intimidating is, you know, till I got really got to know you, but your disposition you've always been like you seem like you're so together you so reserved so well spoken and articulate it's intimidating a fool like me. Who's just always just like, oh, man. You know, I'm just always doing something funny. I got get approval. I gotta get, you know, I'm like, I want people to like me. I gotta do this, how, you know. And so meeting, you on a set of McCaw. This is a good looking dude. He's gotta shit together. Where did you train you train acting in where? Did my master's at Columbia master's at Columbia? I went. And look, I love the school, but I went to western Kentucky university program. It had a great program, and it helped me out. I got a little more confidence, but I was intimidated, when I met you. Well, you were just like I said, you were very train, so that surprise me. It's like you know, you come to scenes in the in the moment, and you're, you're there. But I realized once we started talking that you were just a regular dude. You were fun. But you are you're focused, you feel like you're always focused. Or can you goof around like they say, Leonardo Di Caprio in that movie Gilbert grape? They say that he would like before we got doing that role, they'd be rolling rolling rolling. He's like fucking around everybody and in action. And he just jumped into the character. Can you do that? I've gotten better at that. Yeah. I was just doing. I was just doing a job up in Santa Barbara county to this little known actor hasn't done a lot named Tony Hopkins and think he's got a big future ahead of wait a minute, but Anthony Hopkins. Yes. Worked with Anthony Hopkins. And but here's here's why until the story not to name drop, of course, name dropping, but he is so billion. And he is he's so funny. He's full of so many great old, film and theatre stories. The hardest part of the job was to get refocused when we're about to do. Another says he's constantly fucking around. Yeah. And if I wasn't if I hadn't gone to the point where I was confident enough to just let the word go for a second. Listen. I would not be enjoying my job as much. I might have quit by now. You can't maintain that level of, of focus, I think in enjoy what you do. But you do have to get yourself to the point where you can switch it on and off. And I think it's a it's a mentally healthy thing to be able to do you know that's kind of thing I have to do. So I mean, there's times when I have a big speech or something to say, but for me a have to be playing a half to be having fun have to be environment. That's fun. And sometimes you're with actress, you don't wanna do that. That's not how they work. They're focused. They're sitting in their chair, reading Nici, and, and, you know, it's, it's prising you'll you'll meet actors who were who were more known for their comedy, the drama who were also like that. Yeah. And it. It's an eye in a look to each his own. I respect it, it's not the easiest thing to do and be good at kind of would like to enjoy my job. Did you ever come on? When you're working with Hopkins at me. I would have had asked him something about sounds slams. Any movie. You know what's, what's funny? He told me a story about how when he was a little boy's mother owned a shop in Wales. And in Richard Burton was from the same area who would come in every now and then you remembers it a little boy signature burden saying, I won't do that man does and years later, you still me he was doing equa some Broadway and burn came to see it. And then burn decided he wanted to take over the role, and he came sought, again, and was in Hopkins dressing room, remember union, you the younger, who couldn't speak so good. And I said, yes, yes. And he said, what how you and I said fine, and the whole time I'm thinking, my God. How did this happen in and I and I said, I'm very glad you told me that story because I remember going to see silence of the lambs when I was a senior in high school like it was yesterday. Oh, yeah. And it could easily have been. So intimidating to work with him if he wasn't so self effacing and Kudo, lovely human. He's one of the nicest people I've ever worked with while did. I will see. I would have been like a kid in the candy store because while you were going to prom, 'cause you're, you're handsome guy, you probably went to prom in my right eye. Yeah. You probably went to Santa switch. Didn't have a date to senior prom, is that true? Did not have a day, and he just went to prom solo on solo my girlfriend at the time. And I broke up a few days before you went anyway. I went and I got the tuxedo I wanted, and then me and my buddies, who also didn't have days because we're losers. We went to talk. Oh, bell. We wouldn't play miniature golf and Roz harem is great robbed you'd go to prom. I didn't go to my prom, but I went to my expert fronts, prom really GLA that night probably. Sounds very memorable the questions like I don't want that. But, you know, I will you were doing all that stuff. I just remember. I have to memorize seen from phonology statue everybody statue on the Senate. Helen wheels really. Yeah. For -nology. It's a little human head with all parts of the brain, the hypothalamus, and the I think the hip of film us, and the cerebral cortex, I'm not dating at these things in the nineteenth century, there are physicians who thought that they could determine a person's personality from the shape of their skull. What do you think about me because I have a huge head and I have this biggest Sipple bone in the back. So I don't but I've always been jealous of the shape of your head. Why? Because I my mother laid me on my back too much as an infant in the back of my head like flat. Do you have it? I have like a big bump on there like a matrix bump. I've got like a Hugh people always, tell me how big my head is rob does. I think I think they're talking about your you go. No. I have like, you know, it's who I am. It's like I can't change by the way, do you have one quote from? Silence of the lambs that you just love. I'm only doing that because I have one, what is it? I just remember being like seventeen or eighteen years old and memorizing. I don't even it's not the impression it's just that I've memorized, it was like L agent staling? He thinking dissect me with the ability to, if sell him bishops, aren't you? But you know what you look like to me with your good bad and your cheap shoes. It looked like a row, a wild whole awesome role taste the magicians game it'll infobahn which really not one more generations from Pillai trash Aden's to he so desperately tried to peel. West Virginia will it was. You follow dams the comb honor, did he stink of the lamb? You know, because the boys found you all those tedious sticky fumblings in the package of 'cause you can lead -treme getting out getting anyone can haul the wait f. You sat down and memory. Yeah. 'cause I was a loser. That's what I did. I'd memorize your quite good. It wasn't even do your impressions in your standup act. I have done. I've done a couple do a great Malkovich. I remember going. I remember going to the premiere of sorority, boys you were there, great in that, you know, that's that was was that was angrily whole classic. It was in thought your fantastic and in, but you whipped out this Malkovich impression when they introduced the cast at the front of you did. How do you remember this fantastic, while again, in the line of fire that, I remember met m- rising a scene? You know you have a rendezvous with my asshole. Motherfucker. Possibly now Frank is that they sent my friend, my comrade in arms to my home to kill me. I never lied times. And I never will. So let's go back to you. Did you you had a good childhood didn't you? You've loving parents. It was mixed mixed like how mixed a great mother. She and I are very, very close. And she is now adopted my wife as her her new favourite. I think she had to choose between us, then she would kick me to the street real and she my wife real real buddies. Now. Inside. He is brought to you by fat scooters. 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But like do you my father was the opposite? My I was the product of my father's, second marriage. So he was was he was forty seven when I was born and I realized much later in life through stories from my half, siblings, who are much older than me. I realized he was already pretty deep into the bottle by the time I was once he was hallock. Yeah. Yeah. So you experience that you remember. Probably moments in your childhood, even, I mean thirteen you remember probably to your from your time, you're five to your thirteen on that, so you remember things and you're looking at right now, sort of, like I don't wanna talk about it. So it's like kinda see that thing on your on your face. Because I, I know you better about. I've gotten better about being able to talk about it formats, like this, or still, like it's, it's questionable about how much you want to get into. No look because we have family and yeah, I don't know. I it will look. I'm not saying, don't want us, it's just like it's, it's it's weird to suddenly be okay with talking about it. Yeah. I get the infra, many years for me in this, this is what the shows become for me is like I divulge so much information that's me. I'm not as private as I probably should be. But, you know, I talk about, you know, I sort of forgive. I'm forgiving person. My dad's even look I wasn't the best father. My mom said, I was in the best mother. And I'm like, look, I love you moving on. You know things happen the way they they're things that happened. There was some great moments. And, you know, I think if you just dwell on things, and you're like, oh, my childhood wasn't what I wanted it to be, or you don't become your own human being which you've become I've, I'm still trying. I think that you, you just like you know, it's, it's I think it's a cop out to blame to keep blaming at some point in your life. I have to just go. What's you? That's Karen that shit around me. Why am I wasting my life and I just listened this meditation this morning, and it was like the most profound little app, and it's ten minutes because my attention span is like a fruit fly and I press play. And he just says it's one thing that's the this'll be simple to most people. But to me, it sounded more complex, but he said try to enjoy life. Hang on. There's more. Stop trying to just get through it. And it I profoundly spoke to me and it just I don't know what it was. But it was like I feel like every day, how do we just get through this day? How do I get through life? How do I get through this? How do I make it through this thing? Instead of just going. Hey man, just be your stop stop just trying to get over with, you know, like this podcast. I want to be present with you wanna just like enjoy this moment. And then the next moments, the moment after that, that's why when I heard that you were doing a podcast it was like a light bulb went off. And I went, of course, that is exactly what Michael should be doing was so happy to hear that you're doing a podcast because you and me like yeah. We're, we're different. A lot of ways, you're much more outgoing I'm much more internal like we have different interests, as your goof-ball goofball. But we have a lot of similarities in the sense that maybe for different reasons. But I think it's difficult for both you and I sometimes to listen because we're self-centered fuck. Actors, I think a lot of people earned and this forces you as four ninety to listen the forces you, listen. I do one. And that forces me to listen. Yeah. And I that's the, the surprising thing that I got out of the process that I did not expect that is amazing. You're absolutely right. And you, you know what I'm learning more about humanity by doing this by talking to union talking to rob who says a few words every show were all damaged rawal human beings, that are flawed that are just trying to get through this thing. And how do we but, but having this moment with you were just a not thinking of, like, hey, I wonder if they responded in my tweet about funk in, you know, numbered Hitchcock's birds, you know, and it's also why you and I are probably more comfortable on stage, which is that weird that, that, that weird paradox that we experiences as real people who really actors and into this, for the right reasons, is, is that? At strange place that we can get into in front of thousands, and millions of people were more comfortable than less comfortable. That's a weird thing to experience, but it's, it's probably because it forces us into that place of, of, of presence. Why was your mother so good? What was it about her that made you who you are? It sounds like whoa. Without going to deep. It sounds like your mother was your savior in a way. I've just I'm just throwing that out there. My mother and I are complete opposites in so many ways she is really extroverted reckon tour. The most popular person in any community that she's ever lived in, she's she is not unknown to dance on bars. She's now, she's, she's a wild woman, and forces me, not to be so serious. But, but really the most important thing that you ever. Did was allow herself to be my best friend, especially after my father passed away, and it's probably one of the reasons I'm an actor is one of the things that we would do together as she would say, hey, do you wanna take a day off school is just go fuck around and we'd go to the antique malls? One of the things that she and I did together, as we, we, we would buy anti furniture, refinish it, and resell it. And then the end of the day, we'd always go to the movie plex, and we would just buy one ticket, and we go, and we'll just skip from theater to theater and just watch a bunch of movies back to back. And that's a, a love that we've shared for many years is I always ask her what she's watching on that flex, and sputtering apple TV when, in Florida and set it up for and had to train her how to use the thing inquisitor on it in the night filter q with all the movies that she hadn't seen yet. I think she should watch. And she's the toughest motherfucker I've ever met. She tell you exactly what she thinks once she thinks that she won't know filter. Yes, she has no filter. She's she's she's deadly honest. What? Does she might? She want always tell me everything if she thinks is going to bother me, or I'm busy after drag things out of her sometimes, but she's deadly honest about her opinion of my work, even there was something, obviously maternal, but, you know, some others when they lose their spouse can fold in a lot of ways they could be more distant. But the fact that she was she felt like do you think she felt like she had to like she really has to step up and sort of, like I have to take over and be his anchor. Yeah. Yeah. And to be there for me to really, you know, when I lost my virginity at was fourteen or fifteen she's held you. Eighteen thirty. She's who I told, you know, like, told your mom. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I my mom took me to get the condoms. And, and my mom just assume that I'd never get laid. That's pretty much she knew that I was, you know, I was an academic in school. I didn't have a ton of friends. I did have a small group of, of close friends, but there was a weird transition time in around puberty when my father passed away, and I think she knew that there were, like, lots of holes in my life, and that I needed a friend as well as a mother. I was going to tell you, because I listened to your interview with sorry, the ice skater who we met, Terrapins hair. We met, we met at the same time Rican, Mexican ex and that crazy crazy trip to Mexico's at Gary Busey. Yes, I was going to tell you, I ran into him again home. No got to crazier than he was. I don't want to say crazy like role crazy. I'm just saying he had a play put in his head. So he had a car or motorcycle accident would ever. So you're not just like obviously is a different person than he was before the motorcycle accident. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. A and he when we first got to Mexico. He hated me. He did not like me at all even didn't me do you remember what I thought I had heard. He was from Tennessee, and it turned out, he's from Texas, and that did not go over, well, so I'm from Texas, and they walked away so God. And then we had that a you I don't think you were there the opening night. But the opening there's this, like contests where you had to walk the you had to walk this lake shaky beam over the pool to try and grab this, tequila bottle of tequila, and I managed to do it. Right. And then I was like his best friend, and we all hung out. We went out every night and, and. Yeah. That time when we were at the club and we're standing in the circle with. I was like, oh, hey, you know, you'll mayor again kick your steel plate in my head. If you yell at me, get them knock you down. Gary nobody nobody yield in your ear. I was I was wondering. And he just goes on. Right. Come over here. We're not a circle prayer. Arnold thursday. No, we're not fucking sir. You crazy. Fuck what he said to Gary? So what's wrong with you? I was at a at a screening at the cinema society in New York. And there's Garib UC sitting on a couch outside the theater, and it was like he's never going to remember me. But all right. I got I got I got to try this. I gotta go. So I went over to Gary, and I kneel down next the couch. I say Gerry, you may not remember me Manson, but we were on that trip to, to Mexico together. I've never been to Mexico. And I was suddenly it was at alive like Gary Busey, doesn't remember he was in Mexico. Okay. So I, I, but no, you. But you you weren't. Nope. Nope. Never mexico. And we were hanging out and they mean Michael Rosenbaum, and Jonathan Silverman and Jonathan Silverman, which is. Which I have been to Mexico. Remember, John over. Was the trigger Silverman weekend at Bernie's, a single guy from my great guy, really? You should have him on the show man. And he's got little remarkable devil. We'll definitely do because I think he may have moved to Vancouver. He he, he was like a regular at the playboy mansion. Now. He married our friend, Jan lovely great. I got a cat. But speaking of the playboy mansion, your dad was an editor of playboy wise he was. So did he go to the playboy mansion? No. Because you gotta understand. So when my father I started working for playboy, okay, this, this is a good story. So my father, he was in the VA hospital during all of Korea with tuberculosis, and he'd been in World War Two, but he was in it was in the VA hospital. They're cutting out pieces of his long during Korea and all he had to do was play banjo, paint and fuck around. Right. So he read about this short story writing contest and the winner was going to be published in the first issue of this brand new magazine called playboy. And so he wrote a short story and submitted, and he won and he got published in the first issue playboy in they called him up and said, you can't enter any more of a contest because you've already won one. But when you get out of the hospital, we'd like to offer your job, so on a lark, nobody knew what playboy was was going to be on a lark. He got out of the VA hospital in Florida. And he moved up to Chicago and he actually had to drive a cab to supplement his income because they weren't making any money, there was just a half a floor of office cubicles in Chicago. And because my father had gone to an episcopal school they made him the religion editor because half was very smart. He saw, he knew that, that magazine was going to cause a controversy in rather than, invite a boycott. He wanted to invite a conversation, very smart. So my father was in charge in inviting the clergy to write articles in for a while. And I still have some of these, they would publish an aversion of playboy without the pictures for the clergy. And this, this started this, the playboy forum was was where anybody who wanted to submit idea on religion or morality or modern ethics could in this is obviously part of what helped to lead up to the sexual revolution and around that time around sixty eight I think the conversation kinda petered out and have had the idea for the pigskin preview. He's like we're men's magazines. We don't we don't have any articles about sports. We need one who knows here. Who here knows anything about sports, and nobody raised their hand. My father said why you know, I, I watched the games on Saturdays sometimes and he said, that's it. We're killing religion. You're taking college football go in my father freaked out because he isn't that he could never been a sports writer. He didn't. He was a biology, major. They learned Vaso yet what he did was well, this is very smart. I mean, he contacted every sports athletic director at every major program in the country, and he said, if you'll fill out this questionnaire, I'll get you subscription. So he ended up he knew who was gonna make grades who was a trouble who is who's getting in trouble, who was getting injured. And he ended up being the best football prognosticator in the business. Wow. Yeah. So as you're making pretty good money or not really. I mean, okay, we were upper class by crises, we moved down to Tennessee. When a when I was like three years old. Did you always want to be an actor? How did that happen? God, that's a good question. I mean it was really was in high school. Oh, yeah. So when I got to high school, I was miserable in junior, high the first junior had gone to horribly picked on. And then I went to the larger junior Heiner picked on beat up on a very late bloomer. You know I was the kid with braces and glasses. Got shoved in the trash cans at lunch, and I went and I transferred high schools in it took me while the realize I was I was not making very good grades. And it took me while realizes because as board because they realize all the best teachers like I was in advanced mathematics, but it was not an advanced anything else, and a realize all the best teachers were teaching the advanced classes. So when we at this time when you went from junior high to high school, and there was only one high school in the entire county, there was no system in place to look at your what you would take him beforehand. So you could take whatever you want it. So I just arbitrary. Early signed for every advanced placement course immigration proved and the people in his it was a much smaller group of students in these courses, and that became a group of friends, and they were all doing theater. And so I wanted to hang out with them more. So I did for a play they're doing twelve angry. Men. And I was cast as the guard perfect. And even though I had this like tiny little throwaway role. I remember the first time I walked on the stage for performance like it was yesterday. The feeling I mean energy, it was like it was that lightning bolt moment. They talk about when they talk about love at first sight, it was like being struck by lightning like you belong the. Yeah. I mean it was that clear. Wow. And so I had a talk with my, my wrestling coaches in those, like, look, I wanna do this rehearsal, sometimes conflict, and I was lucky enough to have a wrestling coaches who told me if this is what you wanna do you need to make that your priority. So I was able to do both and I joined the the speech and debate team and I did dramatic interpretation. I went to nationals my senior uses I applied to my father's own modern Swannee, which at a very small but very good theater. Apartment Tennessee Williams had left his entire state to the theater department. So they sent me to New York to study on financial aid for short time, which gave me which made me realize, I know nothing and if I want to actually this need to learn how to act, so I played to graduate school. And I got in AVI. Like, you know, when you talk about that, it's like if you everybody has like this one, teach, I guarantee, if I looked at rob, there was one teacher or couple teachers, you had the most success in a class because you've liked the teacher, you were interested. You just enjoyed being there at rob. I'm guessing teacher, like art teacher. You just felt like I like this. That was me, Mr. Morrow, Mr. Moore came in as a substitute teacher. 'cause someone lives in high school high school. And it was like all of a sudden, a C D student was getting a B in history because he was interested. And now the theater teacher she was just kinda like fun and laid back and we can do stupid things and read a couple of plays. And I was like, oh, this is kind of interesting. This is fun. And the more you'd have fun doing any fucking thing, the better you are. And that's that's life. I it was Randy and Glenda, Sullivan, Randy married couple, Randy ran the, the theater classes and the theater department and Glenda was actually Latin teacher. But she coached speech and debate after hours, all of the best influence that I got all the best encouragement, I got in the best early training, got was not during class hours. It was during the hours. These this couple was staying after school. Putting in the extra work. Because they loved their students, and they saw potential and they encouraged us to do this in lucky lucky enough. I had a mother who told me to do. She was she. She followed her passion as a professional golfer for a long time. And she told me to follow mine are you a golfer? No. But I also was not a good actor and I didn't thank God. I didn't realize it at the time, a go back and look at your some of my stuff I didn't high school is on tape and Olmec that Pat say something if I was bad, this, the reality, I did Greece in high school. I was kind of forced to do a play or they wouldn't let me take another drama class and drama, so easy that I took finally addition. And I got this part and I was petrified would happen was at the end of the play. Everybody comes out one by one and they clap, they applaud the I am I didn't have a huge part was Vince Fontaine, the DJ, and I remember I walked out and all of a sudden, this thunderous applause. Like I was one of the lead roles and it changed me I felt like oh my God. I belong this is me. Not being me as the best and I've talked about this, but kids go and do you're really funny, if I didn't get that response. Yeah. And that I play in that first part I was out. Yeah. I was out. And I was going to, like I can't do this. This is too scary. I was so scared. I still remember all my lunch and that play thirty years ago because it was so scared, and I still have that mentality of like Agata. No one got another lines. I gotta know. I put so much fucking pressure on myself that same thing happened to me. Man. I remember doing a presentation of part of one of our plays my senior year. I remember it was David Ford, the guy my nemesis in grade school, the guy that would constantly like low sucker me into fights, and, and he's bigger than me, and he was huge in high school. He was huge alignment, and he came up to me, and he was like you're really funny, man, you really good change your whole. Like that change. Maybe maybe I'm just still doing this to impress David Ford. I have no idea. I mean look you've worked with deniro. You've worked Anthony Hopkins, and I definitely want hear more stories about like deniro and shit. But like, like Star Trek this, this is like, in a way what I went through a small Ville, where it was, like, you know, Gene, Hackman play, you know, lex Luther you're gonna fail. You're on like there was so much. I mean there is pressure, but I didn't know anything about comic books and I didn't know really anything. I follow look look here. I hear all fan Goria magazines, arm books books on horror. And that's what I love. And so, I think it was my naievety or my ignorance of just not knowing or aware of how serious, this was where I was like, hey, I'll do this. I wasn't trying to emulate someone where I go, okay, I'm going to just read the lines almost headlines, I'm going to be real. I'm going to be grounded. I'm going to do those and I'm nervous shit, but whatever. Because really captain pike. Is. I don't know if you know this Raba captain pike is before, captain Kirk. They shot a pilot further original Star Trek. Right. And tell me if I'm wrong yet, but Jeffrey hunter Vizi actor, right? And then they recast William Shatner to play. Captain Kirk not captain pike. But captain pike was now a disfigured character in, like, well, they ended up using footage from the pilot and the pilot or a like flashback episode. Right. And called the menagerie in, so yes. So this angst Troy route offer really educating me on this whole thing pike is of all of the really revered Star Trek characters. He's probably the one that we knew the least about. But I when I dish, I had auditioned for the captain from the first season Lorca, and they'd hired Jason ISAACs in it was the right as where I'm I would surely was a fan of his, and so when they came back, the for the came to me for this role I didn't know what was dishing for that. It was called captain Parker in the sides, because there were keep. Everything undercover. Right. So when I found when I got cast found out, it was pike I was like, oh, guess better be good for somehow oh after doing this for so many years. I've kind of learned, what is going to help me and what's not going to help me. Let's not gonna help you being intimidated, or being starstruck or be feeling pressure or worrying about what other wondering what they're going to think. Yeah, it just doesn't serve me. So just knowing that, I guess, kinda let's lot of nerves go. But you say that, now I believe you first and foremost. But isn't there some of that you're saying it but there is a little bit of that just lingering in the back of your head deep there? You're like I'm saying and I'm going to meditate, and I'm confident and fuck this kind of, you know, you do you mentioned deniro before you know in like if you go, you look at that movie city, by the sea, I will readily, admit it. Some of my worst work. Ever and that movie because I was so intimidated by being on screen with deniro that I was afraid of moving a muscle that, that he didn't approve of not that he was dictating anything, but I was just scared shitless to do anything because I was afraid it would be wrong. And then when I saw that, and I was disappointed in my work was, like, okay interfere. I have to make decisions I have to make clear choices. I have to have a clear point of view. I have to decide what the role is for me. It's not doing you any good. Exactly. And then either as being starstruck, did he ever say anything like, oh, this is a great Anson. He's a heat. He's a real it. No, he's not like that. I mean, I'm sure he, he would he's, he's quite when he's at least when he's working his quite he's not a unapproachable, but he's does this internal. He's more internal than I am nice guy. Really, really lovely doesn't know guys when I did need to talk to him about something he was completely. They're really even brought even did the freshman thing of bringing DVD's for him to sign, you know, and he brought me into his trailer. And like can in the beginning and he was like, you know, ooh, that's daring, because I wake always wait to the very last day because I could just see him going asking me, you know, that's walking. But like asking me for autographs and like, you know, that could be like, I remember I told you the story of what's the guy who's the punisher the guy from Walking Dead? Great actor. Yeah. This guy went into deniro's trailer at the end and goes, hey. Just goes, I just want to say that your legend to me. And I really I just want to thank you, and the Niro's. You don't have to do this. Don't do this don't do this. It's like no, no. You don't understand. You have to let me say this. I want to get it out. And he's like, it's okay. You don't have to. And he kept going, and I go well, then it was great. Right. And he goes, no. I wish I never done that. Why did I do that? The moment was just like because they're like, hey, you're here. You've made it. I've done this before I went up to Sandra Bullock. And John said they were with I was talking to somebody, and they came up to me at the Laker game and Sandra because, oh my God. You're so funny and I'm like, oh, don't you see a movie. I was like, no I thought you in cribs. Then Kusak came by and all of a sudden on starch struck. Got Sandra Bullock. It's like two thousand early two thousands. Sandra Bullock and Kusak next to me, and I'd worked with because I gotta go. Hey, we did a movie too, and I just you could feel that I was a fan and I just can tell that they kind of like, okay. Started talking like excluded me in a in a nice way like we're and I walked away going, I don't belong. And that's part of my problem. I've always felt like I don't belong even though I feel like I'm good. I feel like I still feel like that's why ninety five sending my friends aren't actors they're like rob, who's a regular guy, or my friend, Tom. I just I intended can't live out here because it's just such a popularity contest happening in the background of things. I feel like it's high school. She. Yeah. And so my relationship with Los Angeles is so much better now that I don't live. Here I come in. Get my meeting. Schedule back to back. I see the friends. I wanna see like yourself I play around a Goff. And. Oh, see. I'm thinking that I wanna live in my office and the other thing in things that used to bug me about LA. Tell I now find trauma late last night, I was at the I was at the Beverly Wilshire. Right. I'm at the bar and of got like my. Drink in front of me. I got my papers spread out. And there's this piano player that singing strangers in the night, and he starts doing lounge Scott. You know what I'm talking about. He's raised. I'm not exaggerating. Zubi zoo Zubeidi Zubets, and he loved it. And then I'm thinking, you know, like a few years ago, if I still live here, it'd be like mother fucker, and now I'm kinda like this is this is exactly what Los Angeles should be moon. The guy sitting next to me in the sequin jacket is exactly the jacket. He should be wearing, you know, because it's, it's there is a wonderful kind of cool history about this town that I really dig. And I had lunch at the polo lounge, and now you're singing from the outside, right. Yeah. I got to I went and had lunch at the polo lounge with these guys. And, and it's just like you, you know, you're walking into history, and it's the same restaurant, it's been since the Burt Reynolds. I mean, since George Burns was their next, you know, his, his posse, and the pictures it's, it's just a it's it can be a really nice place. But you gotta know where to look also. Yeah. And Zach Zach leave my buddy. He's, he's namedrop but lives in Austin. Yeah. And he says it just changes your whole perspective and changes your life. I think maybe I eventually should probably move. There's a lot of lot of actors and do the issue we have. There's no yeah. Get out of here. There's no income tax in taxes, which is why a lot of them have actually a song. There's no income tax in Texas, e kind of flows. Yeah. So what are you, you obviously going to say, yes, but you're proud of Star Trek discovery. Yeah. You loved it was. I mean I came to as a fan. I you know, the original series was in syndication on my local UHF channel when I was like eight, and they would run them every Sunday night. Six o'clock, and they ran for several years is seen every episode favorite episode. Well, my favorite episode of the original is probably the I forget the name of the episodes, the battle with the Gorn, Kirk has to figure out how to make gun powder, and the Gorn with the with the bamboo. I like the Momo Spock goes on that leg. They on this planet where the flower something makes him just all happy lost in love. Go ahead. But my favorite episode of Star Trek in general has got to be from the next generation. I think it's called the inner light, but it's the one where they find this space probe floating in the middle of the universe in and. A beam comes through the ship in it knocks him unconscious. And he wakes up, and he's a different person on a different on a planet with a family in a whole history. And then he sort of gets lost in this problem. They have with the environment and trying to fix it. And he goes through this whole livening becomes an old man, and he's got grandchildren. And then he they send off the, the probes to find to, to let people know that they were once there and then he dies and he wakes up on the bridge, and it's been five minutes unconscious, did you cry. And in e almost they capture the probe in the enterprise, and they open it, and there's a flute inside and he had learned to play flute in his dream on picks up the flute and he starts playing the rob is so bored now because he doesn't know one fucking thing. I didn't watch our trek now twenty nine thirty. Yeah. But it's, it's a huge thing. A true fan do you are. Do you ever find yourself in there like action? Do you ever go look? Do you ever jump into a Kirk you have to Vermont? No, no. I kind of stole a little bit of his swaggers way that he sits in the captain's chair. Really? Yeah. And I had dinner with Shatner month or two ago and we just talked about horses. He's a horse guy, that's, that's all he's in, you know, my favorite movie of his watch kingdom of the spiders, small town, where the spiders, tarantulas, just invade my favorite. So no, he's to watch the Camacho house all the time when I'm trying to get them. I'm trying to get him on my podcast. Yeah, I just wanna I don't wanna talk to him about acting or Star Trek. I just wanted to talk about worse. I think the Barilla's. Yeah, yeah, well, that's the way my podcast does. Yeah. We don't want something our guest is not our guest on our show. Our guest is, how our guest thinks creatively or what is it that they go to that's their that's their source for creative energy or how do they force themselves to think outside the box. That's all we wanna know about. I just get tired of I don't know. I don't wanna hear interviews with the same questions or you know, and it can be a little bit. It can be a little bit difficult interviewing celebrities because I think that we get used to just assuming that were interesting. Well enough for me as it's not that, you know, I always talk about, like, actors and stuff. It's like, you know, for that moment when I just saw you in that was interrogating, you. But I saw this vulnerability in you and this way you looked at me in the beginning of our conversation when we talked about your data a little bit. And there's like there's certain trigger points, where I feel like you get to really know someone what they went through. And like I saw your eyes light up when you talked about your mom and the things you would do together, and to me, that's what this is about. This is about like, hey, how'd you find happiness? When you face such diversity when you were growing up, we all face, it versity some less than others. But how do we get through it? Your mom helps you get through your she's proud of you. She loves you. She's hard on you. Because she loves you. And you know, it's like you find that special person that, you know, we all hope that we had that one person that helps us get through it, and there's always a couple if you don't have a couple of fans, whether it's in the casting director who believes in, you know, other fucking casting director does. And I have that or my grandfather, who was like a father figure who now has Alzheimer's. And it's like the worst thing in the world. Oh man. Because yes, this could just be a regular like, you know, it'd be all about Star Trek and hell on wheels. And I you know, we touch on that stuff, but I wanna know does Anson mount get nervous for every take are you confident so confident now that you don't get nerves anymore. Speaking, what you just said. You know my stepfather is going through that right now. And we just had to place him in a memory memory care facility. And that was that's been an interesting process. It's, it's so hard incredibly. It's not like death. It's a it's a it's, it's almost more difficult in, it's a slow death. Yeah. And it's scary because there, but for the grace of God go, we, it could be our future. Yeah. Well, you know, I always say that my grandmother had Alzheimer's, my grandfather, now's Alzheimer's, her son. You know, Magadan my family to my dad, and my brother and I all like shit. What's going to happen? And so we're like getting more blueberries and eating more gingko below or just. Fucking Mediterranean diet, my friend. That's what they say. I, I got my I did. My genetic testing offend on one of the two markers for early onset. Alzheimer's really doesn't mean I'm going to get it. But I'm it means I'm somewhat more likely to get it. So the one thing that all the doctors can't agree on is shift to a Mediterranean diet. Really? Now, I do if I do red meat, it's once a month, so chicken rice beans. Blotted fish? Rodney here this line as all of you oil, can, we do this together. The diet is Diane. How do you deal with anxiety? How do you deal with pressure on yourself? How do you deal with a balance in your life? With your your wife, who you know is the light of your life. How do you balance your work your life and not letting Zaidi consume? You had you getting Zaidi? Do you do anything about it? You take any pills, or you just kind of a natural guy. Do you. You don't need sleeping pills. I mean, because that's like the story of Hollywood. Right. Right. I don't know. Man, I, I know that I'm, I'm best when I'm busy, I learned some time ago that for the sake of my own sanity in this crazy up and down business that we have in the job insecurity. We have that the one thing I need consistently in my life is that I need to be creating all the time if I'm not creating a doesn't need to be acting if I'm not creatively doing something every day, something's wrong. So hence the podcast. Hence my writing Hansa show the show trying to sell my own stop. You know, just just a I, I do know that, that, that I need to feel productive. Marriage is a very new thing. We just got married a little no less than a year ago. You know, she's very busy too, because she decided to go back to university, she's finishing up. The semester, but the balance thing is going to be a question Mark that we're going to have to tackle together because, as you know, this thing this job puts us in success puts us on the road, quite a bit. Yeah. And thank God, I have a wife who's patient with that and is supportive of that and is. He she she gets. She gets the she knows which exact Tyson as well. Right. Absolutely. And she's a very strong, self sufficient, independent woman. So it's it's been it's been really good work life, balance with her so far. You know, kids. I'm sure we'll change that somewhat. But that we got a few years to go before we get there. We're going to try to get all the traveling out of the way. I look at you and I still think you're pretty sensitive person. Do you do you cry a lot? I say that because I, I just cried at this movie the writer, I d. Oh, yeah. And see that. No, I have on my God. This is the best move the year and no one knows about. I my I think my wife will say that I cry what I'm, I'm I can be quite an emotional person. I think more so than I used to, I think had a big blocks can st- that I was always intimidated. When I had to be a. Tional in the scene because I didn't know how and finally just whatever is going to listen to the person in front of me. And see what happens. Yeah, I can be. I can be a big softie. Yeah. I like that. I just lost a dog re we don't even go there and that was hardest thing I've ever had to do in my life that your child man is really hard for us in kids dares Canadian, but she's in the United States and under we're, we're in the middle of green card application, so she couldn't come to where I wasn't Canada. So you were alone during to be there. It was harder for her. I think because she had you know, we had to go in and have it done. And she had to watch on FaceTime was very. Oh, yeah. Can you imagine my dog Irv is getting quite old? And it's like I see him slowing down. And you know, you try to be sensitive time, sometimes he's now barking incessantly, and I'm like, where did this come from stop and you get annoyed, and you're like, dude? He's aging. You just got to. Well, look man. This has been incredible. Where can we find you on Twitter at Anson mounts? And my podcast is the well pod. It's. The wellpoint, right. The well public you could find it on what I tune Stitcher. Any, any place you download podcasts were all over the place. Check it out. Guys, check it out. Anson's a fantastic Instagram. Same thing. You an Instagram where the well podcast, but I'm at Anson mount and where we find Star Trek discovery that is CBS all access pretty fantastic. I'm going to check it out. You guys should definitely check that out and Simao. Thank you for being side of you. There's been a real treatment. I learn more about you. I've known you for twenty years, and I learn more about you today. Then I think I ever it's good to see. It's been too long. It is buddy much love to.

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248: Psychedelics (w/ Jacob Wysocki)

High and Mighty

1:01:37 hr | 1 year ago

248: Psychedelics (w/ Jacob Wysocki)

"This is a head gum podcast. I might welcome back to another episode of High and Mighty. It's me. Your boy can't do that while h h the number one boy johnny joining me as always in the high and Mighty Studios Silent Co host. Arthur GABOR'S ARTHUR. Give them a shout out about infant him. Holy Shit. My Eyes Are Tearing Mission Accomplished also joining me in the high eighty studios longtime comedians donor. New Newly podcast Jacob Weiss Sake. Oh Wow that's the moment I realized as Mike have. I said his name allowed in front of him. Yeah we like it's actually we you nailed it. Thank God you nailed it. It is a fanatic one. Yeah it's not people butcher and they butchered it my whole life. I remember like soccer tryouts and Shit. The coaches would have to call and be like I alerted. Looks like I'm going to be coaching Jacob Ricky Ski and you're not even trying I think it's like it looks hard. I'm out. Yeah and that's like nowadays now that like it's not just white kids like if you're having a hard time with wieslaw hockey yeah you're GONNA be fucked going. Gabor's six letters long people say it wrong all the time and you get I get grapes and Garbis. So much would you. If you said Gabbana's your that's completely correct. Yeah you know what I mean like. I wouldn't be like no you idiot like reading it phonetically but grab it. Got a rush greatest. Yeah people be. We'll just see my name. Don't immediately recognize like white socks. Don't immediately recognize it. W S K Scott moving on. He's got a normal first name. Let's stick with that that's like well. That's the other thing the curse of being Jon Jacob or Josh. Any one of those names in the eighties and nineties is like you end up being called by your last name. Or you're just like Jacob W yeah I W and I think I was like I was lucky enough. There wasn't a lot of other Jacobs but as soon as I started doing like the stuff for just like being in areas where they're just your high school. It was like big time Weiss hockey. It's just easier yeah. Also there's something about if you're a big dude and do you go by your last and your last name is something. That has onomatopoeia feelings to it. Like WHY SAKE? And it's got words you recognize and cool sounds ends up being like what's up. Why shocking I don't mind it now. It's better than like big man. You mean what? Every bouncer is called me my entire life. So big man. You're twice my size. I feel like it's a term of endearment when it comes from a bouncer a fellow big person. I don't mind yeah. I like I gave the last half marathon I did. There was another dude of size there. Maybe maybe bigger than me. Maybe not weighed more. Like I wasn't going to get into with him because he seemed a little more sensitive than me but I was just like saw this fellow big dude about the run. Thirteen miles was like. Let's do this where the big man and I don't know if he's ever been called a big man. I think I was like. Oh Shit I fucked up my bag. I spun them for a second dude. It's US we're three hundred pounds. Were running a half marathon. Give us a fucking credit. And he's up for us big man and I was like Oh. He doesn't categorize himself as that or other. People don't I wonder I think there's an element to some heavy set. People who are like did not heavyset is like the best way. I use my favorite word to describe People like US thick boys Husky Husky men girthy men. I think there's some people who haven't come to terms with it. I'm not necessarily happy with the way I look but I am completely similar. I am not a liar. I'm not going to be like no. You can't do Jack big bone bone. I'm sure I actually do have big bones off so fast Julie believe I have big bones but I'm also overweight. I've checked my wrist. It seems pretty appropriate. Proportionate my femur dude got away yourself in water so you know how much femurs way viscosity thin volume. But I'm always torn by comedy dudes specifically who are overweight. Who are not cool about hearing about that you know. He's very bizarre. It's rare I say it's rare. It always makes me feel the the hardest thing I ever learned. Getting into comedy was that not. Everyone was like the funniest dude on their in their frat version of comedy like theater kid comedies. There's like weird like quiet. Smart kid comedy. I thought everyone was just like they're like me and I'm like yeah right. We're a couple of fat folks and someone's like what are you talking about my third. Yeah you don't want to get into this. I immediately assumed everyone else's issues are mind which is the ultimate form of Narcissism. It's also it's not necessarily narcissism all the way where it's like normalize my experience. Let's take a second and be like you like to eat a lot of fast food to in like we can talk about it for five minutes or whatever and now you're normalizing me as we look the same I can you relate to. Yeah please you eat most of your meals alone because you prefer the lack of judgment okay. Okay good to know that there's different fact guys out there. We've got all kinds of energy but the topic we wanted to land on which is something that's newly near and dear to my heart. You mentioned psychedelic. Yes and as I'm been fucking I'm modeled this podcast pretty much off of Joe Rogan's Braga having done a psychedelics. I was very surprised to hear that you haven't and it made me even happier that it's like something new to you because I think that's a great thing to explore and insurance for the first time like when I had just turned thirty five. Okay how much did you do? I did enough that I tripped. You'd like visually trip. I did like I wasn't like fully like full odd visuals but you know what was that. What was that? Yeah sort of that? And then the second the second time I was at Bonnaroo and I didn't get to full on like like vision. The way people sometimes described like acid. Trips or yeah. Did you get any like wall breathing? The first time I did mushrooms the way I described it was I immediately felt like I got so like I was laughing and then I got to feel truly like us on the bottom. We were walking through a desert trail me and my friends and I truly felt like I was on the bottom of the ocean like it was like all dried out. Yeah Holy Shit. I was like walking slow and interacting with people that weren't tripping ran random group of hikers past us and you know like speaking gibberish. Or whatever so I felt it and I felt fucking crazy and yeah we did trip shit like set up cameras and like throw glow sticks into the night sky and film it and slow Mo I was like we were actively I was. I was camping for the first time doing mushrooms for the first time doing this weird like Joshua tree like big bear. Great Bear Bear Mountains. New York Bear big bears. Yeah like big bear. Yeah and were you with a smaller group of cats. That's the I think honestly like the perfect number. Three three little deviants is the way to do well because yeah you want like everyone on board you want. Yeah it's as I think a big thing everybody says about psychedelics set and setting. And that's like who you're with what the plan is and where you are and if you try and trip and there's one person that's not it's off and you don't get to like you don't ride it the same way. That's why I think it doesn't work as like a Bachelor party thing unless you're friends are exclusively kind of like crunchy people and that you're like yeah my brother-in-law's not gonNA participate. But he's very laid back. Yeah because Vegas is one of those equalize a Vegas vacation. It's like that's an equaliser bachelor party because it's like yeah some of us don't really gamble but probably everyone has a couple of drinks forever on. We'll go out to a restaurant. Yeah but the thing is always just like yeah. My cousin. Who's Oh groomsmen is GonNa try it for you like this. Sounds terrible the more people you add the more room for error in and you start adding some people. It's like oats is first time. Or there's so many variables to begin with. Yeah and then adding like every variable you add is like a butterfly effect. Like exponential of like. Oh this guy's coming. It's his first time. He could have a bad trip I can. He cannot get high he could be this type of person. Like Oh fuck dude or they I should just say chicks trip out and fucking road to ruin Shittu. They did it wrong to say. Hey say they chicks also fuck shit up? But it's small crew is one hundred. Yeah in the movie. Mid Somare they do the best representation of when he's I have no new people. No more new people when the. Why can't we all just sit here together? That's the most mushroom. Trippy thing I've seen played well in a move movie. Did it perfectly in the visual representation? I think is like absolutely what's going like the light tree movement plan just a little bit of Kinda Groovy swashbuckling or breathing. Breathing before yeah. Is that what you meant by that? Yes you start breathing one of the wall former brother Walgreens. No I guess that yeah. The Wall breathing is sort of like pulsating. Yeah yeah that's fucking rules it's interesting. I don't WanNa be the guy that guy who stone pockets going to fuck and heartbeat of the universe's fucking excite. It's interesting about it rocks Ya. I think he did it. It's so good that you're outside the first time I know I know so many people who tried at a house party and then they never try it again because they had bad time. And I'm like you're you're missing the the real magic which is like doing mushrooms outside like talking to a tree. Your cactus magic is in the drug in this case. I feel like the unlike other drugs like you need. It needs to accompany something like mushrooms is the plan you don't put else you don't like you're like. Oh we me and the boys together. We should smoke weed. You're like okay. Yeah it's fine but then what are we ordering food? We get stoned. We're going to play cards. We're getting stoned. We're going to Jane but then it's just like no man. You do mushrooms and it's like who cares. We're not playing poker and cards will seem ridiculous right now. I think with like rules and focus be so I'm so new to it too. Yeah do you. Do you want to go deeper? Like I am going to ask it in two ways. Do you WanNa do it again and do kind of the same dose you did or do you want to like push both both because I I do. I feel I feel safe now. Having done it twice I ate chocolate. One time and then stems and caps and other time one time in like as controlled situation. Besides the fact that it was camping was like my two of my closest friends. Who've done it before yes and then the second time I did. It was just at Bonnaroo with a bunch of Comedians who had kind of New York and I still manage. There's so much sensory at those kind of places that you're kind of alone even if you were were with all those people I won't point. I have a distinct memory of like come on. Eminem is playing. We gotta go. You said you guys wanted to go see 'em and I'm like well. Whatever around like eight of us on the floor and the woman who's in charge of getting comedy talent. Come on guys and I'm like okay. This is fun. This is manageable. Yes we're having a good time. We're a little like extra stoned right. You can get up and go do the wiki yet. But I wanna I I kind of want to push through Google deeper and get to the point where I'm like Holy Shit. I need to hold onto the chairman because getting while I think I think that's like if you have the curiosity I always tell people like to push it 'cause I've been I've done I've been doing since I think I was like twenty four. The first time I did I did in eighth which is like a pretty high dose right point five grams and I tripped hard saw angels and like was like doing the classic like making friends with things like blades of grass. Like you're my blade of grass. Now I will take you forever and and Dat felt like light because it was my first time and nobody told me that that was like a pretty heavy dose music festival and we went and then I did like less of a dose on. I was like Oh this is tight because I'm not. Yeah like I can pop around. I can look at somebody and talk instead of just be like fully. I heard you can like set a designation and possibly get there like something that would go off as you get a little bit like everything about like. We always like wild. Get to and do what I ever have to do. Yeah yeah if I'm high as fuck with mushrooms you're like all right. I think if I get any more fucked up than I am now. Someone needs to like keep an eye on me to be. Yeah which I want to say is not necessarily true because I've tripped like very high doses alone and with people and you as long as you're choosing to like sit somewhere we're not gonna hit you. You're always going to be fine. That's what I mean more by keeping me. I'm in a safe environment whether it's like my beach chair like saying somewhere like lounging around. You've got it all right. Well all have to do now is get to the other side of Griffith Park and I'll be safe with my friends and cold drinks. I'll be like that might not be the best move for me. Yeah wait till I get there. Eat these super when I start to feel Jovi Newburgh from highland park to the Bourbon back. I'll figure out how metro card I might as well use the metro today trip on high. I WANNA be friendly. Yeah man but I think I think you gotta try the bigger dose because like I was thinking about mushrooms is like nobody ever explained to me what they did their hard. It's a hard thing to explain to people that haven't done it right. Because there's like these preconceived notions but I feel like there's just like this little door and open it and you go. Oh I get it now and then you close the door right. There's there's a different zone beyond this door and it's fun and it's delightful door -nology going. Yeah I just do a little bit. Maybe get to listen to the door and then go greasy out there. Cool out here outside this door. Rv ones opened the door. And then there's his kick this bitch down. Yes I hear. There's a door on the other side of that room. Let's get in there. And see what's fucking. Oh and it's just another room. It's so many doors. It's just too many doors. I feel like you'd be very good at being able to take the higher dosage to because you're very comfortable with who you are and like. I think you know what you're doing for the most part like with your trajectory of being person right that you're not going to be like actualize. Yeah you're not going to be like who am I right because like you will die like bill experience some version of dying and you have to figure that out. I just picturing it's me you like five foot. Four hundred forty pound person where I at a Bachelor Party a couple of things you shouldn't do. You will die. Let's party wait. What cannonball like right outside of something you guys should know district just a little quick little refresh like to give you will die. You will experience death in some capacity and I don't know how you might cold you might leave yourself. This is a fucking Tedtalk side. You will a little Magnolia headset. You're being superstar. Yes they're going to be reborn as angels in a new World War some trust me trust. Just listen how my voice is confident you will die will will die but what you found that. Like Mega Mega dosing. But more than micro tripping on mushrooms was there was nothing you've never felt that scary side of it that you hear about I've had bad trips. But the reason they were bad I changed the set and setting. Or they're just like little moments that I got through and those are all lower doses like those. Were all like a gram between a grandma and in eighth anytime I've done I've done like two big ones like a five and then it was like five or seven. Didn't wade out just like Kinda split a big bag with with somebody and both of those times are you'd say Gary does not want me like that man sitting here quietly. All the weirdest thing about this regard is deal. Gary Busey was in the room not saying he gave me a drive drive over man. He's up this way and those are just a big with one other person and those are like super intense and maybe some people would be scared but for me. It's just like after you kinda go through that like ego death and you just Kinda like are gone you just something else somewhere else. But that's what you're pursuing a way too so it's not as like yes. I wear when I talked to my wife about psychedelics. She's like oh I just don't like the idea of like breaking reality of Mike. Well yeah then. That's probably not a drug for you. Yeah I on the other hand completely comfortable with not fully understanding. What's real and what's really. Yeah and so that was never came into play and then that's why I was so comfortable the first couple of times I've done them and I'm like yeah I might as I can go harder now. I feel like relinquish control. You're going to be really good with psychedelics. You know if you can't you're going to be really good at cocaine. No if you're a Taipei person you're probably not going to be really great at trip right. You Know Right. Yeah. I don't think I'm great coke. I don't think I know for a fact I'm not built for cocaine and my heart can't do it. It's as simple as gambling. One Time said to me he's like don't fuck with that. He's you know what it does to people like us. Yeah people I guess. He's like fat comedians and fucking kills all. Just stay the fuck away last amount. Stick to your fuck and stick to the rivers and the lakes that you're used to. I don't have you fucked with psychedelics. That our people say are strong in the mushroom because people will say dun acid. I've also done D. M. T. Yeah that was the one I was gonna ask now whereas 'cause you're usually someone who's Dundee. Mt In one minute of talking about doing mushrooms is like yeah. Yeah Yeah Fuck that. I done the fucking God molecule for so. But I appreciate you not getting to that. Do you prefer the showroom trip I do? Yeah Yeah I think it's just better to climb up with it and it's kind of like to beat super hippy. Dippy about it like the mushrooms like start on the ground. And you're you and then you like kind of go into the ground and then the mushroom grows up right and get some knowledge or whatever And so you're doing it with it and it's not immediate right went into media adding to the high as EMT. I did it twice. It was immediate and violent. That's that terrifies me. Like the idea that you like instantly like you smoke it or drinking or whatever and instantly you're just like that's fucking while it's nuts. I went to this. Like hippy chick. Who had it and I like went into her house and it was like a temple like emt temple and she like played some sound things like cleaned my energy and like did. Palo Santo and was like. Are you ready? And she's like I have to clear your eyes I she's like I'm GonNa put this dropping your is. It might be a little discomforting. Feel free to yell if you want. She put this shit. It was like Mace so she maces ME I. I'm screaming I'm like you've blinded me and then I'm like I can't believe I'm about to smoke drugs with this woman so we smoke one version of D. N. T. and it was like truly like my body just shattered and then and then it was like pure geometric visuals and then I like immediately zoom back to my body and it was nuts and pretty hard to explain and the whole time. She's like shaking like crow feathers in the room in Shit but that was like that was a crystal GMT. And then she was like I want you to try this and it was crystal. Gmt mixed with like the two things that make Iowa Oscar. Okay Okay and then so I smoked that and then she proceeded to choke me out where she went. The best way for this to be effective is it stays in your lungs for really long time. And so she liked covered my mouth and my nose and wouldn't let me breathe in and so I'm like truly with like a full of. Emt Yes she. Then she slaps the covers on your hold your hit I fall I fall back and then I just like truly die feel. It started my feet and I'm going cold and everything's just going cold. It feels like everything stopping to work lasting. I feel on my lips. I'm zoomed out here. This crazy ass like waiting room alive. People describe this waiting room. It's very common this. This is the thing that gets me going off on a fucking weird tangent is the idea of how similar so many people's nightmares so many trips are so many people's near death experiences are that that's the shit that scares me so much that it's like it it's gotta be for a reason. I can't explain it. I'm GONNA pretend that I get it right right. If there's a commonality there has to be a connection what is it what is it no idea? Yes at all weird subconscious shit or is it just like is it movies implanted in all of us. Learn from watching shit over gains while the other thing is that these these near death experiences and these massive whose nations and these night terrors are all also have plenty of parallels with how people describe abduction crazy element to where it's like chicken egg or aliens trip and US and US or are we. No one's getting abducted by aliens who everyone just having trips that we're not necessarily in control choosing to do with the moment because your brain is as as if you do d. m. t. or mushrooms. You learn what your brain is capable of like what what triggers that without having to eat mushrooms at some point and we all have the same experiences and senses so why would it be any different visually and our minds or whatever or the only words we have is like it was a thing and it took me right right. Yeah sure that is like the most. I don't know what happened. But it's something at me and took and what is that sound on jump back so I'm sorry you said so in a waiting room. Yeah I get like I D- I die and I shoot out just beyond all this shit. I'm in this waiting room. It's like pristine white marble and then this giant ask. Snake woman like an anthropomorphic. Snake woman. A Babe Hot. I figured Commander Girl Walk. Yes Sir pen. Tor shake off sick and the snakes. Like hey you didn't smoke enough can't let you go any further. It's pretty cool. It's pretty cool if you go further but I can't. You just didn't do enough. I'm super sorry. You'RE GONNA have to wait in this room for a little bit and then you're GonNa go back. Everything's cool so just go check out the room. Oh I get going like that. Was the vibe like just very soft and easy and like human. Well here's why your fucking door analogy came in so hard early because this now you're in the fucking inside one room. You're being told that if you were you had gotten higher. You would see what's inside. This is this room exactly and then you know I look around. And it's just like geometric things shifting and moving around and then I came back back to my body and there she is shaken the leaves and the Crow's feathers shit and it was just situation. I have never come across it again and I don't particularly want to experience that woman ever again right right. She was weird in blinded me for like ten minutes thing and you. What was the purpose of that? Do you think or did you ever tell you? It was some sort of Amazonian tree excretion but not a sap and it's connected to the Iowa Oscar routes. It grows in the same area and she was like it's clinically. Used to like help with coma and treat cataracts can improve your vision. But it connects you to is to your third is so you're too is GonNa see what your third. I can see fucking pepper spray. Yeah it was probably also right to blind you before you do d. m. t. so that you have to absolve yourself like your own eyesight like yourself that level of input. You're not you're not processing any visuals. Yes so you're just completely inside at that point and I would be. You could say that's opening the third eye or in a more productive way. It's closing your regular. Yes I'm left to darkness. You're left to fucking make up what it looks like dude. That's so fucking. By the way the the fact that was that in Los Angeles of course California. She's like I went to this woman's House G. Guy has a temple setup and you gave me like three different types of drugs. Yeah did you. Did you do that for a reason? I know some people like do that. Shit I that's my fear is like sorry to jump on the Gopher I ask you a question but jump on the answer but I'm a big fear is like do something like Iowa and I'm like a fundamentally different person on the other side of it. Yeah like scares me and I think that's a really legitimate concern because especially with Wasco a lot of people do have these big things and they really switch it up. Yeah and that's scary like that's scary just on. I think like a human level out of and be like dude. I can't believe I was trying to be married. But yeah it's like it's like oh no one of my shooting myself in the foot here for fucking Iowa Pasco. Yeah I mean. I don't know what those people are like. I don't know if there is like secure as maybe people like you or I would. That would be my hope. I had that thought with mushrooms because I saw a lot of people do them. And then they started wearing tie-dyed shirts and like wearing Pachulia and also quite. I want to be that kind of Hippie right and I did them and I was still the same guy but I was a little more like yeah vibes and it was more anything. Just like my own thoughts in my own interpretations. I didn't like get Puka shells right right. So I think I've said this before on high and mighty and I'm GonNa say it again I'm bringing Pook is back in twenty twenty telling you I'm going to start rocking bookish. Fucking it's dying. 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I want the fucking beach bomb life so bad. Oh it's very attractive to attract and it really feels like something you could pursue and like in entertainment and just be like. I hope I just make enough money by the time. I'm like fifty five that I can down shift to like the low low budge lifestyle. Yeah I'm like in a Condo in Redondo beach and be like I don't even have fucking ever put shoes on in a week. You know what I mean and I just react I just oh shit. Broad got forty dollars worth of fucking residuals. Just finally arrived. It's like dude longboard down to the big five fucking Quad Bird. Like kids are like eight. You I'm imagining I. Before I become a beach try to launch a real adult man's life. Yeah you like I'm GonNa get this established so I can check out and it's not as severe. I just want to be a bad so I love that for you. Do that for you man. That's GONNA be awesome. Those kids are gonNA turn out fine. Yeah they're gonNA be cool man. They're going to be even funnier now. 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Am and like you need the you get. The energy is not bad like me absolutely. Yeah I think it's a cool time minutes very different than any of the other psychedelics. It's way more like you WANNA trip out. He wants to be wild mushrooms. Teach me and EMT's like you've never thought this was true. Acid is where a computer now. Mushrooms is like let me teach you. Dmc's like you teach me teacher for the teacher now off the is had least. Have you done acid now? I've never done. Acid bonnaroo would be like a perfect place for right V. Like ten hours of moving around. Yeah and you're like I can't even feel my feet. Let's go get can you? Can you like make conscious decisions on acid? Can you year way more in control? Yeah way more in control and like I've done two tabs before where I was like accidentally high for like twenty two hours and I still at the end of the day was like you know I was able to go get food just like it was a thing where it was just like. It was more the mental part of acid head stuck around where it's just like you think you know all the answers and you're like just thinking so fast and you're like I'm figuring it all out and that just I just had that but I was like drove and got a Burger and was like dad. This is just forever now drugs and fucked up and it's forever but it eventually went away to be like I'm having a conversation with you. I'm GONNA clue in and it's not gonNA be overwhelming and we're going to chat I'm GONNA stare at the buildings. Whoa look at the move right. Stare at this light. Look at that. Wow but you're not like being pulled against your will like yeah. No maybe if you do a huge huge doses right. I think you're way more in control interesting interesting. Mushrooms always appealed to me the most because it felt like all you hear about mushrooms is like it's like eighty five percent positive and then like small percentage of just like. I had a bad trip. And that's the extent like yeah. Everyone has some story where it's like. My cousin did acid and fucking drove his car through the mall. Or whatever you know but no one has like a yeah. My uncle did mushrooms. Any never was the same. There's no like super bad story about. Yeah you're right and then I think if you miss fire on mushrooms it's like less of a binary than a lot of other drugs too where you're like. I didn't fully trip. But if you if you don't fully get to tripping on mushrooms you're probably having one of the best like sort of we'd adjacent highs. Yeah because then super giggly fucking drug. I've ever done. You're just you're Joe View. Your child like and you just having a good time. That's right that's why people are like I'll just do a little bit. It's like taking a small amount of molly or something but it's natural right. The microdosing things to me is just like it seems to make so much insane sense that it's like if you can manage like I can manage being stoned all day long and do my my exact career. I don't get high if I'm ever like shooting something because I'm just like I want to be as good as possible. I probably would be you know not like way. Worse is not that good situation where I'm like fuck my acting needs to be on point but I never had that moment where I'm like but I still don't fuck around so like I and I can pretty much handle being high. Feel like just like if I had like however I could like micro does. The where we're just sort of like a like a steady drip day and throughout the day just to keep that background. Smile like the What do they call it like the brain hug or the brain smile like the one that you're not showing but it just everything feels a little bit so like the fucking idea microdosing. Mushrooms sounds amazing. It's really like I've done it more like in a party way where it's like. I'm going to hang or we're GONNA go dancing and it's like I'll take a little bit of mushrooms. I'm not going to see anything visual. I'M NOT GONNA get heady but I'll just be like. Yeah Yeah Yeah while you're drinking and because I did that in Vegas this last time I was there. I like eight like a small piece of mushroom chocolate and I I was fucking like loving tearing up laughing at dinner just was just losing my shit like this is a fucking great. We don't have that like pressure like can go eat dinner. If you micro right right right you know like I should be outside. Why am I inside? What's inside like yes? Shrooms in Vegas did not ever sound like a good parent but I think on the other side. There's like people who do it during the day. Creativity and stuff and I've I've tried it. I don't like stick with it. I'm not going to pretend like. I can be an advocate for it or anything but it's nice right. Go for a walk. You're like I should go for a walk outside. You're like oh I wouldn't have gone for a walk. I'm GonNa do that thing. I'M GONNA finish that dumb character because I feel inspired and switches up your even if it's even if it is like Like you're tricking yourself by saying like well if I do get ideas and then you do shrooms and you don't get ideas but it makes you be like I should fuck it. Come up with something. At least you're thinking about instead of being like Matt whatever. Yeah I used to be like. I can't right until after you get some can't smoke weed until after you get some writing done and that just didn't work forever and I'd be like fucking quick smoke. I'll just smoke weed then. I started being like all right now. You can smoke weed then right then. I start smoking weed and not writing. I gotTA figure this balance out and I was like got. It never tried to write. All you gotTa do is make that decision. Well now now smoking weed on acting. I'm all in let me. I'm not gonNA write a website. I'M GONNA shoot a web series. Now Fuck Fuck that. I'm gonNA take a hit. A blunt put it down your fifty one years old any day. Now someone's going to be calling a beach house. We're doing psychedelics. Episode Twelve so. I'm trying to synthesize D- have you done five G. L. S. D. In the air. That's the one thing too is like some of it gets too technical for me and it's like why are we doing science with their drugs? That's I get the appeal but for me I'm just like I want to be a little more dingy and just like here you go kid. Yeah that's to me the appeal of the mushrooms thing too because then it starts to also feel like when you get handed mushrooms. Rather than pills solvents or whatever even with like I stopped like really vaping in smoking wax and Shit because I started to feel like what am I even like? I don't even though you learn about how any of its made if it's made inequality way it's all fine. Say That but for me I was just kind of like the original appeal of weed was that was a plant that you can see you. Just burn and breathe it in you feel better and I'm like okay. Let me back up towards. So that's I feel like mushrooms gets gets saved under that umbrella under that the mushroom cap the her. Because it's sort of like in the end it is just it's vegetables you know. Plant life so that. There's something extra appealing about that. And and the fact that like there's been research done and like more Psycho Sylvan researches coming through you like coming in that makes me feel way more okay with consuming mushrooms. Yeah as I get older a little more afraid of certain drugs and I'm like fucking with way less drugs. Yes I think. Mushrooms will be in there to take like stranger. I'm not gonNA like do stranger. Danger Candy like now. Yeah I even GonNa fuck with like molly that I don't. I haven't like I am not in a lab setting you know what I mean. I'm not like popping a pill away from home or something no way now. My life alert bracelet on not doing shit fitbit. This thing shocks me every hour to remind me to write and stops my heart of course every once in a while. Well that's used to keep you on your toes. So do you can. Do you see yourself continuing to do. Psychedelics yeah yeah I mean I have What is that about the that drug? You know what I mean like. I don't know what it is but I find like mushrooms and we'd there are a lot of old people who still do them. Yeah and and I don't know why I think that's such a pro in the dash and the pro story for sure because it's like this. This person's adm his life is their life is together. But they're fucking dishonor. They're real center. Yeah I think it makes you feel like it's more okay. It's sustained a sustainable right right. You're like so many examples of people who are success and I think you also see the opposite examples like if any of your friends. Where like into coke or bills or alcohol like in a bad way that it's not sustainable? I know from anything in my family. That alcohol is not sustainable. Can't keep this up for. Oh Yeah Yeah Nelson. I think because it is sustainable. You can do it long term but also it's kind of like I'm just thinking about it now but like good things last or something like that where it's like. If music was bad you wouldn't listen to music your whole life right. Maybe like this Kinda sucks. I don't know if that makes sense but like it's a good thing or it brings a lot of happiness to the people that do it so they wanna keep it around and the right. Yeah I enjoyed. It doesn't destroy them by keeping it around. Yeah Yeah that yeah. That's the two parts to that. I can see what you're saying. Yeah like music is really. If it was bad you WANNA listen to it forever but if it was bad for you you couldn't listen to it forever. Yeah right yeah here. We are just two guys justifying smoking. I find a lot of stuff I do. Lately is well. This is how I'll know that my behavior will be okay for the rest of my life. Look at all these beating smoking weed forever. Yeah all you gotTa do is meet one ex hippie. Who's like seventy five protested the Kent State shootings? I've been smoking weed for fifty years on broken and I'm fine. I do triathlons. Yeah I have a doctorate. Hell Yeah. You're the one person even by Don Not GonNa think about anybody else. None of the burners up. You're my shining example. Stay good stay good for me. Yeah I don't know what it is but it is interesting like maybe it's just a hippie thing where it's like. Whatever that state of mind is that people agree on? It's like yeah they buy it in a way. That's consistent. Yeah I don't WanNa get into the corny weeds here. Jesus layers of puns there. But what I'm saying. I guess what I'm trying to say is like. There's that element of like people. Mocks donors a little bit for like owed like? Oh because it was better when you're on weed and lately and this is again just more old man old stone rationalizing olds donor Justifying but like it's crazy that people were saying that as a negative for so long like. Oh why drugs. Everything is better when you smoke like. Isn't that the goal of drugs? Like doesn't that sound awesome. You get to kick it up all the time bad for like a Mo you talk about when people are like. I did mushrooms that you're like satin setting. I'm I'm trying to be like that for people. Who are. I wish I could smoke weed but I really bug out. I'm like or get to where I'm like. Oh when's the last time you smoke weed two. Am At the end of a party. Like Oh okay. You're getting frustrated. I can barely handle that. Yeah you know what I mean like. I've smoke weed everyday. That's out there. Everyone yeah you can't doing both is difficult. They're not meant I mean they. They go well together until they don't yeah And then you find a lot like you just gotTa let you gotTa go get back on that horse. Yeah I simple as that. I I smoked at this party and it was like crazy and everyone was loud. And it's like okay. I ripped a six foot bong at a party. It's like no no. No here's what back this up taking it out of a ball and listen to some to yeah just hanging out of a ball and sit back and pass on it the next five years. I think the same thing about psychedelics tour. It's like you're GonNa have a thing that's heavy. Try it again because like it will have. You'll you'll get a different version of it and you'll get a experience. Yeah especially speaking to the people were like. Oh I always wanted to but I'm scared. Whatever like you'll you'll survive and you just got to give it a go again. Stay away from the mirrors yet. You'll survive David from your phone. Yeah no phones. No mirrors the lesson you want to do is have to be like framing attacks to a friend who's like your friend is like super stressed about Sunday. And you have to write them back. Your empathy is like two cranked up. Like Oh my God. If I don't get back to Jacob his life might get ruined in that situation not to mention the irreparable damage. I'll do to our relations. I'm over thinking this Jacobs. Should I get awful for us? And I'm like fucking how do I let him? I know right. Tell Him I'll destroy. Yeah you gotta stay away from that. Shit you gotTa if you want you know you can remove potential bad things if you're worried and set yourself up for a really nice groovy time like you. You can go airplane mode. Don't worry about like ordering food preorder the food. Just get some tangerines at the house. Get Bag cuties. That's all you're gonNA WANNA beat me a couple couple of a couple of stems a couple of cats in a bag acute. He's maybe some unsalted almonds. Well that's that's that old man stoner life that I'm into now where I'm like because I'm trying to be slightly healthier too. I'm like posting. I smoke weed and drink. My iced green tea is going to go for a long walk. I'M GONNA get hiring and go to the beach. I'm like trying to because that's the other thing. The two the two fold thing to that old stone. Her life is like they aren't all they're not old post mates ordering stone. You know the high in like building. Their friend's house is some type of people were like. Yeah I worked this very intense job and then I do a very intense workout and then I smoke weed and drink wine and cook fancy food all night long. It's like there's always an element where you're like I. It's easy to Romanticize the oldest owner. Forget that's like that's the guy who rides a bike forty miles a day. Yes like imagine that guy. Not On. We'd he would be like so spun out in like probably way too cranked. He's like cranked enough and he's just trying to be eight days enough time to shut down. Yeah I I commend it ever now. What am I talking about? I recommend doing drugs. No this is where we've come is the only way. And that's how you really Rogan it. Up You gotta take them. Well I I will do mushrooms again and frequently if I can. I mean like I. I'll do like as often as often as I'm allowed is not the right phrase but like you know I feel like once or twice a year forever. Sounds like a pretty good plan. I think it's really good for your mental health. I think it's really good for your like your dopamine. There's a lot of proven things where it's really good for long term. Depression long-term re up twice a year. It's supposed to be really good just for your systems the stuff that the research. That's coming out about not now. We sound like the Joe Rogan The research is coming out about the PSYCHEDELIC effects on anxiety and PTSD. And all that shit and it's just like wow that's pretty fucking while like anecdotally you know like all you know a lot of those people in your life that you've met that are just like yeah. Man He used to be like fucking really tightly wound and stressed about his dad's death and like he got really into shrooms. Now he's like weird chill. Do not like does this. Like I know this girl was fucking Blah Blah Blah. Then she you know just found this founder. And you're like Oh you know about that. Anecdotal you never attach like what that could possibly mean. And then you hear shit like they're using it to treat breaking other addictions. Emt or and Psycho Sullivan Shakes I. Waspa- Shit Yeah. It's nice when you get to like scientific side on it for that reason right which is sort of like. I know I was just complaining about the scientific side of it but that's when I take it for other people to have access to it and convince people that it's a okay. That's what you want. You want these people being like Yemen. Army dudes are coming back feeling. Pretty Okay because we're giving them whatever we can do to help them feel better is people. I borrowed. Yeah well that's that's that's the other thing too is like we'd has been legalized in like twelve states and like like no one is. I'm bored you know. I know I'M BORED OF WE PUSH IT I. It's not no one's life like worse off that's not like yeah owns or being ravaged by pot crazed pirates and shit like that. I think the whole world is going to be like. Oh boy yeah. It's completely fine except for fuck you Mike. Anheuser busch is going to be pissed because they're gonNA be like Well I guess we can't charge a fucking shit done for beer because p gonna take one hit and yet and feel much better. People have just started recreationally taking mushrooms and they realized alcohol's awful for you. They're really in touch with their bodies. Now they don't want to poison them should world where we're just meeting up on Fridays at five pm to drink mushroom tea in a cafe that plays music and shows okay shows cool. She was French French. New Wave documentaries late show goes on. That's fucking it. Sounds Nice Bendy these candidates cafes but a different version of that where it's like it's a micro disc. T- thing and we put in a little Ginseng and some good driving except for that guy on Bluetooth. I can't hear you quite yet at the place. Everyone's like Oh my God and then after that we'll get our opium dens back and that's what I'm really waiting for. I can't wait to do. We gotta you gotTa get a two bedroom apartment association. Budget be set up just pillows on the floor and shit. Yeah and just be fully lean and you know fucking your You could be like the L. A. Comedy scenes like Alfred. Molina like from boogie nights. Oh yeah just like top not open road room where the floor is all pillows like boys come on. I just got out of the shower. You have the towel over your shoulder. Wet Dick Hanging out tripping ridges guys shower. I gotTA show you guys my room. Got The fuck in mushroom rig setup. I can't wait until this whole acting thing dries up and I start selling acid to clientele. You know I'll take out a great fallback plan. Everything's GonNa to be a okay. I'll tell you what even the people who succeed out of our friend group. They always end up turning their hobby into some sort of other monetize things that don't be afraid to be in the guy who's on TV and also sell it as well leave my phone on episode one hundred percent ready to be like a rugby commentator and also do drunk history once a year at that level of actor that I am. Yeah yeah like. I'm ready to do that. And you just see that with people they're like. Oh Yeah fucking George Clooney. More money off Tequila make these the most successful actor we would know the. And he's still his side hustles bigger so yeah never give up. The acid dreams gets legal. Yeah especially sucking. All the good stuff comes out mushrooms. Be The guy with the mushrooms. Yeah that's not a bad idea. And then he got comedians. WanNa get high and they have friends who want to get high. It's a great debate. A good place to start while. I'm telling you probably know the same three people to contact if you mushrooms right like we probably overlap pretty hard. It has to start fucking stealing. Those workers visited your out. We will buy from you talk and then we will we will. We will sell you out. Let's make a Netflix hour. Long drama starring us. That is sort of like it's gross instead of Narcos. Okay I just two guys getting into the Mushroom Business. Like a weird. Not but it's shot like it's a real drug heavy with this mold grades. GotTa steal some shit and it's like who's getting shot over a five grand worth of mushrooms and I can't imagine it hasn't not happen right exactly. There's some there's some drama in that. We're yeah that's a very funny where the biggest guys are. It's like Shit Dude. It's squeezy so I can't wait for you to start writing again and get that on paper all. Yeah well I gotTA quit weeds. Hopefully you right outline one line perfect. Yeah it'll right itself can alright itself at that point to get the fucking black laptop on shrooms dude co written by the rep the reptile woman. She gets a story credit. I'm sorry like she negotiated. She's got she's by. Uta who is this the reptile woman from my fucking trip to told you about this. The the receptionist you remember dude. She wrote the fucking Allen she read. Save the cat. She had it all figured out Speaking of losing our minds. Yeah talk to me a little bit about our new bucket. I host this new podcast on had gone. It's called I don't WanNa talk about fight club anymore. And I attempt and record my attempt of watching Fight Club for seventy two hours straight. So the DOCU series of you. Yes so it's like seven episodes throughout the seventy two hours. I have guests come on. We watched the movie together. We talk about the movie. I do like mental challenges and I have like mental check ins based on like real doctor tests for like leary and stuff and I just kind of follow me lose it along the way and see if I complete the challenge fucking wild. Yeah by the time this episode comes out and you probably already have a few episodes out. It's coming out weekly on Fridays. There's a couple of episodes already out so get on that right now. Because I'm very curious it gets fun man. Did you have a movie with the relation with the movie prior to this now? Truly it was that I wanted to do a podcast and I sent like a few ideas to head. Gum and one of them was this because I thought the title was funny. I don't WanNa talk about fight club anymore and then briefly was like yeah. I'll just watch this movie for a long time. And then they're like. Oh that's the one that we KINDA WANNA do. Yeah it's it's fucking weird one. I liked it I liked fucking jackass level of it self punishment that you're putting yourself different. I didn't want to do a fucking Improv podcast. Maybe I don't want I didn't want to try and like me and my friends be like. Oh I'm knocking on the door. Also you got you got the recording of it all out of the way without your book guests for like one crazy period of your life and then I'm GonNa tell it I had the idea. This might be a fun idea. I was had the idea of renting a cabin and recording. Seventy hours of high mighty and booking guests coming in like rotating. Oh just fucking bugging out for like a non stop recording yes. It'd be a real interesting thing for you as a person that's been on that other side of the energy to keep going right it's depart thing for me was like from like two. Am Til ten am. I was alone in my apartment watching fight club just talking into a microphone. Why didn't record the whole time? I only recorded when the guests were there. Oh Shit so it's not like towards the end I started doing some pretty weird rambling where I was just like. This is going to keep me awake so I was only talking with people. Promo Code Fight Glove absolutely losing your mind but still fucking money. Yeah but I you know I hope people check it out. It's got its you gotta make me feel like it was worth it. Maybe could please back so to be in the show notes for this episode. Just click on the link there but check it out wherever you get podcasts. I don't want to talk about fight club anymore. Jacob Wysocki Jacob. Where can people find you on social media or anything else you WANNA plug? Yeah you can just Twitter instagram at Jacobite Sake you'll be tagged in the tweets of awesomeness episode. Thanks for coming on and I feel like we should have. We should have you back on but in the inbetween then in the next episode. We should do mushrooms together. That'd be great right. Yeah I think that's just player. Do Muslims this Nice Little Beach Day? Nice Little Beach Day. How you know that sounds perfect. Yes dude arrive like three. Pm Eat them and then just fucking crews yes. Faulk yes zone. Let's do it. We'll get another episode in the book. Go to we didn't write to show about selling mushrooms but we started selling mighty. That was a hate down podcast.

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You GotTa stop saying that. You can't tell people you're at your parents wedding. It doesn't sound good. Yeah especially when you're the third brother. Yeah please stop saying that. It's not true you're not at our wedding. Stop saying that so as far as I can tell it's true I met this girl. I thought she was beautiful and I think about her all the time. So what's your story? Who did you meet or see one time that you still think about all the time and there are some stories that are very sweet like this girl she says. I met this mixed British guy who was visiting Charlotte one time at a club. He grabbed my attention because he was super cute. And he was wearing a Turtleneck at the club which I thought was Kinda weird but I went and talked to him when it was time to leave and he had a British accent which I thought he was faking first but then I realized it was genuine and I fell in love. We hooked up. That night woke up. The next morning drank tea like true. Brits he left back home the next day and I still think about him all the time he might be my true love and I'll never know he wasn't British. She went to APP. Explain the turtle. Was You know what I'm GONNA be British tonight? Go with it off is what we it breeds. We have condoms. Explains the old Reagan's naked funny? This is the show. Thank out baby. I was going to do a workout class today. Cinco Playa of what does that plow metrics. I'd jump training. Oh Oh play. We we in the fitness community. College do not a lot of cardio based activity but it's jumping based cardio activity really diametric. Yeah again and if I like to set fires I would celebrate. Cinco de Mayo. One hundred fifty eight years ago. The Mexican Army scored an upset victory over the invading French army. At the battle of Puebla the friend just celebrated his Cinco de Maya sadly the Mexicans to lose that Mexico lost that war. Yeah Yeah even. Though the Mexican held off the French that they didn't win the war about a year later the fringe successfully occupied Mexico. City didn't leave until guess who showed up. Usa Kids France back to France. Jack and ran out berets. It's not Mexican. Independence Day in September. It's not a federal holiday in Mexico. It is a voluntary holiday Mexico. I'm not sure what that means. Hey guys if you want to take off tomorrow it's cool. If you don't come on you right. I think if you voluntarily want to get fired. Yeah what that means. It said he don't come to work. Mon- Yana and see what happens. And I'm like for years. I thought it was like a huge celebratory day in Mexico. It's not they barely even notice it everywhere else. It's become this This big celebration day for many people they they celebrate. They have no idea what it even means. Oh It's a Mexican holiday. They don't even know what's going on now. You Know Yeah. It gets huge celebrations in. Us cities with With Large Latino populations. But it's really basically an American celebration tomorrow. It's just a drink holiday so and everybody in America loves Mexican Food Bet that Mexican food is number one on the list of types of food in America that people love Italian is way up there But you know you get fat off of Italian food. Mexican foods healthy is. Yeah you ever seen by Adam Mexican food never but that's one of the things that everybody is ready to get out of house arrest for. They WANNA go sit at a Mexican restaurant here that all the time. Yeah I know I feel the same way I. There's something about like the you doesn't want to travel with but sitting in a Mexican restaurant thought about that a couple of weeks ago. Gosh said I miss that. So Chips and salsa. Did you go to a Mexican restaurant very often? Ridden for the yeah throws me but when you tell somebody they can't do something exactly. Forbidden Fruit. Yeah You See. How would I phrase? You would eat out a lot but not eat at a restaurant like you get to go back and take it back to your place or have it delivered a lot. But there's something about the experience of being in a Mexican restaurant with the chips and salsa. It's got to be hot. Yeah they're not gonNA say hot bags or when they hand you the takeout point how back. Fajitas traveling through the restaurant to some other table. It is it's a whole feeling old vibe. That goes with it I miss it makes a restaurant is a good Mexican restaurant. You don't let me walk into a Mexican restaurant where it's a bunch of white people work in I'm ago this can't be good. It's a concept I wouldn't walk into a Cajun restaurant and expect a you know an Italian. Well that could actually crossover wouldn't expect a Canadian. We'll wait a minute. Cajun's come from Canada. Yeah but it's not the same so never mind anybody can cook of. Where's your shift from Canada? Okay I'll see you. You go to a Cajun restaurant where the entire staff is from Denver. Yeah there you go. Our chef here is from London. No thank you a flyer that later a Mexican restaurant down the street right now But that's always much choice. It's probably number one number two and number three a month choice they say. Where do you WANNA go to eat? It's Mexican do Tacos and Mexican tacos now rank right underneath Pizza in America. I like pizza tacos. Burgers are all right there in the top three. I think As a what foods people love but I think foods eating out for some reason. I WANNA say pizzas number one tacos very close. Have you heard of that? Oak Dog in California no My friend Leslie. Jordan was explaining that yesterday of on his instagram grilled weenies on a Tortilla with several other things and cheese. And Be. I mean it's just it's phenomenal. Yeah it's just a big sounds like a big pile of meat and cheese but it's basically eating a hot dog in a Tortil- up. Yeah Ray just here. In the studio it looks delicious with Chile and Jesus looks good the Mayton and those are amateur pictures food and is TJ spot. Many times rarely isn't average. Somebody already ate. It usually an amateur. He lives in vacation towns. You know they have their local channel. That's all about advertising showing you what restaurants are around a little beach down. Then they'll show you know the seafood platter or whatever it looks like it's been there for you got it in person you'd be like. Oh this looks fantastic. Doesn't photograph well okay? There is a An early two thousands legend with a new single out this week. And there's really only one thing you're supposed to do in a COUPLA. We'll see if it makes you do it a second more. English is audio flesh there's more. Act When you look at your current bathroom do you know that? It needs immediate update. We want you to know about one day. 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Work like your life depends on it because missy Elliott's back with cool off get it get it get as talk about shooting hunting bands going camp. We don't give he go up and down running like a up to I started all in that was is that would thrive finished. I finished tired. I was dancing the whole time. Did it get this part? Is He started losing a little bit. So that's cool off brand new from the Ellen. Check it out. Yeah Semi said. They don't like women rappers. Was it me data and say who was Ono? I like that Missy ELLIOTT SONG. Here we go now. What is that one We've worked at the basketball games like that. John didn't like that much. Just because this could be fun I have no idea what this is. It's just a preview clip for a show called Gary Busey pet judge. I don't know what that means. I don't know how that works the six episode series coming on Amazon Prime. Well he's got a great point there and the sign that says nor stakes allowed that keeps them out now. Dogs no locus allowed. No munchkins allow none. What have you wanted in there and your hotel put the Sun not allowed? I understand your honor but I just want to point out that he never until the hotel saying that he was going to be bringing snakes with him and all those other pet owners stayed ahead of time it was a surprise and there was over thirty snakes in that box. It was a lot a lot of snakes. Roz Search feel great. John is it real. Yeah it's a six part series coming on Amazon prime it's not it's not like a scripted. Show it looks like it's it's the People's Court so to speak Judge Judy about all of them. Have Animals in pats but he he's not a judge the attorney or nothing else. That's crazy out of his mind. Gary Busey pet judge. I guess he doesn't need to be a judge. You don't have to be a judge a Mary. You don't have to be an attorney to be on the Supreme Court. I don't think so. I don't think you did so in Garib. Uc ought to be able to judge. You know pet suits yeah. Yesterday we were all talking about The the the dangerous insect was the killer. Hornets Murder Horn Earner Hornet so coyote peterson the youtube an animal planet personality. This is the guy who invite some of the world's most dangerous insects to bite him offered some revealing information about the murder. Hornets story that blew up over the weekend. He's been bitten by nearly every dangerous insect out there and wanted to clear the air yesterday about the Asian Murder Hornets. They are necessarily here right. We have confirmed one single Hornet. They keep in mind is also dead at this point. So that doesn't mean that there's it's out spreading now demolished in the position working to be doing an extensive amount of research and if there is a colony that is somehow created a strong wall it will likely be routed so the odds of these Hornets Breeding and spreading across. The United States is very unlikely to happen at this point. The only people that we need to be concerned our beekeepers because the European honeybees that we have here in the United States. Do not have a defense system against giant Hornets. That would be the concern but again. I think it's very unlikely that these are going to spread or that there's actually a colony of them out there that has successfully bred taking up a stronghold so good apparently according to him murder. Horn not a problem yet. Nothing concerned about as of now. But it's just like you know any other Europeans. Those bees need us to protect them. They don't have their own protective system. America to the Rescue Anti Jay. Okay there are people who are making lists and and putting in requests of how their jobs should change after the The teen is over and everything some changes they would like to see at their workplace. We will give you that list and go ahead and get your helmet and bubble. 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Tj just the ridiculous that about hidden halfway through every time I have messed up my voice for the day being stupid this morning I am a music cranked up loudly and I was. I was trying to perfect. The the Jeffrey Osborne breathy growl sound that he does through some of the words that he thinks he's an old school are embracing and they're the first line and one of his uncles who is and I've been looking. Who been down rule time but through and when you got the music so loud. You can't really hurt yourself and you're trying to sang over. Always hands to do that. You tend to think you sent man. I'm a pretty good great. But I'm good yourself at Addi. Oh hello even working out or something and singing along with earbud did realize how loudly you're thinking. I caught myself there the morning. Ride the little bike and I think the little room by myself. I mean they're singing my heart out and then realize oh wait. Is that out loud. Oh my God I bet there are people that can hear me right doing that because I know it doesn't sound good singing at the top of my lungs. Yeah I'm pretty good. I'm pretty good at that because people tell me I'm good at it. If you can't hear your voice you're seeing is going to be terrible if you don't know what you're seeing okay. So they've done a survey. This new survey asked People they call them workers the story. But I don't use that term in America because we don't have workers we have employees They'd like to see these changes. Once the businesses open again. I get to go back to the office. they would like to see The business require employees to wear masks. I think it would be great for them to wear masks. Everybody were mask I'd also like them to stagger work schedules to make their little little more. Convenient for us and Fewer in person meetings have determined that. I would like that now. If you were in person meetings I'd like for them to clean better as number two on my list and a number one I would like for them to Allow more frequent working from home. Okay so you can't sometimes you can. That's the way it goes man. And then these people I mean requiring everybody to wear a mask at work. I really don't think we're going to get to hopefully not I'm turning more and more into the The old guy from the war that looks around at the the way. The culture is now back in my day. Ellie mass we add. We're the ones we use at Halloween and even at that. We ate razor blades. I who knows what it's GonNa be like afterwards. I I do think they have. I mean I've seen a lot of things through the years that shows. These companies have more flexible schedules or whatever they allow people to kind of be more flexible. That they they tend to have increased productivity when that happens however that's not always available. That's not always depends on the job. Some jobs don't work that way. You know what I mean. Work that way. I would think maybe you could could say to them. Aren't well if you want Fewer in-person meetings and you'd like to work from home more frequently. That's fine but We're going to take this much away from your salary is part of why we pay us to be here. You're not here you know. Then would you take the salary deduction something like that? Now once I start working from a home studio at the beach or something. That's not going to apply okay. Because I've been here. I looked at some point you earn. Your spot is good. I drove pleaded as I'm working from home in Tj I'm dying to hear the whole story of Riggins Dad's just complete and total Wonderful journey that he went on and Riggins had to help him through it. It's so surprising. I read it this morning then to come in and ask Reagan really. That's like that's exactly what happened art. It'll be funny. Yeah no next to hear the BEST THIRTY MINUTES OF TODAY'S AC. 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We've talked about relationships that have been strained because of the queue teen in the lockdown in the house arrest you know being locked away without due process and the whole thing but we got to focus on a relationship that we haven't even talked about yet. That's probably in a bad way. Not Your Wife Not your husband. Not Your Significant other somebody else very important to you that there may be some quarantine hail going on. Oh my name Riggins. My Dad is in his early sixties And he's pretty with it. He's not like going nuts or anything. He's still pretty together. He hangs out with young people and his industry He spry. He's spry absolutely Yesterday I was talking to him and just ask him how he was feeling. Make sure him and my mom. We're all right. We were talking about mothers day this weekend and He's back at work. They opened backup yesterday so he had to go into work But he was on his way home so he had a lot of time to kill. So we're talking on the phone forever and then we hang up and then like twenty minutes later. He calls because a my name's Brian. My actual name is Brian Calls. Hey I've got a question you order food and you get a delivered right. Yeah and he goes. Have you ever had popeye's chicken and it was like Yeah I've had it a couple of times an act. Jerry had it a lot but yeah I've added a couple of times. There used to be one over near my old apartment. Okay today. I could not figure out what I wanted to do for lunch. So I went to a Popeye's chicken near my work. Okay let's go then that's how we talk and I got. I went through the drive through and I got a Popeye's chicken sandwich and let me tell you. It was absolutely fabulous. Be It was fabulous. I go oh yeah no. I added about a month ago after the whole craze died down what it was a it was the popeye's chicken sandwich was like a big deal when it came out last year and people were lined up. Silence was in the news like it was on regular news chicken sandwich. They called it the chicken sandwich. Wars of twenty nine thousand because it was play and do not see that. Why is it and I'm like trying to explain? I was like actually had to call police into to manage the traffic for the drive thru lines because it was getting so crazy. What the Popeye's chicken sandwich? It's like. Yeah I know it sounds crazy and then I realized like having to explain how an Internet thing works. See somebody in their sixties. That doesn't use the Internet like I do. It's very difficult. I I was just saying I don't know it was like a thing. It was like a big thing her. I'm prompts you. It was on the news. They talk it was like a pop culture moment. What I love Pat Fabulous. He thinks he's discovered something. Yeah I gotTa tell be about this thing about this chicken sandwich. He can't fathom that the whole world has already known about it. Yes except for help. And he didn't understand because it's a chicken sandwich to him. It's just that fast food chicken didn't understand like the hype behind it so was like yes. I've had it well. Thank you for having me. I appreciate it. I love you but it so that that would be a perfect one of my dear papa moments where. I say that I'm my grandfather who died You know in the early nineties if I could sit down and write him a letter of what's going on now they dear pappa there are people lining up and fighting in the police riot patrol over a chicken sandwich. Popeye's what what is your spouse. Explain that coming up on now. Trading with ribbons major celebrities in and out of Rehab plus. Something new happened yesterday. That had everybody talking and it was the top turning topic yesterday. Details are now turning in less than ten minutes. What's the easiest way to get all our podcast giving? Tj SHOW OUT THE TJ. Show more show and all our cast. Podcasts are on our APP available each weekday after twelve news. Stay connected funny on the act. J. APP available at I tunes in the news put it is what's trending down trending with regards me as it's official the Joe Exotic TV series will be launching with Nicholas Cage starring as Joe Exotic. They said that this is Nicholas. Cage is first. Tv thing as he's a feature film star and There several different movies and and made for TV movies. All that kind of stuff being made about Joe Exotic and Carol Baskin but they said Nicholas Cage is not joe exotics to play him because in the in the feature film Joe Exotic says he only wants to people to play him. One will be the Brad Pitt. Course the other David Spade they said okay. The thing is that he doesn't call him David spade because Joe dirt alert Joe dirt to play me yesterday afternoon. I looked at twitter. And Danny McBride was trending the actor famous for among other roles most famous in my heart of hearts as Katie powers from eastbound. Hbo Series and I was like why is dating McBride Training and I thought something bad happened. And that's how I learned. Nicholas Cage had gotten the spot. Because everybody was saying. How can you it like? It's Danny McBride. Kenny powers is Joe Exotic. It's the same guy all he'd have to do is lose a few pounds. They had all these pictures of him. You Know Kenny power. Danny McBride already has a tiger shirts and it showed different shirts that he wore as powers in the HBO series about it down at Tiger faces tiger print cheetah shirt that others awesome. I really WanNa know who should play him. In a feature film I think is Matthew mcconaughey. Matthew mcconaughey can take on different. Looks he can. I mean he's a rich people. Don't give him enough. Credit for being a super actor is great I but he may watch Dallas buyers club. I mean come on. I think. Put that blond mullet on him and he grows. I mean he could do it so well telling you. Yeah and Nicholas Cage. He'd good actor. I think he's over actor myself me ever seen him in con air and I think that's what broke me on Nicholas Cage because he did such a terrible fake accent. Yeah a fake southern accent. You know I'm I don't tolerate that. Y- I'M NOT A. I'm not a huge Nicholas Cage. Fan either the yeah. He just doesn't seem but he kind of looks. The part people have photoshop the mullet on him and it looks just like Joe Exotic. So we'll see it's I think it's going to air on. Cbs streaming service which is called CBS. All access I think so. We'll see how this pans out. It's a mess Today's Cinco de Maya the top trending topic this morning. Have you de Maya? I don't know how Cinco de Mayo celebrations will be affected. Considering a lot of places are still in quarantine unlocked and you can't go to a Mexican restaurant and have a beer or Margarita. We have family in town. My family's here so tonight We're having a man is making or making Margaritas and then ordered that Dinner thing from Taco Bill. That's a canary is. You can go pick it up. I got like seven people. That'll be eating whatever. Just pick it up done. See you later multi bell over say I have to worry about making a bunch of tacos or much math. It'd probably be okay McCain say for people to do this because I'm responsible broadcaster but but if it were me maybe you know trying to get a bunch of people together for Party and if they try to shut me down screaming racism. You don't want me you don't want me celebrate. Cinco to my house it racism because your Y and I'm white the company because you don't want to celebrate the Brown Man's holiday that's why snail. Yeah Olay I don't you on delay on. Outta here and let us finish our traditional authentic. Cinco de Mayo Celebration we pay tribute to Mexico gaining its independence from France and just because I mentioned earlier. Scott Disconnect da Scott disick star of keeping up with the KARDASHIANS has officially left a Colorado Rehab facility and now he's planning on suing the Rehab Facility because they leaked a picture of him being there which violates all kinds of laws. And stuff like yeah. Yeah can't blame him for that. Get really blame them. So all things are now trending question Rehab for the rumor. We for substance abuse flew out of nate. Yeah his lawyer says it was to deal with the traumatic loss of his parents a few years ago. Okay so yeah. He said he didn't have drugs. Alcohol problem that's what he said Then again I told him I was the the cleanup hitter for the braves. The other day. I don't know what those two things have in common. I'm just saying just talking proved me wrong talking. All right we We are going to try to save a Q. Teen relationship we've talked about Married couples having Cotin Hill. Having to be stuck together. All the time Boyfriends girlfriends boyfriends boyfriends girlfriends all types of relationships except I think the one that we need to focus on today. We'll do it next get interactive when as a TV show social media platforms easily found on the ace and TJ. Stay connected funny on the Act. J available at itunes and Google play or TJ TJ. Show presents a moment with Ta been wearing all elastic workout. Shorts or have drawstring shorts. I have a draw a rope shorts because I'm so fat acing. Tj Everybody's talking about putting on a Hazmat looking suit to be able to go to a concert and all that If people are scared they're going to get sick. Mount they wear the outfit and then other people who who are worried about it. Not You know the The Americans you know the True Grit Americans who kicked cove it right and it's like I did. This new ideas says they would when you went to the to the to the arena. Or whatever venue you're going to it's a waste up kind of thing comes out. Covers your head your hands arms But it hasn't been elation and you can also Mute other people around you or something. I don't know there's telecoms out there's communication system and how that works but and they also At will call. We'll powder your bottom for you. Of course I think they do that at all concerts. Now the bottom powering both ankles in one hand powder done We have talked about you. Know this this quarantine lock down house arrest. Hell Hounds on our trail. All of that stuff has been going on for ways. Well over a month now for most places have been completely on house arrest seven weeks the and we've talked about Husband's getting on the wives and vice versa. And you know the the boyfriend you and your little boyfriend getting on each other's nerves or who's going to be breaking up right after the Q. Team we've covered all of those but I don't think we have really delved into you know Isla Daca feel the roommate from hell in the que- in the teen. Oh people who are just roommates. The Q. Teen Roommate from Hail. And you're just stuck there because people aren't renting and it's not a time to go start you know looking to move this what we've established with all the other Dating couples that are ready to stop shacking up as soon as the teen is lifted. But can you imagine if you're in a year just bickering with your roommate day after day? And you're stuck there and the only time you can get any Any type of privacy is to just go for a walk. Because that's all the that's all the iron fisted government will let you do the grocery store go for a walk and you might have gotten along just fine before things could have been great but after seven weeks now of spending all day and all night the place with nobody else coming over just the two of you hanging out is beginning to get to be a little bit too much exactly and And it depends on what state you live in with your governor. We live in North Carolina. And our governor's name is Roy The Red Aka Red Roy as of now those are his new names and I mean he's totalitarian authoritarian iron-fisted tyrant. You can't go outside. You stay in with your crazy roommate. Who's sabotaging you? Yes stay there. Stare she stares at you and I read Roy get laughs out of it off so sas you have a roommate. Her name is Being called Brooke Right. Yeah and during your little hiatus of sickness in making sure. You didn't have the coronas. Did she stay there with you during all that or does she go somewhere else? She stayed at her boyfriend's house. Oh convenient yeah from me kind of sequestered together then. Yeah and he's working from home so he's not having to leave house working it at home. That's we so she's been there ever. Since you got the first round of sickness. She she left. She's been to the House a few times But like maybe once or twice a week she stays with me so we don't really have time to even have conflicts. We never really argue. Thank goodness okay. So is that better for you than regular situation. Where she there when she was there. Quarantine to begin with and she was working from home. Yeah I like this better. I really do if anyone's an issue. It's probably me because I've become more of a neat freak than any body else. I know because I'm home so much and I'm cleaning nonstop so If I had a say one negative thing about myself one of my biggest fault is I'm just to clean. I am coming annoying. I'm to clean and I'm to punctual. So who's got the horror stories? The roommate from hell the Q. Teen edition where your teen is not stoked. It's not good at all and you can't wait for those Iron bars to swing open and you run for freedom to get away from that crazy roommate. One triple eight forty as TJ or D. M. S. on the social media's this could get very very messy with all the T- spilling oh we'll find out next out the new as TJ dot com now available as mobile version through the ACE and TJ. Stay connected funny on the ace and TJ APP available at I tunes and Google play more. Act TJ this is the as TJ show Alexa Siri K. Google. We're voice ready on all devices. Just say play as TJ. Here our shows live or on-demand stay connected funny on the act. J. APP available at I tunes in Google play. We're so it's bad enough. Could be cute tnd with someone that you are bound by law and the Lord to be with meaning your spouse but it's just a roommate in your quarantined together on House Arrest. Getting on each other's nerves has to be miserable. And you just watching looking at every press conference that you governor comes out and says how we're going to extend it another eight days. We're going to extend this like. Oh I got to get away from this psycho that I'm rooming with here. I gotta get a new place So your roommate from hell during the teen. This lady says my boyfriend's best friend and his girlfriend moved in back in February. Her definition of cleaning is throwing dishes in the sink in the morning. Not Checking the dishwasher to see if she can load it. They haven't volunteered to mop or vacuum since they moved in my boyfriend. And I worked full time. And I'm a Grad student. His best friend doesn't work and she works part time and they moved into your place and they're doing a lot less but they moved in before the house arrest started right. February. Yeah But say they had to move in because he lost his job and they needed a place to stay in February then they got put under house arrest without due process. He can go look for a job. That's true but the flip side of that is if he is being allowed to live there. If the couple is living there rent free because he did lose his job. Then you go above and beyond. Hey you let us live here rent free. Y'All were we'll take care of their. It'd be doing all the cleaning and all the cooking and all that kind of stuff to help out around there of course But what if they can't cook? You gotta be all right well. Hey go go snake the toilet or something and we'll we'll handle the cook and thank you. I appreciate it but there are the chores you could be doing because you can't cook worth and starving here. Let me offer something to this lady. That could be helpful. Because dishes in the sink can be problematic. Allow me to remind y'all we've mentioned it before but many many years ago when Tj. And I were roommates. We came up with a foolproof method of not allowing dishes in the sink to bother you. It's very simple a towel. Just cover the sink where the towel. Suddenly you don't see dishes in the sink. You see a fairly smooth sometimes beautiful flower area because depending on what? What's on the towel you can go? White Tau Brown Thou- Blue Towel. Probably TRY TO GO. Something that matches the The countertop and maybe have some flowers to decorate it up a little bit but once you put the towel over there while La dishes gone in the guy. I'M NOT GONNA lie. There were times when we had put a beach towel over because the politicians so big and this is going to reached out. Would've come over when we do. Cover the dishes come to sync with the towel? Okay Sweet Day Roach very very. That's a true story Yeah we came from meager means wind out just. I can't deal with this again. I don't feel like doing this. Cover it with a towel. Suddenly but everything was a lot better in this case that they haven't volunteered to mapra vacuum. I wonder if they've asked them to even though they shouldn't have to. Yeah but still. I mean it since. It's her Her boyfriend's friend. That's the connection to the couple. The boyfriend say hey dude. Can y'all help out around here. Can you clean since the instead of just all right? I'm home from work. Give me the other controller. You just assume there's going on intervening okay little less gaming a little more clean. Tj We have that The grandkids thing. We need to mention and all that big a part of act days green kids and help out because we really need it right now. All right so we'll give you all the details on that in a few minutes Alexa. Siri Google voice ready on all the vices. Just say play. Tj In here our show live or on demand stay connected funny on the ace and TJ APP available on I tunes into Google Play War Ace and TJ coming coming up on the ace and TJ. Show eight group therapy yes. Shopping may same. There are members of the radio. Family won't our opinion and yours as to their situation so this week's edition of their becoming a bit about thirty minutes on the TV show so for those of you who may not know this is the eighth and Tj show and we have a charity called Act TJ's grandkids and every year we take a chartered plane load of kids. Roughly Twenty twenty-five families we take the children in their entire families. All of the kids between the ages of five and twelve who are terminally ill and or chronically. Disabled we take him on a once in a lifetime. Dream VACATION TO WALT DISNEYWORLD. All expenses paid and it is everything they could ever want private transportation meals souvenirs. Everything and we have done this now. For twenty years. January was our twentieth trip. There is a trip planned for January. Two Thousand Twenty. One got to be honest with you. Look Pretty Sketchy Right now. Because our governor is not going to have any of that in the few months here this was the beginning of a major fundraising time for Ason. Tj grandkid easily. We have lost inaccessible. Fifty thousand dollars due to crossovers. It could be more but that's off the top of my head with a couple of different things that we headlined up. Didn't come to pass actually one of the events if we can't reschedule the it would put us over. One hundred thousand dollars would have lost this year. Thank you Roy. So here's what we have Trying to have some fun. Provide you with some funds that are saying hey help us and send US money for Ason. Grandkids today was scheduled to be and I guess technically it's still is giving Tuesday which is a major day of giving all over America. A lot of charities are involved in giving Tuesday. It's a big deal but obviously things are a little different today so instead of what we were going to do for giving Tuesday we have lost something very special eysenck. Tj's virtual run for fun. The actual run takes place on May twenty third. But here's how it works. It is literally a virtual run walk ride however you WANNA do it to benefit ace and TJ's grandkids Reagan's has posted a link on all of our social media. Facebook twitter is at the TJ show facebook as the as and Tj show or you can always go to ACE TJ DOT COM and. Get the details. Here's what you do. You choose your distance one mile five miles ten miles. You can walk it. Run it right at all. We ask you you stay six feet apart from wherever you're with you can walk it like you talk it. You go to go to the link when you're on the link you registered below it's a fifteen dollar tax deductible donation because we are unofficial five. Oh One C. Three charity and all of the money goes directly to benefit ace and TJ's grandkids. Then you can select from our grandkids and run walk ride whatever in one of our grandkids. Honor Pick one. You may know one you like with. It LOOKS COOL AT RANDOM. However you want to do it and then on. May Twenty Third. You can also add somebody special. You will get a race bib to print out with your official number. Grandkids virtual run for fun. The whole thing and then on May twenty third. You pick your starting line and you run walk ride whatever the distance and then enter your time and the top. 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3 Fundamental Marketing Secrets

Accelerate Your Business Growth

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3 Fundamental Marketing Secrets

"The every year compliance regulations change thousands of times and every year. Adp makes thousands of seamless platform updates so businesses can focus on everything else. Like running their business grow stronger with adp hr talent time and payroll the welcome to accelerate your business growth with your host. Diane helbig diana's a leading small business development and leadership coach author and speaker who is passionate about sharing valuable ideas tips and techniques with business professionals worldwide. Diane brings you the world's experts and gurus in all things business whether it's sales structure social media planning or plateauing guests bring their expertise and energy to each episode. When growing your business is your focus. Accelerate your business. Growth is the show to listen to got a topic or guests suggestion. Let diane no. The goal is to make sure you have the information. You need to move your business forward. Thanks for joining us. Settle in and enjoy everybody. Thanks so much for joining me. Today's podcast is sponsored by audible dot com. And i am imagining that you know that audible dot com has audio books. But you might not know about the other content so head on over to audible. Trial dot com slash business growth. Sign up for a free trial and check it out for yourself. Accelerate your business growth podcast at continues to enjoy inclusion on list of the best podcast. Listen to and at this is because of the gas. These are folks who have expertise in particular areas of business and they join me for a conversation where they share that expertise with all of us. Today is no exception my guest today. Is tim fitzpatrick. Tim is an entrepreneur with expertise in marketing and business growth he has over twenty years of entrepreneurial experience with a passion for developing and growing businesses that passion served him well in operating and managing a wholesale distribution company he co owned for nine years before being acquired in two thousand five he started reality marketing in two thousand thirteen and has been helping service businesses. Simplify marketing so they can grow with less stress. Thanks so much for joining me today. Tim happy to be here. Dianne great to have you here. So and and i love this idea of marketing at so they can grow with less stress because of just talking to someone before this podcast. Who's in a service business who we were talking about. Like social media marketing and i had said to her I don't think she should do it herself. I think she should hire someone to do it. Because it's just not where she should be spending our time and and the stress that it causes is just not worth it so there are many things in our business that are not the highest and best use of our time right right right exactly and that would be one of them. That's right so okay. So i wanna start like just the fundamentals. What are the fundamentals market to me. There's there's three fundamentals. I call them. The marketing strategy trilogy. The first is your target market. You know so who. Who are you gonna serve. And how are you going to serve. Those people's you know in really understanding who your ideal clients are second is your messaging. So what you say how you say you know the value how you communicate. The value provide to your target market is critical and the third aspect of it. Is you have to have a plan of how you're going to get that message in front of those people. Those three things lay the foundation for you to build the rest of your marketing house from and if you skip them. You're you're building a house without a foundation which is not a good thing so you have to have all three. You have to have them. Yeah okay all right well. Let's start with target market. How does someone go about defining their target market the so the easiest place for for most businesses to start in when you start here. I'm assuming that you've been in business for a while. You have passed customers. You have current customers that you're working with the easiest place to start is to ask yourself three questions. The first question is who do you enjoy working with. Why in the world would we want to start a business and work with people that we don't enjoy working with every day is just going to make our life miserable. So it's that's the most logical place to start the second question is who are your most profitable clients. If we're going to stay in business we need to be profitable you know and frankly for working with clients that aren't profitable. Were not only. Are we doing ourselves a disservice. We're doing nemo disservice because we're not going to be around long enough to continue to serve them so we gotta work with people that are profitable and the third question is who do we do. Our best work for if we work with people over and over again that we do great work for. We know what results were going to get for them. What's going to happen. They're gonna wanna continue to work with us. They're gonna you know they may continue to do business. What you do repeat business up. So they'll refer you so if you can answer pod group of customers that you can answer positively to all three of those questions that is the group where you start to look for your ideal clients and most businesses have one two three ideal client types. I don't recommend having more than that because it's just going to dilute your focus it that doesn't mean that those are the only people that you're going to do business with it just means those are the only people you're gonna spend time and effort to attract and focus your marketing efforts on in. So when you've got this group of people you can start to. Then look at and dig into the demographics the numbers you know. Do they live in certain areas. Do they have certain jobs. You know the numbers are going to depend on whether your business to business or business to consumer. But you can start to look at some of those demographics and then you can also look at the psycho graphics which i think are equally if not more important than the demographics which is how are they feeling. What attitude do they have. Road blocks common problems that they have. What results are they looking for. And when you look at that group and you look at the demographics the psycho graphics what inevitably happens is one two three subgroups of come to the surface. Those your ideal client types. That's so interesting okay. i. I think that is fascinating. I'm so interested in in the suburbs. So if i'm understanding what you're really doing is really drilling down to who re who you really want to be working. Yes really is gonna value. What you're doing really needs what you're doing right. Yup okay. you're the one two three subgroups to come out of that main group. You know every single one of those ideal client types are people that you like working with that are profitable that you do great work for once you have those groups now you can start to dig into where the heck are these people. How do i find them but you can't. You can't determine how to find people to you hone in on who you're actually trying to attract right. So that's why it's so important to really hone in narrow in on. There's a lot of people it's like. Hey we work with entrepreneurs. Well i mean that's great but it's really broad and it becomes really to hold on. Okay well if i'm owning attract entrepreneurs where the heck do i need to be but if i know that one of my ideal client types is chiropractors k. Let's just take our proctor. For example then i can start to go. K one of my ideal client types chiropractors. Where are they like. What associations do they belong to. What groups do they follow belong to on facebook or linked in what forums do they. Where do they go to get information. Are there chiropractic magazines publications that they follow our their podcast or chiropractic. Podcasters that they follow influencers rate. You start going down that list and you can. I mean for training that. I did a while back. I did a us chiropractors. And as an example and before the workshop i did i spent maybe fifteen twenty minutes online searching and i came up with a list of fifteen to twenty different places where chiropractors may be and thousand twenty minutes. Okay i mean if i actually spent some time i could come up with an infinite list of places where i could attract chiropractors now with that list. I'm now prepared. Because i know where i need to go to get in front of those people Okay okay this makes so much sense to me so okay now what you start you alluded to this. But i really want to ask you this question. Sure have you say something about it again. What do you say to the person who says okay but really every chiropractor is a good prospect for me. Great questions sue. Were digging a little bit deeper into this because not every chiropractor is going to be an ideal client for you. That's where the psycho graphics i think. Really start to come into play. Certainly some of the demographics. So maybe you're you do great work for chiropractors that have multiple chiropractors in the practice rate. They're and they're doing at least whatever a million dollars a year for example. Those certainly are some demographics but the psycho graphics really. I mean look if let's just take marketing as example. I'm trying to attract chiropractors. I can't help people that don't value marketing. You know or see the need for marketing so not every chiropractor views. Marketing is as critical for that. Maybe there are one hundred percent referral in. They're happy doing that. Whoa great i can't help you. So you know they have to fall into some of those parameters where it's like. Hey they how they a desire to grow their business. They have the money to invest in that so that we can help them grow their business each month. Those are some of the graphics that come into play where you can sit and really help you. In the sales process to determine is this business perspective chiropractic client actually a good fit for me or not. That's great that thank you so much for that. I think xactly what people need to hear that. That's terrific so i'm gonna take a quick sponsor break and then i drove it. Hit some of these other points at the accelerate. Your business growth. Podcast is happy to be sponsored by audible dot com and you can get a free trial so you can check out all the audio content on your own if you go to audible trial dot com slash business growth. Get that free trial and then go exploring. Check out the audible. Originals in the guided meditations the podcast the news and the thousands while titles that are there It's really awesome For me one of the coolest things is that. I can get all of that in one place so i don't have to have jumped from one platform to another so. Check it out for yourself. I think you're going to enjoy it. And i think you will find other things about it that you value today. We're speaking with patrick about marketing strategies and about the fundamentals of marketing. Sout tem before we took the break we were talking about you know ideal client. How'd you find out where they are. And you know really drilling down so now. Let's talk about messaging. Yes okay so how does someone create a clear engaging message that is directed toward their ideal client and you know therefore will be productive for their so. The first thing that think's important keep in mind when we think about messaging is our goal here is to really enter the conversation that the prospects having in their own mind so when they when they read your message diane we. We've really want them to be thinking. Oh my god was was die in like in that meeting that we had last week where we to where we were talking about this exact thing or was she a fly on the wall when i was thinking about this last night. I mean when you get to that point you've got you've got them because they're like diane gets me. She knows exactly what my problem is. She was exactly how to solve it. Yes those benefits that she's talking about. That's exactly what i want. So that's what that's our end goal here the but we can't start our messaging until we i know that target market right and so once we know that target market then we can start to look at our messaging and we use a storytelling framework for this and all go into why but I did not invent this. We follow a framework from a company called story brand if you're familiar with them. It's just when it was introduced to me. It just made sense it. It just really clicked with me and click with clients because it's based on a common storytelling framework. So let's dig into this real quick when you think about most stories there is a character or a hero right and they have a problem. They have this problem. They don't know how to solve it and they meet a guide. Will that guide knows exactly how solve the heroes problem because they used to be in the hero shoes and so the guide gives the hero plan that caused them to action so that they hopefully avoid failure and they reach success. So let's i'm gonna give you an example from a movie. Point break is one of my favorite movies. Don't don't don't fault me. Are you familiar with the movie. I am so for those that aren't right. Point break the original keanu reeves is green. Fbi agent and the problem is there is a band of bank robbers in southern california called the ex presidents and they're out hitting banks. Well the guide in the stories. Gary busey who has his season fbi partner and he gives coney places. Look i believe that the ex president or surfers so you need to learn how to surf and get into this community and when you do. I think you're gonna end up meeting him and things are going to go. Well right so the call to action is you gotta learn how to surf. He goes to learn how to surf. You needs them and what happens. They avoid failure. Which is the ex-president's get away and they reach success. Which is the catch him. So what we do here is we take that same concept and we apply it to your business by inviting your customer into a story where they're the hero and your company's the guide so many businesses make the mistake of positioning themselves as the hero. Customers are not looking for a hero our customers are looking for a guy that can help them get from where they are to where they want to be a guide. That knows exactly how to solve the problem that they have guides have authority credibility and empathy. Heroes if you think about it a very weak characters. They're lost. They have no idea what the heck to do you know. They've got this problem and they're like what the hell am i gonna do. Will they meet the guide and the guy says. I know exactly what you need to do. You need to do. Xyz so we wanna position. Your business is the guide in your customer as the hero. And when you do that you end up you won you start to create messaging that is clear and engaging because you're using this framework over and over again you're not reinventing the wheel every time you need to create a social post or a workshop Announcement an ad you go back to the framework and you pull bits and pieces from that to create the message so many of us get cute and clever with our our marketing message and we inevitably it falls flat because we make people think too much. You know we're short on attention. Are tension fans are so short. The last time. I looked quote a staff that said the attentions average attention span of a human is eight seconds which is less than that of a goldfish. So if somebody lands on the top part of our website. And they've read this message and they have no idea what we do and how they're gonna benefit by working with us and what they need to do to buy it. They're they're moving on. They're gone so we need to err on the side of being clear our message is going to resonate much much better. That's so interesting. I mean. I love clarity and i think this is so connected to really understanding your ideal client because you know the person who i asked you know the imaginary person who says okay every chiropractor is an ideal client you know. Those are the people who have their messaging so broad. That is so vague that no one lands on it. Yup and you really need to win you go through this process. It's what comes out of it. Is that clarity in that clear. Simple message you. Also a lot of the times the the place that we start with with most clients again who have existing past clients right. they know who those ideal clients are. Is we start with doing ideal client interviews and you just talk to them because one of the things that we most of us struggle with. I struggle with this myself is we can't see the forest through the trees in our business we are so invested in so close to it. Sometimes it is so hard for us to articulate that value that we provide and when we sit down we asked the right questions to our ideal clients. They can articulate it perfectly you know and you just read through the information that they've provided you're like oh my god that makes perfect sense. Why didn't i see. Yeah right exactly because you're too close to it exactly. Yeah yeah okay so. Let's talk about the plan that the you know the third fundamental sow how can someone create like a simple marketing plan. Yes so the way. I approach marketing. Plans is ninety. Days sprints our businesses are evolving. Too quickly are if you use a longer term plan. You're just not going to be able to adapt and frankly what happens. Most of the time with a longer term plan a year to three years. You know you end up with this complex fifteen twenty page plan and it's just it's too complicated and complexity is the enemy of results so when something is too complicated is not gonna use it now. So let's just keep it simple and use a ninety day plan that we can wash rinse and repeat so. They're six steps in this plan and by the way all of the stuff. We're talking about your. Your listeners are gonna have free resources for everyone of these things that we're talking about so The marketing plan temporary us six steps. The first step is your target market at the very least i want you to write a paragraph of for each ideal client type. You have no more than three if you at least paragraph for each one of some of the basic demographics and the those psycho graphics having in the plan just helps keep top of mind for who you who you intend to attract. The second step is. What's my goal. What's my goal for the next ninety days in needs to be specific needs to be measurable. It's going to be time bound because this is a ninety day plan. But so for example i may have a goal of intend to bring on five new clients in the next ninety days specific measurable in in almost every case that ninety day goal is going to be that next stepping stone to help me get to one of my longer term goals but we have to have a general idea of what what we intend to accomplish. Your which is why we want to get that goal down the third step. Is your marketing budget in your resources. So budget i mean we all understand. Why do i have five dollars a month to invest in my marketing. Or do i. five thousand from resource's standpoint. What we're looking at his staff you know. Is that your time. Is it somebody else on your staff time and you need to look at capabilities. Just because somebody has your. We're talking about this before it's like just because you have the time to do. Social media doesn't mean that you should be doing it. If if you're no good at it you shouldn't be doing it. So we've got a la- capability and time but what this does is allow. It gives us a good idea of what we have to work with. You know because if if it's just me and i have four hours a week and five hundred dollars a month. I may only be able to bite off so much in my marketing plan. And that's okay. I just don't want to bite off more than i can chew. Yeah so in the four step. We're looking at your current marketing plan and with the current marketing. Plan diane when i bring this up you know i always say look. I understand. A lot of people have a plan. That's okay we just wanna get down in this section where you're starting from k gives us a baseline so it's very it's no different than our. Gps my gps can't tell me to how to get to denver international airport until i tell it i'm starting from highlands ranch or wherever it. Maybe we've got to have that baseline so that we can identify what we need to do to get from where we currently are to where we want to go. So just write down. What you're doing. I look at marketing. Eight main channels so there's the strategy portion of it the fundamentals the target market the messaging. If you don't have that in place you gotta start there. Then you've got your website you have content. You know my blogging. Am i doing podcasts videos. Whatever that may be seo or search engine optimization hoping me show up in search results social email marketing paid ads so google or google ads facebook ads and then offline marketing so networking or joint venture partnerships direct-mail. Our i want you to do in this four step. Just write down what you have done and what you continue to do in those areas and if you're not doing stuff in some of those channels that's okay. You don't have to do something in every marketing channel to be successful. Then the fifth step is. What am i gonna focus on in the next ninety days in each of those channels and like i touched on before. You don't look if you don't have a good handle on your ideal clients and your messaging. You need to start there. Otherwise you're going to waste time and money which are marketing you know and then from there you can start to expand out if you need to do updates on your website and you can expand out from there and what you choose to focus on is really going to depend on you again where you're starting from and what kind of budget and resources you have and then the last thing you're going to look at the metrics what metrics am i going to track to help. Give me an indication of whether the actions i'm taking my plan are actually working or not. I like to encourage people to keep the simple. You know there's so many different vanity. Metrics in marketing. I mean look. I was a math major. I mean i can get lost in the numbers in the analytics but how many visits i have come to my website. How many followers. I have on facebook. How many people might come to me. None of that stuff matters. If you're not generating leads in converting those people to customers. So i would highly recommend that you start simple and track the number of leads and had then how many of those leads turned into customers to start and then you can start to get more advanced to track other additional metrics as you get better and better at this but for most business owners if they can understand how many of these are generating each month. And how many of those convert to clients that is an incredibly powerful number. Yeah no kidding because really that tells it seems to me like that tells you a couple of things. Are you marketing in the right places. Is your message clearly directed at your target Third one which is have you rarely clearly defined your target. Yup will you also know so you know. Let's say for every three clients are for every three leads we get in we convert one to a client so now i know you know my goal was to bring on to new clients. I need to generate six leads. Right what am i going to do to generate those six leads. What tactics and to us. So there's so many people that don't know those numbers and i think it's an easy place to start. Can you start to track more down the road. Yes you can. And if you're doing specific things you know like if i'm doing email marketing maybe i want to look at and track. How many people. I'm adding to my email list and you know what the open rates are. That kind of stuff is important to you. Know help you determine whether some of the things you're doing there are are working but in the end it's like well are these people that i'm emailing and converting leads and then to customers at some point to people track too many things that don't matter and you know that's not going to help anybody so this is so interesting for me because i i have encountered a lot of marketing people who will say you know. It's hard to directly correlate between the marketing that we do and whether you get clients out of it or not that marketing is about Creating awareness but unless your pay dad's when it comes to online That it's tricky. And i feel like what i'm hearing from you. As if you go through the steps you really are directly targeting and focusing on your ideal client that you are going to be able to you know have a correlation between those things key in it can get pretty complicated but the the great thing about digital. Is there so many things we can. We can track a frankly even offline. You can track things you know so let me give you an example. So let's just. Let's just say i'm going to do it. Direct mail campaign so many people put together a direct mail postcard and their phone number and their website is on there. Maybe they have some called action that you know. Visit this link well there. They don't have enough detail in there to really track it. But if i sent out a postcard there's call tracking software out there so i could use call tracking software. Put a very specific number on that campaign and not call tracking software is going to tell me how many phone calls that i got from that particular mailing. I could put on a specific. Url right so we can use what we call utm tracking codes within the url. And so i could use a very specific url and if people and that it's only for that direct mail campaign so that when people click on that you are i can track those metrics. I can track. How many people went there. I can track whether people converted actually took the action that i wanted to. So even with offline elements there. Are there things that you can put in place that are going to help you track the effectiveness of interesting. That's great thank you. I that that is definitely something that people need to now. So am i gotta tell you. I really appreciate the information. I appreciate how clear it is and and specific and and just makes so much sense. Will you you mentioned you know that. There's a a a length that as resources. But will you tell the listeners. How they can find. You can find those resources that kind of thing plays. Yeah absolutely sue the best place to go. I mean if you like what we chatted about and you want more information. Our website is reality. Show marketing dot com. So that's our a lto marketing dot com. The free resources i mentioned are reality. Marketing dot com forward slash accelerate dash your dash business dash growth and there's the messaging framework that we use the the ninety day marketing plan template the customer insights survey questions that i that i touched on there. Some target market resources there. There's all kinds of stuff there that i think will be helpful if your listeners. Try it and they're hit roadblocks and they need some outside is all they need to do is click get a free consultation from that page or anywhere on our website. Frankly and i'll be happy to chat with them and help them get some some clarity and push through those roadblocks. That's terrific. Thank you so much for that and for all this information in listeners. Thank you I think you got an off. You should have got an awful lot about out of this and go to the link you know it's in the show notes Check out those resources railway in. 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My Comedy Life in LA (with Josh Florhaug)

Filter Free Amerika

1:15:40 hr | 1 year ago

My Comedy Life in LA (with Josh Florhaug)

"Hello hello hello filter free. America listeners is how are you doing. Hope you're doing good. Welcome back to the filter free America. PODCAST hey real fast. Before I jump into the Description of this episode that you're about to hear let me Jump Right back to the last episode that we had here on the Field Free America podcast podcast surviving my Sister's suicide not my sister's at the title of the episode if you didn't check it out First off thank you. Thank you so much for the for the huge response at that Particular episode Got Meghan was very very open and Talking about something that was very difficult to talk about regardless But talking to a in a weird recording studio like mine to me Virtual Stranger to her was a very difficult task. I'm sure and I really appreciate for sure. Appreciate her making that effort. And so many of you have to Thank you for the for the mini mini emails And some text messages and such that got a on the subject of The Story of survivor of suicide And I know it's kind of awkward to say survivor of suicide. When you lose a loved one two suicide you become survivor But regardless it definitely has has struck a chord with many of you and I'm glad you guys listen of course but I'm glad also that you were able to take away Something from that episode As a definitely ethylene one of the more powerful episode that we've had here If you come here for for funny episodes it definitely wasn't a lot of humor. No humor at all for the most part and had episode sowed. But I like to tackle everything you know. I like to make you laugh. I like to make inappropriate jokes but I also like talk tackle some of the harder and issues that you're maybe not going to get somewhere else so that's really good One thing I did WANNA point out when with speaking with the guest after the fact When she listened back she she realized she had misspoke on a on a pretty important detail? I just want to clarify there. And she talks about when she Looked at her her sister's phone records to try to see who she had called Previously after her after her suicide she she misspoke and said that she found a sex abuse hotline outline number That she had called and it was actually what you meant to say was sexual assault hotline number. Now it seems maybe a small detail to user. But you gotta think When you say sexual abuse that that may imply that maybe a family member or something had been sexually abusing her sister and that wasn't the case at all If anything there was a she possibly experienced sexual assault that may have contributed to her state of of depression and leading to her suicide but It was an important detail to the guest and I wanted to make sure I got that across you guys as well too because it is a very important detail. I mean. It's definitely something you don't want to imply and on accident. So wasn't a sexual abuse hotline number that her sister had called it was the sexual assault number. So that clears that up if anybody was thinking that in the audience. Nobody message me asking me about that. So maybe you guys Also assumed it was a They just misspoke so that is clarified. But go regardless you haven't listened to episode and you're curious In a healthy way about learning about suicide Definitely check out. That episode is going to give you a very unique perspective From the point of view of Sir Suicide survivor survivor. All right. Let's leave that one alone now because this next episode you're about to hear is a is a fun conversation right a fun conversation. We need that right. We gotta we gotta mix. I'm in right. We gotta have some serious topics we have some. You know some fun topics. We're GONNA be some reverend. We've got to be focused. You know we're GONNA have to have a little bit of everything here in Filter Free America Cup and this one came right on time following up that last episode The guests this episode is is a good friend of mine. Good friend and comedian Josh Floor Hog Josh started comedy right here in the twin cities Then over the last year or so he has made the leap to la the LA comedy. Zena okay So that jumped to the comedy scene is basically the backbone of our conversation but the stories that come from it are are are pretty wild. Okay Louie Anderson is Josh's uncle so of course We share some Louis stories including a little INFO on his upcoming movie. Coming to America to if you've never seen coming to America you're fucking communist and you get the fuck out of the country known to say if you've never seen coming to America what's wrong with you. I I mean question every decision you ever made in life but coming to America to. I think that's the name of it. I looked it up and it says that on on the on the movie magic website thing So I guess they weren't very clever with the name. It's just coming to America too but that's coming in and we talk a little bit about that and the The podcast but the stories don't end with just Louie Anderson related stories. Okay look at it. Listen to this is my my shortlist of crazy. Things we talked about there is a Bob. SAGGY zagged story. Yes that Bob Sag. There's an Andrew dice clay story. Yes that Andrew Dice. Clay's not to be confused with The mini other Andrew. You disclose out there There's also to two different stories about dead bodies go figure right to dead bodies. The Josh actually saw two different stories right not the same body. There's no relations to the deaths at all to stories. And if that's not enough for you there's also a Gary Busey and Dane. Cook Combo story right like both. Those people are in the same story is weird as that fucking sounds. Also Josh's in that story story to. He's the kind of the middleman between boost Gary Museum. Dane Cook if you could picture that Shit. I don't know it's all that in this one episode right so that's GonNa be fun the whole deal there. I will point out Josh is a a Lisp gentlemen and and And we love him for that But me being the Semi pro recording engineer. That I that I am I don't know if I if I maybe set up the microphone right to to deflect some of his lisp because had a lot of Editing magic as it were to try to bring some of that list down. I don't know I think I need to address how to one of my recording instructors but if it sounds a little poppy in there I apologize. It's not it's not super bad cleaned up quite a bit but there's going to be a pure there and You know most of you probably wouldn't probably wouldn't even recognize that if I wouldn't anything but that's just how my fucking retarded brain works Not The disrespectful retarded the I'm just retarded guy retarded So yeah so you Notice that as well to what else I want to say. Oh Yeah let's talk about the sponsor Rufus sponsored the podcast always as simple website dot. US simple website aside dot us one more time simple website dot U. S. Goethe simple website dot. US If you're getting ready to build a squarespace website why why do you need to go there. A few reasons number one. Let's say you're like me and you have no computer skills whatsoever all right go to simple website dot. US tell them what you want right and they would build it for you. 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Please make sure your fucking Giving reviews and star ratings and and whatever it is if it's a thumbs up or maybe you're on some weird porno site and you're you've somehow got a stream to the podcast asking you give like three Dick's up or five six up gives me Dick's up as you can on the porno slash podcast website. That I probably should just invent that shit. I don't know if that even exist this yet or not. But that's my idea. Don't take anything else. I'd sit oh I did. Since Louie Anderson does make a topic appearance in this episode and we do talk about him in a in a sizeable chunk of it. I'm going to use that as an excuse To trigger some fun memories from my childhood and play a very special song in the beginning of the episode. So be ready for that Anything else I think. That's it and we've got everything covered. Make sure you like the filter free America podcast facebook page. Make sure you subscribe And make sure you say your prayers brothers. I don't know don't don't say your prayers because it's useless Unless you think it's good if you if you think it's helpful then then you go right ahead ahead you do you. You do okay This episode needs a title GonNa make it really simple My comedy life and La with Josh Floor Hog House. That does that work is that okay. Everybody who who approves of the title. Say I I okay. There's nobody else in here but some snakes and they don't have arms they can't raise their hand and they don't talk all right. My comedy life in a lay with joss floor hog right here on filter free America. Let's go let me tell you about my family again. Let's take a look and see would have surprise. I decided it could be All right what start by talking about you plotting planning going to La Preparation to get you there. How many years in were you when he said are? It's time to go Taylor. I was six years in. I took about a year off for medical all stuff. So let's say five years of actually doing stand up and I was like it's it's now not now or never but it was like it's redundant Sunday to stay here okay. I've done everything I've ever wanted to in the city. If I'M GONNA try to make a push right now with the time it was just this whole thing that kind of all the stars aligned. I was working the road featuring headlining a little bit but it was like. What am I going to stay here and become headliner? It's dumb not going to get more than ten minutes in La La anyways so just take a solid ten minutes. I have bring it there and tried to go for broke. Will your when you're going through this decision process this lead. This is how I do things. You know PROCON list for this con- that were you worried about where your first fears bringing this decision. Just affording it. Congratulations to Eric says. La Super Expensive. It's not as expensive as people think I mean. It costs a lot of money to live there. Imbaba Blah but stuff pays more. It was. Yeah it was that and then it's the anxiety of especially being an artist like are you worth it. It's like I'm great here but emigrated there and I kind of Dovan without ever visiting. LA's comedy really. I'd never performed there until I moved there. You never went there. Nope just jumped right in ballsy. Yeah you did you ever go to La like on vacation or anything else pre comedy. Yeah when cheerleading we went to nationals there so but it was just like the Disneyland compound and then my grandma lived there. 'cause she worked for nothing gives you a false sense of la like going to Disneyland Kylie. Yeah I'd never been to La. That's very very little heroin and it's a small world it's Disneyland City Right. Go into the Vatican. You're not really in Italy. The verdict. No you didn't even go to Italy. Vatican they're also. I went there when I was fourteen. My grandma lived out there okay. So she lived in Burbank. When swimming swimming at her house went to Louis House and then another false sense ballet so burbank is like the old folks Disneyland? It is irving gets a Lotta chain restaurant so with Woodstock about whatever your finances when you. What was your nut that you took my net with ten grand? I took fifteen eighteen. My fiance brought five grand. So we'd is that why she was your fiance because she had an extra five brand. I paid for most everything everything. Okay if anything. I was her rock so between the both you had twenty thousand dollars twenty thousand dollars and that lasted about three or four months three or four months. Yeah I mean we still have some of that money that money still like. There's a lot of that still in my savings account but I didn't want to go to zero dollars now. You're one of the rare comedians. Who didn't have any kind of drug drug habit or anything to quit drinking? Two years before that I didn't smoke weed until I moved there and then I was like I'm going to try this cause legal love love. It told you tell any fears you have. It's it's cool. People say drugs are cool. They've never tried drugs. Era Super Cool. Wait till you get to cocaine things get really better. I've done cocaine six times since in. La Now. I haven't done cocaine in three years. My liver doesn't process alcohol but actor didn't say I shouldn't do cocaine but I think he implied of the things. You shouldn't do. Yeah Stop Drinking. I'm like socially I started doing cocaine. It's actually in your case may be better on your body than it. I mean it does the process through the liver if it doesn't then. Yeah it's way better for my buddy. Don't get anything it doesn't process deliver. I'm good with my doctor is only worry when I was like. Should I smoke weed for like pain. 'cause I take occasionally and I was like I do. We'd for pain and he's he's like no because then that might make you wanNA drink deep gonNA say I've I've lived drinking what I could use now. Shots no shit. I'm like tacos fuck that. Dr Post Meets McDonald's so did you did you. You already have a place when you went there. We found a place on craigslist a month before we moved okay and then we face time with them and then I started sending them rent. Really they could would've been rob it if I was GONNA say did. Did you worry about being eighty. They worry about them. They're super big nerds adding that a nice way levied DNA or the entertainer nerds. Yes okay she he was a stuntwoman. Now she's going to medical school physical therapist and then he teaches theatrical convert so sword fighting and fake fighting arts college he definitely sounds like a nerd We have enough. We have four hundred hundred guns in our hallway wall. We have like a John Wick style personal like you know in men in black where they pull that wall out for guns for. That's what our hallway looks like NERF guns. They're all packed to the wall and like there's like clip so I'd be opposite of this studio right now. It looks like the studio but like a lot more neon it's like if all your guns were new yacht. I hate him that way and didn't shoot real. I would like to have a nurse after I had done building my real arsenal. I'm GonNa you know some nerve. You could get a NERF arsenal for the price of an air. Fifteen probably air fifteen eighteen hundred bucks good ones. Yeah you by Shitload of nerve nerve runs. They're like fifteen dollars So did you face time with them and then we worried about like personality conflicts conflicts was. NSF going on now. Not with them. Because I am pretty nerdy too so like that was like this weird perfect fix it was like wow and then we live in a three bedroom house and it's just the two couples. The third bedroom is his mind comic bookstore his dinner. Yes books full of inventory and then some three D. printers where he makes stuff stuff all day on this. I want to go live with him. Now he's the best move out so I can move. I know he's off terabyte hard drive. That's backed up through plex that he gives me the access to so I can watch like every anything you just said. That's when you have a lot of movies soaker at the What's the cost of renting a room in that situation? And where where are you at geographic. I'm in Glendale which is right in between North Hollywood and Burbank. So I'm like If we'RE GONNA use Minnesota's an example I'm like Maple White Bear Lake. It's getting to like Hollywood. Hollywood comedy. Everything takes people to half hour. Forty five minutes to get you. How far do you have to walk to get heroin to get heroin? I live in a safe town so heroin. I don't think it's super abundant. Didn't occur in where I live which is kind of unsettling because I kind of want to get into it. It's all supervised dealer. It looks like it's never been bad for anybody buddy. All right I see people audit everybody succeeds. I see what they look like. They're having a good time but any crime at all. I'm not really the closest gang. We have a lot of Armenian. So I think it's like a lot Armenian mob steph. There's a kebab place a block from my house that I've never seen anybody a better chance of dying by Cologne overexposed. Yes I can die from getting hit by a bunch of white. BMW that's where they are all are in my city and they like to also we'll have a lot of entitlement where they park in the middle of the street and just turned their hazards on. Because they think that's how you can do it no every time they're like. Oh that's fine. Did you tell me dollar amount with the dollar for The room is eight fifty a month. Okay eight hundred fifty dollars a month for a bedroom for a bedroom for a bedroom but you get access to the Yanshan in a bathroom and they don't let me use. You gotta go outside with Chris. I'M GONNA master bedroom bathroom. In my bedroom. I can hear my fiance shit. I don't think you're allowed to call it master in California. NOPE my When I sit on the toilet and the white beverage right for a privilege bedroom may my knees touch the wall when I really in the bathroom? It was definitely. It's definitely we put on there like not to code. It has a standup shower. A sink toilet. But it's it's in a real confined thing. Is the House report duplex duplex duplex backyard. Yeah Oh we have your. It's weird side yard and a backyard so we've divided up between the two houses so the backyard is the upstairs people and on the side yard is us. So there's like it's kind of like divided by like a little. SHED SUV cannot split up school. We have a little fire pit did you. You have job when he got there. nope square job. Knockout didn't get one for three three months three three months. Yeah I got a job at trae host tacos. which is Danny trae? Hose Tacos restaurant right away because I got job with Marriott. Oh I mean I got a better job got incoming. They're slap you around or anything. Now I think get to meet Danny Eh really said I work at in Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hills Marriott. I get to meet a ton of celebrities athletes that are big fans of and then I met Brad Pitt to congratulated on him No Story Brad Pitt. With super boring hit a breakfast brereton orange juice just like anyone else just ruined. Just just felt all my illusions. Oh Yeah and our breakfast. Readers aren't great. It's scrambled eggs and like cut up link sausage and then some green peppers did he. Yeah he goes great so it's not better than half my films a bigger McDonald's breakfast Burrito don't say great just had my first McDonalds breakfast per day. Had A bite of Nikki's service. REX predisposed on. I've I've ever had a breakfast brutal ever and I was very disappointed is like mostly Tortilla mccaw threat. Sprays are Ellum What do you you would pay good? Which one can I am a server I serve in the mornings? I can do comedy at night and I make seventeen dollars an hour plus tips nice. That's good and I breakdown. Usually one hundred hundred and fifty dollars today in tips okay. So it's great. That's real good. Yeah if you just doing that you could survive. If I was working super fulltime like I worked thirty hours a week. And that's nice. That's not. Yeah my tips go on my check even with like High California taxes and me paying mm sixty dollars a check for medical insurance and everything bring home like fifteen hundred dollars. Every two weeks is the insurance through the state or is it through Through Marriott tumor okay shut up to Marriott. Thanks for all the help. You're comfortable kandebow missing any my girlfriend's a nanny. She makes crazy money really. Yeah she nanny for somebody famous no-one famous but they work behind the scenes in entertainment in higher jobs. I had dumping at liberty to say what they do but they definitely illuminating the luminosity. They're not they spend a lot of time at home okay. It's really weird like she'll be like the parents were home all day and I'm like why you worked. She's a hung on their room. They'll have to put up their kids one two year old so I get it on Gerald Suck Bratcher girlfriend with you mentioned that just kind of like bring sand of the beach or weren't you thought you were going to be missing out you together. So I'm sure there's a few really skinny real taking my back and shoot them. The people of they're really going uh-huh too thick women. They way you before you get off the plane here still okay but yeah I brought she. She loves helping DMITRY SPENT DREAM. And that's that's something rare to find. I mean you have that you could have a podcast duty now. Wants to quit every single day. Well yeah they all do what they say they support it right. They allowed louder like you. I was GONNA pick our time because she you know she's a a huge country music fan yes and like I know I do entertainment to kind of. Yeah it's the same thing you're the Dirks Bentley of standup comedy totally. I wish list accessible in comedy or your life or good looking. Yeah or half as good looking yes. She's a really small town in Minnesota. So I think she was very into the idea going to La. That was that was kind of a culture shock for her. Because like we've already previously mentioned My uncle mangoes Lee Anderson for the listeners The week we got there it was he was making the push for the emmys because he got nominated for basket or so. He's doing a ton of panels and he wanted wanted us to go with her. So Morgan and me went from being in Minnesota. Like I've worked. I've done some entertainment stuff I've been on. TV A couple times. So I've got to like loosely. Play an entertainment but now we're sitting in Hollywood in a green room for the EMMYS for emi panels just with celebrities. I'll try to make their push for whether TV show deserves to be nominated and win. And I'm just sitting with the comedy central guys from Drunk History Nathan fielder for Nathan for you the broad city girls and the baskets the people from Basket Zach and Martha Louis and we're just drinking lemonade and I'm like what the fuck is la. I'm a week in the living there. I'm not even unpacked packed Greg. I'm sitting with everybody. I watched on TV it just for her. How she was she was just just? Did you guys go home at night and just have to decompress to just do that. She did it the second we left the building. Okay she just went she said what the fuck is my life her. She's like I grew grew up on a horse ranch. And now I just had serious silver me Han Silverman Ham strawberry lemonade because she was already pouring one or because again again in this panel everybody from every network is making a push. It's an all day thing they don't know who me and Morgan are. Then everybody's watching every show to the like they. They probably weren't in the Green Room so they they assume that we're also making a push on over from real life. Oh that's a show. I love that show real life real life. I mean it's on my dvr in some way DVR. I've heard such good things because everybody's just trying to be positive dude. It was explained that now. That's the thing oh in. La like everybody's not against La. Everybody is genuinely nice to everybody because Elyssa fucking crapshoot right. There's no rhyme or reason behind getting famous for SWINTON Y Y everybody has to be nice to each other. Because here's the deal like every network sending instead I mean I only know from the stand up comedy angle. I know people who work in entertainment like behind the scenes like every network has people going out and watching plays watching. Stand up comedy watching all this like not low level entertainment but not super professional entertainment to to see if they can find this next star diamond in the rough so everybody is D- Every network is trying to develop people and trying to find their next that guy. Hi that girl that person and so everybody's nice to everybody who's remotely good at anything because that's how you're gonNA get helped is like uh-huh my friend. Brian is super funny. He just got a show he gets to do some casting for writing in bryner friends. I'm also funny. He's GonNa Bring me along the right in DC. We don't really have anything compared to you. Weren't there before. Yeah but I wonder if that change or if he if maybe. It wasn't like that before I don't know it was it was Louis. Louis got coming to America because he bought Eddy Murphy. A Cup of coffee at the Improv notion that he was getting soda. Edie Edie ordered a coffee editor already been pretty famous by that. Point remind everybody who wasn't born Pre Nine hundred ninety. Oh we did in coming to America. I forget his character's name but he was he was at Google he worked at McDougal's he was working. I believe washing the lettuce right. This job was to wash the produce but he was working on working his way up. McDougal Google's James's line. He was like an extra next week. I'll be on Friday and then I moved to the grill and that's where the money starts coming. You know I started on cleanup just like you guys but now see. I'm washing lettuce soon. Albion fries then the grill a year ear to make assistant manager. And that's where the big bucks start rolling in that he was one of the best characters a little bit parts that what he was one of the best one they are finished filming the sequel at the industry. Well guess really yes. He was in Atlanta for her four days filming the sequel. That's fucking awesome. It is but he. Can you know you can't anything. It'd be known anything I bet. He has his own McDougal's franchise at this point. I don't know I can't tell you that he couldn't tell me that. He said he told me when we hung out we haven't hung out since then because he just did it like three weeks ago. anyways sick he was in town doing pitches. Delaney's Elaine he's like I'm sick and I don't WanNa get you sick because you have to travel all week super-sensitive shorts that because he is getting sick people getting him sick. He's just like I'm sick and if I get you segments you'll bet right right because I think he wants me to get him sick but I don't successful to feel bad for. He's like if you're sick. You shouldn't do the show and I'm like no I need four hundred the do the show with a change. The Microphone GonNa. Yeah it's like Oh whatever T- take nyquil part of your your confidence to go to to La was the fact that you had. Your uncle was Louie. Louie Anderson. I had a lot. I had a lot of help. Yeah I've got to do a lot of cool things in the first year that I don't think I would. I mean I feel that I'm talented. I think I'm a very funny comedian. I don't WanNa like super-hype myself but I get a lot of assets you. Yeah well and I think I've proven that by getting booked back at everywhere. Louise Helping get in in any way. Listen to show who done. I want to take this as Louis. Louis made him a comedian. Louis Me Josh. Josh started Josh worked hard to be a comedian. I didn't tell anybody. Joey Vincent the only one who knew is related to me for six month really. Yeah remember when Joel Roberts booked me to work Louis without knowing Lewis my uncle because you had me emcee for you at the at the wine cellar poker and he didn't know needed you did. No let's do a lot of drugs back then but at a lot more books me to work with Louis. Louis founded stand up is because I got to work with them. Oh you didn't even tell Louis I didn't even tell Louis we until anybody because I didn't feel like Louis. Great uncle is not my regular uncle. I have met him three times before November so I didn't feel that I mattered. It wasn't like you just you just like an easy path. You didn't know what all of us do mind. Seven nights a week two times a day. I I've done thousands of sets and I wasn't like wanted anything given to me so you everybody knows. He was established working comic too. Well here getting paid here Louis. Louis shutout he was like you need to move to La. 'CAUSE LOUIS WITH AMBASSADOR FROM LOUIS has a lot going for him right now. And he's like. I think I could reall